Question about Garden
Adjust the screw with the letter L on it. Turn it in until it stops and dont force it any further then back it out a fill turn and 1/4. That should get it running. If it still Boggs down then get it running again and slowly turn the screw out and keep giving it a bit of throttle. Also an adjustment for the screw with the letter H along side of it needs to be turned in until it too stops then back it out 1 full turn. Once you get the trimmer taking the fuel give it full throttle and slowly turn the H screw either out or maybe in until you get it to rev up. Dont lean it out too much. If that doesn't work then you probably will need a new carburetor kit and clean the carb.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes, something special to know. If the new fuel line is going into the gas tank, be sure to cut a steep angle on the end of the line going into the gas tank. This will allow enough of the line to get into the tank where you will be able to grab it thru the gas fill opening with needle nose pliers and pull it thru.
Posted on Apr 14, 2010
Testimonial: "Thanks for the tip, I will try that when I find out the fuel line size."
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