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Re: Can the reg be too far from carb??

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R Wyler

01-15-2013 18:54:07

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The reg did have dust on it.. Hmmm.... I guess working on the M6 would be about like the M5 it has talks about it in the book. I don't know of anyone locally that would still work on a reg.

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01-17-2013 13:31:30

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 Re: Can the reg be too far from carb?? in reply to R Wyler, 01-15-2013 18:54:07  
I had same problem with Century m5 on a 670. It would fire on ether. Had regulator apart and foung nothing wrong. Diaphram would fill up and then shut input valve off. Will get kit for regulator or change it someday. I could hear Lp at carb but it would not run on Lp but would run on ether.

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R Wyler

01-17-2013 20:06:49

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 Re: Can the reg be too far from carb?? in reply to molinegb, 01-17-2013 13:31:30  
I took the outside cover off my new M6 today. The valve worked freely and this one has a metal plate that I assume is vacume operated. This M6 does not have a rubber diaphram or is it in behind the light metal plate inside the cover? I am wondering if it is not getting enough vacume. But then the thing does not fire at all when I prime the entire system. I am getting lp up into the manifold I checked by taking out one of the pipe plugs. It all seems operative but maybe I am overlooking something.
This post was edited by R Wyler at 20:08:33 01/17/13.

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