My Ryobi RLT26SDNB will not continue to run. It seems like it choles all the time
New spark Plug, Fresh petrol /Oil Mix (fresh), Run you ???????by Nulon (easy start spray). Before the run you "insert profanity here" it would not start at all. With that product it starts but it appears to either cut out within 5 sec or once it did about 60 seconds and was under load. The throttle does not seem to be useful or consistent.
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It would be carburetor problem. Probably needs cleaning and need new gaskets and diaphragms. If you have the same problem as we do in the USA is the Chinese Ruixing company doesn't supply these items. Most of these carburetors are Zama clones and sometimes a shop can match up the gaskets but not all the time as there are differences.
If have the Ruixing H142A-26 then can use the Zama GND 12 kit
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make sure your fuel is fresh and mix at 50:1
then remove the muffler and try to start it holding the throttle wide open... if it starts and runs fair suspect a flooded engine, plugged muffler
if not, suspect a carb adjustment issue and then a carb
You will have to run the atv and drain the oil when warm a couple of times use cheap mineral oil to do this. do not ride it as the petrol will have broken down the oil protection.When drained twice with fresh oil ,use good oil the third time.How is the atv not working properly,is the air cleaner clean and fresh spark plug fitted.
Engine needs spark and fuel to run. Does the spark plug fire when pulled through (remove the plug from the engine and clean around the plug base before taking the plug out)? Does it have fresh oil/fuel mixture? Try squirting a little fuel mix directly into the cylinder spark plug hole, and return the plug (if it was sparking). It should pop a couple of times--might even keep running! If it won't fire again (with the choke closed), then the carburetor probably needs attention. Has the saw been in storage for some time with old fuel left in the tank? If so, wash out the fuel tank with new fuel and pull the starter a number of times with new fuel in the tank. This engine runs fine with 40:1 or 50:1 (with right 2-stroke oil) fuel/oil mix.
if this is a brand new I would ask is the gas oil mixture fresh and of the proper ratio. most use 40-1 if this is not brand new look and see if the muffler could be clogged up. a common problem is the spark arrestor screen gets clogged up with carbon deposits.
I have had the similar problem & spent a day stripping the unit down
(dismantled & re-assembled the carb, seemed OK fuel reaching & flooding the plug) I unscrewed the spark plug from the body, but left it connected to the lead and found that there was intermittent spark when pulling the cord. and tested it with a continuity meter - no signal/measurement. bought a new spark plug, meter reading showed signal/measurement, now starts every time. It may be that Ryobi has been installing rather cheap nasty plugs. So test the plug first by watching the spark when pulling cord, test with a meter, if no continuity, buy new plug....
Check also that little gauze air filter behind the roto choke is not blocked.
this solved it for me.
When I was going to college I worked at a tool rental center and learned may tricks about tools. At this rental center chainsaws were seasonal thus sat in the warehouse probably as in your situation. Well one is supposed to store a chainsaw without any fuel and discard any old fuel mix because it will not keep. To easily start a saw that was in storage we would install a new spark plug, add fresh fuel mix and spray carburetor cleaner directly into the carbureter to get it started. Once started fresh fuel would be drawn into the engine from the tank and keep running. If you forgot to drain the old fuel, do it now and use the trick above. For best results, always use a fresh plug. Enjoy
I don't mean to over simplify this, but are you using fresh gas? Gas string trimmers are extremely ticky when it comes to gas. They like it SUPER fresh. And while the gas and oil mixture should be right, it can be off a little bit and still run. Try draining all of the gas out, and then filling up with fresh mix. This is ALWAYS my first step with string trimmers, and it fixes the problem 75% of the time.
Hope this helps!!
I don't mean to over simplify this, but are you using fresh gas? Gas blowers and string trimmers are extremely ticky when it comes to gas. They like it SUPER fresh. Not just fresh from the can, but fresh from the pump! And while the gas and oil mixture should be right, it can be off a little bit and still run. Try draining all of the gas out, and then filling up with fresh mix. This is ALWAYS my first step with string trimmers and blowers, and it fixes the problem 75% of the time. Also make sure your spark plug is clean. If you are not sure, a new plug couldn't hurt. Hope this helps!!
I don't mean to over simplify this, but are you using fresh gas? Gas string trimmers are extremely ticky when it comes to gas. They like it SUPER fresh. And while the gas and oil mixture should be right, it can be off a little bit and still run. Try draining all of the gas out, and then filling up with fresh mix. This is ALWAYS my first step with string trimmers, and it fixes the problem 75% of the time. Also make sure your spark plug is clean. If you are not sure, a new plug couldn't hurt. Hope this helps!!