HOW TO Repair The Pull Cord On Your Lawnmower With Briggs & Stratton 3.5 Classic Engine




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waferswafers: Thanks for the video. I’ve just replaced the pull cord on my B&S engined mower here in the UK, following your advice all the way through. The only area which was a bit of a head-scratcher was lining up the recoil spring tab. Turns out my spring needed some tweaking with my long-nose pliers before it would catch on the tab. I’ve still got no idea how it miraculously latched in the first place Got there in the end though!

angeleyes102162: Thanks to you I think I can do this ! Thank you for making it plain and simple

Emanuela Davis: Great instruction thanks, your awesome :)

Chris Overland: Outstanding video Don. Thanks so much. Hey do you have a video or pointers on getting that recoil spring back in? Mine didn't go as slick as yours in the video. Thanks again. :-)

Sean Murphy: Great video. Complete novice when it comes to fixing things. To remove the bolts you say you have to use a 3/8's socket. That relates to the ratchet part right? What would be the size of the socket that you used? I'm trying to source a cheap ratchet set but I want to make sure I get 1. the right wrench 2. a socket that fits. Sorry if this seems like a very basic question. Keep up the good work!

Rob Clement: Thank you this old video allowed me to get the grass cut before the rain came down. It's simple when you know how.

Grandpa Can Cook: Hi Don, my mower has the motor manufacture's plastic shroud over the engine cover. I got that off and saw the rivets on the pull cord case and figured "probably not supposed to remove them". I'm glad I watched your video before doing that. I'm running to the store now to get some line. Will probably fix tomorrow.

The Psycho Maniac: could you do a video how to fix a petrol scooter rope that doesnt retract

Dave Pickworth: Great, clear video. Thanks :-)

Robby Davidson: Great post! Thank you. :)

kristian young: I found this really helpful. thanks

Dean Ottoman: thanks sooo much!

Luke Blaser: Great video! Well made, to the point, and no nonsense. Exactly what I needed, and nothing I didn't. Thanks Donny!

Barbara R: Thanks for the video! My 30 year old Briggs and Stratton is mowing again thanks to you!

going4skyhigh: You are the best! You save me a lot of costly repairs and make me feel more independence!!

uncle freddie: thanks so much! thanks to you I got it done right the first time!!!!

Dawn OHara: Just followed your video to replace the rope on a tiller. Worked perfect!

Raimis Pavardenis: thanks a lot! your videos helped 2 times

Musicizmyremedy: What if I lost my old rope? :(. I tried starting today but I just realized the starter rope is gone lol

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