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Makita instructions how to adjust valves on a makita bbx7600ca

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    Dennison Digges Nov 27, 2013

    fires right up but will not blow hard and then it dies. put new plug filter cleaned fuel line and crab. shop said the valves may need to be adjusted anyone know how to adjust them?

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Did you try running it on half choke ? does it run anybetter ? also how old is the gas ? were the diaphrams nice and flexible in carb or stiff ?

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