Question about Oregon Scientific Complete Carburetor for Stihl 4122 Brush Cutter and 4226HS Hedge Trimmer
I would have a shop do a compression test on the engine. It should be at least 100 psi to run. And then a spark test on the ignition module to see if it firing to the spark plug. I would look at a carburetor rebuild. I would also mix up some fresh fuel mixture; anything over 30 days now is considered bad gas.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
Testimonial: "thanks for the info i will try these and see what happens, thanks again,mark"
It could be the engine is over flowed in it
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
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