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Ryobi rht266oda 26cc petrol hedge trimmer. runs well blades move but will not cut very well, only got last year and went well, nut and boult came loose this year first time out was mended but will not cut, engine sounds ok

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You may need to take it to a professional to sharpen. It may have some trash in between the blades keeping it from not cutting. Plus when you use it try spraying some WD40 on the blades to help them move and cut.

Posted on Sep 29, 2009

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