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50 parts gas to 1 part oil.

Charlie

Oregon Cutting... | Answered on Mar 27, 2011


For almost all modern two-stroke engines, a 50-to-1 mixture is recommended. That requires about 2 1/2 oz. oil for every gallon of gasoline.
  • Use only two-cycle oil for your mixture. This oil is made especially for these engines and can be purchased at gas stations, hardware stores or any other place where you buy regular motor oil.

Oregon Cutting... | Answered on Mar 20, 2011


Sounds like it all gummed up pull off starter plate to see if dog ears are broken or just stuck

Oregon Cutting... | Answered on Nov 15, 2016


leave the choke on for longer until it heats up some

Oregon Cutting... | Answered on Nov 21, 2013


whatever the manual tells you

Garden | Answered 2 days ago


That is usually caused by hangups in the pull starter system creating too much friction and not transferring the pull to the motor. Here is the parts diagram and exploded view

https://www.diyspareparts.com/parts/stihl/diagrams/br-380/

Garden | Answered 2 days ago


A single pole push button would tie the fused battery feed at the ignition switch B terminal (red/white wire) to the ignition switch S terminal (orange wire).

This provides the same function as turning ignition switch to the start position with all safeties remaining functional. For engine run the ignition switch must be in run position. Push and hold push button until engine run. Turn ignition switch to off position to kill engine.

See link below for wiring diagram located in parts section of manual.

https://www.manualslib.com/products/Troy-Bilt-Ltx-1842-2923621.html

Garden | Answered 3 days ago


WELL I GUESS YOU NEED TO REMEMBER WHERE YOU BOUGHTIT AND CONTACT THEM SEEMS WE MIGHT NEED TO KNOW A MAKE BUT ALASS YOU FORGOT THAT TOO

Garden | Answered 3 days ago


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 Sep 25, 2020


Though I have never heard of Yellowstone appliances, I am pretty sure there is a way to get replacement parts from the company spare parts department or from other sources who sell these pressure washers. If not, try the Internet, or try the Speed shops where they sell these to people who pressure wash their cars/trucks. I am also sure there are other hoses not necessarily for the Yellowstone brand but fit perfectly well on them. Find out where they sell other brands and take your washer to them, ask them if they can sell you a hose with the right connectors to fit your washer. No salesperson can refuse to sell you a good bargain.

Garden | Answered on Sep 24, 2020


i wouldnt even consider it. a truck mounted plow makes more sense

Garden | Answered on Sep 22, 2020


check your local home store. they sell things like this

Garden | Answered on Sep 22, 2020


We are the original Landa store in Portland, OR and have every Landa manual available both in digital and hard copies. If you can provide a serial number and email address I would be happy to send one of these out to you right away. You can reach me using the information below.

Sincerely,
Aron Kerr
Landa Northwest
800.247.8103
503.255.6508
www.landanw.com

Garden | Answered on Sep 21, 2020


Make sure that the nozzle is clean. Also the tube between the nozzle and tank. Check inside the tank to be sure there is not any debris in the tank. Is the pump working and building up pressure? Does the cap O ring make a good seal?

Garden | Answered on Sep 21, 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 Sep 20, 2020

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