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How to change the fuel lines in the 128 Ld Husqvarna Trimmer

The Line is dry rotted and fuel filter inside the fuel tank will not stay attached to the line.. it will not start..

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Buy some new fuel line then put the line in from the motor side into the tank and feed up and through the opening on the tank. Then you can put on a new filter with a tiny clamp then put it back into the tank making sure the filter is resting on the bottom.

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