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Huskvarna model 141le wants to run full throtle all time

Carb has been rebuilt and problem is the same. starts good and will idle until you give it the gas a couple of times then full throtle problem begins again

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Adjust H,L and T from the carb.When the engine is warm check the spark from the sparkplug:It has to be a strong violet spark(not flame).Disassembly the carb and carefully clean it.Check the fuel pump(it should be tighten not bended),Check the fuel filter and air filter.;the gas tank ventil and the fuel hose.
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