This Dewalt trimmer line installation guide will show you how to put new trimmer line in your Dewalt trimmer.
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Dewalt Trimmer Lines
Installing Dewalt trimmer line is a simple process that can be completed in a few minutes with the right tools. You will need a spool of Dewalt trimmer line, gloves, and a screwdriver. First, you will need to remove the old trimmer line from the spool. To do this, you will need to remove the retaining cap and unscrew the spool.
Types of Dewalt Trimmer Lines
Dewalt trimmer lines come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and materials. The three most common types of trimmer line are round, oval, and square. The type of line you choose will depend on the job you are doing.
Round trimmer line is the most common type of line used on string trimmers. It is good for general purpose trimming and edging.
Oval trimmer line is less common than round trimmer line, but it is becoming more popular. Oval line is good for heavy-duty trimming and edging. It can handle thicker grass and weeds better than round line.
Square trimmer line is the least common type of trimmer line. It is good for very heavy-duty trimming and edging. Square line can handle thick grass and weeds better than round or oval line.
How to Install Dewalt Trimmer Line
Installing Dewalt trimmer line is a quick and easy process that anyone can do. Dewalt trimmer line comes in a variety of sizes and colors to match your specific needs. Follow the steps below to ensure proper installation.
1. Start by disconnecting the trimmer from the power source.
2. Remove the old trimmer line from the spool by pulling it out. If the line is difficult to remove, you can use a pair of pliers to help.
3. Measure out the new trimmer line to the desired length and cut it with a sharp knife or scissors.
4. Insert one end of the new trimmer line into the hole in the center of the spool.
5. Wrap the trimmer line around the spool in a clockwise direction until it is completely wrapped around at least once.
Installing Dewalt Trimmer Line
Dewalt trimmer line can be easily installed by following these simple steps. You will need a Dewalt trimmer, a spool of Dewalt trimmer line, and a set of pliers. First, remove the old trimmer line from the spool. Next, thread the new trimmer line through the eyelets on the spool. Finally, use the pliers to tighten the line.
Step 1: Prepare the Trimmer
Remove the trimmer head from the Dewalt trimmer by loosening the knob at the top of the shaft. Pull the head off of the shaft. Unscrew the knob that holds the guard in place and remove the guard. Pull any old line out of the trimmer head.
Step 2: Cut the Trimmer Line
With a pair of heavy duty scissors or a utility knife, cut the trimmer line to the length you need. Make sure to measure twice and cut once! You don’t want to end up with too much or too little trimmer line.
Once you have the trimmer line cut to size, it’s time to install it on your trimmer.
Step 3: Install the Trimmer Line
Now that you have the bump feed headed in the right direction, it’s time to install the trimmer line. Begin by unscrewing the trimmer head counterclockwise. Some heads will have a knob that needs to be turned, while others will need a flathead screwdriver to loosen the head. With the head removed, take out any old trimmer line that may be leftover from previous use. Once the head is empty, insert your new trimmer line.
For smaller trimmer heads, you will likely only need one strand of trimmer line. Larger heads may require two or more strands, depending on their size. If you are using multiple strands, be sure to crisscross them before placing them in the head so that they are evenly distributed. As you insert the new trimmer line, pay attention to the way it is seated in the head. Most bump feed heads have notches or teeth that must be lined up with the trimmer line in order for it to feed properly. If your trimmer line is not installed correctly, it will not advance when you release the bump feed button.
Step 4: Test the Trimmer Line
Now that you’ve installed the trimmer line, it’s time to test it out. Start by attaching the trimmer line to the spool. Then, pull on the trimmer line to make sure it’s installed correctly. If the trimmer line comes loose, go back and check your work. Make sure the trimmer line is wound in the correct direction and that all of the notches are lined up correctly.
Once you’re sure the trimmer line is installed correctly, put the spool back on the trimmer and turn on the power. Slowly feed out some of the trimmer line as you walk around your property, making sure to keep an even tension on the line. If you notice any areas where the trimmer line is getting tangled or frayed, stop and adjust accordingly.
After you’ve finished trimming your lawn, turn off the power and disconnect the trimmer line from the spool. Dispose of any damaged or frayed trimmer line and put fresh line on the spool for next time.