Question about Honda Landa PG 3500 PSI Pressure Washer
If this machine has been sitting for an extended period of time it is likely that you have a couple of things going on. First you should drain the fuel from the gas tank. Next remove the bowl from the carb and using a flat head screwdriver remove the mainjet from the carb. Check that it is clear then re-assemble. Next pull your spark plug. Put a rag over the hole in the head where the plug was and pull the engine over a few times. Re-install the plug. Now remove the grey oil dipstick from the engine and check for the oil level being over full. If it is drain the excess.
Doing all of this should solve your issue. In most cases the problem you describe is caused by varnished / rotten fuel, a faulty carb float allowing fuel to drain into the crankcase creating excess pressure or water buildup in the cylinder creating excess pressure.
Posted on Feb 13, 2011
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