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Carburetors - adjust, rebuild, repair, etc.
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Got apart and found that the carb was very clean, but the brass looking plate on top had fallen off its mounts and was weighing down the float. Must have been hanging for awhile on one because it was tough to start and poor idle. Put it back together and started in one pull. Thanks for the help.
Show 'em the throttle and keep a spare bumper!!
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The fuel level moves the float, the float moves the needle, the needle seals to the seat and shuts off the fuel. Something is wrong with 1 or more of the 3. A typical small engine shop can determin what the problem is for about a half hour shop time if you just take the carb in.icurrie wrote:I found the same thing on my 96 but when i put it all back together it still leaked. Any other ideas of what might cause this?
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