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Yard man pull cord will not pull


Remove spark plug and see if you can spin the blade . If the motor spins than the pull cord assembly is seized up and needs to looked at and fixed. If the blade won't spin then the motor or the cord assembly is seized . Make sure you remove the spark plug before trying to spin the blade.

Sep 08, 2014 | Yard Man Garden

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Hello I have an echo pb-500T, my cord won't pull.


Remove the impeller and check for loose motor mount screws. With the impeller off and the spark plug removed and the pull start functioning properly; if it still wont pull then its likely internal and due to be replaced.

Oct 24, 2012 | Garden

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Tanaka tht 2100-very difficult to start. Pull cord is is either too loose when pulled or it is jumpy, meeting with a bit of resistance?


i think it sounds like the motor is going i had a chainsaw and it did the same thing after a while the motor went and the chainsaw was no good anymore so you mite want to take it to a dealer that deals with your grass trimmer

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Accidently tipped machine and it cut out. cannot restart. when i take the spark plug out and pull cord oil comes out of port. will it clear itself?


Yes you can clear it out. The best thing to do is:

1 - remove the spark plug
2 - put a little gas in the plug hole (about a tablespoonful or so)
3 - pull the cord slowly so the gas can mix with the oil and thin it out
4 - pull the cord fast several times to blow everything out the spark plug hole
5 - dry and reinstall the spark plug
6 - try to start the motor without any choke
7 - if it won't start go to 1 and repeat

When it does start it will probably run rough for a while and smoke a lot until it gets everything cleared out of the cylinder. After a minute or two it should run like it did before the incident. Be sure to check the oil level, you probably didn't lose much but better safe than replacing the motor.

Mar 25, 2011 | Honda Garden

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Crank pull cord doesn't pull out on honda pressure washer.. The machine is only 3 months old


if the fuel tap has been left on it may have fuel on top of the cylinder and would not able to pull cord.
if so take the spark plug out and turn over,fuel may come out of hole.replace spark plug and try to start. if it still won't turn over,you will need to take the face plate off the motor. remove and inspect if there is any foreign objects. try to turn motor over by hand., grab on to fly wheel & turn. if it moves freely it may be the pull start it-self. try pulling the cord out. if no problem assemble and try to start.

Dec 02, 2010 | Honda Pressure Washer PSI 3000

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One day, I pressed the "on" button and it didn't start...had no problems whatsoever before.The inside hose is clear-fan turns-no visible breaks in the electrical cord or plug...


You need to measure for voltage inside the machine between the white wire and black wire from the power cord. If zero, the cord is likely broken at or near the plug end. This is a common problem if one pulls the plug by yanking on the cord instead of pulling on the plug directly. In any case, try cutting the cord off a little way back from the plug, and fit a new replacement plug from a home center or hardware store. If the voltage test above showed line voltage (115 volts AC in the US), then turn the switch to on, and measure for voltage between the white wire and the motor side of the switch. If good, then likely there is a motor brush problem or a broken winding in the motor. Repair of this usually requires dis-assembly of the housing around the motor. Hope this helps!

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My Kenmore Progressive vacumn motor turns off and on while vacumning. I don't know if I should take it for repair, purchase a new one or find someone who can do easy repairs (family member).


Turn on the vacuum but don't move it--just start at the plug end of the cord, bend and pull gently on the cord, but hold the plug in the socket. Work along the cord while listening to the motor for cutoff. When you get to the internal break in the cord, any bending or pulling will immediately start and stop the motor. If this occurs near either end of the cord, it can be cut off shorter and a replacement plug put on (if on that end). If it is the vacuum end, the machine needs to be disassembled part way to reattach the cord. If the break is near the center of the cord, just replace the entire cord. Good luck!

Aug 04, 2009 | Vacuums

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It will not turn on, i tried the reset button still no power. How do i fix it?


Check the plug end of the power cord--if the cord is pulled instead of the plug, it can cause breakage of the wires inside the cord. Try pulling the plug from the cord--if the insulation seems to stretch-out, shorten the cord a little(an inch or so) and install a new replacement plug. If cord seems ok, then an internal inspection of the motor area is the next option.

Jul 11, 2009 | Jack Lalanne Power Juicer (Stainless...

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Can't get it to start. the pull cord is extremly hard to pull


take spark plug out you may have cylinder full of petrol or oil.crank motor over with rope see if its free.if liquid comes out blow out with air clean /replace plug & try again.check oil level also.

May 06, 2009 | Garden

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