Question about Echo Garden
Sounds like u have a carb problem,ether theres debris stuck in needle valve needle is stuck open or the check valve diaphram is bad.take carb off on one side there is a plate with 4 screws remove then agasket and diaphram remove them some times they stick to carb so use a razor blade to go underneth diaphram all around from center youll see a metal see saw with a pin going through if u push on center it will lift needle valve on other side make sure it goes all the way down or remove by removing screw that holds pin in and blow out with air lightly may blow seat out after that on other side of carb take other plate off by center screw that diaphram has 2 little flaps check valves make sure they are limber and not wrinkled or bent if so u can get new ones at good mower shop or parts supply hope this helps
Posted on Aug 08, 2010
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