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Diaphragm-Carburetor
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PartSelect Number PS8937201
Manufacturer Part Number 270026
This is a carburetor diaphragm, which is an OEM part that pumps fuel from the tank to the engine. It is roughly 1x2 inches and black in color. Sold individually, this part can fail due to fatigue and wear, and if it is broken you may notice your engine is running rough or not starting. If your engine exhibits these signs of being starved of fuel, your diaphragm is damaged and needs to be replaced. Our customers found this repair to be of medium difficulty. It requires a wrench, screwdriver, and pliers to complete. You will be able to locate your diaphragm inside the carburetor itself to swap it out with your new one.
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Gerald from MAULDIN, SC
Replace fuel diaphragm, fuel pickup tube and air cleaner
This 5hp B&G was manufactured in 1985! Had been garage kept and always dependable. After 10 years of non use the carb wasn't getting gas. Removed air cleaner box, muffler and crankcase breather to easily remove carb, replace parts and reassemble. Read more...
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Valve-Float Needle
PartSelect Number PS8925553
Manufacturer Part Number 231855S
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Carburetor
PartSelect Number PS11829368
Manufacturer Part Number 594593
This genuine OEM replacement carburetor is designed for use with lawn and garden equipment. It mixes air and gas before the fuel mix goes to the engine. This kit includes a metal body carburetor, gasket, fuel hose, clamps and a choke assembly. If the engine won\'t start and the tank is full of fresh fuel, test the carburetor by removing the air filter and pouring about a teaspoon of fuel into the carburetor. Pull the starter rope. If the engine starts and then quickly dies, the carburetor is likely the problem. To complete this repair you would need a screwdriver. • Remove the air filter cover • Remove the air filter base • Turn off the fuel • Remove the fuel line • Remove the throttle linkage • Remove the carburetor • Replace the throttle linkage • Connect the fuel line to the carburetor • Replace any damaged/old gaskets • Reassemble the carburetor and air filter base • Mount the carburetor and air filter base • Reinstall the air filter • Replace the air filter cover
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Bowl-Float
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PartSelect Number PS8983295
Manufacturer Part Number 495933
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Carburetor
PartSelect Number PS11829369
Manufacturer Part Number 594601
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Float-Carburetor
PartSelect Number PS8980404
Manufacturer Part Number 494381
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$16.00
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Valve-Float Needle
PartSelect Number PS9068029
Manufacturer Part Number 696136
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Carburetor
PartSelect Number PS12647402
Manufacturer Part Number 594605
This carburetor is for lawn and garden equipment engines. The carburetor mixes air and gas before the fuel mix goes to the engine. Wear work gloves to protect your hands and work in a well-ventilated area during this repair.
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Tube-Pick Up
PartSelect Number PS8988802
Manufacturer Part Number 497413S
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Cap-Spring
PartSelect Number PS9294523
Manufacturer Part Number 690766

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