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07-20-2012 15:12:08

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Might sell the tool. I have seen some that are half moons and others that are splined 12+ points like a torx.

I just used a thin grinding disc on a dremel and cut a slot so I could adjust it with a flat screwdriver.

I couldn't get either carb to work so I scrapped the machine.

One thing you should check is the exhaust. Remove the muffler and see if it runs properly. There is a spark arrestor screen that will get clogged with carbon. Either remove it or clean it.

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George Marsh

07-20-2012 16:20:48

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 Re: small engine shop in reply to rrobert, 07-20-2012 15:12:08  
Went to ebay and found the tool for $7.97 including shipping. Ordered one.

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07-20-2012 22:45:14

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 forgot to mention in reply to George Marsh, 07-20-2012 16:20:48  
Also, check the fuel line inside the gas tank. The fuel line and return line will look fine on the outside of the tank but be rotten/cracked inside the tank. Replace with line from a small engine shop. Don't mix the lines up.

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07-20-2012 15:14:49

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 ps in reply to rrobert, 07-20-2012 15:12:08  
Be careful with the yellow lever. I broke the last one I worked on and had to patch it back together.

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