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We have broken the oil cap and need a replacement. Where can we get one?

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You should be able to get the part at http://www.jackssmallengines.com/coleman_sanborn_parts.cfm Just put in the model number and follow the instructions. Jack's has parts for just about any small engine device and the prices are good.

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No you will not be the first one to do it
as long as you copped it and did not run engine without oil should be okay top up to proper level put cap on should be okay
oil will blow out cap removed normal
Just a few links http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20100624165914AAhhYe1 ans.Best Answer - Chosen by AskerI blew my oil cap off once when i had a bad PCV valve and did not hear it at all. luckily it fell in a place where it stayed while i was driving. If you blew the cap off and enough oil escaped you would loose oil pressure and blow your engine, and I doubt the shop had anything to do with it.

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