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Need help reconnecting fuel lines

Had to replace all fuel lines on snapper s31sng trimmer/edger - need help making sure they're connected to the right place - do you have a drawing or schematic?

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  • mark a wells Jul 07, 2012

    Hello, I have a snapper s31 sng weed eater and need a diagram for reconnecting fuel lines, Can anyone direct me to the site that shows the pictures or a link to diagram that shows how the fuel lines reconnect. Thanks Mark Wells .. my email is mwells1464@hotmail.com

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One fuel line (the on with the filter in the end of it) comes out of the fuel tank and goes to the bottom fitting on the carburator. The other hose comes out of the tank and goes to the bottom fitting on the primer bulb. A third section of fuel line goes from the top fitting on the primer bulb to the top fitting on the carburator. Hope this helped and best wishes.

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NEED TO PUT NEW FUEL LINES ON SX-135 TRIMMER? NEED TO KNOW HOW LONG FOR EACH ONE & WHERE THEY GO?
ADJUSTING AFTER INSTALLED?

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