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Carburator adjustments My Ryobi strimmer cuts out when I throttle up. I messed about with the two adjustment scews but I seem to have made things worst. I am not sure which screw is which either. Can anybody help please?

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Unfortunately, the two screws are not the problem. In fact, they very rarely require adjustment. Only when the engine is old and worn.
The problem is the timing, that is in need of adjustment.
You need to try and find the old screw settings, (if you can).
To adjust the timing, you can either adjust the gap, between the magneto, and the contact, or, the gap on the plug.
Good luck with that,
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