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Re: pull string is to loose
As big as a pain it is. you have to unscrew the pull mount and rewind it outside the wheel. they tend to loop over the top and this happens when you pull hard and let it snap back by letting it go. cord loops over the top. next time you pull it pulls it over the top and each time you do it, it becomes looser.
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A gasoline-powered string trimmer has cords on both sides. Most people ... In order to troubleshoot and fix a stuck cord, you have to remove the starter housing. ... Swivel each plate until it locks into position and then tighten the screw to hold it.
pull plug out tie up bail handle see if you can turn engine over by hand if you can pull hard on rope it has jamed if not .move check for locked up mover add oil to cylinder for it to turn over till its free my have to take recoil off to do this if the reciol starter pawls or lock in
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
It seems like you wound and tightened your string on the tuning peg loosley. Try wounding the string at least 4-5 times around the peg after you pass the wire though it and then after winding pass it through the hole again. Tighten well. If that doesn't work your peg might be broken, but looking at it on the video seems that it's not, even though you can't see it clearly. Try tightening the screws on the peg, since there's a lot of tension on the highest string and it might cause the peg to click back because the tension is too high and it's loose.
You can slide the silver plate straight back by gently pushing it from the top with your fingers. Once it slides off you will then be able to see the hooks that you put the new strings on (loop end strings). Once strings are tightened, you slide the cover back on the same way you slid it off. There is a small piece of felt glued to the cover. Be careful not to knock it loose when you are putting the cover on.
One other tip, change one string at a time instead of pulling all of them off at once. The bridge will come loose if you take all the strings off at once (it is not glued to the mandolin).
It is a little tricky, but you have to kind of pre-form the ball end of the string so it tucks under the ledge of the hole it goes into. Then put peg in and as you do pull up on the string slightly so the pre-formed ball end is caught under the ledge. Make sure the slot is toward the neck direction and the string seats in it, Also once the string is seated, kind of preform the string over the edge of the hole as the string is started to be tightened.
There wiil be a nut or a knob at the end of the spool where string comes out turn it left to loosen and right to tighten it. Rmove spool pull down and spool will come off foll directional arrows that shows which way the string should go put spool back on tighten screw or some you can turn with knob at end make sure it's tight before starting.
normaly there is 4 bolts holding the cover on take them out and the pull clutch in under there,,, put the string back in the cover and tighten the clutch up first so it pulls the strin in when you let it go,,,tiy a good knot in the pull start string or you will just pull it out again!
If these are the rotary knobs, pull them off and compare the shaft to one htat is tight. Sometimes it is a split shaft and you can GENTLY bend them out the tiniest amount to tighten the knobs.
If the shafts are plastic, try putting a few strands of thin string across the shaft before putting the knob on.
the knobs pull off but take a bit of forcee to do so.
IF IT SEEMS that the shaft itself is looser than others, best leave it alone. Replacing a pot on these takes a lot of work... MANY knobs must be pulled off and the case opened and at least a section of the board with the pots removed to access the pots.
in order to tighten your chain you can take a link off which would involve using a grinder, if you dont have one than go to an atv store and ask them to do it. theres a clip on the chain which holds it togther, remove the clip without damaging it than just pop the link off. that will take the chain off. i dont know what type off atv you have so there are probably bolts that hold pull the back end to tighten the chain look for those and if you can find them than tighten them.
for your engine do an oil change and drain out the carborator. if you need more help let me know.