Question about Craftsman Garden
Drain the fuel. Remove the small brass bolt and external washer that hold the float bowl onto the carburetor body. Get some spray carb/choke cleaner. Spray thru the small hole in the bottom of the bolt and find and clean the VERY small holes in the top of the bolt along the unthreaded sides. Use NO metal objects to scrape or clean as there are precision orifices in this. It is the main jet. Clean until nice and shiny, blow it out well and replace it. Your few second run problem should be gone.
Posted on May 27, 2011
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