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I purchased a Ryobi ex 26 weed trimmer head from home depot about 2 months ago, used it once and now it will not start. Had a Ryobi for several years and have all the attachments. It seems not to get fire

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Put a new plug and dont mix gas so strong

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just cheap equipment. Mark it up to experience and do not purchase equipment fro home center or box stores ever again.

This is just one of the many problems of dealing with

the box stores rather than a full service qualified dealer. If you can

find one in your area, patronize them. Not just when the box store

lets you down but for everything. These type dealers are

disappearing and are not being replaced and soon they will all be

gone.

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