Question about Homelite Mighty Lite Lawn Trimmer
I need spare part. Dont know were to get one.
Go to www.homelite.com then in the red up top click on order parts then click launch to parts catalog then scroll down to accept agreement and then you will need to enter your model # and then you can go thru the list of breakdowns and get your part # from the diagrams.
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
I had this same problem, would run a couple of seconds, stop, and you couldn't start it again.
Had good gas/oil mix 50:1 and 25cc Homelite. Had replaced the fuel filter, gas, spark plug, and took carb apart and cleaned with carb cleaner and primer bulb worked fine. None of that fixed it. What did? Take the muffler off and see if it will start and run with the muffler off. If it does, chances are the muffler is clogged. Also check the exhaust ports and clean them out if plugged with black oil carbon residue.
My muffler was clogged up, took it off, cleaned out the exhaust ports, there was some oil that was in the muffler(oil that didn't burn during combustion). It now starts and runs like a champ on first or second pull.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
I use 50:1 with Sthil 2-stroke oil in ALL my 2-stroke equipment. This ratio does not smoke at all, and does not foul plugs.
Never had a problem yet. At this mix ratio, you can also use it in 4-stroke engines, which means you only need 1 fuel can on site. Also eliminates the possibility of using the wrong can to fill the trimmer.
Posted on Jun 16, 2010
1) Use a pair of vise grips to open the wheel on the bottom of the feede;
2) Remove the wheel, taking care not to lose the screw inside it;
3) Remove the outside wheel, feed line into one of the interior wheels and wind it around until the wheel is full following the direction of the arrow on the outside. Leave enough line (4 - 6") to feed out the holes;
4) Repeat for other wheel;
5) Replace wheel, feeding excess line into outside wheel holes on wheel frame still attached to weedeater;
6) Hold wheel together tightly and reattach wheel hub. Hand tighten only as it will tighten itself with use and require vise grips to remove again.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 02, 2010
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