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Fuel Valve W/Bushing – Part Number: 192980GS
Fuel Valve W/Bushing
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PartSelect #: PS8911051
Manufacturer #: 192980GS
Made of durable rubber and plastic components, this Fuel Valve and Bushing are designed for use in over 150 models of generators and pressure washers. This item is sold as a kit, including the valve a...
$16.75
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Cap, Fuel Gauge – Part Number: B4363GS
Cap, Fuel Gauge
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PartSelect #: PS9314364
Manufacturer #: B4363GS
$39.49
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Assembly, Brush Holder – Part Number: 91825GS
Assembly, Brush Holder
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PartSelect #: PS9157810
Manufacturer #: 91825GS
$52.06
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Breaker, Circuit, 20A – Part Number: 209872GS
Breaker, Circuit, 20A
PartSelect #: PS9919917
Manufacturer #: 209872GS
$9.45
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Support, Leg – Part Number: B1764GS
Support, Leg
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PartSelect #: PS9184762
Manufacturer #: B1764GS
$14.47
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E-Ring – Part Number: 703977
E-Ring
PartSelect #: PS10000220
Manufacturer #: 703977
The OEM E-Ring is a silver metal part used to secure the wheel on the shaft. If broken, the wheel may fall off, and the part must be replaced. It is rated as "Easy" to install and requires pliers and a screw driver.
$4.30
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Wheel, 10" Diameter – Part Number: 209636GS
Wheel, 10" Diameter
PartSelect #: PS8914298
Manufacturer #: 209636GS
The authentic 10" Wheel Assembly (Wheel, 10" Diameter) is a 10-inch black, plastic-and-ubber wheel. It allows easy moving of the generator. Installation requires pliers and is rated as "Easy". If your...
$88.58
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Cap, Circuit Breaker – Part Number: 84198GS
Cap, Circuit Breaker
PartSelect #: PS9146932
Manufacturer #: 84198GS
$3.94
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Screw, M5 - .8 X 10 Taptite – Part Number: 74908GS
Screw, M5 - .8 X 10 Taptite
PartSelect #: PS9116859
Manufacturer #: 74908GS
$2.99
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Gasket-Exhaust – Part Number: 695398
Gasket-Exhaust
PartSelect #: PS9295033
Manufacturer #: 695398
$6.81
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    Scot
    August 23, 2021
    My generator won't start, no spark. Put on a new coil, new spark plug. Cleaned rusted magnet. Still no spark. What can this be?
    For model number 01919
    Hello Scot, Thank you for the question. We suggest to first make sure the Oil is full up to the fill line. You can also check the Ground Wire and the Power Wire Harness. You will need to also make sure it is getting fuel and the Carb is clean and working properly. We hope this helps!

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    Calvin
    September 13, 2021
    After long storage period (2-3 years), oil and gasoline were changed out but generator motor will still not start. What should I try next?
    For model number 01919
    Hello Calvin, Thank you for the question. Old Gas could have clogged the Fuel Valve. We also suggest checking the Brushes in the Holder for wear to the brushes. We hope this helps!

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      Dry rotted rubber
      Put some dish soap on the rubber, push into the tank hole, slip 1x2 into the handle of the tank and over the new part and pry down pushing it into the hole. Took about 2 minutes.
      Parts Used:
      Fuel Valve W/Bushing
      • James from PICAYUNE, MS
      • Difficulty Level:
        Very Easy
      • Total Repair Time:
        Less than 15 mins
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      major gas leak on my generator
      popped out the old-----the bushing failed. replaced as per the included instructions
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      Fuel Valve W/Bushing
      • John from LEES SUMMIT, MO
      • Difficulty Level:
        Really Easy
      • Total Repair Time:
        15 - 30 mins
      • Tools:
        Nutdriver, Pliers
      2 of 6 people found this instruction helpful.
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