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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There are 2 Possible Causes for this Problem.
1- The Carburetor Requires Soaking and Cleaning.
2- The Valve Clearances Require Setting.
You can View a Breakdown of this Unit at the Following Site Addy.
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Posted on May 10, 2009
The problem is that the gas that sat in the carb all winter glazed it over and gummed it up. Begin by going to any auto parts store, like an aiutozone, and getting a bottle of carb. cleaner. Seafoam is one I use. Add it to your gas, one ounce per gallon of gas. Also, pick up a can of engine starting spray.
Remove the air filter and spray the engine starting spray into the air intake. Pull start the engine and give it additional squirts of engine starting spray until it runs smoothly.
Posted on May 30, 2009
the diaphram in the carburator is bad or broke which is behind the primer they brake or rip the will not keep gas flowwing through try that
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
This almost sounds like a pinhole in the primer bulb but I need to know if you did the following. Did you remove the jet and venturi tube in the bottom of the carb. and clean the BRASS orifice hole and BRASS tube holes? If you did not then It will act just like the symptoms you described. Also check to see if your float bowl nut has holes in the side of it. IF it does then make sure the hole(s) are clean. Also make sure the fuel selector is all the way ON. Adittionally if the carb to block mating gasket is torn or not secure it will also perform as you stated.
Lastly the open the fuel air mixture screw on the side of the carb about 1/8th turn and see if the performance changes.
If the problem persists ....
This is dangerous due to the risk of fire but....
If you have any carb cleaner you can give it a quick shot in the nmating areas just after you start it before it gets hot to see if it speeds up. If it does, you have a vacuum leak. It is better to use an unlit propane torch if you have one.
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P.s. If the problem does persist I will need your complete engine number to proceed in troubleshooting.
Posted on May 21, 2010
Testimonial: "Thanks for the info. I ordered a rebuild kit for the carburetor so i can replace the gaskets. And i ordered a new primer bulb. The engine is a Tecumseh LV195EA-362003B 6.5 hp engine on a Toro model 20007 recycler mower. Do I need to remove the welch plugs?"
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