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A-1Assy - Muffler
Part #: 525592801
In stock
3 available
 $21.26
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A-2
Screw
Part #: 530015241
Ships in 5 - 8 business days
 $1.17
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A-3Kit - Spark Screen
Part #: 545081845
In stock
2 available
 $4.30
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A-4Bolt-Muffler
Part #: 530058982
In stock
5 available
 $1.23
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A-5Gasket Kit
Part #: 545081832
In stock
15 available
 $11.65
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A-6Cylinder
Part #: 545115301
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4 available
 $40.28
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A-7Screw-Cylinder
Part #: 530015953
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18 available
 $2.99
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A-8Spark Plug (RCJ6Y)
Part #: 952030249
In stock
24 available
 $4.50
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A-9Adapter - Carb. Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 545084901
Discontinued
N/A
A-10Screw
Part #: 530016441
In stock
2 available
 $0.99
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A-11Linkage - Throttle
Part #: 545115501
In stock
1 available
 $2.64
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A-12Kit - Carb. Assy (Wt847)
Part #: 545081831
In stock
11 available
 $28.49
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A-13Lever- Choke, Gold
Part #: 545157102
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2 available
 $7.40
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A-13Lever- Choke, Red
Part #: 545157103
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1 available
 $6.16
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A-14Base - Airbox
Part #: 545112603
In stock
2 available
 $7.70
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A-15Screw
Part #: 530016429
In stock
9 available
 $2.99
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A-16Filter
Part #: 545116801
In stock
14 available
 $3.99
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A-17Cover - Air Box Filter
Part #: 545112702
In stock
3 available
 $5.06
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A-18Bulb - Purge Walbro
Part #: 188-16-1
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
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A-19Gasket Kit
Part #: 545081832
In stock
15 available
 $11.65
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A-20Gasket Kit
Part #: 545081832
In stock
15 available
 $11.65
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A-21Kit - Piston / Connecting Rod X
Part #: 545081864
In stock
16 available
 $32.56
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A-22Ring-Piston
Part #: 545154009
In stock
24 available
 $3.99
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A-23Wrist Pin Retainer
Part #: 530015162
In stock
2 available
 $1.00
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A-24Kit - Assy. Connecting Rod
Part #: 545156002
In stock
2 available
 $14.60
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A-25Kit Module W/O Interrupt
Part #: 545081826
In stock
16 available
 $30.68
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A-26Screw-Ignition Module
Part #: 530016357
In stock
6 available
 $0.99
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A-27Assy - Wire Harness
Part #: 545127601
Backorder:
Unavailable until 07/22/2015
 $5.56
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A-28Gasket Kit
Part #: 545081832
In stock
15 available
 $11.65
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A-29Washer
Part #: 530015828
In stock
2 available
 $3.99
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A-30Assembly - Flywheel
Part #: 545221701
In stock
6 available
 $7.98
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A-31Retaining Ring
Part #: 530015941
In stock
2 available
 $0.99
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A-32Outer Bearing
Part #: 530055728
In stock
1 available
 $6.20
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A-33Seal - C'Case
Part #: 530019264
In stock
2 available
 $2.47
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A-34Inner Bearing
Part #: 530032125
In stock
2 available
 $7.78
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A-35Assy-Crankcase
Part #: 530012582
In stock
1 available
 $18.33
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A-36Assy - Crankcase and Crankshaft
Part #: 545102102
In stock
2 available
 $26.43
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A-37Gasket Kit
Part #: 545081832
In stock
15 available
 $11.65
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A-38Assembly - Plug
Part #: 530057954
Backorder:
Unavailable until 07/14/2015
 $3.57
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A-39Screw
Part #: 530016386
In stock
11 available
 $5.07
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A-40Gasket Kit
Part #: 545081832
In stock
15 available
 $11.65
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Broken Part
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Time Spent Repairing:
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Entry Date:2013-10-14 12:23:41
23 of 50 customers found these instructions helpful
Ignition Module was pulled off spark plug, instead of twisted by home owner. No fire and did not make good connection. Piston ring froze to piston, no compression. Replaced carburetor.
Used Metric tool set with Hex and Allen sockets with socket screw driver to remove cover. Screws are set in about 2 inches deep. Had to use vise grip pliers to hold impeller bolt while using a wrench to loosen nut holding the impeller on. Then the engine comes out after you disconnect the ignition wires. Removed carburetor and ignition module. To remove one of the bolts holding the head on the engine I had to cut off 1/4 in off the ring on a allen wrench that comes in a fold up set to have the length to reach the bolt.Used vise grip pliers on allen wrench to loosen and tighten these head bolts. Used a small jewelers screw driver to remove the 545154009 piston ring and to clean out carbon build up. Slid new ring on piston. Squeezed ring on piston with fingers and pushed into head. Re-installed head with new gasket. Poured a little 2 stroke oil on bottom of piston rod to help break in the new ring. Installed new carburetor. When installing ignition module the original screws stripped. Had to buy 1/4 longer screws to catch the threads. Used business card for air gap on ignition module. Connected ignition wires, placed engine back in cover, screwed on impeller, placed top half of cover back on, screwed together. Put gas in...started 2nd pull.
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hrobert6148
Question: Discontinued Blower Tubes

