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Kawasaki KE100 over revving

I have a 92 KE100 that will start but it will run at top speed ,not idle correctly. The idle adjuster doesnt have any effect up or down .
The throtle cable isnt stuck. I swapped the carb and it does the same thing. It had been running fine. What is causing the problem?

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Clean your carburator, incl. bowl and most important the jet located in the rigth side of bowl. Good luck

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