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Weed eater starts fine runs a few minutes and then dies when you try to press the trigger

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That is a great solution mrfixit-jerr, just wanted to add that if you need any of those parts, out of all the places online or locally Ive always used ereplacementparts.com for tool parts on my equipment. I recently had to get a small carburetor and the replacement worked great!

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