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Your problem is most likely related to not getting the spring and spool stops inside the spool housing assembled correctly. A spring is normally used to keep the spool pushed up against a clutch or stop mechanism. An auto feed system disengages the spool from this clutch/stop as the spool is spinning allowing a length of the plastic line to unwind off the ...


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Use a non selective herbicide to kill off the weeds, give it time to get to the roots and destroy them too so when you get a power washer, it will clean EVERYTHING out. Dirt that got in there for the weeds to start on has got to go. The roots that are buried in the cracks will decay and turn to dirt too over time, that is why the herbicide has to have time ...


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If this was my home, I would do the following to remove the eyesore and minimize the repeat of it happening in the future: Remove what I could with a weed trimmer tipping it to get into the crack as much as possible. Use a power washer or maybe a garden hose with a tight nozzle to clean out the cracks as much as possible. After it has dried out, follow the ...


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Round-Up 365 will stop frequent reoccurrence. But, with Round-Up 365 only, you spray everything down & when dead & dry in 2-weeks, just scuff the remnants away with your shoe or a string trimmer. Birds & wind are your enemies & the only way to avoid this entirely is to go with slab concrete. Not a good option unless it's colored concrete, ...


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I just figured out the answer to the problem. I had this exact same problem and just fixed it. The problem is the winding of the cutting filament. As long as all the mechanics look correct and working make sure the filament is wrapped around the spool in a clockwise direction (when looking at the spool). I tried that and it fixed the problem and I just ...


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