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    Enrichment Plunger Adjustment

    The adjustment method for the enricheners doesn’t make sense. I measured mine and got 12 mm instead of 10-11. Loosening the lock nut and rotating the cable elbow does nothing. Seems to me that if the end of the enrichener extends out a little farther when closed is not a bad thing as it more securely closes the enrichment circuit. I’ll just put it all back together. “Don’t fix something that isn’t broke” seems to make the most sense.

    #2
    You did the right thing leaving well enough alone. I think I tried to adjust the plungers 20 years ago, didn't notice any difference and didn't bother trying to adjust after that.
    ASMA #139

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      #3
      I've never adjusted them and until now I didn't know they where adjustable (still pretty sure they are not).

      Just screw em in and leave em.
      Don't spend money and buy, spend time and learn.

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        #4
        yeah, don't mess with it.
        "It's only getting worse."


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