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Discussion in 'Mechanic and Repair' started by BRICKGUY, Jun 27, 2008.
Takes forever before you can completely turn choke off and seems to not run at full throttle
What is the model number....here is the drill.
1. Spark arrester out
2. new plug
3. new air filter
4. new breather
5. new fuel filter
6. adjust carb
1 clean exhaust ports
2. check to see if crankshaft seals leaking
lastly new carb kit
I can say that cause I'm an ex,(still, go Green Bay, all the way), what Ed said is right on, or (write on), we need to know more, is it a WYJ Walbro, in which case or sunk, please post model, new or old, more data please.
its about 1 year old and its a PB260L if that helps:
I am not familiar with that model but it probably has adjustments on the carb and sounds like it needs more gas.....rotate the low setting counter clockwise a half turn for more gas. A new unit should not need most of the stuff I described above but it may have a spark arrestor in the muffler and that may bog the unit.