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Judy Specht from California on March 31, 2013: I can't ever get the string to bump properly. Double-line trimmers typically divide the spool into two halves (one fore each protruding line). The upper shaft on a Ryobi string trimmer can be somewhat tricky to replace. Question: Why does the nylon line get longer when using a string trimmer? Trimmers make use of a monofilament nylon line for cutting. Last Updated: June 24, 2019 My weed eater has two slots on the head to thread pieces of string through. Pull the line from the other side until equal amounts of line are on both sides of the spool. So lubricating oil must be mixed with gas before filling the tank. The cutter on the trimmer guard should cut the line in any case. String trimmers are designed to cut grass that is not easily reached by a mower like under bushes or up against walls. Prime the engine by pushing the primer button about 8 times. When they figure how to make a battery powered one perform like a 10 amp corded trimmer with run time of gas, then gas trimmers will be a dead market. The line keeps hitting with the plastic guard and makes an awful noise. Make sure the spool is seated properly in the head before you screw on the cover. Thin line will wear and quicker when attempting to cut dense vegetation with an electric trimmer so just take it easy with it or try using a thicker line. Mix fuel as outlined above and fill the tank at least half full. Geraldine South Africa. I will take your advice and take more care to only use the cutting tip of the line and move into grass slowly a little at a time. Clear the waste out of the way as you work if you find it's tangling up in the cutting head. Changing the Line on a Single-Line Trimmer, {"smallUrl":"https:\/\/www.wikihow.com\/images\/thumb\/2\/2f\/Change-the-String-on-a-Lawn-Trimmer-Step-1-Version-4.jpg\/v4-460px-Change-the-String-on-a-Lawn-Trimmer-Step-1-Version-4.jpg","bigUrl":"\/images\/thumb\/2\/2f\/Change-the-String-on-a-Lawn-Trimmer-Step-1-Version-4.jpg\/aid168693-v4-728px-Change-the-String-on-a-Lawn-Trimmer-Step-1-Version-4.jpg","smallWidth":460,"smallHeight":345,"bigWidth":"728","bigHeight":"546","licensing":"

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\n<\/p><\/div>"}. The chances though are that the bearing on the trimmer head (at the end of the shaft) will wear out before this happens. % of people told us that this article helped them. Put the cover back on the reel holder (if there is one) While still holding the end of the line, push the reel holder cover in as if you're doing a bump feed and pull more line out then release it. This may also be a good time to apply lube to relevant parts. I don't know whether oiling the line would be effective but you could try using a silicone spray which would be less messy than oil. Check the size of the slots closely. Keep your string trimmer tilted toward the area being cut; Pass the unit from left to right (if using a curved shaft string trimmer) and from right to left (if using a straight shaft string trimmer). It doesn't matter if I am going fast or slow, in heavy vegetation or light. Lower powered electric trimmers are normally used with fairly light gage line, about 1.5 mm / 0.06 inch (about 1/16 inch). How do I replace the string in a double wire weed eater that doesn't wind strings because they fold in half then go through two holes? Hedwig Storch, CC BY SA 3.0 Unported via Wikimedia Commons. The string on my flymo trimmer keeps flying out. Everytime I weed eat the string breaks. Answer: Try and wind the line tight and evenly. The line of my weed eater keeps breaking any ideas. In general gas powered models are more powerful, but high powered electric models are also available such as the Greenworks 21142. There may be some variation as regards setting choke positions, so consult the instructions that came with your machine. Any thoughts? The mechanism that releases the line (if it atofeeds or line can be fed out by bumping the head) may be damaged. However, some manufacturers recommend that you mix 1 part oil with 25 parts petrol. REMOVING THE STARTER ROPE 1. Eugene Brennan (author) from Ireland on August 24, 2018: The line should be on the same plane as the cutter so that it'll always cut it. I presume you've tried to wind it tight and even as suggested, so excess line doesn't fly out and get cut off when it feeds. Look in from the side without the guard and you should be able to see it. String trimmer out of whack? EXPAND-IT RY15524 trimmer pdf manual download. Some manufacturers recommend a 1:25 ratio for their engines so check your manual. Greenworks 21142 model. If you're referring to a string trimmer that doesn't have an line feed feature, you do exactly as you describe -- fold the lines in half, insert, and cut to length (if needed). You don't have to be overly fussy about this. Even won a $100 bet against a gas one. Insert the line in the eyelet on the string trimmer housing. When I was weed eating on Monday, I was cutting down some high weeds with my weed eater, when a bunch of them got wounded up on the weed eater I had to cut the weeds to remove them from the weed eater. Like most power tools nowadays, they are available in gas, electric corded and