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Ryobi CS30 - Stalls out?

Ryobi CS30 - On START, Pull cord and runs perfectly ! Switch to RUN, stalls out. Cant seem to keep it going? thanks

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Dirt or varnish in fuel filter or carburator. Change filter if there is one.

Flush out the carb with a varnish remover.

Open high speed needle valve 1/8 turn farther, then turn in while running until it just smooths out.

Posted on Jun 07, 2010

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Clean the muffler. Also check the head gasket. I replaced mine and cleaned muffler and it works well now.

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you probably made the mistake of leaving it in the shed over winter with gas in it.
in the carb there is a diaphgram that oumps this fuel in via the motor vibrations.
said diaphgram had been ruptured due to drying gas in the carb. the solver to this is to either have a small engine mechanic replace it or the whole carb or get a new one, and i would suggest you get the cs26 model instead. i have a cs30 and cs26 and i have had less problems with 26. it only has two chokes.
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you push lever to start, closing all but a little bit of carb,giving engine much richer mixture.
you squeeze trigger, opens halfway/full, as there are two chokers in the carb, on controlled by lever and another by throttle.basically now you haave half choke.
you release trigger, goes back to 7/8 choke to keep at idle but not running. your ready to go.
on the cs30 its much more complicated:
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prime 7x.
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Now to the easy part: The "L" screw adjusts the idle fuel mixture and the "H" screw adjusts the full throttle fuel mixture. turning the screws clockwise make the machine run leaner (less fuel) and counter clockwise makes it run richer (more fuel).
-I started out by turning each screw 1/2 turn counter clockwise and started it up, then as it was idling, i started adjusting the "L" screw as i was moving the choke position to run, after a few full turns counter clockwise of the "L" screw, it was idling perfectly in the run position, then i did the same thing the the "H" screw while holding down the throttle and i got it to run perfectly in the run position. Now it is running way better than it ever has. I hope this helps everyone.
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