“Would you be able to create a video on adjusting/tuning a lawnmower carburetor after its been fully disassembled and cleaned?”
“Steve, Do you have a vid on adjusting the other belt that drives the rear axle?”
“Another small engine video idea that might be interesting are your thoughts on the check and add oil engines. What are your thoughts about that? Where does the metal shavings go? Is the oil burned? Does the motor fail before the oil additives fail? Etc.”
“My suggestion, and you have already covered most of it, but it's about winterizing a pressure washer, particularly the pump, which in Winnipeg is rather prone to freezing, and if it's a gasser, as you won't want to bring that inside the house (and down the stairs to the basement) when the temps head for -40c.”
“I was wondering if you could do a demo on removing varnish from a chainsaw engine and carb that has sat too long with old fuel?”
“I was watching your video on the hidden screw for a carburetor adjustment. I went to adjust mine on a Poulan PR46BT backpack blower. Mine has a single screw so I look for the hidden on on the barrel. I find it, but not sure on how to adjust it. I removed the plastic stop located inside. I have a complete set of carb tools but don’t believe any fit it. Was wondering if you can offer advise or make a video?”
“Hey Steve, was wondering whats with the metallic rattle that almost all small engine clutches seem to make when the equipment is idling? Are they suppose to do this? Wondering this made me realize I don’t really know how one works, and I though the explanation of that and how to diagnose when one on a chainsaw needed to be replaced would be a good video idea.”
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