Garry Barton: You gave me the courage to fix my dead blower. I just bought the kit and followed your video and viola I have a working blower. Thanks for the video.
Tim LeDoux: I enjoy your videos I only have one suggestion, you really need to buy you a tripod. It would make making your videos so much easier and your videos wouldn't be so shaky and choppy.
Patrick Carey: in another video they had a z or w shaped tool to check the adjustment. What is the name of that tool?
icygopher: thanks for the rebuild on the carb. I am having trouble with the primer bulb not sucking gas the up? The gromet is cracked into the tank. could that be the problem?
th19940305: @rfgehp96 There can be many things that can cause this, but i would say first clean the carb and or rebuild it. After that if it still does the same then turn the H screw out until it will run at full throttle
Oh and the kit does not include the screws
rfgehp96: I appreciate your video. My question concerns the low speed and high speed needle valves. Does the kit come with both replacement needles, or are they not necessary. I have the PB 2100 and it runs great at idle, but when giving it throttle, it dies out. I've adjusted those two needles, but it doesn't help. I'll do a re-build, but if the needles are the problem, that may not help any. Muffler system has all been scrubbed and re-built - gas lines good.
th19940305: @Takasch54 yea i get that alot too
Richard Last: Thank you, I had small dried up lines on weed trimmers so bad they just crumbled up they were so dried up rotten the thin tygon tubing from the cards to the small gas tanks
1972FordF150: @th19940305 That's cool lol
th19940305: @Takasch54 You too, You always have nice coments, If you need to just bring the old lines into a small engine shop and they should be able to tell you the size of the lines or what size you need
Richard Last: Thank you, I will try to dig up some clean not too worn out drill bits that I will still be able to see the size, lol , You Have a Happy New Year
th19940305: @Takasch54 Im not sure on that i just use what fits most the time and i just tranfered these lines from another blower that had a blown engine with new fuel lines on it though. It might be 1/8 by 3/16 and easy way to find out is to see what size drill bit fits inside it
Richard Last: Great video, I can not stand them type of 2 cycle gismos, they seem to be a pain to me so I am going to save your video it really is a help. I get a few of them here half the time the fuel lines are rotted. They are 2 different thicknesses usually. I am out of the thicker one I am going to have to order it. I wanted to ask you do you know the inside outside diameter specs like a jurk I lost the box the tygon tubing came in. The guy on the phone where I order from isn't much help. Thanks, Buddy
th19940305: @1972FordF150 Thanks, i just returned this blower to the guy and it started First pull after sitting a few days So i think he was impressed. After that i had a guy come down and he said hes got a warehouse full of random stuff and he might bring me some stuff to fix
1972FordF150: Great video man !
How To Rebuild A Zama Carburetor On a Echo Blower- RB-1255
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