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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 32 cc blower not starting
your problem is inside the carburator.there is a small screen inside that needs to be cleaned out.take the single screw from one side of carb.there is a small screen in side.carefully take an air hose and blow it out.do not blow to hard or the screen will blow out.once it's clean the unit will start right up.hope this helped,let me know.................................
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
SOURCE: craftsman 32cc blower stalls
Your carb is leaning out, causing the thing to die. Try adjusting the mixture screw (out) to richen the mixture. If there is a cap, you can pull it off to go richer. If that doesn't work, either the filter/pickup is plugged, the fuel line is kinked/smashed, or the carb needs to come apart to be cleaned.
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
the l is for idle and the h is for top end but thats not ur problem it sounds like ur carb is clogged there is a screen inside of the carb the fuel gets crystalized and blocks off some and sometimes all of the fuel ill bet thats the problembut u can try the adjustments first give the unit full throttle and turn the h adjustment screw in and or out till it sounds great and at full power if that dont work then do the screen in the carb
Posted on Nov 14, 2008
slow and steady, there is no shortcut for that machine, find a clean work space and start at the top. They will never win an engineering award for that one
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
The routing of the fuel lines is the same. If you have 3 lines, that means the primer bulb is not directly mounted to the carb, rather it is connected to the carb with hoses.
Line 1. Comes from the fuel filter in the tank (smaller diameter hose) directly to the inlet port on the carb. This is the port that is opposite the diaphragm on the carb. Diaphragm is held on with 2 or 4 screws through a chrome plate. Make sure to leave enough hose so the fuel filter will fall to the lowest point of the tank when it is being used.
Line 2. Goes from the other port on the carb to the short side of the primer assembly.
Line 3. Goes from the longer port of the primer assembly and returns to the tank. Sometimes this line will have a simple coupler on the inside of the tank, but it is optional and its only function is to keep the line from slipping out. If yours does not have this coupler, just leave an inch or two of line in the tank.
*If both ports on the primer are the same length, you can test to see which is pushing air out...that's where line 3 goes.
Posted on Oct 15, 2010
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