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Did this break at the pull handle? if so you will still be able to re-use the same cord.
you have to first remove the pull mechanizum from the top of the engine. turn it upside down and get the old pull chord off 'If it has broken at the engine end of the cord. You will find the end of the cord inside, remove it with a pair of pin nosed pliers.
If broken at the pull handle remove the broken and of the cord from the back side of the handle. There will be a knot tied in either end. Assuming you still have enough pull cord . Cut the broken end so it is not frayed slip it through the pull handle and tie a simple knot & make it tight with some pliers.
re wind the spring by hand winding the cord back into the spool.
now you need a small zap strap to hold it all in place until you reinstall the pull mechanizum on top of the engine.Once you have done this cut the zap strap off and retrieve it as you do.
Hint* "with only 2 hands" I have used pin nosed vice grips to hold back the spring while I tie it off with zap strap or stiff string.
If the cord if broken at the engine end you will need to line up the cord input with the cord journal and hold in place while you try to feed the cord back through. Hint* use a smaller peice of wire to feed through the opposite direction and wind it around the cord several times so you can pull it through to the inside of the pull mechanizum and tie a knot. Good luck
Posted on Oct 14, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try changing your plug and check gap and put in some fresh fuel. Empty out the old stuff especially if it has been there a while. Also check your low idle setting on the carb open it up a half turn for starters. Good Luck...
Posted on Aug 27, 2011
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