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The pull cord on my leaf blower will not re-coil. I have it torn apart but can't figure out what is wrong. Any ideas? Craftsman 32cc 360 cfm gas

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How far did you take it apart? It is more than likely just jammed, take a small screw driver and stick it in one of the fins and try to work the pulley back and forth. When you pulled it, it went past the end and pulled the rope back in when it should be pulling it one way now it is pulling it the other way and it is locked. Or the spring is broke. Not likely. Here is a video on it.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zelPN20xVrM

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