BEDIENUNGSANLEITUNG

BEDIENUNGSANLEITUNG
Honda WX10
OWNER’S MANUAL
Original instructions
MANUEL DE L’UTILISATEUR
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BEDIENUNGSANLEITUNG
Originalbetriebsanleitung
MANUAL DE EXPLICACIONES
Manual original
Thank you for purchasing a Honda water pump.
This manual covers the operation and maintenance of Honda water
pump: WX10
All information in this publication is based on the latest product
information available at the time of approval for printing.
Honda Motor Co., Ltd. reserves the right to make changes at any time
without notice and without incurring any obligation.
No part of this publication may be reproduced without written
permission.
This manual should be considered a permanent part of the pump and
should remain with the pump if it is resold.
Pay special attention to statements preceded by the following words:
Indicates a strong possibility of severe personal injury or
death if instructions are not followed.
Indicates a possibility of equipment or property damage if
instructions are not followed.
Gives helpful information.
If a problem should arise, or if you have any questions about the
pump, consult an authorized Honda dealer.
Honda water pump is designed to give safe and dependable service if
operated according to instructions.
Read and understand the Owner’s Manual before operating the water pump. Failure to do so could result in personal injury or equipment damage.
The illustration may vary according to the type.
Disposal
To protect the environment, do not dispose of this product,
battery, engine oil, etc. carelessly by leaving them in the waste.
Observe the local laws and regulations or consult your authorized
Honda dealer for disposal.
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CONTENTS
1. SAFETY INSTRUCTION ........................................................................3
2. SAFETY LABEL LOCATIONS ...............................................................5
CE mark and noise label locations ......................................................7
3. COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION ..........................................................8
4. PRE-OPERATION FOR STARTING .....................................................10
5. STARTING THE ENGINE ....................................................................20
Carburetor Modification for High Altitude Operation ..................23
6. OPERATION ........................................................................................24
7. STOPPING THE ENGINE ....................................................................25
8. MAINTENANCE ..................................................................................26
9. TRANSPORTING/STORAGE ..............................................................38
10. TROUBLESHOOTING .........................................................................41
11. SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................43
MAJOR Honda DISTRIBUTOR ADDRESSES .................Inside back cover
‘‘EC Declaration of Conformity’’ CONTENT OUTLINE.........Inside back cover
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1. SAFETY INSTRUCTION
To ensure safe operation −
Honda water pump is designed to give safe and
dependable service if operated according to instructions.
Read and understand the Owner’s Manual before operating the water pump. Failure to do so
could result in personal injury or equipment damage.
Exhaust contains poisonous carbon monoxide, a
colorless, odorless gas. Breathing carbon
monoxide can cause loss of consciousness and
may lead to death.
If you run the pump in an area that is confined,
or even partially enclosed area, the air you
breathe could contain a dangerous amount of
exhaust gas.
Never run your pump inside a garage, house or
near open windows or doors.
Stop the engine before refueling.
Gasoline is extremely flammable and explosive
under certain conditions. Refuel in a well
ventilated area with the engine stopped.
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The muffler becomes very hot during operation
and remains hot for a while after stopping the
engine. Be careful not to touch the muffler while it
is hot. Let the engine cool before storing the
water pump indoors.
The engine exhaust system will be heated during
operation and remain hot immediately after
stopping the engine.
To prevent scalding, pay attention to the warning
marks attached to the water pump.
Always make a pre-operation for starting (page 10 ) before you start
the engine. You may prevent an accident or equipment damage.
For safety, never pump flammable or corrosive liquids such as
gasoline or acid. Also, to avoid pump corrosion, never pump sea
water, chemical solutions, or caustic liquids such as used oil, wine,
or milk.
Place the pump on a firm, level surface lest the pump should
overturn.
To prevent fire hazards and to provide adequate ventilation, keep
the pump at least 1 meter (3 feet) away from building walls and
other equipment during operation. Do not place flammable objects
close to the pump.
