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Homelite

Model UT33600A

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Store SKU #153427

2-Cycle 26 cc Curved Shaft Gas Trimmer

$69.97 /each
  • Clutched Engine for Easy Starting
  • Curved shaft for easy handling and less weight
  • Easy-loading bump feed string head for convenient operation

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Lightweight and hard-working the Homelite trimmer starts quickly and runs smoothly. The bump-feed string head loads easily to keep your line fresh at all times. All backed by a two-year warranty, you can trust your yard work to Homelite.

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  • Clutched Engine for Easy Starting
  • Curved shaft for easy handling and less weight
  • Fast-loading bump-feed string head with dual 0.080 in. line
  • 17 in. cutting width for faster trimming
  • 9.5 lbs.
  • 2-Cycle Curved Shaft Gas Trimmer Features:

    Homelite 2-Cycle 26 cc Curved Shaft Gas Trimmer

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Dad bought homlite 26 CC trimer last week only put gas no oil mix, it ran for a while and stopped now it will not start , any ideas

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July 29, 2016
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Only use fresh, just bought fuel with proper oil to fuel mixture. Also check string/whiskers too long, will not start or run properly.
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Buchanan Dam, Tx.
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May 31, 2016
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Take the spark plug out, pour some oil in the cyldiner, Trans mission fluid if you you have some , let it sat for awhile ,Then see if it will turn by pulling the rope , If it pulls thru a few times, Mix the fuel with the right amount of oil, See if will start. ????
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November 9, 2015
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I just did this over the weekend.
I used it for a while and when I was done, I left and about 30 mins later came back to use it more. It wouldn't start. I drained the gas & put in the correct mixture. After a few tries, it started and ran just fine.
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Hilo HI
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November 1, 2015
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If it's a 2 cycle it's toast. If it's a 4 cycle and you didn't put oil in the crankcase, it's toast. Bottom line, the cylinder and rings are fried and it's toast.
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June 29, 2015
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Ok your not the first one pull off the spark plug add engine oil about a teaspoon or so try pulling the cord if stuck put wood dowel or screwdriver in hole and tap with hammer till lose continue to pull cord and add oil till pulls freely and piston moves effortlessly drain off excess oil put spark plug back on and try starting should start right up smoke a while then work if loses compression and turns Read More
Ok your not the first one pull off the spark plug add engine oil about a teaspoon or so try pulling the cord if stuck put wood dowel or screwdriver in hole and tap with hammer till lose continue to pull cord and add oil till pulls freely and piston moves effortlessly drain off excess oil put spark plug back on and try starting should start right up smoke a while then work if loses compression and turns off while running you need to replace piston ring an easy fix Read Less
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May 8, 2015
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Change the spark plug, that should work. If not, you may have burned up the piston ring which means its not getting proper compression and the motor is now blown. You might be able to claim it under warranty.
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May 2, 2015
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The engine burned up. Not mixing oil with the gas is the same as draining the il out of your car and running the engine. It will run for a short while, but then it is shot, and needs to be replaced.
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WHITING, INDIANA
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May 2, 2015
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HELLO, I ASSUME ITS A 2 STROKE ENGINE, WHICH REQUIRES GAS/OIL MIXTURE. IS THE PULL STRING LOCKED UP? IF SO THE ENGINE IS TRASHED. IF NOT TRY ADDING THE RIGHT RATIO MIXTURE GAS/OIL AND TRY IT MAY STILL WORK. BUT FROM MY EXPERIENCE THE ENGINE IS GONE.
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May 2, 2015
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blown engine all that I can say sorry about that you should always read the instructions for first used check in for beak in period and the right fuel mix for the trimmer
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May 2, 2015
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blown engine without the oil to help lube the engine it is going tro get very hot and burn the piston ring out so you have a blown engine
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where can i get the carberator adjustment tool

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June 23, 2016
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I could not find one,so I googled it to see what others have improvised.You can use the end of an electrical connect wire,has that plastic end on it to insulate the metal connect.Shop for the wire end and choose a size that is about right,stick it in there and turn.
I ended up using a super small thin screwdriver,stuck it in there and turned from the side,it did help,as a quick temporary fix.
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May 8, 2015
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You can adjust the carb with a Philips head screw driver. If you have not done this before please ask someone has to help you. After all you don't want to make the problem worse.
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May 2, 2015
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check out the year ,make,and model thast will help you out then you can go to youtube or ebay for the answer
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May 2, 2015
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not all barbs are adjustable please check make and model a good thing to have is the year you can research on the web or ebay for more help
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May 2, 2015
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I found one on amazon. They don't sell them in the US. Mine came from Israel.
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what gauge string do i need

