Question about Poulan Pro 22inch 625 Series Briggs Stratton Gas Powered Side DischargeMulch Front Wheel Drive SelfPropelled Lawn Mower With High Rear Wheels PR625Y22SHP
The carbs on small engines have numerous jets which clog very easily. If you are able, remove the carb and soak it in a carburetor cleaning solvent......make sure to remove the gaskets or purchase a gasket kit before you soak. Remove the carb from the cleaner and let it dry. Reinstall.
You may want to check the fuel lines and primer bulb while you are at it. Good luck and I hope this helps.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is a common problem with snow blowers becuase they set around more then they get used and the gas gets stale and cloggs up the carb. First thing to try is remove the bolt that holds the carb bowl on and clean it. It should have 1 or 2 holes through the side close to the bottem and 1 hole about half way up. If this doesn't do the trick you need to remove the whole carb disassemble and soak it in carb cleaner.
Posted on Jan 07, 2010
If your mower is 2 cycle than there is a mixture, if it is 4cycle than there is no mix. Call your local repair shop and give them model number and they can assist you or call the place where you purchased the unit.. Good Luck....
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
SOURCE: Just bought a used poulan
Hi! I'm going to throw some possibilities out there and some may sound stupid but I want to cover all of our bases and they are arranged in order of the most likely cause of the problem and in order of the troubleshooting teps you should take.
Posted on May 29, 2011
Hi, when you say you cleaned the carb, did you strip it down and blow all the jets out with compressed air? If so, check that you have fuel flowing into the carb. If all this is ok check the valve clearances. Regards Phil.
Posted on Jun 25, 2012
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