Children and pets must be kept away from the area of operation to
reduce a possibility of burns from the hot engine components.
Know how to stop the pump quickly, and understand the operation
of all controls. Never permit anyone to operate the pump without
proper instructions.
Never run the engine in an enclosed or confined area. Exhaust gas
contains poisonous carbon monoxide gas; exposure can cause loss
of consciousness and may lead to death.
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2. SAFETY LABEL LOCATIONS
These labels warn you of potential hazards that can cause serious injury. Read the labels and safety notes and precautions described in this
manual carefully.
If a label comes off or becomes hard to read, contact your Honda dealer for a replacement.
[For European types]
OPERATOR CAUTION
HOT CAUTION
OPERATOR CAUTION
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[For Canadian and Australian types]
[Canadian and Australian types]
[Canadian type only]
*
* : French labels come with the water pump.
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CE mark and noise label locations
[For European types]
NOISE LABEL
CE MARK
Manufacturer and address
Name and address of authorized
representative
Year of manufacture
Dry mass
Model
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3. COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION
CARRYING HANDLE
THROTTLE LEVER
DISCHARGE PORT
AIR CLEANER
SUCTION PORT
ENGINE SWITCH
PUMP DRAIN PLUG
TOP COVER
PRIMING WATER FILLER CAP
SPARK PLUG
(inside the top cover)
MUFFLER
ENGINE OIL
FILLER CAP/DIPSTICK
CHOKE LEVER
RECOIL STARTER
PRIMING BULB
FUEL FILLER CAP
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STARTER GRIP
ENGINE SERIAL NUMBER
FRAME SERIAL
NUMBER
Record the frame serial number and the engine serial number (see
page 8 ) in the space below. You will need these serial numbers when
ordering parts.
Engine serial number:
Frame serial number:
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4. PRE-OPERATION FOR STARTING
1. Install the hose connector.
Be sure to check that the packing is seated in its place and install the
hose connector to the port on the pump.
HOSE CONNECTOR
PACKING
HOSE COUPLING
HOSE CLAMP RING
2. Connect the suction hose.
Use commercially available hose, hose connector, and hose bands.
The suction hose must be of reinforced, noncollapsible construction.
Suction hose length should not be longer than necessary, as pump
performance is best when the pump is not far above the water level.
Self-priming time is also proportional to hose length.
The strainer that is provided with the pump should be attached to the
end of the suction hose with a band, as shown.
Always install the strainer on the end of the suction hose before
pumping. The strainer will exclude debris that can cause clogging or
impeller damage.
HOSE CONNECTOR
SUCTION HOSE
HOSE BAND
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STRAINER
HOSE BAND
3. Connect the discharge hose.
Use a commercially available hose, hose connector, and hose band. A
short, large-diameter hose is most efficient. Long or small-diameter
hose increases fluid friction and reduces pump output.
Tighten the hose band securely to prevent the hose from
disconnecting under high pressure.
DISCHARGE HOSE
HOSE CONNECTOR
HOSE BAND
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4. Install the garden hose adapter (Canadian type only)
An adapter is supplied with the pump for
optional connection of a garden hose to
the pump discharge port. Garden hose is
a convenient and economical option for
carrying the discharged water, though
its smaller diameter will reduce the
maximum discharge capacity of the
pump.
Hand-tighten the adapter, just tight
enough to prevent leakage, then attach
the garden hose to the adapter.
Overtightening the adapter can
damage the threads.
GARDEN HOSE ADAPTER
GARDEN
HOSE
THREADS
1-INCH PUMP
DISCHARGE
PORT THREADS
GARDEN HOSE ADAPTER
DISCHARGE PORT
If the garden hose is equipped with a
shut off valve or nozzle, do not shut off
the discharge water for a long period
of time, as that could cause the pump
to overheat.
Do not install the adapter on the pump
suction port. Garden hose is not
suitable for use us suction hose,
because it will restrict flow and cause
the pump to cavitate, damaging the
pump.