rechargeable battery cordless versions.The machine was invented in the early 1970s by George Ballas of Houston, Texas. The string trimmer I use keeps having problems. However try to pull the line tight as you wind the spool to prevent excessive line feeding out as the head spins. You could poke it out with a long thin screwdriver, opened out wire coat hanger or similar. Quite the opposite. This is available in sizes up to 4 mm / 0.16 inch (about 3/16 inch ). The author is very sincere and dedicated. Eugene Brennan (author) from Ireland on September 18, 2016: Hi John, I never thought of doing that because I've never had trouble with binding. In any case, a cutting knife at the perimeter of the guard on the trimmer keeps the line trimmed and prevents it hitting or extending beyond the guard (which will slow or stall the machine and create a hazard). It's time to face the fix. Two stroke oil is designed to burn as cleanly as possible with the fuel. Before you change the string on a lawn trimmer, make sure your trimmer is turned off and that the engine is cool to the touch to avoid any injuries. Eugene Brennan (author) from Ireland on September 12, 2018: Great! It has a high strength inner core and an outer coating to prevent welding. Maybe the Elephant grass is too strong for it Will also try and tie string tighter. You can use a thicker line but it is less effective when cutting at low speeds. The line is already shorter than the cutter can reach. Answer: Yes, you can cut any height of grass. The article is well written and easy to understand. The square edges also improve cutting efficiency compared to standard round profile typeCheck your trimmer to see whether it is compatible with this diameter line. Husbands shouldnt die before wives!! This knife should be sharp, otherwise it won't cut the line. It is well illustrated with photographs. I maintain a sort of "kerb(curb)" effect at the edges of my flower beds, and the soil is lower than the lawn and slopes upwards and backwards (see photo below). John Hansen from Queensland Australia on October 28, 2015: This was a very useful article eugbug. When winding, try to keep it even plus wind tightly as shown in the video. This has a 10 amp motor (equivalent to over 1100 watt or 1 1/2 HP). If the line binds, it could be because the turns on the spool are wound too closely together. Oil can then be measured out into a graduated measuring cup or any other suitable container which you know the volume of. If you really can’t stand to see another ad again, then please consider supporting our work with a contribution to wikiHow. Home-owner grade trimmer line by Rino-Tuff from Amazon. In general, the oil to gas ratio for a 2-stroke engine should be 1:50. This two-line trimmer typically uses 0. He attached fishing line to the head of a lawn edger and was able to cut grass and weeds with his concoction. When I open the head the line gets caught around itself. Is yours the same or is it supposed to auto feed as the line shortens? There are 29 references cited in this article, which can be found at the bottom of the page. Ryobi’s 132R Trimmer Plus electric grass and weed trimmer utilizes nylon monofilament line to cut vegetation. When using an electric trimmer, cut with the bare tip of the line because this is the section which moves at the highest speed, Don't let the line slap into grass. Start inserting your new line by wrapping it in neat, straight rows to avoid jams. Don't bury it in growth. Make sure the end of the line is fully attached to the spool by feeding it through the thread hole or guide designed for this purpose. The line generally turns clockwise (viewed from above), so when it's to right of the cutting head it's heading towards you and when on the left, it heading away from you. Visit an authorized Ryobi dealer and acquire a new attachment head assembly (Ryobi part number 180897). When I restart it again functions but if I begin to cut again it stops and doesn't cut. Although buying a well known brand doesn't necessarily guarantee a reliable or durable product, it does mean that spare parts are more easily sourced.Your choices are gas, electric or battery (cordless). View and Download Ryobi EXPAND-IT RY15524 operator's manual online. I end up with a lot of the lower second string still on the spool, when the top is gone, and mostly, I'm cutting with one string. Question: Can you use a string trimmer for cutting overgrown grass that's 2 feet tall? Husbands shouldnt die before wives!! You can buy this line in spools or rolls of varying lengths and cut it to size. The clutch is located up near the engine. Usually there's an arrow indicating which way to wind. This string trimmer is designed to deliver cordless convenience without sacrificing power. You can buy small bottles of two stroke oil which are sufficient to make up about a gallon or 5 liters (litres) of mix in a gerry can. The tension in the line makes it stiff and the inertia of the line gives it the energy to cut. So it's hard to tell really what the best option, probably doesn't make much difference. For a 25:1 ratio, double the amount of oil. My step son uses the electric weed wacker, by starting and stopping the engine constantly. This will vary depending on your trimmer, but the spool or