Introduction

This guide to replace all the fuel lines, grommet, fuel filter, ventilator, purge bulb and gas cap vent gasket. All of these parts come in a Echo Fuel Line Repower Kit.

Image 1/2: Twist knob on air filter counter clockwise and remove. Image 2/2: Twist knob on air filter counter clockwise and remove.
  • Make sure to empty any gas in the tank into an appropriate container before beginning to work on equipment.

  • Twist knob on air filter counter clockwise and remove.

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Image 1/3: After lines are disconnected, pry grommet from the gas tank. This can be done with a flat head screwdriver as shown or a pair of plyers. Image 2/3: After lines are disconnected, pry grommet from the gas tank. This can be done with a flat head screwdriver as shown or a pair of plyers. Image 3/3: After lines are disconnected, pry grommet from the gas tank. This can be done with a flat head screwdriver as shown or a pair of plyers.
  • Disconnect fuel lines from carburetor buy pulling firmly.

  • After lines are disconnected, pry grommet from the gas tank. This can be done with a flat head screwdriver as shown or a pair of plyers.

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Image 1/3: Insert the fuel filter through small hole in the gas tank. Image 2/3: Use fingers to reset grommet into the fuel tank. It can be tough but it will squeeze in with enough effort. Image 3/3: Use fingers to reset grommet into the fuel tank. It can be tough but it will squeeze in with enough effort.
  • It is going to be a tight fight so a little oil or grease on the grommet will help it to slide in a little easier.

  • Insert the fuel filter through small hole in the gas tank.

  • Use fingers to reset grommet into the fuel tank. It can be tough but it will squeeze in with enough effort.

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Image 1/3: Attach the yellow line firmly to the outer hose attachment. Image 2/3: The black hose with the white attachment slides right into the area circled in the picture. Image 3/3: The black hose with the white attachment slides right into the area circled in the picture.
  • Attach the black line firmly to the hose attachment towards the inside.

  • Attach the yellow line firmly to the outer hose attachment.

  • The black hose with the white attachment slides right into the area circled in the picture.

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Image 1/3: The pictures show the airfilter housing removed. This is not necessary or recommended and only done to take better pictures. Image 2/3: Remove the four screws holding on the old purge bulb by turning counter clockwise. Image 3/3: Remove plate holding on purge bulb.
  • Loosen the two screws holding on the carburetor with a stardrive bit turning it counter clockwise.

  • The pictures show the airfilter housing removed. This is not necessary or recommended and only done to take better pictures.

  • Remove the four screws holding on the old purge bulb by turning counter clockwise.

  • Remove plate holding on purge bulb.

  • Old purge bulb should come right out and replace it with the new.

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Image 1/2: Pry old gasket out with screw driver or needle nose plyers. Image 2/2: Replace with new gasket using fingers to position it.
  • Unscrew and remove gas cap. The plastic piece bends that keeps it attached and will pull out of tank.

  • Pry old gasket out with screw driver or needle nose plyers.

  • Replace with new gasket using fingers to position it.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Thank you so much!!! Helped me a lot!

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