Mr Kong -
Sure. No prob.
• The pilot jet you seek is under the small
dome nut on the underside of the carb. Use a 1/8W wrench to remove the dome nut. Then a standard straight blade screwdriver to remove the jet itself. Do the usual blow though, look through. You should see straight through. The most common issue is a single drop of water blocking the jet.
Note the chamfered end. The pilot jet will leak and go rich if not seated tightly into the body. Run it in to about 1 ft-lb of torque, turn the fuel tap ON and gas should run out freely, then replace the nut.
Pilot jets are numbered and available in various sizes. #25 and #30 are the most popular, I believe.
• The float level on all Monoblocs
is at the "pip" in the middle of the round cover, right smack in the middle of the word "AMAL
". With the pilot jet dome nut removed, place a 6" piece of clear 1/8" ID tubing over the pilot, and make a U-turn so that the open end lies on the float bowl cover. Turn ON the fuel and the liquid level should rise to the "pip".