Screww Googlle: Thanks Donyboy....just followed your Tecumseh 10ho fix along with a couple
of other YouTube HM100 Jet fixes and my generator is running like new ! My
Emulsion tube was missing to O ring toward the center of the Carb.... my
bowl bolt jet needed to be drilled a tiny tiny bit and the air mixture jet
was sealed tight... just ran a very thin piece of wire thru it and
reassembled.... I was going to just this 5000/6250 watt generator last
week....but you guys save me a $500.00 dollar bill !
Great stuff !
ron buttineau: donyboy. your the man.. your darn good at explaining.and showing. out of
them all. none come close... all the best ..brother..merry xmas 2014..
Caleb Thorne: Awesome videos. I've been watching them and have had success with a 10HP
rebuild thanks to your advice.
W. Hoffman: Just thought I'd mention that the HMSK100 159295V model Tecumseh had a
fixed emulsion tube, but I really could not tell until I had worked hard
enough to remove it and found it was a brass item, force-fit into the
body. Apparently, removal is not a good idea, but with all the advice
about the plastic emulsion tube, I wonder how one should be able to tell
beforehand, so as not to waste the time. Any suggestions?
Shynez: Your videos have been a big help thank you, keep up the good work
Eric Heuser: Thanks donboy, my snowblower wouldn't start and replacing the emulsion tube
and the o-rings did the job ! Keep up the good work, your videos are the
best online :)
W. Hoffman: A quick followup...I presume once the brass emulsion tube needs
replacement, I should just get a new carburetor. Agree?
HillbillesFTW: I have a powersport and it doesn't prime even though I replaced the bulb do
you think the emulsion tube is the problem
Joni English: great video
time to learn how to knit.
ron martin Mhg: Thanks Dony. I replaced the rubber rings on the emulsion tube on my weed
whacker and it now idles like a dream. Before, it was a nightmare!!
Avenger/Hayden Kid5/Layton: Actually this is Chris Layton. Hayden is my nephew. I didn't notice. But
anyhow. Not that it matters. Y'all be good. Happy Monday tomorrow.
Avenger/Hayden Kid5/Layton: Just what I needed to know on the o-rings and emulsion tube. Thanks for
taking the time to make a video that will keep me from scratching a head
that is gradually losing hair to begin with. Good job.
gary moore: i have re built the tecumseh carb,,,including primer bulb. im not getting
any suction when pushing primer, Is it possible that my emulsion tube or
washers on it is the reason im not getting gas to the engine ? thanks
T&D Pap: The crochet hook size is a Boye 2/2.25 mm that can be bought in many
william mason: do you have a complete gasket set for a Tecumseh h35 flathead engine???
Den Boe: The LEV 115 (5 HP string trimmer) carb is leaking out of the little tygon
tube into the air cleaner and empties the tank if I don't tilt it
back/remove it. It started and did not start on fire but ran jerky and when
I tilt the string trimmer back it runs OK but then keeps sucking all the
gas in there and chokes it down with too much gas. I just got it out and
will look again. I'll clean that bowl, and check the lines and clean it all
a little, and check a few things but I am moving and not going to put too
much time in there but would like to use or sell it working. I found the
companies trouble shoot guide and will follow that. Any other ideas? I'll
try to check back here and refresh some time.... BTW Thanks and very nice
cbobcbob100: follow up to my earlier comments....the brass tube is fixed but I replaced
o-ring in pick up tube and now the mower runs...fyi...bob
ROBERT BOCK: Thanks dontboy 73 , your vidiossure helped me alot . today i put a new
float bowl gasket and needle valve on my tecumseh 10 hp snowblower . it
runs fine now after i fegured out it was sucking air .
Lancaster , pennsylvania
cbobcbob100: great video as always....I have a brass tube,,,,can i remove it ?....does
it have one or two orings?....My engine will not suck gas into the carb
from the bowl....It will run if i put propane gas thru the carb,,,,thanks
Justin Bizub: I have a 11.5 Tecumseh Engine from my snowblower with the non adjustable
carb. Do you know if the adjustable carb version will fit on it? If so
would you happen to have the part# Thanks!
ED HARRY: Donny your emulsion tube advice was good.
The o rings were $4.12 for two high but the fix worked,Thanks,Evan
Rene Del Rio: Great Video/info Don ........Quality Tips
estrelladelnorte1308: i see you mentioned on your notes to replce it if it hard to start on
runing problems , but what is the function of this part on the carb?
gkcook63: I need help replaced a fuel fitting? The plastic part broke off. I
received the replacement which has the metal insert already attached to the
plastic piece. I cannot get the metal piece out of the
wcjcnc: Wouldn't Buna-Nitrile O-rings work? Buna-Nitrile stands up against oil,
gas, and most other petroleum products.
donyboy73: that's exactly what I've done, you'll save a vast amount of money
donyboy73: sorry, not anytime soon
terrence richard Webster: Grate video thank you just what i needed
khhall48: Hi Don, >love your videos. I have a Tech 11 hp enduro on a generator and it
will not start. Spraying some gas into the air breather helps it to go but
stalls shortly. Gas is pumping to the carb from tank. I need a carb and
service manual. Hope you can help.. Keith,, Plse pm me..if possible :)
donyboy73: make sure they are Viton o-rings
zx8401ztv: Hmm thats different. Motorcycle carburettors dont have any rubber seals,
but they are brass tubes and often a snug fit so... Im not a lover of
plastic, give me brass anyday :-)
TheWallyjp: what brand of oil do u recommend
Peter Agostini: What are the signs of replacing this part ? ( beside damage)TY Great vid
99carnot: Very helpful, as usual. How is the shop air project going? Thank you.
donyboy73: they are slightly different size for the inner emulsion tubes that the
rings used for screws
wcjcnc: I just took a Tecumseh carb apart that has been sitting to long and has
caramelized gas in it. The tip of the emulsion tube broke off and the
O-rings are crapped out. How do I know I'm getting the right emulsion tube?
Is there a model number somewhere on the carb?
donyboy73: I have used the buna and they eventually swell up
Micheal Gabriel: can u run water in the tube to make sure that there are no cracks???
carnivore10: I have cleaned them in the carburator, but I have never removed one before.
Good video Dony!
ccsmallengines: I have a good q and a question this week,How do you proberly abjust the old
donyboy73: no not every carb has a seat on some the needle valve is Viton tipped
wcjcnc: Really? Well damn it. I'm glad I talked to you first. Guess I better order
the right ones and not try to skimp. Thank you. You probably just saved me
a lot of headache down the road.
winston Fosdick: The tang can be adjusted ( bent, is where the inlet needle is mounted ) to
compensate... On these carbs, I just make sure the brass float has an even
gap all around the top, between the float & carb body...The float will be
level, in other words. Do not press down on the needle & seat to adjust the
tang, bend it manuallywith a screwdriver.....
kx80moto: hi donny always love your vid e but i have a stupid question what will make
you know if you need to replace your emulsion tube .....
Tanner Brown: I love ur videos they help with everything I was wondering if u could do
one on how to remove a trecumseh governor gear?
donyboy73: all done the air setup, just need to make a video on it
jdflyback: I had a tecumseh lawnmower that had a carburetor damaged beyond repair and
the day before we were going to take it to the dump I took the carb off and
left the intake pipe on and put a small valve on the tank that dripped a
small stream of gas in the intake. ran 8000 rpm instead of 6000 and I mowed
the lawn one last time.
donyboy73: opamma/echo makes a good small one, i have this one Electronic Specialties
328 - EZ Tach +PLUS
TheWallyjp: ok thanks
donyboy73: it may run erratic, hard to start