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Strimmer Starter strip

My strimmer starter cord will not rewind. To avoid manually rewinding it, how do I strip the starter to check for and replace any broken part and, if necessary, lubricate it, please?

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You will need to take the housing off to expose the rewind mechanism. The most likely cause will be a broken rewind spring. Go on the WEB and search for your model and a part list. Locate the spring and order it. Once you install the spring, you will need to pre-tension the spring by by pulling the cord part way out and ciol it on the spool. Good luck

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