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MTD Fuel Tank Assembly
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PartSelect Number PS10009586
Manufacturer Part Number 753-06183
This fuel tank assembly is supplied by the original manufacturer for use in trimmers. It is responsible for storing and transferring fuel to the engine for combustion. The assembly consists of a plastic tank, a fuel cap, a fuel filter, and the fuel lines which have a diameter of 0.25 inches. If the fuel tank is damaged, or the fuel lines are clogged, the assembly will need to be replaced. A faulty fuel tank assembly will result in fuel leakage, hard starting, rough idling, and poor equipment performance. To begin, drain the fuel from the tank. Disconnect the fuel lines and remove the mounting hardware that secures the assembly to the equipment. Pull off the old assembly and align the new one with the mounting holes. Secure the assembly in place and reconnect the fuel lines. Refill the fuel tank to complete the repair.
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Erik from ROBERTSDALE, AL
Fuel line broke
Removed the two screws holding the fuel tank to the main unit. Removed the two fuel lines and any stuck on rubber. Installed and installed two screws to mount the new tank. Slid fuel lines on their respective connectors. Done. Read more...
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MTD Plug-Spark
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PartSelect Number PS9140427
Manufacturer Part Number 796112S
This part is the replacement spark plug for your engine. It measures approximately 2.5 inches by 1 inch. The spark plug creates the spark that ignites fuel in your engine during the combustion process. Over time, spark plugs can become worn and can go bad, which will prevent the engine from firing. You can test your spark plug for continuity with a multimeter, and inspect it for corrosion if you suspect the spark plug has gone bad. This is an OEM part sourced directly from the manufacturer and it is sold individually.
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David from KNOXVILLE, TN
Replace carburetor
Loosened engine cover and moved out of the way
Removed air intake and filter
Loosened and disconnected gas line to carburetor
Unscrewed carburetor and disconnected from throttle arm
Reversed process using new carburetor, O-ring and gasket
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MTD Fuel Tank Assembly W/Fuel Lines Incl. 29
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PartSelect Number PS11812933
Manufacturer Part Number 753-06797
The fuel tank assembly is responsible for storing and supplying fuel to the engine in lawn and outdoor power equipment. It includes the tank, fuel cap, and fuel lines. The fuel tank assembly will fail if the tank develops cracks or leaks, or if the fuel lines can become clogged. When the fuel tank assembly fails, you will notice fuel leakage, restricted fuel supply, stalling, difficulties starting and overall lower performance. Before beginning any repairs, first drain any remaining fuel from the tank for your safety. Disconnect the fuel lines from the tank and remove the fuel tank from the equipment. Position the new tank on to the mounting holes and secure it in place. Connect the fuel lines to the engine and vent to complete your repair.
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MTD Line trimmer cutting head assembly
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PartSelect Number PS16583608
Manufacturer Part Number 841-013303S
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Randall from TREMONT, IL
Plastic bump head housing cracked
Unscrewed the old (LEFT HAND THREADS), screwed on the new. Done!!! Read more...
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MTD Cutting Head Assembly
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PartSelect Number PS10009816
Manufacturer Part Number 753-08169
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MTD Glide Cap
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PartSelect Number PS10009817
Manufacturer Part Number 753-08170
This genuine OEM glide cap, is also referred to as a fixed line head. It protects the cutting line of your string trimmer and prevents it from coming into contact with sidewalks or curbs. Housing the cutting head assembly, it guides and helps the trimmer smoothly glide along the edges without causing damage to the line or the machine. The glide cap is typically found at the bottom end of the trimmer head, where the cutting line extends. The cap is made out of plastic and wears out over time, especially when it rubs against the ground. You may also notice that the string feeds outside of the head uncontrollably. To remove the glide cap, simply depress its locking tabs on each side and pull it away from the cutting head. Install the new glide cap by aligning it with the correct notches on the trimmer, pushing it into place, and using a screwdriver to secure the tabs. Please bear in mind that the glide cap is sold separately from the rest of the cutting head assembly.
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MTD Carburetor Overhaul Kit
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PartSelect Number PS8984098
Manufacturer Part Number 498260
This is a replacement carburetor overhaul kit for your small engine. The carburetor is essential to the overall performance of your engine, and the carb can get clogged up over time for a variety of reasons. When your carb becomes clogged, it is often a good idea to take it apart and replace the various parts inside by purchasing a carburetor kit. This is a 15-piece set and contains everything that you will need to do a total overhaul of your carburetor. You may want to purchase some carb cleaner as well, to ensure that the new pieces in the carb kit fit and adhere properly.
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Sal from CONROE, TX
Carburetor and Fuel Tank needed replacement
Removed and replaced both.

Y'all need to include the gasket with the replacement Carburetor before sending out to customers.
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MTD Fuel Tank Assembly
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PartSelect Number PS9118306
Manufacturer Part Number 753-06250
Fuel tanks are responsible for storing and supplying fuel, like gasoline, for an engine. This fuel tank assembly is designed for and compatible with various models of trimmers and includes the plastic fuel tank and fuel cap, securing screws, and 2 fuel lines. To best maintain your fuel tank, make sure to inspect the fuel filter regularly for any clogs that could affect equipment performance, and replace it when necessary. Over time and through aging, fuel tanks themselves can wear down and crack, or get severely clogged, leading to issues like contamination rendering the tank unsafe to use, and in need of replacement. You must drain the fuel from the tank before you replace it, and you will need a screwdriver or wrench to remove any panels and securing screws containing the tank.
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Jonathan from LIBERTY TWP, OH
Smelled Gas Leaks
Inspected/removed fuel lines and found signs of leak. Removed and inspected carburetor and found that seals and gaskets were toast. Replaced said seals with ones from the kit that fit and replaced fuel lines.

Would be nice to have a fuel line kit with the big fuel line (tank to carb) and the little one (carb to engine) together with all the necessary clamps.
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MTD Cover, Belt, Deck, 42 - Red
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PartSelect Number PS9130988
Manufacturer Part Number 783-06424A-0638
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Jerry from GRAND BAY, AL
Belt guards broken
Replaced belt guards. Bended in center plates to keep the belts from slipping off. Works like a charm Read more...
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MTD Drive Cable
PartSelect Number PS9166741
Manufacturer Part Number 946-04655A

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