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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Remove the starter & cylinder cover and look for the coil mounted next to the flywheel. Remove the 2 screws holding it to the cylinder and cafefully pull the wires through the clips that hold them to the block. Install the new coil in the reverse order and set the air gap between the flywheel and the coil with a business card. Let the magnets on the flywheel pull the coil towards it with the business card in between. Tighten the screws and spin the flywheel to remove the card. Reassemble the stater and blower housing.
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
You need a long skinny T25 torque driver (sold in a pack at Lowe's with 3 other sizes.)
Take off the 4 screws in the back to reveal the piston. Get a wooden dowel (or a wooden spoon if your wife isn't around) and stick it in to the piston to block it from spinning.
Now take that T25 and stick it in to the front pulley (cone shaped silver item that is preventing the housing from coming off) turn to the left and it should come off.
That should come off to reveal about a 1"x1.5" piece with a spring wrapped around it. That can also turn to the left and come off with an adjustable wrench or pliers.
Once that is off the housing should come away and you'll be able to get at the pull cord after removing 4 more T25 screws.
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
* NO DISASSEMBLY REQUIRED(DON'T TAKE HEAD APART!)*
First make sure the arrows on the head are aligned and the bump head is securely tightened(clockwise). Take a minimum of 20 feet of line from the package and cut it evenly so you have two pieces of equal length. Next insert one end of each piece into the holes on the trimmer head until they are seated firmly(some minor twisting of the head may be required to get the line in more than an inch or two). Once you have gotten a couple of inches into the trimmer head you should have everything still fully assembled with a long strand of line coming from each of the holes. Now begin turning the gear shaped part of the head in the direction of the arrow indicators and the line should begin winding itself inside the 'keeper'. Once the head doesn't turn freely or starts to slip it's full and you can cut off the remaining line, if any, and get to cutting.For more visit www.CollegiateSunglasses.com for safety glasses and other items.
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
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