The Sun Joe SPX3000 2030 Max PSI 1.76 GPM 14.5-Amp Electric High Pressure Washer is a great product for cleaning cars, fences, patios, and more. It has a powerful 14.5 amp motor that delivers up to 2030 PSI of pressure for quick cleaning. The washer also has a 1.76 GPM flow rate for efficient cleaning. Plus, the onboard detergent tank provides added convenience. And with its compact design, the washer is easy to store when not in use.
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Key Information Of Snow Joe SPX3000
|Product Dimensions||15.6 x 13.5 x 33.9 inches|
|Product Weight||31 pounds|
|Product Manufacturer||Snow Joe LLC|
|Product Country of Origin||China|
Must Know About Snow Joe SPX3000
The powerful ultra-direct drive sun joe spx3000 pressure washer gets your dirty work completed. Longtime customers advise that this pressure washer is for any need you have in your home, office, RV, car, truck, boat, deck, driveway, patio, lawn equipment, and much more. Packed with power, performance, versatility, and value, it’s our best-selling pressure washer. This electric pressure washer packs a forceful punch with a 1900-watt 14.5-amp motor. The Sun Joe SPX3000 electric pressure washer generates up to 2030 psi of water pressure (at initial discharge per CSA internal pressure testing) and 1.76 gpm (with nozzle open at minimum output pressure) of water flow. Wipe tar, glue, oil, grime, and mildew away through the removal of tar and grease from cement, heavy mildew on concrete, oil stains on steel, caked dirt on equipment, and other stubborn gunk and grime. This powerful electric-spraying pressure washer never fails to impress customers with its powerful performance and accuracy. Wipe tar, glue, oil, grime, and mildew away through the removal of tar and grease from cement, heavy mildew on concrete, oil stains on steel, caked dirt on equipment, and other stubborn gunk and grime. This powerful electric-spraying pressure washer never fails to impress customers with its powerful performance and accuracy. Equipped with a dual detergent tank, the sun joe SPX3000 pressure washer has two onboard, removable detergent tanks for carrying and carrying 2 different types of detergent. Easily switch detergent types with its detergent configuration dial and blast away all types of residues. Equipped with a dual detergent tank, the sun joe SPX3000 pressure washer has two onboard, removable detergent tanks for carrying and carrying 2 different types of detergent. Easily switch detergent types with its detergent configuration dial and blast away all types of residues. This pressure washer lets you customize your cleaning pressure by using the pressure hose and a quick-connect spray nozzle (0 , 15 , 25 , 40 , and soap) to generate various spray configurations. You can transform from a single-point jet with a high-pressure 0 pencil tip to a low-pressure 40 fan spray or dispense a solution of soap and water on your cleaning surface with the soap dispenser to tackle a higher risk of stains.
Top Customer Reviews for Snow Joe SPX3000
JL5043 rated Snow Joe SPX3000 5 out of 5 stars on September 10, 2017 and this is exact feedback provided:
Easy fix for non-working Pumps
If your pressure washer completely stopped working, read this!I had bought this pressure washer just over 2 years ago for one job lasting about 4 hours total. At the time, I put the unit away and forgot about it for 2 years until I needed it this summer. When I took it out and fired it up, the pump ran for about 5 seconds then “died.” I tried for days to get it to work with no luck. I was one week over the 2 year warranty, so I was pretty ticked off I was stuck with this hunk of junk.Then talking with a guy at work he mentioned you’re supposed to use a pump protector lubricant after each time you use the pressure washer. I read up on this a bit, and the leftover water in the unit can cause the pumps internal gaskets to seize up. This might be due to the minerals in the water, I don’t really know. I was considering buying a different unit, then thought I’d take a shot at using the pump protector liquid on my “dead” pressure washer.At Wall Mart I bought “Powerfit 3oz Power Washer Pump Protector” in the tools isle. This $5 liquid brought my pump and pressure washer right back to life!! You actually screw the plastic threads on the bottle into the threaded garden hose inlet on the pressure washer. Then just squeeze the bottle a bit. I didn’t realize if I was doing it right because I couldn’t tell if