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23cc weedeater fuel line to filter in tank is rotten

The filter was rolling around in the bottom of the tank. I tried to reattach it to the line, but the line kept splitting. How hard is it to pull the tank and put a new line in? Also, what is the second appendage in the bottom of the tank? I found a star washer in the tank and the gas cap plastic webbing that keeps the cap attached to the fill hole in the tank too. Any thoughts?

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    plastic fuel line from bottom of fuel trying to replace it but don't see where it goes to connect

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1st get new line. find where it goes on carb. pull the line out of the tank .cut a pc. of new line longer then what you need ,cut the end of the tubing with dia.pliers at a long angle then push it into the tank untill you can fish it out hook it back to the filter pull the extra tubing back towards the carb. leaving the filter at the bottom of the tank

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