Model # CF1800HD

Internet #203246923

Cleanforce 1800-PSI 1.5-GPM Heavy-Duty Axial Cam Electric Pressure Washer
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Discontinued Cleanforce

1800-PSI 1.5-GPM Heavy-Duty Axial Cam Electric Pressure Washer

  • 1,800-PSI water pressure
  • 1.5 GPM flow rate
  • 3 quick-connect spray nozzles

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The CleanForce 1,800-PSI 1.5-GPM Axial Cam Electric Heavy-Duty Pressure Washer is ideal for cleaning small decks, patios, outdoor furniture, lawn mowers, and automobiles. The pressure washer has an on-board soap tank, heavy-duty spray wand, metal lance and features 3 quick-connect spray tips so virtually all jobs can be completed quickly and thoroughly. This pressure washer also has the capability of operating in 2 modes, vertical or horizontal, to provide you with added stability on slopes and steep driveways.

  • Durable 115 VAC motor provides reliable power
  • 1,800-PSI water pressure delivers the cleaning power needed for tough jobs
  • 1.5-GPM flow rate ensures efficient cleaning
  • Sumec axial cam pump is designed for tough jobs
  • 3 quick-connect spray tips allows you to adjust to a variety of cleaning applications
  • Heavy-duty spray wand and lance helps you reach tight places
  • 19 ft. heavy-duty rubber hose is very resistant to kinking and abrasion
  • On-board soap tank provides convenience and efficiency
  • 2 modes, vertical and horizontal for added stability on slopes
  • Internal cord-storage reel and internal hose-storage reel ensures items won't be tripped over or lost
  • GFCI pigtail allows for the plug to seat fully inside your outdoor outlet cover
  • Note: Product may vary by store

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Brand AR Blue Clean Cleanforce Powerplay AR Blue Clean
Ratings (86) (472) (4) (10)
Maximum Pressure (PSI) 1900 1800 1800.000 1900.000
Pressure Washer Power Type Electric Electric Electric Electric
Commercial No No No No
GPM 1.5 1.5 1.4 1.3
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where can I get another operators manual for this machine

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Olympia Washington
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May 4, 2015
Help, I don't know how to operate it. The electric part intimidates me. We bought it about two years ago.
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May 7, 2015
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http://forcetools.co/product-manuals
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May 5, 2015
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Easy,,,,, attach the water hose, turn on water,,,, attach the power cord to plug or extension plug, it has a auto turn off, push it on,, start spraying,,,, note when the power is on to the unit it will sort of vibrate as it goes through it's pumping,,if you push the wrong button just want work,, if your using some type of soap you just twist the handle of the wand to soap or not soap..... I only use mind Read More
Easy,,,,, attach the water hose, turn on water,,,, attach the power cord to plug or extension plug, it has a auto turn off, push it on,, start spraying,,,, note when the power is on to the unit it will sort of vibrate as it goes through it's pumping,,if you push the wrong button just want work,, if your using some type of soap you just twist the handle of the wand to soap or not soap..... I only use mind for about an hour at the most or make sure I take a break (turn it off to cool down) while using it....have had mind over three years works great ,,, use it 2/3 times a year,, mainly for sidewalk,patio,,driveway Read Less
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May 5, 2015
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Go to : "http://www.homedepot.com/p/Cleanforce-1800-PSI-1-5-GPM-Heavy-Duty-Axial-Cam-Electric-Pressure-Washer-CF1800HD/203246923". On the right hand side of the page you will find the heading, "Info and Guides". Click on "Use and Care Manual." You will need Adobe Reader to read the manual. After downloading the manual you may either print it or save it in your computer.
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May 4, 2015
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An electronic copy is available underneath the Info and Guides section to the right of the Product Overview.
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where can I find replacement nozzles?

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August 22, 2015
I need to find replacement nozzles
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Chicago
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October 26, 2015
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Back ordered for 6-7 weeks. Nozzle is part of the wand I think. Online @cleanforce.
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August 25, 2015
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manufacturers website
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go the manufactuers web site,,
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i broke the water intake hose adapter ( white plastic) how can i replace that?

