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Gasket And Diaphragm Kit P005000550

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Part Number: P005000550


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Product Description ?

This is a Manufacturer Approved replacement kit used on a variety of Echo Trimmers, Brushcutters and Edgers. This kit includes 4 Gaskets/Diaphragms. Its purpose is to make an air tight seal so that no air/oil leakage occurs. Over time gaskets tend to deteriorate and will need to be replaced.

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  • Weight: 0.01 lbs.
  • Shipping: Ships Worldwide

Compatibility

This item works with the following types of products:

  • Edger Parts
  • Grass Trimmer Parts
  • Trimmer Parts

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Filthy Filters? This article will show you how to install a filter kit on an Echo SRM-225 trimmer....
May 27, 2015

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  • Echo weed wacker repair
    My 15 yo echo wouldn't run for more than a few seconds. I replaced the diaphragm and turned the carb adj screw (under the primer bulb) a 1/2 turn clockwise and it runs like new.
    Guest - July 7, 2021 Verified Purchase
    great parts
    Took a little longer to get the parts. But the company kept me informed on my order and it arrived in great shape.
    Guest - July 11, 2020 Verified Purchase
    easy repair!
    perfect fit, my edger is working again!!!
    Guest - November 12, 2019 Verified Purchase
    Most parts worked just fine. Weed eater started on first pull.
    Echo weed eater parts worked just fine. All except the grommet for fuel tank. That one had a little different size holes than the original which I had to reuse.
    Guest - July 21, 2022 Verified Purchase

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    Easy 15-30 minutes (11 rated repairs)?

    Tune up, and leaking gas out of carburetor and fuel tank grommet.

    David - May 27, 2017
    👍 2 of 2 people found this instruction helpful
    1. Removed the old spark plug, gap new one, and installed.
    2. Removed throttle cable from carb., and disconnected both kill wires from the pull-a-part connector.
    3. Removed air filter cover, threw out the old air filter, removed two screws holding air filter base.
    4. Removed fuel and return lines from the carburetor, and removed the carburetor from the trimmer.
    5. Removed 4 screws holding primer bulb, threw the old bulb out. Removed single screw from plastic primer spacer, and discarded gaskets underneath. Removed both screws underneath carburetor the for fuel pump, cleaned and blew out carburetor thoroughly with carb. cleaner, and compressed air. Installed new gaskets from kit, installing everything in reverse order. During cleaning, made sure to clean mini screen of all contaminants. installed new primer bulb.
    6. Removed 3 screws holding fuel tank protector, and 2 screws holding fuel tank on. Fully drained fuel tank. Removed rubber grommet, and used it as a template for new fuel lines and grommet. Trimmed fuel lines to original lengths, reinstalled breather to new pipe, installed new fuel filter, and carefully installed new fuel lines in new grommet. Then carefully installing grommet into fuel tank. Installed tank in reverse order, followed by installing carburetor in reverse order, with new air filter installed.
    7. Filled fuel tank with fresh fuel, primed carburetor, and started trimmer.
    8. Runs excellent, like new, with no more fuel leaks!! Ready to take my Echo SRM-230, and trim up some weeds!! It's been about 5 years or more, and I couldn't be anymore pleased to see it running like new.
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    Diaphragm leaking. You could hold it up to the light and see the very tiny holes.

    David - November 28, 2015
    👍 1 of 1 people found this instruction helpful
    Tool Type

    Edger

    Difficulty

    Easy

    Time

    15-30 minutes

    Tools Used

    Screwdriver

    Remove two screws holding carb to engine.
    Release and remove the throttle cable.
    Remove the two screws from the bottom of the carb.
    Remove the old diaphragm
    Clean any dirt in the area using carb cleaner
    Install the new diaphragm kit
    Reinstall the carb to the engine (if gasket is damaged replace)
    Reinstall the throttle cable
    Prime the carb and start.
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    leaking gas from carburator and top of gas tank

