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I have a sovreign 25cc trimmer and was wondering where the idle screw is on it any ideas

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Go to the Sears URL page listed and click on the sears number you find on your string trimmer and see the exploded parts of that model.

http://www.searspartsdirect.com/partsdirect/brands-products/Craftsman-Parts/Grass-trimmer-weed-wacker-Parts

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