Question about Homelite Garden
See if there is a Philips-head set screw on top of the carburetor (it is the idle speed adjusting screw) that you can turn counterclockwise backing off the idle (and possibly the wide-open throttle) speed. This is the simplest solution for you unless you wish to remove, disassemble and inspect the carb. Also, check the throttle cable to the carb, make sure it is not hanging up or binding near the engine where it connects onto the throttle plate shaft of the carb.
Posted on Sep 06, 2010
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