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Re: Leaky Carb.

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JoeN'Mo

02-05-2013 13:09:29
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Soundguy;

I hadn't tried to start the tractor yet. I had just turned on the gas valve and it immediately started leaking from that little plug-thingy.
But I definitely will check out the float and valve assy. Thanks for your help.

Joe




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soundguy

02-05-2013 15:27:03
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 Re: Leaky Carb. in reply to JoeN'Mo, 02-05-2013 13:09:29  
screw the main needle all the way out.. open the bowl drain and let some fuel drain into a cup.. shut off tank tap.. use a straw on the end of a carb cleaner spray and give a few blasts at the main needle hole ( cover eyes ).. and then remove fuel line from carb and give some blasts there till it drips at the bowl drain. put back together and turn fuel on.

may have been crudded up float. if that don't fix it.. time to kit it.

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JoeN'Mo

02-05-2013 16:02:52
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 Re: Leaky Carb. in reply to soundguy, 02-05-2013 15:27:03  
Sounds like a plan. I'll give it a try tomorrow.

Thanks for all your help.

Joe



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soundguy

02-05-2013 16:12:05
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 Re: Leaky Carb. in reply to JoeN'Mo, 02-05-2013 16:02:52  
cheapest anyway. good luck.

post back if you hit a snag.

many people can help you kit or set a carb.. and if the carb is extra cranky.. there is a carb expert here named GB, plus a few pro mechanics and NH parts men/mechanics that can help.. plus us regular old iron mongers...



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old

02-05-2013 14:48:06
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 Re: Leaky Carb. in reply to JoeN'Mo, 02-05-2013 13:09:29  
As sound said that is pretty much a device in the carb to make sure if flooded it will drain so you can start it once it has drained. You may have a float problem or you could also have a little dirt/rust in the needle seat causing that. If dirt etc some times pulling the carb drain plug is enough to let ti flow out and then the float work just fine again



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JoeN'Mo

02-05-2013 15:11:59
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 Re: Leaky Carb. in reply to old, 02-05-2013 14:48:06  
Thanks Old - I'll check and see if the float is working like it should. I had the carb apart last week and the float didn't seem to have any fluid in it, so I'll have another look at the seat and valve.

Appreciate your help. Joe



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Ken N Tx

02-06-2013 04:08:24
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 Re: Leaky Carb. in reply to JoeN'Mo, 02-05-2013 15:11:59  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

?????

No fluid is suppose to be in the float!!!



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old

02-05-2013 21:00:04
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 Re: Leaky Carb. in reply to JoeN'Mo, 02-05-2013 15:11:59  
Do not know where you are in Missouri but my e-mail is always open of you need help. I am at the lake of the Ozarks



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JoeN'Mo

02-07-2013 15:07:40
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 Re: Leaky Carb. in reply to old, 02-05-2013 21:00:04  
Old - Thanks for your reply. I"m in Southeast Mo., about 60 miles south of St. Louis.

Joe



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old

02-07-2013 15:44:09
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 Re: Leaky Carb. in reply to JoeN'Mo, 02-07-2013 15:07:40  
Oh so your over there in the swamp land area or maybe where it likes to shake once in a while. So yep a good 200 plus miles from me



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LarryNMO

02-06-2013 18:08:51
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 Re: Leaky Carb. in reply to old, 02-05-2013 21:00:04  
Old, what is your email? I'm an old sailor like yourself. Located in Wentzville, MO



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old

02-06-2013 20:33:28
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 Re: Leaky Carb. in reply to LarryNMO, 02-06-2013 18:08:51  
My e-mail is always open on here if you use modern you click on my name or if on classic you should see click on e-mail at the bottom of a post. Or oldcoal@earthlink.net



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