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How do you tune a carburator on a echo SRM 230 trimmer

Adjusting high speed

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SOURCE: How can I remove Echo 230 SRM trimmer head?

Remove the top off the string housing and remove the nut in the center.

Replace the top, as if you have finished loading string, Lock it in place as you normally do and the turn the entire housing pulling up at the same time. Spring and the white mechanism will pop out and then all you have to do is lift the string housing base off the trimmer head. Note it will take you a few tries but once it comes off you will see how easy it is to remove. I was amazed. Got my info from a sales person at Home Depot.

Posted on Aug 01, 2009

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SOURCE: How to remove trimmer head from Echo 230 SRM?

I know I'm replying to a old post, but this might help others. My Echo GT225 might be similiar. Once u are down to the thread bolt & the round shaft part that spins in ither direction, u need to thread back on the line spool, at lest the botton part of it to hold the thread bolt in place. Then start turn that rounded part that normally just spins, it will start to thread off, as you are thrreading it off you may have to also start threading the line spool part off as well at the same time. After that you will need the tool that takes off the C ring clamp thing that's underneath. I couldn't find any info on this online, I just kept on playing with it until I figured it out, UGH.

Posted on Aug 11, 2010

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See section 24 of your manual here. It has the information you want for lubing the flexible drive shaft and the gear-drive housing (if your unit is so equipped). This is a manual for the SRM230S model.

http://dl.owneriq.net/0/026b46f7-c706-4d99-8444-50bb35343992.pdf

Posted on Jul 24, 2011

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