Question about Poulan "Poulan" Push Mower
Yes, most likely the diaphragm needs replacing. Remover the air filter. Remove the bolt holding the front (sparkplug end) of the tank to the bracket. Next remove the long bolt to the left side of the carb. Carefully remove the governor linkage from the carb. Take pictures if necessary. With the car/tank assembly on the bench, remove the 5 phillips headed screws from the base of the carb. The carb should now lift off the tank. CLEAN EVERYTHING. Be careful not to lose the small spring and screen from the bottom of the carb. Replace the diaphragm set. Not that the rubber piece goes down on the tank first, then the paper piece, then the carb. Install and tighten the 5 screws. Hook up the gov linkage and reinstall the tank. If you put gas in while on the bench, you can pre-test the primer. Just be careful where you are apraying the fuel.
Posted on Aug 23, 2010
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