Question about Craftsman Garden
Purchased last year and had no issues until now. Will only hold charge for about 5 minutes and then is very slow and won't trim. Found several complaints online regarding same product, but no mention as to how to fix. Any thoughts as I am not very technical but can usually work through an issue if explained. Any help is appreciated.
Purchased at Walmart last season., not named but is green and yellow, so possibly craftsman??
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Start by removing and cleaning the spark plug. The check out the screen at the exhaust port and make sure that it is completely free of carbon build-up. I never run my equipment out of gas at the end of a season, I usually add some fuel stabilizer to the gas and run some into the carb before shutting down for the season. Hope this helps and good luck.
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
yes, there is a spark module, but it's highly unlikely that two would have a bad module - more than likely, it is your gas mix. it must be fresh for the engine to run. the gas we have today will go bad in about a month and a half. if you happen to live in an area that has E85, forget it. small engines will not run very long, if at all on this junk. in some areas, you can get gas without alcohol, but it can only be used for lawn & garden equipment. it's expensive, but your engines will run
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
SOURCE: I have a craftsman 32cc
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).
Posted on Aug 23, 2010
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