Date registered: Mar 2009
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Thank you for your reply. The dealer said he thought it was clogged nozzles, and I tried a single thin stiff wire from a wire brush in the openings of the nozzles. The wire went in alomst 1cm, and I moved it in and out in hopes of scrubing the interior of the nozzles. The wire might have been too thin, it was much smaller than the diameter of the openings. There was no change after using the wire.
One of the nozzle units squirts feebly and the other has good flow, but comes flowing out from somewhere in the nozzle unit, but not through the nozzle openings.
The dealer said that the parts are $50 each, so if I replaced them myself, I'd save the labor charge, which apparently is over $100.
Is it difficult to remove and replace the nozzle units? How do you do it? Do you need special tools?