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Weed Eater FL20 Type 2 Gas Trimmer

 Weed Eater FL20 Type 2 Gas Trimmer Parts

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A51A545011004
Shroud - Rear
Shroud - Rear
Backorder:
No ETA.
$1.97
A800530057827
Choke Lever - Zama
Choke Lever - Zama
In stock
25+ available
$5.31
A801530058662
Choke Lever - Walbro
Choke Lever - Walbro
In stock
25+ available
$2.43
A802530058709
Bulb - Purge Zama
Bulb - Purge Zama
In stock
25+ available
$6.79
B1530057991
Assembly - Throttle Cable
Assembly - Throttle Cable
In stock
22 available
$8.79
B2530058000
Trigger
Trigger
In stock
25+ available
$3.00
B3530057582
Throttle Hsg. (Right)
Throttle Hsg. (Right)
Ships in 5 - 9 business days
$6.93
B4530015880
Screw-Line Limiter
Screw-Line Limiter
In stock
24 available
$0.59
B5530015821
Bolt-Handle/Shield
Bolt-Handle/Shield
Backorder:
No ETA.
$0.54
B6530071874
Assy - Drive Shaft Hsg.
Assy - Drive Shaft Hsg.
Ships in 5 - 9 business days
$23.19
B7530096275
Shaft - Flex
Shaft - Flex
In stock
4 available
$8.75
B8530057581
Throttle Hsg.
Throttle Hsg.
Ships in 5 - 9 business days
$6.93
B9530071747
Handle-Assist
Handle-Assist
Note: Incl. 5, 10
In stock
13 available
$7.70
B10530091373
Wingnut
Wingnut
In stock
25+ available
$0.67
B12530015957
Screw
Screw
Ships in 5 - 9 business days
$0.54
Fig #Part #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
B13530095563
Dust Cup
Dust Cup
In stock
12 available
$9.05
B14530015820
Bolt
Bolt
In stock
17 available
$0.85
B15530071772
Kit - Shield Assy
Kit - Shield Assy
Note: Incl. 11, 12, 14, 16
In stock
25+ available
$10.14
B16530091373
Wingnut
Wingnut
In stock
25+ available
$0.67
B17952701666
Accy-Cutting Head
Accy-Cutting Head
Note: Incl. 18 - 22
In stock
25+ available
$21.26
B18530095769
Assy-Hub
Assy-Hub
In stock
25+ available
$8.45
B19530401464
Spring
Spring
In stock
25+ available
$0.43
B20530401466
Clip Retainer
Clip Retainer
In stock
25+ available
$0.54
B21530401467
Plug-Cylinder Screw
Plug-Cylinder Screw Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
B22952711527
Spool w/Line
Spool w/Line
In stock
25+ available
$8.92

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puzzled
Question: Fuel Tank

puzzled

I have the same question as the beekeeper.
But I didn't see the answer. Does the fuel tank come assembled with the hoses and filter.
WJA
Reply: Fuel Tank

WJA

Hello puzzled,

You are right . the part number 545104103 does include the fuel lines,fuel filter and fuel cap.

Hope that helps,
-WJA
n0ukf
Question: Siezed Shaft Removal

n0ukf

I have a seized flex shaft on a FL20. How do I remove it to replace it? It won't move.
patrat777
Question: Carb

patrat777

I need a replacement diafram for my FL20 weedeater. any idea where to get one. Didn't find it on the parts list and don't want to buy a complete carb.
Baldeagle
Reply: Carb

Baldeagle

I think I have a same problem, it drip when it's running. It's located on the bottom section of the Carb. Metal cover with a small hole on the side, with four small screws to attached the cover. Need to know where can I get it. Will be waiting for someone answer.
WJA
Reply: Carb

WJA

Hello,

There is a kit available for the carburetor on your FL-20 trimmer that includes all the parts needed to rebuild it. It is part number, K24-WAT. While you have it apart, you may want to clean the carburetor also. We have prepared an article and video on How to Clean a 2 Cycle Engine Carburetor.

