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Having a problem starting my 2 cycle craftsman leaf blower. Compression is good, spark is good, but no fuel supply (primer bulb is moving fuel). BLOWER WILL RUN WHEN FUEL IS POURED INTO THROAT OF CARB. Please help!!....
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Priming the engine(put some gas in the sparkplug hole)..If.Start the engine.If only the gas from the cilinder is burned change the lines prom primer bulb.
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Posted on Dec 05, 2008
First take the carb off of the engine and then remove the bowl, carefully take the float off paying special attention to the needle and how it is attached to the float. Next, lightly blow air into the fuel inlet while holding your finger over the spot where the needle goes in. Use a bread tie with the paper scraped off. Stick the wire through the pick up tube at the bottom of the carb. Find any other holes and probe those holes with the wire. Then thoroughly wash the entire carb with carb cleaner then blow the whole carb off. Then put the float and needle back in making sure that when putting the bowl back on that it seats tightly all the way around the rubber gasket. Also, just before you put the bowl on turn the carb upside down to see if the float is sitting level. If it is put the bowl on, If not then the spot where the needle sits on the float has to be bent one way or the other just a little until the float sits level. After the bowl is put in place, the nut that holds the bowl on the threaded area should have two possibly three holes plus the hole down the center, probe all holes with the wire. put everything back on the motor and try again. If it still won't run then you will need a carb kit.
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
primer bulb on weedeater will not return to normal or **** gas into it. new primer bulb. lines to tank have been repalce and can blow through them but primer bulb will not push air into tank
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
This is a good time to remind everyone that you should not leave fuel in equipment that is not used on a very regular basis. More than likely your carburetor is gummed up from the old fuel. This can happen in less than 30 days much less 2 years.
To properly clean a carburetor you need to remove the carburetor and purchase the correct kit for the rebuild. Disassemble the
carburetor carefully making notes where each part goes. Once you have the carburetor disassembled clean it by soaking it in carburetor cleaner for a few hours. Use anned aerosol automotive carb spray cleaner to fill a small glass jar with enough cleaner to submerge the carburetor. Use a jar with a metal lid so you can gently agitate the solution occasionally to make the process more effective. You need to allow the carburetor to soak as long as it needs to remove all visible deposits. After the carburetor is cleaned allow it to dry and reassemble.
Posted on Sep 20, 2009
I havee a craftsman lawn leaf blower it was working find until it ran out gas. I mixed the oil and gas (40:1) put in and it ran for a mintue or twq then stopped. I notice that the primer bubble is hard to push would this have any thing to do with my problem.
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
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