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you need to rotate the starter pulley up first to tension the spring.... then feed in your rope tie a not and let it retract the rope into the starter pulley

Posted on Aug 06, 2009

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You shouldn't have to remove it. Just wide the disk up again to get tension on the recoil spring (lots of tension... enough to pull the rope all the way back in). poke the rope back out the hole ( the hardest part of the job) and put the handle back on. You should be back in action

Posted on Aug 20, 2009

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SOURCE: Need to change pull rope on Poulan Pro Weedeater

sounds like you are trying to remove the drum assembly; try a torx driver or a phillips screwdriver. There is a srew that hold that drum on and the bolt is in that black hole.

Posted on Sep 29, 2009

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There is a small T-10 or T-15 Torx head screw that is recessed in the clutch drum end screwed into the end of the crankshaft. If you loosen it, the drum should come off but the screw may still remain inside the end of the drum. This is normal. Clutch itself unscrews from threads on the crankshaft in counter-clockwise rotation. Use a blunt flat-blade chisel or the like and place on the inner ears of the clutch near the middle and strike with hammer...not real hard...just hard enough to shock it loose...maybe apply some penetrating oil to the center of it beforehand.

Posted on Aug 10, 2010

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Thereis a T-10 or T-15 Torx Head screw in the recess at the end of the crankshaft. Loosen it (it may stay in the end of the drum) and drum will come off. Clutch is threaded onto crankshaft. Loosen it counterclockwise, but carefully. Rap the inside part near the crank with like a flatpblade chisel. Spraying the center with penetrating oil beforehand may assist in this step. Use Liquid Wrench or PB Blaster. vDon't strike the outer shoes of the clutch!

Posted on Aug 12, 2010

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  1. Need you to separate the upper drive assembly from the engine assembly. You may to disconnect the throttle cable and the ignition kill wiring.
  2. Remove the clutch cover.
  3. Disconnect and remove the spark plug.
  4. Install a piston stop in place of the spark plug.
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  10. Tighten the pulley fully by turning the direction as you would pull it until it stops and back off one turn.
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You will need to lock down the cylinder to remove the clutch. This is not an easy repair. Remove the spark plug and lower the piston. Take a piece of small rope (the broken one works fine) and fill the cylinder with the rope. Raise the piston to "lock the cylinder. The clutch drum can now be removed by inserting a T15 or T20 torx into the center and turn the screw counter-clockwise. Then take a pair of large slip-joint pliers and turn the clutch assembly counter-clockwise to remove. Make note of what order all the little washers come off. Also, make sure to remove the clutch as an assembly...it is very difficult to put back together. When reinstalling the clutch, it is VERY important to get it tight. Failure to get the clutch tight will result in major engine damage.
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