HOW TO ADJUST THE IDLE ON A STIHL TRIMMER AFTER YOU HAVE INSTALLED A NEW CARBURETOR




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Dreadzedan: Should demonstrate adjustment with carb in place.

Harry Pappas: on my fs45 trimmer how do i replace the fuel tank do you have a video for that thx

Ben Sharpe: or maybe an FS 55

Ben Sharpe: i think its an FS 45.

Ben Sharpe: my trimmer is givin me a fit.  it runs great ... but wont idle for long.  by the time i get my harness harnessed to it i have to say a few bad words and crank it again.  can you help? it use to be just fine.  i would take it to the repair shop, but theres always a wait for w or four weeks ... by that time ill need a goat to graze the yard down.  and besides that i hate to pay if its something simple i can do myself. 

Killa Cam: I have a Stihl FS 50, have had it for a little over 1 season. Starts up fine and runs idle but when I squeeze the throttle it chokes out. So I have to constantly rev the engine while edging to keep it going. Very frustrating and tiring to say the least. I have watched your videos and have checked the carb, gas line/filter, spark plug and exhaust. Don't want to have to take it to the dealer and pay an arm and a leg for repair. PLEASE HELP! Thanks!

Phillip Leverett: Ive tryed rebuilding a gumed carberator, all clean now, I cleaned the exaust output and checked the throttle, and I still cant get the string trimmer to fire? It is a early 2000's fs46 that has sat for most of its life, I could use some guidence with it. One thing I havent tryed is getting a new plug, it must have spark because it sllightly fires occationally. Oh and nice video.

Sherria Gilcrease: Great videos my question is how can I get the idle set back to factory settings. I've tried setting the H & L screw, I just cant get it to run smooth. Is there a starting point on these screw settings? Thanks for alll you do

TDHReviews: A few hours ago i thought it said Still, guess either youtube had it wrond or i just red it wrong sorry

JEREMY FOUNTAIN: I DID?

TDHReviews: great video, but you mispelled stihl in the title

Andy Brooks: Awesome videos man. Have you ever had to replace those choke levers on these kind of machines with the push nut. If so how did you get it tight. I tried working on one and ordered all three parts new and it still felt loose. I pushed push nut down by hand and little screwdriver but still loose. Should of ordered whole filter base I guess.

JEREMY FOUNTAIN: sorry must have had a fingerprint on the lense

no head: Nice video :) Too bad it has so much out of focus :(

zx8401ztv: Smashing :-)
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