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Unit has a Walbro carb WT628. I have replaced with new parts the: Carb; air and fuel filters; spark plug; fuel lines . i was able to get it started but it will not continue to run. It dies just like it ran out of gas. Only adj. on carb is ''idle'' which is no more than a detent for the throttle. Unit is only a year old, but then again'' it is a Sears, even if Poulan makes it or part or what ever. HELP
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try backing out high speed screw counter clock wise a guarter turn. Also check muffler for blockage. Spark arrester screen may be blocked. Remove screen, clean or replace. I use bernzomatic tourch to burn off deposits.
Posted on Oct 03, 2010
SOURCE: craftsman 32cc would not idle
If you are certain that you have correcting gaped the plug then the next step is to readjust the low end idle carburetor. If you look you should see two holes in the plastic cover that lead to the flow adjustment screws they may even be out in the open. If they are not labeled H and L (the L is the one you want), check your manual for the correct one. A good place to start is turning the screw all the way in then backing it out 1 1\2 turns. Then check it. If you still have problems do 1\4 turns out. After about one full turn from that you might want to consider taking the carburetor off and removing the float bowl or the bottom for a good cleaning. A sticking float could cause problems with your fuel flow.
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Posted on Sep 03, 2009
SOURCE: I have a Craftsman's Gasoline Weedwacker model 358.791580. The weedwacker wouldn't start after priming and choking. I observed the fuel filter inside the gas tank unattached because the fuel l
hello sir,routing fuel line for craftsman,homelite,ryobi,hedge and line trimmers,fuel tank under engine, looking at machine from rear, shall fuel line on left with filter attached goes to bottom port of carb, fuel line from right side coming out of tank with inside tip attached goes to bottom port of primmer bulb,top line on primmer bulb goes to top port of carb, fuel tank under engine,fuel line routing,looking at machine from left side, left fuel line coming out of tank(drain back only) goes to right side small port of primmer bulb, left side larger fuel line from primmer bulb to top port of carb, fuel line coming out of tank (larger line) on the right side with filter attached goes to bottom port of carb, when replacing fuel line it is very important to use the same ID and OD line the homelite takes a special line that is black in color and a bigger size,the bigger line is ID .08-OD140 small line ID3/32 X 3/16.when the lines dissolve small pieces will get in the carb clogging small passages and screen,it is advisable that you clean out carb,and use a new filter.hope this helps,any comments welcome,thank you. if the filter has broken off of the line half way that is where you will run out of fuel, oo
Posted on Feb 21, 2012
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