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Carburetor flooding on Case 530 gas tractor..

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zantino

04-02-2012 18:02:51




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I have a case 530 triple range gas tractor with a zenith carburetor. The problem is that the carb floods when I work it too hard. The carb has been rebuilt and the float has been checked for leaks. I have recently noticed that the intake/exhaust manifold has a leak in it. Could the gasket be causing the flooding problem because of the air fuel mixture? Any comments would be greatly appreciated.

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FarmerHR

04-03-2012 22:31:31




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 Re: Carburetor flooding on Case 530 gas tractor.. in reply to zantino, 04-02-2012 18:02:51  
Have you had a chance to check that the fuel level in the carburator is set correctly ? I have seen situations where a misadjusted float caused a similiar problem.
Hope this helps
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zantino

04-04-2012 06:37:29




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 Re: Carburetor flooding on Case 530 gas tractor.. in reply to FarmerHR, 04-03-2012 22:31:31  
Actually I was wondering how to do that, and where do I find out what the correct fuel level is? Thanks for the reply.



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