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Re: Case 188 Roosamaster pump problem

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06-24-2013 07:49:41

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It would be my guess that the fuel metering valve is stuck in the stop position,this can happen when the stop control is not pushed back to the run position after stopping the engine,you need to take the top cover off and move the valve manually to the run position,the valve is pushed by a crank to the stop position,it is returned to run by a spring,if it sticks the spring just gives without moving the valve,so after stopping return the control to run and put the throttle on full.


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Douglas Grandy

06-24-2013 12:07:58

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 Re: Case 188 Roosamaster pump problem in reply to AJ., 06-24-2013 07:49:41  
Well, hopefully that's it. I'll give it a try and see what happens.

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Douglas Grandy

06-24-2013 16:00:46

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 Re: Case 188 Roosamaster pump problem in reply to Douglas Grandy, 06-24-2013 12:07:58  
I took the top of the pump off and metering valve lever is moving as it should. Still no fuel. I guess this leads me to the delivery valve being stuck? I have worked on Roosa pumps before and had same problem. So unless anyone has any other ideas, it looks like I'll be taking the pump off and taking apart.

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