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Floyd M

05:34PM | 04/07/02
Member Since: 04/06/02
3 lifetime posts
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Ok, how many times have you taken something apart and thought you would remember where everything goes with out writing it down. Well, it finally happened, old age is catching up to me and I forgot where the stupid fuel lines are suppose to hook up on my gas trimmer. The Model number is 358.798442. I'm looking for a drawing or on line manual that will show me the correct line configuration for the fuel lines. There are only 4 lines. I believe I have them the same, but, the Trimmer will run for about 30 seconds and then shut down. I think I have the line from the priming ball backwards. I'm also trying to locate part numbers for the gaskets cause I may have to replace them if I take it apart again. This shade tree mechanic has finally messed up and really wants his weedwacker workin' again.
Thanks for your help


rpxlpx

04:08AM | 04/08/02
Member Since: 03/13/00
1675 lifetime posts
You gave the model number - - but what brand is it?

Floyd M

03:04PM | 04/08/02
Member Since: 04/06/02
3 lifetime posts
Oops, it's a ***** craftsman Gas Trimmer. Sorry about that,

Floyd M

ssantello

04:09AM | 04/10/02
Member Since: 01/26/00
22 lifetime posts
I am not sure if this helps, but try this:
http://www3.***** .com/intro.shtml

There you can put in your model number.

Good luck! -Steve

[This message has been edited by ssantello (edited April 10, 2002).]

[This message has been edited by ssantello (edited April 10, 2002).]

[This message has been edited by ssantello (edited April 10, 2002).]


For some reason I can not post the link. Anyway, it is on the ***** .com website. On the left, click on parts.

Good luck. -Steve

[This message has been edited by ssantello (edited April 10, 2002).]

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