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I performed the same repair on my Craftsman WeedWacker with good result. It is different in some details from the Homelight, but essentially similar. I found it helped align the units by rotating the string head while re-installing the engine.
Thanks for posting this. I love it when the exact fix is right there. You have added to the the total knowledge of the universe!
Hi just come across your video as I needed to perform the same operation. Excellent video. The only thing I would have mentioned is before tying the pull handle on I would pull the cord out a couple turns and then tie it on. This would ensure when the spring returns to its position, it remains under slight tension to reduce the chance of it unseating itself. You would need to add an extra couple turns of rope when installing the assembly to allow for this. But never the less an excellent video and very clear with excellent commentary.
Thank you so much for this video. I snapped my rope at the end of last fall. Sat in garage debating on just buying a new one, much to the dismay of my wife. Looking at homedepot found $4 pull kit. With you video, I was up and running in 20 minutes or less. Thanks.
My father's Homelite has the pull cord on the back and it will not pull without jerking. It's not quite as old as dirt, but almost and was heading for the dump, but after watching this video, I think that I might try repairing it instead. Nothing ventured, nothing gained and absolutely nothing to lose. Thanks for an excellent video and an even better explanation.
Thank you for the video, I have Homelite Easy Reach about 15 years old, same screw pattern. I went to hardware store and bought 2 foot of matching rope for less than a dollar. Your video details were hands down the best!
Dude you are frickin amazing! I've got the same exact model and was going to pay whatever to fix it cause I had no idea how to do this. THANK YOU!
Hi SuperSn0wy, it may just be sealed from not ever being separated. I would try wedging a thin screw driver or a putty knife (something thin) to wedge in between the motor and starter housing assembly. Let me know how it goes. Thanks for posting.
Hi thank you for your reply . The problem was the drive shaft was seized / stuck in the clutch bell square drive output section Once the flexible drive shaft was PERSUADED out then the screw was accessible and the engine came away easily. What was confusing me , was the clutch bell appeared to be crimped onto the flexy shaft and I didn,t want to damage the flexible drive by trying to remove it .I saw in another You Tube video where the clutch bell securing screw was located and once the drive was removed (the previous owner had glued it in with Araldite .the rest was a piece of cake .. Thank you for your interest.
I tried this on my own starting with little confidence. Was able to make the repair in 15 minutes. Total cost $3.45 for a new nylon rope. Lawn mower repair shop wanted 35 bucks and 3 weeks. If I can do it anybody can.
Maybe my machine is different,but he left out how to rewind the spool so that it will rewind when you pull it. There is a little loop on the end of the rewind spring that has to hook into a slot on the back of the spool,and THEN rewind the rope with the spool in place.
SOLVED!! have an even older homelite st 385. Im having the same issue not being able to remove the pull start. I removed it with a grinder to reveal it looks like youll need a long hex bi t and turn it too the left after using some penetrating fluid. Then below that there are two discs that must be unscrewed as well. You must jam a screwdriver or something solid into the motor fins to hold it while you unscrew them. Hope this helps everyone with the older model
One of the best "How to" I have watched!
I'm headed out to the garage to do this. I'll subscribe if your instructions are good!
The pull cord doesn't recoil on my H-lite weed whacker. I'll have to try your procedure to see if I can fix it. If I can do it, anyone can! Thanks for your video. Will let you know how things turned out.
Sorry for not clarifying... I've already torn the pull cord so I opened it up and did everything in the video. Put it back together and it pulls out but will not coil back in. As soon as I took it back apart the cord retracts. I'm so perplexed, I've worked on it for about 2 hours now.
Can anyone help me figure out a different problem with this trimmer? Somehow the head of the trimmer only spins very slowly after I replaced the pull cord. I took it apart again and the big spring thing that does down the shaft freely moves front to back, that doesn’t seem right. Any input on how to fix that?
Thanks for the video my weed wacker is fixed yessss.
SuperSnOwy, I seem to have the same problem. The clutch doesn't seem to let go as it does in this video.