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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check both ends of shaft, they're usually a hex or torx head. sometimes the can strip or even snap off. if you find noticable damage replace the shaft
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
Actually the fuel is pumped in by the carburetor. The carburetor work both vacuum and pressure when operating the pump. There is one line in the tank with a fuel filter normally attached; the other line is a return line is normally just inserted a short distance in the tank. To access the filter use piece of wire with a small hook on the end and carefully fish out the line.
If installing new lines change them one at a time as not to reverse their attachment to carb, When inserting the lines into tank cut them on an angle to help get them started then cut the supply line square before installing the fuel filter.
Posted on Aug 24, 2009
most of these use 2 wires coming out of 2 holes on opposite sides roll the firstwire clockwise, then the 2nd counterclockwise so that when the spool turns the string comes out its not hard
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
I have Ryobi775r string trimmer with walbro WT526 carb. The fuel lines connect 3 parts eg. gas tank, bulb (mine is a separate bulb not part of carb.) and the carb. The bulb has 2 fittings- a short and a long one. The carb also has 2 fittings- one on top (vertcle) and one on the bottom (L shape). The gas tank has two holes in the bottom one for over flow line and the other for fuel inlet to the carb. This has a filter in the gas tank. Now the connections- connect the long fitting on bulb to the tank. this is the overflow. Connect the short fittin on bulb to the carb top (verticle) fitting. Connect the fuel line (with filter - it is in the tank) streight to the L fitting on the bottom of the carb. Make sure the fuel lines are of right diameter. Too big-and you will have leaks. You are done connecting the fuel lines. just for info. the bulb is there just to pull a vavcume in carb so that the fuel is sucked into the carb and is present there when you start the engine. Hope it helps. Good luck.
Posted on May 10, 2010
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