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my snowblower will not start, the pull cord will not pull

when I press the electric starter button it just makes a buzzing noise and the pull cord won't pull out

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The answer Barbara H sent is the correct answer. You can warm the 2 starters with a hair dryer to speed up the defrosting.

The manufacturer advises engaging the electric starter and pull the rope starter for a short time while the engine is running to remove any ice. This will make a loud noise, the manufacturer says it won't hurt the engine.

When you are using the snowthrower, snow builds up in the electric and pull starter. When you stop using the snowthrower, the snow turns to ice and jams the starters.
by Manage My Life
December 28th, 2010
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