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I have an ancient snowblower the "barrel-like" muffler of which screws directly into the side of the engine and is rusted into place. Have tried spraying where the threads enter the side of the engine with "Liquid Wrench" and, later, WD-40, lightly tapping the inlet pipe with a wrench while spraying so that the vibration will help the liquid penetrate, but I still can't get the muffler/pipe to unscrew even a millimetre. Can anyone give me some tips? Have heard that "naval gel" is good for such situations, but searching for that turns up nothing on hardware chain search engines. Thanks
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
use an impact wrench it will hit the nut so fast it will loosen it befroe the engine car turn over
Posted on Mar 21, 2010
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If the plug is wet your fuel air mix is too rich. Increase the air in the mix and you should be fine. To increase the air adjust the screw on the side of the carb.
Posted on Oct 03, 2010
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Hi, your problem my lie with the carburetor. There is what is called a needle valve that is regulated by a spring loaded rocker. This assembly may be out of adjustment causing your motor to starve for fuel when there is higher demand. These items are small and require a steady hand to disassemble and reassemble. Most carb rebuild kits come with the specifications that you require to make this adjustment. Hope this helps!
Posted on Nov 16, 2010
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