Leo-Cedarville, Indiana
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After purchase new the recoil starter failed after three starts.Back to Sears.

Three weeks later-started twice and recoil failed again. three weeks later got it back. Used for less that 3 hours then stored for the winter. Spring.

Started four times and recoil starter failed again. Back to Sears. Three weeks later got it back. Used for about 3 hours total.

Stored for second winter. Spring 2015. Recoil starter failed for third time. Same parts fail.

Now out of warranty and Sears wants $75 + for the same repair and same parts.Store will not take the item back and will not stand behind the $75 repair.

Reviewer is in unhappy mood. Please immediately contact the author of this review to discuss bad quality of weedwacker and associated monetary loss in the amount of $200. Craftsman needs to offer any options to resolve the issue according to poster's claims.

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Anonymous
#1031183

You may need to start using this with the right way. I have checked here, then the result looks good.

http://weedeaterguides.com/how-to-load-line-on-your-trimmer-and-tips-for-starting/

Anonymous
#987904

I have the same problem, wacker runs good but unreliable starter system. I am tired of getting it fixed only to last a few starts, what is the solution?

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