There are 2 small screw under the black plasic part. If you've taken all the "visable" screws out the molded plasic part snaps off. Also there is 1 screw under the label. Use your finger to locate the hole and just poke your screwdriver thru it label to remove it.
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Hopefully the website will translate. Remove throttle handle from shaft trying to keep all parts in one side and once removed place together and install a couple of screws, remove shaft from part no 42 by loosening screw no. 43, item 45 has either a allen head or star head screw in it will probably loosen ccw. Remove item 45, remove item 46 should be arrow to show which way to turn you will need to use copper or brass pin to hit with hammer to remove to prevent damage. Now remove item no. 41 and you are at the starter cord. You will now have to remove spool no 51 and notice how rope is wound if possible, remove old rope install new rope place spool back in place to where it catches spring as it should now wind in same direction as rope wound about 5 turns hold and run rope through eyelet of starter housing. Now install keeper 52 with screw 53. Sorry link did not work just go to link below and type in your ut no. then select homelite. https://www.ereplacementparts.com/homelite-hlt17c-ut205
on the side where the pull cord was remove casing pull the cord through the hole on the casing
wind the spring back on the strimmer not to tight but tight enough for the cord to return once pulled. Attach the cord onto the spring this will be obvious there is a little hole the cord goes through then pull a bit of cord through tie a nott then pull the cord back so the nott is tight against the spring ,let the spring spring back the gord shoul wind onto the spring reattach the casing and job done hope this helps
What you are calling the "governor" is accutally the clutch drum. The is a screw in the center that needs to come out, then you will need to remove the clutch with a small punch and small hammer, by unscrewing it. Then you should be able to get to the recoil assembly. Hope that helps. Good day, mate.
Hi Baz, i will tell you a generic way of doing this as i don't know the model of your strimmer. on the pull cord housing you will have 3 or 4 screws to secure the housing to the motor body, undo these. the housing will lift away from the main motor body, underneath this cover you will see a spring canister, there may be a screw or clip keeping this in place or some are just secured with the outcover. remove this canister you should see a coil spring in the middle and a groove around the outside where the cord goes. you should see a knot inside the cord grove where the cord is threaded through to secure, remove thisand remove old cord. Now the trickky bit! some times it helps to have a helping had, you will need to turn the coil spring so it tights up to its full tightness, then thread the new cord into the secureing hole where the old cord was located, then when you release the spring this will coil the cord round the cord groove. replace the pull handle on the end of the cord so there is no slack and replace on to motor in reverse order. Hope this helps.
check spark plug connection & spark it self. how I hear you ask................... 1st- ly remove plug connection from spark and place a screwdrive down into the rubber seal & scrach the sm.plate at the bottom remove s.driver and spray with WD40 and try this - failing this remove sparkplug from motor and ask some one to hold it and repeat after me -lol. No really place the bottom of the spark to the gills of the motor and pull cord - this will show you if the spark has a spark....if it dosen't then clean with sand paper and try again...... still no spark then you will need a new spark plug.... the type of head should make NO differents to the motor. also it may be that you have flooded the engine in this case you just nedd to keep pulling cord in the on pos.with no prim. hope one of these will work for you . best of luck.P
Yes it can be repaired Jim. The belt has probably snapped. It happened on mine. Just undo all the screws and one hidden screw underneath the black lable near the number one, which is on the same side as all the other screws. Run your finger over the lable and you should feel it. Just pull the telescopic arm out and lift up the motor slightly so that you can place a new belt on. Simple as. Hope this helps