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Old 08-21-2012, 01:15 PM
fumblefingers fumblefingers is offline
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pulled carb again today and had mower repair shop look at it. Since it is flooding, they say only float will cause this. The float shows no leakage and vacuum gauge shows closing against vacuum so they suggested, since the needle is steel and the seat is not changable, that I use q tip in drill and toothpaste on tip and try to polish the seat to remove varnish build up. At this point I will give it a try. The carb does NOT have a high speed adjustment but does have a low speed adjustment and a idle adjustment. They suggest that the low speed adjustent be started at 2 full turns then turned down in 1/8 increments when running.
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