my echo string trimmer won't run for longer than ONE SECOND, no matter
-what- I do. one (of the three) fuel lines is riddled with numerous
pinholes - the pinholes only "squirt out sideways everywhere" when the
primer bulb is pushed. might those tiny holes ALONE cause it to be
unable to run longer than a second? not at all clear to me which fuel
line serves what purpose on this machine. "otherwise all conditions are
good to go" on the dern thing. baffling.
I posted a good clear captioned pic of this at
are these tiny black fuel lines 'off the roll' stuff at mower shops? or
is this a 'proprietary deal' type thing?
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