Hope this helps,
-WJA
northrngr
Question: Fuel Tank

northrngr

Have the same question as Beekeeper
940467
Question: WeedEater FL20 Type ???

tim229

I need to order a replacement drive shaft housing assembly, and this seems to be one of the few parts that actually is different between the Type 1 and Type 2 models.

I cannot tell which model I have, I bought it used and there are no (helpful) numbers I can find anywhere other than the 'FeatherLite FL20' sticker.

Does anyone know of an easy way to differentiate between the two models?

Even though I have a 50/50 chance, I hate to have to return the part and (double) pay shipping costs if I guess wrong, because as it stands now guessing is all I can do.
Caromoon
Reply: WeedEater FL20 Type ???

Caromoon

I just called their 800 # and they told me it is the last number after the dash in the serial #. They will also send you a manual or diagrams. 800-554-6723
chipstatts
Question: Bogging

chipstatts

my weed eater starts good ,but boggs like not enough power.it dies once in a while as im using it .any idea ???
Baldeagle
Reply: Bogging

Baldeagle

chipstatts, try adjusting the L screw counter clockwise quarter turn at a time. If that don't work, your spark arrestor could be plug with unburn carbon
sprocket
Question: Pulley

sprocket

I know that the screw on top of the pulley holds the rope down but how does it wind around the pulley. Does the rope feed through the hole on top or through the slot on the side of the pulley
UtahAV
Reply: Pulley

UtahAV

Hi Sprocket,

We have an article and video that explains how to repair a starter assembly. You can find it at the following link...

How to Fix the Starter on a Ryobi Trimmer

I hope this helps,

-UtahAV
-Mark
jkhogan
Question: Placing Dust Cup On Shaft

jkhogan

When the dust cup is screwed on the shaft,
which side faces the head, the bolt side or
the smooth side?
UtahAV
Reply: Placing Dust Cup On Shaft

UtahAV

Hi jkhogan,

The side with the flange faces the shaft.

I hope this helps,

-UtahAV
-Mark
Spunkydude
Question: Starter Spring

Spunkydude

HOw do you install a starter spring on a featherlight type 1 model # FL20?
UtahAV
Reply: Starter Spring

UtahAV

Hi Spunkydude,

We have an article and video that I think will help you to repair your starter. You can find it here...

How to Fix a Trimmer Starter.

I hope this helps,

-UtahAV
-Mark
811554
Question: No Fuel In Primer Bulb

811554

I am not getting fuel in the primer bulb. I have replaced the fuel lines, the fuel filter, the spark plug is new, I have completely rebuilt the carburetor. I am running out of options to try and would greatly appreciate some help from anybody that might be able to help with my problem.
WJA
Reply: No Fuel In Primer Bulb

WJA

Hello 811554,

I'm just taking a guess at this, but the fuel lines might have been hooked up incorrectly. Take a look this link How to Replace Fuel Lines on a 2 Cycle engine.

Hope this helps
-WJA
okiejoe100
Question: Carb Adjustment

okiejoe100

is there anyway of adjusting the carburator besides the idle speed adjustment?
ShotOut
Reply: Carb Adjustment

ShotOut

There is. Either by buying the tool for it on Ebay or by making your own (use automotive type 22 gauge wire connectors). Tap the wire connectors down over the heads of the L or H screw. The plastic will expand and then you can grip them and adjust them.
UtahAV
Reply: Carb Adjustment

UtahAV

Hi okiejoe100,

The best option is to take it to a repair shop and have them adjust it.
There are a couple of reasons I say this.

First, any carb from about the last 10 years will need special tools to make any adjustments due to EPA laws.

Second, modern 2-cycle engines are built to very tight tolerances and use very little oil in the fuel in order to burn clean enough for the EPA requirements. This makes the engines very sensitive to being adjusted lean. Running the engine for even a few seconds set too lean can cause serious engine damage. You really need a tachometer to properly adjust modern 2-cycle engines.

