Posted by midnightrider88 on November 13, 2012 at 19:38:38 from (184.108.40.206):
I seem to have a problem with my lp 4020. I just replaced the seal in the strainer, along with replacing the spark plugs, air filter oil, wires, roter and distributor cap. Unfortunately I did all these items at the same time. It now seems to run fine at the start, but after it warms up, it doesn't run very good. It wants to die when any load is first applied, and just doesn't have any power. Again, when first started, it seems to go fine and have plenty of power, and after warmed up, no power, and wants to die when load is first applied. Could it be that it is not getting enough fuel, or did I screw up the timing? One other thing, if I open the throttler wide open, it sounds really upset, and sparks seem to come out of the muffler.
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