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The Karcher 2400 psi pressure washer w/ honda engine has been discontinued and is not available for purchase at this time.

Karcher 2400 PSI Pressure Washer w/ Honda Engine

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Grade
Style
Water Pressure
2400
PSI
Water Flow
2.5
GPM
Cleaning Speed
6000
Cleaning Units
Engine
Honda GC
5-HP Honda GC160 Engine
Reliable, quiet, and easy to start

Best Selling Homeowner Model
Handles decks, siding, driveways & patios with ease

Pro Style Spray Nozzles
5 quick connect tips for every job

Efficient Cart Design
Well balanced and easy to maneuver


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Engine
Engine Brand
Honda GC
Starter
Recoil
HP
5 HP
Pump
Pump Brand
Karcher
Pump Type
Axial Cam
Adjustable Pressure
No
Chemical Injection
Siphon Tube
Housing
Frame Type
2-Wheel Cart
Wheels
Pneumatic
Hose
Hose Storage
Hook
Hose Length
25 Feet
Hose Material
PVC/Plastic
Hose Diameter
1/4 Inch
Hose Connections
Threaded
Spray Gun
Spray Gun Connection
Quick-Connect
Spray Gun Grade
Residential
Spray Gun Wand
Single Wand
Spray Tips
Quick Connect Tips (5)
Turbo Nozzle
Sold Separately
Overview
Made in USA
No
Weight
70 Pounds
Product Length
23 Inches
Product Width
21 Inches
Product Height
35 Inches
Consumer Warranty
1 Year
Model
G2400HH
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  2 Questions
Q: how do you control the psi presure?
by Mike from Massachusetts on August 14, 2011

A: This machine does not have the adjustable pressure regulator on it. The only way to adjust the pressure is by changing out the spray tips.
by Brian, Product Expert

Q: Bill,

I currently own this model, and I need a replacement trigger and wand. Do you have a suggestion as to which triggers will fit the Karcher Model G2400HH? Thank you!

by Sarah M. from Alabama on March 29, 2011

A: Yes, we would definitely carry a replcement trigger gun and wand for that model pressure washer. You can purchase trigger gun model 6055 and spray wand model AL248-C. That set up would cost you $50.00 plus shipping.

You could also purchase a spray kit model 41.0293 that also comes with a hose and spray tips. This kit costs $79.99 plus shipping.
by Brian, Product Expert

Karcher G2400HH Reviews & Ratings
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Waldi B.
Billings, MT
Most Helpful Positive Review
REVIEWED
AUG.
21
2016
5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
I Don't Know What These Guys Are Moaning About...
I bought my G2400hh from a warehouse club, I want to say about 2003 or so it is now summer of 2016 and this thing has been a work horse around the house. I abuse the hell out of this thing and it always starts easily and the pressure will drill holes in tires, toes and concrete.

The reason I am on this site is I need a replacement pressure hose because the old one finally split.
Waldi Recommends This Karcher Product
Brian, the Pressure Washer Expert
Product Expert
Waldi,
We're glad to have you visit! Hopefully you found what you needed (and maybe a little more...).

Some of my co-workers still run Karcher's G2400HH too- they have stood the test of time.
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Lin Beckham
Chugiak, AK
Purchased from Pressure Washers Direct
Purchased 6/9/11
Total Reviews
2 Reviews
REVIEWED
JUN.
30
2011
2 out of 52 out of 52 out of 52 out of 52 out of 5
New Cat Pump (sent To Customer Service)
Got the pump to replace a crappy Karcher pump on my pressure washer. The pump is very nice and works well.

The issues I had are the pump arrived without manufacturers packaging. No instructions, no service information, unwrapped and leaking oil. Additionally it was missing a plug on the back end of the inlet and I had to buy an adapter to hookup the hose. Not sure if this is standard issue for Cat pumps or if I got a recycled one. Only time will tell. Now I just need to dig up the... more
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Bob Moore
REVIEWED
MAY.
11
2007
5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
Karcher 2400 Psi Pressure Washer W/ Honda Engine Review
excellent....lots of power and durability. I would recomment this unit to everyone.
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John Lee
REVIEWED
APR.
05
2007
3 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 5
Karcher 2400 Psi Pressure Washer W/ Honda Engine Review
This Unit Has Worked Perfectly For Me For Over Five Years Now. I Love It. There Is Only One Problem and That Is a Major One. the Unloader Valve Is Sticking. Thats the Valve That Lets the Water Out of the Pump. Several Authorized Service Techs Have Told Me the Insides of the Pumps Are Made of Metal and Will Start the Rusting Process After Its First Use. Only Pumps With Ceramic Parts Will Not Rust Inside, and These Units Are Really Expensive. They All Told Me I Was Very, Very Lucky to... more
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Roger L.
Roseville, MN
REVIEWED
APR.
27
2012
1 out of 51 out of 51 out of 51 out of 51 out of 5
K 2400hh Pump Is Crap
I bought a Karcher 2400 Gas thinking this is going to be great, it has one of the best engines on the market to power the pump, a Honda, so how could I go wrong? But after a couple of years of minimal use, it would not power up to operating PSI unless I removed the tip from my wand and released the pressure in the line first. Then I could reinsert my tip of choice and pull the trigger, and this is how I had to use the power washer.

