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Needing a starter pully or compleate starter for my saw

I need a starter pully or compleate starter for my saw . the pully broke where the pawls go where can i get parts, it seems to be n.l.a. from troybuilt by this part number 9228-md0701 im my book

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There is a pawl that engages the recoil starter with the power take off end of the engine. It is probably sticking. If you remove the recoil starter and pull the cord you should see the pawl swing out, then retract when the cord is released. If you take it apart clean out all the gummy grit and give sliding parts a coat of lubriplate which is a light, waterproof lubricant you can purchase in a small tube just about anywhere.

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I think what you seek is listed here: http://www.echo-usa.com/documentation.asp?Model=CS-602VL&lang=E
See the "Starter and Magneto" print.

EchoUSA (all models)
http://www.echo-usa.com/documentation.asp
If your saw is not listed type "CS" in the “Model:” window, click "Search" and select your saw from the list provided.

If you have more questions or need additional help please reply below and I will get back to you. HTH & Good Luck.
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Hello Ms Weem:
Will the starter cover from your first Wild Thing fit?
Have you looked at the starter cover on a different new Wild Thing (demo)? Is it like yours?
Are you releasing the starter rope with it extended?
Yours is the first problem of this type I've heard for your saw. There is no pulley guide or starter rope thimble I'm aware of. I'd think a small nylon or teflon bushing for the starter rope could be fabricated by a machine shop but it would be at your expense. HTH
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sounds like you will need to replace starter pulley in the starter cover assy and check that the starter pawls are free to move and the pawl springs are no broken or the pawls are frozen

but your problem is most likley starter pulley

remove the starter cover and check the starter pulley

worn or damage teeth on pulley may be quite evident

cheers pauly46

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