Question about Garden
Your carburetor needs to have a basic rebuild. You can attempt to adjust the 'H' (High Speed screw) by removing the plastic top of the screw with a pair of plyers - just pull off. This Ryobi model was built over several years with serveral different carburetor models. Some will be adjustable after removing the plastic top off the screw and some you will need a special tool.
Generally, no further adjustment is needed and the problem is more a result of one of the following:
1. Carburetor diaphragms need replacing as they become worn or more likely, stiff with age.
2. Exhaust or muffler becomes clogged with insect nests or carbon deposits.
3. Fuel line within the gas tank becomes cracked and starts pulling in air in addition to fuel.
This model's exhaust or muffler is not completely serviceable, but the carburetor rebuild kit and fuel line check is inexpensive and is a DIY project.
Posted on Sep 27, 2010
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