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My Ryobi leaf blower RY9050 is hard to start and once it does it bogs down when the trigger is pulled. Any Ideas?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i know what u guys got going here. you proably left it i the garage over winter with gas in it. maybe not. anywho, there is a diaphgram in the carb that pumps the fuel in via vibartions of the motor. poor design alont ith fuel filterINSIDE AND AT ONE END of the gas tank. anywho, this diaphgram is ruptured, and i bet there's also gas coming out os the carb and dripping off the choke selector?
this is a job for a small engine mechanic
Posted on May 31, 2009
If the fuel lines, spark arrestor, sparkplug and carb check out OK, (as mine did) and if it will rev up with the choke partially on, here's the fix:
There is a small plastic plug pressed into a slightly larger brass plug located in the body of the carburetor, surrounded mostly by the white plastic primer housing (between the fuel in and out hose connections). Pry out the plastic plug with a pick and you will find the high-speed adjustment needle. You'll have to back it out a bit to richen the mixture. Using a tiny screwdriver, start the engine and find the point where the engine runs at maximum speed (don't leave it here as you could run the risk of running the engine a bit on the lean side, causing premature cylinder wear). Then, back out the screw a bit more until the engine speed starts to drop a bit. Try revving the engine a few times with the throttle trigger and if it's nice and responsive, you're all set.
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
Thats a lean condition. Check fuel lines and fuel filter. If the fuel ilnes are discolored or stiff or really super mushy, If the fuel filter has become detatched from the fuel line then the fuel lines need to be replaced.
If the carb can be adjusted you can try to adjust but its likely that the carb should be rebuilt with new diaghrams and gaskets.
Adjust by turning the low speed screw out ( counterclockwise) 1/2 a turn. The low speed screw is always the one closest to the motor and usually marked on the carb body with an 'L'. When you richen a motor up the idle will drop so you will probably have to turn the idle screw in 1/2 a turn. 1 and 1/2 turns out from light bottom is standard starting point ( 2 turns for poulan products). If you get more than 3 and 1/2 turns out on the low speed screw or if turning the screw has little or no effect then the carb should be rebuilt.
Posted on Dec 13, 2009
I have had this exact same problem with the same model after just one hours use.
Returned it a week later and after 2 months the replacement did the same thing.
Returned that one and got a third. A week later that ones doing the same thing again after only an hour or so use.
Obviously some defect in them.
I'll be getting my money back and visiting the local mower center to get their help rather than doing the guess work my self and ending up with a dodgy model
Posted on Dec 24, 2009
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