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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
there is no timing spec . the air gap is .010 to .012. or .254 mm to .305 mm.open the gap all the way up and tighten the screws.bring the flywheel magent to the coil making sure that both sides of the coil is on the magnet.slide the gapping tool in and the magent will hold it in place.once it's there release the screws holding the coil and the magents wiil pull the coil to it.once it's there retighten the screws and your done.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
Cut two separate pieces of string, about 7 ft. each.
Stick the end of the line in the hole on the inside of spool.
Wind clockwise onto spool, putting the line that is closest to the ground on first.
Once you have winded this piece on, lock the last 4 inches of line through the slits on spool.
Repeat process for second piece of line, locking the last 4 inches in slot opposite the other locked in piece.
Put the spool on the trimmer, feeding the end of lines through either hole on trimmer.
Before you push the spool all the way on, pull the strings out of the locked position.
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
Give it 10 seconds run on middle choke turn it to run and dab the throttle on and off as quick as you can until it runs normally. Helpful in the cold too .
Posted on Jul 29, 2010
No, it is not heavy duty enough to drive a blade. It should have cuttting line in it and it only can use up to .065" string (factory recommended).
Posted on Oct 12, 2010
SOURCE: grass trimmer head keeps turning
On an Echo, this means that the clutch is staying engaged to the walls of the clutch drum. Either the clutch drum is loose and the clutch pads are catching it as it turns, or the idle on the engine is set too high and the centrifugal clutch is just opening enough to catch the drum and spin it. Check the clutch housing and your idle speed.
Posted on Jun 12, 2011
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