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The dog house on your recoil is broken or stuck. It's the thing that pops out and engages the shaft when you pull on it, it goes back in when you release the rope.
You have to buy a new rope, remove the cover from the engine that contains the manual rope starter. There is a spring inside that can fly out and injure you if you do not know what you are doing. My suggestion is that you take the mower or the cover to a lawn mower shop and let them replace the rope if you are not comfortable tackling this yourself. It can be tricky to install the new rope and wind the spring just right.
The pull-starter system on a Poulan chain saw includes a pull-starter pulley, rope and recoil spring that are prone to wear and breakage. The pull starter is nothing more than a thin rope that rubs against the eyelet with each pull. That action slowly wears away the rope, eventually leading to a frayed or broken rope. A broken pull starter must be replaced, which is a good opportunity to inspect the chain saw's other moving parts for breaks and excessive wear. Replace worn or broken parts with new units to restore your Poulan chain saw to like-new condition and proper pull-starter operation.
A rope and pulley lessen the force needed to pull an item, but it increases the distance that you have to pull it. It also changes the direction that it moves: you pull the rope down, the item goes up.
Keep it tied to a rope and pull on the rope
You can by the jump/pull rope in the discount shop, which you can walk there with your Nintendogs.
In your inventory pull the rope to the life buoy. They will combine.
When you pull up the flag you pull it up by the rope. The rope has a pulley on it. So the actual poll is not a pulley but it has a pulley system on it
There are five Sherlock Holmes stories where a rope is used, and there are a couple of more with a bell-pull or bell-rope. If you are referring to the story where a bell-pull is nothing more than a rope, then you are looking for 'The Adventure of the Speckled Band.'