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How do I adjust the carburetor on a Husqvarna 525LS and Husqvarna 128LDX weed eaters please?

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Posted on Apr 21, 2022

  • Joe Russell Apr 22, 2022

    the weedeater will started up and run and sometime it run a little fast then another time it want idle i did some adjustment on the carburetor and clean the carburetor out and it still doing the same thing do i need a new carburetor?

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    ADMIN Andrew Apr 22, 2022

    Hi Joe
    I didn't realise this question was yours!

    Yes that behaviour sounds like they are worn. As long as you stripped them and cleaned all the jets, replaced any seals and o-rings? After that they should run sweet. When you remove mixture screws, always screw them fully in first until they gently come to a stop. Count how many turns, say 2 1/4. That gives you a chance when you put them back in to get the mixture right. Manuals normally say something like 'Idle Mixture Screw 2 1/4 to 2 1/2 turns out.

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