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Hi i have a honda gx340 power washer i had to change the exhuast valve and push rod it wont start now and im just wondering have they to be set up in a certin way, and could i ask the exhuast valve and push rod were badly bend up how did that happen.

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  • shanecullen Jul 19, 2009

    thanks for your help i,l get that checked thanks again.

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It bends due to over pressure gets applied on the parts.and yes there is certain setting in this parts.its a required allignment on which both has to be fitted .get it checked by the professional.as it will not start till adjusted.also check the spark plug wire are they proper or got burned internally. thanks.

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