[DML] Re: problems starting
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[DML] Re: problems starting

Thanks John.  The problem is that it's running too rich.  The person 
i have work on it told me i could fix it by doing something similar 
to what you suggested.  I'll probably give him a call and get more 
detailed instructions.  I have to give it a little gas to get it 
going then keep it reving for a bit and then after it warms up it 
runs and idles fine.  I read something about if it runs too rich and 
there isn't enough oxygen it won't ignite properly, also running too 
rich may have hurt the spark plugs, i'll check that too.  Thanks for 
the help.  I'll check out that section of the website too.

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "John Hervey" <john@...> wrote:
> David, Ok, Then don't adjust for wear. Were talking about .5mm will 
make the
> difference between starting and not starting. The tip of the 
control plunger
> and the sleeve it rides on wears. Just like a rubber seal can wear 
a grove
> in a steel shaft.
> John Hervey

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