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404 - PAGE NOT FOUND
ERROR 404 - PAGE NOT FOUND

Why am I seeing this page?

404 means the file is not found. If you have already uploaded the file then the name may be misspelled or it is in a different folder.

Other Possible Causes

You may get a 404 error for images because you have Hot Link Protection turned on and the domain is not on the list of authorized domains.

If you go to your temporary url (http://ip/~username/) and get this error, there maybe a problem with the rule set stored in an .htaccess file. You can try renaming that file to .htaccess-backup and refreshing the site to see if that resolves the issue.

It is also possible that you have inadvertently deleted your document root or the your account may need to be recreated. Either way, please contact your web host immediately.

Are you using WordPress? See the Section on 404 errors after clicking a link in WordPress.

How to find the correct spelling and folder

Missing or Broken Files

When you get a 404 error be sure to check the URL that you are attempting to use in your browser.This tells the server what resource it should attempt to request.

http://example.com/example/Example/help.html

In this example the file must be in public_html/example/Example/

Notice that the CaSe is important in this example. On platforms that enforce case-sensitivity example and Example are not the same locations.

For addon domains, the file must be in public_html/addondomain.com/example/Example/ and the names are case-sensitive.

Broken Image

When you have a missing image on your site you may see a box on your page with with a red X where the image is missing. Right click on the X and choose Properties. The properties will tell you the path and file name that cannot be found.

This varies by browser, if you do not see a box on your page with a red X try right clicking on the page, then select View Page Info, and goto the Media Tab.

http://example.com/cgi-sys/images/banner.PNG

In this example the image file must be in public_html/cgi-sys/images/

Notice that the CaSe is important in this example. On platforms that enforce case-sensitivity PNG and png are not the same locations.

404 Errors After Clicking WordPress Links

When working with WordPress, 404 Page Not Found errors can often occur when a new theme has been activated or when the rewrite rules in the .htaccess file have been altered.

When you encounter a 404 error in WordPress, you have two options for correcting it.

Option 1: Correct the Permalinks

  1. Log in to WordPress.
  2. From the left-hand navigation menu in WordPress, click Settings > Permalinks (Note the current setting. If you are using a custom structure, copy or save the custom structure somewhere.)
  3. Select  Default.
  4. Click Save Settings.
  5. Change the settings back to the previous configuration (before you selected Default). Put the custom structure back if you had one.
  6. Click Save Settings.

This will reset the permalinks and fix the issue in many cases. If this doesn't work, you may need to edit your .htaccess file directly.

Option 2: Modify the .htaccess File

Add the following snippet of code to the top of your .htaccess file:

# BEGIN WordPress
<IfModule mod_rewrite.c>
RewriteEngine On
RewriteBase /
RewriteRule ^index.php$ - [L]
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d
RewriteRule . /index.php [L]
</IfModule>
# End WordPress

If your blog is showing the wrong domain name in links, redirecting to another site, or is missing images and style, these are all usually related to the same problem: you have the wrong domain name configured in your WordPress blog.

How to modify your .htaccess file

The .htaccess file contains directives (instructions) that tell the server how to behave in certain scenarios and directly affect how your website functions.

Redirects and rewriting URLs are two very common directives found in a .htaccess file, and many scripts such as WordPress, Drupal, Joomla and Magento add directives to the .htaccess so those scripts can function.

It is possible that you may need to edit the .htaccess file at some point, for various reasons.This section covers how to edit the file in cPanel, but not what may need to be changed.(You may need to consult other articles and resources for that information.)

There are Many Ways to Edit a .htaccess File

  • Edit the file on your computer and upload it to the server via FTP
  • Use an FTP program's Edit Mode
  • Use SSH and a text editor
  • Use the File Manager in cPanel

The easiest way to edit a .htaccess file for most people is through the File Manager in cPanel.

How to Edit .htaccess files in cPanel's File Manager

Before you do anything, it is suggested that you backup your website so that you can revert back to a previous version if something goes wrong.

Open the File Manager

  1. Log into cPanel.
  2. In the Files section, click on the File Manager icon.
  3. Check the box for Document Root for and select the domain name you wish to access from the drop-down menu.
  4. Make sure Show Hidden Files (dotfiles)" is checked.
  5. Click Go. The File Manager will open in a new tab or window.
  6. Look for the .htaccess file in the list of files. You may need to scroll to find it.

