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The manual recoil starter I pulled starter slowly two or three times and then cord was loose no resistance what is the problem?

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You need to pull the cord sharply to deploy the clutch so it engages the motor. If nothing happens or the cord doesn't retract, the return spring may be broken or the starter clutch is faulty.

You can remove the pull-cord unit and check. or take it in for service.

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Sounds like the starter drive is jammed. Look for a large cog azt the back of the starter cord on the motor, manually push it in the opposite direction to the spin created when the cord is pulled.

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