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Spool removal st4000 trimmer edger black&decker

How do i remove spool

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  • connertamago
    connertamago May 11, 2010

    may i ask what model of trimmer you have/what head you are trying to remove?

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Push the tabs tother and pull the cover off, the spool then just slides off http://www.blackanddecker.com/Productimages/PC_Graphics/PHOTOS/BDK/OUTDOOR_PRODUCTS/TOOLS/LARGE/4/ST4500_A4.jpg

Call ALM Manufacturing 01423 797208 for stockists of a new spool

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