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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
They also provided the address of this parts supplier:
Gardner Email Address: email@example.com Address: 3641 Interchange Road
Columbis OH 42302
Posted on Nov 08, 2008
This is much easier than you think; the carburetor has two ports, one supply one return, the return port is the top port which allows excess fuel to be returned to the fuel tank when pressing the primer bulb. The bottom port is the intake that supplies fuel to the carburetor to be mixed with air and pushed into the cylinder for the combustion cycle. Both lines connect to the tank, the line with a cylindrical looking object is the supply line, that object is the fuel filter, so it would be connected to the bottom port of the carburetor. I hope that helps.
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
There might be a small screen in the exhaust (it's a spark arrestor) that gets plugged with carbon. Will cause loss of power and eventually the machine will not run. You can just take the screen out and it will run better. Check the exhaust ports (look into the cylinder area after you take off the muffler) and see if it/they are plugged. If so, use only plastic or wooden items to clear the carbon out. Be careful not to get any in the cylinder. If you do, pull the starter rope several times to blow out the carbon.
Otherwise, some fuel line cleaner would be a good try to assist in the problem.
Posted on Dec 29, 2009
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