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Position of fuel pipes flymo XLT 3000

Replace fuel lines require position of large and small pipes to carburettor

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SOURCE: Homelite trimmer Carburettor

try cleaning out the cab, with a wire from a loaf of bread stip paper from wire and probe all holes for any debris that could possibly cloging a hole. If that don't work then try a rebuild kit still dont work then you might need to bring it to a repair shop to see if you need a new carb.

Posted on Jan 03, 2009

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SOURCE: poulan 2150 w/ walbro wt324 carb fuel line reassembly

the fule line that comes from the filter/ pick up will go straight to the nipple usualy the one closest to the middle of the carby.
the other hose comes from the carby to the in or **** side( punp it you can feel it)of the primer and then goes to the tank that is the return/ prime, nothing is conected to it in the tank. if you have the carby one the wrong way around it will not prime. just swap them over..

Posted on Jan 12, 2009

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SOURCE: Replaced fuel lines. How long should the large and

the fuel line with the filter in the tank should go the full length of the
tank
return line 1/2 to 3/4 of a inch in the tank
when changing the one with the filter ,replace filter with new one

Posted on Jun 30, 2009

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SOURCE: Kawasaki EL250 carburettor

Turn off the gas and remove the float bowl. Remove the fuel line. Remove the float pin and float with needle valve. Do not bend the tang that the float needle sits on. Spray carb cleaner into the seat where the needle valve came from to clear out any trash in the valve casing. Spray the float bowl and interior of the carb. Remount the needle and float back in place and put the float bowl back on. Install an in-line fuel filter. The diagram below shows a 1994 carb Yours will be the same or close to it.

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SOURCE: I have a Polan Model 2375 Wild Thing Chain Saw.

A Poulan IPL for your saw “2375LE Gas Saw Type?” (LE is code for WildThing; if your saw is beyond serial -2 look at a saw without the LE; it makes little difference to the fuel system) can be found here:
Poulan.com
http://www.ordertree.com/modelinfo/POULAN-WEED-EATER/75.59.html
The dash number of your serial number is the type.

  • Small hose (filter on bottom) long enough to reach all corners inside tank, to lower carburetor connection. Please leave the 2 carburetor connections long enough to reverse until the saw is running.
  • Upper carburetor connection, small hose to suction side of primer.
  • Pressure side of primer (large hose) to tank fitting.
The IPL is deceptive it appears the filtered hose connects to the primer; it does not.

A typical fuel system and suggestion or 2 follow:
http://www.fixya.com/support/r3706813-2_cycle_fuel_system_repair

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Posted on Mar 20, 2010

Testimonial: "Thank you for your help. Your instructions were correct.I did have to reverse the connections on the carburetor. My chainsaw works fine now."

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