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I have a Remington electric versa saw rm1635w and the chain won't spin around the bar what do I need to get it running again

there is a safety clutch that you disengage when finishing the cut
it disengages the chain from the motor drive by a dog clutch
pull the safety bar back towards the trigger and the chain will cut
if you leave the finger on the trigger and the chain jams in the cut , you push the bar forward and the motor spins free
if that doesn't work take it in for a fix as that clutch is failed

Nov 16, 2016 | Remington Garden

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Gunfiresafter being on safety

If you mean that the weapon fires when the safety is disengaged
There is a problem with the trigger sear bolt interface or the safety sear lock is binding and bypassing the trigger mech
Safest option is to get it looked at or give the trigger mech a good clean with Degreaser and test with snapcaps . saves shooting something you would rather not shoot

Mar 15, 2015 | Optics

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Is there a site I can view the lock and trigger group on a thompson center new englander black powder rifle

Here's a trigger assembly:

And the backside of the lock:

And how they interact:

The last pic shows a flintlock hammer and frizzen, but the internal mechanism (backside) are the same (shown)

When the trigger is pulled, the square plate on the trigger rises, lifting the back end of part #51, disengaging the sear, parts # 53 &54, allowing the spring (part#55) to drive the hammer.

Jun 07, 2014 | Sewing Machines

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The throttle trigger will not work on my 235e husqvarna

I'm guessing from the statement that it "will not work to increase speed" that you have been able to successfully start the chainsaw.
I have to look at this with the assumption that you haven't run a chain saw before, so bear with me if some of this is excessively simple.
If the throttle trigger does not move, something is jammed. The handle for the choke should automatically move to the retracted position when you pull on the throttle. If it doesn't, see if the trigger will move after you push the choke handle back in.
If the trigger moves in when you squeeze it but you don't hear any change in the engine sound then it's probable that the throttle wire has disconnected at the carburetor or at the handle.
Is the chain brake off? You need to pull it firmly back toward the upper handle for it to be disengaged. If the handle is forward it will lock the outer portion of the clutch. If you try to accelerate with it locked the engine will bog and not allow the chain to move.
Any of these conditions other than the chain brake will probably require some disassembly. Make sure you're confident that you've correctly reassembled everything if you're going to do it yourself.

Nov 22, 2013 | Husqvarna 16" Chainsaw Chain Saw Bar...

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How do i get the lock out arm mechanism to disengage so i can use the gun

Trigger lock out is engaged when there are no nails in the gun. Load nails as usual to release. There is a pin just behind and under the door latch. Sometimes this pin will move up into the release catch when the pin oring is missing causing the door not to close properly effecting the lock out. Good luck

Sep 24, 2011 | Stanley Bostitch Rn461 Gun Coil Roofing...

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It has stopped "cocking" so

I thought mine stopped cocking, but it is actually the trigger that has cracked and is no longer disengaging the locking mechanism which frees the spring allowing it to force the dart out. It seems to be a bad design as the plastic used for the trigger is either too flimsy or too thin at that point. I haven't found replacement triggers yet.

Mar 06, 2011 | Hasbro Star Wars The Clone Wars Clone...

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How do you disengage the trigger, hammer. withour dry firing

If you are asking what I think you are, pull and hold the hammer back with your thumb (it is spring loaded so don't let it slip), squeeze the trigger and hold it depressed, "Slowly" EASE the hammer forward until it is back to it's original position, then release the trigger. I hope this answered your question.

Dec 27, 2009 | Sport & Outdoor - Others

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Bostitch F21PL. Air to gun, but when trigger depressed nothing. If I reach below the trigger and push up the piece from the front of the nailer, it will fire the nail (as long as tip is making contact and...

that is the safety that you are pushing up
apparantly the safety is not going far enough up to disengage.

there should be an adjustment know near the trigger or nose to adjust the safety out further, therefore making proper contact

Nov 24, 2009 | Saws

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Must pull the trigger every time to shoot a nail, should be able to hold trigger and tap where i want the nail.

On some models the contact fire is not available. There is a flap that is under the actual trigger. When you press the safety in, it engages this little flap which allows the trigger to be engaged. As soon as the safety comes up this little flap falls back down disengaging the trigger.

There is an optional trigger assembly that you can put on this nailer. You need parts 174299 and 174300 to make this gun a contact nailer.

Sep 10, 2009 | Stanley Bostitch HP118K 23 Gauge Headless...

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DVD drawer will not open, has locked DVD in

I am assuming the electronic disengage button is not responding.
Exit programme and use a paperclip gently into the small hole in face of draw and it will trigger a manual release

Dec 28, 2008 | Daewoo DVRS05 DVD Recorder/VCR

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