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Carbourater for a tecumseh engine

I nedd to know where the needles need tro be fixed at in the carb because it keeps stalling. i need to know the specs for it. i have the numbers off the engine.
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Start by closing jets (clockwise). Then turn jets 1 full turn counterclockwise. this should get engine started. Then adjust jets left or right to fine tune,until engine starts running smoothly.

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2. While the burner(s) is/are removed check the burner orifices for any build up and wipe it clean with a dry cloth.

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