5. Check the engine oil level.
Every 10 hours, check the engine oil level and replenish oil up to the
top of the oil filler neck if the pump is operated for more than 10 hours
continuously.
Engine oil is a major factor affecting engine performance and
service life. Nondetergent or vegetable oils are not recommended.
Check the oil level with the pump on a level surface and the engine
stopped.
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Recommended Oil
Use 4-stroke motor oil that meets or exceeds the requirements for API
service classification SE or later (or equivalent). Always check the API
service label on the oil container to be sure it includes the letters SE or
later (or equivalent).
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE
SAE 10W-30 is recommended for general use. Other viscosities shown
in the chart may be used when the average temperature in your area is
within the indicated range.
Using nondetergent oil or 2-stroke engine oil could shorten the
engine’s service life.
1. Place the pump horizontally on a level surface.
2. Remove the oil filler cap and check the oil level: it should reach the
outer edge of the oil filler hole.
3. If the level is low, fill to the outer edge of the oil filler hole with the
recommended oil.
Add the engine oil slowly and do not let it overflow, as the engine oil
tank capacity is small.
Running the engine with insufficient oil can cause serious engine
damage.
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OIL FILLER HOLE
ENGINE OIL FILLER CAP/DIPSTICK
UPPER OIL LEVEL
UPPER OIL LEVEL
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6. Check the fuel level.
Check the fuel level by looking through the translucent fuel tank. If the
fuel level is low, refuel in a well-ventilated area with the engine
stopped. If the engine has been running, allow it to cool.
Use automotive unleaded gasoline with a Research Octane Number of
91 or higher (a Pump Octane Number of 86 or higher).
Never use stale or contaminated gasoline or an oil/gasoline mixture.
Avoid getting dirt or water in the fuel tank.
Gasoline is extremely flammable and is explosive under certain
conditions.
Refuel in a well-ventilated area with the engine stopped. Do not
smoke or allow flames or sparks in the refueling area or where
gasoline is stored.
Do not overfill the tank (there should be no fuel in the filler neck).
After refueling, make sure the fuel filler cap is closed properly and
securely.
Be careful not to spill fuel when refueling. Spilled fuel or fuel vapor
may ignite. If any fuel is spilled, make sure the area is dry before
starting the engine.
Avoid repeated or prolonged contact with skin or breathing of
vapor.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
FUEL FILLER CAP
MAXIMUM FUEL LEVEL
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Gasoline spoils very quickly depending on factors such as light
exposure, temperature and time.
In worst cases, gasoline can be contaminated within 30 days.
Using contaminated gasoline can seriously damage the engine
(clogged carburetor, stuck valve).
Such damage due to spoiled fuel is disallowed from coverage by the
warranty.
To avoid this please strictly follow these recommendations:
Only use specified gasoline (see page 15 ).
Use fresh and clean gasoline.
To slow deterioration, keep gasoline in a certified fuel container.
If long storage (more than 30 days) is foreseen, drain fuel tank and
carburetor (see page 39 ).
Gasolines containing alcohol
If you decide to use a gasoline containing alcohol (gasohol), be sure its
octane rating is at least as high as that recommended by Honda.
There are two types of ‘‘gasohol’’: one containing ethanol, and the
other containing methanol.
Do not use gasohol that contains more than 10% ethanol.
Do not use gasoline containing more than 5% methanol (methyl or
wood alcohol) and that does not also contain co-solvents and
corrosion inhibitors for methanol.
Fuel system damage or engine performance problems resulting
from the use of gasoline that contains more alcohol than
recommended is not covered under the warranty.
Before buying gasoline from an unfamiliar station, first determine if
the gasoline contains alcohol, if it does, find out the type and
percentage of alcohol used.
If you notice any undesirable operating symptoms while using a
particular gasoline. Switch to a gasoline that you know contains less
than the recommended amount of alcohol.
