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Where can I get a diagram showing how to install a rewind spring on my lawnmower?

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You might be better off buying a new Pull start assembly. there not that expensive, unless your mower is so old they don't make it any more. under $20 dollars I think. unless its a Honda or something else ***. than maybe a little more expensive.             Jay..............

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