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12 VOLT ELECTRIC WINCH, MODEL # 2Z894. Cable cannot be pulled out in free wheeling mode.

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The clutch knob on the side needs to be loosened up. Rotate this and the shaft will be free to pull the cable out.

Posted on Dec 27, 2009

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