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I have a makita dpc6410 disc cutter.it has a good spark and i have cleaned the carb and pressure tested the carb and the needle is holding and i have fitted a new fuel filter.it will fire up and run flat out fine but will not idle and after 30seconds or so will cut out and not fire back up until cooled down.from what i can see the pot and piton isnt worn but there is exhaust blacking underneath the piston ring.what could be causing it not to run wud it be the seals or pot and piston or worn carb?

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After servicing the carb,do u retune it?
blacking around the piston is no big deal for a small engine,as long as the piston rings are in order or in other words it still has compression.

check the fuel supply..
the tank should be airtight...
it is a diaphragmed carby...

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