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Gas is not passing through the carporator

The connector of gas tank pipe and corporator is not allowing gas to go in carporator, may be it is clogged.

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Most carbs have a filter in the inlet of the carb. Also the float could be sticking the needle and seat not allowing fuel flow.

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Insuficient gas. Could me many reasons for that:
1. The fuell cap is clogged with dust and won't allow air to get in when gas is getting out so it creates some kind of vacuum. To verify that try riding with the fuell cap open a little bit ( not locked ).
2. If you have a fuell filter this one could be clogged as well
3. if you have a manual switch for gas this one also could be clogged.
4. The fuel pipe from tank or the pump ( if you have one imersed in the tank ) could be clogged.
Try taking out the inlet fuel hose and blow some compressed air in to remove out the eventually dirt from it. Also look inside the tank to see if you have any dirt.

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I am installing a MHU45LP heater in my cottage. What will I need for the gas hookup to a 100# propane tank and is a regulator required??


Yes, you will need a regulator at the tank that can handle the maximum Btu Output of the heater. In addition to that, you also need enough 1/2" Flexible Copper Gas piping to run from the tank valve to the heater. In the line passes through a brick, cinder block or concrete wall, the gas line MUST be sleeved with either Black Iron Pipe or Rigid PVC Pipe. You'll also need assorted flair nuts and connectors.. As well as , a Inline Gas Shut Off Valve within a minimum of 2' from the heater. You will alos need a pipe bender for flexible copper pipe.

Having a friend who has a lot of knowledge and tools for installing gas appliances (running lines, making leak-less connections, etc) really helps.

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My grill is not getting as hot as it needs to. It starts but stays at a low heat regardless of setting.


The problem is with you 20lb LP tank. Turn the gas valve off on the top of the tank. Unscrew the grills hose connector and remove it for 3 to 4 minutes. Reattach the hose connector to the gas tank and turn the tank back on very very slowly. That should solve your problem. If you turn your tank off after each use, be sure t turn it on very very slowly each time.

The reason for this, is that all tanks are now required to have an OPD Valve, which limits over filling it. However, many times if you turn the tank on other than I described above, it will lockup the grill's gas regulator only allowing a small amount of gas to the burners.

In addition, you may want to remove the burners to make sure they are not clogged with insect nests.

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My reliance sta-kleen 502 is leaking. The water is dripping on top of the pilot light, extinguishing the flame . Please advise me with step by step instructions to diagnose and attempt fix this myself....


If you have a leaking water heater there is a serious problem.
http://waterheatertimer.org/Water-heater-leaking.html
Page shows how to limp along on a leaking water heater if your water heater needs replacement.

One of three things is causing the water:
1) Loose water connection on top of tank that is dripping down inside tank >> check pipes on top of tank.

2) The vent is clogged or not working correctly causing condensation inside flue pipe.
Condensation water is dripping back down inside tank.
Problem means possible CO poisoning if gas is not venting.
Look at vent pipe to see if joints are corroded.
Use long fireplace match > light match and put into draft hood at top of tank and see if smoke goes up.
Put hand at draft hood opening when water heater turns on to see if vent gas enters home.
Do same test when furnace turns on to see if furnace vent is pushing back into water heater.
Does water heater vent inside same pipe as furnace? You may need to set up separate vent for water heater if furnace gasses are pushing back into home.
Check furnace vent for obstructions.
Look at vent stack top of home to see if hood is in place.
Check if bird nest is built inside warm vent pipe.
Improper flue is top priority for getting fixed so vent gasses properly escape home.
You may have to call a plumber.
Professional plumbing forum:
http://www.thetankatwaterheaterrescue.com/forums/forum3/

3) Your water heater is rusted out.
A rusted tank has to be replaced.
It cannot be repaired.
However, before replacing tank, you do not want a tank failure where tank ruptures and water runs inside home until water is shut off.
This will cause major damage.
Protect yourself first.
Turn off water valve above tank.
Move gas knob to 'pilot' so burner is not heating water.
Open tub spout on hot side to relieve pressure on tank so it will not rupture.

Now you're protected.
Link above shows how to limp along on failed tank until you can replace heater.

You need a new gas water heater from Lowes or Home Depot
Look at label on side of you tank for gallons and btu's of your water heater.
Measure height to flue pipe so you get same height water heater, so pipes don't have to be changed.
You need a pipe wrench and teflon tape which will be wrapped on each pipe thread when pipes are reassembled.

