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Mixture screw problem

I have a ryobi rlh1100a lawn hornet and i wanted to know what both mixture screws had to be adjusted to.
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This is confusing sorry. There are two screw, outside one and an inside one. Do I:

a) Screw them all the way in and then both out 1 & 1/2 turns

b) Screw them all the way in, outside 1 turn and inside 1/2 turn

c) Screw them all the way in, inside 1 turn and outside 1/2 turn

d) e) f) all of the above but screw them all the way out and then turn back in

Thanks for your help

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You can start them at 1 & 1/2 and go from there

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