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PB-500 (P02837001001-P02837002000) Echo Leaf Blower / Vacuum - Overview

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Primer Pump – Part Number: 12318140630
Primer Pump
PartSelect #: PS8858167
Manufacturer #: 12318140630
The Primer Pump, aka the Pump Bulb, is a clear, individually sold, plastic part, sourced from the original equipment manufacturer. It has an Outer Diameter of 0.616 Inches, 15.66mm and is 0.558 Inches...
$4.35
  In Stock
Filter, Fuel – Part Number: A369000460
Filter, Fuel
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PartSelect #: PS11826309
Manufacturer #: A369000460
The Fuel Filter is a white and silver, individually sold, steel part. It reuires pliers to install and its installation is rated as Easy. The part attaches inside of the fuel tank and is used to cle...
$7.71
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Filter-Air – Part Number: A226000032
Filter-Air
PartSelect #: PS9313970
Manufacturer #: A226000032
$9.16
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Clip – Part Number: V490001230
Clip
PartSelect #: PS10053748
Manufacturer #: V490001230
Used in over 150 models of outdoor power equipment, this clip is commonly used to clip fuel lines or other hoses/tubes in place. It is sold individually, not as part of a kit or assembly, made of meta...
$2.99
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Spark Plug Cap Spring – Part Number: 15901103432
Spark Plug Cap Spring
PartSelect #: PS9263507
Manufacturer #: 15901103432
$3.99
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Clamp – Part Number: V495000430
Clamp
PartSelect #: PS9322987
Manufacturer #: V495000430
$2.99
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Screw-5x20 – Part Number: 90016205020
Screw-5x20
PartSelect #: PS9151172
Manufacturer #: 90016205020
$2.99
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Pipe, Straight – Part Number: E165000141
Pipe, Straight
PartSelect #: PS9196030
Manufacturer #: E165000141
$10.12
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Flange Nut 5 – Part Number: 90051600005
Flange Nut 5
PartSelect #: PS9151559
Manufacturer #: 90051600005
$2.99
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Pipe, Blower – Part Number: E165000171
Pipe, Blower
PartSelect #: PS10044868
Manufacturer #: E165000171
$8.44
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Replace clogged fuel filter.
Thru fuel cap, insert copper wire with hook formed on end. Fish around until you grab the fuel line. Pull the fuel line and filter thru the fuel fill neck.
Pull off old filter and replace with new. Push back into fuel tank & be done.
Parts Used:
Filter, Fuel
  • Keith from NORWOOD, NJ
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    Less than 15 mins
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