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WHAT KEEPS BREAKING THE FLYWHEEL KEY/ CHANGED IT OUT TWICE. DOESN'T SEEM TO BE ANY DEBRIS IN AREA, DOESN'T SEEM TO BE CATCHING ON ANYTHING

CHANGED OE OLD BROKEN KEY WITH NEW ONE. TRIED TO START IT AND IT BROKE THE KEY AGAIN

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Hi Tami:
When you replace the key, the flywheel attachment nut has to be really tight so that there is absolutely no slop in the flywheel connection. Give it another try. Don't strip the threads, but also, don't be afraid to pull on the wrench.

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