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Re: JD 112 No Fuel to Carb? HH 100 Tecumseh

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05-16-2013 07:18:22

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Check for spark. The coils are hard to find. There are alternatives tho.

Follow the fuel line. Mine screws into the carb intake. It is rectangular(1"x 2 1/2" x 1/2") and gaskets should be available. If not, I could send you a used fuel pump. I would need to check diagrams to make sure they are the same.

Generally, the fuel pump will be between the carb and gas tank but closer to the engine so it can use the vaccuum from the engine.

If you blew air from the fuel line to the tank, you might have ruffled the gasket inside the fuel pump. Make sure float is moving freely.

I think mostly 10hp up engines use fuel pumps. There is a way to install a fuel pump that runs off of vaccuum if you need to.

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05-16-2013 07:22:43

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 Re: JD 112 No Fuel to Carb? HH 100 Tecumseh in reply to rrobert, 05-16-2013 07:18:22  
Thanks! I can locate no fuel pump anywhere on the engine. I was told it might be a gravity fed set-up. The float moves freely. I may again soak the carb but this time overnight and see if that does something.

Not sure if I understand how to add a fuel pump and why one would be needed given it was running without one for years?

Keep the suggestions flowing -- unlike my fuel.

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05-16-2013 07:46:35

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 Re: JD 112 No Fuel to Carb? HH 100 Tecumseh in reply to BillM2, 05-16-2013 07:22:43  
Yah, if it doesn't have a fuel pump, then no need to add one.

Did you remove the rubber seat before you soaked the carb? It might have swollen or could be slipped out of place. Sometimes they will drop and not let fuel thru.

Did you check for an on/off valve on the tank?

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05-16-2013 07:23:26

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 Re: JD 112 No Fuel to Carb? HH 100 Tecumseh in reply to rrobert, 05-16-2013 07:18:22  
nevermind. You posted that it does run off of starting fluid.

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