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On my umbrella the rope is wound around a pulley such that if you wind it down and keep turning the same way the rope will start to wind back up in the other direction on the pulley and the umbrella will lift again. Maybe the rope on yours is stuck in the middle somehow and when it catches the rope starts winding up in the other direction.
i would think you can unscrew the crank assy. attach and feed new rope from the top down the tube and attach it to the crank assy. then just put it back in and screw it down. use a good cord maybe even parachute cord from maybe home depot or lowes
why bother, most of them are made in China and like most stuff we are a throw away society, it will cost you plenty for glue and material if you still chose to fix it, The most I get frmo umbrellas int eh desert sun is barely a year.
It absolutely is fixable, type restring patio umbrella into your search engine and look at several of the YouTube videos detailing how it can be fixed. The hardest part may be to source the string, why not contact the manufactures and ask if they can supply it. As an additional note you need to make sure all the moving bits work properly and are lubricated not sticking, the string may have broken due to excessive force being needed because all was not as friction free as it should be. http://wwww.dayva.com/contact
The table stand will have some or all of these four deficiencies:
1. Too small diameter
2. Too light-weight
3. Too short and weak of a neck to support the pole
4. No mechanism to secure the pole to the base
So any breeze would tip it over, break off the neck, or lift it right out of the base. Without seeing the base you have I can't be certain, but your likelihood of success is pretty slim.