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The bolt at the end of the line trimmer does not screw in all the way, and there is no washer for this part. Is this correct? When I assemble the full bottom section of the line trimmer, the section t

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Here is a site that can help if I did not understand your question correctly:

http://www.ehow.com/how_7872475_replace-craftsman-25cc-line-trimmer.html

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