Model #TE475 WEEDEATER Line Trimmers/Weedwackers, Gas

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Q:

NEW ZAMA CARBURATOR

A:

Thank you for your question.

 

 

I am sorry you are having a problem with the trimmer. I looked up the model number and found the Zama carburetor for this model is part number 530071822. The carburetor for this model can be ordered from the following link. Replacement carburetor part number 530071822.

 

 

I hope this is helpful. Please let me know if you need further assistance.

 

 

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Mark T -
Sears Technician
September 09, 2013
Q:

Weedeater model te 475y

A:

The dust cup presses on and usually has to be driven off. Very often, the dust cup gets stuck on the shaft end. What I generally do is soak the shaft end in some penetrating oil for a while and then see if you can use a hammer to knock the cap off.

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Wade_B -
Sears Technician
August 26, 2013
Q:

Hello, ' am writing to obtain information on setting the idle state of my weedeater model TE475 / Y. What is the process? Do I need a special tool?

A:

To get the job done in a timely manner, I realize it is important to have the Weedeater trimmer running properly. Idle speed adjustments are covered in the manual on page 9. Click on the link provided below for the owners manual. Hope this is what you are looking for. Additional information may take two business days.

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anna -
June 14, 2013
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To set the idle speed, you should just need a Phillips head screw driver.

To set the air adjustments (low and high) you may very well need a special tool. If you do not need a special tool then you can just use a slot tip screwdriver. Turn both screws in until they stop then back them out 1.5 turns. From there, start the engine and adjust the high speed first and then the low speed. To adjust, turn the screw (high or low) in or out just a little bit until the engine runs smooth at full throttle and then at idle.

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Wade_B -
Sears Technician
June 16, 2013
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