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Fuel lines inside of tank fell off

Would not start seemed like it was not getting any gas so I looked in the tank and the little barbed fitting was not hooked cause the line was ripped off. Looking into the tank neither line was hooked to anything and when I drained the gas 2 line fell out and on the one there is a filter. I need to buy some new line cause it seemed brittle. I was looking for some drawing of the tank so I could see how the lines hooked to where as my owners manual does not show anything for the how the lines are hooked up to make it run.

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This is the typical fuel line routingfuel lines inside of tank fell off - 2.gif on many models: One line ( the one with the fuel filter in the end of it) comes out of the fuel tank2.gif and goes to the lower port on the carburator. The second line goes from the fuel tank to the bottom fitting on the primer bulb. The third section goes from the top port on the primer bulb to the top port on the carburator. Hope this helps and best wishes.

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