Question about Honda Garden
Oil level in pump and motor OK? Spark plug not fouled? Has it sat for a while - carb dirty? Running (loaded) throttle rpm not high enough?
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
Your nozzle could be plugged or partially plugged. Also, try running it with the high pressure hose taken off to flush the pump.
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
Sounds like water in the fuel, or old gas. Drain the tank into a suitable waste container. Drain the carburetor float bowl, and the fuel line. Reattach the fuel line, and clean the float bowl out. (BE careful of the float bowl gasket!)
Replace the float bowl, and add fresh gasoline. I would use at least 91 octane. (NO gasohol!)
You may have to run it for a while to straighten it out.
Also remove the spark plug, and see if deposits have built up on the center and side electrode.
Todays gasoline has all kinds of additives in it. Some are designed to keep deposits from building up so much. (In truth, all gasoline is the same)
These small engines, usually require changing the spark plug at regular intervals.
Posted on Jun 07, 2009
Take a small diameter wire and poke thru the discharge hole of the spray head to clean out.
Second time in 6 months that I had the same problem. The problem is alway in the spray head.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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