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remove coil cap look at the rope pulley pull old rope forward till you get to end knot hold pully pull not out with the rest of the rope then wind pulley up till it wont go any farther back off one turn alighning the cover hole with pully hole use ascrew driver stuck between the slot on cover and pulley ten get your rope take a lighter and burn the end of the rope the take a rag pul the end of burt end of the rope shuold leave a pointed rope then take rope and stick through pully hole then the housing make the rope about 70 iches long it will be to long i no but just do it tie a knot in tend on the back of pully take lighter and heat it still it melts a very little the knot that is pull rope on through pulley hold rope remove screw driver slowly let rope wind up on pulley still it stops you will have rope sticking out reistall pulley cap then put handle on rope put handle all the way down to cap pull rope one turn push handel down to cap atie a knot in rope as close to to handel as possible heat not like the other end cut rope with 1/2 inch of rope sticking out of knot
The first thing you do is to reattach the pull cord to the pulley. If you are lucky both ends of the spring are where they belong. To test this turn the pulley in the the direction the pulley would turn when the starter cord is pulled and see if you can feel the spring winding up.If you can not you will need to pull out pully out and attach the the spring on one end to the pully and the other end to the case. After that you find a notch in the pulley. Place the cord in the notch and start winding the spring. The cord should not be winding up on the pully.Now take the cord out of the notch and let it wind up on the pulley.If the cord is not fully wound up you repeat the process till the rope is wound up all the way.
remove starter houseing cut old rope out then rewind it till it stops slip new rope through houseing hole and pull hole put a screw driver threw houseing and pulley to make it so it cannot unwind then not the pulley end of rope take a lighter heat knot this will make sure it will not unknot hold rope pull out screw driver pull rope until knott is seat to pully slowly let cord rewind cord until it stops pull out two tune of pully install handle put knot in it and heat the knot with a lighter done cut excess cord off reinstall the red neck let me no if you get have problem like motor dont star or is hard to start
yes take the top cowling cover off that houses the pull start normaly 4 to 6 bolts around the lower edge of this & you can pick this cord up from most diy stores or tool rentle firms just be carefull when the cowling is off that the cord spool/pully will most likely be under spring pressure unless the cord as broken completley hope this helps
pull off cap first from engine look inside it pull the rest of the cord out to the end then grab the not onthe pully while holding it pull the rope out after that wind pully all thee way up shuve a new cord throug houseing pully then slowly let rewind up until it stops cut the rope 6 inchs in front of cap hole restall cap to motor slip your starter rope threw grip that you pull pullthe cord attached to handle out two feet hold onto rope cut handle loose slip[ and tie handle again to the houseing rope dont let go of the rope after that let it rewind back up done
remove recoil cut off old rope take new rope burn end till pointy push threw recoil and into hole in pulley tie knot on pully side add handle pull string between pully and outer shell rotate pully counterclockwise 4 times with rope you puled from out in between pull access back out of the housing till tight release or go to a shop they normally only charge ten bucks
remove THE COVER THAT HOUSE THE PULL CORD pully. TURN THE WHEEL IN THE direction THAT IT GOES WHEN cord is pulled ( THIS TIGHTENS THE RETURN SPRING) hold this wheel tight..every turm it could spin back rapidly. turn wheel 6 complete turns. align the hole in the housing with the cord hole in the pully wheel. thread cord through both tie a double knot . slowly release now install cover. try it if too loose pull out to max , hold pully, remove knot , cord and turn 2 or 3 more turns, replace cord, double knots , slowly release. replace cover, crank it and cut that grass.
Sometimes the housing gets bent slightly. A lot of the housings have little taps or prongs that get slightly bent. I would take the housing off make sure it not bent or warp, to make sure there is nothing to block the free flow of then cord flowing. If it pulls fine with housing off, and hangs up when installed it slightly bent. Use small needle nose pliers and gently bend tabs away from area where cord is hanging up.
you should remove the housing usually 4 bolts
dont remove anything else then look at the pully and remove the old chord tie a knot in the new chord and slot it into the hole on the pulley
you should then see a notch in the edge of the pulley this is for the chord to sit in while you turn the pully enough times to tension the recoil spring once tensioned enough so that it recoils all the chord slot the chord through the hole in the outer casing through the pull hande and knot it job done then refit
my rope broke to lol. i have bought new roape and have reinstalled it. u have to take top of the mower apart. the plastic cover take it off all the way a few bolts u can see un do them. pull off the plastic cover and take gas cap off so it will come off. next u will see 2 bolts on the fron of the mower on the rope houseing. un do them. next behind the mower 2 more bolts. u will see them it holds the rope houseing unit in place. after u unbolt both it will come of easy. next ull see when u tip it upside down a bolt with flat head bolt. use a socket or falt head undo that. next pull out the pully that the rope gose around. install new rope threw hole in rope houseing and threw the rope pully. ull see a srping on the rope pully. its hard for me to get it to wind all the way back up so all i did was roll up the rope best i could and reinstall the pully. titen flat head bolt back in place and reinstall all bolts and plastic cover. it should work now.