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T"he sound you are hearing is coming from the blower wheel.This is located in the front of the machine and can be accessed by removing the front of the machine, Getting the front off varies machine to machine, Once the front is off, you'll see the blower wheel in the front, and once again some models you may have to remove exhaust vent, in others just the cover of the blower wheel. This is an easy repair, no doubt. The part number is
The gear is misaligned and will need to take apart to fix. Do not force since this will further produce more problems. Take it to a camera shop to fix. However, you might get charged alot of money, so I recommend getting a new camera -since they're now getting cheap to buy.
sounds like you have dirt in the recoil clutch, (under the screen) or you bent something there. try removing the clutch and make sure shaft is very clean and lightly coated with oil. This would be for a briggs and stratton engine.
Probably a throw-out bearing, also called a clutch release bearing. It will eventually have to be replaced, and sooner better than later. If it freezes up completely, you can do some damage to the clutch assembly or release arm.
No, do not spray oil on your belts. Have the belt replaced if that's where the noise is coming from. The squeaky belt could also indicate one of the accessories may be bad. Have who ever replacing the belt check to make sure all the accessory pulleys turn freely.