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SST25CE ((Type 2)) Weed Eater Trimmer - Overview

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Fuel Pick-up Ass
Fuel Pick-up Ass'y.
PartSelect #: PS9971446
Manufacturer #: 530095646
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Trigger – Part Number: 530058000
PartSelect #: PS9969962
Manufacturer #: 530058000
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Cap, Fixed Line – Part Number: 545202501
Cap, Fixed Line
PartSelect #: PS9977432
Manufacturer #: 545202501
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Cover, Air Box – Part Number: 576694401
Cover, Air Box
PartSelect #: PS9981578
Manufacturer #: 576694401
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Assembly-Muffler/Shield – Part Number: 545227901
PartSelect #: PS9977460
Manufacturer #: 545227901
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Screw – Part Number: 530016224
PartSelect #: PS9967585
Manufacturer #: 530016224
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Screw-Ignition Module – Part Number: 530016357
Screw-Ignition Module
PartSelect #: PS9967623
Manufacturer #: 530016357
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Throttle Hsg. (Right) – Part Number: 530057582
Throttle Hsg. (Right)
PartSelect #: PS9969904
Manufacturer #: 530057582
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Screw-Line Limiter – Part Number: 530015880
Screw-Line Limiter
PartSelect #: PS9967438
Manufacturer #: 530015880
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Kit D Shaft Lower Shaft Kit – Part Number: 545008068
Kit D Shaft Lower Shaft Kit
PartSelect #: PS9976862
Manufacturer #: 545008068
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Assembly.-Fan Hsg – Part Number: 530058600
Assembly.-Fan Hsg
PartSelect #: PS9969974
Manufacturer #: 530058600
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Air Box – Part Number: 530057585
Air Box
PartSelect #: PS9969906
Manufacturer #: 530057585
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Clogged muffler
Remove the 4 screws holding the rear motor casing. Then you can take the easy route and drill through the front motor housing with a 3/8 to 1/2 bit in order to access the front muffler screw. If you want to work harder you must remove the motor from the shaft, remove the clutch assembly (this requires a long 15t torx bit, removing the spark plug to stuff the piston with rope or rag to seize up the piston, and then removing the front motor casing to access the front muffler screw). Once you access both muffler screws remove them with the t20 torx driver. Install the new muffler with the small gasket inside the housing, and the larger gasket/heat shield between the muffler and the motor.
Parts Used:
  • Rosanne from BRIDGEWATER, VA
  • Difficulty Level:
    A Bit Difficult
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
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