How do you know whether to use the mylar or rubber diaphragm in a kit?

Answer - If the surface of the carburetor is smooth use the mylar(clear or shiny black material), not smooth use the rubber diaphragm....

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How do I adjust the metering lever height?

Click here to view "How to adjust Metering Lever Height"...

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What is the correct way to connect the fuel line when you have a remote purge bulb? When you have a

Click here to view illustrations of the fuel line with a remote purge bulb and a standard purge bulb....

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Why don't the C1U-H46 and C1U-H49 Simple Start® carburetors have a choke butterfly?

Answer - The carburetors have two pump covers. One cover is a starting system in which it supplies extra fuel for starting. The yellow lever activates the starting system and once the unit is running the lever deactivates itself....

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On RB type carburetors where do you install the roller guide (item #2 on the parts list)?

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Will a Rebuild Kit correct a carburetor that is not priming?

Answer - No, the Rebuild Kit will not correct a priming issue....

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My carburetor will not prime. What should I do?

Answer - Do not blow compressed air through the carburetor or insert anything into the orifices of the carburetor. Do disassemble the carburetor and place the primer base assembly (section below the primer bulb) and the body of the carburetor in gasoline to soak for 30 to 45 minutes. Remove primer base assembly and carburetor body from gasoline and let air-dry. Reassemble carburetor and test priming function. If carburetor does not prime then carburetor will need to be replaced....

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