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Weed Eater String Trimmer Model XT300/TYPE 4 Parts

Weed Eater String Trimmer Model XT300/TYPE 4 Parts
Brand:Weed Eater
Model:XT300/TYPE 4
Product:String Trimmer

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Husqvarna fuel filter. If the fuel filter is clogged, it will restrict the flow of fuel to the carburetor. As a result, the engine may not start.

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Fuel Line (Small)- 9/64 (.140) inch OD - (.080) inch ID, W/ Installation instructions.

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Champion spark plug (RCJ6Y). The spark plug ignites the fuel and air mixture in the engine's cylinder to power the engine. If the spark plug is has fouled (if the tip of the spark plug is burnt or damaged), the engine may not start or may run rough.

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Fuel line (Large). The fuel line allows fuel to travel from the fuel tank to the carburetor and from the primer bulb to the fuel system.

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Ignition coil. The ignition coil sends voltage to the spark plug while the engine is running. If the ignition coil is defective, the engine may not start.

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Small engine carburetor gasket and diaphragm kit. If the engine runs rough, then the carburetor may need to be cleaned, rebuilt, or replaced.

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Weed Eater String Trimmer Model XT300/TYPE 4 Parts

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