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Air Purge Bulb

Part Number: 01183
HomeliteRyobiToro
Availability: 25+ in stock
Price: $7.87
Quantity:
Ships within 1 business day

*This part replaces obsolete part #: 300780001, PS06164, 300780002, 308088001 and UP04033.

Description:
This is an OEM replacement part,it is sold individually.
The purpose of the Air Purge Bulb is to purge all of the air from the carburetor.
It then brings fuel up through the fuel line in the tank into the carburetor.
Once the carburetor is full of fuel the Bulb will force the excess fuel back into the tank through the fuel return line.

Over time the bulb will loose it elasticity or begin to crack, it will need to be replaced at this time.

Compatibility

This part is compatible with the following machines:

Ryobi
Homelite
HBC38 (UT-15077) String Trimmer
HBC40 (UT-15069) String Trimmer
UT08514 Yard Broom
UT-08542 Vac Attack II Blower
UT-08542-A Vac Attack II Blower
UT-08542-B Vac Attack II Blower
UT10540 14 In. 35cc Chainsaw
UT-08544 Vac Attack II
UT-10848 Chainsaw
UT10517 Chainsaw
UT10518 Chainsaw
UT10520 Chainsaw
UT10560 16" Gas Chainsaw
UT10580 18" Gas Chainsaw
UT10514 33cc Chainsaw
UT10516 33cc Chainsaw
UT10947A Chainsaw
UT-08072 Backpacker II Blower
UT-08072A Backpacker II Blower
D3300 (UT10855) Chainsaw
UT-10803 Chainsaw
UT10519 46cc Chain Saw
UT10522 46CC Chain Saw
UT10526 46CC Chain Saw
UT08012 Yard Broom II Blower
UT08512 Yard Broom II Blower
UT08512A Yard Broom II Blower
UT08512B Yard Broom II Blower
51952 (260000001 and Up) Curved Shaft String Trimmer
UT10946D 45cc 20 In. Chainsaw
UT10927D 38cc 16 In. Chainsaw
UT10942D 45cc 18 In. Chainsaw
UT10549 14 In. 35cc Chainsaw
UT10569 16 In. 38cc Chainsaw
UT10589 18 In. 42cc Chainsaw
UT08042 Vac Attack II Blowers
UT08572 Backpacker II Blower
UT08572A Backpacker II Blower
UT08947 Vac Attack II
UT10542 14 in. 35cc Chain Saw
UT10562 16 in. 38cc Chain Saw
UT10582 18 in. 42cc Chain Saw
UT10550 45cc 18 Inch Chain Saw
UT10552 18 Inch 46cc Chain Saw
UT10640 14 Inch 42cc Chain Saw
UT10660 16 Inch 42cc Chain Saw
UT10680 18 Inch 42cc Chain Saw
UT10781 Z3800 Chain Saw
UT10785 Z3800c Chain Saw
UT10868 (I3350B) 33cc Chainsaw
UT10878 (BCS35) 33cc Chainsaw
UT10861 (D3850B) 38cc Chainsaw
UT10886 (D3850B) 38cc Chainsaw
UT10865 (D3850BC) 38cc Chainsaw
UT10866 (D3850BC) 38cc Chainsaw
UT10887 (D3850BC) 38cc Chainsaw
UT10846 (23AV) 38cc Chainsaw
UT10884 (23AV) 38cc Chainsaw
UT10856 (23AVW/CC) 38cc Chainsaw
UT10858 (23AVW/CC) 38cc Chainsaw
UT10885 (23AVW/CC) 38cc Chainsaw
UT10888 (23AVW/CC) 38cc Chainsaw
UT10869 (I3850B) 38cc Chainsaw
UT10867 (I4150B) 45cc Chainsaw
UT10860 (D4550B) 45cc Chainsaw
UT10864 (D4550BC) 45cc Chainsaw
UT10862 (I4550B) 45cc Chainsaw
UT10859 (27AV) 45cc Chainsaw
UT10863 (27AVW/CC) 45cc Chainsaw
UT10874 (27AVW/CC) 45cc Chainsaw
UT10847 (20) 33cc Chainsaw
UT10941 (B2216CC) 33cc Chainsaw
UT10881 (20) 33cc Chainsaw
UT10853 (20w/CC) 33cc Chainsaw
UT10883 (20w/CC) 33cc Chainsaw
UT10870 (23w/CC) 38cc Chainsaw
UT10901 33cc Chainsaw
UT10880 (D3300) 33cc Chainsaw
UT10857 (D3300C) 33cc Chainsaw
UT10882 (D3300C) 33cc Chainsaw
UT10854 (PS33) 33cc Chainsaw
UT10901B 33cc 14" Chainsaw
UT10927 38cc 16" Chainsaw
UT10927A 38cc 16" Chainsaw
UT10946 45cc 18" Chainsaw
UT10946A 45cc 18" Chainsaw
UT10942A 45cc 20" Chainsaw
UT10947 33cc 16" Chainsaw
UT10947D 33cc 16" Chainsaw
UT10947E 33cc 16" Chainsaw
UT74121B 33cc 14 Inch Chain Saw
UT74121D 33cc 14 Inch Chain Saw
UT74123B 38cc 16 Inch Chain Saw
UT74125B 45cc 18 Inch Chain Saw
UT74123D 38cc 16 Inch Chain Saw
UT74125D 45cc 18 Inch Chain Saw
UT74127D 45cc 20 Inch Chain Saw
UT10901A 33cc-14" Chainsaw
UT10926 (Ranger) 33cc-16" Chainsaw
UT10910 (Timberman) 45cc-18" Chainsaw
UT-10817 Chain Saw
UT10530A 33cc - 16 Inch Chainsaw
UT22089 Tiller
UT10918 18 Inch 42cc Chainsaw
UT-08546 Vac Attack II
UT10786 Z3300c Chain Saw
UT-10711-C CS50 Chainsaw
UT-10687 300 Chainsaw
UT-10687-B 300 Chainsaw
UT-10687-C 300 Chainsaw
UT-10687-D 300 Chainsaw
UT-10687-E 300 Chainsaw
UT-10829 Chainsaw
Toro

