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Empty the tank and then remove old lines, then get the new lines and place them over the, after that just get the tank full and prime up and hey presto it should start.



I\'m presuming this uses plastic fuel lines.

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Gas leak at grommet on gas tank where gas lines enter and leave tank


Yes you should be able to replace the rubber tank seal that the fuel line goes through. Be sure to replace the fuel line(s) when you do.

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Mod 12h802 replaced primer bulb did not help. will crank on starter fluid and run great just will not prime


It sounds like the gas line and/or the gas return line are old where they collapse or have a crack. Some carbs have two lines coming out of the gas tank, some have one line. Fuel line is cheap and most are easy to replace. If you are pressing the primer bulb and not getting fuel the fuel line is often the problem. Some tanks also have a fuel filter in the tank that attaches to the fuel intake line going to the carb. I hope this helps.

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Need to replace all gas lines


  1. Empty the fuel tank on the chainsaw of any remaining fuel. Pull the cap from the tank and turn the unit upside down. Drain the fuel into an approved fuel container. If the fuel is old (more than about a year) dispose of it according to local regulations for hazardous materials. (It can be kept longer by adding a fuel stabilizer.)
  2. Pull the fuel line where it attaches to the carburetor using the end of the needle-nose pliers. The old fuel line may take some force to pull free from the metal tube.
  3. Push on the fuel line to feed it into the fuel tank. Hold the chain saw upside down. Shake the unit to get the fuel filter into the opening of the tank. Pull the filter free of the tank. Feed the remaining fuel line through the access hole at the bottom of the tank. Dispose of the filter and old fuel line in accordance with disposal regulations.
  4. Feed one end of the new fuel line into and through the bottom access hole of the fuel tank. Push approximately 6 to 8 inches into the tank. You can pull back any excess line later. Grab the end of the plastic line with the needle-nose pliers. Bring the line through the gas tank fill opening.
  5. Attach the new filter to the end of the new fuel line. Feed the filter back into the fuel tank. Pull any excess line from the tank. You will want approximately 3 to 4 inches of fuel line inside the tank.
  6. Route the new fuel line to the carburetor. Cut the line to length with the cutters on the needle-nose pliers. Attach the line to the metal tube.
  7. Fill the fuel tank with fresh gas-oil fuel for 2-stroke engines and start the chainsaw. It may take a few pulls to prime the new line with fuel.
  8. Some models come with a priming bulb. Make sure you press the priming bulb three to four times before trying to start. This will prime the gas lines and remove any excess air trapped in the lines.

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Have a weedeater gt1 15 trimmer how do u get the gas tank apart to repair the gas tubing


You will not need to remove the gas tank or take the gas tank apart. Follow these instructions:
1. Disconnect the fuel line from the carburetor. You may need to cut the line pull it off.
2. Push the fuel line back through the gas tank. At the end of the fuel line is the fuel filter/weight that should be moving around within the gas tank.
3. You should be able to pull the filter/weight out of the fuel tank through the neck using a needle nose pliers. Insure the fuel filter is cleaned out before you re-assemble.

Note: The fuel line that you use as a replacement must be the same diameter of the fuel line you are removing. If you cannot find the fuel line at your local mower shop, try Lowes Hardware as they do stock it in the lawnmower section.

To reassemble: Take about 7 inches of correct fuel line and cut a 45 degree angle cut at one end. That end is threaded back through the tank through the small hole. Push as far as you can and then reach in and pull it to the neck. Cut the straight, attach the filter/weight and pull the line back through.

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I have a 1989 Bronco 2 and it is not getting the fuel right. I think it is the fuel pump. Does anyone think what else it would be. I already replaced the filter. How would I replace the fuel pump?


The fuel pump is in the tank. Drop the gas tank.

1. Support the gas tank with a jack or something
2. unbolt the gas tank straps
3. unscrew the rubber filler neck going to gas tank
4. Lower gas tank slowly and disconnect gas lines
5. Turn the retainer ring that holds the fuel pump in the tank and left out.
6. Drain gas into gas cans to make the gas tank easier to left
7. Replace fuel pump and reinstall gas tank.

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Weedeater blower will not prime


The primer bulb sucks fuel from the tank to the carb. When the carb has enough fuel the remainder is sent back to the tank. When you replaced the fuel line did you use the exact length of line and did you re-install the filter. On some of the trimmers the filter is weighted and holds the line in the fuel. Good luck...Lee

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The fuel lines have rotted out of the edger gas tank. How do I fix or do I need to replace entire tank with new fuel lines?Since there are no male fuel line connections exiting the fuel tank and just two...


no you can buy replacement fuel line but you must reconnect the filter in the tank that line goes to the bottom of the carby then out the top of the carby to the inlet on the primer then out of the primer and back to the tank.

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Fuel Lines leak where they pass through opening into tank


i had the same problem with my trimmer. you could replace the fuel line but if you don't want to hassle with fishing it thru the hole i suggest going to homelite.com and ordering the gas tank. it only cost me $18 with shipping and came with everything (tank, lines-with fuel filter, and gas cap). all you need to do is take out the 4 bolts on back of trimmer and the 2 top bolts holding the housing together. be careful not to nick any gaskets especially the one behind the 4 bolts. this is the crankcase gasket. also don't get anything in the crankcase that will score it as this will ruin the trimmer. also there are 3 spacer gaskets that go in the holes in the fuel tank and i believe a plastic heat shield between the gas tank and the bottom of the trimmer. you will see this when you take the tank off. just be careful and be sure all the bolts get tightend up (especially the 4 on the back as this is the back side of the crankcase). it only took me 15 min to replace it and the trimmer runs great. all the above info is if you have a trimmer with the gas tank on bottom. if the tank and gas cap are on top hopefully someone else will be able to help.

good luck

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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.

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its in the gas tank disconnect the fuel line try to empty the gas tank because its easyer to handle disconnect the gas line and strap put the gas tank down on top of gas tank remove the lock and there it is good luck pierre

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