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Edger Repair

If your edger is experiencing any of our commonly reported symptoms, we are here to help. You will be able to find the part or parts you need from our list of suggested parts – approved by our technicians and explained by our expert team. You will be able to save time and bring your edger back to peak performance as we easily guide you through your repair process.

Leaks gas
Reported 23% of the time
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Check the primer bulb, grommet, fuel tank, fuel filter, and gas cap if your edger is leaking gas. Follow our repair and symptom guide to find the best way to fix this very common problem. This is a general guide for your repair; for more detailed information on your model, refer to the owner’s manual.
Won't start
Reported 19% of the time
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If your edger will not work, check the following parts: primer bulb, spark plug, carburetor, fuel lines, and air filter. Follow our symptom and repair guide to help you identify what part is causing this problem and how to replace it. Check the manual related to your model for more specific repair instructions. Our instructions are a general guide.
Hard to start
Reported 9% of the time
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If your edger is difficult to start, you will need to check the spark plug, air filter, primer bulb, trigger, fuel lines, and carb. This is a common symptom. Our repair and troubleshooting guide can help you identify what is causing this problem and how to best fix it. If you need specific repair instructions related to your model, refer to the manual provided by the manufacturer.
Motor spins but blades don't
Reported 7% of the time
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If your edger blades do not spin, but your motor does, check the blades, gears, shaft, clutch, belt, and springs. Then you should follow our repair and symptom guide to help you identify your problem and find the most appropriate part to replace. Check the manual related to your model for more specific repair instructions. Our instructions are a general guide.
Engine will idle but dies at full throttle
Reported 5% of the time
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If your edger will idle, but it dies at full throttle, check the following parts: the air filter, fuel filter, gasket, carburetor, and primer bulb. Follow our repair guide to help you pick the appropriate part to replace to fix this problem. Our repair information is a general guide to help you, but for more specific repair information related to your model, check your owner’s manual.
Engine lacks power
Reported 4% of the time
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If the engine in your edger has low power, refer to our repair and symptom guide to understand what is causing the reduced power in your engine. Some of the parts to check are the gasket, trigger, air filter, and spark plug. Check the manual related to your model for more specific repair instructions. Our instructions are a general guide.
Starter rope won't retract
Reported 4% of the time
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If your edger starter rope does not recoil, check the following parts: starter spring, pulley, starter, housing, and rope. Our repair and troubleshooting guide can help you replace the part causing this problem. Our repair information is a general guide to help you, but for more specific repair information related to your model, check your owner’s manual.
Can't adjust blade height or binds
Reported 4% of the time
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If the blade adjustment does not work on your edger and you are unable to adjust the height, check the rod, springs, and lever. Our repair and troubleshooting guide can help you identify the problem and how to best fix it. This is a general guide for your repair; for more detailed information on your model, refer to the owner’s manual.
Guard rattles or vibrates badly
Reported 3% of the time
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To fix the excessive vibration your edger guard is experiencing, refer to our repair and symptom guide. Our guide will help you identify what part is causing your problem, and how to best fix it. Some of parts to check are the rod, bearings, belt, guide, cover, and blade guard. Note: this is a general repair guide. Check the manual provided by your owner for more specific repair information related to your model.
Starts, runs for a while, then dies
Reported 3% of the time
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If your edger works for a while then stops, check the spark plug and carburetor. Our symptom and repair guide can help you identify which of these parts is causing your problem and how to replace them. If you need specific repair instructions related to your model, refer to the manual provided by the manufacturer.
Vibrates excessively
Reported 3% of the time
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Check the bearings, blades, supports, rods, belt, springs, and coupling if your edger is experiencing excessive vibrations. Follow our repair and symptom guide to help you replace your part and fix your problem. This is a general guide for your repair; for more detailed information on your model, refer to the owner’s manual.
Starts but immediately dies
Reported 3% of the time
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If the engine in your edger starts then dies, check the gasket, air filter, fuel lines, and primer bulb. This is a relatively common symptom that can easily be repaired if you refer to our repair and symptom guide. Note: this is a general repair guide. Check the manual provided by your owner for more specific repair information related to your model.
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