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What is the part number for a choke cover for homelite

It won't start because the choke cover is missing and I need the parts number for it the model is hlt 26cd

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You will have to go to www.homelitetools.eu
you need p/n 5131001732
copy and paste this link to a new browser

http://uk.services.homelitetools.eu/materiel.asp?zzz=1&materiel=HLT26CD&serie=1&DBRequestOnlyOneKEY=HLT26CD%231

hope that helps
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Posted on Jan 24, 2013

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Go to www.homelite.com then in the red up top click on order parts then click launch to parts catalog then scroll down to accept agreement and then you will need to enter your model # and then you can go thru the list of breakdowns and get your part # from the diagrams.

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SOURCE: Homelite gas trimmer will not run without half choke and throttle

did you try fresh gas

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You need to disassemble the carb. and spray with carb. cleaner. If you need tips on how to do this, just let me know. You may need a new carb. kit as well, but we won't know that until you first perform the first step, or if the carb. parts are more than 3 years old. If they are, then go ahead and buy the carb. kit and replace the parts.

Jim

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SOURCE: How do I remove the cutting head on my homelite HLT=15

http://www.ereplacementparts.com/homelite-hlt15-ut20602-string-trimmer-parts-c-18807_20299_21185.html

Here is a diagram of it. It is reverse threaded so you have to turn it like you was tightening it to loosen it. Clockwise looking at it from the bottom of the head. But there is a clutch that will let the whole thing turne. The best way is to remove the shaft from the weedeater and hold the shaft with some vice grips. Or you may be able to hold it right above the head, before the shaft tube.

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sounds like an air/ fuel mixture/ratio problem.there should be two screws side by side near the carb. crank trimmer and slowly adjust screws, in or out, till engine runs smoothly..

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