Why does my Echo SRM-225 gas trimmer stall or bog down?
My ECHO SRM-225 starts on cold setting but dies out soon after, sometimes one to three minutes, sometimes just a few seconds. Throttling always makes it bog down and stop. I recently replaced fuel line and filter (Echo 90097 kit) and still, no better. I have been using TRuFuel 50:1 with no problems for months until now. I checked the plug, not dirty at all. I just checked the spark arrestor screen, and it was clean. The one thing I do notice is an accumulation of grease/oil near the exhaust.
Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance
I had the same issue, oily exhaust port and bog down/stall on acceleration. I disassembled carb.. cleaned, (I thought). Cleaned exhaust port. Still a no go. Then I removed the gas filter, same problem. Finally I put the intake hose in my mouth and blew and sucked on it. I left fuel filter off. Now she is running without bogging down and idling okay. If I removed the gas filter and blew and sucked on the line first, I would not have to go through disassemling the muffler and carburetor. I sprayed the jets but the clog must have been in the fuel line. I don't know why my exhaust port was so oily and I thought too much fuel was getting through initially, but that was not the case. I did not make any adjustments to the carburetor. My woeful tale turned to glee and relief, Thanks for your time.
Billy. I own my own lawn service. Thanks for your guidance.
Will West さんによる
It was the cap for me and wasn't getting the full power and oil leaked so I replaced the carb for $15 Amazon and cap, runs like new.
Don't use gasoline containing ethanol, it plugs carburetor jets.
Erma Hill さんによる
Is it normal for a Echo weedeater to shut off when it gets to half tank?
I have cleaned my carb, replaced the spark plug, air filter, all the hoses and fuel filter and am using no ethanol gas mixed 50:1. Starts on first pull idles great, but when I throttle it, it bogs down. I think it's time to buy something else.
Eric Pedersen さんによる