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Need digram to install fuel lines

Fuel lines dry rotted and fell off i just need to know where they go is there a diagram available

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    i have a craftsman lawn trimmer model # 358798442 the fuel lines have dry rotted and i need a schematic to install new ones.

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First, you sould have one with a filter in the tank going to carb. Next run one from tank to primer bulb and from one from primer bulb to carb.

Posted on May 18, 2009

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