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Weedeater revs up and dies. Has done this for the last several years.I've put new carb kit in cleaned muffler and adjusted carb air mix screws 11/2 turns each. Will run without muffler but as soon as you put it back on it starts the same old thing.

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Hows the muffler held on? screws? and if so, how many? are they (if multiple screws) the same length? If not, change the holes that they go into. It may be an interference problem

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