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No pressure MyHonda pressure washer statrs fine but does not develop pressure. I have changed the spray rod with a new rod but still does not solve the problem Any thoughts!!

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    honda motor, 24 psi, bought at costco. If I take spray tip off and put it back on and fool with trigger some it works. If I stop I need to take spray tip off again to get pressure. 3 years old but only has 30 minutes on it at the most. Karcher repair service long way away,

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The machine has a worn bypass valve. Replace the valve assembly.

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Sounds like either the pump or the valve that releases the water outta the rod.

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