It's possible it's the gas. I didn't mix the oil with in particularly well.
However, the first time I filled it, it ran quite well. Maybe there was
enough of the previous fuel in the trimmer to carry the day.
Wayne Watson (Watson Adventures, Prop., Nevada City, CA)
I have owned a couple of Stihl trimmers in the past. I found that the
carburetor easily gets clogged with who knows what. The jets and ports are
very small. Each spring I found that I would have to disassemble the metal
cube they use for a carb. It actually is quite easy, just don't loose any
very small parts and blow out every port, hole and cavity that you find with
a spray can of carburetor cleaner. Reassemble it, and it would start
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