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7. Check the air cleaner element.
1. Move the choke lever to the CLOSED (upwards) position.
2. Remove the air cleaner cover by unhooking the latch tab on the top
of the air cleaner cover and its two lower tabs.
3. Check the element to be sure it is clean and in good condition.
If the element is dirty, clean it (see page 30 ). Replace the element if it
is damaged.
4. Reinstall the air cleaner element.
5. Reinstall the air cleaner cover by inserting the lower tabs, and the
latch tab.
CHOKE LEVER
AIR CLEANER ELEMENT
AIR CLEANER COVER
LATCH TAB
LOWER TABS
AIR CLEANER BODY
Never run the engine without the air cleaner. Rapid engine wear will
result from contaminants such as dust and dirt being drawn through
the carburetor into the engine.
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8. Operating environment
Always position the pump in an upright position on a firm level
surface at least 1 meter (3 feet) away from any walls or other
equipment.
At least 1 meter
(3 feet)
Do not allow the pump to tip over or fall in its side during use. If the
pump is not positioned upright or if there is not enough space around
the pump, cooling air can become restricted or the engine exhaust
may be obstructed, causing engine damage.
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9. Check that all nuts, bolts, and screws are tightened.
Check for loose bolts, nuts and screws.
Tighten the bolts, nuts and screws properly and securely, if
necessary.
10. Check the priming water.
The pump chamber should be primed with full of water before
operating.
Never attempt to operate the pump without priming water, or the
pump will overheat. Extended dry operation will destroy the pump
seal. If the unit has been operated dry, stop the engine immediately
and allow the pump to cool before adding priming water.
PRIMING WATER FILLER CAP
WATER
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5. STARTING THE ENGINE
1. Turn the engine switch to the ON position.
ENGINE SWITCH
ON
2. Move the throttle lever away from the LOW position, about 1/2 of
the way toward the HIGH position.
HIGH
THROTTLE LEVER
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LOW
3. To start a cold engine, move the choke lever to the CLOSED position.
Do not use the choke if the engine is warm or the air temperature is
high.
CHOKE LEVER
CLOSED
CLOSED
4. Press the priming bulb several times until a fuel flow in the fuel
return tube (clear plastic tube) is visually noticed.
FUEL RETURN TUBE
(clear plastic tube)
PRIMING BULB
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5. Hold the carrying handle securely and pull the starter grip lightly
until you feel resistance, then pull briskly in the direction of the
arrow as shown below.
Return the starter grip gently.
Do not allow the starter grip to snap back against the engine. Return
it gently to prevent damage to the starter.
Always pull the starter grip briskly. If not pulled briskly, sparks may fail
to jump across the spark plug electrodes, resulting in failure to start
the engine.
Direction
to pull
STARTER GRIP
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Carburetor Modification for High Altitude Operation
At high altitude, the standard carburetor air-fuel mixture will be too
rich. Performance will decrease, and fuel consumption will increase. A
very rich mixture will also foul the spark plug and cause hard starting.
Operation at an altitude that differs from that at which this engine was
certified, for extended periods of time, may increase emissions.
High altitude performance can be improved by specific modifications
to the carburetor. If you always operate your water pump at altitudes
above 1,500 meters (5,000 feet), have your authorized Honda servicing
dealer perform this carburetor modification. This engine, when
operated at high altitude with the carburetor modifications for high
altitude use, will meet each emission standard throughout its useful
life.
Even with carburetor modification, engine horsepower will decrease
about 3.5% for each 300 meter (1,000 foot) increase in altitude. The
effect of altitude on horsepower will be greater than this if no
carburetor modification is made.
When the carburetor has been modified for high altitude operation,
the air-fuel mixture will be too lean for low altitude use. Operation at
altitudes below 1,500 meters (5,000 feet) with a modified carburetor
may cause the engine to overheat and result in serious engine
damage. For use at low altitudes, have your servicing dealer return
the carburetor to original factory specifications.
