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Troubleshooting
Olympus M3-200H
Problem

Cause

Solution

Machine not
turning on No power

Building circuit breaker tripped.


Faulty power cord
Faulty switches or internal wiring

Reset breakers or move cords to other outlets


Replace cord (AX32)
Check wiring & test switches - Repair as needed *

Building circuit breaker tripped.


Faulty power cord
Faulty switches or internal wiring
Pump circuit breaker tripped
Pump motor faulty
Pump seized - trips breaker

Reset breakers or move cords to other outlets


Replace cord (AX32)
Check wiring & test switches - Repair as needed *
Reset or replace circuit breaker
Replace pump motor (PT061)
Repair or replace pump head & bearing - Check motor
(PT050 or AP50)

Jets too large for pressure desired

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Pump
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Low Solution
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solution hose
to machine
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Jets worn allowing too much flow


Solution inlet filter plugged
Hose from solution tank restricted
Pump intake hose or fittings
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Pressure regulator sticking
Pressure regulator faulty
Filter screen or jets plugged on
tool
Solution tank empty
Pump not primed
Pump faulty
Tool valve faulty
Quick connects or hoses restricted

Replace jets
Clean or replace filter
Repair or replace hose

Pressure in lines
Quick connects faulty
Wrong style/size quick connects

Release pressure
Replace quick connects (100008, 100007)
Replace quick connects to match connects on machine

Repair or replace hose. Tighten clamps or replace fittings


Repair or replace pressure regulator (PT048A or PT048)
Repair or replace pressure regulator (PT048A or PT048)
Clean out filter or jets
Add water to tank - Check & repair auto fill assembly
Perform pump priming procedure
Repair or replace pump (AP50)
Repair or replace valve
Clean out or replace quick connects and/or hoses

To reduce the risk of fire electrical shock or injury repairs to wiring should only be performed by
experienced service technicians.
If you are not experienced in checking electrical wiring contact your nearest authorized service
center to perform tests and repairs to wiring and switches.

Problem

Cause

Solution

Heater
not getting
Water hot

Building circuit breaker tripped.


Faulty power cord
Heater Switch not ON or set right
Water start temperature too low
Heater not given time to preheat
Tool jets too large High Flow
Water usage too high
Temp switches faulty
Heating Element Faulty
Faulty switches or internal wiring

Reset breakers or move cords to other outlets


Replace cord (AX32)
Turn switch ON Move from Single to Dual position
Use hot water in solution tank - 130F maximum
Turn heater ON and wait 5 minutes before spraying tool
Replace tool jets with smaller jets to reduce flow rate
Slow down cleaning more drying strokes less spraying
Test 190F & 230 switches & replace as needed*
Replace heater (NM5044)
Check wiring & test switches - Repair as needed *

Vacuum
Motor
not running

Building circuit breaker tripped.


Faulty power cord
Faulty switches or internal wiring
Vacuum motor faulty

Reset breakers or move cords to other outlets


Replace cord (AX32)
Check wiring & test switches - Repair as needed *
Replace vacuum motor (AV14)

Loss of
Vacuum

Vacuum motor faulty


Vacuum motor gasket damaged
Recovery tank lid gasket damaged
Drain valve open
Drain valve leaking
Vacuum motor hoses loose /
leaking
Vacuum hose or tool clogged
Vacuum hoses or cuffs leaking
Recovery tank full
Float shutoff filter clogged
Ball stuck in float shutoff
Pump-out Check Valve stuck open
Recovery tank damaged

Replace vacuum motor (AV14)


Replace gasket (PA010)
Replace gasket (NM5059)
Close valve
Repair or replace drain valve (PEA11)

Chemical not
feeding

Solution tank not filling


Chemical hose restricted
Filter screen plugged

Optional
Auto-Fill

Tool won'
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spray - low or
uneven spray

Reconnect or replace vacuum motor hoses


Clean out vacuum hoses and tool
Replace vacuum hoses, cuffs & connectors as needed
Drain tank
Clean float shutoff filter
Repair or replace float shutoff (NM5037)
Clean out or replace check valve(NM5052)
Replace recovery tank

Low Incoming Water Pressure


Wrong size metering tip
Chemical proportioner faulty
Check valve in filter faulty

Check & repair auto fill assembly


Un-kink, shorten, clean out or replace hose
Clean or replace filter (PDE100-11P)
Set chemical bottle on top of machine Shorten Chemical
hose Find other water source.
Change metering tip
Replace chemical proportioner (PDE61-22-3)
Replace filter (PDE100-11P)

Jets clogged
Inline filter clogged
Jets worn
Jets not aligned properly
Tool valve faulty
Quick connects or hoses restricted

Clean out or replace jets


Clean out or replace filter
Replace jets
Re-align jets
Repair or replace valve
Clean out or replace quick connects and/or hoses

To reduce the risk of fire electrical shock or injury repairs to wiring should only be performed by
experienced service technicians.
If you are not experienced in checking electrical wiring contact your nearest authorized service
center to perform tests and repairs to wiring and switches.

Problem
Solution Tank
not filling
Optional
Auto Fill

Cause
Water source turned off
Float not on valve arm
Float valve faulty
Water hose restricted
Quick connects faulty

Solution
Turn on faucet or find other water source
Reconnect float to valve arm - Adjust to proper height/level
Repair or replace float valve (NM5055)
Un-kink, clean out or replace hose
Clean out or replace quick connects (100008, 100007)

Solution tank
overflowing
Optional
Auto Fill

Float too heavy/ Filled with water


Float & chain tangled
Float too high
Float valve faulty

Replace float (PHY005-003)


Make sure float chain free & hanging properly
Adjust chain to set float at proper level
Repair or replace float valve (NM5055)

Chemical Jug
Filling with
water Overflowing
Optional
Auto Fill

Foot valve in Filter stuck


Foot valve in Filter faulty

Clean out foot valve and filter


Replace foot valve and filter (PDE100-11P)

To reduce the risk of fire electrical shock or injury repairs to wiring should only be performed by
experienced service technicians.
If you are not experienced in checking electrical wiring contact your nearest authorized service
center to perform tests and repairs to wiring and switches.

Contact your distributor for additional troubleshooting


assistance, to order parts, or for advice and assistance in
performing necessary repairs.

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