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Cleaned and rebuilt carb
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
primer bulb on weedeater will not return to normal or **** gas into it. new primer bulb. lines to tank have been repalce and can blow through them but primer bulb will not push air into tank
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
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that adjustment is a cap the real screw is under that cap/1/4 turn thing.
u need to pop it off or drill it out to get to the real screw. its a safety thing so as not to run it to lean and burn up the motor. lean it out a little at a time, i mean a little like 1/16 of a turn, test and adjust again if needed.
Posted on Oct 21, 2009
The most common air leak problem on redmax or any 2 cycle engine will be found between the gasket between the cylinder and crank case. One person mentioned the blower runs fine for 15 minutes or so, then bogs down. Here is what is happening: the air leak from the cylinder gasket is causing a leaner gas to air mixture, thus causing the motor to run hotter. As the engine overheats, the aluminum piston expands against the chrome plated walls of the cylinder, causing the piston rings to get tight. Thus, more friction, in turn, causes the piston to not move as freely up and down in the chamber. If you keep running it like this you will damage the cylinder walls, the piston and the bearings. Remedy: The best thing to do at first sign of this problem is to purchase the cylinder gasket, the oil seals on the crank side and the fly wheel side, and the gasket kit that comes with the intake, muffler, and insulator gaskets. Replacing all of these gaskets at the first sign of bogging down after the motor heats up will extend the life of your blower. We have 18 of these blowers, and in every case where the crew leaders were complaining of the blower working fine for the first 15 minutes between job sites, this was the problem and the remedy.
Posted on Dec 11, 2009
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