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Can the check valve/nozzle be replaced in Walbro?

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I have a Walbro carb from a 394 that I'm pretty sure I damaged the check valve in the nozzle due to ignorance.

Can this be replaced?

If so, tips?
 

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Go to Walbro with your model number of the carb and see if they sell that part. What did you do hit it with high pressure air?
http://www.repairclinic.com/Shop-For-Parts/b379/Walbro-Parts
And let me know if it is available ,I think there is a good chance.

Nail right there, hammer in your hand.... SMACK!! Dead on! LOL!

Yeah I hit it with air thinking it was a fuel delivery nozzle. I never heard of there being a check valve like that, till I was poking around on Walbros vids and realized I made a doozy of a mistake. Now I know and will not repeat that mistake again.

I'll check out the link.. And I remember seeing at one point in my searching around that they do offer it, but I haven't yet a clue as to how to remove it..

To be continued.....
 

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I guess I should have dug a little deeper before posting this question...

It looks like the nozzle/check valve is in fact available, and yes they are serviceable...

Here is a series of 4 short vids showing how to replace them. Now I know I can fix my 394 carb and hopefully this info will prove helpful to others. :)

Vid #1, the rest should load automatically after watching the first.
 

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I did one on a Walbro HDA-120 for one of my 262's. Its fairly easy. Biggest problem for me was being able to hold the carb at an angle while pressing the old one out and the new one in. I ended up buying an adjustable angle vise from HF and doing the pressing with my drill press - worked slick.
 
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