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Carb adjustments for weedeater model gb1 22v

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If the blower has ran ok in the past but now not so good I doubt it is the adjustment to the carburetor, I would suspect bad fuel or old fuel first. Empty the blower of gas, pump the primer ball until all of the fuel is pushed through the carb and back to the tank. Add fresh fuel with a premium grade oil (I use gold spectra) and try it again, carburetors typically do not get out of adjustment. I own a 125 BT and have never had any trouble with it other than skunky fuel left over from the previous season.

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