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I have a blower vac model RY08554 and after it starts it won't rev up without stalling. If I feather the throttle very gently, it will finally rev up. This problem is worse in cooler weather. I think a carb adjustment would work but I can't find any instructions for doing this. Can you help?

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You need to play with the timing adjustment, either on the spark plug, or the gap between the contact and the magneto.
That'll do it ;)
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SOURCE: Craftsman blower stalls when choke is disengaged

the carburetor needs a simple adjustment. unfortunately, it requires a special tool. any good shop should have the tool, or it could be under warranty if it's less than 2 years old

Posted on Aug 21, 2009

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