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Can't figure out how to put on new string after i took off the old string

I took apart my craftsman electric weedeater to replace the string and now i don't know how to load the new string I bought. I am not machanically inclined - need basic instructions. Thanks!

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I figured it out. Went on YouTube and watched a couple videos and did it myself. Thanks!

Posted on May 18, 2009

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