Question about Echo Rapid Loader, Trimmer Head
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
on the head there is a u shape slot on the side. turn it until you can slide a small screw driver in it to lock the head. then loosen the nut on the bottom i do believe it is a left-handed
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
Sadly, they do wear out..... but sometimes they're just stuck. The line can refuse to feed if the line is caught on itself in the spool winding, or if the head is bad. Try this: remove the spool and clean it pretty good. Check that the line isn't caught on itself in the spool. Sometimes it just locks itself in between wraps, and you have to pull it out of the groove to get it to continue to feed. Give the inside of the spool a liberal dose of graphite powder. Put the spool back on with line. Bump it against the ground as much as you feel necessary to further distribute the graphite. Now, push the spool in as if to feed line, and pull on the line. It should feed a bit and stop. If it does, you're good to go. If not, replace the spool.
Best regards. Hope this was helpful to you, --W/D-- Please feel free to rate this solution! Thanx!
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
push down and turn until it comes back up...now, on that spot that is all the way in, before it comes back up, pull up on it...got it ?? The release is located where the the spool is all the way down and getting the spool to "hang up" on that spot allows it to release...because it can't when running makes it a perfect location
Posted on Apr 18, 2010
line up the hole on the collar that the trimmer head is installed against with the arrow or notch on the gear housing, insert a punch or the brass colored pin that most Echo pieces of equipment come included with, this will lock the head. now turn the head clock wise, IT IS LEFT HAND THREADED! so righty loosey lefty tightey. now install the rapid loader with the included washers and10mm gold colored lefthand thread nut
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
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