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Re: Stihl 009L Flooding Out HELP!
« on: February 06, 2013, 03:32:46 pm »
What it sounds like to me is a classic case of a puckered main diaphtragm that is holding open the fuel lever .

I do not have an IPL of that model but I do of an 010-011 which is about the same thing .It lists two carbs ,A Walbro WT and a Zama C1S S1.Nothing is praticularly earth shattering about the Walbro but the Zama is listed with a piston type accelerator  pump .If it isn't a main diaphragm and it is a Zama that pump might be the crux of the problem .That's about all I can add because I've never seen either the saw nor the carb .

 

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