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You will need to get some TYGON fuel line. Match it up to the size of each fuel line, some of these trimmer use two different size lines, and remember which size went on which connection. You will want about a foot of each. Cut one end of each line at a 60 degree angle. With a pair of needle nose pliers, feed the angled end of the fuel line into the hole going into the tank and feed it into the tank untill you can see at the tank fill. You cut the angled end off and put your filter on the line. Pull it back until the filter lays at the bottom of the tank. Hook this line up to the supply side of carburetor. Take the other line and put it in the tank about 1" or 2"
then cut it off to fit on the carburetor. HTH
Good Day.

Posted on Nov 10, 2009

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I'm not sure what this guy has done and not saying anything bad about him. I just want to help and explain a litle about your fuel system. As far as the gas lines blowing, You have metal and rubber hoses and am guessing the rubber hoses are the ones that had a problem. The only reason the metal ones would go is rust or something hittting them and knocking a hole in them. Ruber hoses can get rotten and get a leak. Below are some pictures of the underside of the fuel tank and as you can see many of those lines are mounted and if some of those mounts were not disconnected is could have pulled on one of the rubber lines and ripped it. I'm guessing that's what happened and he may have just said they blew. Will get to a blown line in a second. By the way I have been working on cars for over 25 years and have forgotten to disconnect things and ripped lines myself....it happens. Now fuel lines "blowing", in my years of working on vehicles I have hardly come across this unless the car sat for a long time and the fuel system was clogged up but even in those cases they were old and rotten. The fuel pump should only constantly run when turning the engine over or while it is running. If the system were that clogged it wouldn't run there for no extra pressure would really build up. When you turn the key to just the on position the fuel relay turns on for a few seconds and then automatically shuts off. Therefore your not just building and building pressure. Now the fuel regulator is done by vacuum. If it were bad you would have less pressure. They do not clog and cause a build up of fuel pressure and if they did, there is a diaphram inside the regulator that would blow and develope a leak (vacuum wise) and again no or little pressure not more. Below is also a picture of the fuel regulator and on top of it you can see where the vacuum line attaches. I hope I was able to help you understand a bit and just didn't confuse you more. Hope this helps...

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I have a 2150 poulan chain saw and my fuel lines are rotten and came apart, now I don't know what line goes where can you help me? I want to replace all of them.


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You will need to get some TYGON fuel line. Match it up to the size of each fuel line, some of these trimmer use two different size lines, and remember which size went on which connection. You will want about a foot of each. Cut one end of each line at a 60 degree angle. With a pair of needle nose pliers, feed the angled end of the fuel line into the hole going into the tank and feed it into the tank untill you can see at the tank fill. You cut the angled end off and put your filter on the line. Pull it back until the filter lays at the bottom of the tank. Hook this line up to the supply side of carburetor. Take the other line and put it in the tank about 1" or 2"
then cut it off to fit on the carburetor. HTH
Good Day.

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A bit more time consuming and requires patience more than skill on this task.

First, only take off 1 of the fuel lines at a time. That way you can make sure you put the right hose on the right fitting.

Let's start with the line with the filter. Take the line off the carburetor. Cut a bit of it and go to a mower repair shop to get your new fuel line. Get about 2 feet. That's about double what you need, but will probably waste some in the process. When you get the new line, cut a sharp point at 1 end. Get a needle nose pliers and reach into your fuel tank and pull out the filter and the rest of the fuel line. Get a fairly fine wire, wrap it around the pointed end of the new fuel line. Snake the wire into the tank and out the small hole. This will help you pull the new hose into the tank and out the hole. This might take a bit of time. When you get the new hose out, square off the end and push it on the carb fitting. Cut the hose where it enters the tank and slip your fuel filter on and drop into the tank. 1 down and 1 to go.

Host #2 can be put into the tank the same as #1, or you can try to push it in from the top. May work with a little lubrication. Hook #2 up to the carb.

This should get you up and running.

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