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Re: Shutting down under load!!!! Urgent help required.

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05-12-2013 19:43:29

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Ok so I took off the fuel line and resized and shaped to be level or downhill to the carb. I removed and cleaned filter in sediment bowl. I removed and cleaned carb inlet elbow and cleaned screen. Took it out in the field and it ran with finish mower 1/2 swipe in foot tall grass at 3/4-full throttle. The field has downward angle which I started across with carb side low got
To the end turned up hill in a u and ran across field wit carb on high side. No issue until reach the end and turned uphill once again imagine figure "s" as I made turn uphill tractor shut off. Backed it down slightly and sat a minute then restarted it the lifted mower disengaged pto and drove to garage. Opened screw on carb 1/16-1/8 of a turn took it down to field tried again exact same pattern with exact same result. Back to garage the same opened screw on carb another 1/8 turn. Back to the field only this time made ellipses length of field and back carb on low side then u turn up and to left carb on high side but when I neared end of field I did not turn uphill I went downhill and across with carb back on low side again. I made 4 revolutions with no issues. On last revolution I decided to attempt a turn up the hill and tractor shut down. Any ideas??? Also is there a screen somewhere between or in the gas tank and sediment bowl?? What am I missing very frustrating?

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05-12-2013 20:11:57

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 Re: Shutting down under load!!!! Urgent help required. in reply to Kb3erv, 05-12-2013 19:43:29  
Something simple to check would be pulling the carb off and checking the float level.....that may be an issue that could be influenced by the angle of the tractor. Float should be level with base of carb. Also, you don't have any rubber hose with an "inline" fuel filter on it do you? If you do throw it away.
A simple way to determine whether you are not getting enough fuel to the carb is to disconnect the line at the carb, and let it run back into a gas can. This will tell you if the issue is before the carb, or inside the carb.

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05-12-2013 20:24:06

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 Re: Shutting down under load!!!! Urgent help required. in reply to Gearhead210, 05-12-2013 20:11:57  
No inline filter. Possibly one in the past because it is hard line from sediment bowl then to rubber for 6 inches the back to hard line. No filter now though. I will try the flow check.

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