Question about Electric Lawn Mower
Once the machine is plugged into a power source, you must pull a spring loaded plastic lever to operate it. If the handle is released the machine stops. My problem is that the handle came off the machine because the spring was dislocated from its normal position. I can't seem to figure out how to get the spring into position such that it holds the handle in place under tension. I have taken the controls apart so that the area where the spring is placed is accessable. Any ideas? Thanks. Scott
Im not all that familiar with electric machines - without having the machine in front of me i prob cant help much sorry
Posted on Nov 03, 2008
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