Question about Echo Zama Carb Kit For Shc210 For Rbk75 Carb
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Echo Weed Eater bogs down.
Echo carbs have a little black plastic plug covering the High speed adj screw..CA air pulotion control bs..So get that little black blug out and give the screw a little turn open and u should be good to go..It worked for me..on a PBL 251 blower..My Echo weed wacker has the carb also..Go to Echos site and download the parts break down for your unit and look at the carb page..You will see the plug and HS,screw..happing wacking and blowing
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
If it has not had a service recently, it's probably due by now.
Just take out the spark plug, and if it's black, or 'coked' up, just show it a wire brush.
Also, remove the air filter, and if you have one, show that, a compressor. (or alternatively, just bang it about a bit, till all the loose debris, and collective build-up, are removed.
Afterwards, (if that doesn't solve the problem),
you can adjust the timing, quite simply, by closing, or opening, the gap on the plug.
Or you can open or close the space between the contact, and the magneto.
Both can be very 'effective' means of adjusting the timing.
If problems still persist,
you know who to ask.
P.s. and don't forget to give the thumbs up ;)
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
most modern carbies have fixed jets.some you can pry off the caps and adjust,but usually if you need to adjust carbie,youve got other problems.stale fuel,not enough compression,vaccuum leak,spark plug faulty[oiled up]carb gaskets letting in air,needle valve adjustment causing diapragm to not open it enough.used the wrong gaskets in the kit[sometimes they have different model gaskets in one kit
Posted on Jun 29, 2010
SOURCE: echo pb251h. Blower will only
when the carb was "rebuilt" Did you pull out the screen and clean it out and also did you pull needle and diaphragm out and clean it out good, because if the needle is not working or the neoprene tip is swollen your needle adjustment will be out of whack,sometimes carb cleaner will make it swell up to where it won't open enough to get fuel through it....suggest you replace the needle and adjust your height of the tab to flush with the body of carb and make sure you have a good diaphragm in it along with new check-valve diaphragm, then make sure your primer is hooked up right ..it should be pulling fuel through the filter to carb and through carb and back to tank,your problem is definitely in the fuel system, keep trying different things you will figure it out
Posted on Jun 15, 2011
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