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Old 08-27-2009, 11:38 AM
rknarr2 rknarr2 is offline
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The stihl shop repair man told me that there were no valves as you stated in your reply and that the guy that suggested me to check float to make sure it was dry in the carburator. Well, the stihl shop man told me that my carburator does not have a float in the carburator it uses instead a diaphram. So, when I put in carburator kit it was part of it. I just hope that he can fix it without me having to pay for a new carburator but if he puts on a new carburator so be it. Thank you for all your support with my problem and in a week I should have my weedeater back and hopefully running correctly. Regards, Robert
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