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After loading spool you must rotate in a clockwise manner to attach spool, you need to turn it a half inch more around to make it lock in

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Flip the presser switch up to raise the presser foot. Turn the hand wheel counterclockwise until the needle is in its highest position.
  • 2Hold the hand wheel in place with your left hand while turning the hand wheel knob counterclockwise with your right hand to loosen the hand wheel knob.
  • 3Place the desired spool of thread on the spool pin so that the pin fits all the way through the hole in the center of the spool. Put the spool holder onto the end of the spool pin that is sticking through the spool of thread and press firmly to ensure that the spool holder keeps the spool in place.
  • 4Grasp the end of the thread and hold it taut between the thumb and index fingers of both hands. Snap the taut section of thread into the thread guide post located to the left of the spool pin.
  • 5Pull the end of the thread gently. Wrap the thread around the bobbin winder tension disk near the left front on top of the machine, starting at the side of the tension disk facing you and wrapping around in a clockwise direction.
  • 6Poke the end of the thread through the small hole in the bobbin from the inside out so that the loose end of the thread sticks through the top of the bobbin. Put the bobbin on the spindle, or bobbin winder, and gently slide the bobbin winder to the right.
  • 7Hold the loose end of the thread in place while pressing down on the foot pedal to start the machine. Hold the foot pedal down until the bobbin is as full as desired. The machine will automatically stop once the bobbin has reached capacity.
  • 8Cut the loose end of the thread using scissors. Slide the bobbin winder to the left and remove the bobbin. Hold the hand wheel in your left hand and tighten the hand wheel knob with your right hand by turning it clockwise
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    Sounds like your drag is too loose. Best way to get used to setting a baitcaster, in my opinion, is to put a 1/2 ounce weight on the end of the line and engage the spool. The line should drop to the ground freely, but not full speed - if too fast, the spool will continue to spin and you'll get that dreaded birdsnest. If it doesn't reach the ground, you need to loosen it more. Once you have it set, keep that weight on and go practice, using the thumbing process Parorae noted in the previous answer.
    They take some getting used to for sure!

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    I just bought a BD Grass Hog and after 1 h of use,


    If the noise was up by the handle it may have been the drive pulley breaking loose of the shaft on the motor causing the motor to spin and stop the flex shaft of the trimmer. Another possibility would be the small belt that aids the flex shaft. If those don't fix the problem check the lock nut that bolts the flex shaft to the spool housing. If the shaft broke free from the housing the motor would still run and the shaft would turn, but the spool housing would not spin if it does it could be stopped very easily. Definately check the warranty.

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    On pulling the starter cord, there is a rattling noise as if a nut has come loose. The motor does not kick over.


    When you pull the starter cord, three things are happening inside;
    The cord is spinning the spool that it is wound on, the spool has a gear or molded teeth which engage the motor through spring-loaded levers, and a coil spring returns the spool to it's original position...hence the name "recoil" starter.

    The first possibility is that the gear has come loose (if a mounted gear) or broken (if molded to the spool), and the rattling is the loose part(s) flopping around instead of engaging the motor.

    The second possibility is that the lever springs are a bit dirty/rusty or bent and stuck out of position, and the gear/teeth of the spool are just banging across them instead of engaging.

    Start by removing the plastic cover(s) to gain access to the starter rope's origins, ie; the spool and the starter levers.
    The recoil spool with sping are likely attatched to the cover as a unit, so you don't have to go any deeper into the recoil.

    Check the drive gear/teeth for a solid mount and teeth damage (they are saw-tooth shaped), then check the 2 small levers mounted to the crank for free swing and solid springs...a drop of oil or WD40 at their mounts won't hurt, just wipe the excess and while you're there, clean the magneto face and the magnets on the crank with a little WD40 on a rag.
    * Don't despair if they look fine...it's entirely possible that they were stuck out of position until you pulled the recoil, and a decent cleaning will keep it from happening again.

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    How to thread the bobin on a elna air electronic su. where do i put the loose end when threading the bobin


    I assume you mean when you wind a bobbin full of thread??

    You take the end of thread from your spool through the tension device or an eyelet on top of the machine, then back to the bobbin on the bobbin winder and thread the loose end through a top hole on the bobbin. Click the bobbin in against the stop and press on the pressure foot to start to wind. Hold the top thread for a bit as the bobbin starts to fill and then once it has been covered by a row or two of thread, stop and cut of the loose end from top of the bobbin. Now continue to wind the bobbin until it cuts out as it fills against the stopper. Nudge the thread with a finger tip as it spools onto the bobbin to help get the bobbin filled top and bottom and not just in the middle. (bit like when you coil the garden hose onto the reel, it always wants to go in the middile only and then jams up LOL).

    Also a really good idea to place your scissors handle into the top of the thread spool to slow/control it as the thread reels off it. This helps give an even tension on the thread going onto the bobbin which really helps with stitch quality later.

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    If its a new unit its probably nothing. Miller makes good stuff. Open the side so you can see the spool. With the machine on, press the trigger for a second. Did the little wheel spin (trying to feed the wire) if it did then your problem could be kinked wire, **** on tip, or spring on small spool is loose and wire is slipping. Let me know.

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    The thing is with strimmers, mower etc.
    Depending on which direction the designers have made it spin, they normally have a 'reverse' threaded, head.
    Simply 'Tighten' it up to remove, and 'undo' it, to tighten.
    Et voila!
    Happy strimming:))

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