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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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Entry Date:2013-10-22 15:19:39
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Gas lines had deteriorated and unable to get gas to carb.. Replaced lines and filter on 1st order still had same problem. Replaced carb. on 2nd order after finding holes in diphragm inside carb.
Weed Eater would not run except on full choke. Replaced all fuel lines and filter. Problem still existed. Ordered new carb. with help from service Tech to determine correct item. Repair part was rec\'d as promised and installed the same day with minimum tools and effort. Glad to say the Weed Eater is back in service and being put to good use. Take care to make sure the gasket between carb and intake is correctly positioned and is not crimped or damaged!!!!
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Question: Poulan Pro PP125 Attachments
I recently bought a PP125 weedeater and a couple of attachments. I was using the lawnedger and wanted to switch to the string attachment. After I removed the edger I was no longer able to attach any of my accessories. None of them will go on far enough for the button to go into the hole. About a 1/4 inch away. Any suggestions?