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Lawn & Garden Equipment Engine Fuel Return Line 530069599


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Part Information

This fuel return line (part number 530069599) is for lawn and garden equipment engines.

Fuel return line 530069599 supplies gas from the tank to the carburetor and primer bulb.

Drain the gas tank before installing this part. Wear work gloves to protect your hands and work in a well-ventilated area during this repair.

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1-8 of 11 reviews
MichiganReviews 1Votes 0
• 1 year ago
Bryan• 1 year ago

Perfect fit, runs like a charm. Glad the gas line was still available.

Response from Sears PartsDirect:
Sears Home Services • 1 year ago

Thank you so much for your 5-star rating! We are happy to see that you had a great experience. Thank you for your business!

James E
Houston, TXReviews 3Votes 1
• 3 years ago
James E• 3 years ago
Shipping is fast with the correct parts

My return line and feed lines were brittle. I tried to remove them and they just crumpled into peaces. I ordered new lines from Sears Parts Direct. They came sooner than expected. There was enough replacement line for two sets. I highly recommend Sears Parts Direct

James E Houston, TX

middleburg,flReviews 1Votes 0
• 4 years ago
ret.• 4 years ago
Installing fuel line

I have a Craftsman bush cutter and i installed the new fuel lines. My unit has to be taken apart to replace the lines (about 1 hour).

perry, ohioReviews 3Votes 0
• 4 years ago
fooey• 4 years ago
exact replacement for broken primer line

pulled the old one out of tank and slid new one in and started engine in less than 20 minutes

Issaquah, WAReviews 2Votes 2
• 4 years ago
BillBark• 4 years ago
New fuel lines - a little tricky

My gas powered hedge trimmer hasn't been used in 7 or 8 years. Naturally it wouldn't start. When I touched the fuel lines (two semi-clear plastic lines) one of them broke off. Dang. Instead of going to local box store (our local Sears closed down last year) I went online and ordered it from Sears. Glad that I did since I didn't realize that the two lines (one gas and one return) were different sizes!! It took about an hour to replace them since I had to remove the handle and air filter housing. Then I had to "fish" the lines down into the fuel tank. Each step was easy, just unexpected. After assembling it again, the engine started once I remembered to press the fuel bulb a couple of times. I put it immediately to use and cut down some blocking bushes at the end of our driveway. Great service and fast service. Thanks Sears.

OhioReviews 1Votes 1
• 5 years ago
DanL• 5 years ago
Very good

Fairly easy , watch an online video. Use a little WD-40 on connections to make hose slide on easier.

Sunnyside, WAReviews 1Votes 0
• 5 years ago
Pabgar• 5 years ago
Rather easy.

Take note of how fuel line is routed, I.e. small diameter vs large diameter.

Reviews 4Votes 0
• 3 years ago
• 3 years ago
Installer must cut length yourself

Stock tubing supplied. Installer must cut cut to length. Difficult to do for tubing that had totally failed.

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