Question about Ryobi 15" Electric Factory Reconditioned Trimmer (ZRRY41002) - Factory Reconditioned
When I first got my brand new RYOBI LIne Trimmer the *** thing just would not start. I was following the exact guidelines in the maual. First thing is, ensure you get right is fresh fuel correctly mixed accurately with 2-stroke oil. Some machines are more temperamental about the mix. 2. Set choke to COLD, press bulb 8 times (once you see fuel enteing the clear bubble reservoir) 3. Switch on power. It's amazing how often I've pulled the cord with that red button off. Dont think you cant do it to. 4. Pull the cord gently until you feel resistance. Let it gently recoil, then in one non-aggressive move, holding down the unit with your other hand, pull it out at constant speed. Do not yank! If (or rather when) it doesnt start, pull the accelerator trigger a couple of times only, and repeat procedure "4". Don't press bulb again too often or use the trigger too early or you will flood the engine. When I couldnt get my strimmer to start at all, I got this advice from an online engineer, it fired up *first pull*.
If it's not starting after a winter rest, did you store it empty of fuel because that is always wise. Discard old petrol mix and start with new. Hope that has helped.
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
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