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How to replace fuel filter on MAC 3200 chainsaw

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The Fuel filter is on the end of the gass pick up hose. Using a small thin wire with a hook bent on the end fish around and gently pull the hose and the filter out though the filler opening. Be carefil not to pull too hard as this might damage the hose. If there is a clip holding the filter to the hose, slid it away fro the filter. Then gently with a twisting motion pull the filter off the hose. Peplace the filter with a new filter, slide the clip  back up the hose to hole the filter on and carefully work the assembly back into the fuel tank.

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