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Primer bulb will not fill with gas. got trimmer to run but would do so only when choked after a while it just kept bogging down.

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This is normally cause by a bad fuel line that comes from ethonal rotting the fuel line that goes to the bulb...a seperate line can still feed the carb but it makes it really hard to start

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The primer bulb on my Troy-bilt TB20CS will press in but it doesn't feel like it's pulling in fuel. Earlier after filling the gas tank, I noticed a little gas was leaking, and saw that the tube...


Or it could be like mine. I turned it upside down to take the cover off (Troy Bilt) to clean the air filter. Put it back together and the primer won't fill. Also it looked like air was coming into the bulb from the carb. Weird, since it was filling just a minute ago. Turns out the fuel lines in the tank were dry rotted. When I emptied the fuel tank, bits and pieces of fuel line came out along with several washers and a weight that goes on the end of the hose. Looking inside I saw a hose not connected to anything. Pulled it out and it came out in pieces (kept breaking when I'd grab it). That's why it's not connected to anything! Also why it won't prime or start. Probably also why it was getting to where it didn't run very well, and only on the A choke setting. It would cost almost as much to fix as to buy a new one. Bummer. For $90 though, if lasted five years. Maybe if I change the lines earlier on the next one I can even get more life out of it.

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TRIMMER STOPS RUNNING AFTER A COUPLE OF MINUTES


Check the air filter isn't dirty.
If the fuel line is a flexible type which moves around inside the tank, check it is able to move freely because if you are cutting at awkward angles, the end of the line can end up above the surface of the fuel, **** in air and airlock the line.

The fuel lines may have become airlocked.This can happen if the tank is run dry. If the trimmer has a primer bulb, alternatively press it several times and then try to pull start the engine with choke on. Repeat this several times. The primer bulb should feel spongy and fill with fuel.
You can eliminate this as the problem by fully filling the tank.
Check whether there is a one way check valve on the tank. This vents air into the tank as the fuel leaves for the carburettor. Sometimes particles of dirt can get stuck in this.

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What setting should it be when i begin the start process. also it seems to have a slight hesitation when i engage the trottle


Two stroke gas equipment needs a good long warm up. The heat is part of the deal. Set the choke on full chioke. Prime the bulb till you see the bulb is full. Turn the kill switch if you have one to "on" and fire it up. let it run at idle as long as it will or for a minute on this choke setting. If it dies restart and let warm up. When it is running ok but a little bit boggy then move the choke to open or half and give it some gas. If it responds then go to full open and crank it up a few revs. If it bogs or dies your unit will need service. The diaphragms in the carb are replaces as a kit and run about $6- 10. They are also easy to do if you can read and hold a screw driver. These go bad from fuel hardening every 14 months or so along with the primer bulb and hoses. Get all of this online from parts stores. Whole repair makes it like new forabout $15.00 or let someone do it for you for about $ 50.00.

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Check the fuel line...it may be damaged as well. mine had a small crack in it and it was just replaced and now runs fine.

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You may have a small air leak at the carb, sometimes found at the bulb primer. This allows the engine to stop picking up fuel due to sucking air into the fuel line. If you re-prime, it will run again for a short period?

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Vapor lock


The tank vent is a bronze plug inserted into the tank casting--the caps are not intended to vent. Check the fuel filter for plugging and the condition of the fuel lines and primer bulb. You should be able to fill the bulb with fuel after several pushes of the primer bulb. Have the fuel lines been changed? Hope this helps!

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My Poulan Pro weed trimmer SM132 does not run. I replaced the primer bulb and spark plug and it ran fine for 10 minutes. Now it will only start with the choke on and dies immediately. It will not start...


The primer does require two lines attached as it is a Walbro style primer. All four SM132 models uses the WT628 Carb. Since the trimmer ran 10 minutes then you have got all the lines connected right. Mostly you got trash in your carb or it simply needs rebuilding as the diaphragm may have pin hole in it or the check valves are worn out. Depending on the age and use of your unit you may also have a sticking piston ring.

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Primer bulb won't re-fill.


Not sure about your particular set-up, but there is usually two fuel lines running from the fuel tank. One goes to the carb and the other goes on a fitting on back of the primer bulb. The primer bulb will have a second fitting with a line going to carb. Sounds like either a clogged or leaking fuel line to me. Hope this helps and good luck.

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Primer bulb not filling


Yes, I think the gas cap may be clogged. The gas cap must be able to breath, otherwise this vacuum will occur. Try starting your trimmer and when it starts to choke out, loosen the gas cap. It should get air back in the tank, then and keep running. If this works, clear the hole in the gas cap, or purchase a new one.

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