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Chain 2 then in the next SC (of the row below), make the combination stitch. So, if the previous row has a bunch of SC, you would make the stitches leading up to the Chain 2. Then Chain 2 and in the next SC, make the 1SC, 1 HDC, ! DC.
I have not worked on you type saw. I have put new starter springs in other saws. One end of the spring fits into the housing and the other in the pulley. Once you have that done there should be a notch in the pulley that you put the rope into that will allow the spring to be wound up without taking up the rope. It is a trial error problem now. If the spring is wound too tight you will not get full rope travel. If it is too loose tilt will not pull the rope in fully.
A return spring or cord is not functioning or broken and the chain sprocket assembly bearing may have become defective or more likely needs lubrication.
I would try contacting this company since they sold the product.Fitness Quest
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Hello Ms Weem:
Will the starter cover from your first Wild Thing fit?
Have you looked at the starter cover on a different new Wild Thing (demo)? Is it like yours?
Are you releasing the starter rope with it extended?
Yours is the first problem of this type I've heard for your saw. There is no pulley guide or starter rope thimble I'm aware of. I'd think a small nylon or teflon bushing for the starter rope could be fabricated by a machine shop but it would be at your expense. HTH
inside the rope pull housing is a flat spring,it may have come loose from its anchor, its an easy fix...unscrew the 3 screws on housing, lift off housing, and the rope pull is inside the casing, you will then see if its broken, or just come off anchor, 10 minute job if its just loose......
You didn't say what model you have, but I believe they are all functionally similar to my Model B rower. There is a "skewer" assembly inside the seat rail with a shock cord and pulley's that keeps tension in the chain throughout its range of travel. To some extent it is adjustable by taking slack out of the shock cord. On mine, this can be done by grabbing the shock cord adjustment mechanism ("SCAM") with pliers and pulling it out of the rear of the machine and adjusting the slack. If it is very loose or you just want to be sure of what is going on, the entire skewer assembly pulls out from the front (flywheel side) of the seat rail after removing four screws that hold it in place. Go to the concept2 website for diagrams, instructions, and parts lists for your model.