hrobert6148

Are there any compatible blower tubes to replace the discontinued ones for the BVM200VS?
primerbulb120
Reply: Discontinued Blower Tubes

primerbulb120

link removed has the tubes.
fourtimelooser
Question: Blower

fourtimelooser

I have bought four of these blowers and after about a year they will not crank. Took the first one to a repair shop and he ran a compression test and deemed the blower unfixable. being curious I took it apart. The piston ring was frozen tight on the piston, so much ai had to break it to remove it. The groove was filled with carbon scale. I cleaned it out and installed a new ring for about two bucks. A bit of trouble but the rest of the blower looked brand new. After reassembling the blower started as good as brand new.
All of the blowers I have bought of the bvm200vs model has done the same thing what is the problem that caused the rings to stick
1162193
Question: Poulan200vs Blower

Frank1010

Need to replace the 2 tubes that insert into the gas tank. One appears larger than the other. What parts or kits do I need .?
WJA
Reply: Poulan200vs Blower

WJA

Hello 1162193,

The fuel line you will want to replace are part numbers 530069216 and 530069247. And while you are at it you migth as well replace the 530095646 fuel filter.

-WJA
jdwelch123
Question: Ignition Adjustment?

jdwelch123

Both of my BVM200VS blowers have died. Won't even attempt to start. Spark tester shows an Orange glow rather than bright light. Even starter fluid won't get a cough out of them with new gapped plugs. Bought both at the same time. One died a year ago. 2nd one this spring. Already disassembled and cleaned the carbs per video. Ideas? Thanks!
WJA
Reply: Ignition Adjustment?

WJA

Hello jdwelch123,

You might check the gap between the flywheel and ignition module. It should be .014

-WJA
jdwelch123
Reply: Ignition Adjustment?

jdwelch123

Thank-you! I cleaned out the carburetor, disassembled the whole thing to clean out the gunk, varnish, and carbon. Reassembled and set the magneto clearance. Started hard the first time. 3 pulls each time since, like new. Good for another 2 years at least. Lesson-learned about using cheap 2-cycle oil. This poor little thing was loaded up with so much carbon that the piston rings were completely caked in place. All the best!
fourtimelooser
Reply: Ignition Adjustment?

fourtimelooser

I have bought four of these blowers and after about a year they will not crank. Took the first one to a repair shop and he ran a compression test and deemed the blower unfixable. being curious I took it apart. The piston ring was frozen tight on the piston, so much ai had to break it to remove it. The groove was filled with carbon scale. I cleaned it out and installed a new ring for about two bucks. A bit of trouble but the rest of the blower looked brand new. After reassembling the blower started as good as brand new.
All of the blowers I have bought of the bvm200vs model has done the same thing what is the problem that caused the rings to stick
How does one tell? I've not been able to distinguish.

Thanks,
DW
CCarr
Question: Kill Switch

CCarr

Is part #545128201 the kill switch or just the cover?
I need the switch.
WJA
Reply: Kill Switch

WJA

Hello CCarr,

The part number 545128201 is the switch cover. If you want the switch and cover you will need to order Craftsman part number 545081830. For some reason Poulan no longer supplies this part.

-WJA
1077679
Question: Ignition Module

1077679

Poulan Pro blower, BVM 200 VS. Has no spark have replaced spark plug with no change. do the ignition modules go out very often on this model engine?
WJA
Reply: Ignition Module

WJA

Hello 1077679,

Ignition modules really don't have a history of going bad that often. But they will. That's why we offer them to you. It sounds like it is time to replace yours.

