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Replace head My weedeater does not feed the line through properly and therefore I think the heads need to be replaced.

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Be sure it is wound properly in the correct direction and no bigger than .080 line?

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Weed Eater Straight Grass Trimmer, 25 CC, 17-in. The trimmer line releases too easily and wastes most of the line.


Some of the weedeater heads are known to be ineffective and quite troublesome. Try Home Depot maybe for a universal type head that will hold and feed line the way you want. They have strimmer parts.

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An auto feed line system will do just that and if too much line is released there is usually a cutter inside the edge of the plastic guard covering the string head. I use a Troy Built head on a 32 craftsman and I unscrew the bump knob ...twist and pull out the spring loaded spool....cut a lenth of line 6-8 feet or so....thread the two raw ends thru the two holes in the inner spool....pull them out until they are even with each other....then grasp each one and hold them side by side and wind them onto the spool in a clockwise manner. This is how I do the string head with a split boom that fits the 32cc Sears Power head (an older Troy Bilt).

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The shaft cable has either come loose at the head, or is broken at the engine most likely. Is this a 2 piece unit? If so, see if the cable turns with the grass trimmer section removed. If so, it is usually easiest to just replace the trimmer shaft section. One piece units require disassembly at the engine, and if you are not mechanically inclined, that can be a pain.

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Prints have a thin white line across all the images printed. Everything else works and prints are ok outside of the thin white line running horizontal across the 5x7 prints.


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  • Platen — a rubber roller that feeds paper
  • Spring — applies pressure to the thermal head, causing it to contact the thermo-sensitive paper
  • Controller boards — for controlling the mechanism
I think that you may need to replace your thermal head, A line means there is a place that the head can not head or it cannot recieve data
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LWs74J7EfjM
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the part you bump on the ground to feed new line unscrews but typically its left hand threads so you think you are tightening but actually loosening. once off the spool chould come out then you may can tap on the head with a hammer coaxing it to come off.

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Can't get weedeater spool head loose to change the line.


there is three types of heads push, screw, and snap. The screw type have a big ball looking thing on the bottom that when pressed lets the line out. the snap kind are verry distinctive they slid in and two tongs snap in to place you will be able to see them on the out side. the push head just push in and turn.

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