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Two turns out to two in half turns out try that MOPAR KENNY

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Weedeater will idol but won't run - it will cut off when you try to give it gas


To begin with, let's start with the basics.
  1. Are you using fresh gas? If not, you need to get some. If there is any old gas/oil mixture in the machine, remove it by pouring it into some sort of container.
  2. If want to purchase a gas/oil mixture already mixed, a store like Home Depot or Lowes has quart cans at the correct mixures. 50:1 / 40:1 etc. and it's Leaded gasoline usually 91 octane.
Weedeaters will lose their carburetor adjustment over time because of vibration or the fuel mixtures may change. The carburetor settings are crucial for the machine to run properly.
Not all carburetors are the same, but which ever one you have, you will need a special adjusting tool to do this. You can find adjusting sets locally or here. https://www.amazon.com/HIPA-Carburetor-Adjustment-Including-21-Teeth/dp/B01FAAKN7E/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1467833656&sr=8-3&keywords=carburetor+adjusting+tool

Not To do this process, you will need to identify the 2 special

adjusting screws on the top or side of the carburetor.
The screws are highlighted as HI and LO. The HI allows fuel adjustment for the weedeater at full throttle. The LO is for the adjusting the idle.

Try these steps:
1. Adjust both screws clockwise until just seated (tight) using the correct tool (from a set similar to the one above)
2. Rotate the HI screw 1 1/2 turns counter-clockwise
3. Rotate the LO screw 1 turn counter-clockwise
4. Start the machine.
5. When it's running (spitting, coughing...) adjust the LO screw a 1/4 turn either way until you get a smooth idle.
6. Pull handle to run at full throttle. If the engine is sputtering then it's getting too much fuel....adjust the HI 1/4 turn clockwise checking to see if the engine runs smoother.
7. When you get the weedeater running smoothly, there are no further adjustments to be made. Just make sure you are using FRESH gas/oil that hasn't been sitting longer than 30 days.
Good Luck!




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How do i adjust the carburetor high and low mix on a weedeaterblower fb25..


Initial start adjustment is 1 full turn out on both low and high side.

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Saw will start but will not idle


Someplace near the carburetor should be an idle mix screw and an idle speed screw. There may also be a high-speed mix screw. Try turning the idle speed screw in 1/4-turn at a time until it idles. If you turn it too far, the clutch will always be engaged so the blade will never stop.

Once you get it to idle, adjust the idle mix screw in or out 1/4-turn at a time until it idles at the highest speed. Turn the mix screw in JUST until the idle speed starts to drop a little, then back it out 1/4 turn.

Now adjust the idle speed screw again until it idles smoothly at a low enough speed that the blade stops.

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Stihl f5 55r dies when giving gas - gas vent problem?


Sounds like a carburetor adjustment issue. Try turning the screw closer to the engine, on the carburetor, SLOWLY in small increments in a counter-clockwise direction, and squeeze the throttle between moments letting it settle back to idle until it will accelerate and run. Then, fine tune it; the more you go in, the less fuel mix and the leaner the idle, the more you come out, the richer it gets and the response should pick up.

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I have an ariens snowblower, it starts but when i put it in the run position it stumbles and conks out


Hello,
My name is Dane and I am going to assist you in solving your problem.

The first thing I would check is to check your spark plug isn't fouled and then make sure your gas cap is venting properly. If the vent gets clogged, the tank will actually get a vacuum built up and no gas will flow to the Carburetor. The next time the machine does this, loosen the gas cap enough to allow air to get in the tank, and then retighten. If it runs fine, the vent was clogged. You have to clean out the vent or get another cap.

If your fuel is mixed with oil, make sure it is mixed correctly. Too much oil in the mix will cause problems. Make sure you haven't left old fuel in it for a long period of time and gummed those jets up. Sometimes an engine just needs to run with good fuel in order to clean the jets out. If this is the case, just replace the fuel, get it running and work it normal for a tank of fuel if you can. You should see improvement by then.

If it still doesn't run correctly, you will have to adjust or clean the Carburetor. One thing to remember: If your engine has run fine in the past, you probably have a clogged Carburetor. If it hasn't ever ran right, you should adjust the high-speed jet.

If you need to clean the Carburetor, you will probably need to remove, disassemble, soak, and use compressed air to blow out the jets in your carburetor. Pay close attention to how the carburetor is attached to the engine. Make a drawing if you need to or take some pictures. Remove the Carburetor from the engine. Remove the air filter, linkages, throttle/choke cables and fuel line. Remove the mounting bolts/nuts. You will need to disassemble the carburetor as far as possible and put it in some Carburetor cleaning solution. You can get this at any auto parts store. Do not place rubber parts in the solution. Allow it to soak in cleaner as directed, and then blow out the ports and jets with compressed air immediately after you take it out of the cleaning solution. Be careful not to get any spray back on your skin or in your eyes. Reinstall the Carburetor in the reverse order. Replace any worn or torn gaskets or o-rings as you assemble and reinstall it.

