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Mounting of nylon cutting head where is the hole in the head case to insert the hex head wrench? P8 of instruction manual.

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  • jematson Dec 31, 2010

    makita model RST210

  • jematson Dec 31, 2010

    makita RST210

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    The Brand is Makita Model No. RST 210

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Hi,
It will be on the very bottom on the head... you may have to pop off the cover or insert to find the hole...

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What is the make and model of the trimmer? There are many types, and a make and model will help.

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    The hole is located under the bump feed cover.

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