Question about Echo Pb265l 25.4cc Gas Powered 158 Mph Low Noise Padded Backpack Leaf Blower
Cleaned carb, cleaned exhaust screen, cleaned filter, checked plug proper spacing. starts on the second pull every time, but soon as I turn the throttle all the way up it bogs down and kills. almost like it got flooded but still starts up two pulls later
Check the following, then clean or replace:
Posted on May 19, 2015
Ignition wire fixed my Stihl backpack when it did this last fall
Posted on Feb 07, 2015
Remove the muffler completly and check the exhaust port itself has not carboned up, if the port is clear, it may be the muffler itself is blocked, try running the machine with the muffler loose, if it revs normally all be a bit loud change the muffler.
Posted on Apr 01, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Find the fuel air mixture screw located by the carb and turn it so the moter starts to slow down then turn it so the blower runs smoothly this should keep it from dying out
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
If the fuel lines, spark arrestor, sparkplug and carb check out OK, (as mine did) and if it will rev up with the choke partially on, here's the fix:
There is a small plastic plug pressed into a slightly larger brass plug located in the body of the carburetor, surrounded mostly by the white plastic primer housing (between the fuel in and out hose connections). Pry out the plastic plug with a pick and you will find the high-speed adjustment needle. You'll have to back it out a bit to richen the mixture. Using a tiny screwdriver, start the engine and find the point where the engine runs at maximum speed (don't leave it here as you could run the risk of running the engine a bit on the lean side, causing premature cylinder wear). Then, back out the screw a bit more until the engine speed starts to drop a bit. Try revving the engine a few times with the throttle trigger and if it's nice and responsive, you're all set.
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
SOURCE: Echo Weed Eater bogs down.
Echo carbs have a little black plastic plug covering the High speed adj screw..CA air pulotion control bs..So get that little black blug out and give the screw a little turn open and u should be good to go..It worked for me..on a PBL 251 blower..My Echo weed wacker has the carb also..Go to Echos site and download the parts break down for your unit and look at the carb page..You will see the plug and HS,screw..happing wacking and blowing
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
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