bearing may need to be lubricated. Long grass may tend to tangle in the head so cut a bit a little at a time by moving the tip of the line slowly into the grass. it's slippery). Eugene Brennan (author) from Ireland on July 04, 2017: You could use a brushcutter. Why do you think the gasoline string lawn trimmers do not have the engine cylinder and engine cylinder head as one piece or have the head thread onto the cylinder? If it cut out with the choke on, try turning off the choke and re-pulling the cord. The only thing I can suggest is to try and keep the winding neat with turns side by side as you wind, then put your finger on the end of the line to stop the turns unravelling as you replace the spool into the head. Michael M. Rodriguez from Orlando on October 25, 2014: Too great. This garden power tool has many names depending on where you live in the world, but one thing is sure, it certainly beats a hedge shears for trimming and edging! Line comes out of the spool when running. The leaves of cordylines are really awful and will tangle up a trimmer line and wrap themselves around the head. Add the oil to the gas can and then swirl it around to mix thoroughly. Thankyou Eugene. I can't get string to go inside one of the slots. I hate weed eaters. Possibly the clutch is worn or the clutch springs have broken. Remove the rear cover. Answer: Firstly, if it's brand new, bring it back or send it back if you bought it online, because it'll be on warranty for probably a year. Question: Head of a Stihl string trimmer stops moving and makes a bad noise. When you have decided to replace the cutting string on your Ryobi weed eater, commonly known as string trimmers and weed whackers, always use the correct line size that is recommended for that particular model. In other words it is less likely to stick as it unwinds from the spool. This string trimmer delivers longer runtime, and fade-free power. Suggestions? Check on the manufacturer's website to see what kind of line you need and cut it to the correct length. This equates to 20 ml per liter or 2.6 US fluid ounces per US gallon. 1:40 or 1:30 is probably a good compromise. This balances the machine better. I have a Ryobi trimmer but the silly string is stuck! Do you ever oil your trimmer line to prevent binding? Some of the most reviewed RYOBI string trimmers are the RYOBI ONE+ 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Electric Cordless String Trimmer and Edger - 1.3 Ah Battery and Charger Included with 8,435 reviews and the RYOBI 40-Volt X Lithium-Ion Expand-It Kit with String Trimmer/Edger/Pole Saw/Blower, 4.0 Ah Battery and Charger Included with 7,436 reviews. Hi, Eugene, not sure if your still responding to comments but here goes. I haven't found anything obvious that would be cutting the string. Where is it? How to Change the String on a Lawn Trimmer, http://www.lowes.com/projects/lawn-and-garden/string-trimmer-maintenance/project, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OQauZqaEBUI&feature=youtu.be, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pOO6yIRtukU, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WFu66Q6J62Q, http://www.stihlusa.com/information/how-to-guides/wind-and-replace-string-trimmer-line, http://www.mtdparts.com/equipment/mtdparts/knowledge-center/maintenance/new-trimmer-line-in-bump-head, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OQauZqaEBUI, Die Schnur an einem Rasentrimmer wechseln, consider supporting our work with a contribution to wikiHow. What could be the problem? Watch out for shrubs and trees also, the line can easily strip bark and stunt growth. Eugene Brennan (author) from Ireland on July 25, 2019: Turning a motor on and off causes a surge of current into the motor, plus over time arcing of the switch contacts in the trigger can cause arcing and degradation of the switch. See also the comment by Dennis below. It still wears rapidly, but just a little bit at a time rather than in large pieces, Thinner gage line will snap more readily. Question: How do I prevent line fusion of a string trimmer? Also, the drive shaft may have broken or the section where the shaft joins with the head could be damaged. Feed the line through the hole in the cutter head. This makes it easy to trim the grass at the edge of the lawn when it gets ragged. Thanks for the help! This article is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge. It can only start but cannot cut. Remove the (4) screws from the rear cover. Eugene Brennan (author) from Ireland on August 11, 2016: Hi Len, as outlined in the article above, try to cut with the tip of the line, don't bury it in vegetation or let it slap off concrete. It's good for freeing hooks/rings on curtain rails, so it might also work for trimmer line. This article has been viewed 496,254 times. Eugene Brennan (author) from Ireland on March 31, 2013: Hi tamron, thanks for the comments and dropping by! Please, what causes this? How do I keep sufficient tension on the spool on the line? My trimmer's guard lost two of the three screws holding it in place, and it made the guard hang just a little bit too low. In this case, the trimmer is first used in the normal horizontal mode to taper the grass level to the edge of the bed, which looks better. Include your email