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Have a 1 1/2 old Toro 51932 Weedeater that recently stopped running after immediately turning on. Is the weedeater at the end of its life or can this be repaired?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: My weedeater won't run in 'run'.
Sounds like the carburetor needs adjusting. The owners manual should show you how to adjust the carburetor. If not, I would take this to the place of purchase and ask them to repair or replace it.
It should be under warranty for at least 2 years. I have had the same problem and when the carb would not adjust to run properly. I took it back and got a new one . This was at lowes and they were really great about it. If you decide to return it, clean it up real good.
In california we have different regs on outdoor power equipment and can adjust the idle only. The carbs are different for the rest of the US.
They can usually be adjusted, If not take it back. You deserve to get what you pay for without problems like this.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
Check your carburettor mounting screws,they might be loose and it would mean the engine is
getting to much air and it would leak gas. Stephen
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
If it is not REEKING of unburned gas, likely the idle circuit in the carb is fine, but your high-speed jet/pintle seat is caked with crud...
If it was stored with fuel in it, you are going to find that nothing short of a rebuild on the carb is going to help you. :( Luckily, if you are handy many of these smaller diaphragm type carbs can be rebuild with tweezers, slot screw drivers, needle-nosed pliers, can of spray carb cleaner and a rebuild kit from any hardware shop. All told you're going to at most spend $16 bucks. If the engine is otherwise sound with all the work you put into replacing lines, fuel pickup/filer/stainer, the carburetor rebuild route will perk it right up. Good luck!
Posted on May 09, 2010
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