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Briggs & Stratton 9000 diagram/repair manual. For the pull cord assembly. FREE


If you are going to be repairing B&S air cooled engines, may I suggest that you make a handy tool for repairing the pull cord starter. To access the pull cord assembly, remove the blower housing to expose the backside of the pull starter. All of the B&S pull start engines have a starter clutch that secures the flywheel to the crankshaft. These clutches go bad after a while. Go to a local repair shop and ask if you can have an old B&S starter clutch. Take it apart and keep the spindle. Have someone weld a T bar handle to the spindle. You will use this to reload the spring in the recoil starter, winding backwards to load the spring. Use a C clamp to hold it in place after loading the spring. Insert the new nylon pull rope through the grommet and out through the hole in the rope spool. Tie a figure 8 knot in the end of the new rope. Slowly release the C clamp to allow the spool to rewind, loading itself with new pull cord. You need about +/- 20 inches of pull cord. Replace the rubber handle on the pull cord and you are ready to mount to blower housing back on the engine. I hope this helps. PS. See the attached url for the Operator's Manual for the 9000 horizontal. http://www.tranzsporter.com/tpdf/Briggs%20&%20Stratton%209000.pdf

May 26, 2016 | Briggs & Stratton Garden

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I cant get to the pull cord on model 358.794731 leaf blower to replace it


Go to www.searspartsdirect.com and enter this model # and you will be able to print out the parts diagram for this item. Looks like the motor may have to come off the handle cover. The pull cord is in the handle #30 on diagram scroll/handle/fuef tank and to #8 starter. You will have to look at the diagram and take the screws off the cover to get to it and take care cause the starter has a spring inside it that can jump out and will need to be recoiled if it comes apart.

Sep 06, 2011 | Garden

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Diagram to replace pull cord on 3.5hp tesumseh engine


No diagram, but this explains it.

Remove the recoil assembly from the mower, there are 3 machine screws.
Remove the old rope and get matching cord, make sure you get the correct diameter, usually 3/16 or 1/4 inch, and type, I believe it should be nylon braided. Do not cut the new cord.
Use a match to light the end of the cord and once it ignites, use an old rag to pull and form the end into a point.
Notice which way the pulley in the starter assembly rotates and hand spin it in that direction until it is fairly tight. Once it is tight, rotate it into a position such that you can push the pointed end of the cord from the outside into the hole in the housing of the starter and directly into the hole on the inner pulley. Tie a tight knot in the end of the rope inside the pulley.
Remove the clamp and let the rope get rewound on the pulley. Cut the cord, point this end and run it into the handle and knot it.

Gary

May 08, 2011 | Briggs & Stratton Garden

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I have a telex turner 56 handheld mic. the cord was snagged and pulled all of the wires off of the ptt switch. I need a diagram or some assistance i am using this on my connex


if it pulled them off the switch you may need a new cord ?? or just get a new on they only $38.99.. well thats what we selll them for... most replacement mic cables are $14.. they someone installing.. $5... theres $20 easy.. pin 1 ground
pin 2 audio, pin 3 tx, pin 4 rx..

Feb 15, 2011 | Connex Radio Communications

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How to take apart to replace power cord


Hello,

In order to access the cord on the Miele S183 upright, you'll need to first remove the handle from the vacuum cleaner. There is a large screw that holds the handle in place that is located under neath of the lower cord wrap hook. Simply remove this screw, and slide the off the vacuum by pushing the handle towards the back of the machine.

Once you have the handle removed, now ope the bag door as if you were going to replace the vacuum bag. You'll see two screws directly above where the bag fits inside of the machine. These two screws will open up the switch and cord housing and give you access to the electrical cord.

You'll see that there are two screws that secure the cord as it comes into the vacuum from the back. Remove both of these screws so that the cord is no longer secured. I think the easiest way to replace this cord is to simply cut the cord (MAKE SURE THE VACUUM IS UNPLUGGED) so that there is about 4-5 inches of the cord jacket (rubber coating around the cord) remaining. You may now just pull this cord jacket off of the cord, along with the paper insulation so you have two bare wires of the old cord. Now take your new cord and push it into the back of the vacuum so that it comes through the switch housing. Instead of having to re-secure the cord with the two screws, I've found that if you tie a small knot in the cord, this works just as well at preventing the cord from pulling through the back of the vacuum.

Simply strip the wires that are left from the old cord, and simply wire nut the new cord after tying a knot (or re-securing it with the two screws), and reassemble the vacuum cleaner. Test the vacuum only after putting the switch housing cover back into place.

If you have any questions about how to do this repair, please feel free to use the clarification request form here on the Fixya repair page. If you found this helpful, please be so kind as to rate my repair as helpful by clicking on the 4 thumbs up icons in the top right hand corner of the repair. This is what keep Fixya's repair professionals continue leaving free repair advice on this site.

Here's a link to a blown up parts diagram to help you visualize how the vacuum comes apart.
http://lib.store.yahoo.net/lib/vacuumcleanerbacgs/miele-s183-upright-parts-diagram.gif

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Thanks again for rating my repair,

Chris J.
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Apr 07, 2010 | Miele S183 Powerhouse Bagged Upright...

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How do I replace the pull rope on the TE 475 weedeater? I went to start it today and pulled on the rope and it all came out.


How do I replace my pull cord on my weed eater TE 475? I have the parts diagram, I need to know where the cord attaches and what the steps are to rewind the pulley and attach the cord.

Oct 19, 2009 | Poulan/Weed Eater No. Te475 952711797 17"...

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My Dremel tool has intermittent power.


You can go to any repair facility and buy a replacement cord making sure of the wire guage and conductor (2 or 3) what you can do is make a wiring diagram and remove the old cord and holding the cord about 10 inches from end pull one wire at a time and if there is a break it will pull out to confirm your suspicion. Let me know if you need any more help and if I have answered your request would you please rate this response accordingly and thank you.

Aug 11, 2009 | Dremel Stylus Rotary Tool

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Yanked the cord out of the vacuum


Wasn't able to find any diagrams either, but there should be some screws to take out, and the top and bottom should separate. Don't let the cord reel spring unwind if it hasn't already done so. If it hasn't, one half of the reel should come aprt so you can re-attach the cord. then put the reel back together and let it wind the cord on the reel. If the spring is unwound and/or the reel wasn't made to come apart, then you will have to replace the cord reel asm.

Feb 28, 2008 | Bosch BSG71360UC Bagged Canister Vacuum

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