I hope this helps,

-UtahAV
-Mark
Baldeagle
Reply: Carb Adjustment

Baldeagle

Had the same problem not able to adjust the L and H screws. I took it out and cut a slots with a hack saw, so I can use a screw driver to make the adjustment.
Baldeagle
Reply: Carb Adjustment

Baldeagle

okiejoe, try removing the L and H adjusting screws, us a hack saw to cut the grove on the head so you can use a slotted screw driver to adjust L and H screws. Try to count the counter clockwise turn when removing the screws on H and L. So it would be easier when putting the screws back. If you got a tremlin tool, you can cut the slots on the screws without taking it out. Good luck
1200914
Reply: Carb Adjustment

1200914

There is a way to adjust the Air Screws. You must purchase the tool. I purchased mine from a Lawn Mower Repair Shop. The Setting For each screw is 1 1/4 turn counter clockwise.
beekeeper
Question: Fuel Tank

beekeeper

My question is similar to charlie cole's. The fuel lines outside the tank, and fuel fuel lines and suction assembly inside the tank disconnected. Does the suction assembly come assembled inside the new tank? Also, do I have to get new hoses to hook up to the primer bulb?
Don F.
Question: No Gas

Don F.

I can't seem to get gas into the carb. I see gas going in both lines when I pump the bulb, choke full on, I've changed plugs (new), if I put a little gas directly into the carb it will run till it's gone. I think it will go if I can get gas to the carb. Any suggestions?
Don
Question: Not Getting Gas To Carb

Don

Pumping the primer bulb a few times, but doesn't seem too get any gas into the carb, even with the choke on full. I can see gas pumping on both fuel lines; what can I do?? Thanks for your time.
scott
Question: Blade Attachments?

scott

Blade attachments--are there any?
adam
Question: Carb Problem

adam

I just received my feather lite weed eater. When I went to start it, the only way that it would run is to have the choke on. It dies as soon as I move it away from choke. The adjustment screws are very hard to turn the only way I could turn them is with needle nose pliers. My question is, can I purchase a tool to make this adjustment easier? Note this is not my first featherlite weed eater; I have had one for over 20 years and I am capable of doing all repairs.
ShotOut
Reply: Carb Problem

ShotOut

There is a tool like a nutdriver. They have them for sale on Ebay. Small engine dealers are not allowed to retail them to the public. Ebay is the only place I have seen them. Make sure you get the one to fit your machine. I use an automotive type plastic wire connector tapped over the ends of the screws. You can remove them and slot them with a Dremel, but they need to go back EXACTLY where they were in the caburetor housing, to run right!
1177999
Reply: Carb Problem

1177999

Remove the L and H screws, use a hack saw to cut a slot for a lotted screw driver
donc
Question: Carburetor

donc

It's not running, with or without choke.
steve
Question: Leaking Fuel

anonymous

Fuel is leaking from (it appears) a small screen or filter in the center of the fuel cap of the fl20 20cc weed eater. This is the third season with the fl20 and this is the only problem I've had. I've ordered a new cap. My question is if anyone has experienced a similar problem and can tell me if my troubleshooting is all wrong? Thanks
ShotOut
Reply: Leaking Fuel

ShotOut

There us a small vent (duckbill it is called) inside the middle of the cap. It allows atmospheric pressure to enter the fuel tank while the machine is running so as not to allow a vacuum to develop. If the vent is stuck open, it may leak. The new cap should cure it.
Baldeagle
Reply: Leaking Fuel

Baldeagle

I have a feather lite FL-20 20cc engine that leaks gas when it running. It's located on the bottom of the carb, there a metal cover with a small hole, cover is attached with four small screws There is a gasket, it looks like a diafram. Should I replace the gasket, where can I get it.
WJA
Reply: Leaking Fuel

WJA

Hello Baldeagle,

There is a kit available for the carburetor on your FL-20 trimmer that includes all the parts needed to rebuild it. It is part number K24-WAT. While you have it apart, you may want to clean the carburetor also. We have prepared an article and video on How to Clean a 2 Cycle Engine Carburetor.

