Weedeater Gas trimmer - Zama Carburator rebuild

Does any one have any information (diagram on how this carburetor is built (ie; gaskets, seals ect). Thanks. If this is the wrong newsgroup, or if there is a more suitable one for this topic please let me know.
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Check on the price of a complete carb. Often the price of the carb is little more than a rebuild kit. Greg
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In this case the price of the carb is half (if not more) than the equip it came on.
It is a Zama CU1W7C9ZA Any diagrams/schematics breakdown of part assy. or info appreciated. Thanks for the assistance.

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Have you tried downloading a parts list at the manufacturers website? How about the carb. manufacturers website? This site has some good info but most of the carb info is Walbro specific: www.shark-racing.com (technical section).
Just order a carb kit and do a rebuild. The rebuild is just the reverse order of teardown and there isn't too much to go wrong as long as you pay attention to detail. (cleanliness is critcal, blast everything with Berryman B12 aerosol carb cleaner upon teardown).

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