Honda GX120 4hp Engine Provides the Power You Need

Honda GX120 EngineConsumers know that Honda manufactures dependable products that are durable and reliable. That is certainly true of the Honda GX120 4hp Engine.


The Honda GX120 is a very versatile engine that can power many different pieces of commercial or residential equipment. It is perfect for the go-cart you may be building for your child or for your lawn and garden equipment, generators or water pumps. It has more than enough power to meet your needs.

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Guide to using the EU6500 Honda Generator


EU6500 Honda GeneratorReady to put your Honda EU6500 to use? Here’s what you need to know for starting the motor and safely powering electric appliances.

Operating Your Generator Safely

Like all internal combustion engines, the exhaust from the motor contains carbon monoxide, a poisonous, scent-free gas. This generator should be used at least three feet (one meter) away from buildings, enclosed areas and other equipment.
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How to Avoid Fuel-Related Problems for a Honda HS720AM Snow Thrower

Honda HS720AM Snow ThrowerHonda designed and built the model HS720AM Snow Thrower for powerful, reliable performance in any snow conditions. The condition of the fuel is critical in the machine’s performance. Unfortunately, fuel can deteriorate in a short amount of time, which can corrode and damage engine parts. Also, the manufacturer’s limited warranty does not cover system damage and engine problems caused by substandard fuel. Thankfully, users can avoid problems and extend the life of their Honda Snow Thrower by following through with the manufacturer’s recommendations below. Continue reading

How to Troubleshoot Your Honda HS720AM Snow Thrower

Honda HS720AMIf you own a Honda HS720AM Snow Thrower and have been experiencing trouble with your equipment, here are a few suggestions that will get your snow thrower running smoothly again.

When Your Electric Starter Won’t Operate

This may be due to a faulty power outlet. Try using a different outlet, or start the engine using the recoil starter. If the problem is with the electrical cord, replace it immediately, or use the recoil starter to start the engine.

When Your Starter Operates But The Engine Won’t Start

This may be caused by not switching on your engine switch or fuel valve. Take a moment to ensure that both are properly switched to the “on” position.  If the fuel you are using has gone stale, drain your carburetor and replace it with fresh fuel.
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