Question about Electrical Supplies
I have a petrol generator and it has just been serviced. however, when ever it is running for longer than 2 mins it really over heats and spits flames. i have tried adjusting the fuel amount to the engine. any other ideas to stop this? thanks.
I would check the floats in the carb. Be careful when pulling the bowl and float, you dont want to loose the pin and needle. If the float has gas in it, it wont be able to work properly so you will have to replace.
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
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