Husqvarna manufactures 15 series heads that are different and 18 string trimmer models. Whichever trimmer version you’re using — and which is set up — you’ll have to replace the line. You should utilize this diameter recommended for trimmer design and your own head; line that’s too big will bind and might overwork the search motor. This advice is supplied by your owner’s manual — you may download a copy, if you do not have one.
Disengage the spark plug boot so you have access and place a level surface with the Husqvarna trimmer.
Depress the tabs on the sides of the rim and grasp the head, then pull the cap off and eliminate the spool.
Take out all the line and wash inside and the spool of the head. Cut a length of microfilament line from a roll, with a tape measure to assess the length plus also a pair of scissors to cut it. Determine the dimensions and duration of line you need in the manual of the owner.
Hold this line’s two ends together with one hand while you discover this line with the other’s middle. Twist the centre onto the notch in the hub of this spool.
Wind the 2 lines around the spool at the direction of this arrow imprinted on the bottom. The spool is split into two sections; keep the lines in their respective section each. Avoid crossing a line over the line in another section or over itself.
Quit when 6 inches have been abandoned at the conclusion of every line twisting. Twist the line nearer to the top of the spool in one of the notches on the rim, then hook the second line to the contrary top notch. The line has to cross on top of the first to make the connection.
Put the spool back in the cap and feed the lines through the notches at the face of the cap. Until it snaps into place by pushing down on it, replace the cap on the series head. Reconnect the spark plug wire.