Disassemble only to the extent necessary to make repairs.
(1) Remove jet (17), bowl (16), and gasket (18).
(2) Remove tapered pin (15), float (20), and valve (19).
Remove screw (11), washer (10), lever (12), spring (13),
washer (9), throttle srew (14), and washer (speed setting disk) (8).
The cleaning solvent used emits strong vapors and is flammable. To avoid
illness or fire, use in a well-ventilated-area- and away from open flames. DO
NOT breathe vapors for a prolonged time.
(1) Wash all carburetor parts with cleaning solvent (item 5, Appen-
dix C) using a varnish brush (item 1, Appendix C).
(2) Allow to dry.
(1) Inspect needle and seat for wear. Replace if worn.
(2) Inspect carburetor body float and bowl for dents and cracks.
Replace entire carburetor if body is damaged.
(3) Inspect jets, and adjusting screws for nicks, burrs, or stripped
threads. Replace if defective.
(4) Inspect throttle lever and washer (speed setting disk) for
cracks, bends, or elongated holes.
Replace if defective.