To Edit the .htaccess File

  1. Right click on the .htaccess file and click Code Edit from the menu. Alternatively, you can click on the icon for the .htaccess file and then click on the Code Editor icon at the top of the page.
  2. A dialogue box may appear asking you about encoding. Just click Edit to continue. The editor will open in a new window.
  3. Edit the file as needed.
  4. Click Save Changes in the upper right hand corner when done. The changes will be saved.
  5. Test your website to make sure your changes were successfully saved. If not, correct the error or revert back to the previous version until your site works again.
  6. Once complete, you can click Close to close the File Manager window.
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Honda Engine Repairs

Honda Engine Repairs

Most Honda engine repairs are a direct case of improper maintenance.   When the Honda Engine won’t be used for extended periods of time, you should drain the fuel and let the machine run until all of the fuel in the tank has been used.  Then turn off the fuel valve off to avoid having problems with the float in the carburetor.  You should also make sure that you run Antifreeze  through the pump system so it doesn’t freeze and damage your pump!

 

The Top Ten Honda Engine Repairs

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Problem: Engine won’t start or hard to start.

* Fuel tank empty, shutoff valve closed, fuel line or fuel tank cap vent clogged.
* Water in fuel.
* Carburetor over choked.
* Carburetor improperly adjusted or needs service. Need Honda Engine Repairs.
* Ignition system, wiring defective, ignition switch or timing off.
* Cutoff switch open or defective.
* Spark plug fouled, improperly gapped, or damaged.
* Engine compression is poor.

Problem: Engine starts easily but dies.

* Fuel tank empty, shutoff valve closed, fuel line or tank cap vent clogged.
* Carburetor over choked.
* Carburetor needs adjustment or service. Need Honda Engine Repairs.

Problem: Engine idles roughly, unevenly, or surges.

* Carburetor dirty.
* Air leak in carburetor or intake manifold.
* Carburetor improperly adjusted or needs service. Need Honda Engine Repairs.

 

Problem: Engine misses.

* Spark plug fouled, improperly gapped, or damaged.
* Breaker points are pitted or improperly gapped, breaker arm sluggish, or condenser is bad.
* Carburetor adjustment or service. Need Honda Engine Repairs.
* Fuel line, fuel filter, fuel tank cap vent clogged, or fuel shutoff valve partially closed.
* Valves not adjusted properly or valve springs weak.
* Exhaust ports blocked (2 stroke).

Problem: Engine knocks.

* Magneto not timed properly.
* Carburetor set too lean.
* Engine has overheated.
* Carbon buildup in combustion chamber.
* Flywheel loose.
* Connecting rod loose or worn.
* Cylinder worn.

 

Problem: Engine vibrates excessively.

* Engine not mounted securely.
* Blade or other driven equipment unbalanced.
* Crankshaft bent.
* Counterbalance shaft not timed correctly.

Problem: Engine lacks power (after warm-up).

* Old gas, bad spark plug, very thick/dirty oil.
* Choke partially closed.
* Carburetor needs adjustment or service. Need Honda Engine Repairs.
* Ignition not timed correctly.
* Air filter clogged.
* Lack of lubrication.
* Valves not sealing properly.
* Piston rings not sealing properly.
* Head loose or head gasket blown or damaged.
* Exhaust ports blocked (2 stroke).

Problem: Engine operates erratically, surges, and runs unevenly.

* Fuel line or tank cap vent is clogged.
* Water in fuel.
* Fuel pump defective.
* Governor not set properly, sticking, or binding.
* Carburetor needs adjustment or service. Need Honda Engine Repairs.
* Loose carburetor/intake pipe.

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Problem: Engine overheats.

* Magneto not timed properly.
* Carburetor set too lean.
* Air intake or cooling fins clogged.
* Shroud or blower housing missing.
* Excessive load.
* Too much or too little oil.
* Improper oil viscosity (4 stroke) or mixture (2 stroke)
* Valve clearance too small.
* Excessive carbon buildup in combustion chamber.

Problem: Crankcase breather passing oil.

* Too much oil in crankcase.
* Engine speed excessive.
* Oil fill cap or gasket damaged or missing.
* Breather mechanism dirty or defective.
* Piston ring gaps are aligned.
* Piston rings are worn.

Problem: Engine backfires.

* Carburetor set too lean.
* Magneto not timed correctly.
* Valves sticking.

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