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How do you replace the pull cord

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I had this happen after about 15 uses. I just exchanged the unit. The pull start mechanism can be ordered and is easy to replace. There are parts inside that are nylon and break easily. Any local dealer can order the part for you.

Dan

Posted on May 03, 2010

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