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Engine Fuel Filter
Fix Number FIX9285148
Manufacturer Part Number 530095646This fuel filter is for lawn and garden equipment engines. Fuel filter cleans the fuel before it reaches the carburetor. Work in a well-ventilated area when installing this part. Drain the fuel tank and disconnect the spark plug wire before beginning the repair.
Fixes these symptoms
- Engine stops after a few seconds or minutes
- Will Not Start
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Fix Number FIX9980509
Manufacturer Part Number 5687301This air filter fits lawn and gardening tools to keep dust and debris from damaging and contaminating the carburetor. If dirt builds up, it can even effect the engine from working properly. To replace your filter, remember to place it in a plastic bag with some oil. Rub the oil into the filter and once you remove it, squeeze the excess oil out. *Please note: this is sold individually.
Fix Number FIX9470926
Manufacturer Part Number 530037793This is a foam air filter for small engines, used in various types of outdoor lawn and garden equipment. This genuinely sourced air filter is sold individually. This is a very important part to add to your regular maintenance checklist. The filter prevents dust and dirt from reaching the carburetor and engine and is essential to the smooth and efficient operation of your equipment. This is an easy replacement, that should only take a short amount of time to complete. You may need a nut driver, a pair of pliers, screwdrivers, and a socket. This air filter is compatible with multiple models, so exact repair instruction may differ.
Fix Number FIX9471815
Manufacturer Part Number 530057925This part includes one OEM air filter for a chainsaw. We suggest having a few extra of these on-hand as they are a regular maintenance part that should be inspected and replaced regularly (at least once a year). The air filter plays the important role of blocking debris from making its way to the carburetor and engine, which can lead to serious engine problems. When the air filter is at capacity, this limits the air flow to the engine, causing it to not perform properly or at all.
Fix Number FIX9471798
Manufacturer Part Number 530057869This is a genuinely sourced air filter for a chainsaw, sold as one unit. A dirty or worn air filter can decrease the life and performance of the engine and increase the amount of fuel consumed, which is bad for the environment and your pocket. The air filter should be cleaned every 5 hours of operation. Keep in mind that once the air filter has been used, it is not possible to clean it completely, therefore should be replaced every fifty hours of operation, or once a year. To access the air filter, unfasten the screws securing the cylinder cover and remove it. Remove the air filter cover and air filter. Line-up the new air filter and reassemble your equipment.
Fix Number FIX8860965
Manufacturer Part Number 13031039132This is a single air filter for a chainsaw. It is sourced right from the original manufacturer, ensuring the exact fit for your equipment. The air filter is essential in protecting the engine, as it filters dirt and debris from entering the carburetor. The filter is a regular wear item that needs to be inspected regularly and replaced when it is clogged or damaged. For this replacement, pull the choke all the way out, loosen the bolt, and remove the air cleaner cover and the filter. Be sure to clean the cover and surrounding area before installing your new filter.
Fix Number FIX9482455
Manufacturer Part Number 545057701This is an individual air filter for a chainsaw. It is sourced directly from the original manufacturer, ensuring proper fit and quality performance. The air filter protects the carburetor and engine from debris such as sawdust. If the air filter is clogged, this can cause a poorly performing engine and increased fuel consumption. As part of your regular maintenance, the air filter should be cleaned every five hours and replaced when tarnished or damaged. When cleaning or replacing the air filter, be sure to also clean the cover and surrounding area so debris does not get into the carburetor chamber while the cover is removed.