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Air Filter (Ready-Oiled) – Part Number: 537186301
Air Filter (Ready-Oiled)
PartSelect #: PS9020811
Manufacturer #: 537186301
This ready-oiled air filter is an OEM part that traps dirt and debris, preventing them from entering the engine. This part is black, comprised of foam, and is sold individually. Your air filter may be...
$7.46
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Chainsaw Primer Bulb – Part Number: 503936601
Chainsaw Primer Bulb
PartSelect #: PS9282918
Manufacturer #: 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 ...
$14.29
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Hose – Part Number: 537042401
Hose
PartSelect #: PS9020992
Manufacturer #: 537042401
This OEM fuel line, or hose, is a 4-inch, clear, plastic tube which is sold individually. It is rated as "Easy" to install. This part connects to the purge assembly and delivers fuel to the carburetor...
$5.29
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Knob – Part Number: 502204001
Knob
PartSelect #: PS8993624
Manufacturer #: 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...
$6.21
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Screw – Part Number: 502206503
Screw
PartSelect #: PS8985566
Manufacturer #: 502206503
$3.99
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Fuel Filter – Part Number: 503443201
Fuel Filter
PartSelect #: PS9282679
Manufacturer #: 503443201
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Fuel Tank Bushing – Part Number: 503735801
Fuel Tank Bushing
PartSelect #: PS8990930
Manufacturer #: 503735801
$7.53
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Starter Pawl Bridge – Part Number: 503873305
Starter Pawl Bridge
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PartSelect #: PS9282878
Manufacturer #: 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,...
$27.40
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Spark Plug – Part Number: 503235111
Spark Plug
PartSelect #: PS8996057
Manufacturer #: 503235111
Compatible with over 150 models of lawn equipment, this Spark Plug has been sourced directly from the original manufacturer. It is sold individually, made of metal and ceramic components, and is not p...
$5.29
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Fuel Hose – Part Number: 581756205
Fuel Hose
PartSelect #: PS17016374
Manufacturer #: 581756205
This fuel hose is a genuine OEM part designed to deliver fuel from your fuel tank to the carburetor. Also known as the fuel line, it is black in color, made of rubber, sold individually, and can be at...
$12.44
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Screw – Part Number: 503216220
Screw
PartSelect #: PS8989054
Manufacturer #: 503216220
$5.29
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Choke Control – Part Number: 503962501
Choke Control
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PartSelect #: PS8991758
Manufacturer #: 503962501
$9.96
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Dan Holt
August 20, 2022
How do I replace the trimmer head please?
For model number 323L
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Hey Dan, thank you for your inquiry. We have researched your model number and found the head trimmer part number PS9007190. If you want to replace the trimmer head, you need to find a little hole on the main rod near the trimmer head. Put a screwdriver inside that hole, and rotate the trimmer head until your screwdriver fits in the hole in the trimmer head aligned with the hole on the main rod. Once your screwdriver fits in both holes, the trimmer head will stop rotating and this is the time when you rotate it counterclockwise and the trimmer head will get off from the main body. Install a new one the same way, and tighten it by rotating in the opposite direction. We hope this information helps. If you need help placing an order, customer service is open 7 days a week. Thanks again for your great question.

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Would not start now runs great
Remove and replace
Parts Used:
Carburetor
  • JAMES from FAYETTEVILLE, AR
  • Difficulty Level:
    Very Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    Less than 15 mins
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Fixed up somebody's old trimmer they threw at the curb
This trimmer was in relatively good shape. Somebody had thrown it out! They thought they had broke the rewind, but when I ended up taking it off, it sucked right back in. They also must have broke the vibration plate on the bottom. With the screws and plate I bought from here, plus a new head and service kit I got elsewhere , this thing ran like a champion again.
Parts Used:
Plate
  • Jeremy from DILLSBURG, PA
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
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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 two hoses, choke handle and installed. Order gasket...never hurts to replace gaskets. One other thing, most important...use premix fuel!!! I use it in all gas powered equipment now. Cleaner and does not gum up filters and carburetor.
Parts Used:
Carburetor Gasket
  • Richard from CHINA GROVE, NC
  • Difficulty Level:
    Very Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
  • Tools:
    Nutdriver
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