A string trimmer is an essential tool for lawn maintenance. It can aid in the removal of overgrown weeds and grasses and act as a lawn edger. A nylon string at the bottom of the tool is responsible for the trimming action. It spins at a high rate of speed and cuts down any unwanted growth. Over time the nylon string will split or break, making it necessary to put new line in your trimmer.
Establish the correct string size for your trimmer. Check the instruction booklet if you are not sure. The most typical size is .80 mm.
Unscrew the cap on the bottom of the trimmer spool.
Remove the spool and discard any pieces of string that are still remaining.
Unroll thestring from the replacement coil. Cut off a piece about 6 to 8 feet long.
Feed the string through the starter hole on the spool.
Wind the string onto the spool. The string should be loaded in the direction indicated on the side of the spool.
Leave 6 to 8 inches of string remaining at the end of the spool. Thread this through the bottom of the opening on the spool.
Insert the spool back into the trimmer and feed the string through the hole to the side of the trimmer head.
Reattach the cap to the bottom of the trimmer.