    Vaughn - July 26, 2023
    Tool Type

    Trimmer

    Difficulty

    Medium

    Time

    15-30 minutes

    Tools Used

    Screwdriver, Pliers, Wrench Set

    Removed air filter cover
    Removed 2 bolts holding air filter cover to carburetor
    Removed 4 screws holding air purge and air purge cover
    Removed 1 center screw and removed old air purge body assembly.
    Removed and replaced old gasket and diaphragm
    Attached new air purge body assembly with center screw
    Replaced 4 screws with new air purge bubble
    Assembled 2 bolts for air filter cover and replaced air filter
    Installed air filter cover
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    Nipple on purge was broken n needed to replace gasket n diaphram

    George - June 2, 2020
    Tool Type

    Trimmer

    Difficulty

    Easy

    Time

    15-30 minutes

    Tools Used

    Screwdriver, Nutdriver

    Removed carb n replace purge n gaskets n fuel hoses Assemble n runs as good as new
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    Bogging and was not able to adjust carb settings

    Jason - December 25, 2019
    Tool Type

    Trimmer

    Difficulty

    Easy

    Time

    Less than 15 minutes

    Tools Used

    Screwdriver

    1. Removed air filter.
    2. Removed fuel, return, and vent line.
    3. Removed carburetor.
    4. Removed the 4 mounting screws on
    the purge bulb and removed the purge body.
    5. Removed the 2 screws on the metering diaphragm cover.
    6. Removed both gaskets, the diagram and fuel pump membrane.
    7. I sprayed the carb out with carb cleaner.
    8. Installed the fuel pump membrane against the carb THEN the gasket (important) and
    then the purge body and bulb.
    9. I installed the metering diaphragm gasket THEN the diaphragm big. metal disk toward
    carb(also important) and finally the cover.
    10. I installed the carb back on the machine carefully lining up the gasket and tightened it back down.
    11. Install the air filter, cover, fuel and return line.
    12. The carb may need to be properly adjusted after the repair is made.
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    Echo trimmer was running erratic.

    Brad - June 26, 2019
    Tool Type

    Trimmer

    Difficulty

    Easy

    Time

    15-30 minutes

    Tools Used

    Screwdriver

    Removed carb and disassembled/cleaned.Replaced diaphragm and reed assy. Reassembled and reinstalled carb.
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    overhauled carb

    Leroy - June 11, 2019
    Tool Type

    Trimmer

    Difficulty

    Medium

    Time

    15-30 minutes

    Tools Used

    Screwdriver, Pliers

    cleaned carb parts & reassembled using new kit and air purge body assembly
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    Trimmer would not start

    John - May 16, 2019
    Tool Type

    Trimmer

    Difficulty

    Easy

    Time

    15-30 minutes

    Tools Used

    Screwdriver

    1. Emptied fuel
    2. Removed air filter
    3. Removed filter housing and carburetor
    4. Removed fuel pump cover and replaced pump diaphragm and gasket. Reinstall cover
    5. Removed primer housing. Replaced diaphragm and gasket. Reinstalled primer housing
    6. Reinstalled carburetor and filter housing
    7. Reinstalled air filter
    8. Ops checked
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    Trimmer stopped running

    Rick - January 20, 2019
    Tool Type

    Trimmer

    Difficulty

    Easy

    Time

    15-30 minutes

    Tools Used

    Screwdriver

    Watched the Ereplacementparts video for my model carburetor and repaired my trimmer according to the easy to follow instructions. It was as simple as that. The trimmer runs better than it has in years. The diaphragm and Reed valve were totally dried out. Thanks Ereplacement!
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    Would not start

    David - October 31, 2018
    Took carburetor apart, cleaned, assembled new parts and started right up//// had considered buying a new weed eater but realized how easy it was to rebuild the old one and saved a lot of money. Also you can you tube it to see exactly how to repair it and what to look for. I have ordered from replacement parts and always got my order quickly and correct. Thanks, David
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