Cariboocoot wrote: »
Load of dingo's kidneys.
Disagree if you like, but don't bother telling me I'm wrong because that would mean my actual real life experiences don't happen. I'm not that senile. Yet.
halfcrazy wrote: »
We are seeing the same thing here some carbs hate the ethanol and need to be screwed with every blessed time you use them and some could care less?
It seems to look like the cheaper engines have the issues but I can not really say? I gave up and started buying non ethanol gas at a 25% increase in cost and life is good everything runs like it used to and now I can mow the lawn instead of rebuilding the mower.
mike90045 wrote: »
On mine, the brass grommet the pull rope goes through, has torn out, and the rope quickly sawed through the plastic case. And still takes 20-40 pulls for a cold start.
I think the oil sensor is just a single wire that shorts out the ignition system, if you pluck the wire off the crankcase sensor, and tape it up well, you should be good.
After it's been running, restarts, even when toasty hot, need at least 1/2 choke to fire up on the 2nd pull.
Well I got my HW2000i back from the shop! Want to play guess what? Never mind, no reason.