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How do I replace the pull cord on snapper sr1330 riding mower


remove coil cap look at the rope pulley pull old rope forward till you get to end knot hold pully pull not out with the rest of the rope then wind pulley up till it wont go any farther back off one turn alighning the cover hole with pully hole use ascrew driver stuck between the slot on cover and pulley ten get your rope take a lighter and burn the end of the rope the take a rag pul the end of burt end of the rope shuold leave a pointed rope then take rope and stick through pully hole then the housing make the rope about 70 iches long it will be to long i no but just do it tie a knot in tend on the back of pully take lighter and heat it still it melts a very little the knot that is pull rope on through pulley hold rope remove screw driver slowly let rope wind up on pulley still it stops you will have rope sticking out reistall pulley cap then put handle on rope put handle all the way down to cap pull rope one turn push handel down to cap atie a knot in rope as close to to handel as possible heat not like the other end cut rope with 1/2 inch of rope sticking out of knot

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I have a Yard Man self propelled push mower the pull rope broke I replaced the rope but now it won't recoil . Please help me find out what is wrong. Thx.


OK first remove recoil unit off motor, Whats the pull start.
Next pull the rope all the way out.Watch the direction the rope pulling is turning. When the rope is pulled as far it can be put something in to hold pulley where it is. Cut off rope knot and remove rope.Then hold pulley remove what is holding it from moving then continue turning rope pulley in same direction until it stops.Then turn opposite way to line up hole in pulley and hole in metal shield and block. Then slide rope through holes and tie knot tight. Release pulley slowly and rope is going to retract just like new...

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Pull rope will not pull


Remove recoil rope assembly. Ensure rope is properly wrapped around. While recoil assembly is removed use ratchet and socket to rotate fly wheel, remove spark plug first, observe compression and exhaust at spark plug whole during rotation of fly wheel. Clean or replace spark plug. Ensure oil is full. 30w. Set spark plug gap. Always use Stabile in gas. Replace coil rope is required. Purchased by the foot at any mower repair store.

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Starter cord


remove top starter assy. cut grip from old rope ease rope into spool,
when slack remove center screw and carefully pull out spool, tie knot in rope and thread into spool, wind rope [make sure correct size rope]
around spool until full,carefully turn spool into spring 1 turn then replace screw. put rope into notch on spool and wind up 3-6 turns,
replace grip

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Need to relace starter rope


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Remove the cover from the side of the blower that contains the pull start. This usually involves removing the self-tapping screws that join the two halves of the blower housing together.


  • 2
  • Remove the broken rope from the starter pulley. Usually the rope is attached to the pulley with a simple overhand knot; just grab the knot and pull the rope back through the hole in the pulley. Sometimes the rope is attached to the pulley with a staple or some other fastener, which you'll have to remove first.
  • 3 Remove the handle from the replacement rope, if it's already attached.
  • 4 Thread the end of the rope opposite the handle through the hole in the starter pulley, working from the inside of the pulley (the side facing in toward the engine).
  • 5 Fasten the rope to the pulley. If it attaches with a knot, simply tie an overhand knot, pull it tight and trim off any excess rope sticking out of the knot. If it attaches with a fastener, replace the fastener.
  • 6 Wrap the rope counterclockwise around the pulley until the pulley is full; this usually involves one or two wraps.
  • 7 Thread the free end of the rope through the hole in the blower housing.
  • 8 Replace the blower housing and screw it in place.
  • 9 Trim off excess rope, leaving about 6 inches of rope protruding from the blower housing.
  • 10 Attach the handle to the starter rope. This typically involves threading the rope through one or two holes in the handle and securing with an overhand knot.

  • Read more: How Do I Replace a Pull String on a Hand Held Blower? ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_6920861_do-string-hand-held-blower_.html#ixzz1DKqEmA1w

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    Renew pull start cord


    Go to smalleng.com they have video on how to do what you need. Check it out awesome website!

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    Broken pull starter rope


    remove pulley that rope goes on, wind it with new rope, wrap it till it is full, then feed rope thru hole in housing, put pulley back in place, put rope thru pull handle, pull thru till you feel spring catch tie a knot and that should do it......be careful when removing pulley not to dislodge recoil spring

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    Replace pull cord Big Wheeled weed EaterString


    First, remove the recoil assembly but dont disassemble!
    You'll need about 3 1/2 ft. of the same size rope. Tie a knot into one end of the rope. While holding the pulley in place observe the direction the pulley moves when rope is pulled. Release pulley and cut and remove old rope. Continue winding pulley in direction rope would pull it. Do no wind too tight. Line up holes in recoil housing and pulley then push rope through pulley and out housing. Tie on handle and install recall in reverse order.

    Jul 02, 2009 | Garden

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    Pull start rope broke


    You have to remove the whole cover. Do not break rivets. Remove the rest of old rope, then wind pulley/spring the direction it would turn if the rope was being pulled. When it's wound tight, back off to align hole in cover and pulley. Insert end of about an 8' rope from the outside the cover through the pulley and tie a single knot/loop. Then let the rope be drawn in by the pulley/spring.

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    Replacing starter pull cord on Cub Cadet mower


    1st get same size cord 24" long .remove pull start assy. remove old rope.burn & smash ends flat of new rope(helps it go thru holes on pulley & cover easy). tie small knot in 1 end of rope. unwind spring pressure like if rope is pulled all the way out when starting.align holes in pulley & cover .fish rope thru holes start on pulley side, out thru cover so knotted end on pulley side.when ropes thru slip handle on .rewind spring will wind itself pulling rope in . your done

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