Question about Champion International Champion Power Equipment 46515 3500 Watt 196cc OHV 4cycle Gas Powered Rv
Posted by Anonymous on
If I understand correctly, you have a pull-start generator.
The rope to the pull-start broke.
This happened to us out on the job one day.
Our equipment might be different than yours. Our pull-start assembly is held with 4 bolts. Simply remover those bolts and lift off the cover ... carefully. The rope is attached to something I will call a pulley. The rope wraps around the pulley several times.
Do not lift out the pulley that the rope attaches to >> or the spring that re-winds the rope will come un-sprung (at least it did on our machine). If the spring comes unwound, then you got another job, and have to put the spring back also. Your machine might be different.
Keep pulley in place. Remove rope. Get another rope with same diameter and length and put it in.
Posted on Oct 19, 2010
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