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Re: Stihl HT 75 Flooding
« on: March 31, 2012, 06:06:01 pm »
My storage tip is to never let it rain on my tools.

When I get done with them, I put them away with the gas in them. I've been doing that for more years than I care to remember. Back in the late 50's, I would see a little mud in the carbs but not in the last 40 years. I never had any trouble leaving gas in the carbs. I have trouble with filter fuzz in the carb screens sometimes.

I have to replace a metering diaphragm every once and a while. I have not experienced any check valve flaps curling up on the pump diaphragms.

I have a lot of yard tools and chainsaws.

I must be lucky with good gasoline in this area?
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