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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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no, the overflow line does not need to be submerged. first make sure that the hose connections are tight and the "O" ring or gasket inside the gas cap is not damaged or missing. when replacing both lines at once, its easy to get them mixed up, so make sure they're not. remove the carbuerator and inspect the gasket; it should be soft and flexible, if its hard or brittle it needs replaced. it doesn't take much to clog it, so spray carb cleaner, available at local auto parts store, inside the fuel rails and blow out with compressed air. there might also be a pin hole or bad seal in the primer bulb and need to be replaced.
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
This can be a little tricky, the filter is in the tank connected to the line. The line is pulled through a hole in the tank which seals only because the line is the correct outter diameter to seal the hole and not collapse the interior. Fuel line and filters are available at most places that carry outdoor power equipment parts but you must make sure the line is the exact size inner and outter as the original.
If the trimmer has a primer bulb the line goes from the tank to the bulb and then to the carburetor, a second line goes from the carburetor back to the tank, don't get them mixed up.
Posted on May 14, 2009
Take your old line to a lawn mower parts store, ask for a new gas line of the same size. I would buy about a foot long. Push the line in the tank down into the tank(doing this with the tank empty), remove gas cap, turn upside down, a filter and your old line will fall out. Press the new gas line through the hole, push enough through that it comes out of the filler hole, place filter onto the new line, drop into tank, cut off excess and reattach to the carburator.
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
Oftentimes it helps to use scissors to trim back a portion of the new line. Start at the bottom and cut upwards at an angle. Put some lubricant (WD40, perhaps) on the line and slide the sharp point into the fuel tank. Using needle nose pliers, grab the line and pull it through. This will only work if you have the correct size line. If the new line you are using is too large, you probably can't pull it through.
Posted on Apr 20, 2010
Usually the line with the filter on it that comes from the tank goes to carb. inlet first which is most likely close to the bottom side of the carb.nearest to the engine,then the outlet or return line on the carb.goes to the inlet side of the primer and the outlet side of the primer goes back to the tank. The primer draws fuel through the carb to the primer to the tank if its not? then correct the line connections until it does
Posted on Jun 25, 2010
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