How do I replace the line on an Echo gas trimmer?
Echo gas trimmers can get your tangled mess of a yard back into order in no time. They’re used to cut down high weeds along sidewalks, around garden fixtures and in landscaping. Gas line trimmers have long been recognized as the standard for a quick-trimming tool needed to maintain medium-weight weeds and tall grass around your home. Over time, the string in the trimmer will run out, however, requiring that you change it. This is a very common maintenance need, according to The Yard and Garden FixItClub, however it is easy to remedy.Remove the HeadThe first step in replacing the Echo trimmer line is to remove the trimmer head itself. This is fairly easily done by making sure the trimmer is powered OFF, placing the engine of the trimmer on the ground and lifting the trimming head so you can access the bottom of it. Depress the small button on the side of the trimmer head with your thumb, grasp the cylindrical trimmer base, and pull firmly away from the trimmer shaft. The head should dis