Question about Toro Garden
Your float in the carburetor could have sprung a leak and filled with gas keeping it at the bottom of the bowl and this would keep the needle valve open all the time or you may have just a piece of dirt stuck in the needle seat area. To try and get the needle to seat again, take a small hammer and just tap on the side of the bowl to shake the carbuator enough to jar the needle valve and dislodge the dirt holding the needle open. Your not trying to break the carburetor with a hard blow, but just enough to shake the float around.
Posted on Apr 16, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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