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In Reply to: Carburetor Rebuild posted by Michael Lacey on Friday, April 04, 2014:
On the TSX 241b sitting on my computer table the bypass flapper, when the choke is closed is towards the top with the spring on the inside. with the choke open the flapper is towards the inside. I think you can only get it installed one way that will work like it should. I had fun figuring out the choke return spring the first time!
I had not seen the carb book. Got that on file now, thanks.
I see that it has good instructions on the felt seal and cup on the choke shaft. I didn't know it could go both ways depending on carb.
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