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Gardenline wolf wpcs 38cc garden line chain saw problem : when i pull the starter cord it keeps slipping and wont turn the engine over checked the fly wheel and appears the 2x engagement lugs are worn out do you now where i can get spares for this contact g.james 07714570500 or gary.james542@gmail.com

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Gotta google it to find yourself a parts source. or take it to the saw shop for a looksee

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SOURCE: Honda HR215 starter rope

Try checking the spark plug if it sat for a long period of time it may be faulty, or the fuel might have built up condensation in it.

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SOURCE: How to change the pull starter cord.

drill out rivets then re-rivet or use self tapping screws

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SOURCE: Craftsman Tractor (B&S 20 HP Intek) starter

All it should need is a kit that gives you the top half of the starter. I just did one on my 12hp craftsman. The kit was $23.00 and even came with the directions. very easy. Hope this helps

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SOURCE: problems with pull cord

Pull cords are all pretty similar so if you've seen one then etc.....
Does the cord retract?
If it's a broken spring then the pull cord would not retract.
If it is retracting then it's probably dirt, grass clipping interfering with the spring loaded locking lever.
Either way the only way to be sure is to remove the top cover and inspect it visually and clean it out and spray some lubrication on it.
You should be able to do this without taking apart the actual cord and retracting coil spring. It should come off as a unit.

Once you have inspected it if you you have any other questions please let me know.
Hope this helps.

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here are two videos on repairing the recoil starter rope for your mower




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  2. A length of starter cord or nylon rope may be used instead of the piston stop (retain 6" ± so you can remove it). Make sure the piston is near the top of the cylinder before feeding the cord or it can fall through the exhaust port and damage the piston as it rises.
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