Craftsman electric line trimmers help you get your lawn care chores done quickly. With powerful motors and precision cutting heads, Craftsman electric line trimmers easily tackle edging and weed eating tasks in your yard. When your Craftsman electric line trimmer isn't working as it should, rely on Sears PartsDirect to have the replacement parts you need to fix the problem.
Common Craftsman electric line trimmer replacement parts
Trigger switch. The trigger switch turns the electric motor on and off to control cutting head motion on the line trimmer.
Cutting head. The cutting head houses the cutting line and spins to allow the cutting line to cut grass when the motor runs. The cutting head also controls cutting line length.
Power cord. The power cord supplies electrical current to the trigger switch and motor to spin the cutting head.
Cutting line. The cutting line that is initially installed in the cutting head of the trimmer will eventually be used up. Replacement cutting line is available in various sizes. Replace the cutting line with the proper size for your grass line trimmer.
Troubleshooting your Craftsman electric line trimmer when it won't run
Check the power supply. Make sure that the electrical outlet that you're using to power the trimmer is good. Plug a different item into the outlet plug to check for power. Reset the house circuit breaker for the outlet if it's dead.
Check the extension cord for damage. Replace or repair broken wires in the extension cord if it's damaged.
Unplug the line trimmer and check the power cord wiring connections to the trigger switch. Reconnect any loose wires and repair any broken wires.
With the line trimmer still unplugged, check the wiring connections between the trigger switch and the motor. Reconnect any loose wires and repair any broken wires.
If all wiring connections are okay, you may need to replace the trigger switch or the motor.