Posted by joe csuti on July 20, 2012 at 17:43:46 from (220.127.116.11):
In Reply to: ZAMA carb posted by George Marsh on July 20, 2012 at 13:56:42:
If this carb is built same/similar to most walbro carbs an easily/usually over looked item in carb is the 100 mesh screen filter pressed into a cavity in carb body(I don't remember if it's under pump diaphram or metering diaphram)if this screen gets dirty/gummed up it will make eng run lean or not at all without choke,if carb has screen you can clean by carefully removing same from carb body,soaking in carb cleaner then blow out from backside & reinstall or goto link below & type 38-8121 in search,screens are priced each,but only sold in 10 pack,also while there click on chainsaw & look at zama rebuild kits,see if any for your mod# carb.
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