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PCV43 Powermate Tiller - Overview

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Throttle Trigger & Cable – Part Number: A200738
Throttle Trigger & Cable
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Manufacturer #: A200738
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Recoil Starter Assembly – Part Number: A200783
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Recoil Starter – Part Number: A200696
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Foam Element, Pre-Filter – Part Number: A200769
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Manufacturer #: A200769
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Foam Element, Filter – Part Number: A200768
Foam Element, Filter
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Manufacturer #: A200768
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Mounting Plate, Air Filter – Part Number: A200836
Mounting Plate, Air Filter
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Manufacturer #: A200836
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Carburetor – Part Number: A200774
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Knob, Screw – Part Number: A200770
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Gasket, Carburetor – Part Number: A200841
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Common Symptoms of the PCV43

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Cannot pull starter cord out or engine will not turn over
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Fuel tank cracked from winter cold, created a large hole.
It was as simple as removing four (4) hex screws holding the gas tank to the tiller frame. Once the tank was removed, took a screwdriver to pry the fuel line from the old tank (being careful not to damage the rubber seals). Place fuel line (there is another short line attached to it), I call it a breather line.Once in, attach fuel tank to tiller frame. Prime and start. This is super easy.

TIP: When placing the lines in the new tank, ensure you have the small and the large line in the same position as it came off the old tank, as the small must marry up with the small line and the larger one with the larger one.
Parts Used:
Fuel Tank Sub-Assembly
  • Rogers from SAN ANTONIO, TX
  • Difficulty Level:
    Very Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
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