DIY grass line trimmer repair
If your grass line trimmer is leaking gas, sputtering or won't start at all, Sears PartsDirect has the repair help you need to get this essential yard tool running again. Check out one of the symptoms below to see what the most common repairs are for the problem. Then let our step-by-step repair guides show you how to complete those gas line trimmer repairs.
Find out how to tune up and maintain your gas line trimmer, solve cutting line problems and get tips for a hard-to-start trimmer on our articles and videos page. To find the owner’s manual or a complete list of replacement parts for your grass line trimmer, search for your model number.
The fuel line on a grass line trimmer deteriorates with time and eventually can split or crack. You can replace it yourself, following these instructions.
If the line trimmer won't start even though there's fuel in the tank, the carburetor could be the problem. Follow these instructions to replace the carburetor in under 30 minutes.
If the line trimmer engine won't start even though there's fuel in the tank, the carburetor could be the problem. Follow these instructions to do the job in under 30 minutes.
Use the advice and tips in these articles and videos to get the most out of your grass line trimmer.
These tips may help you get your hard-to-start gas line trimmer running.
Find out how to take care of your grass line trimmer from the start of the trimming season until the end, with this helpful maintenance checklist.
Follow these tips to prevent the cutting line on your grass line trimmer from breaking or feeding out too much or too little.
Follow the steps in this video to replace a leaking fuel line in a line trimmer.
Tune of your grass line trimmer, following the steps in this video.
Learn about some very easy do-it-yourself repairs for a grass line trimmer.