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Fix Number FIX12443187
Manufacturer Part Number 385022-03NThis is an OEM replacement cover for a string trimmer or edger. The cover holds the spool and line securely inside the spool housing. If this part has cracked or damaged, it will need to be replaced. When removing this part, make sure the trimmer is unplugged, release the tabs by pressing them down with your fingers, and pull it straight off. Place the new cover on by simply snapping it into place. This plastic cover is sold individually.
Fix Number FIX9927365
Manufacturer Part Number 242273-00This shunted brush is a carbon motor brush with a shunt wire. It is sold separately, however your lawnmower will have two of these, so you should consider replacing both at the same time. These two shunted carbon brushes are attached to the motor. They are in continuous contact with the spinning commutator, so they tend to wear over the use of your equipment. Replacing these brushes should be part of your regular maintenance. When the brushes are worn, this can stop the motor from being able to turn on or only turn on occasionally. A malfunctioning armature can act much the same way, so it is important to inspect it as well.
Herb from W BLOOMFIELD, MI
Worn brushesRemove cover 4 screws. Remove brush cover 1 screw. Replace brush and reverse taking apart to assemble! Read more...
Fix Number FIX9926821
Manufacturer Part Number 241125-00This is an OEM replacement part for use with lawn mower. The fan is attached to the blade and is used to divert the grass clippings away from the engine compartment. This fan is made of durable plastic. This part is sold separately.
Fix Number FIX10254180
Manufacturer Part Number 90566944This is an OEM spring located between the spool and spool cover of your trimmer. It is designed to hold the spool in position. This spring can lose tension over time and may cause the trimmer head to feed too much line or not feed any line at all, indicating the need for a new spring. The spring applies pressure to the spool, pulling it firmly next to the top of the trimmer head and lever. The lever is what regulates the amount of line coming out of the spool. This repair could not be any easier, simply remove the trimmer head cap by pushing down on the two tabs on either side. This will expose the spring, which you will see positioned onto a tab on the cap, and can just be pulled off, and a new one can be installed in its place.