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Hi I have a Ryobi RBC30SET/ RBC30SBT strimmer / brushcutter and I need to know how to fill up the strimmer spool again. Cannot seem to load it properly with line so that it keeps coming out when it breaks off.If anyone can put up a video in youtube it would be great.

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rotate the starter pulley by hand. You should feel the spring getting tight. Once the pulley is slightly tensioned, usually 5-10 turns, release the pulley and let is pull the string onto the pulley. You may have to add some tension to get all the rope to wind on the pulley.

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what model do you have?

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When putting new line on, it must be wound clockwise onto the spool

Jim

Posted on Jul 03, 2009

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SOURCE: strimmer cord keeps breaking

the eyelets on the trimmer head may be worn and cutting the line ..look for groves in the eyeleys may need to replace the spool

Posted on Sep 13, 2009

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I would not put a brushcutter blade on this unit. The curved shaft quik disconnect may not hold up to the shock torque created by the brushblade. It may damage the drive shaft since it is a curved shaft quik disconnect model. You may have to purchase a straight shaft trimmer to get that job done.

Posted on Oct 03, 2009

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