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Re: Super EZ flooding
« on: July 14, 2016, 01:27:47 pm »
I used your advice to check the fuel level lever.  It was OK, however, the diaphragm from the new kit had the extra length to the button for the clevis to engage.  BUT, the original diaphragm had just a small button or pad for the lever to contact.  I took the dremel and cut off the extra and ground it down to the level of the original diaphragm button.

It finally started and I got it adjusted properly.  This is a strong little saw,  I can't wait to go against my buddy's ms250.

 

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