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 Worx WG151.5 Cordless String Trimmer Parts


Self Tapping Screw3.9X16
Part Number: 50002822
In Stock, 2 Available
Price:  $2.07
Battery 20V Lithium Ion (Worx Recomended Replacement)
Note: 2.0 Ah 20V WA3525. Please Note: It is recommended you purchase the 20 Volt Charger for this battery
Part Number: 50024065
In Stock, 3 Available
Price:  $81.15
Spool Assembly
Part Number: 50015034
Backorder: No ETA.
Price:  $4.99
Cutting Head Cover
Part Number: 50006531
In Stock, 25+ Available
Price:  $4.99
Flower Guard Wire
Part Number: 50017881
In Stock, 13 Available
Price:  $3.99
Clamping Plate
Part Number: 50017882
In Stock, 2 Available
Price:  $2.07
Screw
Part Number: 50002950
In Stock, 6 Available
Price:  $2.07
Bracket Asm
Part Number: 50017883
In Stock, 7 Available
Price:  $15.39
Battery 20V Lithium Ion (Worx Recomended Replacement)
Note: 2.0 Ah 20V WA3525. Please Note: It is recommended you purchase the 20 Volt Charger for this battery
Part Number: 50024065
In Stock, 3 Available
Price:  $81.15
Nut
Part Number: 50002546
Ships In 12 - 18 Business Days
Price:  $3.99
Wall Bracket
Part Number: 50018197
Ships In 12 - 18 Business Days
Price:  $7.96
Bolt And Screw
Part Number: 50012045
Ships In 12 - 18 Business Days
Price:  $2.07
Trigger
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Part Number: 50017861
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Linkage
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Part Number: 50017862
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Switch
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Part Number: 50017863
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Tc Terminal Assembly
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Part Number: 50017864
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Motor
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Part Number: 50006528
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Line Feeder Assy
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Part Number: 50014130
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Compression Spring
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Part Number: 50018904
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Bolt
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Part Number: 50002585
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Accessories
Accessories for the Worx WG151.5

Questions & Answers

The bottom half (underneath) of the ratcheting handle broke on my trimmer. Do u make replacement?
Robert for model number WG151.5
Hello Robert, thank you for writing. The part you described does not appear in the parts list for this model. Please reach out to Worx at 1-866-354-9679 directly to obtain the part number you need to order. Once you have this information, please feel free to check back with us for pricing and availability information. Thank you.
Discussion
Discussion for the Worx WG151.5 Cordless String Trimmer

Discussion is closed. To ask our experts a question about a part, use the Q&A feature on our product pages.
Question: Trimmer

1205942

I don't know if the battery is bad or the charger is bad. Any way to find out?
I don't know if the battery is bad or the charger is bad. Any way to find out?
how do you find out if its the charger is bad or the battery is bad
how do you find out if its the charger is bad or the battery is bad
WJA
To check your battery, get a volt meter and touch the negative. and positive tabs. Even if the battery has discharged you should still get a reading of 20 volts or close to it.
WJA
To check your battery, get a volt meter and touch the negative. and positive tabs. Even if the battery has discharged you should still get a reading of 20 volts or close to it.
Question: Worx Cutting Head Cover

iam4golf

I find these covers are not strong enough and break easy. Must replace often even when used carefully
is this part necessary for proper operation
WJA
Hello 1282131,

The Worx 50006531 Cutting Head Cover, is a necessary part of the trimmer. It keeps the spool intact inside the head and keeps it from falling out.

-WJA
Question: Trimmer Model 155

runner

trimmer model is not listed in worx information
WJA
Hello runner,

If you could let us know what you need for the WG155. We sure do our best to locate what ever you need.

-WJA
Question: Is There A Substitute?

1179387

I need a guard for my weed trimmer. But my models guard is discontinued. Is there a substitute?
WJA
Hello 1179387,

When the manufacture stopped supplying the 50006536 guard. They did not come out with a substitute. There were a lot of these trimmers sold. So you can keep searching on line for one. Hopefully one of the service centers or someone else may still have some in stock.

Good luck,
-WJA
Part #50006536 has been replaced by part #50023375.

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Question: Battery

1163101

What if anything replaces this battery or do I just throu this equipment and purchase new ones I only purchased the weed wacker and blower last year.????????????
WJA
Hello 1163101,

I have read a few forums regarding the Worx battery. And for what I read, it hasn't been a very reliable battery since it came out. You may try one of the many battery rebuilding shops. To see if they can rebuild it with better cells. The machines are good as far as I read. They have just had so many problems with their batteries.

-WJA
what kind of a company tells you buy a new trimmer when the battery dies/because they have battery problem and won't stand back of there battery/i would NEVER BUY YOUR PRODUCT AGAIN will tell my friends the same////
WJA
Hello 1177982,

I know exactly how you feel. But we are not Worx. We are a supplier of their parts and accessories, and can only order the items that they have and can provide to us for our customers. You may want to contact Worx and explain to them your feelings towards the problems you are having. You never know, they may be able to help you out in some way.

Good luck,
-WJA
You can get replacement batteries for model WG151 here

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Question: How Do You Remove The Cutting He...

ronniesmom

The cutting head spins freely both clockwise and counter-clockwise and does not loosen at all no matter how long you spin it. Can someone please clarify how the old cutting head is removed so I can replace it with the new one?
The cutting head spins freely both clockwise and counter-clockwise and does not loosen at all no matter how long you spin it. Can someone please clarify how the old cutting head is removed so I can replace it with the new one?
WJA
Hello ronniesmom,

Looking at the parts diagram, once you remove the cutting head cover and the spool and line, there is a nut right below the line feeder assembly that needs to be removed. Then the cutting head will hopefully be easily removed.

Hope this helps,
-WJA
WJA
Hello ronniesmom,

Looking at the parts diagram, once you remove the cutting head cover and the spool and line, there is a nut right below the line feeder assembly that needs to be removed. Then the cutting head will hopefully be easily removed.

Hope this helps,
-WJA
Yes, there is a nut, but how to hold motor shaft while unscrewing cutting head? dismantle motor housing, several screws, to get to motor. At the motor end opposite the cutting head the motor shaft is flatted so one can grip the motor shaft with a pliers while unscrewing the cutting head.

DLR
Yes, there is a nut, but how to hold motor shaft while unscrewing cutting head? dismantle motor housing, several screws, to get to motor. At the motor end opposite the cutting head the motor shaft is flatted so one can grip the motor shaft with a pliers while unscrewing the cutting head.

DLR
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