Hope this helps,
-WJA
After using my new fl20 20cc weed eater maybe 3 times the spool area heated so bad it melted, and I was not doing any heavy trimming. Are these weed eater's defective or am I doing something wrong? Also the plastic tighter that holds the curved shaft together keeps coming loose after a couple of seconds when using it, is there a fix for this? Thank you.
416563
Reply: Weed Eater Heating Up At Shaft

416563

Remove the shaft housing and flex Shaft from the engine pack the housing with white lythum grease, also the flex shaft then push the flex shaft into the housing adding the white lythum grease then reassible the shaft to the engine head, should take care of the problem
bad57chevy
Question: Fuel Ball Pump

bad57chevy

The fuel pump ball on my Weed Eater Fl20 type 1 does not pull fuel up to fill the ball, but if i add fuel to carborator it will run.
Any ideas?
Have a blessed life!
ShotOut
Reply: Fuel Ball Pump

ShotOut

The primer/purge bulb does not have to be full of fuel for the machine to run. It's sole purpose it to purge the carb of air/old fuel while drawing fresh fuel into the carb from the fuel tank. The old air/fuel is also returned to the tank.
UtahAV
Reply: Fuel Ball Pump

UtahAV

Hi bad57chevy,

The carb is likely plugged with dirt or debris or the Mylar valves inside have become stuck to the carb body by varnish from old fuel. You will need to replace or try cleaning the carb. The new carb is part #WT-924-1. If you would like to try cleaning the carb we have an article and video that I think you will find helpful. You can find it here...

How to Clean a 2-Cycle Carburetor.

I hope this helps,

-UtahAV
-Mark
Kyle
Question: Starter Spring Problem

Kyle

When I try to start my Weed Eater FL20 the cord will not retract back in is this just a bad spring?
ShotOut
Reply: Starter Spring Problem

ShotOut

Not always, but it is very poor engineering and design by the Chinese mass production workers that made it. The nylon hub has tabs on it that wear somewhat as they grip the flywheel when you pull on the starter. You should disassemble it and inspect it good to decide what to do.
UtahAV
Reply: Starter Spring Problem

UtahAV

Hi Kyle,

We have a video that I think will help you with your machines starter. You can find it here...

link removed to Repair a Trimmer Starter.

I hope this helps,

-UtahAV
-Mark
djfolgerman
Question: Flex Shaft

djfolgerman

I'm acting out of character by asking before I lay in to the poor machine out of necessity/curiosity.The trimmer head appears to be disconnected (as if my brain) so I believe I need to repair/replace the flex shaft. How much of this machine should I tear apart and what connects to what?
james
Question: Weedeater Fl20

james

How do I take off the piece at the end of the shaft to replace the steel cable?
UtahAV
Reply: Weedeater Fl20

UtahAV

Hi James,

The cable needs to be replaced from the motor side of the trimmer. Separate the shaft from the trimmer motor and then you can pull the cable out of the shaft.

I hope this helps,

-UtahAV
-Mark
Overworked
Reply: Weedeater Fl20

Overworked

I'm going to cut the cable off at the end piece and drive the piece off with a punch.
Then open the piece with the punch to fit it over the shaft, then crimpt it. Then put locktight in the piece and shaft or some kind of epoxy.
Why is the trigger so hard to pull and it won't start?
mike
Question: Fuel Delivery Problem

mike

I have a featherlite trimmer and I have had problems keeping it running. I looked everywhere for a visual problem then checked the fuel tank for blockage. I put it back together and still had the same problem. After working on it for a day I found a pin hole in the supply line to the carb. It was very small like a needle hole. I replaced the line and it has run just fine.
mike
Question: Disengaged

mike

The cable became disengaged and when I slapped the head it reengaged. Then when you go back to the ground it disengages again. I took it apart and the cable looks fine. Is there a retaining screw or something that is supposed to keep the drive cable nudged up to the dust nut?
Bruce
Reply: Disengaged

