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    Weed Eater Feather Weight Fl21 Manual

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    Welcome to the Weedeater Featherlite parts catalogue. On this page you will find every Weedeater model and a link to the exploded parts diagram and catalogue. We have attempted to provide every product including the older Weed eater models. All models including gas and electric trimmers are provided below.

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    Just have a browse and find your particular trimmer model and click on the link to find that specific model’s parts diagram and catalogue. You will also have the opportunity to check the cost of replacement parts and decided if you want to purchase a replacement Weed eater part. Do not forget to check out our if you need help replacing the part for your particular model. Accessories • • • • ‎ Most Popular Parts • • • • • • • • Gas Trimmers W25 Series • • • • Weed Eater Original Series • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • FL Series • • • • • • • • • FX Series • BC Series • • • • • • • SST Series • • • • • Electric Trimmers Weed Eater Original Series • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • RT Series • • • • RTE Series • • • • • • WE EL Series • • • Trimmer parts list 1.

    Trigger Switch 2. Cord Retainer 3. Recessed Plug 4. Assist Handle 5.

    Twist and Edge Button 6. Motor Housing 7. Edge Guide 8. Debris Shields 10.

    Line Limiter Blade 11. Trimmer Head with 0.065 inch Trimmer Line Parts list for Featherlite model 1. Rock Anchor Manual.

    Drive Shaft 52″ 2. Throttle Housing. Throttle Housing. Handle Assembly. Screw-Throttle Housing. Throttle Lever 7.

    Drive Shaft Housing Assembly. Hex Wrench 5/32 12. Shaft Warning Decal 13.

    Shield Kit Assembly (Metal Shield) 14. Screw-Line Limiter 15.

    Line Limiter 16. Locknut-Line Limiter 17. Screw-Gear Box 18. Lockwasher-Gear Box 19. Screw-Gear Box/Shield 20. Gear Box Assembly 21. Grass Washer 23.

    Hub Assembly 24. Release Button 26. Spool with Line 27. Cutting Head Assembly 29. Shield Kit Assembly (Plastic Shield) 30. Line Limiter 31. Wing Nut Operator Manual FL1500LE Gas Blower Parts Assembly Type 1 1.

    Handle-Starter 3. Kit-Starter Pulley (Incl. Spring-Starter 6. Housing-Impeller (Upper) 8. Spacer-Flywheel 10. Assy-Impeller 11. Washer-Flat 12.

    Lockwasher 13. Assy-Impeller Housing (Lower) 15. Assy-Fuel Cap 17. Kit-Fuel Line 19. Grommet-Fuel Line 20. Assy-Fuel Tank (Incl.

    Cap, filter, fuel lines) 21. Fuel Pick-up Assembly 22. Tube-Blower Type 2 1.

    Isolator-Handle 3. Shield-Heat 7. Gasket-Carburetor (Kit) 10. Cover-Air Box 14. Foam-Air Filter 15.

    Kit-Carburetor Assembly (C1U-W12A) 17. Foam-Air Dam 18. Adaptor-Carburetor 20. Gasket-Cyl/Carburetor Adaptor (Kit) 21. Gasket-Crankcase/Shroud (Kit) 22. Jeep Xj Owners Manual here.

    Assy.-Crankcase & Crankshaft (Incl. 23,24,25) 23. Assy.-Crankshaft 24. Assy.-Crankcase (Incl. Retainer Ring (Crankshaft) 26. Assy.-Flywheel 27.

    Fan Housing 28. Kit-Gasket (incl.

    9,20,21,33) 30. Inner Bearing 31. Kit-Crankcase Seal 32. Bearing-Outer 33. Gasket-Cylinder (Kit) 34.

    Ignition Module 35. Grommet-Ignition Module 36. Kit-Connecting Rod Assembly. Kit-Piston (Incl.

    Wrist Pin Retainer 40. Piston Ring 41. Spark Plug (RCJ-6Y) 44. Gasket-Muffler kit 45.

    Kit-Muffler (incl. #44,46,47,48) 46. Bolt-Muffler 47. Kit-Spark Arrestor 48.

    Kit-Module Spacer & Screws Carburetor Assembly 1. Limiter Cap-Low (tan) 2.

    Limiter Cap-High (brown) 3. Carburetor Repair Kit (KIT = CONTENTS) 4. Gasket/Diaphragm Kit (DOT=CONTENTS) Carburetor Assembly (WT-12) Kit-Carburetor Assy C1U-W12A Kit-Throttle Lever Kit-Choke Lever WARNING!

    All repairs, adjustments and maintenance not described in the must be performed by qualified service personal.

    Avoiding Engine Flooding The smell of gas after repeated attempts to start your Weed Eater usually indicates that the engine is flooded. It happens when you make too many start attempts with the choke in the 'On' position.

    According to the Weed Eater manual, you should push the priming bulb six times, set the choke to the 'On' position and make no more than six start attempts. If the engine doesn't start, set the choke to the halfway position and try a maximum of six more times. If the engine still doesn't start, you should address other possible problems instead of continuing to attempt to start the engine. Spark and Air In order to start, your Weed Eater Featherlite needs the proper mixture of air and gas in the combustion chamber, and a spark to ignite it.

    The spark plug and air filter are both easy to check -- simply remove each one and clean or replace it if it's dirty. If the plug needs to be replaced, use the appropriate one specified in your Owner's Manual with a 0.025-inch gap.

    If the air filter is dirty, clean it off by blowing it with compressed air, or wash it with warm soapy water and let it dry. You can also simply replace it. Fuel Issues Failure to start after servicing the plug and air filter indicates that fuel isn't reaching the carburetor. The cause may be a dirty fuel filter, which is in the gas tank and can be retrieved with a curved piece of wire.

    Pull it off the fuel line and replace it with a new one. Fuel deposits may also have clogged the carburetor ports if your trimmer has been in storage. You can often clear these by removing the air filter, spraying starting fluid into the carburetor port and pulling the starting rope.

    Besides igniting easily, starting fluid also dissolves gunk that blocks fuel lines. Problems Requiring Repair If fuel stands in the carburetor long enough, it can thicken into a varnish that coats the seals and blocks the orifices, and sometimes the only remedy is to remove the carburetor, disassemble it and clean it. You can buy a rebuild kit specific for your model so that you can replace sensitive, difficult-to-clean parts with new ones. Another problem that requires repair is failure of the recoil starter rope to retract. This may be caused by a tangle in the rope or a broken recoil string. The repair isn't difficult, but it requires removal of the starter housing.