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I think the fuel to air ratio is to high (rich)... the engine needs more air. Look to see if you have a choke on the engine and after letting it warm up for a minute, make sure to switch it to run. If the choke is not the issue, then you (probably) need to change the air filter. If that doesn't do it, then you may have a problem with the carburator. Don't ...


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James most of the Sinks and toilets in your home have 3/8 plumbing many homes are plumbed with 1/2 pipe through the entire house. The places you will see a pressure drop is usually hose bibs, showers and most kitchen faucets have water saving restrictors built into them. It all comes down to how many faucets will you have going at the same time and the size ...


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I ended up going to a different supply store. I bought a new Temperature and Pressure relief valve (A Watts brand) since they didn't have just the pressure relief valve. I was able to very easily unclip the temperature probe (it was held in by a small little metal clamp.). The new one is also rated for 150psi. I installed it, turned the water on and voila! ...


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Generally water pressure must risen when you adopt from larger size to smaller diameter pipe.This is depend on length continued ,if is short adopt 1' or 2'" then you double the pressure and power spray ,but if go longer length and distribute to many branches then pressure will fail .in this case you need to create a lope return pipe in some section to the ...


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There are many online calculators for this, such as: http://m.convert-me.com/en/convert/pressure/mwater.html A meter of water is about 1.5 PSI so 12 meters is only 18 PSI and would be pretty disappointing for water pressure. You will have to run around in the shower to get wet. When no water is flowing, the size of the pipe and the horizontal run are ...


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For a given volume of water per second, the two 32mm pipes will have a lower pressure loss than the single 40mm pipe. Using the head loss calculator at http://www.engineeringtoolbox.com/hazen-williams-water-d_797.html, and assuming you're using PVC pipe, I found the following pressure losses. Each line gives the flow rate, the loss for a single 40mm pipe, ...



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