Question about ECHO, Inc. PB-251C Handheld Blower
Which lines go wheere to the carb?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
What model blower is it? It should have two or three fuel lines going to the tank. One pulling fuel from the tank, with the filter on the end of it. The second one is a return line from the primer, and the third ,If their is one is the vent line.
Make sure when replacing the fuel lines that you do it one at a time so as not to confuse the pick up and discharge hoses.
The primer, when it has the hoses connected correctly, will have SLIGHT pressure when being depressed. If the hoses are crossed, the primer will be very difficult to push down and will NOT spring back up, it will stay "stuck" down for a few seconds.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 04, 2010
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when the carb was "rebuilt" Did you pull out the screen and clean it out and also did you pull needle and diaphragm out and clean it out good, because if the needle is not working or the neoprene tip is swollen your needle adjustment will be out of whack,sometimes carb cleaner will make it swell up to where it won't open enough to get fuel through it....suggest you replace the needle and adjust your height of the tab to flush with the body of carb and make sure you have a good diaphragm in it along with new check-valve diaphragm, then make sure your primer is hooked up right ..it should be pulling fuel through the filter to carb and through carb and back to tank,your problem is definitely in the fuel system, keep trying different things you will figure it out
Posted on Jun 15, 2011
check your muffler screen for being plugged, this will cause it to not accelerate
Posted on Nov 19, 2011
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