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Unscrew the head's center bump-knob counterclockwise with your fingers.
Pull the bump knob off and take the spool cover off the head. Slide out
the spool and any remaining cutting line. Lift out the spring underneath
the spool. Take out the slide washer. Unscrew the arbor bolt either clockwise or counterclockwise, depending
on model, in the center of the trimmer head using the wrench. Take the
entire head off the end of the shaft.
This sounds like a trimmer question and was categorized wrong, if so most rimmers simply unscrew @ the bottom of the head and then you can access the spool dolly @ which time you wind the string in the direction of the arrow. Make sure to follow manufacturers recommendation on thread size. Also make sure you replace the spring as you took it off
not hard i suggest if its your first time doing this take it to your local lawnmower shop buy a new $8 spool from them they will be glad to showyou how to replace it then next time you can doo it yourself? the new spools already preload the string so you can see which way it loads ussually clockwise