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William, could not find your exact model, the links below should help as a lot of blowers and string trimmers pull ropes are changed using similar method.
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you might have you coil set to close to the flywheel and the coil is not letting the flywheel spin like it is suposto sotheir for you string id to tin\ght when you hace the hood on so reagap the coil and sett it a little farther back from the flywheel by not to far back
Take plug out turn blower to where plug hole is down pull starter cord many times until all fuel is out. Clean plug, install, try starting without priming or choking. If no start try priming just until you get fuel to engine. Try starting again. If this works when storing blower leave fuel cap slightly loose in very hot weather until you want to start.
Either you have a broken rewind spring, or the starter mechanism is dirty to the point where the force of the recoil spring is not sufficient to pull the rope back in.
WEAR SAFETY GLASSES while disassembling your starter mechanism to see what the problem is. Upon reassembly, it is a good idea to lube the post in the starter housing (the one the pulley slides over) with some graphite or teflon lube.