My pressure washer quit after a year. It wasn’t heavily used. Fortunately, it was still under warranty and I got it repaired. The mechanic told me to prolong the life of the washer, I should run it for a few seconds without water after each use. This gets rid off the water sitting in the pump between uses. I am wondering if this a prudent thing to do. Is there anything else I can do to protect the washer? Thanks.
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