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07-13-02, 12:51 PM   #1  
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string trimmer gas lines

can anyone tell me how to replace the gas lines on my weedwacker...its an idc.. and the manual i have says they are in chandler az...but unable to contact them on their 800 number...anyway i replaced the primer but the gas lines broke,so bought some new gas line too.....they just push on at the bottom of the primer...but i can*t figure out how you hook them into the gas tank...thanks for any help

 
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07-13-02, 09:07 PM   #2  
Hello: pakeha

You may not have to call the company to obtain the parts. Check your local phone book for a small engine and or lawn mower repair store near you.

Most shops carry an assortment of parts for almost any brand of trimmer. If the store does not carry the exact part, the shop owner either can obtain the part or parts for you or provide you with the information required to contact the company.

Potential sources for manuals and or parts:

BILLIOU'S 1-209-784-4102

L.S.THORPE CO. INC. 1-617-776-2445

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07-14-02, 08:16 PM   #3  
They probably push through the gas tank. (squeeze them through the holes) There will ba a filter in the tank that goes on the supply line. You will have to feed the line all the way out through the fill neck to reconnect the filter.


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07-15-02, 10:06 AM   #4  
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thanks i*ll try that

 
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