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I just bought this lawn mower about 7 months ago and now it does not want to start I add yes to the carburetor then it starts and it dies within 2 to 3 minutes


Hi Ricardo:
Sounds like a PITA when you want to get the lawn cut.
These machines usually love to keep working so probably not a big deal. Since it starts you know (hope) it's just a fuel flow problem.
I'd start by doing basic maintenance:
- Clean the air filter
- Clean or replace the fuel filter
- Change the oil
- Check the spark plug
- Drain the carb
- Fresh gas
Give it a try. If it still gives problems let me know the details by comment on this post.
Cheers

Oct 14, 2015 | Garden

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What kind of sealer is recomended to seal exterior joins on my stirling 2007 poptop van?.


I'd use some time of silicone sealer. If contacting metal, use neutral cure type. There are various colours available, and even a type which is paintable (common silicone sealer does not take paint).

You can get a good edge by using masking tape either side of the seam first. Smooth the sealer down with a finger dipped in soapy water.

Jun 07, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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Even though i have rebuilt the carb on my husqvarna 240e saw its a zama carb and it still isint doing right it will crank up and give it gas and it dies, a person told me that the 2 cycle carburetors have...


It will be set at base settings, you will need to fine tune from there, the mixture screwsrequire a special tool to adjust them part no. 530035560 the screw heads have a star not a screw driver slot, max free running speed should not exceed 12500 +- 500 rpm they are not the easiest machine to tune due to the X Torque cylinder design.

Apr 15, 2011 | Husky Husqvarna Chain Saw 240E w 16in bar

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How do I remove the rear window


The installation itself was fairly easy, mine is an extended cab so I had to remove the seatbelt shoulder strap screw before I could get to two of the nuts on each side and I had to remove the rear seat which is fairly straight forward, with a little tugging it lifts out. You'll also have to pull down the headliner to get at the top nuts. I used a painters multi-tool to break the seal of the old Butyl tape working my way around until I could pull the window out. The hardest part is getting the old butyl tape off of the truck, I scraped it off with a plastic putty knife and then used 90% rubbing alcohol and a rag to take it off. It worked but man was it tedious. I did make the mistake of installing the window before I installed the trim piece around it. Don't make that mistake. It can't be done, I had to start over with fresh butyl tape. Install the trim first, It consists of 5 of the same small bolts that hold the window in place and a few built in retaining clips. Once you get all of that in the window itself is a snap, set the Butyl tape in place and install the new window back into the old bolt holes and tighten down. Oh yeah, the butyl tape comes in various sizes, I called a window guy and he said to use 1/4 inch. Hope this helps you. Good luck

Mar 03, 2011 | 1999 Ford F150 Regular Cab

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How do i remove and replace my wind shield in my 1985 ford pickup


Removal & Installation

You'll need Windshield Installation Kit E0AZ-19562-A, or equivalent urethane installation kit, and a helper.

  1. Remove the windshield wiper arms.
  2. Remove all windshield exterior mouldings and retainers.
  3. Using a electric knife, T70P-42006-A or equivalent, insert the blade under the edge of the glass. Cut the butyl seal as close to the inside surface of the glass as possible. Wear gloves. Have your helper sit in the vehicle, place his/her feet against the top of the windshield and gently, but firmly push outward while you support the glass.
  4. Temporarily position the replacement glass in the windshield opening using spacers to prevent glass to metal contact.

Adjust glass side to side to the best glass-to-A-pillar weld flange overlap position and adjust the lower spacers if necessary for proper positioning at the top. A minimum butyl tap-to-glass contact of 3/16 inch (4.8mm) on A-pillar, 3/8 inch (9.5mm) on header and cowl is required around the perimeter to assure proper retention and a waterproof seal. Mark this location with a crayon on the outside surface of the glass and a corresponding point of the glass opening. Remove the glass and clean the inside surface thoroughly.

To install:

  1. Start at the side of the glass opposite the original butyl splice and place the 5/16 inch (8mm) butyl furnished in the kit on the top of and in a position that assures the 3/16 inch (4.8mm) minimum contact with the glass on the existing butyl remaining on the pinch weld flange.

Do not allow the new butyl to overhang the edge of the existing butyl and do not stretch the butyl or bridge the corners of the windshield opening.

  1. Carefully splice the two loose ends of the new butyl. The cut line of the splice must taper downward toward the outboard side of the vehicle.
  2. Using a clean brush, apply the glass primer (supplied with the kit) around the cleaned inside surface and the edge of the glass in the area that will contact the butyl seal. Allow at least 5 minutes drying time.
  3. Place the glass in the opening aligning the crayon marks.
  4. Firmly press the glass against the butyl with hand pressure and check to assure that the 3/16 inch (4.8mm) contact between glass and butyl is achieved. A dull spot indicates an area where the butyl is not contacting the glass surface. Apply additional pressure to seal these areas.
  5. From outside the vehicle, apply liquid butyl sealer around the entire edge of the glass.
  6. When the liquid sealer has has skinned over in approximately ten minutes, water test the installation.
  7. Install the moldings and wiper arms.


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Windshield exterior moldings, 1980-86



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Windshield moulding removal tool, 1980-86



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Butyl tape installation, 1980-86



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Butyl tape installation, 1980-86

Oct 29, 2010 | 1985 Ford F150

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How do I install new quarter glass on a Dodge Dakota? I got the glass plus trim from a salvage yard, but can't see how to access the bolts on the inside of the truck. Looks like I need to remove interior...


Yes, my 2003 dodge durango required a phillips screw driver, and a large (#45 or 50?) torx for the seatbelt connection. other than that I was able to remove the snap in panels and head liner with my hands. some of them unsnap at the top, and then slide them up to disengage the tabs. just use good judgment. the glass is held in with ten, 10mm nuts. the glass will be stuck with butyl caulk, but careful use of a putty knife should get it loose. be very careful not to cut your hands on broken glass ! use gloves ! clean the old butyl from the pinch weld with a plastic putty knife.

Oct 17, 2009 | 2000 Dodge Dakota Quad Cab

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Pioneer 4 way ts a6970 what are their wattage


  • 330W MAX.
  • 6" x 9" (16 x 24cm) woofer / 66mm cone midrange / 18mm dome tweeter
  • IMPP composite cone woofer
  • Butyl rubber sound for smoother response
  • Glass-imide voice coil bobbin for higher power handling capabilities

Oct 06, 2009 | Pioneer TS-A6970E Car Speaker

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How to wire 12 in sub 1252 infinity


http://www.rockfordfosgate.com/rftech/woofer_wizard.asp
go here put in your specs and you have your answer :]

Oct 04, 2009 | Infinity Reference 1252W Subwoofer - 12"...

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