Question about Craftsman 25cc Gas Line Trimmer
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Posted on Sep 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
look on the bottom of the spool and see if there is an arrow point stamped on the outside of the spool, then check if there is an arrow point stamped on the inside of the spool. If so line up the two arrow points and cut two pieces of line about 3ft long. Insert one line into the hole where line comes out and push it until it comes out a little hole on the bottom of the spool. Pull some out and there will be a very little hole (the size of the line) beside the bigger hole insert the end of the line into the smaller hole and then pull it tight. Do the same for the other side. Then twist the spool (like you did to align the arrow points) stop when you have enough line out to reach the line cutter.
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
The gas take up line is disconnected or is broken. I have the same problem and need to find a diagram to fux it.
Posted on Aug 28, 2009
Your Craftsman Trimmer/weedwacker:
Best Poulan Engine Match (probably real manufacturer):
My decisions are being driven by my experience with Poulan chainsaws. Small hose in tank (long enough to reach all corners), filter on bottom, connects to lowest connection on carburetor. Small hose on upper carburetor connection to small fitting on primer. Large hose from large connection on primer through largest tank hole, roughly mid tank long. nothing on bottom. I suggest you leave the 2 connections on the carburetor long enough they can be swapped (just in case) then try it. if no go swap them.
Typical fuel system and a suggestion or two:
This is how I would configure it if a chainsaw, doubtful they would do something completely different. In defense of Jerry, he knows how it should be done, clarity of instruction could use some help. Good Luck. HTH
Posted on Feb 25, 2010
Testimonial: "Yes, was almost exactly what I needed. Did have to search to find which port on the carburetor was the inlet an the other the outlet."
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