Can't get Performer 405 to turn over now!

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This one?

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I do here a click when I turn it
How would I remedy that...do u have a pic possibly?
Also I ordered float valve waste tank but if I'm running the machine
With overide turned to left I assume
Machine won't still shut off when tank gets full
Until I figure out the problem.
Right now I'm having to drain every couple rooms.
Thanks

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You should be able to clean at least 8-10 rooms without having to dump.
 

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I have been trying to follow along with the conversation here, I had the same issue on my 405 machine once. I'm trying to remember but I believe it was a relay switch and or a faulty sensor. Definitely electrical related. We used a bungy cord to help hold down the oil override switch also for a while.
 
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When you hold the override switch it overrides the oil pressure sensor and the high and low psi sensors. They are on the left side behind the panel. They are side by side. Take the wires loose and connect the wires together this bypasses the sensors. Now start the unit if it runs then it's one or both sensors. Low pressure is less than 50 psi high pressure over 1200 psi. So think about it did you run out of water on a job, or have the pressure turned up doing a T&G job before the problem started. If either sw is triggered being they want reset because they aren't triggered often.