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I need to find a needle and seat for carburator.

I can not find carburetor parts for this china built gas power washer. It run pretty good. Need a needle valve and seat.

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Assume you are referring to a fuel needle valve on the carburetor Get name off of engine and/or carb. Ask Google for spare parts. If that fails, take parts to family owned outdoor equipment store. Bribe them to bring out carb rebuild kits till you find one that matches. If they are any good, they can look at the engine/carb and pull the right kit

Posted on Nov 22, 2013

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    Joe Worrall Nov 22, 2013

    I have already tried both suggestions in depth. Ethonal gas screwed the fuel needle valve.

  • Karl H Nov 24, 2013

    Usually the seat and needle are metal. Alcohol should not have affected the metal. Even if it did, try to clean off all corrosion or deposits with steel wool. If that won't work, the next bet is to take it in to the outdoor equipment store, see if they can rebuild or replace carburetor. In just about all cases, fuel powered equipment should not be stored with fuel in the tank.

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