Question about Ryobi 40-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless String Trimmer
How can I fix this probe myself. It says the string should feed itself each time you start but doesn't seem be doing that. I have to manually release the line myself.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: ryobi weed trimmer
I have one of this trimmers. It is simple to replace the line.
-First line up the arrows on the bottom of the spindle.
-Then feed the line back in one of the holes in the side of the spindle (this is the same hole that the cutting string comes out of).
-You will see the line come out of the bottom of the spindle.
-Take that line a place it in the hole on the bottom of the spindle.
-Leave about 9 feet of string hanging out of the weed eater (do the same with the other side).
-Then turn the inside wheel (I can't remember if it is clock wise or counter clock-wise but it will only turn one way) most of the string is rolled into the spindle.
-Cut the string of about 5 inches out of the weed eater. You're ready to cut!
Posted on May 31, 2008
There is supposed to be a barb fitting with a flange on top of it that is on the end of the hose, inside the tank. If you do not have that barb in place the gas will start to leak out of the tank in a short time. Barb fitting is designed to have hose stick up about 3/16" into the tank when the hose is properly installed. You put the new hose on the fitting, thread the other end of the hose through the fill opening of the tank and out the hole in the bottom. Pull hose through until barb comes through the hole in the tank and the flange is flush with the inside bottom of the tank. There is supposed to be a plastic ring that fits over the bulge in the hose/barb at the bottom of the tank on the outside. Serves as a retainer for the fitting.
Posted on May 20, 2009
The larger fuel line goes from fuel filter to carbuerator.The smaller line is the return line from the purge bulb tofuel tank. mitchjl_1692
Posted on May 27, 2009
The starter assembly is between the motor and boom so you have to remove the boom from the motor housing. Usually one nut & bolt at the nose of the starter housing. There may be another lock bolt. You shouldn't have to remove the throttle cable and leads but it depends on how tight the factory installed them. Remove the starter housing. If you're real lucky all you have to do is pull some starter rope up past the pulley and wind the pulley in the direction the rope pulls back into the housing. You have to pull the rope around the pulley as you wind it. If the spring catches and builds tension you're good, wind it four or five times or enough to fully pull the rope back in. If the spring doesn't catch or releases every two or three turns it has to be replaced. You may have to replace the spring and container (PN638033001) and/or the easy start assembly (PN310022001).
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
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