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6. OPERATION
Never use the pump for muddy water, rejected oil, wine, etc.
1. If the choke lever was moved to the CLOSED position to start the
engine, gradually move it to the OPEN position as the engine warms
up.
CHOKE LEVER
OPEN
OPEN
2. Position the throttle lever for the desired engine speed.
Pump output is controlled by adjusting engine speed. Moving the
throttle lever in the HIGH direction will increase pump output, and
moving the throttle lever in the LOW direction will decrease pump
output.
LOW
HIGH
HIGH
THROTTLE LEVER
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LOW
7. STOPPING THE ENGINE
To stop the engine in an emergency, simply turn the engine switch to
the OFF position. Under normal conditions, use the following
procedure.
1. Move the throttle lever fully to the LOW position.
LOW
LOW
THROTTLE LEVER
2. Turn the engine switch to the OFF position.
ENGINE SWITCH
OFF
After use, remove the pump drain plug (see page 38 ), and drain the
pump chamber. Remove the filler cap, and flush the pump chamber
with clean, fresh water. Allow the water to drain from the pump
chamber, then reinstall the filler cap and drain plug.
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8. MAINTENANCE
Periodic inspection and adjustment of the pump are essential if high
level performance is to be maintained. Regular maintenance will also
help to extend service life. The required service intervals and the kind
of maintenance to be performed are described in the table on the next
page.
Shut off the engine before performing any maintenance.
To prevent accidental start-up, turn OFF the engine switch and
disconnect the spark plug cap.
If the engine must be run, make sure the area is well-ventilated. The
exhaust contains poisonous carbon monoxide gas; exposure can
cause loss of consciousness and may lead to death.
If the pump has been used with sea water, etc., clean it with fresh
water immediately afterward to reduce corrosion or remove
sediment.
Use genuine Honda parts or their equivalent for maintenance or
repair. Replacement parts which are not of equivalent quality may
damage the pump.
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Maintenance schedule
REGULAR SERVICE PERIOD (3)
Perform at every indicated month
or operating hour interval,
whichever comes first.
ITEM
Engine oil
Check level
Change
Air cleaner
Spark plug
Spark arrester
(applicable types)
Engine cooling fins
Nuts, bolts,
fasteners
Idle speed
First
Every 3 Every 6 Every
month months months year
Each
use
or
10 hrs.
Check
Clean
Check-adjust
or
25 hrs.
Every
two years
or
or
or
50 hrs. 100 hrs. 300 hrs.
(1)
Replace
Clean
Clean
Check
(Retighten if necessary)
Check-adjust
(2)
Valve clearance
Check-adjust
Combustion chamber Clean
Fuel filter
Clean
Fuel tank
Clean
Fuel tubes
Oil tube
Impeller
Check
Check
Check
Impeller clearance
Pump inlet valve
Check
Check
(2)
After every 300 hrs. (2)
Every 2 years (Replace if necessary) (2)
Every 2 years (Replace if necessary) (2)
(2)
(2)
(2)
(1) Service more frequently when used in dusty areas.
(2) These items should be serviced by your servicing dealer.
(3) For commercial use, log hours of operation to determine proper maintenance intervals.
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1. Changing oil
Drain the oil while the engine is still warm to assure rapid and
complete draining.
1. Check the fuel filler cap is tightened securely.
2. Remove the oil filler cap and drain the oil into the oil container by
the pump toward the oil filler neck.
FUEL FILLER CAP
OIL FILLER NECK
ENGINE OIL FILLER CAP/DIPSTICK
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3. Refill with the recommended oil (see page 13 ) and check the oil level
(see page 12 ).
ENGINE OIL CAPACITY (Disassembly):
0.08 L (0.08 US qt, 0.07 lmp qt)
The oil capacity with replaced is less than the oil capacity with
disassembled.
UPPER OIL LEVEL
4. Install the oil filler cap.
If any oil is spilled, make sure to wipe it.
