Quick Jetter Service Tips: Preheating Water in the Winter

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Quick Jetter Service Tips: Preheating Water in the Winter

During the wintertime you may want to preheat the water in your tank or just have it recirculate during short trips between jobs.

1. You can accomplish this by hooking your main jetter hose to the JIC fitting on the bulkhead on top of the water tank just behind your hose reel.

2. Have your easy start valve closed, hose reel valve open, start engine at idle, turn burner on and set the thermostat to a low temperature of 100 degrees.

3. Usually with 300 feet of hose this is enough backpressure to allow the burner to work. If the burner won’t light, try turning the hose reel valve off slightly to the point the burner ignites, and you should be good to go. Note: Only close the valve a minimal amount to get the burner to kick on.

Steve Roylance has worked at HotJet USA for 25 years and has over 30 years experience in engineering, maintenance and customer service. For any service questions/concerns, give Steve a call at 800-624-8186 or email service@powerlineindustries.com.



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