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chas

08-13-2019 01:30:50




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Following on from the previous discussion on this, tracked down to a blockage in the Fuel Tap/strainer assembly head.
On the MF25 this is a short-bowl, under the tank fitting. Original type replacements no longer available and newer types all have different thread fittings. Removed/dismantled assembly and blew through with compressed air, this cleared it. Previously flow into bowl just a drip, now two good streams from the nozzle. Also dismantled and blew through the tank cap, new gauze in strainers and new filter. Should be all good to go ! (Fingers Crossed!)

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Bret4207

08-13-2019 06:37:41




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 Re: Engine Just Dies - Update - in reply to chas, 08-13-2019 01:30:50  
If you can do it, I'd clean out the tank. Whatever gunk is in there will plug it up again sooner or later.



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chas

08-13-2019 08:04:27




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 Re: Engine Just Dies - Update - in reply to Bret4207, 08-13-2019 06:37:41  
Hi Bret, Did check that, inside is quite clean, no visible rust or dirt. Did find a stray piece of pipe, about 6" long x about 1/8" dia, no idea where it came from, but assumed courtesy of some previous service effort! Other than that no problems, better than I expected.



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old

08-13-2019 09:19:03




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 Re: Engine Just Dies - Update - in reply to chas, 08-13-2019 08:04:27  
I've run into that type of problem many times over he years. When you add fuel some times the wind likes to make a deposit like a leave off a tree etc so tat in tun breaks down and gets into the sediment bowl assembly and causes problems. Had that happen o my Oliver S88 this summer



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