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The plastic on/off panel that one presses (part of the plastic yellow top assembly of this model) is broken ... machine itself worx.

Need the black on/off part that inserts into the yellow plastic top housing. Could also need the actual on/off switch since it operates roughly (but that is secondary). Really need the black plastic top plate that touches the internal on/off switch. Suggestions welcome. Thx/rgds - Jack

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I can only suggest that you ,first post what your working on. Then post it to the right category. Even though car mechanics work on many different motors and such. I don't remember any black button on a yellow housing. Maybe John Deer tractors?

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