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Rubber hose from carb to cylinder broken Pouland 3314

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I would go to an auto parts store and match the hose and replace it.

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SOURCE: carb. connector hose to air filter keeps melting.

There should be only two small diameter hoses (lines) that connect to the carburetor--one comes from the fuel filter in the tank and the other connects to the primer bulb. If either of these is melting/breaking from heat, someone has replaced them with inferior rubber/plastic tubing or you have some serious engine heat problems! Buy the correct lines from a Poulan saw dealer and replace the junk. If you had that much heat, it would have seized the piston in the engine. After the lines have been replaced, check the fuel filter, air filter, and muffler for plugging. Start the engine and after warm up, open the throttle fully. It should 4-stroke but immediately 2-stroke when cutting. If it 2-strokes at all times, then the 'H' jet needle may need to be adjusted. Don't ignore this as it causes overheating, low power, and possible engine damage. Hope this helps!

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