Wash your hands with soap and water after handling used oil.
Please dispose of used motor oil in a manner that is compatible with
the environment. We suggest you take it in a sealed container to your
local service station for reclamation. Do not throw it in the trash, pour
it on the ground, or down a drain.
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2. Air cleaner service
A dirty air cleaner will restrict air flow to the carburetor. To prevent
carburetor malfunction, service the air cleaner regularly. Service more
frequently when operating the pump in extremely dusty areas.
Never use gasoline or low flash point solvents for cleaning. They are
flammable and explosive under certain conditions.
Never run the pump without the air cleaner. Rapid engine wear will
result from contaminants such as dust and dirt being drawn into the
engine.
1. Move the choke lever to the CLOSED (upwards) position.
2. Remove the air cleaner cover by unhooking the latch tab on the top
of the air cleaner cover and its two lower tabs.
3. Clean the air cleaner element in warm soapy water, rinse, and allow
to dry thoroughly. Or clean in nonflammable solvent and allow to
dry.
4. Dip the air cleaner element in clean engine oil, then squeeze out all
excess oil. The engine will smoke when started if too much oil is left
in the foam.
5. Wipe dirt from the air cleaner body and cover, using a moist rag. Be
careful to prevent dirt from entering the carburetor.
6. Reinstall the air cleaner element.
7. Reinstall the air cleaner cover by inserting the lower tabs, and the
latch tab.
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CHOKE LEVER
LATCH TAB
AIR CLEANER BODY
AIR CLEANER ELEMENT
AIR CLEANER COVER
LOWER TABS
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3. Spark plug service
Recommended spark plug: CMR5H (NGK)
Never use a spark plug of incorrect heat range.
To ensure proper engine operation, the spark plug must be properly
gapped and free of deposits.
1. Loosen the 5 mm hex socket bolt with a hexagon wrench, then
remove the top cover.
Do not pull the starter grip and start the engine without the top cover.
There are rotating and hot parts under the cover.
5 mm HEX
SOCKET BOLT
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TOP COVER
SPARK PLUG CAP
SPARK PLUG WRENCH
2. Remove any dirt from around the spark plug area.
3. Remove the spark plug cap and use the proper size spark plug
wrench to remove the spark plug.
If the engine has been running, the muffler will be very hot. Be careful
not to touch the muffler.
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4. Visually inspect the spark plug. Discard the spark plug if there is
apparent wear, or if the insulator is cracked or chipped. Clean the
spark plug with a wire brush if it is to be reused.
5. Measure the plug gap with a feeler gauge.
Correct as necessary by bending the side electrode.
The gap should be:
0.6−0.7 mm (0.024−0.028 in)
SIDE ELECTRODE
0.6−0.7 mm
(0.024−0.028 in)
SEALING WASHER
6. Check that the sealing washer is in good condition, and thread the
spark plug in by hand to prevent cross-threading.
7. After the spark plug is seated, tighten with a spark plug wrench to
compress the washer.
If installing a new spark plug, tighten 1/2 turn after the spark plug seats
to compress the washer. If reinstalling a used spark plug, tighten 1/8−
1/4 turn after the spark plug seats to compress the washer.
8. Attach the spark plug cap.
9. Install the top cover, and tighten the 5 mm hex socket bolt with a
hexagon wrench securely.
The spark plug must be securely tightened. An improperly tightened
spark plug can become very hot and may cause engine damage.
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4. Fuel filter service and fuel tank cleaning
Gasoline is extremely flammable and is explosive under certain
conditions. Do not smoke or allow flames or sparks in the area.
1. Check that the engine oil filler cap is tightened securely.
2. Remove the fuel filler cap and drain the fuel into an approved
gasoline container by tipping the pump toward the fuel filler neck.
ENGINE OIL FILLER CAP
FUEL FILLER NECK
3. Pull the fuel filter out through the fuel filler neck by hooking the
black fuel tube with a piece of wire, such as a partly straightened
paper clip.
