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Where does cable go at top

Where does
cable hook up on toro self propelled

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    JERRY ABELL May 11, 2010

    there are two cables which one

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It depends on the model, but it hooks up to the handle, on the underside. If it is the personal pace handle (the one where the whole handle moves) It is usually on the lower right corner of the handle. if it does not have personal pace, and just regular self propel, there should be a small hole somewhere on the lower handle. The hole would most likely be on the left side.

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