Question about Homelite Consumer Products 4.0 Amp, 13 In. Trimmer
You will need the correct size fuel line first. Follow this:
1. Remove the old filter/weight from the fuel tank.
2. Take a new fuel line piece about 8 inches long and cut about a 45 degree angle cut on one end.
3. Lightly moisten the cut end of the fuel line and insert it into the tank from the outside, pushing it in while turning as far as possible.
4. Use a needle nose plyers to reach in and pull the line to the fuel line cap. Cut the line and replace the filter.
5. Pull the line back the way you put it in leaving about 4 inches within the tank and re-attach to the carburetor or primer bulb (depending on the actual model/age)
It will work, but it is extreemly important to have the correct size fuel line to work with.
Posted on Sep 27, 2010
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