20 Most Recent Homelite Carburetor Trimmer Blower Mightylite Versatool Questions & Answers


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Homelite... | Answered on Dec 05, 2014


I have seen a couple of different things cause this... Are the fuel lines hooked up and not split and fuel filter routed right in tank.(hanging freely touching bottom of tank lying flat) next if your carb has adj. screws H &L I have seen when the H is cranked snug (lean) that primer won't work right. Last but not least your Needle inlet valve is stuck shut and or the fuel pump diaphram little tabs are not sealing off chambers in carb on fuel pump side. make sure your fuel lines are properly hooked up to the right spots. when you push primer bulb it should squirt gas into the fuel tank, then when you release it ,it should draw fuel from the tank through the filter and thru the carb and then out to tank.

Homelite... | Answered on Nov 18, 2011


Hello wesandfran, yes, that is a very common machine and you may even find the part at places like Home Depot.
I hope this helps you,
Good luck my friend!

Homelite... | Answered on Jan 17, 2011


You may have a dirty carburetor. this can be tough to fix as the openings are so small. Also you may have a dirty fuel filter. (often located in the gas tank) also does it have a priming bulb? Trying freash gas is always a good idea.

Homelite... | Answered on Nov 27, 2010


Unlikely as it has a 4 stroke engine. Unless you didn't bother to check the engine sump oil.

Basic maintenance here. Try and turn the crankshaft output with a wrench.

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Homelite Garden | Answered on Oct 24, 2020


The spark arrestor screen sits inside the muffler on a gas-powered leaf blower. These screens help prevent heated gases from escaping the internal combustion engines.

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Homelite Garden | Answered on Apr 28, 2020


check filter or carb needs cleaning -rebuild or replacement

Homelite Garden | Answered on Mar 31, 2020


Chainsaw oil pumps are fairly simple affairs, to increase oil flow you obviously cannot increase the engine speed, so you increase the throw of the pump shaft, so the pump shaft not only rotates, it moves back and forth ( the throw ) so the back of the pump shaft is cut off at an angle, the adjuster screw sits on the back of the shaft, so now when it rotates it moves in and out due to this angle, so the close the screw is to the centre of the shaft the lesser the throw, the further out the bigger the throw, so unscrewing the adjuster ( anti clockwise ) increases the flow, and visa versa.

Homelite Garden | Answered on Nov 07, 2019


Standard plug gap for a chainsaw 0.5mm

Homelite Garden | Answered on Oct 09, 2019


Try cleaning the carburetor and blow or clean jets. Then new mix and clean fuel. Start up, and probably set the idling to a little faster to start then adjust for good idle speed so it won't stall. Hope this may help.

Homelite Garden | Answered on Sep 03, 2019

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