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The cord of my 30ss wont go back in after I pulled it to start it, I've taken off the shaft with the handle on it, But, there's a drum on the shaft and it won't come off. How do I get this off of the shaft so I can remove the shroud cover?

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That is removed by using a #15 Torx screwdriver into the end. There is a screw in there...Good luck...Lee

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