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Pollan weedeater my weedeater will start in the choke position but shuts off before i can move it to the run position

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That unit probably has a high side and a low side screw in the carb. Maybe, the screws are out of adjustment. One should have the letter L along side of it, that's the low side or idle side. The other of course would be the letter H which is the high side. That adjustment is only to be made when the unit is started and idling. When you give it full throttle that's when you adjust the H screw. Factory settings are usually 1 1/4 turns out from dead stop on the L screw and approx 3/4 to 1 turn on the H screw after unit is running. If however, this doesn't solve the problem a simple carb kit can be purchased for about 5 bucks and very easy to install. Good luck.

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  • Wayne McNeil Aug 02, 2009

    That unit probably has a high side and a low side screw in the carb. Maybe, the screws are out of adjustment. One should have the letter L along side of it, that's the low side or idle side. The other of course would be the letter H which is the high side. That adjustment is only to be made when the unit is started and idling. When you give it full throttle that's when you adjust the H screw. Factory settings are usually 1 1/4 turns out from dead stop on the L screw and approx 3/4 to 1 turn on the H screw after unit is running. If however, this doesn't solve the problem a simple carb kit can be purchased for about 5 bucks and very easy to install. Good luck.

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