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I don't have the manual, but this worked for me.
1. You need .065 trimmer replacement line. Any hardware store will have it. 2. Unplug the trimmer. 3. To remove the spool, turn the trimmer over and look at the bottom of the cutter head. On the sides are two small panels with 3 chevrons on them. Push in on these and pull the cover off. The spool should come out easily. 4. The spool has arrows showing the direction of rewinding the string (clockwise). 5. This is a two-string trimmer so you have to wind two pieces of string. Looking down on the spool (with lettering on top) start with the upper slot. Inside the slot are two holes, each on opposite sides. Push a small amount of string into this hole in the direction of the arrow. Then begin winding string on, also in the direction of the arrow (clockwise). The first bit of string you put in the hole should act as a "hook" so the string doesn't come out. 6. Don't fill the slot too full. Leave about 1/4 or 1/8 inch of free space. When you are done, cut the line and use the notches on top to hold the line while you do the lower slot. 7. Repeat steps 5 and 6 for the lower slot. 8. Drop the spool back into the trimmer. Thread the string through the holes in the head one at a time. One string for each hole. You'll need at least 2 inches of line sticking through the hole. Don't worry about too much line, the trimmer will cut it too the right length. 9. Snap the cover back on. 10. Plug in trimmer and go.
The oil gas ratio is:
Gas/Oil Ratio = 32:1 Plug = DJ-7Y Gap = .025"
Posted on May 15, 2009
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