f1otero: You explanation on the actual fuel flow was priceless as it is imperative to know what is actually going on, not just mimic a video. many, many thanks
Vic Krue: Thanks for the effort, but honestly... I can't see anything with you waving your camera around here and there and everywhere... constantly moving rapidly across the viewing area. You may in fact be a very competent small engine repair person, but you really need to work on your camera skills. "Seeing" what you're talking about is just as important as "hearing" what you are saying.
John Layer: thanks for the video, I just got one of these from my stepdad an all I needed to do was replace the fuel lines as per this video and it started up first time 5 stars,
Trog Lodyte: For as bad of a video as it was (no offense intended) lol it was exactly what I needed to see. I didn't take the old fuel lines out and not knowing small engines, I was lost on the primer fuel route. Thanks for the video.
German Diaz: Thanks a million :) really helps to have this video!!!
Judd TheHottSpot Allen: thx for this video, i have always been scared to work on anything fule or carburation. the guys at the mower shop less than helpful! got it thx again
CryptoDriver: It is the fault of our Overlords mandating the use of ethanol in gas.
wade bozeman: The fuel lines deteriorate in gas because of ethanol in the gas. That's not the fault of Poulan. I see this same problem in every single brand on the market.
Melinda Downing: Very helpful! Appreciate it very much!! :)
Giovanni Zenetti: Frankly I'm so glad and thankful for giving us this info. It really help me to figure out how to replace the fuel lines I just had a hard time thinking how this was done. Thank you again...!!!
Cladelon: Thanks from Uruguay...... the video help me a lot .... very very usefull ... great video and well explained.... Muchas gracias por tomarte el tiempo de postear un video tan bueno. Super claro.Mi primer bulb tuvo que ser remplazada. Limpieza de carburador .. quedo la maquina funcionando perfecto.
Franklin Jones: Thank you for taking time to post these excellent instructions...
Staticrado: I had it all messed up, lol. Thank you!
Stumpy LawnmowerGuy: regarding the alcohol in the fuel, there are premixed 50/1 40/1 and hopefully 32/1. what I read on the cans implies this fuel is alcohol free plus a stabilizer. this is prolly not the way to go if you use a bunch of fuel but for normal home use the premixes are the way to go. or ya can get good at changing fuel lines (G)
ET Colson: Tiny bit of dish soap on the lines you are pulling helps a lot and wont contribute to deterioration of the line or accumulating sawdust and grime - thanks for video - now I know why mine was not working - fuel pickup/filter had fell off on mine so nothing to go by other than an "uneducated guess" - I was trying to filter primer return instead of carb pickup I guess from seeing your video - LOL
eeyoretim: Thank you! The only place I could find the info for fuel lines close to my Poulan 4018 Wildthing. Excellent explanation!
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