The body of the unit is in 2 halves. After separating them to get at the broken fuel line inside the tank, I replaced it with a new line and threaded it through the tank wall as per instructions and attached the new line to the carburettor. The unit was then reassembled. The carburettor was not dismantled in any way and the body halves were screwed back together in the reverse order to which they were disassembled. When filling the tank with fuel I made sure that the fuel was getting to the carburettor i.e no airlocks in the fuel lines. The spark plug was not touched apart from re-securing it in its place when I reattached the 2 halves.
Yes your assumption is correct. No components were disassembled as such but the unit is in 2 halves so they had to be separated to get at the fuel line. This new line was threaded through the wall of the fuel tank and the filter attached inside the tank and the new line was attached to the carburettor at the other end. Everything was replaced into its original positions as this was the only way the unit could be reassembled.
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Thanks, ***** ***** not have the kit to verify compression, spark, timing, but I can replace the plug and then check the fuel and carburettor as you suggest. I will let you know.