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I WAS MOWING USING TROY BILT 430 SERIES LAWN MOWER. IT SHUT OFF DUE TO HIGH GRASS. I TRIED TO RESTART IT AND THE ROPE WOULDN'T COME OUT ENOUGH TO PULL. I CAN'T GET THE TOP PART OVER ROPE PLATE OFF TO CHECK IT. CAN YOU SHOW ME HOW OR WHAT KIND OF TOO TO USE? THANKS! I have at least a similar problem. When the mower dies, the restart pull feels like I'm trying to pull a stubborn mule up a hill. I have no idea why, but I found that if I push the stopped mower a few feet the pull start operates easily again. Anyone know why?
Look under neath and see if anything is stuck in the blade. You probly have a cover for the top part; see if you can pop off a plastic top if you have one.
Posted on May 12, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: ROPE ON MOWER WON'T PULL OUT
I agree, it sounds like the mower is fouled with foliage at the blade. Pull off the spark plug wire and tilt the mower on its side opposite of the carburetor, check the underside of the mower for impacted grass clippings.
Posted on May 14, 2009
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