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How can the starter cord be repaired/replaced on a DR Trimmer/Mower with a 6.5 OHV Briggs-Stratton engine.


Replacement cord kits are available in home improvement stores. If the screen cover is pop riveted on you'll need to get replacement pop rivets and a tool to install them. Otherwise, remove the bolts holding it in place and remove the screen. Unwind the broken cord, paying attention as to the direction of the wind. Replace the cord and attach it to the one-way clutch. Don't forget to put the new cord thru the hole in the screen before attaching it to the clutch. Now wind the clutch so the spring starts to pull the cord into the clutch. Pull on the cord to see if it's operating correctly. Once you're satisfied, go ahead and reinstall the screen on the engine.

Feb 07, 2017 | Garden

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Briggs & Stratton 9000 diagram/repair manual. For the pull cord assembly. FREE


If you are going to be repairing B&S air cooled engines, may I suggest that you make a handy tool for repairing the pull cord starter. To access the pull cord assembly, remove the blower housing to expose the backside of the pull starter. All of the B&S pull start engines have a starter clutch that secures the flywheel to the crankshaft. These clutches go bad after a while. Go to a local repair shop and ask if you can have an old B&S starter clutch. Take it apart and keep the spindle. Have someone weld a T bar handle to the spindle. You will use this to reload the spring in the recoil starter, winding backwards to load the spring. Use a C clamp to hold it in place after loading the spring. Insert the new nylon pull rope through the grommet and out through the hole in the rope spool. Tie a figure 8 knot in the end of the new rope. Slowly release the C clamp to allow the spool to rewind, loading itself with new pull cord. You need about +/- 20 inches of pull cord. Replace the rubber handle on the pull cord and you are ready to mount to blower housing back on the engine. I hope this helps. PS. See the attached url for the Operator's Manual for the 9000 horizontal. http://www.tranzsporter.com/tpdf/Briggs%20&%20Stratton%209000.pdf

May 26, 2016 | Briggs & Stratton Garden

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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?


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.

Dec 29, 2015 | Garden

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Replace pull cord


Replacing a pull cord is not easy. After you remove the shaft, then the drum cover, you are left with the drum and clutch. There is a screw in the center of the drum which has to come off. Then there is a the clutch which if not removed correctly will come apart on you. Only after both parts are remove can you get to the pull cord.

Oct 19, 2013 | Troy Bilt Tb70ss Gas Trimmer

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I need to replace pull start cord .Cant get clutch drum off to acess pull start,how does clutch come off.


The clutch drum is secured by a single screw accessable through the center. It is usually a "torx" bit head.

Feb 18, 2011 | Ryobi Garden

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The pull cord to crank up the weed eater is not pulling out.


You can try replacing the cord with new,failing that if the cord is sticking on starting,and releasing the cord,you will need a new starter clutch,you should check with your servicing agent first before commencing work,as sometimes these are not worth repairing,rgds

Sep 26, 2010 | Husqvarna 28cc Gas Line Trimmer

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How to remove clutch?


You have to pull the spark plug and fill the cylinder with some small rope then using a big pair of locking pliers you can loosen the clutch. There should be markings on the clutch as to the direction to unloosen.

May 13, 2010 | Troy Bilt Tiller/Edger 26cc, Model No....

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Replace pull cord




The pull cord works by wrapping around a coil that holds the line, and
this works by a spring, and there are 4 bearings in a clutch that help it to engage. Through wear and tear this can get to where it just doesn't work well anymore and needs cleaned. Remove the four screws that attach the motor to the clutch assembly. This will give access to the pull cord. Remove and be careful for the spring likes to shoot out when you remove the 4 tabs that hold the spool in. Replace the cord by running one end through the hole that the old cord is in. You then tie a tight knot in the line, you will see this when you remove the old cord. While there I would clean, lubricate, reinstall, the spring, and you should be back to trimming

Aug 06, 2009 | Poulan Pe550 Gas Edger

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Replacing pull cord on weedeater


there is another t20 screw in the neck of the drum. once removed you will expose the drive clutch. soak it good with WD40 then unscrew it from the shaft. if you have all the housing screws out, you should be able to simply remove the housing to expose the pull cord assembly, screwed to housing.

Aug 06, 2009 | Ryobi Garden

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Replacing pull cord on troy built mower model # 8654r 4hp


Remove the housing covering the clutch. The cord spool can then be accessed. Replace the cord. Be careful that you maintain the proper spool spring tension. Check operation before reassembling

Jan 10, 2009 | Troy Bilt 17 Inch 29 Cc Gas Powered...

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