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There is no slack in my pull cord so i can't get it started.

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Change the pull cord do you really need someone to tell you this!!!! In any case try this website and try using some common sense next time PAL. Go to smalleng.com they have video on how to do what you need. Check it out awesome website! The cord you can buy at any local home center. or repair shop.

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