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Engine Fuel Filter
Fix Number FIX9285148
Manufacturer Part Number 530095646
This 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.
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Aaron from BALTIC, OH
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 cleaner in these holes. It then ran perfectly. Make sure you count the rounds they are backed off before removing. Read more...
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Chainsaw Primer Bulb
Fix Number FIX9282918
Manufacturer Part Number 503936601
This is an air purge for various lawn and garden equipment. The air purge may also be known as the primer bulb, and it is made for small engines. This part circulates fuel into the carburetor of your machine to help start the engine.
$9.27
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Fuel Filter
Fix Number FIX12661913
Manufacturer Part Number 591375401
Located inside the fuel tank, the fuel filter removes debris before it can reach the carburetor. If your small engine starts with difficulty or idles rough, it may be clogged, restricting the flow of fuel to the carburetor. Replacing the fuel filter is a maintenance task that should be performed regularly to ensure your engine continues to run efficiently. This manufacturer-approved part is sold individually.
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Fuel Tank Bushing
Fix Number FIX11824288
Manufacturer Part Number 580457501
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Spark Plug
Fix Number FIX8996057
Manufacturer Part Number 503235111
By replacing your spark plug as part of your regular maintenance, this ensures a better performing engine, cleaner exhaust, faster starting, and a smooth-running engine. This spark plug is sourced directly from the manufacturer and is sold as a single unit. If upon inspection you notice the spark plug is dirty or otherwise damaged, it should be replaced right away. Removing the spark plug may require a wrench and should only take a few minutes to complete.
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Filter
Fix Number FIX9005902
Manufacturer Part Number 530150253
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Hose
Fix Number FIX9020992
Manufacturer Part Number 537042401
This is a hose for your lawn and garden equipment. It is just over 4 inches long, and made of a strong, and durable plastic. The hose is connected to the air purge bulb and the carburetor, and may be called a fuel hose. If you use your machine often, this part will deteriorate and crack, allowing fuel to leak out. If your line is damaged it should be replaced right away. This hose could also be used as the return fuel line.
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Nut, Hex, Flangelock
Fix Number FIX9022497
Manufacturer Part Number 532409149
This is a genuine hex flange locknut for a lawn mower. It attaches to the carriage bolt (sold separately), fastening the axle assembly braces in place. This part is sold individually, however most models require three. For this repair you will need a wrench set.
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Starter Pawl Bridge
Fix Number FIX9282878
Manufacturer Part Number 503873305
Installation Instructions
Robert from Belmont, NC
plastic pawls broken no start
remove black cover with 4 screws Then remove 2 long and 1 short screw of pull cord housing Then 4 longer screws that house cover over pawl Hold shaft with vise grip or channel lock pliers then with another set of plier turn off old pawl to the left Nut is welded on so don't use the nut easier to install Read more...
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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
  • Engine stops after a few seconds or minutes
  • Will Not Start
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Installation Instructions
Larry from Sanford, NC
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...

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