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Most trimmers have a way to "lock" the shaft to stop it from turning so that you can unscrew the head. Some have a small hole just about the head where you can insert a screwdriver while some have an area just about the head where you can lock the shaft using an open end wrench. Once you have the shaft secured, you should be able to unscrew the head. Be aware that some trimmers, depending on your model, have left-hand threaded heads while some have right-hand threaded heads, so you might want to find your trimmer model's replacement head to make sure you're trying to unscrew the head the wrong way. Many models, with replacement heads, can be found at PartsBuggy.com's website here.
Posted on Oct 24, 2011
Your strimmer head has rounded where the bolt is located.You will need a new head so you have to break the plasic to get at the bolt and fit a new head.
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