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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: broken pull cord
ur going to have to unmount the the motor from the shaft
step 1. Unbolt throttle housing
step 2. now with that out of the way u should see a clamp holding the motor to the shaft, loosen and pull the shaft out, there will be a cable, so make sure u have it lined up so it goes back into place
step 3, look at the back of the motor, u should see screws going into the plastic housing (coming in from back going into plastic)
step 4. once that is off pull the broken part of the cord out
step 5. wind up the starter coil, (it will only wind up one way) its spring loaded so be carful, once it stops back it off 1 full turn
step 6. u will see a hole for the cord in the housing and in the coil, make sure they are lined up
step 7. insert the cord through both holes, tie it as tighttttt as possible, then let the spring do the rest
step 8. put it back together
Posted on May 31, 2009
I sounds like it sucked up some debris in the bottom of the fuel tank and obstructed fuel flow somewhere. Start by blowing out the in-tank fuel filter (You will have to fish it out with something), then load the line with carb cleaner (wear safety glasses) put fuel filter back in line and crank it a few times to pull the carb cleaner into the carb. This may dislodge the obstruction. If this doesn't work, you will have to remove and cleant he carburator. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 05, 2009
SOURCE: no power fs66 stihl weedeater
Hi When you cleaned the muffler out did you also clean the carbon out of the port on the cylinder as this can be blocked as well. Also you will have to retune the carby, There should be 2 screws 1 for low speed marked l on the carby body and 1 marked h for high speed to start with they should be set at 1 & 1/2 turns out from closed the low speed you set at an idle and the high speed you set at full throttle. Hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
SOURCE: pull rope does not return
Unless the rope has broken, you dont need to replace it. The problem is probably the rewind spring. It is located under the starter pulley (the one the rope is in). The best thing to do is pull the unit apart and see if you can see if maybe there is something holding the rope up. The spring is a little dangerous to replace. If you go for it, be careful....Lee
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
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