Repair Stories
1 of 1 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Chain Saw
Parts Used:
Air Purge Bulb - 01183
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
Less than 15 minutes
Tools Used:
Pliers, Needle Nose Pliers
Outside of air purge bulb came off
Removed carburetor/air filter cover. Squeezed tabs on inside of air purge bulb and slid outside to access fuel lines. Removed one fuel line from old purge bulb with needle nose and installed on identical position on new purge bulb. Removed second fuel line from old purge bulb and installed on new bulb. Discarded old bulb. Squeezed tabs on new purge bulb and snapped into place. Tested new purge bulb function and checked for leaks. Reinstalled carburetor/air filter cover and test ran Chainsaw
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Tool Type:
Chain Saw
Parts Used:
Air Purge Bulb - 01183
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
Less than 15 minutes
Tools Used:
, Torx driver
air purge bulb cracked, had to be replaced
Removed the top cover. I was able to use a small screwdriver to release the locking clip of the purge bulb unit and slide it out. Swapped the 2 fuel lines to the new bulb (push on) and slipped back into place and replaced cover. Very easy.
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Tool Type:
Trimmer
Parts Used:
Screw (M4 X 1.75 X 16 Pan Hd.) - 660734001
Screw (10-24 X 3/4 In. Pan Hd. Torx) - 984812001
Air Filter - 5687301
Throttle Cable Clip - 638133002
Air Purge Bulb - 01183
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Cutting tip torch cleaning wires.
Trimmer in storage for five years. Had to replace gas lines, primmer bulb, rusted screws and clean carb.
Tear down carb
Clean all orfices
Replace gas lines
Replace rusted screws
Replace air filter
Install new primer bulb
New gas
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Tool Type:
Chain Saw
Parts Used:
Fuel Filter - 300759005
Air Purge Bulb - 01183
Primer Bulb Inlet Tube 73 Mm - 570259048
Fuel Line Inlet 205 Mm - 570259055
Fuel Line 105 Mm - 570259045
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
1-2 hours
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers, Power Drill
Deteriorating fuel lines and cracked primer bulb
Remove and replace each fuel line one at a time so you don't confuse where each line goes. It helps to cut the end of the line at an angle to make it easier to push into the tank. I also replaced the fuel filter. Snap the primer bulb out of the housing and snap the new one in. Again make sure you get the lines mounted to the correct locations on the primer.
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1469837
Question: Homelite Blower Vac

1469837

There are 2 small hoses that go from the primer button to the gas tank. Are they availalble?
WJA
Reply: Homelite Blower Vac

WJA

Hello 1469837,

Could you post the model number of your Homelite Blower Vac? That would help us answer your question.

-WJA
1144663
Question: Primer Bulb

pepq105

Doesn't someone make a replacement Primer Bulb for this thing?
The part is removeable but there is no way I'm buying a new carb.
WJA
Reply: Primer Bulb

WJA

Hello 1144663,

Try ordering part number, 01183 air purge bulb. Item number 28 on the parts diagram.

-WJA
pepq105
Reply: Primer Bulb

pepq105

Item #28 on the diagram is a screw?
WJA
Reply: Primer Bulb

WJA

Hello pepq105,

I apologize, the part number 01183 is on page 2, item number 28 on the parts diagram for the model number Ryobi SS30 (RY30043) and on Ryobi SS30 (RY30040) . For the rest of the models if you look at part number 561635001 primer. It should work for those carburetors

-WJA
EngineRepair
Reply: Primer Bulb

EngineRepair

YES!!!! Home Depot has a Ryobi replacement fuel line kit which also has the primer bulb within. I purchased on this morning for $6 and change.




QUOTE=pepq105;75978>Doesn't someone make a replacement Primer Bulb for this thing?
The part is removeable but there is no way I'm buying a new carb."
kgeehan
Question: Videos

kgeehan

Your videos are great. I was told by a repair shop that my chainsaw needed a new carborator. Thanks to your carborator video, I disassembled ang checked my chainsaw carborator. There is nothing wrong with it. The air purge bulb is leaking. I placed an order with ereplacement parts for a new one. Thanks
Product Information
Manufacturer: Homelite, Ryobi, Ryobi, Toro
Category Number: 01183
Classification: Part
Weight: 0.01 lbs.
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