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Ryobi SS30 Trimmer. Need to rewind pull cord. I already have the housing off. Need to know the next step in removing clutch assembly.

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Cut handle off,let spring unwind.remove piece that stops pulley from coming off,then take pulley off,should leave spring intact.dont touch the spring,hell of a job to refit..bolt holding clutch assembly is usually left hand thread.usually two springs holding the two small brake shoes.reasonably easy to go from there

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