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On off switch,for gas,,,,where is the choke????

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If it is efi then you will not have a choke as it is electronically controlled

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When I pull my choke out to full,it won't stay out.And is the on,off switch supposed to click to turn on?


Mine did the same thing in addition the choke was very hard to pull out manually. My solution was to remove the cover and blast the linkage choke and switch linkage thoroughly with WD40. Then manually work the choke in and out and the switch up and down till it feels acceptable. You will not get it as easy as it should have been from the factory but it will be a lot better.
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1. set on/off switch to on, 2.prime it first, push the bubble about 6x 3. pull the choke all the way out, 4.pull trigger and string simultaneously 5. push in choke halfway try again, pull choke back out and etc. should start after repeating steps 4 and 5 3x or 4x when it does start, pump the gas at half choke then let it idle untill it stops push in choke all the way and it should start. don't forget to check the safety bar in front of the handle usually works with most gas operated tools

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Dont know how to start my honda cb 350


First- turn on the gas. wait for it to get to the carb. Next switch on- close the choke, give 1/4 throttle, Kick it - if it's a no start after about 4 kicks - open the choke and give 1/2 throttle and close the gas.(your flooded)- 4 more kicks and check the spark plug for wet fuel or dry. If dry- dip the business of the plug in fuel and try again. Still no start- replace the plug.

If all that fails- you can disconnect the ignition switch and that will separate the wiring from the ignition- be careful here because you can not shut it off with the switch it can be killed with the choke or pull off the ignition wire to the spark plug.

Still no start, do a compression test as it needs at least 80# to fire.

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How to start?


You first have to make sure there is gas, oil mix in the gas tank. Then make sure the switch is set to run. You have to make sure the choke lever is closed on the choke position and pull the cord. When it tries to start open the choke slightly until it warms up about 30 seconds then open the choke fully.

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How to start a Ryobi Gas trimmer CS26 RY26500B? I


turn switch to on possition press primer bulb 5 to 7 times choke pull rope then turn choke off

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Trimmer will only run in choke position


You have a few possibilities. Make sure you have good fresh gas in the tank. You're not getting enough gas, so choking helps get more gas than air, making it run better. Could be the carb diaphram (not very expensive if you replace yourself), when they get old they don't perform like they should. Could be the filter in the gas tank is bad, plugged. Also might be just an easy adjustment on the carb Low, and High speed screws. The choke has three positions, full choke, partial choke, and no choke, which means run position.

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It wont start


First, make sure that the gas mixture is correct (gas and oil mixed in the right proportion). Next, press the primer bulb 3-4 times, turn the choke lever on to Full Choke, and pull the starter cord until the engine seems like to wants to start, but dies. Next, switch the choke lever to Half Choke and start the gas trimmer, giving it gas by pulling on the trigger. Once it has warmed up fully, you may be able to reduce the Half Choke to No Choke, although my 20+ years of experience with dozens and dozens of models tells me that many trimmers run better, although smoking slightly, when you keep them at Half Choke. One last tip, when pulling the cord, try pushing the trimmer away from you with the opposite hand at the exact same time that you are pulling the starter cord--the equal and opposite push-pull technique may sound like something from karate (and it is, in a way), but it is really helpful when trying to start trimmers. Best of luck, Bill

PS: Check you owner's manual (at home or online) for the proper gas/oil mixture. Empty any old gas out and replace the spark plug, if required.

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Will run with full choke engaged but shuts off when switched to half choke. what is the problem? Is it gas problem?


It may be bad gas. The only way to know is mix up some fresh fuel mixture. Get as much of the old gas out of the trimmer and put the fresh in. It may also need the carburetor rebuilt because the diaphragms have gotten stiff over time and are not pumping fuel like they are suppose to.
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