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You need to clean carburator. The bowl float opens and closes the pin valve. The float may have a leak, if gas inside float, it needs replacing. Or the valve is sticking. Get a good carb cleaner product at parts store. If its very bad you may need to take carb apart and soak the parts to clean them. Make sure you are turning off gas valve when not in use. You should turn off gas valve and let the motor run out of gas before using kill switch to drain gas from carberator each time its run. Then this won't happen. If no gas valve, buy one and install. Its worth it.
This isn't a solution to the problem. However, I think you should talk to someone at Home Depot or Lowes or wherever you bought the model, and see if the string is in there correctly; if it is, then u'r weed wacker must have some other mechanical problem. Sometimes it is just best to buy a new one. The more expensive models are the best.