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Need a diagram for the cables on Toro 20076

Don't know how the cables go on Toro 20076

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SOURCE: model 20076 , serial# 270002127 2007

Hi gsrs,

Did you check all down the cable and see if the cable is in good shape, not stretched or frayed and connected at both ends where it should be?

Here is a website with a schematic that might help you: http://www.ereplacementparts.com/toro-20076-2700000012709999992007-lawn-mower-parts-c-121776_127291_127767.html

Choose picture I at the site.

I hope this helps. If it does, I'd appreciate a 4 thumbs up. Thanks,

Handie Andie

Posted on Apr 18, 2011

Knucklebstr
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SOURCE: I have a Toro 20076

The Toro with the Tecumseh carb has a known problem that I've recently become aware of. The carb needs a good cleaning and if you're savvy you can do it yourself. I've found that the easiest way to get at the sideways-mounted carbs on these things is to first remove the muffler and then take the whole manifold and carb off together. Then separate the carb from the manifold. Remove the float bowl and give the carb a good cleaning with carb cleaner. But pay special attention to the bolt (main jet) on the bottom of the carburetor (here's the "Trick" I told you about). At the very top of the threads on that main jet (brass float bowl bolt), there is a VERY tiny hole you can barely see with the naked eye. Take the pin from the needle valve and stick it thru that hole and spray it out well with carb cleaner (scrub it with a brass brush if there's any crud on it). Be sure your carb is thoroughly clean and put it back together, making sure the linkage is correct and it should run fine. This fixes 90 percent of the Toros I work on. Best of luck to you.

Posted on Jun 28, 2011

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