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tony alexander this sounds more like a fuel delivery issue. So I'd focus on the carburetor i.e. stuck float or needle valve as well as checking the intake and exhaust valves. The ZTS7500 comes with Kohler as well as Briggs and Stratton engines (should be a 44P777-0130-P1 or 44P777-0130). The Intek™ OHV V-twin utilizes a fixed jet, two barrel, side draft, flo-jet carburetor. Except for idle speed, the carburetor is non-adjustable. The carburetor incorporates a fuel shut off solenoid which controls fuel flow to the fuel metering system. The solenoid is controlled by the ignition switch. Try and see if you can give us your engine make and model so we can get more information about the fuel system.
[image|822114] is a typical diagram for a B&S 44P700 engine carburetor #133 shows the float

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tony alexander this sounds more like a fuel delivery issue. So I'd focus on the carburetor i.e. stuck float or needle valve as well as checking the intake and exhaust valves. The ZTS7500 comes with Kohler as well as Briggs and Stratton engines (should be a 44P777-0130-P1 or 44P777-0130). The Intek™ OHV V-twin utilizes a fixed jet, two barrel, side draft, flo-jet carburetor. Except for idle speed, the carburetor is non-adjustable. The carburetor incorporates a fuel shut off solenoid which controls fuel flow to the fuel metering system. The solenoid is controlled by the ignition switch. Try and see if you can give us your engine make and model so we can get more information about the fuel system.
tony alexander this sounds more like a fuel delivery issue. So I'd focus on the carburetor i.e. stuck float or needle valve as well as checking the intake and exhaust valves. The ZTS7500 comes with Kohler as well as Briggs and Stratton engines (should be a 44P777-0130-P1 or 44P777-0130). The Intek™ OHV V-twin utilizes a fixed jet, two barrel, side draft, flo-jet carburetor. Except for idle speed, the carburetor is non-adjustable. The carburetor incorporates a fuel shut off solenoid which controls fuel flow to the fuel metering system. The solenoid is controlled by the ignition switch. Try and see if you can give us your engine make and model so we can get more information about the fuel system.

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tony alexander this sounds more like a fuel delivery issue. So I'd focus on the carburetor i.e. stuck float or needle valve as well as checking the intake and exhaust valves.  The ZTS7500 comes with Kohler as well as Briggs and Stratton engines (should be a 44P777-0130-P1 or 44P777-0130). Try and see if you can give us your engine make and model so we can get more information about the fuel system.

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