If you need to adjust the high-speed mixture setting on your Carburetor, turning the screw out just 1/2 turn or so should do the trick. It is not so hard to adjust the Carburetor, however you do need a special tool that is very hard to get your hands on. They don't make many engines with plain screw heads on the jet screws anymore. The newer Carburetors are factory set lean so they can pass emission standards. If you have a local dealer, they should adjust the mixture for a couple of bucks. If you can adjust the screw, start the engine, allow it to warm up, and apply full throttle. Start backing off the screw just until the engine gets max RPM. That's it. You're done.

Just a TIP: Always mix your fuel with an approved fuel stabilizer. Fuel begins to go bad after a few months and that's why many people have fuel problems in the spring.

I hope I've helped. Thank you! Dane

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Engine runs, but dies or does not accelerate properly----I have already done everything in the manual, new plug, check and clean/replace ect


Hello,
My name is Dane and I am going to assist you in solving your problem.

The first thing I would check is to check your spark plug isn't fouled and then make sure your gas cap is venting properly. If the vent gets clogged, the tank will actually get a vacuum built up and no gas will flow to the Carburetor. The next time the machine does this, loosen the gas cap enough to allow air to get in the tank, and then retighten. If it runs fine, the vent was clogged. You have to clean out the vent or get another cap.

If your fuel is mixed with oil, make sure it is mixed correctly. Too much oil in the mix will cause problems. Make sure you haven't left old fuel in it for a long period of time and gummed those jets up. Sometimes an engine just needs to run with good fuel in order to clean the jets out. If this is the case, just replace the fuel, get it running and work it normal for a tank of fuel if you can. You should see improvement by then.

If it still doesn't run correctly, you will have to adjust or clean the Carburetor. One thing to remember: If your engine has run fine in the past, you probably have a clogged Carburetor. If it hasn't ever ran right, you should adjust the high-speed jet.

If you need to clean the Carburetor, you will probably need to remove, disassemble, soak, and use compressed air to blow out the jets in your carburetor. Pay close attention to how the carburetor is attached to the engine. Make a drawing if you need to or take some pictures. Remove the Carburetor from the engine. Remove the air filter, linkages, throttle/choke cables and fuel line. Remove the mounting bolts/nuts. You will need to disassemble the carburetor as far as possible and put it in some Carburetor cleaning solution. You can get this at any auto parts store. Do not place rubber parts in the solution. Allow it to soak in cleaner as directed, and then blow out the ports and jets with compressed air immediately after you take it out of the cleaning solution. Be careful not to get any spray back on your skin or in your eyes. Reinstall the Carburetor in the reverse order. Replace any worn or torn gaskets or o-rings as you assemble and reinstall it.

If you need to adjust the high-speed mixture setting on your Carburetor, turning the screw out just 1/2 turn or so should do the trick. It is not so hard to adjust the Carburetor, however you do need a special tool that is very hard to get your hands on. They don't make many engines with plain screw heads on the jet screws anymore. The newer Carburetors are factory set lean so they can pass emission standards. If you have a local dealer, they should adjust the mixture for a couple of bucks. If you can adjust the screw, start the engine, allow it to warm up, and apply full throttle. Start backing off the screw just until the engine gets max RPM. That's it. You're done.

Just a TIP: Always mix your fuel with an approved fuel stabilizer. Fuel begins to go bad after a few months and that's why many people have fuel problems in the spring.

I hope I've helped. Thank you! Dane

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Gas blower won't start. It will start for about 15 seconds then turn off. It takes awhile to restart but will not stay running. I just put in a new spark plug and still no difference. Maybe I need to...


Hello,
My name is Dane and I am going to assist you in solving your problem.

The first thing I would check is to check your spark plug isn't fouled and then make sure your gas cap is venting properly. If the vent gets clogged, the tank will actually get a vacuum built up and no gas will flow to the Carburetor. The next time the machine does this, loosen the gas cap enough to allow air to get in the tank, and then retighten. If it runs fine, the vent was clogged. You have to clean out the vent or get another cap.

Make sure the fuel is mixed correctly. Too much oil in the mix will cause problems. Make sure you haven't left old fuel in it for a long period of time and gummed those jets up. Sometimes an engine just needs to run with good fuel in order to clean the jets out. If this is the case, just replace the fuel, get it running and work it normal for a tank of fuel if you can. You should see improvement by then.

If it still doesn't run correctly, you will have to adjust or clean the Carburetor. One thing to remember: If your engine has run fine in the past, you probably have a clogged Carburetor. If it hasn't ever ran right, you should adjust the high-speed jet.