Bruce

I've been having the same problem. I don't know if if the cable is disengaging at the connect point between the two shaft pieces or at the trimmer head end.
Ken
Question: Ratio Of Fuel Mixture

Ken

I have a Featherlite FL20. Can you tell me what the fuel mixture ratio is? How many parts gas to oil.
ron
Reply: Ratio Of Fuel Mixture

ron

40-1
Bowzer
Reply: Ratio Of Fuel Mixture

Bowzer

It should tell you on the cap, but it is 40:1
gumbear
Reply: Ratio Of Fuel Mixture

gumbear

40 gas to 1 oil
Mark Ransil
Question: Weed Eater Model FL20

Mark Ransil

What's the difference between type A and type B on a Weed Eater Model FL20, and are the flex shafts the same length and size?

Thank you

Mark
Bruce
Question: Weedeater FL 20 Trimmer

Bruce

When I was doing some trimming it started smoking. Between the dust cap and the shield for the line. I shut it off and found some black tar type of material. I dug it up and took my line and cup off so all I had was the dust cup and the threaded shaft coming out. I cleaned off the rest of the tar like material and reattached the line and shield to the shaft. I worked for a very short time but then started smoking. Looking at it after letting it cool was that the line shield appears to be too tight to the dust nut. What happened and is there something that is now missing ? Is there a part number ? Thanks for the help
Frank codad20@yahoo.com
Reply: Weedeater FL 20 Trimmer

Frank codad20@yahoo.com

I have one from a friend that did the same thing. It looks like it got something foreign in there and the friction melted the string housing and got into the gap between the dust cap and the string housing and caused too much restriction and stopped it
Jay Koch
Reply: Weedeater FL 20 Trimmer

Jay Koch

After looking at the parts diagram the Part number is (530069690 Assy-Hub) as far as what happened, if you have held the trigger constantly for too long, that could be what caused the initial heat build up and it started to melt the plastic assy-Hub, once that starts to melt, it's too late.
Rick W.
Question: W/E FL20 Won

Rick W.

My Weedeater FL20 won't start. Bulb is really slow coming back up after pushed. Is something plugged? It was working fine as of several weeks ago.

Thanks
muddy
Question: Weed Eater FL20

muddy

My FL20 will only run with the choke on. I cleaned out the carb with no improvement. I see 2 adjustment screws in the side of the carb body with an H near one and an L near the other. I assume these are for low and high mixture control. I can't figure out how to turn them. They are recessed and knurled on the end. I tried slipping a small piece of hose over the end but it won't turn them. I can't get needlenose pliers on them either. I think if I can remove these screws, blow carb cleaner thru them and then replace and adjust properly it will cure my problem. What do I use to turn them?
Thanks for any and all advice.
Muddy
bec98x
Reply: Weed Eater FL20

bec98x

assuming your carb is the original it should look like the picture. you would remove the red plugs with either the proper removal tool or a screw to pull them out. I have always had good luck without removing the screws and cleaning the carb.

I would think that you problem lies with either a split fuel line or in the crankcase. Likely an air leak. Run the machine on choke and spray a small amount of carb cleaner using the straw around the carb and crankcase. If there is a change in rpm then you have an air leak.

Could also be that the metering arm in the carb is not high enough. The end of the arm should be the same height as the carb body.
klefam
Reply: Weed Eater FL20

klefam

Muddy & bec98x
After reading your posts I had to join just so I could disagree with bec98x's answer. As muddy said the adjustment screws are knurled on the end, I have one just like it. There is no red plug or cap on them, and the one I have is original. I have been looking for a tool to adjust them and am getting no ware so far. Maybe if one could find a set of the red limit covers and cut the tab off of them one could remove the needles or adjust them. This is my problem; I need to adjust them slightly. I will have to look for the red caps, maybe that will work.
Hope I have not offended anyone, just trying to help.
klefam
Reply: Weed Eater FL20

