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Engine Fuel Filter – Part Number: 530095646
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$3.47
Engine Fuel Filter
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PartSelect Number PS9285148
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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Will Not Start


Installation Instructions
Mark from LYNDONVILLE, NY says,

Deterioration of fuel line system
Removed the top cover (T25 torx), and side cover (T25 torx) with recoil starter. Drained all fuel, and removed all pieces of fuel old fuel line and the weighted filter from inside the tank by shaking ...read more

Knob – Part Number: 502204001
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$5.79
Knob
PartSelect Number PS8993624
Manufacturer Part Number 502204001
The air cleaner knob, just over 1 inch in diameter, is black in color and made of plastic. It is sold individually, and its function is to tighten the air cleaner cover down on various lawn and garden equipment. This knob can become worn over time, which will cause the air filter cover not to stay in place. Most of our customers find this to be an easy repair. It does not require any special tools.
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Air Filter – Part Number: 537143101
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$5.79
Air Filter
PartSelect Number PS9022665
Manufacturer Part Number 537143101
This air filter comes in black foam and is rated as "Easy" to install. Installation requires a screwdriver, and the part attaches inside of the air cleaner housing. This manufacturer certified filter is used to prevent dirt and debris from entering the carburetor and engine, which would cause damage. If broken or clogged, the engine will experience performane issues or may not turn on. If broken, the filter should be replaced. Tip: Put a bit of two-cycle oil in the bag and let it absorb into the filter. This makes it more tacky to catch debris.
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Carburetor – Part Number: 588171156
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$28.99
Carburetor
PartSelect Number PS11824881
Manufacturer Part Number 588171156
This OEM carburetor mixes the air-fuel mixture to the proper ratio for combustion in your engine. This carburetor is sold individually, is silver in color and metal in material, and is located on the intake of the engine. Issues with your carburetor will cause problems with your engine running, and could cause excessive smoke due to too much gas. This can happen due to corrosion inside the carburetor. Carburetors can be rebuilt easily, and repairing them requires an allen wrench and a screwdriver. When troubleshooting your carb, remove the air filter and pour a teaspoon of fuel into the carburetor. Pull the starter rope, and if the engine starts then quickly dies, the carburetor is likely the problem. When replacing your carburetor, also replace all gaskets when doing so, as they are a one-time use.
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Gasket – Part Number: 503497101
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$5.79
Gasket
PartSelect Number PS8990133
Manufacturer Part Number 503497101
This Carburetor Gasket provides a tight seal between the carburetor and insulator. If broken, the engine will run lean due to excess air causing performance issues, and the part should be replaced. If the carburetor has to be taken off for any reason, the gasket should be replaced, as it is one-time use. Installation requires a screw driver and pliers, and is rated as "Easy".
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Choke Control – Part Number: 503962501
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$6.95
Choke Control
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PartSelect Number PS8991758
Manufacturer Part Number 503962501
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Installation Instructions
Richard from CHINA GROVE, NC says,

Weed eater flooded constantly.
Very simple repair...took the old carburetor off and installed the new one. After replacement, the weed eater fired up after the second pull. Cover, removed 4 bolts. Carburetor, three bolts. Removed t...read more

Starter Pawl Bridge – Part Number: 503873305
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$20.87
Starter Pawl Bridge
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PartSelect Number PS9282878
Manufacturer Part Number 503873305
The Starter Pawl bridge provides the resistance needed for the starter rope to start the trimming engine. It is an OEM part that attaches inside the recoil assembly. If broken due to weaar or fatigue, the engine will not engaged when the rope is pulled, and the part should be replaced. Installation is rated as easy and requires a screwdrvier, pliers and nutdriver. Refer to your make, model and diagram to check if this part is correct. This part is metal, individually sold, and comes in gold.
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Filter – Part Number: 530150253
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$2.99
Filter
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PartSelect Number PS9005902
Manufacturer Part Number 530150253
The air filter prevents dirt and debris from entering the engine on your lawn equipment. This is an OEM filter that is white, roughly 2x3.5 inches in dimension, and can only be purchased individually. Made of foam, the air filter becomes clogged and worn over time, causing the engine to run rough from restricted air flow. You can make this repair easily with no required tools by inserting the new filter inside the air cleaner housing of your engine.
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Chainsaw Primer Bulb – Part Number: 503936601
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$11.59
Chainsaw Primer Bulb
PartSelect Number PS9282918
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.
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Fuel Tank Bushing – Part Number: 580457501
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$5.79
Fuel Tank Bushing
PartSelect Number PS11824288
Manufacturer Part Number 580457501
Used to seal the fuel tank to prevent leaks and allow the fuel line to enter through it, this Fuel Tank Bushing is sourced directly from the manufacturer. It is made of black rubber, is not part of a kit or assembly, and is sold individually. This part will wear through regular use and should be replaced if you notice signs of damage or wear. When it malfunctions, you will see fuel leaking from the bushing. You will need a screwdriver and pliers to complete this repair. Customers rate this repair as Easy.
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