Question about Stihl Ts400 Cut Off Saw Carb Carburetor Air Filter
Posted by Anonymous on
Nobody rebuilds a carburetor, it takes too long, is unreliable, and you're putting new parts in an old, worn out body, just replace the carb at that point. But I don't think it's the carburetor' fault. It's a cut-off saw that ingests a lot of stone and concrete powder so when the engine is sucking in air and fuel, it may also be sucking in extremely abrasive minerals that are wearing down the intake side of the piston. I would either shine a light through or completely remove the carb, and look inside the engine at the piston while you move the flywheel back and forth by hand. Is it super worn inside? Do the rings move up and down a lot in the piston grooves? You may need a new top end kit to rejuvenate your saw. Hope this helps.
Posted on May 03, 2016
The float valve is stuck open. It's time to rebuild the carburetor.
Posted on Jul 30, 2014
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