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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Need to replace fuel filter
Fuel filter is located inside the fuel tank. You have to make a hook out of about 10" of stiff wire (wire coat hanger works perfect) Hook end should be about 1/2" wide. Remove the fuel cap, insert the wire hook and snag the fuel supply tube with the filter attached to the end. Pull it back through the fuel filler opening, replace the filter and reinsert.
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
have you checked air filter? the carb may need adjusting. locate the adjustment screw(s) , screw them all the way in then back out 1-1/2 turns. try to start the engine. then let me know what happens.
Posted on May 17, 2009
if you've ran it for any length of time you will need a new cylinder and piston/rings and cylinder gasket ,
take the muffler off and look for scoring /scorching on the piston
Posted on Oct 21, 2009
Set the lowend & highend needles to about 1 3/4 to 2 turns each. Choke the carb or prime it, until the carb is wet. Fire up the engine and let it warm up. Let's set the topend first since it's the easier of the two. Go to full throttle. Adjust the topend needle for peak RPM. Leave it wide open for about a minute to see if it changes any. Should the engine go lean, open the lowend needle slightly, if this dosen't work... you will have to adjust the needle valve inside the carb.( I will explain this later) If the topend runs OK, then slowly pull the throttle down until the engine begins to "four cycle" hold the throttle there. Adjust the lowend needle until the "four cycling" barely stops. Now lower the throttle more until it "four cycles" again, and adjust the lowend again. Keep doing this until you reach full idle. Now, from full idle begin to throttle up until the engine starts to bog or hesitate. Open up the lowend needle just enough to eliminate the bog or hesitation.
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Posted on Oct 23, 2009
Is the new gas some you just mixed up from the gas station or is from the can in the garage? If it is indeed fresh then you are looking at needing the carburetor adjusted. Sorry you can not do it yourself, The epa only allows qualified technician to adjust them. Plus the tool to do so are not available to the general public.
Posted on Oct 31, 2009
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