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Carburetor – Part Number: 753-06190
Carburetor
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PartSelect #: PS9119300
Manufacturer #: 753-06190
It is an authentic manufacturer-sourced replacement part that i supplied for Craftsman trimmers. The function of a carburetor is to mix the air and the gas into a highly combustible mix before it goes...
$30.42
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Pawl Assembly – Part Number: 753-06091
Pawl Assembly
PartSelect #: PS9457214
Manufacturer #: 753-06091
The pawl assembly is a complete OEM kit that includes the two plastic pawls, the two springs, and the metal housing. Installation is rated "Medium" difficulty and requires a screwdriver and socket set...
$7.72
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Glide Cap – Part Number: 753-08170
Glide Cap
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PartSelect #: PS10009817
Manufacturer #: 753-08170
$3.97
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Boom Assembly, Lower – Part Number: 753-08164
Boom Assembly, Lower
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PartSelect #: PS10009815
Manufacturer #: 753-08164
$19.73
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Fuel Tank Assembly – Part Number: 753-06250
Fuel Tank Assembly
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PartSelect #: PS9118306
Manufacturer #: 753-06250
$18.80
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Clutch Assembly, Small – Part Number: 753-05860
Clutch Assembly, Small
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PartSelect #: PS9303676
Manufacturer #: 753-05860
$21.99
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Air Cleaner Gasket – Part Number: 753-06253
Air Cleaner Gasket
PartSelect #: PS10009619
Manufacturer #: 753-06253
$2.99
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Switch – Part Number: 791-182405
Switch
PartSelect #: PS10014381
Manufacturer #: 791-182405
This Switch is a black, plastic on/off switch for a trimmer. Installation of this manufacturer-certified switch is rated as "Easy" and requires a screwdriver, wrench set and socket set. Refer to your ...
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Anti-Rotation Screw – Part Number: 791-182519
Anti-Rotation Screw
PartSelect #: PS10014468
Manufacturer #: 791-182519
$4.26
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Lower Flexible Drive Shaft – Part Number: 753-05267
Lower Flexible Drive Shaft
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PartSelect #: PS9456878
Manufacturer #: 753-05267
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Carburetor O-Ring – Part Number: 753-06185
Carburetor O-Ring
PartSelect #: PS10009589
Manufacturer #: 753-06185
$2.99
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Throttle Housing & Trigger Assembly – Part Number: 753-04234
Throttle Housing & Trigger Assembly
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PartSelect #: PS10009073
Manufacturer #: 753-04234
$18.20
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Carburetor replacement
Removed 2 screws securing the air cleaner and carburetor to the engine using a T25 Torx driver. then removed the throttle cable from the carb.Then removed the o ring gasket from the engine and replaced with a new one and replaced the carb etc. Primed it and fired it up.Runs just like new.
Parts Used:
Carburetor O-Ring Carburetor
  • William from PALMETTO, FL
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    Less than 15 mins
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Trimmer Would Not Start
The replacement of the carburetor, O-ring, and gasket was simple. I removed 2 screws that held the air cleaner and carburetor in place, swapped them out, and replaced the screws. What took longest was finding a piece of fuel line after breaking one of them. It was brittle after hanging in my garage for several years. I found some in my garage and replaced it. It took a few pulls to get it started, but ran very smooth.

Additional information: rather than mixing my fuel, I purchased 40:1 pre-mix fuel to prevent gunking up the carburetor in the future. I use it in my other trimmer and have not had any issues.
Parts Used:
Air Cleaner Gasket Carburetor O-Ring Carburetor
  • Ricardo from FORT WORTH, TX
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
    Pliers, Screw drivers
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string trimmer would not start
emptied fuel from tank. pulled off the 2 fuel lines from the carburetor.opened the air cleaner door. removed the 2 torque screws that hold on the carburetor. removed the carburetor and air cleaner gasket. installed new carburetor and gasket and put back and tightened the 2 torque screws. closed air cleaner door and pushed the fuel lines onto the new carburetor.put some fuel in the tank. started the trimmer. runs great.
Parts Used:
Air Cleaner Gasket Carburetor
  • john from SHARPSVILLE, PA
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
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