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Need a exploded view of fuel pump mine is mechanical not vacume which I may switch over too its a Kohler 20hp. Magnum M20qs and another set of numbers 49603. Thx. Tony
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I don't have a diagram but it shouldn't be to hard. You will have to drop the deck. Then when installing the new belt remember to always place the inside of the belt (V) into the pulleys and the outside of the belt (flat side) up against the larger idler pulley. When you have the belt on properly it should be snug. If you have excessive play you need to try a different routing around the idler.
Good luck and let me know if this helps.
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
you can to this in two ways. pull the out put hose off, turn the engine. be vary careful, to see if fuel comes out. or do a pressure test about 3 to 5 pds. check the tank. I have seen flays and other ?? in the tank plugging the lines. blow air throw the lines (not the pump)
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
The best way will be to take the fuel line off the carburetor or off the fuel pump, if so equiped, and put it lower than the fuel tank on the mower. Drain into a gas container. You can then put this gas in your vehicle to burn, rather than let it sit and go stale over the winter months.
If you are just taking the fuel out for the winter, and not for any other purpose, you can purchase some fuel stabilizer, called "Stabil", and put about 2 oz. per gallon of gas that's in your mower tank. Slosh it around a bit, start your mower and let it run, or take it for a spin around the yard to make sure you get the stabilizer mixed in well and down into your carburetor.
If you do drain the fuel for the winter, after you are done start your mowers engine and let it run the carburetor dry. That will keep it from evaporating too bad and gumming up your carb. Still a good idea to run some stabilizer thru the carb prior to draining the tank.
Posted on Oct 26, 2009
The gun was made by Campbell Hausfeld. I had the same issue when it was new. The shipped me the parts free of charge. The below link will take you to what you need. I realize this is a late post, but others may need it as well.
Posted on May 02, 2010
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