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It is possible that the housing for the water pump has corroded and the new(hopefully) gasket is unable to seal off properly. Water pumps have a bleed hole underneath before the bearing so that in the event of the seal leaking the water will run out and not affect the bearing. May be the housing was not cleaned properly and a piece of old gasket is preventing the new gasket for fitting properly. If you have doubts that he did the job go back and front him to get the job done properly. Remember that in future the replaced part is yours and you have rights in law to take the old part home with you to prove it was changed.
The line going into the dispenser is a 5/16 line. You'll have to remove the front of the dispenser on the door to get access to the line to unclip it. Once you have that done you can pull the line out from the bottom. At this point there are a variety of different unions, compression fittings, etc. to splice the line. After that you just feed the line back through the bottom of the door, clip it back in place, put the dispenser back together and your done.
For the wire to come all the way out lever on top of the trans must be broken. I've seen a few. Jack rear of mower up, remove rear right wheel and find remnants of lever. With pliers turn this all the way forward, mower will now go. But to fit new lever trans will have to be removed. Dont forget the axle key.
Many times this is due to build up on/in the burner itself or blockage in the gas line.
Most burners can be disassembled if you are mechanically inclined fairly easily. The gas grilles I have taken apart all fit together without using any fasteners, I think this is to provide easy cleaning.
If I was you I would try to remove the burner, usually the burner has a small pipe coming off of it which the gas line connects with, usually just a dry meaning there is nothing mechanically holding the gas pipes together. Removal usually consists of lifting the burner out of a mounting bracket and sliding the gas pipe off the end of the inlet gas pipe.
Once removed you can check the gas pipe for obstructions removing any debris which may be accumulated there.
Also check the burner sometimes the tiny holes around the burner get gummed up and using a toothpick can be cleared out.
If you want to be more drastic you can drop the whole thing in some oven cleaner, just be absolutely sure you have let all the cleaner dry/evaporate before you try to use the burner again.
...Hope this helps
Turn your computer off.
Disconnect the power-cord.
Remove both the side-panels.
Disconnect the "data" and "power" cables from the back of the drive.
Remove the mounting-screws on both sides of the old drive.
Slide-out (to the front) the old drive.
Slide-in the new drive, aligning the holes in the sides of the drive with the holes in the sides of the case.
Re-insert the screws. Don't overtighten!
Reconnect the "data" and "power" cords -- they are different, so only fit only where they should fit.
Replace the side-panels.
Connect the AC power.
Turn the computer on.