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How to rewind string on a homelite st175g trimmer

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have the same weedeater, see utube vids too hard to explain with words

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Manual home lite st175g


I could not find your specific model but I do have this one:
http://dl.owneriq.net/e/e795beb6-5dd6-4dbd-a82f-57b8d1a69355.pdf

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