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Echo SRM-261T (06001001 - 06999999) Straight Shaft Trimmer / Brushcutter Parts
How to Test a Small Engine for Spark
If your small engine isn't starting, you'll need to diagnose many issues including the spark plug. This video walks you through the steps of how to test for a spark using a spark tester.
Quick Fix: How to Clean a Spark Arrestor Screen on a Small 2-Cycle Engine
This repair article will instruct you how to repair a dirty or damaged spark arrestor on your small engine.
How to Replace the Drive Shaft on a String Trimmer
Learn how to properly replace the drive shaft on your string trimmer in less than 30 minutes.
Quick Fix: How to Replace the Spark Plug in a Small Engine
This article will help you replace the spark plug on a small engine which will help get your gas powered equipment up and running again.
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Question: Gas Lines
I have a echo weed wacker srm261t and I am
replaceing the gas lines.theres 2 lines going to the carb and they are rite next two each other.Im not sure were the yellow vent return hose should go and the black fuel hose.if I am looking at the side of the carb does the black hose go on the back port or the front port.rite now I have the yellow hose on first and the black hose behind it.I switched them around and it still wont stay started .could you help thanks mac 215-539-1916
Reply: Gas Lines
We have prepared an article and video on How to Replace Fuel Lines on 2-Cycle Engines. I hope this will help you with your repair.
Question: Trimmer Lost Power
my trimmer is just not running as efficiently as it has in the past. It feels as if it is at 75% power. I plan on checking the compression this week. My question is this: if I have to replace the piston and rings, how complicated of the job is that? I believe that I am better than average at mechanical understanding and have an average accessibility to tools. Will I need special tools and should I take this to a repair shop instead of attempting it myself?