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Mount Sinai NY
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June 27, 2015
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You can't. Best advice is to contact co. and ask for a new one. That's what I did last year when motor went after 1 season. Item is unreliable.
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I think your out of luck, Might be worth taking the thing apart and see if you could order another one to see if you can replace it... One reason I buy small electric ones is for this reason. Figure if I get 3/4 years out of it no problem and they are cheaper that the gas ones which require you do a lot to them to keep the going.. also I only use mine 2/3 times a years,, sorry not much help
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June 26, 2015
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Many parts for the model are available on line from Force tool USA. (1 800-902-9690}.
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i borrowed this plug it in put water hose on tried all 3 spray attachments very little watee comming out what did i do wrong

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May 6, 2015
dont have owners manuel
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Make sure you have good water pressure and DO NOT use the quick connects people put on hoses... Any 'filter' in them at all causes issues. You can help it out by removing the spray attachment until you get a steady stream of water out the nozzle.
I have this connected to a 100'+ hose without any issue at all, had quick connects on a 50' hose and it failed miserably until the quick connects were Read More
Make sure you have good water pressure and DO NOT use the quick connects people put on hoses... Any 'filter' in them at all causes issues. You can help it out by removing the spray attachment until you get a steady stream of water out the nozzle.
I have this connected to a 100'+ hose without any issue at all, had quick connects on a 50' hose and it failed miserably until the quick connects were removed.... Read Less
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You have to ensure the air is purged out of the water supply hose prior to attaching it to the unit.
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May 6, 2015
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I don't full understand your post so I would recommend calling the customer service department. They are really helpful with operating issues. 866-902-9690
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Customer Reviews

Rated 2.8 out of 5 by 472 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by WAND LEAKS The wad burst after only two years and approximately 4 uses. The brass colored metal piece inside the wand that connects to the trigger split causing water to leak. September 19, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by made of recycled garbage We purchased the updated model 2000 in may of 2014. Its a nice unit and easy to use. Probably used it about 6 times over the summer. We went to use it mid August and water started leaking from the bottom, big time. I assumed it was the high pressure hose judging by the other comments. It wasn't. The water intake pipe just before it goes into the main pump was completely corroded. Huge hole ! What on earth could cause that, its just cold water and not even pressurized. However, it does appear to be a cheap type of pot metal. We cant find the receipt so I guess were out of luck. Don't go near this product. The early Ryobi tools had better quality than this. August 25, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Worst piece of garbage Pump broke just after the two year warranty expired. Manufacturer has no interest in repairing or replacing. Disappointed in Home Depot and the manufacturer for allowing a consumer to spend $70 for a product that can barely last two years (considering the seasonal use the product lasted less than six months). June 8, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Broke after 1 use! Complete junk! Don't waste your money! The fitting that connects the gun to the supply line came apart after 1 use! June 4, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by 1 Year Life after 1 season, the high pressure hose go a hole. no way to repair it or get to it without taking the complete thing apart. Will never buy this brand again and will rethink my next one. June 4, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Enough Said Bought my pressure washer a year ago for some light cleaning (patio, driveway). Put it out in the trash today. Enough said! June 11, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by You get what you pay for This was our 1st pressure washer purchase. Bought in early spring of 2012, used occasionally, maybe a couple of times per month. The main hose blew from the inside-out without warning...sounded like a gunshot. Thankfully nobody was injured. Cheap garbage, now I have to buy a hose direct from the manufacturer as it's not available in store. Once it blows again, this thing will be sent to the landfill where it belongs. What one would think is stainless steel braids inside the hose are all rusted December 8, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Hose split Hose split , Clean Force blaming consumers for misuse .Clean Force giving me the runaround claiming that they are waiting for more Hoses. I'll give this product a 0 star. April 14, 2014
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