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How do I repair a broken pull cord on a yardman push mower?

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Easier than you might think. You need a screwdriver along with the sockets to remove the housing over the rewind assembly. Once you have the housing off and access to the assembly, remove the old cord by using it to wind the spring all the way out. Before you take the cord out slip a screwdriver in the slots to keep it from winding back up. If it does, it's not a concern. Just wind the spring back out by turning the rewind until it stops, then turn it back one turn until the holes line up for the cord. Stick the new cord through and tie it off, and let the spring pull the new cord in. If you need any help with it, hit me up.

Posted on May 14, 2009

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