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What are the factory settings for the "Hi" & "Lo" Carb Jets for the Husqvarna 125L (Weed Trimmer). 1 turn out, 1/2 turn out, etc. Can't get to idle at all, have idle screw all the way in and does nothing, can only keep running if revved up

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Find L on your carbruetor and turn it clockwise 1/4 turn to see what difference it makes
it should begin to idle by itself?
zama carb. 1 turn out from closed
walbro 1and 1/4 from closed settings are only preliminary

Posted on Jun 14, 2009

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The idle screw is just that, for idle. The second screw is for high speed. I'm not real familiar with this motor. Try turning the second screw in or out slowly but not to far, you'll want to make sure you still maintain good throttle response. Hope this helps

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