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Go to u tube and see if will show u
Posted on Oct 14, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: How do you replace the belt
this is not easy you have to turn the mower on its side <make sure the carb is down > take off the blade belt guide and look at it the space is really tight and you have to hold the trans with two fingers and then walk the belt on. its hard because the trans is spring loaded to twist backwards to keep the belt tight
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
You can buy the whole part...cord,handle,recoil spring all in one piece and remove the old install the new...or you can just buy a legth of pull cord and swap everything over.
First take off the top 4 phillip screws and remove the plastic cover....don't forget to pull off the oil fill cap, next drill out the center of the three pop rivets that hold the recoil spring in place, use a drill bit a little smaller than the rivet, next tap the rivet out using a punch and a hammer, next install the pull chord by first rewindind the coil spring then locking it oin place so it wont twist back and install the new line(pull cord)...next install it on the top of the motor and install 3 new 1/4" aluminumn pop rivets 3/8" long with a pop rivet gun all can be purchased atb Ace Hardware...reinstall the reverse of dismantle proceedure and happy mowing...don't forget to attach the black plastic/rubber pull cord handle.
Posted on Jul 22, 2010
Did you check all down the cable and see if the cable is in good shape, not stretched or frayed and connected at both ends where it should be?
Here is a website with a schematic that might help you: http://www.ereplacementparts.com/toro-20076-2700000012709999992007-lawn-mower-parts-c-121776_127291_127767.html
Choose picture I at the site.
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Posted on Apr 18, 2011
If I'm not mistaken, I had one like this once. I think when you purchase the new one, it comes with screws. You have to drill out the rivets to replace the recoil assembly. Try calling to purchase a new assembly and question them.
Posted on Jun 08, 2011
The oil drain plug should be under the deck. You probably have a bracket in the way that you need to remove. Once you remove the bracket you should be able to access the drain plug. Piece of advice do not cross thread the drain plug and do not over tighten it. You should only turn the drain plug 1/2 a wrench turn above finger tight.
Posted on Jun 15, 2011
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