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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Is there an oil sensor unit if it is going bad it tells the engine the oil low and engine wont start. I had same problem with my pressure washer, i just unplugged the sensor unit and it started fine ever since
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
Check that you are actually getting spark to the plug first. If you're getting spark, check your timing. I would say these would be the easiest 2 areas to start with. If both of these are good, it could be anything in your wiring, or your CDI box. Good luck!
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
Sorry but I have the same problem, did everything you did plus bought a new carb. I think these are just a bunch a ****. I have Ryobi electric tools which are okay but I am NEVER going to buy a buy Ryobi gas product again>
Posted on Jul 24, 2010
I've noticed the Echos are cold-blooded and a decent warm-up time is required. You indicate the fuel mixture has to be somewhat rich to keep the engine running. This indicates the needle jets need tweaking to acquire the proper mix (if applicable) or else the fuel pump diaghram is not functioning properly and needs replacement according to the symptoms.
Here is a link to the site that has the G&D (gasket and diaghram) kit and RB (rebuild) kit part numbers for you. You will need to know your machine's model. Link to determine your carb: http://www.zamacarb.com/pdfs/APPL_CR2010.pdf
This is the link to determine the part numbers of the kits. Zama has a great site and informative links:
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Posted on Sep 12, 2010
SOURCE: Blower not running at high
Try removing the muffler and look inside of the exaust port, you should be able to see the piston in the full opening of the port. If you can, try starting and running at wide open throttle. If it runs fine( a bit loud, so wear hering protection), then you have a plugged or partialy blocked muffler or spark arestor. Sometimes rich mixture can cause excessive carbon build up.
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Posted on Nov 07, 2010
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