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How to remove drum connector off ryobi weedeater

How can I get the drum/connector assembly off so I can install a new starter cord, for Ryobi weedeater cs30

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I believe there are four phillips headed bolts around the outside edge of the housing

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I have a weed eater that has no fuel line. Does anybody have instructions on where to connect the fuel line? The model is Rybio 31cc, model #725r.

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