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compressors are normally mounted on rubber grommets to reduce noise through vibration but I have seen many with small coil springs in the mounts to absorb the vehicles vibrations
you may have to get a refrigeration fitter to fit flexible hoses to the compressor to prevent line failure through the compressor movement
the other solution may be to mount the complete unit on a spring loaded suspension base
1 cable goes to the deadman's handle to a silver spring loaded lever on the mower that the spring is stretched when handle is against upper mower handle. The other cable if equipped goes to carb for speed control.
if you follow the cable to the engine look at bracket you will see the mechanics of the emergency shut off and look close there will be a white clip with a black wire under it the clip is spring loaded push up on clip the wire comes off clean and reassemble make sure the clip is touching metal when the handle is not held down if not adjust so with handle completely released the metal part of the white clip touches metal there you go have a great day
Normally these small engines use a clock spring to retract the rope.
Remove the cover on the top and you should find the spring either broken or the tab where the spring end has broken off or jumped out of the mount.
You will need to pre-load the spring with enough tension to retract the rope.
Remove the pull handle from the rope, load the spring and then wrap the rope around the pully holding the pully and spring in the loaded position. place the end of the rope through the hole and tie up the handle. The rope should pull and retract without being installed on the engine.
Best explained here... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tmo6oYOJJ4U
Order Slider Release (7.93, vacpartswarehouse) Pull off 'tank.' Remove 3 Screws for Foot Detent Lever. Pull off. Remove old slider release and spring (verify it's broke.) Replace with new. I just did this today after a year of dealing with it.
at the back end of the handle, there is a retainer spring loaded clip.
Push it in, then push it downward toward the base of the stapler, the clip should then release the spring, pull the rod with the spring completely out, slide a row of staple in where the rod came out, ONLY ONE ROW, then insert the rod with the spring back in and push it firmly in, and lift it upward to engage the lock.
and fire away...
Hope this gets your working