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Both gas lines are dry rotted off...

Looking for a close up photo of lines from carb to gas resevoir.

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  • RMA127 Jan 25, 2009

    I have the same problem. I bought the tubing from Home Depot and tried to replace it myself, however it looks like the tubing has to route through a hole in the tank and then attach to a weight in the bottom. I think I may have done this right but not sure, it fires up and runs but i'm afraid i may have attached the weight to the wrong part? I t would be nice to see what it should look like inside the tank.

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    JERRY ABELL May 11, 2010

    hello,it would be nice to know what you are talking about,such as brand,model#,type#of machine in question.it's kind of hard to read between the lines,let me know.

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Sorry about the delay.
Problem solved, I hooked up the lines (very important to get a drill the size of your new gas line, it aids in sealing the tank, thus providing a good seal for the prime).
The thing in the bottom of the tank, attached to the line is a filter. It is available at any small engine shop).
Once I hooked up the lines and hit the primer ball a few times you can see the fuel moving, you will know, because you will see which way it flows through the lines. The other line is just a return line into the tank.
It is the same on generally any 2 cycle blower or weedwacker motor.

Posted on Feb 15, 2009

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