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Re: massey harris 22 low power

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El Toro

07-06-2012 06:48:27

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Check the gas flow from the tank to the carburetor. Use a clean container and catch the gas. Should have a full stream of gas. If that looks ok remove the tube fitting where your gas line connects at the carb. Look for a screen behind that tube fitting that may be plugged with crud. If that isn't plugged your carburetor probably needs a good cleaning by soaking in carburetor cleaner and use air pressure to blow the jets. Make sure your float is set high enough. Hal

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A DeWitt

07-06-2012 10:07:22

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 Re: massey harris 22 low power in reply to El Toro, 07-06-2012 06:48:27  
okay, thanks. i'll give that a try this weekend. alex

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A DeWitt

07-12-2012 22:24:35

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 Re: massey harris 22 low power in reply to A DeWitt, 07-06-2012 10:07:22  
Getting good flow of fuel to the carb, I had the card apart and it was much cleaner then I expected. Maybe the carb needs to be set up or possibly the timing is off?? The plugs don"t look the greatest but I can"t see them being bad enough to cause the power loss it has. Any ideas? Thanks, Alex.

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