Topic: Re: tsx 33 main power jet
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#1 Why on earth were you trying to remove it??!! Just can't resist jacking with things? Well, now that you have made that mistake, the best thing is to select the proper left hand drill bit size and try to unscrew your screw up. Beyond that you may, if that fails, drill out most of it & then carefully pick out the remaining bits in the threads of the carb casting. If you drilled too much off center, then you can throw it in the trash. Recovery from your mistake depends on your skills from here forward. In the future, leave well enough alone. Remember, a carb is not a mountain to climb, just because it is there. Please respect my "insensitivity" as much as those who want me to respect their sensitivity.
|Lisa K said: (quoted from post at 01:18:11 12/09/12) Half the main power jet twisted off when trying to remove, how do we get the other half out of the bottom of the carb?|
This post was edited by JMOR at 23:35:34 12/08/12.
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