How to Replace Grass Trimmer Line?

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The first step in replacing a grass trimmer line is to remove the trimmer head spool by unscrewing the knob around its arbor bolt. Then insert the trimmer line and wind it after which you should snap it into its restraining notch. Finally you can replace the trimmer head spool and head back to work. The procedure for a double line replacement is not fundamentally different except you will then be dealing with two lines but the procedure is similar.
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Twelve-inch and 13-inch weed trimmers are the smallest, most domestic-oriented trimmers. Seventeen-inch trimmers are the lightweight size commonly found in big-box hardware stores
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To replace the trimmer line on your weed eater, start with an 10 foot piece of trim line. Remove the spool line from the trimmer, and start wrapping the trim line around the spool
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1. Unplug the trimmer before doing anything involving the line. Press the release tab and pull the cap off, as shown. 2. After removing the spool, discard all the line on the spool.
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hello sir, line keeps comming out or tangles up, I went Dewalt Service Center, owns Black and Decker, and if anybody has too much line feeding out on their gh600 grasshog string trimmer
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