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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: mt ryobi pull cord shreaded
Go to following site http://hcpi.arinet.com/scripts/EmpartSAPI.dll?MF
Then type in your model no.
Do not know your model no. but normally you have to remove the shaft. First remove the throttle cable from carb. and disconnect the switch wires from shaft. Then pull shaft out of motor housing. There should then be a couple of screws in the shaft housing, remove them. You will then have to remove the clutch and drum, notice if there is an arrow on the clutch to show which way to remove. Use a brass or copper bar to strike the clutch to loosen in direction shown. If you have compressed air and an impact that would be a better choice. Now remove the four screws holding the starter housing and you should be at the starter rope.
Posted on May 05, 2009
Unless it has a tag or decal on it saying it is a 4 cycle then it uses mixed gas/oil at about a 50:1 ratio. Straight gasoline will freeze the piston in the cylinder in mere minutes.
Posted on May 23, 2009
I think a new carburetor kit and a good carburetor tune up is in order my friend. Sounds like it's starving for gas. If it bogs down after warm up when you throttle it, then yes it needs a carb tuning. The L screw is the low side screw and should be turned in lightly until it seats then back it out one and quarter turns (1 1/4). The H screw is your high speed screw. Also, turn it in lightly until it seats, then back it out approximately a 3/4 turn. With these settings the unit should start and may even stay running. Again, if it bogs when throttled, while running turn the L screw out a little more maybe only 1/16th of a turn and then try it again. If it does rev then you'll have to adjust the H screw in about a 1/16th of a turn. But make sure you only do this after the engine has warmed up.
Hope this works, good luck
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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Normal reasons for not reving are, blocked air filter, blocked spark arrestor in the muffler, or blocked exhaust port ( with carbon )
Posted on Feb 17, 2012
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