Question about Craftsman Garden
Remove the spool and rewind the line in the direction indicated by the arrow.
Posted on Nov 02, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
no its not imposssible.but its not easy unless u have done a few times.you have screws around the plasic casing get them out.and pull
shaft off engine.
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
look on the bottom of the spool and see if there is an arrow point stamped on the outside of the spool, then check if there is an arrow point stamped on the inside of the spool. If so line up the two arrow points and cut two pieces of line about 3ft long. Insert one line into the hole where line comes out and push it until it comes out a little hole on the bottom of the spool. Pull some out and there will be a very little hole (the size of the line) beside the bigger hole insert the end of the line into the smaller hole and then pull it tight. Do the same for the other side. Then twist the spool (like you did to align the arrow points) stop when you have enough line out to reach the line cutter.
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
let it warm up first and then pull the trigger. if that doesnt work, it might be the diaphram . they are cheap.
Posted on May 12, 2010
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