Check the Throttle and Governor linkage for worn parts, especially the holes. If there is wear here it will be floating around all over the place. Make sure with the engine stopped and the throttle wide open, that the throttle linkage moves very easily and isn't catching anywhere. You need to check this linkage GENTLY, don't use any pressure to move it as the engine doesn't do that. Check the two springs that they are in good order especially the one that is in the vertical Rod from the Governor. If it is damaged in any way that would cause it. You should re-set the Governor Linkage, if you need the info to do that, email me at the address below and I will send it to you.. John(UK).. email@example.com
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