-WJA
billboy
Question: Poulan Blower

billboy

Does ethanol have a tendency to make cranking a difficulty?
1209030
Reply: Poulan Blower

1209030

Yes - ethanol is nasty crap that dries out fuel lines and gaskets. It also reduces fuel efficiency. Between that and EPA emission standards (carb's set too lean), engines are harder to start, and will run ruff at an idol. Some need to be set at half choke to run at full throttle.
primerbulb120
Reply: Poulan Blower

primerbulb120

I have a BVM200VS that cranks just fine with ethanol gas. If you are having starting issues, you may be trying to start it the wrong way. Here is the starting procedure that I use:

1. Set the choke to "Full Choke"
2. Pull the starter rope three times without holding down the throttle (I put one foot through the handle and pull with both hands)
3. Set the choke to "Half Choke"
4. Pull the starter rope until the blower starts (1-3 pulls)
5. Hold the throttle down while changing the choke from "Half Choke" to "Full Choke"

Once my BVM200VS would not start even with starting fluid. The problem was a clogged muffler- I cleaned the muffler and it ran fine. You may have a partially clogged muffler or carburetor that is causing hard starts.
ShotOut
Reply: Poulan Blower

ShotOut

Primerbulb One thing all small engine users need to realize...is WHAT ethanol is and WHAT it does! What it is...is a form of alcohol...what it DOES is attract moisture; and lots of it. Moisture is not acceptable in ANY part of a small engines fuel system and tends to corrode many parts it comes in contact with. I beg to differ with you somewhat on ethanol. It is NOT needed in our gas, nor is it WANTED by most users to be in our gas.
primerbulb120
Reply: Poulan Blower

primerbulb120

I don't like ethanol either, but I try to keep my machines running well with it all the same. And whether ethanol is good or bad, my blower still starts fine with it, although I am not sure if it will KEEP starting as good as it does in years to come.
1033100
Question: Kit Rope

1033100

how hard is it to replace the rope on the Poulan Gas blower
992737
Question: BVM200VS Metal? Impeller

992737

I would like to suck up maple tree gumballs. My Poulan BVM200VS impeller doesn't appreciate them and started to eat the blades up. Do they make a metal impeller or some type of by-pass bag to drop the gumballs before they hit the impeller?
jdutton
Question: Trigger - Throttle

jdutton

please explain how to assemble kill switch
jdutton
Reply: Trigger - Throttle

jdutton

please explain how to assemble kill switch in poulan model 711923
LENNYC25
Question: BVM200 POULIN

LENNYC25

HOW DO I REPLACE PISTON
madmax327
Question: Included?

madmax327

Can you please tell me what is included in this kit? Is the piston included?
Rich
Question: Poulan BVM 200

Rich

I have Poulan BVM 200 VS blower, it has no compression. should I replace the rings and piston?
UtahAV
Reply: Poulan BVM 200

UtahAV

Hi Rich,

In addition to the piston and ring you would also need to replace the cylinder. The piston and ring are sold in a kit that also includes the connecting rod. The piston kit is part #545081864 and the cylinder is part #545115301.
Both parts are available from eReplacementParts.com.

Good luck!

-UtahAV
-Mark
C.W.
Question: Fuel Tube Replacement

C.W.

I have a blower (BVM200VS) and I'm trying to replace the fuel tube that has collapsed on it. How do you get the new fuel tube to thread through the hole in the fuel tank without damaging the tube or altering the hole?
justaguyintx
Reply: Fuel Tube Replacement

justaguyintx

I just replaced mine and it wasn't as difficult as I thought it would be. I just forced it into the hole and carefully pulled it thru with a pair of long nose pliers. Hope this helps.
1272602
Question: Carberator

1272602

I think I need to replace the carburetor on my Poulan Pro model #Bvm200vs 45201. The numbers on the carburetor don't match the replacement. On my carburetor : 1459 NT875A. Any thoughts on this?
primerbulb120
Reply: Carberator

primerbulb120

If the carb fits, try it.
lasted 4 months of home use---yes the proper oil gas mixture was correct--has compression but will not crank-new plug installed to no avail. worst blower I have owned. the cheap homelite blowers last much longer!
fancyboxy