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Blades won't engage on my zero turn 50" cut husqvarna (approx2011) I found a 7" spring on the ground and don't know where it goes back on. Can u help


Looking underneath the mower on top of the deck there should be a flat metal arm with a flat faced pulley on the end. This pulley pushes against the belt that drives the mower deck . The spring should be hooked on that arm and pulled tight over to a place on the deck and this is what keeps the belt tight enough to turn the blades when you engage the pto switch. My recommendations to put this back on is to remove the belt pulley cover on the deck right side roll the belt off at that pulley giving you a bunch of slack so you can hook up the spring and put the belt in the right position on everything else then go back to the deck right hand pulley start putting the belt back on that pulley and when it is to tight to get it all the way on reach under the deck and use the blade as leverage to finish turning the pulley and walk that belt on the rest of the way ,it will not hurt a thing, all you are doing is pulling that 7 inch spring over like it was intended to be, then replace the cover on the deck spindle.

May 17, 2016 | Husqvarna Garden

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Putting a wahl 9307 back together


You will notice there is a little hook that the spring thing fits into on the device. You want the smaller part of the spring facing upwards and it should tuck in smoothly.

This is the smaller part of the spring facing upwards:
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Then it gets tucked in as such:
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Take note from the above photo that the square edges on the plastic piece go at the top of the blade piece and the rounded edges are at the bottom.

Then the bottom blade piece rests on top with the curvature facing upwards: putting-wahl-9307-back-together-g0fa4lo4hxabacpjggd4qk4j-2-5.jpg
The rest should be straightforward!

Jul 10, 2014 | Wahl 9307

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Blade still running after lever is disenagaged on Sears Craftsman LT2000 2010 riding mower.


the moveable arm that the blade engage pulley is attached to has a hole for a spring as well as the deck (or at least an attached immoveable bracket). spring goes there to bring the blades to a stop when putting the lever in the off possition.

Jun 09, 2014 | Craftsman 20 hp 42 in. Deck Lawn Tractor -...

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Cant put the springs back in on side of the blade


you will need the jigsaw-blade springs-putter-backer tool. Available from all good hardware stores.

Apr 02, 2014 | Dewalt Saws

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Spring came off clutch pedal is it an easy way to put it back on


If the spring has a long section that hooks around the pedal just use a screw driver and place the blade under the spring and on to the pedal arm and lever the spring back until the hook bit goes over the pedal .

Oct 01, 2013 | 2005 Chevrolet Cavalier

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Makita


I don't have this particular model in my shop right now but almost all circular saws work like this. From the blade side of the saw, the spring attaches to a hole in the blade guard usually around the two to three o'clock position. With the blade guard correctly positioned on the saw, wrap the spring clockwise around the bottom of the hub and back up the nine o'clock side. There is another hole or tab inside the top of the upper blade guard somewhere around the twelve to two o'clock position. Hook the end of the spring there and test the guard for free movement throughout it's range of motion.

Aug 06, 2012 | Makita Bare-Tool BSS610Z 18-Volt LXT...

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How to put together the blade





askmanny.jpg Instruction to assemble a clipper blade.Above picture Socket askmanny_0.jpg
Spring Tension askmanny_1.jpg
Place Socket on Spring Tension like this askmanny_2.jpg
Slide Socket back as shown in picture askmanny_3.jpg
Turn Socket & Spring Tension over Make sure Socket is slide back askmanny_4.jpg
This is Call a Blade Guide Make sure the blade Guide is on the Spring Tension askmanny_5.jpg
Make sure blade guide is on like picture above, Now place Socket & Spring aside askmanny_6.jpg
The comb Blade Place comb blade as picture above askmanny_8.jpg
Place cutter blade as picture above, making sure cutter blade smaller blade is on the comb blade Rail. askmanny_9.jpg
Hold the blade like this Finger on top and Thumb on the bottom askmanny_10.jpg
Turn blade over like this while still holding the blade together askmanny_11.jpg
Place screw as shown askmanny_12.jpg
Screw in the screw don't tighten leave loose. askmanny_13.jpg
Now that you have the 2 screw in and not tight place the blade like this You need to hold the blade with one hand and with your Philips screw driver tap the cutter blade back lightly until the cutter teeth are 2/32 back from the comb blade. askmanny_14.jpg
the cutter blade which is the smaller blade is back 2/32 from the comb blade which is the bigger blade. When this is done by holding the blade together with your finger & Thumb askmanny_15.jpg
Tighten the 2 screws tight askmanny_16.jpg
Your blade should look like this when done correctly askmanny_17.jpg
We hope this was helpful when assembling a clipper blade.

May 11, 2011 | Andis AG 2 Hair Trimmer

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I have a Porter Circular Saw, 18v, Cordless, 6 and a half inch blade. I'm a novice, so I unhooked the wire latchet that held the lower guard on. I figured out how to put the saw blade on, yet I have the...


Remove the battery, take the blade back off and you will see the holes for the torsion spring. what you will have to do is start putting lower guard on but pretenstion the spring so it will fit back into the proper holes, it might be a benefit to remove the small bumper so that you can move the guard more. when installing the blade you don't remove the lower guard just retract it and slide the blade in place. Usually there is a retaining ring to hold the guard in place but I looked at a breakdown and didn't see one. Let me know if you need more assistance before voting please. Thank you

Feb 02, 2011 | Porter Cable Portercable Pc186cs 18v...

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Oster clippers blade


John! No Problem!
First put the bigger of the two blades witht the size/number facing down, put the cutter on top. (with the side with the flat side of the teeth facing down) Then put the tongue guide inside the tension spring, make sure the tension spring rail is on the tension rail and place them on top of the cutter. To see which bits these are go to: http://www.sheareaseltd.com/clipper-blade-sharpening/clipper-blades-the-parts
This picture whows the front and back, it differs slightly from your blade, but its same meat different gravy!

Hold all this together with your finger and thumb, flip it over and scre the whole lot together!
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Jul 01, 2010 | Oster Golden A5 2-Speed Universal Motor...

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Walh pocket pro


I had the spring between the inner blade and outer blade. I simply moved the spring to under the inner blade and it worked.

Nov 04, 2008 | Wahl Pocket Pro 9861-700

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