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Hello! Trimmer Line Installation; Place Trimmer On Workbench Or Floor, Grasp Trimmer Housing With Left Hand Turn Middle Nut With Right Hand,Left To Right Removing Center Peace,In Some Models Suchas Electric Models The Center Piece Just Snaps In.Remove Nut Remove Line&Spool,Bottom Caseing.If Spool&Inner Housing Is Dirty Cleam With Soap&Water.Pay Attention How Line Is Inserted Through Spool,You Will Need To Reinstall Same Way.You Will Need About Twenty Feet Of # 60 Or 65 Line.Buy Line At Any Home Improvement Center. Most Trimmers Are Double Lined.Find Middle Of Line,Thread Through Holes That Old Line Came Out Of.Wind Line Accordingly To Arrows On Spool Edge. Leave Enough Line TO Insert In Groves On Edge Of Spool.Reinstall Spool Put New Line Through Holes In Outer Housing Pull Line Untail Line Is Free.reinstall The Rest Of Parts In Reverse.Hope This Helps,don't forget to give 4 thumbs up,any comments welcome,thank you, ``
Is the remainder of the bolt still in the threads??? Get a good bolt extractor to remove it.
If the remainder has gone in the engine, if you can't get at it with a magnet (get it to the hole and thread it out) you will have to get the engine split.
Usually that happens if the vanes inside the pump are worn out. Be careful when replacing it as if you find any metal in there (fine metal flakes in fluid) you will need to flush the system to prevent the steering rack from damage. If you still find metal after a flush, you can put a filter in the line to get the remainder out. Don't panic if the new one is noisy... often they are 'till they run for about an hour.
You need to find the proper diameter line as these can vary depending on the model of the saw. I would recommend Tygon line. It is best to feed the line from the outside in and you can simplify this by cutting the fuel line on an angle and getting it started in the hole, then come from inside the tank with needle nose and pulling it the remainder of the way into the tank. Install the fuel filter, hook the other end to the carburetor and you should be good to go. Hope this helps.
clean the drain pipe line remove some foreign object inside the line that coz of blocking water going out,if clean but water not going out you need to replace the drain pump of your unit.lay down the unit check the small motor that connecting to drain line remove the screw and remember the exactly position of the parts before removing,after that buy a new one and return properly and carefully.,remind unplug the unit before anything to do.
gently pull the remainder of the tube out of the socket (pulling in a straight line from the headset as to not snap it inside of the socket). It will provide a significant amount of resistance just before it comes out. Just wiggle it the tinest little bit to help it pop out.
To put the new one in, just line it up with the socket and with your fingers close to the end going into the headset (within 3/4" - to keep from snapping the new one in half). Gently push it in. Once it gets past the initial kind of pop then it should slide the rest of the way really easy (like it does when you push it in for storage).