klefam

Me again, I found two things. The tool is available from Randy's Engine Repair (E-Bay) I think it was $9.00, or close to that. Once in his store use his search for carburetor adjusting tool. He has several types so make sure you order the right one.
The carburetor Mfg. (Walbro) states they set the carburetor for EPA and engine specifications and can't furnish any tools to adjust the idle and high speed jet. We are supposed to be able to buy the tool from the engine manufacture.
swets
Reply: Weed Eater FL20

swets

Muddy,

Did you ever solve the problem? I saw a post on another site that said try the tube from a ballpoint pen. You might have to heat it first. Hestitant to buy a tool if the fix won't work. Someone said ethanol in fuel is corroding the nozzles and eventually no adjustment will fix. Hope you're successful.
rocco
Reply: Weed Eater FL20

rocco

I recently was asked to repair an fl 20 for a friend. Had to replace all fuel lines and primer bulb. Leaky primer bulb allowed it to idle briefly before bowl emptied and engine died. Once replaced, engine would idle but stall on acceleration. Friend had installed a large universal four string head. Once head was removed, engine ran like a top. Must use lightweight string head if yours has been replaced. Also implies that if drive cable is not completely free, engine has insufficient power to overcome drag and dies. Also know that many two cycles have a spark arrestor in muffler and if plugged, engine will not accelerate. FL 20 did not have separate screen like others I have worked on, but there are two small screened exhaust ports in muffler that should be checked.
JerryMc
Reply: Weed Eater FL20

JerryMc

I took a piece of hose from an icemaker kit and cut off an inch and slipped it over a small phillips screwdriver and it works great. After a few uses you may need to replace the tube.Take one of the adjustment needles to your local hardware store and find the correct diameter line to fit it. You can buy a foot of it for couple dollars and it will last you a long time.
earleto
Question: Featherlite Weed Eater

earleto

My featherlite will start on choke but after I switch to run it runs for a few seconds then dies. Is this a fuel mix problem or carb problem.
UtahAV
Reply: Featherlite Weed Eater

UtahAV

Hi earleto,

I would guess a carb problem. The carburetor can become clogged by dirt or other debris. The dirt may get by a damaged or missing air filter. It can enter through a crack in the fuel lines. Some tools use a foam air filter. Over time the filter itself will breakdown and create debris that will enter the carb and clog it. It is a good idea to replace the air filter at least once a year. If fuel is left sitting in an unused trimmer for more than a couple of months the fuel will begin to breakdown and go bad. As the fuel breaks down it will start to become gel like as well as begin to coat the internal parts of the carburetor with a varnish. The gel and varnish will plug the carburetor so that fuel can no longer flow through it. To get your trimmer running again you will need to either rebuild or replace the carburetor. When you replace the carburetor it is always a good idea to also replace the air and fuel filters. This helps ensure that more debris won't clog the new carburetor.

There is not a carb kit available for the FL20 trimmer so the carb will need to be replaced. There where two different carbs used in production on the FL20 trimmers. One was made by Walbro and one by Zama.

The Walbro carb is part #545081808
The Zama carb is part #530071822
The air filter is part #530057781
The fuel filter is part #530095646

I hope this helps to get your trimmer running again!

-UtahAV
-Mark
ernbar
Reply: Featherlite Weed Eater

ernbar

If you haven't done so, close the idle needle and open 2 turns then see what happens. I had a similar experience and it was a lean setting.
Cj221
Review: WEED EATER FL20 Model
3 star
Cj221
For people using this type and model number. Weed Eater FL 20 AKA: WAL-MART BRAND

There is a sticker located on the back housing that shows your model number. There you will also read where this specific weed eater has an Hour of Operation of 50 hrs.
You can repair the Carburetor 1 time, but I have found out that you can repair it again for the second time. But the Third time is a different story.............."GET RID OF IT"!
I paid 65 dollars for this product. I should have paid 2 dollars for this product. This thing has not worked right since I purchased this product. I promise you I will never buy another one and it has been nothing but trouble.
fancyboxy