address to get a message when this question is answered. They're different sizes; select the one appropriate for your size of line. Alternatively you can buy larger liter or quart bottles of oil. There's no growth yet because we're getting blasted in northern Europe by cold east winds from Siberia for the last month. What can I do? https://www.wikihow.com/Change-the-String-on-a-Lawn-Trimmer Tabs, as noted in this wiki, and 2. One big battery runs about 45 minutes. However it's likely that centrifugal force would just throw lubricant off the coils as the head spins. It's probably a good idea to wipe out any remaining oil from the measuring cup with a paper towel, otherwise all sorts of dust and dirt, spiders and insects will have stuck to the oil by the time you use it the next time. If it doesn't start after a few attempts, turn the choke back on and re-starting. The Ryobi Expand-It cordless string trimmer has a bump feed to dispense more line and is one of the easiest and most straightforward to replace the string on. How do I lubricate the power head on a lawn trimmer? 0.095 inch diameter (2.4mm), 3 pound, 685 foot spool of professional trimming line manufactured by Oregon. What can I do if the spool won't come undone so I can refill my lawn trimmer? Thanks. There is an arrow on the spool to show you the direction in which to wind the line. String Trimmer (Strimmer) Won't Work: 2-Stroke Engine and Carburetor Troubleshooting. RYOBI ONE+ STRING TRIMMER/EDGER REVIEW How to change string, and how to convert between edger/weed eater. Please help us continue to provide you with our trusted how-to guides and videos for free by whitelisting wikiHow on your ad blocker. Content is for informational or entertainment purposes only and does not substitute for personal counsel or professional advice in business, financial, legal, or technical matters. By following these directional cutting paths, you will avoid having debris and grass clippings from being directed back at … It's time to face the fix. Then when i started it back up it had a hard time spinning. Adjust the distance of the head from the ground so that the full extent of the line isn't rubbing off the ground surface either. Curved Shaft Trimmer AttachmENT. Consult your manual for details. With a little help, it won’t be long before you’re out trimming your lawn once more. Always be careful when trimming around small plants and flowers as they can be easily damaged. What do I do if I can't remove the spool on my weed eater trimmer? So basically it is like a spinning whip.This guide shows you how to wind the spool, and cut, without breaking the line! A gas trimmer has more power, is usually fitted with heavier gage line, and you can allow more of the line into the vegetation without it slowing down. Trimmers are produced by all the well known tool manufacturers. This article has been viewed 496,254 times. However, it's important not to overload the trimmer if it's low powered. Trimmers generally do not require lubrication; in fact, lubricating the trimmer might attract dirt and increase the wear. I don't know how effective they would be on grass and it's unlikely they could be used up close to herbs. Overall this is an outstanding value for an out of the box tool that is good to go for any homeowner. Most trimmers have two stroke engines which don't have a sump filled with oil for lubrication (four stroke trimmers however are available). These comments do help. If you find that the line is always flying out and hitting the guard, it may be too loosely wound on the spool. Is this good to do, or should he keep the line moving at a steady pace? Nylon is used for trimmer line because of its two desirable characteristics, high resistance to abrasion and low friction coefficient (i.e. You can also buy line which has a square profile rather than round, and supposedly the "corners" cut better. Try to angle the trimmer so the guard gives you best protection, Cutting with the tip of the line to avoid breaking it. How to Change the String on a Ryobi 31cc Trimmer. If the line is wound slackly, excess line will feed out of the spool during an auto feed, or when you bump the cutting head to release line, and just end up getting snapped off by the knife on the guard of the trimmer. Do gas ones have these things? Thanks for helping with the angles. If you notice this problem, you can sharpen it with a file, sharpening stone, or angle grinder. This article provides step-by-step instructions for removing and installing the starter rope on a Ryobi trimmer. I bought a 2 stroke petrol strimmer today and after a few minutes of strimming, the line stops auto feeding. It drive me around the twist having to continually replace line in my trimmer. Light gauge line wears and snaps quicker. The reason I like this machine is because the motor is mounted near the handle end of the shaft unlike lower powered corded electric trimmers that have the motor at the cutting head. Eugene Brennan (author) from Ireland on February 16, 2019: Thanks Geraldine. × × is that good? Well illustrated hub with easy to follow instructions for weed eating! If the spool doesn’t slide easily back into the head, for example, don’t try to jam it in.

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