Change the spark plug, blast the carb with a VERY LITTLE shot of carb cleaner (aerosol, not pour liquid). Spray for not even one second, wait and run for ten seconds, then another quick shot of carb cleaner. Repeat four or five times, if necessary. Clean the air filter, it's in the little black plastic box, on the outside of the motor. clean the throttle linkages, on outside body of the little carburetor. You can also use the carb cleaner for this as well ($5.00). Slap her back together, and away ya go. By the way, DON'T FORGET TO ENSURE THE SPARK PLUG IS PROPERLY GAPPED FOR THAT PARTICULAR MACHINE. Good Luck.
Where is the nearest parts dealer/repair shop for Weedeater ?
You can get rid of an old weed eater at a recycling center. If you take the weed eater apart, you can get money for the metal.
Mister Weed-Eater was created in 1993.
i bought a weed eater used so i dont have the manual and the last owner told me that the trimmer doesnt need the mix of gas and oil i wanna know if that is right? thank you for the help...
You can get them at Home Depot, Lowes, and some small repair shops.
One reason that the pull cord on a Weed Eater Blower may have become stuck is because the spring broke. You can try to take it apart to fix it, but it can be difficult. The best option is to bring it into a repair shop.
What type of oil does weed eater or7000
the correct name is weed whacker, weed eater is only used by people down south...the more common name is weed whacker because it is the tools name whereas weed eater is only a brand name and not the official name of the tool
THE ONE IK HAVE RUNS AT A 32:1 fuel/oil mixture
all you do is take the bottle of spray and put it on the weed eater