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Hi i have a honda gx340 11hp power washer the 1 of the valve,s have bend up on me could you tell me how that would happen and if i replace it will it happen again thanks.

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    thanks forto fet them set up now. that i have the parts in just have

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Sounds like something got jammed in the valve, how old is the unit? If you replace the valves it will replace the valve assembly and anything in there that was jamming the old one up will be taken out. That should clear it up for sure and I'd be it won't happen again. If you have someone do it for you they should guarantee the work as well, they can't just fix it, then it happens again to you, and they just tell you sorry about that....

Are you planning to do it yourself? If not then I'd say you have nothing to worry about.

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