So the diaphragms are probably still in good shape unless it's had ethonal fuel in it. If it has, that's likely the problem with the carb.So... I found out 2 years ago to the week I ordered a rebuild kit for the carb. Not a replacement.
I've always tried to keep ethanol out, but there may have been a couple times it's had ethanolSo the diaphragms are probably still in good shape unless it's had ethonal fuel in it. If it has, that's likely the problem with the carb.
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How would I go about the pressure test?I think the OP needs to take the carb apart to find the source of the problem. I am betting a stiff metering diaphragm, misadjusted metering lever, or both. Could also be a gummed-up inlet needle not sealing. I'd remove the carb and try a pressure test on the fuel line before I took apart.
Who knows I could've put a gasket or diaphragm in wrong last rebuild...I think once you get the carb disassembled, the problem will present itself. I had a Walbro MDC that kept flooding a saw, I eventually discovered the service manual I was using had a mistake in a diagram, and I had it assembled wrong the whole time. Your saw should NOT be flooding that bad unless something is wrong inside the carb.
Dang that sucks. I wish I knew what to tell you man. Maybe try 2 turns on the low? Maybe someone will have the answer for you.I went through the carburetor everything is there that should be and seems to be in place. Nothing seemed overly hardened or unpliable.
With my son holding the throttle wide open and me pulling it, it pops once or twice every pull, but won't run. I've dialed the screws a 1/2 turn each direction and get no change. Started at low 1 turn, high 1-1/8 turn