Question about Black & Decker String Trimmer Cordless 12" 18V
While using strimmer,heard a snapping noise,after that the line spool felt like it was disconected to whatever drives it around,question can it be repaired by opening unit and effecting repair myself without buying new part. Thanks in advance. Jim
Yes it can be repaired Jim. The belt has probably snapped. It happened on mine. Just undo all the screws and one hidden screw underneath the black lable near the number one, which is on the same side as all the other screws. Run your finger over the lable and you should feel it. Just pull the telescopic arm out and lift up the motor slightly so that you can place a new belt on. Simple as. Hope this helps
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