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I have a durabilt 1404 and the unit it all of the sudden not getting enough pressure to right and is whining real high. Any suggestions?

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Check for clogged intake water inlet. usually there is a fine mesh filter inside.try getting intake water from a large pail elevated on a chair. if pressure returns, then your tap water maybe flowing too low to cope up with the machine',s demand.

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