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hi there sal rick85

sounds like the unloader valve is not working or stuck closed , check the setting of the unloader valve may be set too high, the unloader must open in odrder to cycle water back to inlet side of pump - if not builds up heaps of pressure , stalls the engine - service the un loader valves on the pressure head

take look and let me know - what brand your blaster unit is i know its honda but what pump
comet - axd, lw/zw, - in line or axial cam

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Honda Pressure... | Answered on Apr 19, 2019

either loose or worn out

Honda Garden | Answered on Apr 02, 2019

cross reference the part numbers for both tanks

Honda Garden | Answered on Apr 02, 2019

Tuff Torq transmissions take a multi grade engine oil
10w-30/10w-40 will do fine, if it has a reservoir do no over fill or when the oil gets hot it will expand and leak out through the top

Honda Garden | Answered on Mar 17, 2019

K46 TUFF TECH Oil 187Q0899000 10w30 Oil*

which means 10W-30 synthetic automotive engine oil.

Honda Garden | Answered on Mar 14, 2019

Your manual should have that information if you do not have one then

Honda Garden | Answered on Mar 13, 2019

carb is probably clogged inside passages. oh also shut of the dang cap lock

Honda Garden | Answered on Mar 12, 2019

If belt is ok, then likely the rear wheel dogs have seized. Review the following PartsTree diagram, what they call ratchet key item 3. .
When the mower is off, you would normally hear the dogs click as you pushed the mower. These get dirty from debris and then rust up and seize (no longer click). Once seized, the transmission drive shaft just spins inside the drive gear. Remove bolt wheel and wheel to access and clean out all the dirt and debris. Inspect inside side of rear wheel and verify wheel gear is in good condition. If all looks good then onto the drive gear. You could try penetrating oil, but if dogs are seized you'll likely need to remove the gear... the key is spring loaded so take not to loose the key and spring. They're small pieces and once they launch they may be lost forever.
I don't remember if the "cover" has to be removed. If it does, there are a lot of small parts, be careful not to loose and keep in correct order. Consult diagram frequently.

Honda Garden | Answered on Mar 10, 2019

Install a 75 micron fuel filter into the fuel line coming from tank. Make sure fuel line to carb (from on/off valve ) is not obstructed. There should be a steady continuous stream.

Loosen or remove fuel cap (as a test) to see if that helps. If runs ok without fuel cap, replace fuel cap,

If fuel cap doesn't help, turn off fuel and remove fuel bowl, turn on fuel. Again there should be a steady flow of fuel. If not, remove float and inlet needle and clear obstruction. Reinstall needle, float and fuel bowl. If still wont run properly, order a chinese replacement carburetor ($15 US delivered) and replace carb. Then drain fuel from tank and fuel bowl end of every season.

Honda Garden | Answered on Mar 09, 2019

sounds like the wire that shorts the coil to Ground is disconnected. You probably can just run full Choke to flood it out if you cannot find the coil issue

Honda Garden | Answered on Feb 27, 2019

not sure what the question is. Two Bolts thru air cleaner and thru carb to engine. where is the specific problem?

Honda Garden | Answered on Feb 27, 2019

have you disconnected the hose where it attaches to the pump? Many times you will get a build-up of sediment at the screen filter at the pump

Honda Garden | Answered on Feb 27, 2019

if you take out the spark plug can you get the cord to pull out?
IF the machine has not run in a long time, perhaps the Needle valve is stuck in the open position causing too much fuel to run into the Head after the first shutdown. Vapor Lock

Honda Garden | Answered on Feb 27, 2019

Not sure about the tines but it sounds like you overfilled the oil

Honda 25cc... | Answered on Feb 27, 2019

i thought this was a cable driven unit. is cable adjusted?

Honda Garden | Answered on Feb 27, 2019

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