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Filter
Fix Number FIX9285148
Manufacturer Part Number 530095646
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Will Not Start


Installation Instructions
Aaron from BALTIC, OH says,

Wouldn’t start
Replaced fuel line and filter. Also replaced diaphragms, screens, float, needle and gaskets. It then started but wouldn’t keep running. I had to back out fuel air mix needle completely and spray carb ...read more

$4.21
Fuel Line
Fix Number FIX9472280
Manufacturer Part Number 530069247
This chainsaw fuel line kit carries fuel from the tank into the carburetor and from the primer bulb to the fuel system. This part is mostly used on gas trimmers and blowers. The fuel lines are made from clear, flexible, and rubber material. In time, this part can begin to deteriorate, which can result in leaks. To prevent this, make sure to replace the fuel line. As a safety precaution, remember to wear work gloves to protect your hands during repair.
Fixes these symptoms
Will Not Start


Installation Instructions
Larry from Sanford, NC says,

fuel line is very tight going on
Using forceps, hold tight grip on fuel line about only 1/8 of an inch back of end and lube lightly. Push slowly and work onto nipple....read more

$4.55
Tank Purge Line
Fix Number FIX9472264
Manufacturer Part Number 530069216
This is a tank purge line, also known as a fuel line kit, and it is used with various lawn equipment. The line connects fuel from the tank into the carburetor, and from the primer bulb back into the fuel system. The extra fuel is forced through the line into the fuel tank. This tube is transparent, and has a diameter of 3/16 inches. Before making this repair, we recommend draining the fuel from your machine, and removing the spark plug.
Fixes these symptoms
Will Not Start


$5.64
Spark Plug (Rcj-8Y)
Fix Number FIX9484192
Manufacturer Part Number 952030150
This is a spark plug and it is used on various lawn equipment around your home. This part powers the engine by lighting the fuel and air mixture found in the cylinder of the engine. If the tip of the spark plug is damaged or burnt (also known as fouled), the engine will not start. This spark plug is Rcj7-8Y, that means this has a resistor type R, a shell design type CJ (14mm thread, 0.375 inch reach, 0.75 or 0.8125 inch hex), a heat range/application type 7-8 (heat range with automotive, small engine, and ordnance applications), and a firing end design of type Y (standard projected core nose). If your machine is not turning on, or is running extremely rough, you will need to replace the spark plug.
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$6.22
Fuel Tank Vent
Fix Number FIX9183121
Manufacturer Part Number A356000031
This check valve or the fuel tank vent is connected to the fuel tank in the following products: hedge trimmer, leaf blower/vacuum, chainsaw, edger, engine, tiler, auger, water pump, chipper shredder, sprayer, and brush cutter. The check valve allows air into the fuel tank to prevent vacuum when the fuel is being fed through the fuel line. Tip: if the vent is clogged, your engine may stall. Usually, the vent line is connected to a fuel grommet that is installed on the fuel tank. The tools needed for this installation are: needle-nose pliers and a small slotted screwdriver. Remember to wear work gloves to protect hands. Refer to the manual for an accurate repair guide.
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$4.05
Air Purge Bulb
Fix Number FIX12145035
Manufacturer Part Number 300780002
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$3.99
Spark Plug Bpm-8Y
Fix Number FIX9263506
Manufacturer Part Number 15901019830
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$4.37
Fuel Filter
Fix Number FIX11826311
Manufacturer Part Number A369000480
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$9.87
In-Tank Fuel Filter
Fix Number FIX9971445
Manufacturer Part Number 530095646
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$7.82
Spark Plug
Fix Number FIX10018287
Manufacturer Part Number 870174001
This spark plug is used for lawn and garden equipment engines, such as trimmers, hedge trimmers, leaf blowers, cultivators, edgers, tillers and power brooms. The spark plug delivers electric current from an ignition system to an internal combustion engine, basically igniting the fuel in the engine. With use, spark plugs can become dirty and fouled, if this is the case then replace your spark plug to solve this issue. Repair tip: you will need to gap your spark plug. Follow instructions in the manual provided by the manufacturer for further guidance.
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