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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
start with both screws about 1 and a half turns out from fully screwed in. The high screw will set your fuel for wide open. Back it out until you hear the motor run almost wild then screw it back in about a half a turn. The low screw is a little trickier. When you can quickly go to full throttle from idle its about right.
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
I had a number of customers tell me that they bought this model at LOwes and had the same answer from them. I think its a planned failure on Ryobi's part. Their reply to me was that they dont need one because they work in a clean environment. I find this to be a stupid answer, I would recommend that you buy an airfilter for an older model that used the donut foam filter and slice it in half to fit in the housing without crushing it and imbeding the air flow, this will help tremendously. Good luck. MY advice from 44 years as a small engine engineer is to buy a name brand product from a company that stands behind them, and never sells them in a box..
Posted on Nov 01, 2009
The throttle cables aren't adjustable. Make sure the other end is on the trigger correctly and that it is routed through the handle and the engine cover correctly. Also, make sure the throttle shaft and throttle plate (inside carb) are free and easy in their movement with the throttle cable off. The engine idle speed adjusting screw may be in too far also. Back it all the way out and then back in with the throttle closed Once the speed screw touches the throttle lever (what you hook cable into) on the shaft, give it about 2 turns in. This is about all you can do. If the cable is stretched badly (rare), it would need to be replaced.
Posted on Oct 26, 2010
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