Question about Garden
I recently pulled the starter cord out of it's casing. Are there any instructions to re-install it? I've take it apart but am not sure how to wind it correclty
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: starter pull cord
take a light and look into the clutch hole
you will either need a torx or star type nut driver or a allen or hex head nut driver to fit in the hole and turn the screw ccw while holding the flywheel.
Make note where all comes off and all goes back in reverse when fixed.also after you remove the clutch housing you will be stareing at the clutch shoes next and it will have markings on which way to turn it for removal.
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
airfilter is a square filter over the carburator if the cord is out its not the clutch its in the shroud the recoil sping is broken or needes to be redone what you can do is remove the string from inside shroud turn the coil like you pulling the rope when the spring is tight you can use a c-clamp hold it place reinsert rope & release c-clamp it should rewind
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
the rope and spring both have thier respective place in the housing for thier mountings they can be rewound by hand and reassembled with success,hint oppisite end of spring has a anchor point on the housing while one end is secured by a cup like screw mounting,to create the retracting force for retrival of the pull start rope its tricky if haven't done it before but you learn by trying Good luck Steve
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
Ouch. It sounds like the cord rewind spring has gotten out of position. These things can be holy terrors to get back in the cavity in which they rest.
Check on a new rewind spring assembly. This might be more cost effective than trying to get a service person to put the spring back into place.
Posted on Oct 18, 2009
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