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I have the ryobi bc30 and it won't start. The cord is difficult to pull and it seems its hung up on something. The cord will pull out part way only and then retract.

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Try oiling into the shaft that turns the head,

Posted on Aug 03, 2009

  • Dennis Sharp Aug 03, 2009

    try oiling into the shaft that turns the head,

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