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On a homelite chainsaw model d3300 i have all fuel lines lose and have forgotten location of where they go. What is the locations of the supply lines from the gas tank to the carburator?

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  • josh1111 May 11, 2010

    send me an email with a pic of your dilema, of the lines and were yo think they go .



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The line that hooks up at the front of the carb (#17 in picture) goes to the fuel tank. the line that hooks up at the rear of the carb (#18 in picture) goes to the primer bulb. Hope this all helps. Let me know. thanks.

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