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The trim line keeos tangling around the motor stem atop the spool?

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Problem solved. We noticed something was broken off a small part inside the spool holder. My husband took it to the local hardware store, and one of the employees gave him the part from a trimmer that had been returned.

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make sure the knife edge is still attached to the guard. if not, there is nothing there to cut the extra line

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