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Can anyone tell me where the fuel filter is located on the 824/ model 38080?

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Looking at the parts manual for the 38543 series engines it does not show and external fuel filter for the plastic tank it may just have a fine screen over the outlet like the small hondas engines.
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You might not have one. It's something that's nice to add thought. Depending on age and how the fuel line looks might be a good time to replace the line too.
If you don't have some place warm to work it's always a good spring project as you'll likely need to pull the blower housing off to get the fuel line run from the tank over to the carb under it.

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Thanks. Good suggestions.
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i had a 1988 and a 1997 each never had one from the factory , i would for sure add one to play safe
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I don't usually add fuel filters to blowers with plastic tanks...metal, yes. I always add a shutoff though, and on older blowers always a good idea to replace fuel line....
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