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FIXYA has no idea where you sent it . being a repair forum .

The Computers &... | Answered just now | 26 views


we have no clue as to what they REPAIR SHOP will charge you to put a new spring in the tensioner .

Sewing Machines | Answered 5 minutes ago | 16 views


call a repair service

Westinghouse... | Answered 9 minutes ago | 22 views


should have adjusters on the bottom to fix the problem if not get some plastic shims from home improvement store and use as many as needed

Bosch... | Answered 12 minutes ago | 16 views


perhaps that is because you make your own password after getting it ,as with most all devices

Televison &... | Answered 13 minutes ago | 12 views


Google make of phone and unblocking instructions , or what ever you can think of . we do not know what phone she has .

The Computers &... | Answered 15 minutes ago | 15 views


Sounds like your shift rod has slipped go to Parts Tree Repair Clinic they may have a video.

Craftsman Garden | Answered 16 minutes ago | 57 views


My info shows this for location.
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Ford Cars &... | Answered 4 minutes ago | 17 views


I have a Ryobi Model RY28040 straight shaft line trimmer. In my case I replaced the complete String Head Assembly that includes the String Head Housing, Spring, and Spool and the string still did not advance. I then discovered that the bolt in the Spool Retainer cap (the red cap that attaches the spool to the shaft) was fused and not moving. The bolt needs to be loose inside the cap in order to allow the spool to move in and out by the spring. I loosened the bolt and fastened the spool back onto the shaft. Fired it up and bumped it a few times and the line began to advance. Turns out I probably only needed to replace the Spool Retainer rather than the String Head Assembly.

Ryobi 18 Volt... | Answered 22 minutes ago | 689 views


Info is vague, type and model might help

Cameras | Answered 33 minutes ago | 15 views

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