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I Don't think you could go wrong with that, Its one small 2 cycle oil mix bottle to 1 gallon of gas.

Posted on May 27, 2009

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Overheating 18 hp


Im not sure how this applies to the "Measuring tools" category but it could be caused by a restricted exhaust or poor lubrication. I use nothing but premium oils such is Echo, Stihl, Amsoil and Lucas in my equipment. They run great, never gum up and never let me down.

Mar 03, 2014 | Briggs & Stratton Measuring Tools

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DYI Stud Finder


If you don't have the cash to shell out for a new stud finder, or just don't feel like heading to the store for a single item, try this little trick instead. Get a strong magnet, the stronger the better, and gently run it over the wall you want to find the studs in. Your magnet will be attracted to the metal screws, showing you right where your studs are. If you have a weak magnet, then tie it on a string and hold it by that. You'll see the reaction rather then feel it. If your using an old neodymium magnet from a scavenged hard drive, you'll feel the very obvious tug whenever it reaches something metal.

A little searching showed I'm not the first person to think of this, but it's not a trick that's been broadcast very much. Most of the time a search for "finding a stud without a stud finder" will get you results that tell you to tap the wall and listen for the echo. That trick doesn't work with all walls, or even all studs. So next time, grab a magnet.

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Engine will note run. runs when starter fluid is quirted into carb


Water in the gas is #1 problem. Gas floats on water that is sucked into gas tank daily, nightly, and inbetween from expansion and contraction of the gas tank. It even gets into gas cans same way. The water fills the carb bowl and gas line first and any more in the tank is ready to takes it's place. I got where I just position the engine so the gas tank outlet is in a downward position, unscrew the bowl nut just enough to cause it to leak. I put a shallow clear glass bowl beneath it to collect the outcome. Water will be evident floating beneath the good gas. sometime there is 3-4 oz and sometimes much more. When it appears there's no more water I retighten the nut and soon back in business

Sep 06, 2013 | Measuring Tools

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Honda generator leaking gas from carborator


that is your fuel drain screw so if you get any water in your carb you can drain it and it was loose thats why gas drained out of it

Dec 16, 2012 | Briggs & Stratton Measuring Tools

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Gas ran out of sparkplug hole


If you had raw gas in the cylinder to where it poured out of the plug hole you most likely have a carburator problem. Inside the carburator is a float and needle, the float pushes the needle into a seat when the bowl is full of gas so no more gas will flow into the bowl or the engine. If the float won't float or the needle is damaged or has dirt between it and the seat the gas will continue to flow into the carburator and on into the engine. If enough gas gets into the cylinder the starter won't be able to turn the motor over. You should also check your oil, usually when gas gets into the cylinder it runs into the crankcase and thins the oil to where it will damage the motor if run for any length of time.

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17 hp briggs smoking badly . found oil in gas. took head off cleaned valves and piston. took off carb and checked float. checked breather seems ok. starts right up. littlesmoke then more as it warms up...


The only way oil can get into gas is if someone adds oil to the gas! Drain gas tank. Put Clean gas in and try it then. Oil in gas usually fouls the plug so if it doesn't run by now, check the firing in the plug.

Dec 16, 2011 | Measuring Tools

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What is the ratio of gas to oil?


You can run it with a 50:1 ratio. 1 gal gas to 2.56 oz. two stroke oil.

Jan 16, 2010 | Measuring Tools

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Sprocket won't turn with bar and chain in place. Turns freely with bar off.


It's possible that you have the anti-kick brake on or you have the chain adjusted too tight. The guard in front of the top handle should be all the way back to release the brahe. Hope this helps you

Oct 16, 2009 | NRS Oregon Bar And Chain Set For Echo...

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Stale Fuel in gas tank


go to any auto parts store and get one of the products they have to remove the gum in the carburator and line. Some of the products are simply poured into the gas tank along with some fresh gas. good luck.

Jan 16, 2009 | Generac Measuring Tools

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Broken bolt that holds chain bar in place


As you know, your chain saw is obsolete, However, go to this website and they will have what you need:


http://www.cmsmallengines.net/echo-kioritz-c35.html


Good luck.

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