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Wiscasset, Maine
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August 2, 2016
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It says on the box to use .080 string.
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Solvay, NY
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August 2, 2016
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.080 string. Brand doesn't matter, I use an off brand as it's cheaper for the amount of string I go through and have not had any feed or rewinding issues.
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Thank you, Jay. You would need to use .080 inches in diameter string.
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Cincinnati, OH
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Specs recommend .080" diameter string, which is typical light-duty string
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what is the gas oil mix i cant read it

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its used and the number is wore off for gas mix
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It uses the industry standard of 50 to 1.Which is approximately 2.5 oz. or 75ml. to one gallon of gas. It is important with these types of engines to use fresh, just bought gasoline for proper operation.
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The ratio is 50:1
You should have gotten a small bottle of oil with the trimmer which is 2.6 ounces. If you purchase a large amount you can refill that small bottle and add it to one gallon of fresh gas which will get you to the correct ratio.
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One gallon of gas to one small bottle of oil mix. This should make thing much easier for you if your having trouble reading it. Generally 50:1 is the ratio. To make things really easy buy a 1 galloon gas can so you know for sure the ratio is right.
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May 7, 2015
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50:1
Tip. Keep the 2.6oz(?) oil container that comes new with the unit. If you buy a larger container of oil mix then you can use the 2.6oz one for measuring into 1 gallon of gas for accurate mix.
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Rated 2.8 out of 5 by 326 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by not happy Starting cold... After going through all the steps and running this thing for at least 10 seconds I flip it to full and It stalls.... After that... It refuses to start... so I pull the plug and go through the bs it get it started again. Sometimes I can keep it running if I keep pumping the throttle at half choke and sometimes it actually runs on full... but only if the idle speed is cranked up. I never know if it will work or not...when I go to use it... very irritating. I don't have the time this thing requires to just do some trimming... Wish I would have returned it but I thought it just needed some run time.... Ha ha stuck with this junk now. August 27, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Wouldn't purchase again It was easy to put together, but near impossible to start. I cannot start it myself. My husband has to come out and start it for me every time. Even he cannot get it started when using the instructions to start it in "start" mode and has to set it to "run" to get it started. It is almost as heavy as my mower, and the vibration is makes is really extreme and hard on my hands. It does a fair job of actually weed-eating, but it's not really worth the trouble. If you are debating this trimmer because it is so affordable, don't get this one. Pick a different trimmer. August 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Homelike 2 cycle curved start Gas Trimmer Strong little Work Horse at Cheap Price,,, Fill an empty gallon bottle with 2 cycle oil first then add Gas at the station and Shake. Ad mixture to TRIMMER & prime bottom 11 times ,pull cord,, REPEAT DON'T WORRY she'll start,I put the Button between A & B to quick starts then swith to B. Your problem will be with the TRIMMER STRING,,,if it breaks. No Extras.. You have to run & Buy More Otherwise this is A GOOD PURCHASE September 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works really well. Worked right out of the box on the first pull. Could see where someone might pull a little too hard on the rope. The string in it was adequate, but easy to replace. If you pull out more than about 5 or 6 inches of string it is a little hard to start. These little engines are real easy to break in. Let it idle a couple a minutes and then let it cool all the way down, repeat. Third time vary the speed slightly, but no where near wide open for about 5 minutes or so, repeat. Then take it easy the first couple of time you use it and you won't have to worry about the warranty. Was really surprised by the ease of use, for the price. July 29, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good product for the value Automatic line feed has to be done manually which can be a pain at times. Considering a different line head to solve the issue. August 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by gas trimmer Great value , great price the least expensive trimmer on this island . August 31, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Don't waste your money My 12 year old homelite grass trimmer finally died so I replaced it with this model. It runs fine but ease of use is horrible. The handle on the shaft constantly moves while using it no matter how tight the wing nut is tightened. The bolt is in the wrong spot and doesn't apply enough clamp load at the shaft. The spool holds a little bit of string. If you spool more than a couple feet of line you can't even assemble it. I took the spool off of my old string trimmer so I could finish my yard. I'm guessing Homelite allowed a chinese company to design this machine and that's why it doesn't function properly. It definitely wasn't tested after design. June 24, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by A Real Pain First time having to replace the string and I cannot get the spool retainer off. Looked at replacing the entire String Head Assembly and it costs $30!!! Half the weed wacker!! I would NOT recommend this terrible product! August 21, 2016
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