Question about Power Generators
I rebuilt the walbro carb on my chain saw. It starts and runs fine but tends to die at high rpm under load. You have to feather it to keep it running. Once it dies it will not start until cool. I tried adjusting the high mix screw. Does not seem to make much difference. Start at 1 1/8 turn all the way to 3 1/2 turns. My weed eater does the exact same thing.
Starts with the choke then shuts down when you shut off the choke. what is the settings for the carb
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
Under heavy load it will suck a lot more fuel. The fuel line could be pinched but not completely cut off the fuel flow. Under load it may not be able to deliver enough fuel. Check the point where the fuel line passes through the fuel tank. That could be a possible pinch point or it could have a restriction at that point or somewhere else in the fuel line.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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