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Okay great check your gaskets sometimes the gasket will half cover the vacuum port that powers the pump

There is a low speed idle adjustment accessed through the top of the carburetor.

Sometimes it's glued and other times it will have a little rubber plug that you have to pop out I just squirt a little bit of brake cleaner inside of there and let it sit for a day to loosen the glue.

Some of them do to the EPA have been made non-adjustable ( no slot for a screwdriver) if you have one of those ones you will need to replace the carburetor to adjust the low speed needle.
 

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Ok i will try checking, i dont thin
Okay great check your gaskets sometimes the gasket will half cover the vacuum port that powers the pump

There is a low speed idle adjustment accessed through the top of the carburetor.

Sometimes it's glued and other times it will have a little rubber plug that you have to pop out I just squirt a little bit of brake cleaner inside of there and let it sit for a day to loosen the glue.

Some of them do to the EPA have been made non-adjustable ( no slot for a screwdriver) if you have one of those ones you will need to replace the carburetor to adjust the low speed needle.
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Okay great check your gaskets sometimes the gasket will half cover the vacuum port that powers the pump

There is a low speed idle adjustment accessed through the top of the carburetor.

Sometimes it's glued and other times it will have a little rubber plug that you have to pop out I just squirt a little bit of brake cleaner inside of there and let it sit for a day to loosen the glue.

Some of them do to the EPA have been made non-adjustable ( no
Okay great check your gaskets sometimes the gasket will half cover the vacuum port that powers the pump

There is a low speed idle adjustment accessed through the top of the carburetor.

Sometimes it's glued and other times it will have a little rubber plug that you have to pop out I just squirt a little bit of brake cleaner inside of there and let it sit for a day to loosen the glue.

Some of them do to the EPA have been made non-adjustable ( no slot for a screwdriver) if you have one of those ones you will need to replace the carburetor to adjust the low speed needle.
ok i will try later but i dont think i have that
 
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