Equipment Tune-Ups

Discussion in 'Mechanic and Repair' started by kcameron, May 8, 2002.

  1. kcameron

    kcameron LawnSite Member
    Messages: 33

    I have an Echo trimmer (not sure of model #) that has a "sticky" trigger. Meaning that once I let off of the trigger, it is slow to release the rpm's. Where do I start looking at what to lube, adjust or fix on this? It starts and runs fine, BTW. One other question, I have a Still BR400 BP that is always hard to start at the begining of the day. I have changed the plug, the plug wire connection is clean of rust and corrosion. What I have been successfull in doing to start is taking the air filter off and spraying WD-40 in the intake for "primer" and that helps it out. Once it starts, it runs just fine and I don't think the carb is out of adjustment. Could the choke part be the problem in question? Where do I start on this one? Thanks, Kevin

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