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Fl20 weedeater Fuel line replacement


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07-14-11, 08:29 AM   #1  
Fl20 weedeater Fuel line replacement

After digging out my parents old weedeater to do some edge trimming i discovered that not only wasn't it drained of its remaining gas, but the fuel line seems to have a small hole in it (when priming it some bubbles start to form on the exterior). How do i or where can i find a manual that actually tells me how to fix it myself? Taking it to a repairshop is my last resort because they charge an arm and a leg, and I'd rather try to fix this one myself before going out and buying a new one.

 
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07-14-11, 09:40 AM   #2  
You must replace the fuel lines, draw a diagram or take a picture of the routing before you remove the old ones, you can buy a fuel line kit at your local small engine shop, cut the new lines at a extreme angle then feed the point through and pull them with some pliers. Have a good one. Geo

 
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