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Blocked jet in carb
Posted on Apr 20, 2019
Float level is not right
Posted on Apr 04, 2019
It sounds like they saved a bit of cash on this model by putting a T in the drain pipes of both - thereby saving 2 feet of pipe.
If the lower part of the drain pipe is blocked - it will flow into the lower section as you say.
You need to clear the lower drain pipe. Using vehicle wire (flexible PVC covered wire) will clear the blockage (turn off unit first). Then use an anti-fungal cleaner to remove the remains of the block.
You may even need to do this from the other end of the pipe that exits to a dish on top of the compressor.
Posted on Aug 30, 2009
The oil ratio for the trimmer is 50 to 1.
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Posted on Jun 26, 2010
Testimonial: "Thank you very much for your help. It was given to us by a friend but no manual"
SOURCE: 1984 f-150 inline 6, 1
I need to ask a few questions and please do not think I am insulting you.
How much gas is in tank?
Is the gas good gas and not with water in it? Can you take any gas from the hose into a clear container and wait a minute and see if separation occurs?
Can you see gas squirt into carburetor when you pull on the accelerator cable or push the lever in on the carb? If you can see it..it is going into the intake and .most likely bad gas.
Lastly and another problem area is the fuel jet inside the carb is stuck or has an obstruction such as goo from bad gas?
This gives you some ideas on what to look for and thanks for using FixYa.
Posted on Jan 24, 2011
SOURCE: My Coleman 5000 generator in
It sounds like your carb needs to be taken apart and cleaned out. The gasoline in the carb sounds like it has varnished and blocked the passages in the carb. I would try some carb cleaner, if you are comfortable in taking apart the carb, you can use the spray cleaner to open the passages. You might have to soak the carb a bit as well.
Posted on Mar 10, 2011
SOURCE: Petrol not pumping through to
Fuel starvation, replace the fuel filter in the tank on the end of the fuel hose, check the fuel hoses for leaks and cracks, replace if needed.
Posted on Aug 12, 2011
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