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I am not really sure how many lines you replaced. But the fuel line layout on most types of trimmers, weed wackers and lawn mowers are pretty straight forward. There is usually a line inside the gas tank for connecting the fuel strainer\filter. Then a line from the bottom of the tank to the carburetor. This line may also have a fuel filter located on it. On more complicated equipment you may find a breather line that loops back to the carburetor. Below are a couple of links that might be helpful. The first three are diagrams of a similar 31cc Snapper trimmer and links to other Snapper trimmers. The fourth is to the users manual for your trimmer. Hope this helps.
You can order them directly through Ryobi and pay a small fortune or you can go to any small engine repair shop and purchase the fuel line by the foot. I believe your primer bulb can easily be replaced with what your local shop will have in stock. The parts from your local shop will probably out last the factory parts anyway.
take the spool out there shood be a I hole to push the twine throu tie a not that wont come out look for dirtion or arrow to wind it leave enough to sitck thru the side where the twine cuts push the spool up and lock it