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you can remove the bulb first then go to the local pound shop or a hardware shop or even morrisons or tesco the buld will be a standard screw in but has to be an oven buld not a normal one ive found these bulbs in the local shops easily do not use any unhardened buld for the oven type i replaced one the other day as usual i got a pack of two from the local hardware guy for a couple of quid
never saw your brand weed eater . but most weed eaters ,the string cap either unscrews or has plastic tabs that have to be pushed sideways with a flat blade screwdriver.If you have the plastic tabs ,be careful not to crack them off when pushing them sideways with a screwdriver--- so that the nub can clear the slot and get the cap off. for better info call morrison customer service and ask. phone # on weed eater and in owners manual. also , owners manual should have instructions under how to change string. a pdf manual can be downloaded from morrison weed eater. you will need to know your model number before morrison can help you.
It is likely a fuel pump problem, confirm this by spraying starting fluid into the engine when the no start occurs, if it fires up then you have a poss fuel pump sticking problem.. This assumes you mean the engine is being cranked over with the starter but does not fire up.
hi there i bought a brand new morrison lawn mower, briggs and stratton 450 series, 148cc i dont know how to open the oil bit to fill? it looks like you twist but ive tried several times with no luck can you help me please thanks
I would think that switch may be faulty? Or is it a momentary switch only?, if so, then you have an input to the controller problem, insomuch as it starts, runs, for some reason thinks there is a problem & shuts down, whereby the switch is being pressed, so it "Sees" this and starts again, and so on?
Below is a link to download Tesco's wireless mouse/keyboard drivers. It's a zip file so it will need to be opened and all files extracted before using. Tesco provides little information as to which what Operating Systems the drivers are for, just bundled them all together. Best of luck. Greg Tesco Wireless Mouse/Keyboard drivers