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Broken pull rope
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: broken pull cord
ur going to have to unmount the the motor from the shaft
step 1. Unbolt throttle housing
step 2. now with that out of the way u should see a clamp holding the motor to the shaft, loosen and pull the shaft out, there will be a cable, so make sure u have it lined up so it goes back into place
step 3, look at the back of the motor, u should see screws going into the plastic housing (coming in from back going into plastic)
step 4. once that is off pull the broken part of the cord out
step 5. wind up the starter coil, (it will only wind up one way) its spring loaded so be carful, once it stops back it off 1 full turn
step 6. u will see a hole for the cord in the housing and in the coil, make sure they are lined up
step 7. insert the cord through both holes, tie it as tighttttt as possible, then let the spring do the rest
step 8. put it back together
Posted on May 31, 2009
SOURCE: broken pull cord
You have to take four allen screw out of the plastic that holds the engine on. There is also one by the spark plug that needs to come out. Once the engine is loose, you have to unplug one wire and unscrew the other. Then the engine should come off. Then loosen the two allen screws holding the pulley in and it will come out.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
There is a spring under the starter spool, the one with the rope on it, leave the spring ALONE, Just take the spool and replace the rope as it is. You take the spool off, put the new rope on the spool, place the spool onto the spring and by holding one end of the rope straight up in one of the slots on the spool, go as many times as you can. When you have it as tight as it can go, hold your thumb down on the spool. Insert the rope through the hole available, grab the rope on the other side of the hole, (outside the casing). Hold the rope and S-L-O-W-L-Y allow the rope to retract. If it finishes before the rope runs out, pull on the rope and install the handle. If it tries to go beyond, hold the rope and install the handle there. Hope you have luck. Remember, leave the spring alone...Lee
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
SOURCE: Replacing pull cord on weedeater
there is another t20 screw in the neck of the drum. once removed you will expose the drive clutch. soak it good with WD40 then unscrew it from the shaft. if you have all the housing screws out, you should be able to simply remove the housing to expose the pull cord assembly, screwed to housing.
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
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