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How do you remove the bowl off of the nikki carburetor 146-0630 that has the altitude adjustment knob on the bottom of the bowl that is on an Onan 4.0 generator in my RV

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SOURCE: We have an rv with a onan emerld I set generator

Is your generator wired in to an automatic switchover in the motorhome, or do you have external plug in on face of generator, or near it. The power from the generator needs to be attached one way or another to the motorhome. It may be as simple as plugging the cord from motorhome into it, depending on what set-up you have.

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SOURCE: I have an Onan generator

Give me some more information about this problem. May be i can help.

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Quite often it's just a matter of draining the old gas from your carburetor bowl and cleaning the bowl. It's also a good idea to clean the float hinge pin.

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Hello Johnnie Thomas,

If GASOLINE is allowed to STAND it can VARNISH things together!

Either you have a stuck (or obstructed) valve seat...
(on the business end of your float)...

or the float ITSELF no longer floats
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In principle the float bowl acts exactly like a "TOILET TANK"

When the fuel DROPs below the IDEAL level, the float (also drops) & the pressure released from the fill valve
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Most carburetor kits include a new needle valve...
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I have a Tecumseh OHV130 206810C. It sat idle for 2 years and was gummed up. Cleaned everything up but can only get it to run by spraying gas into the air intake. Could there be a fuel pump problem an


You follow the hose from the bottom of you fuel tank right to the fuel pump. If you don\'t have a pump, that same hose will go to your carburetor. Either way disconnect the hose from the carburetor. Put a can under hose and turn over engine. If gas flows your pump is OK. Next remove bowl off bottom of carburetor, ( with can under bowl), I believe you will find crap & water in the fuel bowl. I would drain all fuel from tank, hoses, and pump. Clean fuel bowl , you may need new bowl gasket, put in fresh fuel, try to start. Water in the fuel is a very common problem when you hear NO START. Caution when dealing with fuel, remember SAFETY, SAFETY, SAFETY, and did I forget to mention SAFETY. GOOD LUCK FRIEND.

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1st off your car doesn't have a carburetor, it is fuel injected and will compensate for any altitude change up to 5,000 feet, here is what u need to do.
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