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77841
 power washer won't start
       • Posted by: annikah on Fri, Jun 25, 10 at 13:32
              • 2 follow-ups, last one posted on Fri, Jun 25, 10 at 22:56
I have an electric Earthwise Power 2000 psi washer -- it started, then stopped, and won't start again. I think maybe the water coming in from the hose was too hot. Can anybody help, or does anybody have a phone number for the manufacturer? Tha
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77842
 Help with Troy Bilt tiller identification
I'm wondering if someone can tell me the model, etc, of our trusty old Troy Bilt tiller, so I can order the correct belt and clutch spring. I think I once saw one that looked the same in the literature as a
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77843
 Homelite chainsaw bolt stripped
       • Posted by: paulemar on Sat, Jan 27, 07 at 22:51
              • 7 follow-ups, last one posted on Sat, Jun 26, 10 at 10:13
I have an old (at least 15 yers old) Homelite Super 2 chainsaw that still runs pretty good. However, after years of re-tightening I finally stripped the bolt that holds the bar on. The homelite web page doesn't show this part. It shows the nut, bu
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77844
 tool handles
       • Posted by: mojogardener z5b / KS on Sat, Jun 26, 10 at 21:08
              • 2 follow-ups, last one posted on Sun, Jun 27, 10 at 0:52
What is best to use on my wood handle tools to keep them in good shape? I saw a post on this a long time ago and thought I clipped it, but didn't. Follow-Up Postings: RE: tool handles Posted by: moltroub 7a NC ( Return to t
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77845
 troy bilt trimmer shaft replacement question
       • Posted by: rcarv on Wed, Jun 23, 10 at 21:27
              • 1 follow-up, posted on Sun, Jun 27, 10 at 21:20
I have a troy bilt tb415cs trimmer with a single curved shaft. I'd like to konw of anybody had tried replacing this shaft with an upper shaft capable of accepting attachments. Will this work? Follow-Up Postings: RE: troy bilt trimme
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77846
 Tillers
       • Posted by: jordansmith_2008 8 on Sun, Jun 27, 10 at 19:25
              • 2 follow-ups, last one posted on Mon, Jun 28, 10 at 18:33
Preamble: we're now owners of 10 acres of oak woodland, 4 of them fenced (against deer, for what it's worth--ever hear deer snicker?), and we've embarked on transforming part of the extensive orchard of weeds into something resembling a garden. Th
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77847
 Best tool to keep you sane
       • Posted by: mysticfoxtrot North CA on Thu, Jun 24, 10 at 23:15
              • 12 follow-ups, last one posted on Mon, Jun 28, 10 at 23:05
Hey All, My husband and I are moving from a tract home to 2 acres, YEAH! My question is what is the tool you find helps you the most? What keeps you sane taking care of your place? thanks! Mystic Follow-Up Postings: RE
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77848
 Toro Snowblower
       • Posted by: billyjohnson on Fri, Jun 11, 10 at 9:11
              • 14 follow-ups, last one posted on Tue, Jun 29, 10 at 20:25
Hello. I have a Toro Snowblower model# 38050 S/N 9002321. I have a question about the impeller. Is the impeller supposed to be loose or should it be somewhat tight? When the auger level is engaged is tightens up the impeller but when it is not
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77849
 tecumseh carb fuel line fitting
       • Posted by: arkhermit on Mon, Apr 5, 10 at 22:37
              • 4 follow-ups, last one posted on Thu, Jul 1, 10 at 22:55
I have 10 hp HM100 tecumseh eng. I ordered a new carb and it has wrong fitting in it, but the right one was included, How do you R&R it ? NO threads so is it pressed in.?special tool ? Follow-Up Postings: RE: tecumseh carb fuel line
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77850
 mc cullough chainsaw fuel issues.
       • Posted by: bulldog1_2010 on Fri, Jul 2, 10 at 7:33
              • 1 follow-up, posted on Fri, Jul 2, 10 at 20:29
I bought a reconditioned mc cullough 42cc chainsaw w/18 bar that ran real good when I got it, only to fail when I wanted to cut something. It will start and idle, and then after about 10 seconds of wot it acts like it's starving for fuel. After pr
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77851
 Thirty year old 4hp Briggs problem on shredder
       • Posted by: ribertgropius VA on Wed, Jun 30, 10 at 10:10
              • 7 follow-ups, last one posted on Fri, Jul 2, 10 at 21:41
I am trying to resurrect an early 1980's Kemp shredder with a 4hp Briggs engine. The shredder came to me with a blown head gasket and a tank full of old gas (ten years maybe?), and upon dissassembly I saw that one of the head bolts was deformed.
