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The carburetor is attached to the throttle cable, which is attached to the gas pedal. When you push down on the gas, you`re literally causing the carburetor to open up and pull in more air, thus pulling in more fuel as well, bringing more power and speed out of the engine.
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The Throttle linkage on the carburetor came off where does it go
On the inner butterfly linkage on the carburetor closest to the engine
Carburetor diagrams diagram showing line connection from gas tank to carb
I know of no diagram available for this. But if you have both lines out and visible you can just put them on the carb, fill the tank and prime it and see if fuel moves. If it does your done….if not….flip the lines and try again!
I need a carburetor diagram/schematic for Stihl FS85 trimmer
Call the company that you bought it from or the manufactor might have it yet so they can send it to you.
Carburetor linkages for riding lawn mower
Go to a tecumseh website and get a breakdown of the parts list and that should help a bit. Good luck.
Regarding a saniflo macerator installation, this is my second post in the last couple of days. Installation was done by a licensed plumber. Brief background: after the installation was complete, the pump appeared to very noisey to me; when the sink ran, the toilet gurgled and vice versa when the toilet was flushed; also, I saw that the plumber had used several short elbows on the discharge pipe as follows doing initially a horizontal run from the macerator discharge outlet of some 18 inches then vertically up about 30 inches then horizontally some 20 inches and again vertically going down to connect to a Y on the hanging sewer line. Also the discharge line is not strapped, and vibrates/moves as the macerator is engaged. At the time of my first post, I did not realize that he had used an Oatey AAV for venting purposes. Based on the responses from FixYa on my first post, I did some more research on this installation. Also spoke with a tech from Saniflo a couple of times. The configuration of the discharge as currently in place appears to be a major problem. From what I now understand, the discharge should come out the macerator on an elbow going vertically then into a bend horizontally into a Y connection on the sewer line. Am I understanding this correctly and is this the way that the plumber should remediate his prior discharge install? According to Saniflo and another plumber that I talked with, the AAV or any mechanical device cannot be used to vent the Sanibest macerator. I have an unused side wall vent (3″ PVC pipe) at the corner of the basement about 4-5 feet from the macerator. I was told that I could use that to vent the macerator correctly or I could tie into the vent pipe that vents my kitchen sink. That vent pipe is about 8 feet downstream from the macerator, not the best location but accessible. Do either of these vent locations appear viable to use? Last but not least, is there any other venting that needs to be in place with the sink and toilet that run into the macerator? I would like to hear back on these questions from someone who has some definitive experience with these Sanibest installs. I appreciated the prior responses from my first post because they started to point me in the right direction. I want to be as informed as possible when the plumber comes back to remediate this original install. Thanks much.
Here you can find the recommended installation instructionshttp://www.saniflo.co.uk/pdf/install/SANIBEST.pdfTo put it simply the venting in your installation has been done incorrectly and the fact that the pipes were left unsecured to the wall should have been the giveaway – that plumber was just a hack.Yes, if the Y discharge is considerably lower than the macerator the AAV must be used. But only in this case – in all the others its unnecessary. You never said were this aerator is situated but it appears that (since you hear gurgling), it’s not at the top of the loop where it should be.Yes, you could use that extra vent. No, no extra venting should be used – the proper installation is explained in the diagrams on the link above at page 4.Yes, call another plumber to do the install properly.
Snowblower stuck in gear
The issue here is likely related to the “linkage”. Linkage is the parts (often a cable or metal rods) that connect the shifter to the actual part(s) inside the snowblower that need to physically move to change speed and direction of the machine.
You’ll need to carefully inspect the entire linkage to locate missing or worn cotter pins, bolts, etc. You may need to open the underside on the snowblower to inspect and access the entire linkage. These are typical parts that are used to keep the linkage connected to the shift handle and internal wheel assembly. The linkage isn’t usually complex – often a pin or threaded portion that passes thru a hole in an assembly – that is held in place with a cotter pin, bolt, etc. Simply move the shifter so that the linkage can be secured properly and you should be “good to go”.
Carburetor adjustment zama walbro tuneup – whipper snipper stihl fs 38
Too long to print here. Go to the zama web sit and they give you a wonderful procedure for adjusting a zama carburetor. Especially important after you have taken it apart and installed a new carb kit. And even if you get a new carb the initial settings are so called defaults and you should really fine tune the carb for your specific motor.
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