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  1. Mike C.

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    Hi guys,

    Been visiting these forums for quite a while and decided to join and post a question.I was wondering if someone could kindly tell me what the necessary tool(s) is for adjusting the fuel mixture on my Echo 2620T.

    I just bought it recently and it should be a while before it needs it,but I'm curious just what the tool is/looks like.I've read that they're unavailable to the public,but that doesn't mean I can't make the tool.

    It's covered by a 5 year warranty but I'll probably never take it back for service as I work on all my own equipment and the nearest dealership is a long ways away.

    According to the IPL,the carb is a Walbro WYG-9 or Echo part number A021004600.

    Any input would be appreciated.Thanks. Echo carb.JPG
     
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    I don't know the answer but I'm bumping this to the top to find out for myself too.
     
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    Drill bit to drill the plastic plug out of the carb and a small screwdriver. The rotary carbs only have one needle.
     
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    You need a micro d carb tool, the 2620 micro d carb tool was re design to work on the 2620 walbro carbs. All they did was take the micro d for the pb500 etc and turn down the end so it would reach the adjustment needle on the walbro. I’ll get a pic of carbs tool when I get home
     
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    I had to do that on a Husqvarna backpack blower. I think model was a 150. Worked real well to get it up to correct operating speed. I just used a pick to pull the plug.

    Haven't had to adjust a 2620 trimmer yet. Good to know that will finally get to use the "micro d" adjuster.
     
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    This carb definitely has an adjustable low speed screw-it's about as micro of a "D" as I think you can get.I looked up the part number for the high-speed needle and it does not have an ordinary screw slot in it-I would assume "micro D" as well?

    Photo is of low speed screw:

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    Thank you,I'd really appreciate that.

    Thanks for all input,gentlemen.
     
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    here is info
     

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    high adjustment is under primer plate
     
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    Thank you.
     
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    Looks like there is a plastic cap on the high speed needle to remove. Dont know if it is micro d.

    15932141502401332633896448702545.jpg
     
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    This is a photo of the high speed needle Echo part #P003005880.Hard to tell what size it is without something as reference but it looks like it might be a "D" style.Just have to get in there and find out at some point. High speed needle.JPG
     
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    Thank you,backhoelover,appreciate you taking the time and the info.

    Edit:Just looked over the manuals,backhoelover-they certainly answer all my questions.You guys are great!Thanx.
     
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    Yw welcome anytime. Trimmer giving a problem?
     
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    No Sir,trimmer runs like a champ.I've just got to determine if I'm man enough to handle it.I've been using an ancient Shindaiwa C20(bike handles) for trimming for over a decade-at least.As you probably know,that's an incredibly light,and tough,piece of equipment.I've never actually owned,or used,a regular straight shaft trimmer before.I got a bonus that I wasn't expecting and I decided to buy a new trimmer.The rig seems rather heavier than I expected and I have a shoulder injury from this winter that is coming back to haunt me.

    I know at some point the 2620 will need servicing and I'll probably do it myself,as I always have.Nice to know what the special tools are that some of these new machines seem to require.
     
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    to get the plastic plug out i have a drill bit of the correct size, heat it red with topurch , insert wait a minute to cool and pull the intire plug out
     
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    Thanks for the info.
     
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