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I changed my grips and in doing so my throttle cables have moved. the idle is loose though the throttle is not bad. was wondering how to adjust cables.


There should be an adjuster in each cable just below the throttle assembly. Push the adjuster cover up to get to the adjusters. Loosen each adjuster lock nut. Adjust the throttle cable first. Adjust it until it has just a bit of freeplay in the cable. As you attempt to twist the throttle, you should feel a little freeplay before you feel the throttle start to open. Then adjust the idle cable the same way. When finished, lock the lock nuts so the adjustment doesn't change. Now, twist the throttle wide open and release it. The throttle should snap closed. If it doesn't, you may have to loosen the two bolts that hold the two switch housings together and slide the assembly down towards the end of the handlebar about a quarter of an inch. Try the throttle assembly again at half throttle. It should snap shut. If not, continue until you find out why. If the throttle does not work correctly, loss of control of the machine could result and the rider could be injured or killed. Make sure the throttle works properly.

If you move the throttle switch housing down on the handlebar, check the rear brake light. If it is on continously, you must move the front brake master cylinder down against the switch housing. Loosen the bolts and slide it down towards the switch housing as far as it will go.

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The throttle cables aren't adjustable. Make sure the other end is on the trigger correctly and that it is routed through the handle and the engine cover correctly. Also, make sure the throttle shaft and throttle plate (inside carb) are free and easy in their movement with the throttle cable off. The engine idle speed adjusting screw may be in too far also. Back it all the way out and then back in with the throttle closed Once the speed screw touches the throttle lever (what you hook cable into) on the shaft, give it about 2 turns in. This is about all you can do. If the cable is stretched badly (rare), it would need to be replaced.

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The owners manual for my Ryobi 210 describes carburetor adjustment but the photos do not show which screw is the idle mixture adjuster.


The Low speed adjustment screw is the one marked as "L" and would be adjusted during:
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2. Acceleration - to transition from Idle to High Speed.

The High speed adjustment screw is the one marked as "H" and would be adjusted during:
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The final screw is an Idle Set screw. This screw sets the actual speed of the Idle and is the screw attached to the end of the throttle cable as it terminates at the carburetor. Turning it:
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Remove the air cleaner and watch the throttle arm on the carburetor while operating the throttle trigger--suspect that the trigger assembly has acquired sawdust and dirt sufficient to limit proper travel of the trigger mechanism. Careful notes as you dis-assemble the trigger will help get it back together properly. There is little except proper maintenance to prevent debris accumulation in the trigger mechanism. Note: air leakage behind the carburetor can also cause high idle speeds--make sure the carburetor is fastened securely and that there are no flaws in the gaskets and heat insulator located behind the carburetor. Hope this helps!

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Ryobi cs30 starts fine, but idles way too fast after warm up. I mean screaming fast. Throttle return works fine and idle adjustment is set at it lowest.


you need to take your air filter off and look into the throat of the carbruetor to see if the ""Butterfly""
is still intact and working not the choke butterfly its the one closest to the engine that moves with the throttle and be sure it is still there and moves as you move the throttle.... open is horizontal and closed is not quite 90 Degrees. check to see it is tight and in the center if the throat when closed.
you may have to remove the carb. to see it function more clearly
make sure the throttle cable is free and not binding any where and to be sure of its adjustment to allow the throttle to return to the idle position.
lubricate the cable from the trigger to carb. wd 40 is ok.
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