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My Honda 2600 psi power washer will not pull to start. It was running great then I allowed the neighbor to borrow it. He ran the washer till it was out of gas and proceeded to refuel and at this point it would no longer start. The pull cord is out about 4-6 inches out and I am concerned about taking the casing off myself. Fearing that it may throw more off on the unit. If i take the casing off are there any spring loaded parts that will dismount? What should I do? Spark Plug? Turn wrenches? Please let me know

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You should be fine to take the recoil off, there shouldn't be anything that shoots out at you. You might want to check the oil level on the engine, many of the Honda engines won't start unless there is enough oil in them. If your oil level is fine, check to make sure that your motor is getting spark.

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