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123sab

06-12-2009 12:53:33




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I have a problem with my VAC, when ever I park my VAC on an up or down hill or slope it runs out of gas. As soon as it is level it starts right up and runs fine. I have come to my wits end trying to figure this gravitational problem out. PLEASE HELP.




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GEOMO

06-15-2009 10:33:31




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 Re: 48 VAC in reply to 123sab, 06-12-2009 12:53:33  
IS THE BREATHER BOWL FULL OF WATER?



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C. Amick

06-12-2009 19:40:06




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 Re: 48 VAC in reply to 123sab, 06-12-2009 12:53:33  
Do you mean when you stop the engine and park it on a hill the gas leaks out of the carburetor? Or the engine shuts off when going up or down a hill?



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starcraft1

06-14-2009 13:50:14




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 Re: 48 VAC in reply to C. Amick, 06-12-2009 19:40:06  
When I"m running on a hill up or down for some reason the tractor dosen"t get the gas to the carborator to keep it running and the VAC shuts off.The only way to start it is to get it level again, and it starts right up.



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starcraft1

06-14-2009 13:47:59




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 Re: 48 VAC in reply to C. Amick, 06-12-2009 19:40:06  
When I"m running on a hill up or down for some reason the tractor dosen"t get the gas to the carborator to keep it running and the VAC shuts off.The only way to start it is to get it level again, and it starts right up.



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