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Unread 01-05-2008, 02:26 PM   #16
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http://www.webercarbsdirect.com/Webe...2_36DGAVEV.pdf

This schematic is even clearer (this is what they sent me but it's much clearer here on the PDF)

The problem is that even on this schematic I am unable to determine where 4 of the rebuild parts are located (2 small brass washers, 2 slightly larger steel washers, and a steel washer with a black rubber grommet inside of it)

Unfortunately the tech phone line at webercarbsdirect is only a Mon-Fri operation.

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Unread 01-05-2008, 04:59 PM   #17
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Regarding the removal of the upper portion of the carb that is required to acces the power valve, I have removed the six visible screws that secure the upper housing with the lower portion of the carb and the E clip on the lever that controls the butterfly in addition to loosening the two small brass screws that are located inside the portion of the housing that is centered between the two barrells; however, I'm still unable to budge the upper housing.

I can't see any other screws that might be holding it together.

Any thoughts?
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Unread 01-11-2008, 02:40 PM   #18
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A thanks to all those who posted their thoughts on this thread.

A few days ago I rebuilt the carb and that solved the problem.

A note to those who may be considering doing the same thing (rebuilding the Weber 32/36 DGEV in my case) it is, in fact, very simple.

I should also note that the technical guys at www.webercarbsdirect.com are extremely helpful.
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Unread 06-09-2013, 01:42 PM   #19
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Weber help

Straightforward carbs for sure, but couldn't get it cleaned right no matter what. Sent it down to the guys at Karb King (karbking.com) in Pittsburgh and thought they swapped it for a brand new unit when I got it back! Apparently, no amount of degreaser, Berryman's, or Ty-d-Bol (don't ask) compares to Karb King's royal cleaning solution. Anyway, 3 days and $125 later, my Weber-d CJ runs like new.
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