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I have tried re charging
If it doesn't seem to be recharging or taking a full charge, check the charging jack to make sure no foreign object (leaf debris, etc) got into it. If it is clean, then you probably have a warranty issue with the battery or charging system.
Note: do not leave the string trimmer out in the sun or outdoors in cold weather while it is charging. The charging process only works properly at room temperature. In particular, lithium batteries are very finicky about charging conditions. Charging overheated lithium batteries can cause a fire, so they have a safety circuit to prevent charging outside the proper temperature range.
Posted on Nov 30, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
well take the spark plug out take some WD40 and give it a shot inside the unit, remember to keep the unit level when hitting the throttle and allowing it to warm up for a few minutes before use also make sure where your choke lever is. also when starting I start it on the ground like most manuals state and leave it idle on the ground for a minute before picking it up and then when I pick it up I make sure that the gas tank is tilted towards the ground so there is no room for air to get into the filter causing and disturbance while the unit is warming up.
Posted on Nov 18, 2008
Mine won't spin up till it is good and warm. Check the end of the fuel line in the gas tank to see if it is clogged or dirty or slimey. Make sure the end has not fallen off.
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
you need to replace fuel filter inside the fuel tank . fish it out with and empty tank using a coat hanger and a small hood bent on the end.filters are around $9.00
Posted on Aug 22, 2009
I think a new carburetor kit and a good carburetor tune up is in order my friend. Sounds like it's starving for gas. If it bogs down after warm up when you throttle it, then yes it needs a carb tuning. The L screw is the low side screw and should be turned in lightly until it seats then back it out one and quarter turns (1 1/4). The H screw is your high speed screw. Also, turn it in lightly until it seats, then back it out approximately a 3/4 turn. With these settings the unit should start and may even stay running. Again, if it bogs when throttled, while running turn the L screw out a little more maybe only 1/16th of a turn and then try it again. If it does rev then you'll have to adjust the H screw in about a 1/16th of a turn. But make sure you only do this after the engine has warmed up.
Hope this works, good luck
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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