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Associated fuel mixer


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Default Associated fuel mixer

Hello everyone new to the site and just picked up my first hit and miss engine. It's an associated air cooled 1 3/4 horse. Now the engine will fire but won't stay running. It only runs when I put a piece of cloth with gas on it inside the air intake of mixer. And when it starts it will blow fuel out of the air intake. I cleaned the ball just above the gas tank and that didn't seem to help. Excuse me if my terminology is wrong or sounds dumb. New the engines and need a little guidance thank you for any help.
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Can you post a pic of your mixer setup?
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Default Re: Associated fuel mixer

there is also fuel leaking out from where the mixer seats in the engine
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Someone has modified your mixer. I'll try and get a pic of what it should look like.
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That would be great thank you
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Default Re: Associated fuel mixer

Here is what your mixer is supposed to look like on an engine. It has a cup on the bottom. You have a couple holes drilled on the part that goes into the head, which aren't supposed to be there.
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