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 Fig # Img Part Name Availability Price
A1Spark Plug
Part #: 870174001
In stock
25+ available
 $5.80
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A2Starting Label
Part #: 940967004
In stock
9 available
 $3.99
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A3Air Box Cover
Part #: 518096001
In stock
24 available
 $3.99
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A4Filter
Part #: 98760
In stock
25+ available
 $0.99
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A5Switch (Momentary Contact)
Part #: PS02764
In stock
11 available
 $3.99
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A7Fuel Cap 2" Dia.
Part #: 300758006
In stock
25+ available
 $6.86
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A8Logo Plate
Part #: 985157001
In stock
2 available
 $0.99
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A10Upper Boom Assembly (TP30) Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 000998355
Discontinued
N/A
A11Control Handle Assembly
Part #: 000998236
In stock
7 available
 $12.76
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A12Screw (10-14 x 1 in.)
Part #: 82589
In stock
12 available
 $1.99
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A14Trigger
Part #: PS06259
In stock
15 available
 $3.99
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A16Compression Spring
Part #: 678252001
In stock
10 available
 $3.99
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A17Throttle Cable Assembly
Part #: 308439001
In stock
8 available
 $4.86
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A18Hanger Shoulder Strap
Part #: UP06943
In stock
6 available
 $3.27
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A19Hex Nut (BC)
Part #: 81242
In stock
4 available
 $2.99
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Fig #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
A20Washer (BC)
Part #: 678013001
In stock
4 available
 $3.99
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A21Handle Bar Clamp
Part #: 099075001007
Note: Quantity of 2 needed for whole clamp
In stock
18 available
 $2.99
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A22Screw (BC)
Part #: 82496
In stock
6 available
 $3.99
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A23Bolt (1/4-20 X 1-1/2 In. Hex Hd.) (BC30)
Part #: 660643001
In stock
6 available
 $0.99
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A24"J" Handle And Grip (BC)
Part #: A08130
In stock
8 available
 $7.67
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A25Lock Washer (BC)
Part #: 83009
In stock
5 available
 $3.99
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A26Shoulder Strap (BC)
Part #: 308487001
In stock
5 available
 $13.45
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A27Hanger Cap
Part #: 099078001039
In stock
25+ available
 $0.99
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A28Screw (10 - 24 X 7/8)
Part #: 660616001
In stock
21 available
 $2.99
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A29Choke Label
Part #: 940330006
In stock
10 available
 $3.99
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A30Bolt (M5 X 30 mm Hex Hd.) (CS30 And SS30)
Part #: 660881001
Ships in 9 - 14 business days
 $0.99
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Operator's Manual Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 987000061
Discontinued
N/A

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1159335
Question: Carb

1159335

So if I order a new carb 308054031 will it need adjustments when installed. I suspect it will, do I need a "pac man" type tool to adjust or hopefully it will have adjustment screws?
felix
Reply: Carb

felix

you need to adjust screws. start @ 1.75 turns or more out from seat. I have found that a .223 brass casing bent with a V indented at the end can turn the screws while running engine.
WJA
Reply: Carb

WJA

Hello 1159335,

EPA Carburetors

Your machine has an "EPA" carburetor. Starting in 1997 The EPA placed requirements on how clean small engines are required to burn. As part of this restriction the carburetors are set at the factory. The carb then either has the adjustment ports capped or they use special adjustment screws so that the carb can only be adjusted by a tech trained in compliance with the EPA directives. The manufacture offers the special carb adjustment tools their authorized repair shops but not to the general public. The manufacture is liable to ensure that the equipment they sell complies with the EPA directive and therefore will typically not offer the adjustment tools for sale to the general public. You can learn more about the EPA emissions requirements for small engines at the following link...

http://www.epa.gov/otaq/consumer/f98025a.pdf

Before you adjust the carburetor you should determine why it needs adjustment first. A carb should only need adjustment when it is new and needs to be adjusted for altitude or after a carburetor rebuild has been performed. If a piece of equipment has been working fine and then starts acting up there will be more repair issues than a simple carb adjustment. The carburetor itself will not simply go out of adjustment. You will want to look at things like a tune up, a clogged carburetor, a plugged exhaust system, ignition problems, etc. Adjusting a carburetor requires some knowledge and experience with small engines. You can easily overheat and seize the engine if you are not familiar with the proper procedures. It is also a good idea to use an engine tachometer to be sure that you make the correct adjustments.

