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

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05-16-2013 19:34:25

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Is there a diagram of this carb somewhere?
I did take the bowl off, let the float hang, and cranked the engine. No gas flowed. I'm soaking the carb overnight to see if that frees up


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joe csuti

05-17-2013 03:19:26

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 Re: JD 112 No Fuel to Carb? HH 100 Tecumseh in reply to BillM2, 05-16-2013 19:34:25  
If the float needle is still connected to tang on float by small clip & drops with float,then the problem is as has been said-hole in float needle seat plugged or seat damaged,if needle disconnected from float then needle stuck in seat due to dirt/gum or the more common cause,needle seat age hardned/distorted & needle sticking in seat,the only cure for this problem is replace needle/seat.

For assembly drawing of carb goto link below & lookup mod/spec# in tecumseh eng parts listing.

IF you have to remove seat from needle bore hole use a long #4 sheetmetal or wood screw & thread into hole in seat & pull seat out of bore,if you do pull out you will need a new seat as seat will be damaged when removing.

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06-10-2013 14:05:11

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 Re: JD 112 No Fuel to Carb? HH 100 Tecumseh in reply to joe csuti, 05-17-2013 03:19:26  
So I cleaned thoroughly and got the engine to run. I may have gotten some fuel line rubber in the carb (I've replaced the old one) because now the engine surges. Or is an adjustment needed? When I engage the mower's belts, it doesn't surge. Any further advice?

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