Question about Poulan/Weed Eater No. Bvm200le 711482 24cc Gas Blower/Vac
I need a detailed head bolt layout (photo?) for a Little Wonder walk behind leaf blower Cat. # 9008PI/C. It is powered by an 8 hp Briggs and Stratton engine model 195422 type 1132-01. It was manufactured around 1994. The head bolts are designed to mount the fuel tank, fan shroud and a small right angle bracket so they need to go on in a very specific location.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
When replacing fuel line, make sure that you have the correct size lines. Depending on the size of your engine, the lines may vary in size. The primer bulb line will sometimes be larger in diameter than the fuel line to the carburetor. The primer bulb line will be the shorter of the two. When replacing the fuel line, make sure you have enough line to go from the bottom of the tank up to the carburetor. Give yourself a couple extra inches to work with. Cut one end at an angle, this makes it easier to feed down through the hole. Continue feeding the line until it comes out of the gas cap hole. Then cut the end of the line square again and attach the fuel filter that goes on the end of the line. Place the filter back in the tank, then adjust the line so that the fuel filter lays comfortably at the bottom of the tank. Then attach the other end of the line, (where you inserted it), to the carburetor, cutting off any extra line you may have.
Posted on May 23, 2009
If you push the bulb and note the port the gas squirts out... this is the short line. The other port should **** up when the bulb is released... this connects to the long line with weighted filter in tank.
Posted on Nov 08, 2009
So far everything looks good. You're getting fuel, and you're getting spark. Only problem, is you've gotten too much fuel in it, and need to get rid of some before you can proceed. Take that spark plug out, and pull the starting rope hard several times. This will force the largest amounts of fuel out. Now's the part where you'll have to trust me. Use a match or a lighter to "flash" the cylinder. Make sure you don't have excess fuel spilled over the blower, but hold that match or lighter right up to the spark plug hole, and it'll "puff" at you. Please don't look into the hole while you're doing this. Flash the cylinder, and then pull the rope again, and flash it again. Next, make sure the spark plug is dry then put it back in. Set your choke to full choke, and pull until it hits once. Then put the choke on half, and it should start within 3 pulls.
Posted on Mar 25, 2010
most small engine repair parts stores can carry the part or order one if one is not available made[trace] one out of paper or cardboard and go to small engine or auto parts store and buy gasket material suitable for ur application and make the gasket
Posted on Jul 04, 2011
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