Step1) Drain water heater using valve at bottom of tank.
http://waterheatertimer.org/Water-heater-will-not-drain.html

2) Turn off gas valve going into heater.
When gas valve is perpendicular to gas line, then gas is off.
Dissemble gas line to water heater.

3) Disconnect flue pipe and support flue pipe with wire so it doesn't not fall down. Flue pipe joints should be held together at each joint with 3 screws.

4) Turn off water. Shut off valve is on COLD side.
Disconnect water pipes.

5) Move old water heater out of way.

6) Set new water heater in place. Put water heater in drip pan.

7) Connect water pipes >> cold goes to side marked cold.
Hot to hot.
Buy new flexible water connector pipes at home center for easy installation of water pipes.

8) Connect gas line exactly as it was connected before.
Home center sells flexible gas line connector for easy installation of gas line.
To test for gas leak after installation, mix liquid soap with water and put around gas line joints to see if there are bubbles.
Natural gas has less pressure than water lines, so gas pipes are easy to seal with ordinary wrench.

9) install TP pipe that runs to floor. Use old one off old heater.

10) Fill tank completely with water until water is coming out of tub spout.

11) Turn on gas, and light pilot as shown in manual.
New gas heater sometimes have small water leak when first fired up, so ignore a bit of water.

12) Save water heater manual like it is gold, and read everything in manual.

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2wd truck ran out of gas. Filled it, it ran for about 5 km then died. Tried putting gas into carb, ran for a bit, then quit. Obviously not getting gas. Where is the fuel filter located, or is there a fuel...


The filter may have been clogged and thus not allowing the fuel to pass and may be the float pin in the carburator float chamber may also have clogged if dirt has passed along.
To find out where the fuel filter is, trace the fuel (gas) pipe from the tank to the fuel pump to the carburator.
I guess the filter should be somewhere between the tank.
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I just purchased a 1996 thundercat which hadnt been started for about a year. i put gas in it a new battery and new spark plugs. But for somereason the bike isnt getting any gas even when i pull on the...


Check the feed pipe for gas from the tank to the petcock and thn frm petcock to the carburators, probabely it may have clogged with rust having stayed tht long .
You can also by pass it and fill the carburtors with gas and thn try to start it .
After trying to by pass the petcock and still you dont get gas into the float chamber thn you will have to clean the carburator there may be obstruction (dirt ) around the float pin.

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There is a system for removing vapors from your fuel tank to protect the environment.
As u use up gas, the tank has more space to accomodate vapor from the gas. When u fill up, this could expand out thru the gas filler pipe and in the air, and be potentially dangerous.
So there is a pipe that leads from your tank to a charcoal canister. A pressure sensor reads the excess pressure in your tank, then opens an electrically controlled valve to allow the vapor to pass thru the charcoal canister, cleaning out the dirty pollutants, and releases the gas into the atmosphere.
A faulty gas cap means that the pressure sensor never reads any pressure and tells the computer that the valve has not opened. The computer then throws up a code indicating an evap leak.

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1) After shutting off the water and gas or power supply to the tank, connect a hose to the drain valve at the bottom of the tank, open the valve, and run it to a nearby drain or outdoors. Use two wrenches to unscrew the inlet and outlet fittings from the top of the tank. 2) For a gas water heater, shut off the gas inlet valve and use two wrenches to disconnect the union or flare fitting between the gas supply pipe and the inlet valve. Also remove the flue hat that expels gasses into the flue at the top of the tank. 3) After removing the old unit, set the new one in place with the controls and burner accessible. Allow at least 6 inches of clearance around its perimeter, and keep it away from flammable materials. Use a level to check it for plumb; shim the base with pieces of asphalt shingles or plastic wedges. 4) Wrap the threads of the heat trap fittings with pipe-wrap tape, and screw the fittings into the water heater (blue into the cold water inlet and red into the hotwater outlet). Be sure the arrows marked on the fittings point in the direction of water flow. 5) Install new flexible connectors on the water inlet and outlet pipes. If there is no shutoff valve on the cold water side, install one before connecting the water heater. After all connections are complete, open the shutoff valve to fill the tank. While it is filling, open several hot water faucets in the house to bleed off air in the pipes. 6) Assemble the gas pipes as shown. Spread pipe dope on the threads, and screw together the parts, tightening them with one pipe wrench on the pipe and another on the fitting. Follow the manufacturer's instructions for connecting the unit with gas supply tubing. After turning on the gas, test all connections by brushing soapy water on them and watching for bubbles.

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