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12-14-15, 12:56 PM   #1  
Husqvarna Mondo weed wacker

Hi All, I just inherited a Husqvarna weed wacker however I need help,the gas lines have all deteriorated to the point I don't know which one goes where,another thing is what is the best practice to get the new lines into the tank and attached to the filter, what size are the lines one seems to larger?

 
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12-14-15, 05:55 PM   #2  
Look up Dony Boy on you tube and search his channel he has some good ones on the fuel lines !

 
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12-15-15, 02:21 AM   #3  
The small line goes to the bottom of the tank with the filter on it and to the fitting on the carb that goes to the inlet needle inside. The other line is larger and goes from the carb goes to the suction side of the primer if remote or back to the tank if the primer is mounted to the carb. If it has a remote primer, the pressure side of the primer goes to the larger hose and returns to the tank. 3/16" and 9/64" I believe are the sizes. I cut the ends of the lines at a sharp angle to help them get started into the holes in the tank. Leave the one with a filter on it long enough to reach all the way to the end of the tank.


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12-15-15, 04:55 AM   #4  
Thanks Cheese, I actually just found a U tube video that explains the whole operation so hopefully I can figure out from that.

 
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12-15-15, 05:57 AM   #5  
Fuel Lines

I use this tool to fish the lines into and out of the tank:

10-1/2 in. Jumbo Curved Clamp Pliers

 
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12-15-15, 05:43 PM   #6  
I use curved hemostats, they work well too.


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12-16-15, 11:36 AM   #7  
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I use curved hemostats, they work well too.
Yeah, I think someone at HF did not know how to spell "hemostat".

 
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12-16-15, 09:05 PM   #8  
Lol, I guess not. I didn't click the link when I posted thatbecause I assumed it was some kind of pliers like it said. I just looked and I see what you mean!


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12-19-15, 11:42 AM   #9  
Fuel lines

OK, I managed to get the fuel lines with little problem,however it run for long,after I hit the primer bulb it may run for about 30 seconds then dies,Walboro carb,if I had the fuel line reversed would it even start?the lines were all rotted out when I took I apart but I believe I have them right,it shoud be sucking gas through the carb I believe when the primer bulb is squeezed.

 
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12-19-15, 11:46 AM   #10  
Here's a fuel line routing from recently Geo, if you're not sure> http://www.doityourself.com/forum/ou...t=#post2483070

 
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