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Dave, Under the cover is he air filter, If wing nut are seized or broke, soak threaded areas of these fasteners with a penetrating oil, a few times over a day. You may have to use pliers/vise grips if wing nut is damaged. Check the attached links,instruction and guides, Good luck
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