4. Check the fuel filter of its dirt. If the fuel filter is dirty, wash it gently
with nonflammable or high flash point solvent. If the fuel filter is
excessively dirty, replace it.
FUEL FILTER
FUEL FILTER
5. Rinse sediment from the fuel tank, using nonflammable or high
flashpoint solvent.
6. Return the fuel filter into the fuel tank and tighten the fuel filler cap
securely.
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5. Cooling fins service
1. Loosen the 5 mm hex socket bolt with a hexagon wrench, then
remove the top cover (see page 32 ).
2. Inspect the engine cooling fins, and clean out debris if they are
clogged.
COOLING FINS
3. Install the top cover, and tighten the 5 mm hex socket bolt with a
hexagon wrench securely.
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SPARK ARRESTER SERVICE (Equipped type only)
The spark arrester must be serviced every 100 hours to keep it
functioning as designed.
If the engine has been running, the muffler will be very hot. Allow the
muffler to cool before servicing the spark arrester.
1. Loosen the 5 mm hex bolt with a hexagon wrench, then remove the
top cover (see page 32 ).
2. Remove the 4 mm screws from the spark arrester, and remove the
spark arrester from the muffler.
MUFFLER
4 mm SCREWS
SPARK ARRESTER
3. Use a brush to remove carbon deposits from the spark arrester
screen. Be careful to avoid damaging the screen.
The spark arrester must be free of breaks and holes. Replace the
spark arrester if it is damaged.
SPARK ARRESTER SCREEN
4. Install the spark arrester in the reverse order of disassembly.
When you attach the spark arrester, spark arrester’s outlet must be
opposite side of the spark plug.
5. Install the top cover, and tighten the 5 mm hex socket bolt with a
hexagon wrench securely (see page 32 ).
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9. TRANSPORTING/STORAGE
To avoid severe burns or fire hazards, let the engine cool before
transporting the pump or storing it indoors.
When transporting the pump, keep the pump level and make sure
the fuel filler cap is installed securely. Spilled fuel or fuel vapor may
ignite.
Before storing the pump for an extended period;
1. Be sure the storage area is free of excessive humidity and dust.
2. Clean the pump interior.....
Sediment will settle in the pump if it has been used in muddy or
sandy water, water containing heavy debris.
Pump clean water through the pump before shutting down or
impeller may be damaged when restarting. After flushing, remove
the pump drain plug, drain as much water as possible from the
pump housing and reinstall the plug.
PUMP DRAIN PLUG
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3. Drain the fuel......
a. Check that the engine oil filler cap is tightened securely.
b. Remove the fuel filler cap and drain the fuel into an approved
gasoline container by tipping the pump toward the fuel filler neck.
c. Press the priming bulb several times until there is no more fuel in
the fuel return tube.
d. Tip the pump toward the fuel filler neck again to drain the fuel.
e. After all fuel has drained, reinstall the fuel filler cap securely.
CHOKE LEVER
FUEL RETURN TUBE
(clear plastic tube)
ENGINE OIL FILLER CAP
PRIMING BULB
FUEL FILLER NECK
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4. Change the engine oil (see page 28 ).
5. Clean the air cleaner (see page 30 ).
6. Loosen the 5 mm hex socket bolt, then remove the top cover (see
page 32 ).
7. Remove the spark plug (see page 33 ).
8. Apply a couple of drops of clean engine oil into the cylinder.
9. Install the top cover temporarily.
10. Pull the starter grip several times to distribute the oil in the cylinder.
11. Remove the top cover, then reinstall the spark plug.
12. Install the top cover, and tighten the 5 mm hex socket bolt securely.
13. Move the choke lever to the CLOSED (upwards) position.
14. Pull the starter grip slowly until resistance is felt.
15. Cover the pump to keep out dust.
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10. TROUBLESHOOTING
When it is hard to start the engine:
In some cases, restarting of the engine may become difficult
sometime after stopping the engine because the mixture in the
combustion chamber becomes excessively rich. In such a case, carry
out the following procedures 1−4 to expel the rich mixture.
