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Balde wheel is engaged while trying to pull start making the task extremely difficult. is there a clutch mechenism that is not dissengaging?

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No. The blade is like a flywheel and is connected directly on the motor shaft. However, these usually have separate choke and throttle handles. I have found that they start easiest if the throttle is set pretty low and the choke is closed. Once it starts to fire, then slowly open the choke - allowing it to pick up a bit of speed before you open the choke all of the way. Then wait a few seconds before turning up the throttle. On the other hand, if you have debris in the machine making it hard to turn, you will have to clean some of it out before you start it. Good luck, Al K

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