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Remove head to restring

I have a775r ryobi gas weed eater, i need to know how too remove head to restring

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You need to locate the black knob at the trimmer head and turn it coun ter clockwise and remove it to access your string spool you may have to chase the knob with pliers because some are more than hand tight
follow arrow on the spool for line winding direction

Posted on May 26, 2009

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