How to Fix a Lawn Mower Pull Start?

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To repair a lawn mower pull start, begin by establishing the type or style of the mover, whether it is horizontal or vertical. If the rope is broken, take the cover off to get to the pulley then use your hand to rewind the pulley against the spring and hold it in place. Next, use a piece of bailing wire to aid in pushing the rope through the hole, tie and seal a knot with a flame especially for plastic ropes. Afterwards, oil the ratchet assembly on the upper side of the flywheel and replace the cover. Finally, return the pull handle on the cord.
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