Fits Pressure Washers with M22 Hose and Wand Connections
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The RYOBI Pressure Washer Trigger Gun Kit, designed to replace worn out or damaged trigger handles. It can be used with almost any gas or electric pressure washer up to 3,300 PSI. This durable replacement trigger gun also includes a Bayonet Adapter for convenience.
Replaces worn out or damaged trigger handles
Works with all RYOBI pressure washers
Impact resistant durable construction
Use with pressure washers up to 3,300 PSI
Fits most models and brands of pressure washers up to 3,300 psi.
I bought a replacement last year for the original Trigger Gun that came with my pressure washer. Got one season out of the original one. The replacement just started leaking in the same place as the original (at the connection points). See the pics attached. You'll notice the trigger is not even being squeezed and gun is still operating.
Response from Customer SupportMay 24, 2021
Hello, Leaky Trigger Gun - We are sorry to read about your experience with the trigger handle! Will you please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org? We'd like to connect and discuss your experience further.
Customer review from ryobitools.com
May 18, 2021
bad fit, need a solution
My ryobi power control valve doesn't fit my new trigger handle.
It attached to my old trigger handle and worked fine. With both items being a ryobi why did they make a design change in the new trigger handle where my power control valve is supposed to attach.
I haven't found the proper coupler to make this work.
Response from Customer SupportMay 21, 2021
Hello, Steve the handyman - We're sorry that you're having trouble attaching your RYOBI power control valve to your trigger handle! If you have model RY31019, it is compatible with our pressure washers that have a psi from 2,300 to 3,300. If you would, please be looking for an email from us at email@example.com. We'd like to hear more and see if this is a compatibility issue or something else.
Customer review from ryobitools.com
Aug 25, 2020
So far so good, time will tell if this ends up leaking like the original. I've seen thru many rev...
So far so good, time will tell if this ends up leaking like the original. I've seen thru many reviews the weak link in these pressure washers is the spray wand. They all seem to blow a little pin hole in the part in the handle that the hose attaches to just inside of plastic case. Mine did exactly what everyone has been complaining about. Time will tell at this moment works fine.
7 found this review helpful
May 16, 2020
After two years get leaking from gun under pressure, see photo. low quality plastic. It cost me $34.97 tax to replace whole gun Attention who get leaking from connector and motor did not stop, mostly it's from here. Bought this one to replace, will see.
17 found this review helpful
May 27, 2019
Worked well for 6 months, used it to replace the lance that came with my Ryobi 1,600 psi electric...
Worked well for 6 months, used it to replace the lance that came with my Ryobi 1,600 psi electric washer.
Claims to be good for 3,300 psi but the adaptor burst open. Going to see if I can get a warranty replacement.
Response from RYOBIOutdoorsMay 29, 2019
Hello, Nick - We are very sorry to hear about the adaptor! Would you give our product support team a call at 1.800.860.4050? They'd welcome the call and will try and provide you with a good solution. We hope you'll reach out to them and we appreciate the review! --firstname.lastname@example.org
1 found this review helpful
Feb 5, 2019
Would not recommend. I have purchase two of these now and have had the exact same issue with both...
Would not recommend. I have purchase two of these now and have had the exact same issue with both guns. Inside the gun there is a little bushing that works with the actuator valve that breaks. When the bushing breaks, the gun is "always on" and sprays water no matter what position the trigger is in. I don't know if this is made out of cheap plastic or what but I have had the same issue with both guns. The gun was not misused and stored in doors out of the elements. No reason that the bushing should break like this in a matter of months.
Response from RYOBIOutdoorsFeb 7, 2019
Hello, BK - We are so sorry to hear that you've had trouble with two of our 3,300 PSI Pressure Washer Trigger Guns! If you would, will you please email us at email@example.com? We'd appreciate a chance to connect and see if we can provide you with a good solution.