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Honda p/washer won't **** up cleaning chemicals cleaned filter,still no go.

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In general, pressure washers will draw detergent from the reservoir only when the spray nozzle is set to low pressure. At high pressure a non-return valve closes to prevent water flowing back in to the reservoir. If you've got the spray nozzle set to low pressure and still have the problem, it may be that the spray nozzle is partially blocked - you can try clearing it with a length of wire.  Failing that, the non-return valve is probably stuck (and that may need professional attention).

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