Question about Weedeater Garden
Just bought this off E-Bay, advertised as new but had been sitting up for a long time. The fuel lines ae all in good shape and in tack. The unit is veryhard to start and bogs down and dies with throttle. If I slowing ramp up the throttle it will gwt to full power but if I go to fast from idle to full throttle it dies. I have another identical trimmer that is alost 5 years old. Ive never even changed the plug on it and it starts and runs fine
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like the air screws need adjusted on the carburator. If there are 2 the one with the L above needs to be turned althe way to the right but not to tight and then backed out 1/2 turn to left. The one with the H anove it do the same except back it out 1 and 1/4 turns to left. If it only has 1 screw dot he same but back out 2 complete turns. Hope this helps?
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Posted on Sep 15, 2009
Testimonial: "Thank you, worked great!"
Metering diaphragm in the carburetor is weak. It is going to need a rebuilb.
Has any tune up work been done on this unit lately?
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
Testimonial: "i figured it was something in the carb. thanks for narrowing it down."
Sorry but I have the same problem, did everything you did plus bought a new carb. I think these are just a bunch a ****. I have Ryobi electric tools which are okay but I am NEVER going to buy a buy Ryobi gas product again>
Posted on Jul 24, 2010
You have two adjustment screws on the carb, one is for adjustment the mix at idle and the other under throttle conditions. You can tune the engine by ear. Refer to your manual for which screw is which. If you don't have it you can figure it out by letting the engine idle and give one of the screws a half turn (CC or CW doesn't matter) if that affects the idle condition readjust that screw back to the original position and proceed to adjust the other screw with the throttle full pressed. You will be able to hear the engine lean out or when it runs too rich, simply listen to the engine for when it starts to rev properly.
Posted on Jun 29, 2011
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