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Changed the filter ran for a little while and noe no gas in filter
Experienced gardeners share their insights in answering this question :
Try and run it with the gas cap loose there is a vent in the cap that can get plugged up (think of putting your finger on the top of a straw)

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A vehicle requires a certain amount of gas to start and to continue to run. That`s why it`s important to ensure the fuel system is properly maintained, including replacing the fuel filter as necessary. The fuel filter is used every time you start and drive your vehicle.
Dirty or Clogged Fuel Filter

The fuel filter keeps dirt in the fuel from getting into the carburetor, and like the air filter, may eventually become clogged and prevent a sufficient amount of fuel from passing into the combustion chamber, preventing your engine from starting.

Full of fuel, yes. The fuel flows through the filter to the engine. Over time, however, the filter becomes dirty with contamination and must be replaced.
The fuel flows by vacuum through the filter as opposed to those located downstream from the pump where the fuel is forced, under pressure, through the filter. Problems associated with suction/vacuum side fuel filters are usually not obvious. The most serious problem to consider is loss of vacuum.
If the problem is the fuel filter, and it isn`t changed soon, you may find that your vehicle won`t start at all. Misfire or rough idle. A dirty fuel filter could prevent the engine from getting enough fuel. Vehicle stalling.
After the new fuel filter is installed, reconnect the negative terminal on your car battery, and reattach the fuel pump fuse/relay. Start your engine and let it run for a few minutes, checking to make sure that no fuel is leaking from your system.
If you have a clogged fuel filter, the engine might not be getting enough fuel, which could cause a lot of issues. If you notice these symptoms, it could be the result of an old, dirty, and/or blocked-up filter. Do note, these symptoms could also be the result of a bad fuel pump or a different cause.
If you don`t change the fuel filters than you`ll face : Engine misfire : uneven power and uncontrolled throttle response. Starting problem : no fuel reaching engine, no combustion.
Prime the fuel system by turning the ignition on (Run position) for 30 seconds, but do not start the engine. This allows the pump to prime the system. Turn the ignition off, and then crank it for 15 seconds.
One of the first symptoms commonly associated with a bad or failing fuel filter is hard starting. A dirty fuel filter may restrict the fuel system flow, or at least make it inconsistent, which can cause the vehicle to experience hard starting.
A clogged fuel filter causes low fuel pressure that results in a lean fuel condition and engine misfire. This can result in poor fuel mileage, rough idling and possibly cause the check engine light to come on. Once that light is on, it`s time for a trip to the repair shop.
Generally, you can expect your car`s manufacturer to recommend you to change the fuel filters once every 20,000 to 150,000 miles. Since this is a wide range, you`ll have to look at your owner`s manual for the most accurate fuel filter replacement intervals for your vehicle`s make and model.
Water Contamination

This is where the Fuel Water Separator comes into play. The Fuel Water Separator serves as a purpose-built filter that works to isolate and collect water before it can reach vital fuel delivery components and ultimately, the engine.

The final refined gasoline and diesel are transported via pipeline and through a distribution network of trucks to various retail locations. Gasoline and diesel are delivered to gas stations across the United States, as well as to cooperatives so it can be sold for agricultural uses.
The supply hose is connected to the fuel filter. The return hose is connected to the top of the fuel tank.
Replacing the fuel filter will lead to an appropriate flow of fuel and air to the engine. This economizes fuel consumption and decreases emissions. Clean fuel is essential for optimal performance of the engine of your vehicle. The fuel filter removes dirt, rust, solids and other contaminants from the fuel.
After the new fuel filter is installed, reconnect the negative terminal on your car battery, and reattach the fuel pump fuse/relay. Start your engine and let it run for a few minutes, checking to make sure that no fuel is leaking from your system.
Replacing the fuel filter will lead to an appropriate flow of fuel and air to the engine. This economizes fuel consumption and decreases emissions. Clean fuel is essential for optimal performance of the engine of your vehicle. The fuel filter removes dirt, rust, solids and other contaminants from the fuel.
If the problem is the fuel filter, and it isn`t changed soon, you may find that your vehicle won`t start at all. Misfire or rough idle. A dirty fuel filter could prevent the engine from getting enough fuel. Vehicle stalling.

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My tractor stalls like it is starved for gas although the gas tank is full. I,ve changed the fuel filter and the gas cap. I’ve cleaned out the gas tank, gas lines, and the carburetor bowl. The problem seems more acute when the gas tank is full or near full. At this time to alleviate the problem, I blow through the gas cap and the fuel filter fills with gas and it runs good again. But as soon as the fuel filter has no more gas, of course, it stalls until I blow on the gas cap. As the tank gets down to about 1/3 full, the engine runs OK. What else could cause this condition?
ANSWER : I had a similar problem with a sears tractor. close to the carbarator is a rectangle box with a rubber hose going to the engine block – remove the hose and spray carb cleaner in the hose wait a few mins and try again – its a vacuum for the carb

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I have changed the fuel filter on a John Deere L130 garden tractor and the engine is still not getting gas. Is there a fuel pump or other part which would stop the flow of gas to carbuerator?
ANSWER : Underneath carb bowl should be a wire. Unplug it and remove ( unscrew) electric gas shutoff. Replace.

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Ryobi gas I changed the primer bulb and gas lines on my machine and now it doesn’t get any gas to the carb. The primer bulb pumps it up, when i take the gas line loose at the brass fitting on the bottom of the carb, gas spews out. If I pour gas straight into the carb, it will start and run until that gas is gone, then it goes dead. It’s like the gas goes to the fitting but won’t go into the carb, even if you pull the trigger like you were running the thing. Any suggestions? Gasless
ANSWER : Check the fuek lines for hole and leaks, check the fuel filter and clean if necessary. remove the carbuerator and inspect the gasket; it should be soft and flexible, if it seems hard or brittle replace it. clean the carb with carb cleaner sray (available at any local auto parts store) and compressed air. make sure you get inside the small fuel rail holes. also check the primer bulb for pin holes and proper seating/seal. if that doesn’t work have the carb repaired at a service center or replaced.

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Doesn’t act like it is getting gas. Cranks but wont start. Will start if I pour gas in carboretor but won’t stay running. Changed gas filter and fuel pump.
ANSWER : Hi: I sounds like it is not getting gas, it probably need the carburetor cleaned out. but first make sure the gas is turned on, tighten the carb . I you have left it for a long time with out running the gas out it most likely needs the carb cleaned Good Luck I hope I was of some help

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Filter problem with hayward pool system – Hayward Pro Series Side Mount Sand Filter 30" S310s
ANSWER : You didn’t say what your exact problem was so troubleshooting with you might be difficult. Below is a link to the owners manual for these pool filters. You should be able to get your filter running properly using this.

http://www.backyardcitypools.com/images/hayward/pro-series-manual.pdf

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Do you mix gas and oil in this trimmer – Ryobi 30 Cubic Centimeter Curved Shaft Gas Trimmer
ANSWER : Yes. Verifythe ratio, either 40:1 or 50:1

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Replaced the top gasket of the filter, turned the filter on and the water was coming out of both the pool and the backwash at the same time and the motor began to smoke. Any clue what is wrong?
ANSWER : Try consulting the owners manual for these pool filters. They have a troubleshooting guide and set up guide. It should help you know how to correct your problem.

http://www.backyardcitypools.com/images/hayward/pro-series-manual.pdf

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What should i have my filter on …..filter or recirculate
ANSWER : Filter and clean at back wash once a month

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