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This is a Common Cause of 2 Stroke Damage (Chainsaw, Trimmer etc)
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TheRepairSpecialist

This is a Common Cause of 2 Stroke Damage (Chainsaw, Trimmer etc)

In the passed I have found lean fueling to be a common cause of two stroke engine damage. Whether it is a chainsaw, hedge trimmer, 2 stroke rotivator, snow blower, leaf blower or brush cutter etc, this can be a common cause of engine damage. FULL VIDEO HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CHtu28AJLQ0&t=242s FREE Download Help Sheets Here: https://www.therepairspecialistonline.com/ A two stroke engine rev's higher the more Lean the fuel gets, up to a point! I explain what Lean Fuel means and why the engine RPM increases the more Lean the fuel to air mixture gets. Basically, it's all to do with combustion efficiency. So, whether it be a Stihl 2 Stroke, or most other types of two stroke internal combustion engine, this principle will apply. There is, of course, a huge difference between Petrol and Diesel Engines and the way they function, so this does not apply to diesel Engines, nor 2 Stroke Diesel engines. I had to repair a husqvarna 345 Chainsaw quite recently, which had damaged due to Lean Fuel issues. The piston and pot were completely un-serviceable. Your machines are basically on their own version of Private Health Care, and Individual Health Care at that, which can cost £££. Whilst they are not exactly a range rover vogue svr, or something as fancy, they often do have lots of value, and we can all do without expensive repair bills. So it's always best to take care of your machinery. When I looked down the list of videos I have in my youtube studio, I realized that I hadn't yet explained this particular topic. So, here it is! FREE Downloads Link Here: https://www.therepairspecialistonline.com/ Many thanks indeed
Engine Condition Effects  Fuel Adjustment Screw Settings?
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TheRepairSpecialist

Engine Condition Effects Fuel Adjustment Screw Settings?

The of the engine can effect the way the small two stroke carburetor functions. Because of this the carburetor fuel screw adjustment settings are also effected the engine condition, as this brings about a need re-set the carbs. Whether it is a Chainsaw Carburetor, weed eater, leaf blower, snow blower etc, in some way, the carburettor the way it is adjusted and therefore functions, is likely to be effected by the engines condition. FULL VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0A1K8C7eXB4&t=24s FREE Downloads Link Here: https://www.therepairspecialistonline.com/ In this video I cover why two stroke carb adjustments are needed due to air quality (temperature), fuel quality, air/fuel filter condition and certain engine states. When I was looking into whether or not this subject had been explained in detail before, with the help of my youtube buddy, of course, I found that it's not a well covered subject, so I made this video to help fill the gap for my youtube community. Other interesting video: Chainsaw Carburetor Adjustment | How to Tune 'Correctly' : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=74p9FLmIkkw&t=2s 2 Stroke Engine Bog - Some Reasons Why & Solutions: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vrPg2VTA39I CHAINSAW CARBURETOR FUEL SCREW SETTINGS do this Inside Carb: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wzXvHKNWF4Q&t=638s CHAINSAW DIES WHEN THROTTLED? - This is Why!: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_wI-X7aot8Y&t=337s Many thanks indeed Craig (Owner and creator of The Repair Specialist Channel) DISCLAIMER: The foregoing information within this video is for informative purposes only and there is NO guarantee that all of the processes explained are 100% accurate. The same content and processes shown are also the ones I personally (the creator of this video) use and understand. Therefore, they may not be the most efficient or very best practice. The creator of this content holds NO responsibility for any loss or damage to persons or property as a result of following any information within this video. By continuing to watch this video you agree with this disclaimer. Thank you.
Can the Air filter effects Carburetor Fuel Screw Settings and function
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TheRepairSpecialist

Can the Air filter effects Carburetor Fuel Screw Settings and function

The Air Filter can effect the way the small two stroke carburetor functions. Because of this the carburetor fuel screw adjustment settings are also effected by the state of the Air Filter, as this brings about a need re-set the carbs. Whether it is a Chainsaw Carburetor, weed eater, leaf blower, snow blower etc, in some way, the carburettor is likely to be effected by the state of the Air Filter. FULL VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0A1K8C7eXB4&t=24s FREE Downloads Link Here: https://www.therepairspecialistonline.com/ In this video I cover why two stroke carb adjustments are needed due to air quality (temperature), fuel quality, air/fuel filter condition and certain engine states. When I was looking into whether or not this subject had been explained in detail before, with the help of my youtube buddy, of course, I found that it's not a well covered subject, so I made this video to help fill the gap for my youtube community. Other interesting video: Chainsaw Carburetor Adjustment | How to Tune 'Correctly' : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=74p9FLmIkkw&t=2s 2 Stroke Engine Bog - Some Reasons Why & Solutions: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vrPg2VTA39I CHAINSAW CARBURETOR FUEL SCREW SETTINGS do this Inside Carb: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wzXvHKNWF4Q&t=638s CHAINSAW DIES WHEN THROTTLED? - This is Why!: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_wI-X7aot8Y&t=337s Many thanks indeed Craig (Owner and creator of The Repair Specialist Channel) DISCLAIMER: The foregoing information within this video is for informative purposes only and there is NO guarantee that all of the processes explained are 100% accurate. The same content and processes shown are also the ones I personally (the creator of this video) use and understand. Therefore, they may not be the most efficient or very best practice. The creator of this content holds NO responsibility for any loss or damage to persons or property as a result of following any information within this video. By continuing to watch this video you agree with this disclaimer. Thank you.