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The first thing you need to do is take the recoil cover off. There are several parts to a recoil and one or more parts may be worn and coming out of place then jamming.Replace worn parts if this is the case. If the cord pulls freely when removed then you may have a problem in the engine, try turning the flywheel by hand with the spark plug out. If it does not rotate there is something inside the cylinder or broken in the crankcase. If it is a 4 stroke engine you may have fluid above the piston,you will find this out when you remove the spark plug. drain the fluid from the cylinder and replace the plug you will be good to go. Good luck
you've answered your question i would be inclined to be looking at adjusting the high low idle mixture settings and checking for a good spark also check the exhaust is free of obstruction may have a blockage
Hold the shaft to prevent it from turning, then turn the trimmer head clockwise (viewed from the bottom) The cutter adapter has left hand threads. Hope this helps you out, as this is from the service manual. Best regards and good luck.
As with all 2 stroke engines,
1. Pump the fuel plug. 3 -5 times.
2. Turn the stop botton onto start.
3. Choke onto hot.
4. Pull the cord . Most important... dont touch the throttle trigger when pulling the cord. Wait until until it starts up.
If you do. (like it says in the instructions, your flooding the engine)
Works every time for me on everyone's whipper snippers.
I never heard it called a whipper snipper before but I am on this side of the ocean. you should be able to go to www.ryobiuk.com. Put in your model number and you should find a parts list for it. HTH Good Day. mate