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Stihl blower - full throttle it stalls out. low speed ok. have replaced fuel line, spark plug.

Stihl blower - full throttle it stalls out. low speed ok. have replaced fuel line, spark plug.

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Check your muffler screen for being plugged, this will cause it to not accelerate
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Your carburetor needs cleaned or you need a carb. kit depending on how old the carb. parts are. If you need tips on carb. cleaning, feel free to ask.

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I have a 130 BT leaf blower. It will not run at full speed. It starts and idles just fine. When I speed up, there is an increase in rpm but no where near 7500.


Here is the parts manual, incase you didn't have it.
http://www.mediafire.com/download/1dr01bcdwhik7im

have you checked the exhaust.?? If the Muffler is blocked then it will hinder the running of the machine as the exhaust gasses wont be able to escape. Check it isn't 'carboned' up and that the exit of the muffler isn't damaged. I've had it on Stihl engine where the exit on the exhaust was dented in, hindering the flow of exhaust gassed.

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My stihl whipper snipper loses power and cuts out when i try to rev and apply throttle.


With 2 strokes I always start with 'AIR' 'FUEL' 'SPARK' from the sounds of it the choke might be stuck on (choking the motor ha ha) also check the air filter, You have fuel and its moving through but the fuel filter might be slightly clogged. As its starting and going on low your spark unit is ok but you might need a new spark plug.

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How do I replace a fuel primer build on the Stihl BR600 blower/


Disconnect the spark plug wire from the spark plug and ensure it can't come in contact with the spark plug. Removal of the spark plug wire removes any possibility that power can be supplied to the engine of the blower during the repair.

Remove the screws that hold the air filter cover in place. Remove the air filter cover and air filter. Remove the air filter housing from the side of the machine. Removal of these components allows you access to the primer bulb, fuel line and carburetor.
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Pumping the primer bubble while the engine is running should cause the engine to over fuel and stall (if the tuning is correct). Sounds like its not fueling enough, pumping the primer is forcing fuel through the carb causing the engine to pick up rev's, but this is soon exhausted which is why it wont rev on the throttle.
* Check that the fuel line is not damaged and drawing in air. (if this is intact try the next step)
* Strip and clean the carb. Replace any diaphrams if needed.
* Check gaskets seal between carb, air filter and cylinder.

Just out of curiosity what standard carb settings did you use.?

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Blower bogs down and kills at full throttle


Check the following, then clean or replace:
  • Fuel Filter - Located IN the fuel tank
  • Spark Plug
  • Spark Arrestor - at muffler port, creates resistance of exhaust flow, engine then bogs
  • Carburetor - may need a rebuild kit
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Won't run at full speed continuously. Cycles speed up and down even at full throttle.


Check and make sure the exhaust outlet is totally open. If it has a metal gauze screen slide it out and wash with carby cleaner and replace.
Blocked exhausts are common problem in 2 stroke engines because users run the motor too slow and it ( + oily residue) carbons up the exhaust. With a blocked exhaust, usually the moror will start and idle pretty ok but will screw up when you try to run at full revs.

In Australia we get mud wasps building nests in there - a quick poke out of the mud and she's running full throttle again.

ps. Don't fiddle with the 2 mixture screws - unless your know what you are doing. You will only make it worse!!.

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If you have the TB2BP EC Troybilt backpack and it bogs down or begins to stall out at full throttle with choke in FULL OPEN try the following:
1. Do the simple stuff first, Check spark plug, air filter and clean or replace if necessary.
2. Remove air filter cover, open choke and spray out the carb with carb cleaner.
3. Inspect carb and look for a flat surfaced screw with a small V notch on the side of it. It will be on the top side just forward of where the fuel lines connect. If you find it don't waste any more time looking for the High and Low fuel adjustment screws (there aren't any) this is the only adjustment other than the throttle adjustment screw you'll find.
4. Start your blower allow time for it to warm up and advance choke as far open as you can without stalling motor (mine just suddenly wouldn't run in anything other than full choke).
5. With motor running, adjust the screw to improve operation. Depending on your initial choke setting you may have to adjust, open choke to next position and fine tune.
6. Note- clockwise reduces fuel to carb, while counter clockwise increases it (if it's stalling when you attempt to throttle up it's starved for fuel) I'm sure there's a tool designed so that some tech can charge you 100.00 to turn the adjustment screw 1/4 turn but I found that a pair of fine needle nose pliers did just fine. Pay attention to original position of the V notch and what adjustments you make ( I tend to make 1/4 turns and fine tune from there) so you can always go back to your starting point. Note I'm not a technician so I can't say this the fix for your machine but it worked on mine.

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