-WJA
So OK, the upper boom assembly (#10) got in the way of a large branch and got whacked. Bought the replacement part, but the "spring" (#15) sprung before I could see where it fits in the throttle housing and I can't figure it out now. Any good photos or descriptions available?? Thanks,
Ron
Question: Air Gap

Ron

What's the air gap setting for the Ryobi Model #Ry52502? Thanks
Tom
Question: Poor Running

Tom

My engine Starts and idles smoothly. When you accelerate it chokes and starts to die out. The carburetor was replaced under warranty and used about 5 times since then to trim branches. I ran it dry last fall and refilled it with fresh fuel mix. Now I have the same problem as before the carburetor was replaced.
John
Reply: Poor Running

John

Do you think this could be something as simple as a bad gasket on either side (or both) of the carburetor? I am having the same problem.
How can I remove the drum and connector from a Ryobi Gas Pruner RY53502 so that I can replace the spark wire?
Mark
Reply: Ryobi 52502 Drum & Connector

Mark

Hi Budd,

Removal of the clutch drum isn't too hard of a project at all if you know a few tricks first. We have prepared an article and video that will provide you with all of the information you will need to remove the clutch drum. You can find the article and video at the following link...

http://www.ereplacementparts.com/article/1771/How_to_Remove_a_Trimmer_Clutch.html

I hope this helps you with your repair!

-Mark
Donnie Morrow
Question: Tool

Donnie Morrow

Can I get a tool to adjust the carburetor?
Mark
Reply: Tool

Mark

Hi Donnie,

Your machine has an "EPA" carburetor. Starting in 1997 The EPA placed requirements on how clean small engines are required to burn. As part of this restriction the carburetors are set at the factory. The carb then either has the adjustment ports capped or they use special adjustment screws so that the carb can only be adjusted by a tech trained in compliance with the EPA directives. The manufacture offers the special carb adjustment tools their authorized repair shops but not to the general public. The manufacture is liable to ensure that the equipment they sell complies with the EPA directive and therefore will typically not offer the adjustment tools for sale to the general public. You can learn more about the EPA emissions requirements for small engines at the following link...

http://www.epa.gov/otaq/consumer/f98025a.pdf

Before you adjust the carburetor you should determine why it needs adjustment first. A carb should only need adjustment when it is new and needs to be adjusted for altitude or after a carburetor rebuild has been performed. If a piece of equipment has been working fine and then starts acting up there will be more repair issues than a simple carb adjustment. The carburetor itself will not simply go out of adjustment. You will want to look at things like a tune up, a clogged carburetor, a plugged exhaust system, ignition problems, etc. Adjusting a carburetor requires some knowledge and experience with small engines. You can easily overheat and seize the engine if you are not familiar with the proper procedures. It is also a good idea to use an engine tachometer to be sure that you make the correct adjustments.

I hope this helps!

-Mark
J4411
Reply: Tool

J4411

Turn the trimmer over, use a small flat screwdriver, and pry off the red and white plastic stop adjustment stops. You will find the adjustment screws have a slot in them. GENTLY turn the high and low screws in till seated. back each one out 1 (one) turn. This is a good starting point (as I found them set by the factory)for adjustment. Adjust as needed.
gary
Question: Carb Adjustments

gary

I need to know what the adjustment is on the carb.
jsanford50 at yahoo dot com
Review: Ryobi - RY52502 Ry52502
1 star
jsanford50 at yahoo dot com
The pruner extension on the power head is split on the bottom side and it's made of pot metal. It broke under its own weight after the second use.

Very poor design, no research on joints. Way to go engineers!
almend@gvtc.com
Review: Ryobi - RY52502
1 star
almend@gvtc.com
The Ryobi Pole pruner's (RY52502) shaft extension receiver is made of plastic???? !!!! It strip out during my first day's cutting. What are your engineers thinking? It should be make of hardened steel at least.
Gary Schwaegerle
Reply: Ryobi - RY52502

Gary Schwaegerle

I have a TP30 Model #RY52903 Pole Pruner I don't think I got 1-2 hours use out of it and the chain keeps slipping. There appears to be Positive Drive to the chain and the pole extension section - then when I try at the main motor it appears to be some slippage there. Any clues? a clutch slipping in main drive? Thanks, Gary Schwaegerle
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