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Re: 8N sputtering and cutting out

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Roger in Iowa

07-06-2020 18:52:04

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Why the PTFE? Sounds like some of it is in the fuel line or fittings blocking fuel flow. May be in the needle/seat of the carb or in the jets of the carb. Doesn't take much foreign material to stop fuel flow.

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Top K (Va)

07-06-2020 19:15:02

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 Re: 8N sputtering and cutting out in reply to Roger in Iowa, 07-06-2020 18:52:04  
Thanks Roger for the question. When I discovered there was a PTFE for fuel connections (Gasoila), I thought I'd give it a try. But you make a good point - in this case, I don't think I had any leakage at any of the thread connections. I doubt that any of the PTFE is in the fuel line - if it was, the issue would be occuring much more than it is - remember, I was able to run for at least an hour today with no issues. If nothing else works, I'll remove the PTFE and blow out the fuel line to the carb to see if anything comes out. I used the Gasoila on a leaking oil plug on my push lawnmower and it works like a charm - no leaks!

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