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START IDLE ACCELERATE High Speed Idle Will not Runs Fuel Leak Will Hunts idles Hunts
START IDLE ACCELERATE High Speed Idle Will not Runs Fuel Leak Will Hunts idles Hunts
START
IDLE
ACCELERATE
High Speed
Idle
Will not
Runs
Fuel Leak
Will
Hunts
idles
Hunts
Engine
Hard
Engine
Rich
with
Will not
Over Rich
run at
low
with
At
not
Erratic
Fast
Hesitates
at high
over
Starting
Floods
Idle
Needle
Accelerate
Acceleration
high
Power
needle
Carburetor
idle
Idle
Lean
Speed
Speeds
Closed
speeds
closed
AIR SYSTEM PROBLEM
Plugged Air
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Filter
Leaky
Carburetor
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Gasket
Throttle or
Choke
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Shafts Worn
Choke Not
Functioning
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Properly
Plugged
Atmospheric
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Vent
Air Bleed
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Restricted
Damaged or
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Leaky Rings
DIAPHRAGM SYSTEM PROBLEM
Damaged
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Diaphragm
Stuck or
Dirty Ball
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Check
Diaphragm
Upside
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Down
FUEL SYSTEM PROBLEM
Plugged
Tank Filter
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or Vent
Fuel Pick-up
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Restricted
Idle Port
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Restricted
Damaged
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Adjustment
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Needles
Incorrect
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Float Height
Main Nozzle
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Restricted
Dirty, Stuck
Needle and
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Seat ip
Fuel Inlet
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Plugged
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John
03/26/2011 05:38 AM
My chainsaw engine starts than dies? What should I do?
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Mr Carburetor
03/26/2011 05:45 AM
Based on the problem described, >engine starts than dies,Check fuel flow out of the tank.<
If
the fuel flow is restricted, etc, no amount of carb adjustments will correct the problem. Once
that is assured to be okay, than you can move on to the carb and the carb settings.
Carb Adjustment Basics:
The screw with the {"L"} marking is the Low Speed screw.
The screw with the {"H"} marking is the High Speed screw.
Best method is to turn the "H" screw out 2 turns and fire up the engine. With the engine running
full speed, adjust the "H" screw outwards until the engine exhaust burns slightly black and or
blue smoke. Then turn the same screw inwards until the engine just starts to run too lean. This
may be indicated by a drastically or slightly increased speed just before the engine appears to
die slightly or totally.
The center point between the 2 extremes is often times but not always, the best setting. On a 2
cycle engine. A slightly rich fuel mixture is best. The reason is, the incoming fuel helps to cool
the engine slightly, adds the fuel which is also the engines lubricant and the fuel mixture is also
the engines speed governor.
A
too lean fuel mixture will allow the engine to run at a higher top speed but also causes it to
run hotter. A higher top speed will also drastically decrease engine performance under load and
service life expectancy.
The same procedure is used for the "L" low speed fuel adjustment. When the carb is adjusted
correctly, all speeds will run fine and there will not be any hesitation between idle and a quick
jump into high speed.
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Mr Carburetor
03/26/2011 05:52 AM
Small 2 cycle engines that stumble, bog down or stall during acceleration from idle to high speed
can be caused by any of several possibilites. If the engine stalls when attempt to accelerate, the
low speed adjustment is too low, providing the carb is in proper working order. Both the low speed
speeding and the high speed setting are needed to run the engine at high speeds. But the low
speed setting has to be correct or the engine stumbles and or dies. Another most likely problem for
engine stumblings between idle and high speed acceleration is the carb adjustments. Based upon
the problem description and all else being operational, the LOW speed fuel adjustment is too LEAN.
Keeping in mind that both the high and low speed adjustments supply fuel to the engine at the
same time and work together to allow the engine to run correctly. When the LOW speed adjustment
is too LEAN, the engine will idle but it will also bog down, stumble, stall and or fail to run well at
high speeds or when attempting to accelerate. When the LOW speed adjustment is too LEAN, the
engine will idle but it will also bog down, stumble and or stall when attempting to accelerate. To
correct the condition, once the engine is warmed up & running on idle, increase the LOW {L} speed
fuel setting until the engine just begins to run fuel rich. Then turn the LOW {L} fuel screw in slightly.
When the engine will accelerate from idle to high speed without bogging down, stumbling or
stalling, adjust the HIGH {H} speed fuel screw until the engine runs slighly fuel rich. Once you
remove the caps, slightly increase the low setting screw while the engine is running at a low speed.
Turn screw until black or blackist & blueish smoke appears. Than turn screw inwards slightly so
engine will run at idle and not flood out.
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turn screw inwards slightly so engine will run at idle and not flood out. Like Reply
   
    Userboaco 04/17/2011 11:13 AM    

Userboaco

04/17/2011 11:13 AM

Userboaco 04/17/2011 11:13 AM
   

Thank you for the detailed response. 2 weeks ago I filled my Stihl tiller with fresh fuel mix and it ran great for an hour or more. 2 weeks later (today) I topped off the fuel and started her up again. It ran for about a minute, then stalled. She wouldnt start for some time, so I cleaned the plug, checked air filter, and finally got her started again, but the tiller will not accelerate w/o stumbling then stalling. The fuel is a new mix and the unit seems to idle fine. However, if I just touch the throttle, it dies. That said, should I be adjusting the carb using these instructions above, or looking at some other issue? Thanks in advance!

 

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  Mark Walton653 06/23/2011 04:53 AM  

Mark Walton653

06/23/2011 04:53 AM

06/23/2011 04:53 AM
 

my stihl ms 200t wont start borrowed it to a mate and it was set for winter use he ajusted carb and wont start whats the best way to set it up anyone thanks

 
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