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This power pack edger/trimmer that says NO Bumping Required doesn't give me more cord and hasn't since I bought it a couple of years ago. I went back to HomeDepot where I bought it and they sold me a preloaded spool designed for this product. They put it in for me and it still doesn't work.

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See my answer to this under B&D Grass Hog Electric Trimmer. Possibly, if you have the white lever mentioned in another solution, that might be it.

Posted on Sep 02, 2008

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