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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I just fixed my Echo PB 2100 with the same issue. It would start, run, all throttle openings OK but would not rev-up. It was a dirty/clogged screen on the muffler. Scraped the thick tar off then used Lacquer Thinner to soak it clean. Blower works better than ever now....
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
have you checked air filter? the carb may need adjusting. locate the adjustment screw(s) , screw them all the way in then back out 1-1/2 turns. try to start the engine. then let me know what happens.
Posted on May 17, 2009
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Your carb is leaning out, causing the thing to die. Try adjusting the mixture screw (out) to richen the mixture. If there is a cap, you can pull it off to go richer. If that doesn't work, either the filter/pickup is plugged, the fuel line is kinked/smashed, or the carb needs to come apart to be cleaned.
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
Two things come to mind.
One, the tank cap is not allowing air into the fuel tank to replace the fuel that is going out. This results in a vacuum in the fuel tank until the pump can no longer **** fuel. Test this by running it with the cap loosened a little bit just to test it OR loosen the cap after it has stopped and see if it goes normally again.
If this doesn't do it, you have an air leak somewhere.
The common ones, in order of occurance, are as follows.
Between the carby and motor.
The crankshaft seal on the clutch side of the motor.
(clutch comes off with left hand thread)
The crankshaft seal under the flywheel, on the pull starter end.
I have had a spark plug leaking around it's gasket ring too, but that was a one of, and stumped everyone for a long time.
With the exception of the flywheel end, you can test with a can of starting fluid, spraying it into the areas mentioned until you get a change in behavior from the motor.
I the crank seals are gone, new seals will work for another period, but probably the bearings are getting loose and wearing the seals out.
Posted on Oct 17, 2009
Testimonial: "The air leak suggestion is a possibility; the gas tank cap idea I had tried already. I will advise on the air leak results when finished testing. "
Is the new gas some you just mixed up from the gas station or is from the can in the garage? If it is indeed fresh then you are looking at needing the carburetor adjusted. Sorry you can not do it yourself, The epa only allows qualified technician to adjust them. Plus the tool to do so are not available to the general public.
Posted on Oct 31, 2009
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