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Followup- Case 830 Stumbling

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10-24-2016 19:22:28

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cnj 152, fixerupper, fixer2u, Mike Fitz, John Saeli, old prouduct, Bruce from Can. Thank you for all your suggestions. They were great. As you recall I was having trouble with my 830 stumbling. After it was back in the barn, I drained all the gas out of the tank (about 4 gallons). Before going any farther with the trouble shooting, I pulled the fuel separator. Low and behold there were three gas soaked seeds in the neck of the separator. I tried blowing through it with my mouth on the intake end. It was very hard to get any air through. Removed the seeds and cleaned the intake. I was then able to blow air through it fairly easy. I have now run the tractor several times and it works great. No stumbling. The flow I had with the seeds in place was about .125 inches and was constant out the bottom of the carb. Now the flow is about .250 inches. Remember it drained the 4 gallons with no problem or stoppage of flow. Did not have to replace any parts. However; I soldered up a two inch strainer and put it on the intake of the separator to help prevent future blockages.
John Sali, you hit the nail on the head.
Thanks Again

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10-25-2016 11:34:21

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 Re: Followup- Case 830 Stumbling in reply to Farmerhr, 10-24-2016 19:22:28  
John Saeli, thank you again.
The thing that threw me off was that the fuel flowed continuously and never did stop. Working in the field, I did not have a watch with a second hand so missed the slow flow. Now that I think about it, the stream was about half the size as it normally is.
Thanks Again.

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John Saeli

10-25-2016 05:21:41

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 Re: Followup- Case 830 Stumbling in reply to Farmerhr, 10-24-2016 19:22:28  
Thank you for getting back. Most often, we never hear back. Glad to have helped.

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