My WD normally starts and runs fine. It has a MS carb. Overhauled 10 hours ago or so. Yesterday, I was doing some disking. After awhile it started to miss or cut out under load. It was probably the warmest day we've seen this year. I adjusted the valve at the bottom front of the carburetor a little. It seemed to run better. Then, it started cutting out again. I adjusted it a bit more and it worked good the rest of the day. Does one need to adjust the main jet all the time depending on the weather and load? Kind of a hassle.
Re: WD underload in reply to Greg, 05-27-2002 20:23:21
Probably some trash in the carb or jet. I have had small engines you had to do this to, but on your WD once you set it it should be right and require no further adjustment. Clean the carb if it starts doing it again and add an inline fuel filter.
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