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low and hi speed mixture screws
one adjusts for proper idle
one adjusts for proper high rpm operation
turn them in or out to get the best throttle response and proper wide open throttle rpm's

Weed Eater... | Answered on Sep 01, 2014

This is a tell tale sign of a lean fuel mixture. By choking the unit you are manually creating a richer fuel mixture. I would purchase a compression tester from a local parts store and check compression. If that's ok, I'm willing to bet the problem is still carb related. Two stroke carbs are tricky to clean because of high/low ports that are one way and sometimes impossible to clean. Did you remove high and low needles when cleaning carb? Another trick is to mix seafoam with your gas, then mix two cycle oil to proper ratio. Use 2 ounces seafoam to one gallon of gas, then mix two cycle oil to proper mix. Hope this helps! Good luck and happy wrenching!

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Weed Eater... | Answered on Sep 28, 2013

use one that fits over you head so you cant breathe

Garden | Answered 10 hours ago

Don't know why this is posed in Chainsaws, but here goes. Check if the windows are 'square', meaning that there are good even gaps all around the window when it is closed. If not, the window may need to get shimmed to make it 'square' again. This is especially a problem on casement windows for bay or bow windows as they hang over the edge of the house. When properly installed, the weight of the window frame is tied into the attic rafters (on a ranch house) by wire cable so the window will not sag over time. If there is a framing support under a bay/bow window, it may need to be adjusted to bring the window back to square.

Garden | Answered Yesterday

I would need to know exactly what you have. Some models use a vacuum or pressure switch or an electronic idle control switch. What do you own? Sometimes you can tell just by looking at the engine. I need to know much more about the machines specific arrangement. Please let me know and I will try to help you.

Garden | Answered Yesterday

Not much info here... I would take it to a professional and pay them to adjust it correctly..

Garden | Answered on Dec 08, 2019

Hello, rebuilding a starter is not hard... First.. disconnect the battery!! Tie back the connector! There should be one heavy wire going to the starter.. remove it.. tie it back out of the way..There might be 2...or 3.. or 4 bolts/nuts holding the starter on, once they are removed you can remove the starter..DO NOT tap on the round outside housing!! Get a couple clean rags on your work bench.. the starter will have 2/3 long bolts -- or short bolts/nuts/screws on each end.. -CAREFULLY NOTE HOW IT COMES APART- ..remove these...once you have removed each end.. the armature is heavy and the stator is magnetized..remove the armature .. watch for falling shims/washers that belong on the shaft and make sure they go back in the same way!! Now its time to inspect the armature/commutator for wear or damage.. you need to turn/mill/machine the brush's contact area on the commutator to give the new brushes full contact (and, now, this properly done rebuild will last a long time!!).. once the area is flat, smooth, clean and de-burred you need to make sure the MICA UNDERCUT is correct..the "plastic looking" area between each of the little commutator lands must cleaned out/lightly scraped out so there is NO CHANCE the brushes will contact the undercut area! Once this is done correctly,, you will have a nice clean and freshly surfaced commutator! Make sure the bearings are free/bushings are clean, make sure the shims/washers are in place and reinstall the armature..The new brushes come as an assembly (easiest way) or two/four brushes to be installed in the old plate..(yuk)..you have to ma ke sure the brushes are pulled back/locked out of the way.. sometimes you can just move the spring off the brushes and that work great..another way to lock the "out' is with a bobby-pin/hair pin folded into a locking "spring". Once you have the armature/washers/shims/brush plate correctly assembled its time to put the bolts/nuts together and SLOWLY tight everything.. If you have done this correctly the armature should have a noticeable "rumble/feel the magnets working" when turning it by hand..thats the magnets doing their job..Check the armature shaft for excessive and play (did you leave out any shims or washers?).. if it feels right... just re-install in reverse of disassembly.Good Luck!
IF YOU CANNOT DO ALL THIS..just take the starter to a shop that you trust... Now its almost as cheap and easy just to buy a lifetime warranty one from a major auto store.

Garden | Answered on Dec 08, 2019

Dash lights flashing on my 5205

Garden | Answered on Dec 05, 2019

Air trapped in the fuel filter is normal. Air bubbles in a fuel line would imply a cracked fuel line.

Garden | Answered on Dec 05, 2019

Likely the recoil starter is kaput. Removing spark plug so there's no compression, then pull starter. If it's still hard pull, remove recoil starter assembly and spin engine by hand. If engine spins freely, replace recoil start.

Garden | Answered on Dec 04, 2019

Precisely yes, they were grown in the open fields, dont know if they were along I-80 tho.

You can get more info here probably: http://expertplantman.com/

Garden | Answered on Dec 03, 2019


Familiarize yourself with fender deck footrest attachment points.

You have to remove the seat and the fender deck footrest. Pedals, cut height adjuster knob and whatever else.

Garden | Answered on Dec 03, 2019

Google (amf)(c2580020)(manual) without parens.

Garden | Answered on Dec 02, 2019

Sorry.This is not a shop. Try the manufacturers agent.

Garden | Answered on Dec 01, 2019

Probably switch is bad and should be replaced. Temporarily you could short wires going to the switch but you have to remember that you no longer will have that safety feature and machine could be started without operator on the seat or could drive itself when operator is no longer on the seat.

Garden | Answered on Dec 01, 2019

Damaged shear pin. Need to be replace. Another possibility is broken drive belt

Garden | Answered on Dec 01, 2019

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