Why won't my weed eater start?

Answer

If your weed eater will not start, there could be several possible problems. You may be out of gas or do not have the trimmer string threaded properly. You could also have a problem with the starter.
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1. Put on a pair of safety glasses. Remove the fuel cap from the Weed Eater and set it aside. Fill the fuel tank with unleaded gasoline that has been mixed with quality 2-stroke oil
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Gas model? fill gas tank with proper mix of gas, [usualy 50 to 1 ] prime, turn on switch, crank it, More complete answer: I have an old pre-Poulan Weedeater brand string trimmer that
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The Poulan PRO Weed Eater is a very highly recommended weed eater.
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1. Position the Craftsman weed eater on the ground or on a suitable work surface. Locate the spark plug wire attached to the spark plug. Grasp the boot of the spark plug and disconnect
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1 Additional Answer
If your weed eater will not start you should check the choke. If the choke is stuck or not working, the weed eater will not turn on. If it's a gas weed eater you should make sure you have enough primer and gas in it. If it's an electrical weed eater you should make sure that it is getting power. If you do these things and it still doesn't work, take it to a small engine repair shop. You should get a price to fix it first as sometimes you can buy them new, on sale, for the same price.
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