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HOW TO REPLACE RECOIL SPRING IN FG110

JUST PURCHASED TILLER. AFTER FEW PULLS ON THE RECOIL STARTER, RECOIL SPRING WON'T PULL STRING BACK IN. SPRING CAME OFF. WHAT IS THE PROCESS OF PUTTING IT BACK IN?

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First make sure the fuel is fresh. If it has been in the tiller or the fuel can for a while get rid of it and go buy new fuel. If it is a 4 cycle make sure there is no oil mixed with the fuel. Give this a try and let me know. Wed can go on from there.

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The simple way is to take a oil pan and lift the tiller with the plug removed and drain it out while holding over the pan. Dispose of oil properly. I have an older model that does not have an oil drain plug.

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