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Have you greased your shaft lately? It is necessary to put grease inside the shaft from time to time. Remove the engine of the trimmer, pull the flexshaft or rod (which ever it has) out of the shaft and while slowly reinserting the flexshaft squeeze "oo" grease or any type thick grease into the shaft and on the end of the flexshaft. Reassemble engine and you should be good to go.
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
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