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If you have enough room behind the stud wall install 1" rigid foam tape seams and then use the thickest possible roxsul insulation to fill the studs. Or axe the foam and install 6mil plastic on warm side of the wall after insulating tape all seams when done.

Cam Spray... | Answered on Sep 19, 2015


Bad ignition timing.

Dirty Carburettor. (incorrect mixture)

Dirty spark plug (possibly)

Garden | Answered Yesterday


It's Australian and we are mainly North American. Try Cox direct

https://coxmowers.com.au/brochures-manuals/

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Garden | Answered on Oct 17, 2020


I own two pressure washers and one is a large and traditional design and soap enters the system through a thin flexible tube connected via a valve at the pump intake. When soap is required the tube is inserted into the soap container and the valve turned on or just half way on depending how much soap is needed.

The other is a modern compact and the soap dispenser is a one litre spraygun affair that clips over the end of the lance...

Garden | Answered on Oct 15, 2020


Bearings could be seized.
Motor burnt out.
Shear pin broken off.

Garden | Answered on Oct 14, 2020


very interesting question
cant get at it from underneath for sure

you can buy the part

best guess is take off the engine hood and pull the whole top to bits till you get to the broken handle


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Garden | Answered on Oct 13, 2020


Almost all are 2 stroke. If it has a place for oil togo into the motor-like a dipstick, it’s 4 stroke. If there’s no place for engine oil, you mix your petrol with 2stroke oil. Haven’t heard the term petrol in a while!

Garden | Answered on Oct 12, 2020


If you replaced the recoil starter and it's still binding then likely it's an internal engine bearing failure.

Try removing the recoil starter and see if you can turn the engine with a m8 socket wrench over the nut inside the starter cup.

If you can't turn it with a wrench then you'll need to try turning the impeller fan and/or remove the impeller to be sure nothing on the fan side is causing issues, though not likely since engine spins with spark plug removed.

If you cant get it to turn after trying the above. Then likely you have a shaft and/or rod bearing failure that is seizing under compression load.



Garden | Answered on Oct 11, 2020


Hello, Robert!
There are some reasons for your weed eater to bog down:
  1. Problems with the filter (check whether it is clean and functional).
  2. Fuel issues (check whether there is enough gas and are you fuel tubes intact).
  3. Problems with the spark plug (check whether it is clean).
  4. Electricity issues (check whether the extension cord is intact and plugged in properly).
These are some of the basics, hope they help!
Otherwise, you might have to visit a service center.

Garden | Answered on Oct 11, 2020


This is how to solve the stiff Makita plunge saw easily!!!
I've just carried out the following steps and it's like a new saw.
Clear a table top and grab the following tools:
Philips screw driver
4mm allen key
grease- i used silicone grease
1. Take the base off the saw by removing the 4 x obvious screws.
2. If you look at the saw, you'll see that is pivots on a single pin at the rear. You'll also notice that there is a 4mm allen screw driven into that pin.
3. Remove the 4mm allen screw.
4. Fill the screw hole with grease and drive the 4mm allen screw back in (it'll force grease along the pin internally). Do this 3 or 4 times.
5. Work the mechanism back and forth as if you're plunging the saw- you'll notice that it becomes so much more easy to move.
6. Wipe away the black dirty grease that you have forced out of the pin. Reinsert the 4mm allen screw and tighten
7. refix the base and spring.
8. Job done.
This actually bugged me for ages until i finally decided to have a look and see what the issue was.

Garden | Answered on Oct 11, 2020


I've had this same problem, so now after using the broadcast spreader I rinse it off with a water hose and spray WD-40 or any lubricant around the axle and wheel area that drives the distributor disc. It keeps the wheel and axle from seizing up when not in use.

Garden | Answered on Oct 08, 2020


Install the new or cleaned spark plug with
0.5~0.7mm electrode gap and reassemble
completely before use.
This engine uses a L6RTC with 0.5-0.7 mm
electrode gaps (Or Champion: RCJ6Y,CJ7Y,
RCJ7Y, RCJ8, RCJ8Y or NGK: BM6A, BMR6A,
BPMR6A).
Use a suitable replacement and replace once
a year.

Garden | Answered on Oct 07, 2020


Make and model of engine?

Do the required scheduled engine maintenance... sparkplugs, valve lash, fuel filter, etc.

Drain the entire fuel system, including the carburetor bowl, and replace with fresh fuel. Use a fuel additive that ceans and removes water.

Garden | Answered on Oct 03, 2020


You need to adjust your clutch. Tighten up the play in the clutch cable.

Garden | Answered on Oct 02, 2020

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