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How do I change the spool on strimmer GL652 - Black & Decker Garden

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SOURCE: purchased a gardentec petrol strimmer a while back from netto store...where can i get a spool replacment to fit my strimmer.

It's a ryobi strimmer re-badged- check ebay...

Posted on Oct 09, 2012

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Pull the spool straight off, out of the head. Look at the bottom of the spool, you'll see arrows indicating the direction that the line should be wound. Now, look at the spool. You'll see that there are actually two spools, made together. In the middle part of each spool, you'll see a small hole. There should also be a notch in between the two spools.

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