Cass City, MI-Walbro’s Aftermarket Division has released an all-new Diaphragm Carburetor Service Video. The 21 minute video demonstrates the proper techniques for servicing Walbro butterfly valve and rotary valve diaphragm carburetors.
Service procedures are illustrated with hands-on close-ups, including initial inspection, carburetor disassembly, inspection, testing, and reassembly of butterfly and rotary carburetors.
Of special interest are detailed demonstrations of pressure testing, metering lever adjustment, Welch plug removal and installation, use of special tools, and proper cleaning methods.
In addition to service techniques, the video includes an animated explanation of how a diaphragm carburetor functions. The video also includes discussions by Walbro personnel on important topics such as ethanol fuel and tamper-resistant carburetors. The video should be of value to dealers, service technicians and even technically-oriented consumers.
The new Walbro Diaphragm Carburetor Service Video (part number 500-525) is available on a USB flash drive through Authorized Walbro Distributors.
Note: Due to EPA and CARB regulations, and because of the wide range of carburetor applications and calibrations in the field, this video does not cover the adjustment of diaphragm carburetors. Authorized dealers can obtain adjustment information from the appropriate engine manufacturer.
Walbro is a global market leader of engine management systems for the lawn and garden, recreational and marine, outdoor power equipment, and two-wheel small engine markets. Walbro manufactures ignition systems, fuel injection, air/fuel management systems and fuel storage and distribution systems. Walbro is a global organization with manufacturing and engineering facilities in China, Japan, Mexico, Thailand and the United States, with headquarters in Tucson, Arizona. Additional information regarding Walbro is available at www.walbro.com/.
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