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Ryobi EX26 dies when hot, won't start, then when cool starts

My ryobi ex26 acts like it vapor locks. It runs OK until hot then dies and won't start until it cools. Then it happens over again.

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This sounnds too good to be true, but believe it!

The next time you run the trimmer and it starts to die, loosen the gas cap. It should start to run again. This means that the gas cap is clogged. Either clear the gas cap or buy a new one. This should solve the problem.

If you need further assistance, just let me know.

Jim

Posted on Jul 03, 2009

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    Jim Parker Jul 06, 2009

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    Jim Parker Nov 26, 2009

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It could be the coil going out. Once it gets cool it will start up fine but when it overheats it will quit.

Posted on Jul 06, 2009

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