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I've been given a old Stihl saw that was seized, I put a new crank, piston and head on it and replaced every seal.

I've cleaned the carb.

Now I've had it running then it will cut out, then I'll pull it a couple of more times and there fuel being thrown out of the exhaust !

It's like the carb is just dumping to much fuel in the carb ??

Has anyone got any ideas ??

Cheers

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Check that the diaphragm in the carburettor hasn't gone hard as it controls the float needle if it's gone hard it will just keep flooding the carburetor I've got a old sthil 08s it just kept flooding and soaking the plug new diaphragm sorted it

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I'm sure someone who is more mechanically minded on the forum may be able to help. That was just my first thought from experience in the past. A Stihl fitter would know what was wrong in no time. If one of mine ever seizes they are generally a good few years old and by the time you've messed about it's as economical for me to buy a new one

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Check that the diaphragm in the carburettor hasn't gone hard as it controls the float needle if it's gone hard it will just keep flooding the carburetor I've got a old sthil 08s it just kept flooding and soaking the plug new diaphragm sorted it

This could be on the right track, I'm not 100% ive put the diaphragm and gasket back in the right order !!

I'm sure someone who is more mechanically minded on the forum may be able to help. That was just my first thought from experience in the past. A Stihl fitter would know what was wrong in no time. If one of mine ever seizes they are generally a good few years old and by the time you've messed about it's as economical for me to buy a new one

I never use them but fancied a challange so rebuilt it

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I'll find out how they all sequence. It'll be a couple of days. There are loads of that engine out there still on ts350,360 cutters 08 saws, they were used on a big auger and on a brush cutter / clearing saw. Tillotson carb.

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I'll find out how they all sequence. It'll be a couple of days. There are loads of that engine out there still on ts350,360 cutters 08 saws, they were used on a big auger and on a brush cutter / clearing saw. Tillotson carb.

Cheers pal 👍

 

 

Well just typed tilloston carb into google and this came up

https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=tillotson+carburetor&client=safari&hl=en-gb&prmd=sivn&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwi5zbaSpYTTAhUIK8AKHe-rA8oQ_AUICCgC&biw=320&bih=460#imgrc=HJu7in25fgWlrM:

 

Thanks very much for your help

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Here is a link to the drawing of the carb. http://tillotson.ie/kits-parts/illustrated-parts-lists/

Click on the HL carb parts list and a PDF will open. Scroll 4 down to page 4.

To test the needle valve. You put a pressure pump on the fuel line and the carb should hold up about about half a bar of pressure

Cheers for your help Mate, I'll have another play on Monday when I'm back in work

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Check the read valve is seating correctly, most common fault on a 2 stroke , as it only needs a small crumb to form a gap and it won't seal properly

These engines dont have read valves. they are piston ported. There arent all that many 2ts that are readed. it's more a motorbike thing.

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On 17/03/2021 at 20:02, Sean1969 said:

I’m hoping someone can help me as I can’t find any info on this. 
how do you remove the carb in a stick disc cutter ts 350 super. 
 

any help would be very much appreciated. 
thanks Sean. 

From memory...

Under the two nuts holding the air filter cover on, they may be wingnuts or might be 10mm M6 nuts.

Remove the filter housing, should be two 10mm M6 nuts.

Remove the handle using a TX27 torx bit, the throttle control rod and choke control should lift out with the handle.

Carefully slide the carb off the studs.

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