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    Default Lincoln Classic III Carburetor

    I have a Classic 3 with the Continental TM27 gas engine and it needs carb work. It has old gas in it and it only runs with the choke on. Can anyone provide a link to a service manual for carb removal and disassembly?

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    Well I got it all cleaned up, inside and out. But now I'm thinking the electronic actuator may be toast. Is there a way to test it? Cruizer???

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    You mean the solinoid?

    Really that sea foam stuff clears the carb out without taking it all apart. No muss, no fuss

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    I don't think its a solenoid. It threads into the float bowl and appears to be an electro-magnet. I tested it and it is definitely faulty. Maybe I have an odd-ball engine/carb?

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    Are you talking about the GM engine or the continental. Big difference

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    Quote Originally Posted by atc250r View Post
    I don't think its a solenoid. It threads into the float bowl and appears to be an electro-magnet. I tested it and it is definitely faulty. Maybe I have an odd-ball engine/carb?
    Its merely a fuel shut down. It should click when 12 Vdc is applied to it, ie plunger gets sucked in, and shuts the fuel off when 12Vdc is removed.

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    Where are you located? Theres a guy i know that has dozens of these old machines sitting around for parts. He has @ least 2 of every large machine ever made by lincoln, miller, and marquette... im sure a few others too. And he also can order any part for any machine ever made. I am in delaware

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