How to Troubleshoot a Troy-Bilt 4-Cycle Gasoline Trimmer Starter Rope?

Answer The starter rope on a Troy-Bilt 4-cycle gas trimmer gives the operator the ability to manually crank the engine fast enough to start combustion. The rope, attached to a pulley, spins the flywheel a... Read More »

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Troubleshooting a Troy-Bilt Trimmer's Clutch Problems?

The clutch on a Troy-Bilt trimmer transfers power from the crankshaft to the driveshaft and allows the trimmer head to spin at high rates of speed. This clutch will gradually wear out and need repl... Read More »

How to Troubleshoot a Troy Bilt Lawn Mower?

Troy Bilt lawn mowers cut grass by using an engine that spins a cutting blade. After a few years of service, the mower will break down and maintenance is required to keep it running at full speed. ... Read More »

How to Troubleshoot a Troy Bilt Electric Start Mower Battery That Will Not Charge?

If you need to mow your lawn, but your Troy Bilt mower won't start because of a dead battery, you will need to charge it. Sometimes a battery won't charge though. The most likely reason it won't ch... Read More »

How to Fix a Two Cycle Engine Rope Starter?

Two-cycle engines, like those found on chainsaws, gas-powered trimmers or small lawnmowers, typically use a rope starter. Over time, the rope in these rope starters can become damaged and break. Re... Read More »