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How do I connect throttle cable to throttle trigger?


Search for online manual, that has the diagram, showing the location the end of throttle cable at the trigger. You will have to take apart the handle assembly, to access the cable and trigger.

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STUCK TRIGGER


The I.R. 2135Ti or TiMAX has some known issues with the trigger o-ring (item# 22A) swelling, the throttle valve (item# 28D) bending or breaking, and the throttle valve seal (item# 28E) wearing out or deteriorating. Procedure wise you should not be able to remove the trigger without first removing the inlet bushing assembly (item# 26) the reason is that the reverse valve (item# 24) keeps the throttle valve from tipping forward and releasing the trigger, there is a slot for the stem of the throttle valve to slide into.
Follow this link to the parts list:
http://manualarchive.ingersollrandproducts.com/ir_pdfs/Tools/Vehicle%20Service%20Tools/Air%20Impact%20Tools/45534070_ed3.pdf
When reassembling the tool first install the inlet bushing assembly and then install the trigger, make sure to lube the o-ring before inserting.

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A Part broke off from my Yardman weedeater YM4570 the part that has two parts and are held by two springs which turns and expands when accelerates


The Yard-Man YM4570 is a nice 4-cycle gas trimmer.

It's hard to tell from your description, but the part you are referring to could possibly be related to the throttle assembly:

Throttle Housing & Trigger Assembly
Part Number: 753-04234

Throttle Trigger Spring
Part Number: 791-182690

You can get the part numbers and Operators Manual at MTD Products... click here:
Operators Manual

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I have a ingersoll rand 231c 1/2 impact wrench that is almost brand new, have had no problems with daily use until today when the trigger will not move.


The IR231c is equipped with a throttle valve stem (item # 9) that is prone to oxidation and causes a stuck trigger condition. Remove the air strainer assembly (item # 10), followed by the spring (item # 8) then the throttle valve (item # 6) you will see the throttle valve stem (item # 9) spray some penetrating lube, if severely stuck it may be necessary to remove the trigger and pushing the throttle valve stem from the top.
Follow this link to see the parts diagram.

http://manualarchive.ingersollrandproducts.com/ir_pdfs/Tools/Impact%20Tools/Air%20Impactools/04584546_ed3.pdf

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Saw is idling to high will not adjust down. What do I do.


Open the carburetor area cover and remove the air cleaner so that you can observe the throttle arm and the idle speed screw which stops throttle movement to set idle speed. If the throttle arm doesn't come back completely to the screw, then likely, the throttle trigger is jammed with sawdust/dirt that prevents the throttle arm from returning. Disassemble the trigger assembly making notes of part placement as you go. You will usually find a plug of sawdust in the trigger mechanism. Recheck the throttle arm motion after putting the trigger back together. You may have to advance the idle speed screw several turns CW to be able to keep the engine running when the throttle works correctly. Idle speed should be set so that the engine continues to run, but the chain doesn't try to turn. Hope this helps!

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My pcn 4545 chainsaw has started to over rev upon starting. The idle adjusting screw is backed off all the way and not the cause of the problem. Can you please tell me how can this be corrected and...


Remove the air cleaner and watch the throttle arm on the carburetor while operating the throttle trigger--suspect that the trigger assembly has acquired sawdust and dirt sufficient to limit proper travel of the trigger mechanism. Careful notes as you dis-assemble the trigger will help get it back together properly. There is little except proper maintenance to prevent debris accumulation in the trigger mechanism. Note: air leakage behind the carburetor can also cause high idle speeds--make sure the carburetor is fastened securely and that there are no flaws in the gaskets and heat insulator located behind the carburetor. Hope this helps!

Jul 13, 2010 | Ryobi 18-inch Electric Chainsaw Chain Saws

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Installing throttle cable on Husqvarna 445 chainsaw


Try blocking the throttle arm on the carburetor in the wide-open position with a small stick, then deal with the trigger mechanism. In order to remove the cable from the carburetor, you need to remove the carburetor itself, then unhook the cable end at the throttle arm. Keep track of which fuel hose goes where if you do this. Hope this helps!

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Weedeater gas TE400. Trigger broke (perhaps


120' cord. I would go to a big-box store and investigate making your own cord so that you only have 2 ends. 12 guage at the very least. any thing smaller, and you will burn up the motor.

I believe that the trigger and throttle cable should solve your issue.
530071550 throttle kit $8.16 + 12.75 shipping

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Husqvarna 365 order to install trigger, throttle catch and spring


Here's a link to the husky parts list.

http://www.usa.husqvarna.com/support_manual_search.aspx?webecsearch=10527&O=true

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