the liquid was actually going in. About 10 minutes later I connected the hose and the unit worked.Hope this helps some people!Update 5-21-18 – Another easy fix for dead unit :)————————————————————————This week I had an issue with the pump not starting, that the power wash pump protector liquid trick didn’t fix. I tried different outlets thinking it was an electrical issue. It turned out to be an electrical issue within the GFCI plug of the power washer unit (likely from me leaving it outside in the rain a few days last year.) With the unit unplugged, take a phillips screwdriver and take the cover off of the unit’s GFCI plug. With the cover popped off, if you see lots of moisture that’s been trapped in the plug, that will prevent it from running.I bought a replacement plug at my local hardware store. You can find the same replacement plug I used successfully to fix my pressure washer by typing this into the Amazon search bar: “Leviton 16693 15-Amp, 120-Volt, Grounded, Compact Automatic Reset Right Angle GFCI”It’s about a 5 minute job.. Just reconnect the wires to the new GFCI plug (Black wire to gold connector, white to silver) and turn the screws to secure the wires in place. Screw down the “U” shaped stress clamps that come with the new plug, they hold the wire in tightly. Then attach the new cover, and you’re good to go.Update 7-20-20 – Maintenance on quick connect spray nozzles————————————————————————5 years later my Sun Joe washer is still going strong. After your pressure washer has been around a few seasons, it’s possible that the very fine holes in the quick connect spray nozzles will get some corrosion. Any little corrosion can affect the amount of water that can pass through, and I found will often prevent the pump from running and shut the pump off. If your pump turns on and runs with no spray nozzle attached to the wand, but does not work with the nozzle attached that’s a clear sign you need to do some maintenance on your nozzles to reopen the holes in the nozzle.What I did was take a bowl and fill it with Vinegar. I just used vinegar because I had it in the house, there may be other good methods to get rid of the corrosion. I soaked all the nozzles in the bowl for about 3 hours. Then I took a sewing needle and poked around the hole to clear out any corrosion. Soaked them for a couple more hours, and then rinsed them off under some hot water. Then I dried them off and sprayed each nozzle with little olive oil cooking spray to help prevent any more corrosion before storing them. There are lots of corrosion inhibitors on the market I just used something I had around. This method worked well as it opened 3 plugged nozzles for me.Show more +
James D. Smith II rated Snow Joe SPX3000 1 out of 5 stars on May 2, 2020 and this is exact feedback provided:
What is the PROBLEM?
Ever since I was a little boy, going back to my first purchase, probably something like a cap gun for a dollar at my local grocery store, I’ve had experiences; great, good, bad, etc. with products. In my forty years of purchasing things, I have never been so confused, aggravated, annoyed, and downright flummoxed by a product as I have been with this pressure washer.I purchased, via Amazon, almost two years ago. I followed the directions on assembly. I have assembled things before. I think I am not a moron, and yet, it did not work. It did not turn on. So, I read the troubleshooting guide. When a product has a lengthy troubleshooting guide, walk away. I tried a new plug, a different extension cord, reset the GFCI, uttered spiritual incantations, and then, miraculously, it turned on! Then it shut back off. That was the summer of 2018. I never used it. It never worked.Then summer of 2019 dawned. The world was introduced to Forky. “Old Town Road” topped the charts. And me and Joe decided to square off again. I was ready to battle, but unfortunately, he wasn’t up to the challenge. Turn on, kick off, never come back on. At one point in the summer, he did spray for 10 seconds, and by the time I walked over to the house to begin, glorious, he had returned to hibernation.Here we are. 2020. COVID. Time to clean the virus off the shingles. I cleaned the filter. I bought a new hose. I checked multiple faucets. Same. Result. I have given up. I am reminded of that cap gun I bought when I was five. Sure, it broke almost immediately, but at least it gave me a little bit of joy. When I order a pizza and it is wrong, at least I can still eat it. Joe, you broke my heart.Show more +