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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Feb 25, 2008
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remove the starter housing, usually only 3 or 4 bolts or screws. on the inside should be a large white or black wheel, hold the outer case with one hand and rotate the wheel counter-clockwise with the other as many times as can without force. on the inside of the wheel should be a small hole, rotate the wheel to line it up with rope guide hole on the outer case/housing. use a nail or small screwdriver to help hold in place. feed the start rope through the 2 holes and tie a knot at the end, single or double depending on the size of the hole. if the end of the rope is frayed, use lighter to melt and twist to a point to make it easier to handle. when reassembling you may need to jiggle the handle for realignment. it works on an inner spring coil tensioner system, so if the cable has no tension when rotated or doesn't recoil back, the starter assembly will need to be replaced.
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
You shouldn't have to get the OEM or manufacturers motor. Get the info. off of the old motor like volts, RPM and HP(horsepower) or just bring the motor to an appliance parts store. They should be able to match it up. Make sure that you get a new capacitor for it too. The cap. rating will be something like 5mfd on the motor.
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
You may or may not have to go into attic, depends if an additional filter system is installed. May have filter grille's install in ceiling, or wall. If no filter's on the interior, then there should be in the furnance or filter rack in the attic. Filters should be used for no more than 3 months without changing or cleaning if washable.
Posted on Aug 27, 2011
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