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Hi. It all depends on the Lawn trimmer. What brand is it? You can go back where you purchased the Lawn trimmer and ask them for an attachment blade to use for trimming hedges (did you mean hedges as in edges?). If they have blades specifically for your trimmer then you can do best if you have it attached to the trimmer by them experts. Otherwise if you do it yourself and it's not attached to the trimmer properly, and it comes off while spinning at high speed, you'd better run for your dear life, man! Hedge blades, like the one I have on my trimmer, are subjected to strenuous work and can come lose if not attached properly. The main part is that you treat hedge blades with care when doing the changes yourself. I am not saying that the blade which is similar to a saw blade, could come lose and separate itself from the shaft and fly towards you, but it's better to be safe than sorry. Poorly attached blades do come lose and fly like a flying saucer spinning and whirling in all direction like a yo-yo. Cheers
I bought a Shakespeare Push-n-Load 3 blade trimmer head at The Home Depot for about 26 dollars and picked up a pack of 12 replacement blades for another 7. Did a whole 3 acres worth of weed whacking and still didn't need to change the blades. I was also powering through some pretty thick bushes with ease. Highly recommended.
the trimmer may be jammed with hair particles. clean the trimmer blades really good with an old toothbrush dipped in rubbing alcohol. you can also turn it on with the tip of the trimmer blade dipped in a shallow container of alcohol.
if your trimmer blade is sufficiently clean and still doesnt work, the rocker arm that moves the blade must be broken. Remington does not offer replacements for the trimmer part
Use a large pair of pliers to hold the turning metal ring above the T35 trimmer head. I used a medium-sized pair of Channel Lock pliers. Then, turn the trimmer head counter-clockwise and it should unscrew from the mount. There's no need to open the trimmer head for this operation. Then, follow the parts diagram in the trimmer user manual to install the blade parts in the right order.
look if the trimmer is pulling hair, its not lack of oil
its maybe the speed of the trimmer needs to be faster.
its the the plastic flat head skrew on the side.check if the blades separate easiley if theyt do sometimes that makes the trimmer pull hair to.there might be a little plate on the inside of the trimmer and its not holding the blades tight.adjust that not to tight though then the trimmer wont cut