Then finally one day it started blowing water out a valve... more
Brian, the Pressure Washer Expert
Product Expert
Roger,
Using a pump saver product (any brand) will keep the o-rings lubricated & help prevent dry rot or freeze damage. The 2400HH was discontinued in 2005; so a rebuild 8 years later is not unreasonable.
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John
Morristown, NJ
REVIEWED
APR.
14
2012
2 out of 52 out of 52 out of 52 out of 52 out of 5
No Pressure
This unit has had problems with pressuring up since I bought it. For a while it would work if I pull started the unit while I had the pressure nozzle in the on position. Now it does not work at all.

I just noticed that other owners are having the same problem so I dont feel like I am unique but this does not help the situation. Since it is now out of warranty I will need to replace with another unit.

PWD RESPONDS: This model is at least 7 years old, and was made with an axial pump.... more
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Raymond P.
Ronkonkoma, NY
REVIEWED
MAY.
25
2011
1 out of 51 out of 51 out of 51 out of 51 out of 5
Won't Power Up
Used it once, worked fine. 2nd time it wouldn't power up: repairs, $160.

Next season the o-rings cracked, and it wouldn't power up. It was repaired and winterized. I used today for half a hour, changed tips, and it won't power up. Total aggravation!!!

PWD RESPONDS: Karcher's warranty covers the cost of repairs due to defect in materials & workmanship; they don't cover wear & tear or misuse.

A pump saver product will keep the o-rings from cracking, removed hard water deposits,... more
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Bill Gates
Miami, FL
REVIEWED
MAR.
24
2008
1 out of 51 out of 51 out of 51 out of 51 out of 5
Karcher 2400
Good power washer for about 1 year and stoped building up pressure. Serviced and rebuilt with same problems. Called Karcher and they said they have had numerous complaints with same problems. The honda engine is one of the best engines i have used, excellent power and reliability. Karcher has the worst customer support and said they could not help since out of warranty. i would not recomend this powerwasher and DONT BUY A RECONDITIONED ONE!!!! NOTHING BUT A NIGHTMARE!!! Think about it why was... more
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Pressure Washers Direct
REVIEWED
JAN.
27
2007
5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
Karcher 2400 Psi Pressure Washer W/ Honda Engine Review
The overall best selling pressure washer in 2006 was ... drum roll, please ... Karcher's G2400HH. This marks the fourth consecutive year Karcher's 2400 PSI pressure washer topped the charts.

The Karcher 2400 PSI pressure washer is perfect for light-duty and heavy-duty residential use. Its 5-horsepower Honda engine has plenty of power to tackle the toughest household chores. Plus, it comes with a DirtBlaster® rotating nozzle, which significantly speeds up cleaning time.

Don’t expect this... more
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Terence Nolan
REVIEWED
APR.
18
2006
5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
Karcher 2400 Psi Pressure Washer W/ Honda Engine Review
Having used 3000+ psi power washers commercially for years, I'm pretty impressed with this unit. Does the job very well, easy to use, relatively quiet. Only problem, but of course, is the unwieldy hose, common though. Don't forget to fill crankcase with oil upon arrival - dip stick could have a better color background in order to see the actual oil level. Instruction book could emphasize the need, when having the machine running (idling) while you're applying soap or whatever, to periodically... more
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Ray Rust
REVIEWED
MAR.
04
2006
5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
Karcher 2400 Psi Pressure Washer W/ Honda Engine Review
Hey very fast delivery ordered on Monday got it on Friday Morning. didnt think it could get here that fast and everything was in tip top condition, and it does everything they said it would and even more, tryed some simple green cleaner on Aluminum siding deluted down and it looks like new, Also it is real quiet. thank you Ray
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