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SOURCE: lawnmower rope pull start, has rewound back into

You will have to take the top off.It has 3 bolts on the sides of the motor.Pull top off,hopefull you just have pull rope out to fix.The rope on the pully has a spring in the bottom of the pully.Do not pull out pully,you will have a hard time gettig it back in.

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SOURCE: starter pull rope broke. how do i replace?

Should be 3-4 bolts right on top of the pull starterhousing, take them off to replace string

Posted on Nov 10, 2009

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