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No choke on 410r

Vitally, Thanks for the input. I don't have a "choke" on my 410r. There is a yellow toggle that you push down to start and when you depress the accelerator cable it snaps up. Should I leave the accelerator trigger alone until it gets going?

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You need to leave the trigger alone until it fires.once it fire you throttle up to release the the choke.the choke is internal.hopes this helps and if you have any other questions let me know..............

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