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MS2550 (41BDZ20C768) MTD Trimmer

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This is a genuine OEM replacement throttle trigger (red). The throttle trigger is responsible for managing the speed of the engine. The throttle cable attaches to the trigger, which connects to the th...
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This is an authentically sourced fuel tank assembly, including the fuel lines, fuel cap, fuel filter, and screws needed for assembly. This fuel tank assembly is for trimmers, and is where the fuel is ...
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This switch is used on a variety of trimmers, blowers and other similar gardening equipment. This switch controls the on and off operations of your tool. Switches have mechanical internals, which degr...
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Customer:
Erik from ROBERTSDALE, AL
Parts Used:
753-06183
Difficulty Level:
Really Easy
Total Repair Time:
15 - 30 mins
Tools:
Screw drivers
Fuel line broke
Removed the two screws holding the fuel tank to the main unit. Removed the two fuel lines and any stuck on rubber. Installed and installed two screws to mount the new tank. Slid fuel lines on their respective connectors. Done.
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Customer:
Michael from GLENN HEIGHTS, TX
Parts Used:
753-06183
Difficulty Level:
Really Easy
Total Repair Time:
Less than 15 mins
Tools:
Screw drivers
Super Easy Install
The fuel tank is held in place by 2 screws. Simply take the screws off and pull off the fuel lines.
Take the new fuel tank. Put it in place and screw the 2 screws in to hold the fuel tank.
Connect the fuel lines and you're done.
This is the easiest repair I have ever done on any of my lawn equipment.
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