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Vacuum line from the carburetor intact? Diaphragm in the top of carburetor not split?
Vapor from regulator to the carburetor is less than 1 lb, pressure, can only be seen with hose in water.
Vacuum line is intact. Didn't realize it was so low pressure. Will check again
Does the regulator have spring loaded valve in the center? Is this valve hard to push, easy or no pressure at all?
I haven't disconnected it, just cracked the fitting going from requlator to vaporizer to check for liquid flow
Look like this CA100? Has diaphragm in the top, that can split and not let unit crank.
Yes, got something that looks like that. Going to check for vapor pressure, then will open that up if I have it.
Looks like this.
Submerged line from vaporizer exit into jar of water, tried to turn over engine and got no bubbles. The vaporizer is new, was replaced two weeks ago when we initially had this issue. After install, we still were unable to fire the engine. Service tech came out and diagnosed the issue as a cdracked coolant reservoir cap that was preventing us from building pressure in the coolant system and preventing the vaporizer from working. Forklift ran fine for two weeks, and now same problem again. Cap was repaired and has since been replaced.