Honda water pumps are known for their durability and flexibility through a wide range of operating conditions. However, regular maintenance is a must if you want your pump to continue running as advertised. If you have started to experience problems with your pump, use this guide as a starting point to troubleshoot the issue.
If your Honda water pump does not appear to be creating the output that you are expecting or if it seems to be running much slower than normal there are a few things you should check. First of all, check the speed and throttle indicators to ensure that the throttle is turned up high enough. If the pump is set to the correct speed, next check your hose. A hose of the wrong length or size can prevent the pump from creating enough pressure to move the water. Try changing to a hose that better fits the pump if problems persist. If these simple troubleshooting steps are not enough to fix the problem, you may have a worn or damaged pump. Continue reading
Honda has a great selection of water pumps that can be used in many ways for different applications. Here is some information on what you need to know specifically about the Honda WB20 & WB30 series water pumps.
Uses of the Honda WB20 and WB30 Water Pump
Honda’s WB series of general purpose pumps are widely used for commercial use but can also be used in the home as well. General purpose pumps are designed to be used to completely remove water or transfer water to another location. Here are some typical applications that the WB20 and WB30 water pumps are often used in:
Having problems with your Honda Harmony II HRT216 mower? Here’s what you need to know to fix common problems.
Engine Won’t Start
– Make sure the fuel valve, just to the right of the air filter, is on.
– Make sure the throttle is set to Choke if the engine is cold, or Fast if the engine is warm.
– Check the fuel tank. If it’s empty, add more fuel. If the fuel hasn’t been treated with a stabilizer and is more than 30 days old or has been treated and is over 90 days old, drain the fuel tank and carburetor, then fill with fresh gas.
– Check the spark plug. The gap should be set to 0.028-0.031in (0.7-0.8 mm.) If it’s wet with gas, wipe it dry and reinstall. If the electrode or insulator is damaged, replace it with a new plug.
– If the engine still won’t start, have the mower looked at by a dealer.
Honda’s lawn mowers have been known as some of the most efficient and reliable outdoor lawn equipment in the industry. However, problems can occasionally arise even with the best mowers. If your Honda HRT216 Lawn Mower has a spark but refuses to start, this comprehensive troubleshooting guide may help you repair the equipment.
Address Potential Fuel Concerns
Fuel issues may be a major cause of starting problems among Honda HRT216 Lawn Mowers. Users can address these potential issues before having the product serviced by a professional:
Spring is here and the season of yard work has begun. If you have let your lawn go to the birds over the winter, it is time to start focusing in on these top ten lawn eye-sores and get proactive about having an enviable yard.