1. Turn the engine switch to the OFF position.
2. Move the choke lever to the OPEN position.
3. Keep the throttle control lever to the HIGH speed position.
4. Pull the starter grip 3−5 times.
Be sure to turn the engine switch to the OFF position.
If this operation is executed with the engine switch at the ON position,
the equipment may start to move when the engine starts, and a
personal injury may result.
Start the engine referring to the procedures described in STARTING
THE ENGINE.
Start the engine with the choke lever in the OPEN position.
When the engine will not start:
1. Is the engine switch in the ON position?
2. Is there fuel in the fuel tank?
3. Is gasoline reaching the carburetor?
To check, press the priming bulb several times.
4. Is the spark plug in good condition? (see page 34 )
Remove and inspect the spark plug. Clean, readjust gap and dry the
spark plug. Replace it if necessary.
5. If the engine still does not start, take the pump to an authorized
Honda dealer.
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When the pump cannot pump the water:
1. Is the pump fully primed?
2. Is the strainer clogged?
3. Are the hose bands installed securely?
4. Are the hoses damaged?
5. Is the suction head too high?
6. If the pump still does not operate, take the pump to an authorized
Honda dealer.
HOSE CONNECTOR
STRAINER
SUCTION HOSE
HOSE BAND
HOSE BAND
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11. SPECIFICATIONS
Model
Power equipment description code
WX10
WATJ
Dimensions and Weight
Length
Width
Height
Dry mass (weight)
325 mm (12.8 in)
220 mm (8.7 in)
300 mm (11.8 in)
6.1 kg (13.4 lbs)
Engine
Model
Engine type
Displacement
[Bore × Stroke]
Engine Net power
GX25T
4-stroke, overhead camshaft, 1 cylinder
25.0 cm (1.53 cu-in)
35.0 × 26.0 mm (1.4 × 1.0 in)
0.72 kW (1.0 PS)/7,000 rpm
(in accordance with SAE J1349*)
Engine Max. Net torque
1.0 N·m (0.10 kgf·m, 0.74 lbf·ft)/5,000 rpm
*
(in accordance with SAE J1349 )
Cooling system
Ignition system
PTO shaft rotation
Forced air
Transistor magneto
Counterclockwise
*The power rating of the engine indicated in this document is the net
power output tested on a production engine for the engine model
and measured in accordance with SAE J1349 at 7,000 rpm (Engine
Net Power) and at 5,000 rpm (Engine Max. Net Torque). Mass
production engines may vary from this value.
Actual power output for the engine installed in the final machine will
vary depending on numerous factors, including the operating speed
of the engine in application, environmental conditions, maintenance,
and other variables.
Pump
Suction port diameter
Discharge port diameter
Total head (maximum)
Suction head (maximum)
Capacity
Self-priming time
25 mm (1.0 in)
25 mm (1.0 in)
36 m (118 ft)
8 m (26 ft)
140 L (37.0 US gal, 30.8 lmp gal) /min
80 sec/5 m (16.4 ft)
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Noise
Sound pressure level at the workstation
(EN809: 1998/AC: 2001)
Uncertainty
Measured sound power level
(2000/14/EC, 2005/88/EC)
Uncertainty
Guaranteed sound power level
(2000/14/EC, 2005/88/EC)
Tune up
ITEM
Spark plug gap
Valve clearance
(cold)
Other specifications
2 dB (A)
100 dB (A)
2 dB (A)
102 dB (A)
SPECIFICATION
MAINTENANCE
0.6 − 0.7 m m
Refer to page: 34
(0.024−0.028 in)
IN:0.08±0.02 mm
See your authorized
EX:0.11±0.02 mm
Honda dealer
No other adjustments needed.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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86 dB (A)
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