Posted by Cenexguy on June 17, 2011 at 11:12:32 from (220.127.116.11):
Hi guys. I have been working on getting a generator motor running for a buddy of mine. I can get the motor to run by squirting fuel in the intake. The electric solenoid is working to let fuel in; however, I cannot get the fuel through the carb. Not really familiar with this carb. It is off of a2 cylinder horizontal shaft GX610 engine. I'm going to try to post a couple of pics to have you guys look at, to see if you can help. When I blow air through the inlet, I get nothing. When I blow air through the brass fitting onn the left of the pic, I get fuel out of the solenoid shut off hole. I took the 4 screws out of the bottom, but it wouldn't come appart. I din't want to force anything.
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