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07-24-2006 12:06 AM  14 years ago
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Problem with my TT36H Pro
I'm having some issues with my TT 36H pro. It's simply not running right. I've got both needles set to two turns from inner most position. The motor has it's good days, and it's bad. This past week or so, it's been all bad.

First, it won't start, then it will overheat. Fuel spray is everywhere after a flight, etc.

I finally took the motor out of my Hawk Pro and started to investigate. I took the exhaust off and turned the motor with my hand. When the cylinder is in the upper most position, there is air escaping from between the cylinder wall and the cylinder itself. It's not a little either. You can hear the air escaping, along with bubbles from the leftover oil/fuel. This is leading me to believe there is a compression problem. Am I wrong?

2nd problem is I've noticed what looks like carbon (exhaust smoke) built up around the outer edge of the glow plug and head. Bad seal on the glow plug??

Any suggestions would be great.

Thanks
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