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Well i don't know what kind of line holder yours has, but they either a bolted on with a big nut that you'll need to unscrew while holding the line holder(so your not just spinning it around) or it has a slip and lock type cover, which in that case you hold the barrel of the line holder and then grab the cover and twist it to take it off, then you just take out the line spool, and put new line in it, their will be little holes that you put the start of the line in (pay attention to how you pull out the old line and put the new line in the same way you took out the old line), then just assemble back together and make sure you pull 3-6 inches out through the line holes on the barrel before final assembly and you should be good to go.

If that doesn't work for you, then take it to your local home depot or lowes or lawn and garden hardware store and they will most likely just show you real quick how to do it in person, should be free unless their greedy:)

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You either have a new line voltage thermostat or have to replace your old line voltage thermostat. In either case the process is much the same.

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  1. Make sure that all power is turned off at the breaker panel. Most heaters that use a line voltage thermostat usually use 240v current so the breaker will either be a double pole breaker or you will need to turn off two single pole breakers to kill all of the power.
  2. Check to see which wires are hooked to the breakers. In most cases it will be the red and black wires, but I have seen many times that the white and black wires were used. Often there is no red available when the white is used.
  3. Take out the two screws that hold the thermostat to the junction box. When you get the thermostat out make a note of which wires go to the heater (load) and which wires are coming from the breakers. (line)
  4. If you have a single pole thermostat installed one of the sets of wires may be wired straight through the box or have the line and load wires connected directly in the box. With a double pole t-stat you will have both sets of wires running through the t-stat.
  5. Remove the old thermostat and wire the new t-stat in the circuit with the load wires hooked to the load or heater and the line wires hooked to the wires coming from the breaker. Make sure to get a very good tight connection as resistance loads will heat up quickly if good contact is not made. This poor connection can and will start fires.
  6. Turn the power on and check the heater for heat output.
  7. Turn the power back off and carefully screw the thermostat to the junction box securely. Then you can reapply the power to the circuit.

Now you are up and running with a new line voltage thermostat installed.

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Most units like yours has a tap head feed spool. To get to the line spool, you need to push the spool inward and rotate it to release it. The line spool is spring loaded, hence the need to push it in and rotate it to get it to release. You return the spool to the trimmer head housing after loading new line on it the same way, in reverse. Hope this info helps.

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Turn power off to time clock

Step 2:

Remove the wires, but mark them/label them from where they came from! Should be 4 of them. 2 on the posts marked Line and 2 on the posts marked Load.
Line wires are coming from your power source and will usually have the small white wires with them to provide power to its internal clock motor.
Load wires will go to the motor.

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Near the top on the left side you will see a clip style holder. That holds/locks the clock into place. Push up on that clip and with a free hand grab the clock mechanism and pull. The clock should come down and out as you pull.
Take new mechanism and find its resting hook at bottom and just reverse the step above. It should slide into place & lock under that clip. You will hear a click/snap.

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Replace the wires that you marked: the 2 Line wires and the 2 Load wires. Check the schematic and ensure that the positions are the same as old or not.
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Tighten the screw nice & tight and ensure that you have line wires on the line post and the Load wires on the Load post.
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