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Fuel line has come lose for the chain saw. And dont know how to put it back in

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  • John Aman
    John Aman May 11, 2010

    Which end has the line come loose from? the fuel tank or the carb?

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You give this same answer for every fuel line replacement but what is the real trick to getting the fuel line back 'into' the tank, especially in a Poulan where there is no soft rubber grommet that will expand..

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First remove the cover,air filter and the carburator.Then remove the gas tank cap and the fuel filter from inside of gas tank,at the end of fuel line.Take off the fuel line from the hole of the gas tank(at the top),replace the fuel line,put all back together and start the engine.

best regards savumihai71

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