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Fix Number FIX9195232
Manufacturer Part Number A226001410This part is the replacement air filter for your small engine, used for outdoor power equipment. It has a black plastic rim that is approximately 2.5 inches by 2.5 inches. The air filter in your small engine prevents dirt and debris from entering the cylinder, where it can cause more serious damage. If your air filter is clogged, it can decrease your engine performance, and it will need to be cleaned or replaced. If the filter is damaged, it will need to be replaced as well. This is an OEM part sourced directly from the manufacturer, and is it sold individually.
Fix Number FIX11826485
Manufacturer Part Number P005003120
Fix Number FIX11826311
Manufacturer Part Number A369000480This is a single OEM fuel filter that has been approved by the manufacturer, ensuring the highest quality. It is compatible with numerous types of outdoor power equipment, such as blowers, trimmers, edgers, chainsaws, etc. This is a very important maintenance part that should be replaced on a regular schedule. Its purpose is to remove contaminants that could clog up the carburetor, which should also be regularly inspected. For this simple repair, slide the new fuel filter onto the fuel line and use a screwdriver to place the clamp tightly over the nipple.
Fuel Line Grommet
Fix Number FIX8859978
Manufacturer Part Number 13211546730This is a fuel line grommet, and it is used with various lawn and garden equipment. This part prevents leaking fuel and fumes. The grommet is placed in the fuel tank to seal the opening area where the fuel line and the fuel tank connect. A worn grommet is a safety hazard because it will cause fuel to leak from the tank. We recommend when replacing it to also replace the fuel line. Before starting this repair make sure to drain the fuel from the tank, and remove the spark plug.
Fuel Tank Vent
Fix Number FIX9183121
Manufacturer Part Number A356000031This 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.
Fuel Return Tube 3x6x90mm
Fix Number FIX8862036
Manufacturer Part Number 13201056330This is a fuel return tube, for various lawn equipment. This part is yellow and is 90mm long. The tube is used to return the extra fuel back into the fuel tank. This happens after the primer bulb has primed the carburetor to start. Depending on usage, this part will weaken and crack, that is when you will need to replace it.
Fix Number FIX9261895
Manufacturer Part Number 13201309820
Intake Insulator Gasket
Fix Number FIX10053460
Manufacturer Part Number V103001360
Fix Number FIX9148697
Manufacturer Part Number 90050000005This nut is used for a variety of handheld gardening tools. The nut has multiple applications depending on the tool you are using. Refer to the diagram provided by the manufacturer for installation instructions and nut location in a specific tool. This lock nut is used to resist loosening when threaded onto a bolt. *Please note: this part is sold individually. The measurements are: 5mm.
Spark Plug Bpm-8Y
Fix Number FIX9263506
Manufacturer Part Number 15901019830Replacing the spark plug should be part of your regular maintenance. How often to replace it depends on your model but is generally changed at least once a year or more, depending on use. When a spark plug has gone bad this can lead to a hard-starting engine, a misfire, or the engine not starting at all. Replacing it is very easy. Start by gapping your new spark plug according to the manufacturer specifications. For this repair, start by removing the boot from the old plug, use a wrench to remove it, and twist it off with your hand. Now thread the new replacement spark plug into place and tighten it using the wrench. This manufacturer-approved spark plug is sold individually.