Repairs Repair Manual

Eastbx

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Trying to rebuild, although may not be worth the headache, a string trimmer model # UT21006A. Can anyone tell me where I can get a Repair/Service manual with specs?
 

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I could not find one anywhere. Must be dealer only. I will be corrected if Im wrong.
 

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Eastbx, My experience is limited to one attempt on a Ryobi which served well for 10 years. I attempted to strip it down to look at the "main" bearing. I found out later it is one of the "half crank" designs which are intended to be thrown away. And the disigners make it very difficult to look at. Ruined the clutch trying. This was a $200 unit and the repair pa rts quickly add up to e.g. $100, so I finally gave up. I do not know if the better units can be rebuilt. The fly magnet had begun to contact the coil which seemed like wobble to me.
 

Eastbx

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Thank you Gentlmen,
I've been looking for a manual for awhile now. I've finally contacted customer service and they responded that HomeLite doesn't publish a repair manual...? Wow. They sell parts but no repair manual. I guess I'll have to figure it out.
 

mechanic mark

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Thank you Gentlmen,
I've been looking for a manual for awhile now. I've finally contacted customer service and they responded that HomeLite doesn't publish a repair manual...? Wow. They sell parts but no repair manual. I guess I'll have to figure it out.
They want more of your money, let us know how it goes.
 

mechanic mark

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Thank you Gentlmen,
I've been looking for a manual for awhile now. I've finally contacted customer service and they responded that HomeLite doesn't publish a repair manual...? Wow. They sell parts but no repair manual. I guess I'll have to figure it out.
They want more of your money, let us know how it goes.
 

BigNutz

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I'm going through the same thing with one of their MightyLite backpack leaf blowers. I can't even find a full carb rebuild kit, just a couple gaskets. I'm still going to tear into it. Why? Because I want to get some good knowledge and see if I can figure out why it stalls out when I increase throttle. I can get most of the other parts for the actual engine though, so I'm fortunate there. I'm pretty new to this small engine stuff, so it's all still pretty new and interesting for me.
 
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