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77852
 Electric Garden Shredders
       • Posted by: emmryss on Mon, Jul 5, 10 at 11:39
              • 1 follow-up, posted on Tue, Jul 6, 10 at 10:10
I bought a 2nd-hand Kemp one horsepower electric shredder 30 years ago I've been happily using to shred hay for mulch and stuff like blackberry vines for compost. It's finally packed it in. I've been looking for a similar electric shredder to repl
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77853
 Are hydraulic log splitter's pumps real noisy?
       • Posted by: loger TX on Mon, Jul 5, 10 at 14:34
              • 3 follow-ups, last one posted on Tue, Jul 6, 10 at 20:43
A link to my log splitter that I feel is loud and dangerous to my ears is below. I have started using ear plugs and muffs at the same time. Do you feel it is loud and have suggestions toward getting it quieter. With the hydraulic lines open and th
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77854
 Pressure Washer
       • Posted by: relsr NC on Tue, Jul 6, 10 at 13:34
              • 1 follow-up, posted on Tue, Jul 6, 10 at 23:22
I have a Craftsman 4.5hp, 1800PSI high pressure washer model 580.761800. My problem is when the trigger is released on the gun the motor stops. As long as water is being discharged it works fine. Have to hold the trigger on to start the engine.
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77855
 Mc cullough string trimmer
       • Posted by: bulldog1_2010 mich on Mon, Jun 28, 10 at 8:59
              • 1 follow-up, posted on Fri, Jul 9, 10 at 23:35
I was given a mc cullough gas string trimmer with a broken flex shaft. How do you determine the length of the shaft for a replacement. thanks. Follow-Up Postings: RE: Mc cullough string trimmer Posted by: rustyj14 W/PA Retu
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77856
 Leaf Blower/Vacuum
       • Posted by: dustcollector CA on Sun, Jul 11, 10 at 3:25
              • 3 follow-ups, last one posted on Sun, Jul 11, 10 at 19:52
I'm looking for a blower/vac, but really it would be left in the vac mode most of the time. Is there such a thing as a backpack leaf vac? It seems logical, but I haven't seen one so maybe there's a reason why. Short of that, what about the
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77857
 Blown Head Gasket B&S 1100 series on MacKissic Shredder
       • Posted by: garystpaul z4 MN on Sat, Jul 10, 10 at 9:50
              • 4 follow-ups, last one posted on Tue, Jul 13, 10 at 10:38
After gradual hard-starting to no-starting, and much diagnostic poking around, plus changing air filter, spark plug, cleaning carb, etc., I found the problem: insufficient compression due to a blown head gasket. The engine is still just shy of exp
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77858
 Octane and 2 cycle oil
       • Posted by: jeep461 Z9 Texas coast on Sun, Jul 11, 10 at 23:22
              • 12 follow-ups, last one posted on Thu, Jul 15, 10 at 5:35
Ok, most 2 cycle chain saws and trimmers are sawing it is ok to use their premium oil at 50:1 and use premium gasoline in 2 cycle engines even though they originally stated a mixture of 32:1. What do you think? Keep the ones that originally st
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77859
 Can you recommend a tiller?
       • Posted by: jseamless Texas on Tue, Jul 6, 10 at 11:09
              • 3 follow-ups, last one posted on Thu, Jul 15, 10 at 21:03
I need to break soil in a clearing in the woods. The size is 80 x 70. It is a bit of a remote area and there are some weeds I need to till over. I have sprayed the area with roundup. I am assuming a rear tine tiller would work well. I
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77860
 Craftsman 7 HP 17in. Rear Tine Tiller ( 29427 ) - User Reviews
       • Posted by: vandtbear1 on Mon, Apr 11, 05 at 16:34
              • 22 follow-ups, last one posted on Sun, Jul 18, 10 at 2:31
Hello all, my first post! I just bought the Craftsman 7HP Briggs, rear tine tiller this past week (Sears Model 29427). I looked hard at the Troy-Built and Huskee lines (MTD), but decided this one was more bang for your buck. I have read online
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