If you need to clean the Carburetor, you will probably need to remove, disassemble, soak, and use compressed air to blow out the jets in your carburetor. Pay close attention to how the carburetor is attached to the engine. Make a drawing if you need to or take some pictures. Remove the Carburetor from the engine. Remove the air filter, linkages, throttle/choke cables and fuel line. Remove the mounting bolts/nuts. You will need to disassemble the carburetor as far as possible and put it in some Carburetor cleaning solution. You can get this at any auto parts store. Do not place rubber parts in the solution. Allow it to soak in cleaner as directed, and then blow out the ports and jets with compressed air immediately after you take it out of the cleaning solution. Be careful not to get any spray back on your skin or in your eyes. Reinstall the Carburetor in the reverse order. Replace any worn or torn gaskets or o-rings as you assemble and reinstall it.

If you need to adjust the high-speed mixture setting on your Carburetor, turning the screw out just 1/2 turn or so should do the trick. It is not so hard to adjust the Carburetor, however you do need a special tool that is very hard to get your hands on. They don't make many engines with plain screw heads on the jet screws anymore. The newer Carburetors are factory set lean so they can pass emission standards. If you have a local dealer, they should adjust the mixture for a couple of bucks. If you can adjust the screw, start the engine, allow it to warm up, and apply full throttle. Start backing off the screw just until the engine gets max RPM. That's it. You're done.

Just a TIP: Always mix your fuel with an approved fuel stabilizer. Fuel begins to go bad after a few months and that's why many people have fuel problems in the spring.
I hope I've helped. Thank you! Dane

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Won't start; its a troy bilt 2 stage snow throwe-storm 2410.. Changed the gas, and spark plug. Still no luck. Bought this last year, brand new.


Hello,
My name is Dane and I am going to assist you in solving your problem.

The first thing I would check is to check your spark plug and then make sure your gas cap is venting properly. If the vent gets clogged, the tank will actually get a vacuum built up and no gas will flow to the Carburetor. The next time the mower does this, loosen the gas cap enough to allow air to get in and then retighten. If it runs fine, it was clogged. You have to clean out the vent or get another cap.

Make sure the fuel is mixed correctly. Too much oil in the mix will cause problems. Make sure you haven't left old fuel in it for a long period of time and gummed those jets up. Sometimes an engine just needs to run in order to clean the jets out. If this is the case, just replace the fuel, get it running and work it normal for a tank of fuel if you can. You should see improvement by then.

If it still doesn't run correctly, you will have to adjust or clean the Carburetor. One thing to remember: If your engine has run fine in the past, you probably have a clogged Carburetor. If it hasn't ever ran right, you should adjust the high-speed jet.

If you need to clean the Carburetor, you will probably need to remove, disassemble, soak, and use compressed air to blow out the jets in your carburetor. Pay close attention to how the carburetor is attached to the engine. Make a drawing if you need to or take some pictures. Remove the Carburetor from the engine. Remove the air filter, linkages, throttle/choke cables and fuel line. Remove the mounting bolts/nuts. You will need to disassemble the carburetor as far as possible and put it in some Carburetor cleaning solution. You can get this at any auto parts store. Do not place rubber parts in the solution. Allow it to soak in cleaner as directed, and then blow out the ports and jets with compressed air immediately after you take it out of the cleaning solution. Be careful not to get any spray back on your skin or in your eyes. Reinstall the Carburetor in the reverse order. Replace any worn or torn gaskets or o-rings as you assemble and reinstall it.

If you need to adjust the high-speed mixture setting on your Carburetor, turning the screw out just 1/2 turn or so should do the trick. It is not so hard to adjust the Carburetor, however you do need a special tool that is very hard to get your hands on. They don't make many engines with plain screw heads on the jet screws anymore. The newer Carburetors are factory set lean so they can pass emission standards. If you have a local dealer, they should adjust the mixture for a couple of bucks. If you can adjust the screw, start the engine, allow it to warm up, and apply full throttle. Start backing off the screw just until the engine gets max RPM. That's it. You're done.

Just a TIP: Always mix your fuel with an approved fuel stabilizer. Fuel begins to go bad after a few months and that's why many people have fuel problems in the spring.
I hope I've helped. Thank you! Dane

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Trimmer will only run for a few secs then dies out


Sounds like you will need to clean your carburetor.
Sometimes you can get by with priming it a few times, and letting it
run a few times like that and it will flush the gunk out of the jets,
but most of the time you will need to rebuild the carburetor.
If the mower is over a couple years old, then I also recommend that you
buy and install a new carburetor repair kit, because the diaphragm will
get hard and that will cause it to be hard to crank.
When you clean your carburetor and remove the jet screws, count the
number of turns it takes to seat the jets from their original position.
That way when you go to put the jets back in, you know how many turns
they were in/out.
Please do not forget to rate me, Thanks
Good Luck, I hope this helped

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Ryobi 4stroke brush cutter, fading on full throttle


This running pattern often indicates a lean fuel mix.

Unfortunately, with today's environmental hysteria, you probably will not be able to adjust the carburetor enough to get it to run better. If you do have any carburetor adjustment available, try turning the screw (the high speed screw, if there are two) counter-clockwise a bit. This will allow more gas into the mixture. Most small engines today have limiter caps that prevent very much carburetor adjustment.

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