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How can I find the proper settings for the carburetor? I rebuilt it and need a starting point to go from. I forgot where the settings were!
Please give suggestions for a Tecumseh CA-632176 . It is on a older Craftsman Tiller # 917.299369 serial # 0710w22284

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    Jim London May 11, 2010

    Hi, I always use 3 turns out as a starting point. I think on that carb you have the mains on the bottom of the fuel bowl and an Idle mix. Use the choke at full plate if you pulled the cable from the fitting. Let me know how it works out for you and I can help you tweak it.

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