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The rubber tube that picks up the fuel came off

The rubber tube that picks up the fuel inside the tank came off inside the tank. Do I have to replace the fuel tank or can it be fixed. I need to know how to get the fuel tank off the lawn mower. It is a Series L110

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It can be fixxed it should be bolted on by maybe 3 bolts or screws once you get it off tilt tank let piece fall out of the tank then what ya do is feed the new line through the top get a long pair of needle nose pliers pull line out of cap end put you fuel filter on end pull back out of top the where the filter is on bottom of tank recomect everything & its should work well for ya

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What brand is a L110?

Normally a pickup tube comes from the top of the tank, and is held in place by a round rubber bushing with a steel fitting in the center. You can remove the steel fitting by pulling it out of the rubber bushing. Many manufacturers in the last 5 years have had problems with rubber lines disintegrating inside the fuel tank, and have come up with a 'special' hose to use for pickup hose. I would suggest getting the 'special' hose to replace it with, as a regular hose will work for about 2 weeks, and come off again. (due to the gasoline/achohol attacking the material of the hose and swelling, it will not stay on the fittings)
It may not be necassary to remove the tank, just use a piece of wire with a hook bent on the end to retrieve the old hose which has a weighted pickup fitting on the end. You will want to reuse the fitting.

Posted on Nov 13, 2009

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