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Apparatus for adjusting a variable length valve member for a needle valve

Image Number 2 for United States Patent #4853160.

A carburetor including a valve apparatus comprising a wall defining a chamber having an axis and having therein an inlet communicating with the chamber and an outlet communicable with the chamber and having a valve seat, a valve member having two opposite ends and a variable length in the direction of the axis which decreases only when at least a predetermined force is applied to the valve member in the direction of the axis, the wall supporting the valve member and being threaded so as to allow movement of the valve member along the axis and into and out of sealing engagement with the valve seat, the wall having a step extending into the chamber and engageable with the valve member, the step limiting the movement of one end of the valve member towards the valve seat.

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