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to35leaks fuel into oil

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03-20-2017 18:01:48

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this tractor sat up through the winter just put a clutch in it I lost my manual and I don't remember how high the floats are to be set . please help thanks ahead of time. fuel is getting in the oil and leaking out the air intake

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03-20-2017 20:32:27

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 Re: to35leaks fuel into oil in reply to mike-t, 03-20-2017 18:01:48  
I usually just turn the top upside down, get the top of the float parallel with the gasket.

Be sure the float doesn't have gas inside, and the needle/seat are in good condition.

Could be rust and dirt coming down from the tank. Be sure the sediment bowl is clean and the screen is in place. I like to turn the fuel on before connecting the line, let it flush. The tiniest speck of rust can hold the needle valve open.

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03-20-2017 18:35:58

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 Re: to35leaks fuel into oil in reply to mike-t, 03-20-2017 18:01:48  
Remove plug from bottom of carb. Install barbed fitting. Place clear hose over barbed end. Hold open end of hose up towards gas tank. Turn on gas. Clear hose will show you the float level inside the carb. Should not be above the casting line.

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03-20-2017 18:16:52

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 Re: to35leaks fuel into oil in reply to mike-t, 03-20-2017 18:01:48  
If it gas your float in sticking and letting fuel in engine. Turn gas off after using it or rebuild carb.

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