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Spring
Fix Number FIX9869937
Manufacturer Part Number 06713
$20.38
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Spool Retainer - Black
Fix Number FIX9937839
Manufacturer Part Number 308042002
This is a spool retainer for your trimmer. You may also know this part as a bump knob. It is a right-hand thread screw to remove and attach to your trimmer head. Inside the spool housing, it holds the spool with the cutting line. It also is acts as a protection bumper to advance the line from the spool without damage. This part is considered a wear and tear part on your trimmer as it is constantly replaced.
Installation Instructions
Fred from Shevlin, MN
Spool retainer was worn and could not be removed from overheated spool assembly.
I used a pliers to hold shaft steady and a wrench to remove the inner bolt. I replaced the spool assembly and installed the new spool retainer. This took about ten minutes to fix once the problem was determined. Read more...
$15.21
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Fuel Tank With Cap
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Fix Number FIX9937937
Manufacturer Part Number 308181004
The Fuel Tank is an OEM replacement part. It is compatible with the models shown below. It includes the fuel lines, fuel cap and fuel filter. If you need to order the fuel tank bumpers, they are sold individually as part number 98792.
$4.11
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Grass Deflector Assembly
Fix Number FIX10051753
Manufacturer Part Number T308744001
This is a grass deflector assembly for a trimmer. Your model may have a straight deflector and a curved shaft deflector, and this one is considered the curved shaft deflector. Its purpose is to help protect the user from flying debris. The guard includes the line cutting blade, which keeps the line at the appropriate length. For this repair, remove the hex screw, flat washer, and wing nut from the grass deflector. Press it onto the curved shaft and insert the hex screw through the grass deflector and the bracket on the curved shaft. Align the flat washer and lock washer on the hex head cap screw. Place the wing nut on the hex head cap screw and tighten until it is secure.
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Carburetor Gasket
Fix Number FIX10022229
Manufacturer Part Number 900994004
$4.48
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Spring & Container
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Fix Number FIX9987666
Manufacturer Part Number 638033001
This spring or container fits gardening tools such as a trimmer. The spring works to recoil a starter rope. If your spring has been worn out, it can lose tension and even break. If the spring breaks, the starter rope will not retract. To prevent this, it is best to replace the spring. The tools needed for this repair are: T25 Torx bit, spark plug wrench, clutch tool, and rope. For installation instructions refer to the diagram provided by the manufacturer.
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Bumper
Fix Number FIX10037881
Manufacturer Part Number 98792
This bumper fits various gardening tools and is sold individually. The bumper secures the fuel tank and minimizes movement of tank. For installation instructions, refer to the manual provided by the manufacturer.
$8.20
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Spark Plug
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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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Filter
Fix Number FIX11860983
Manufacturer Part Number 98760
$13.67
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Fuel Tank and Cap Assembly
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Fix Number FIX9937917
Manufacturer Part Number 308123004
Installation Instructions
Sheldon from ALEXANDRIA, PA
Fuel lines/filter shot. Came as a complete unit with fuel tank, lines & filter in one.
Loosened torx screws on engine bracket holding fuel tank in place.
Disconnected old fuel lines from carb and removed old fuel tank. (Keep the rubber tank cushions for use with the new tank)
Installed the new tank and connected new fuel lines to appropriate carb feed & return.
I also took the time to replace old air filter and spark plug with new ones (Plug gap .025)
Put new fuel in tank, started, reset LO/HIGH carb settings and idle speed.
Runs like a new weed-eater. Just needed a little TLC after 27 years of service
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