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How do i flip the pawl on a gardena reel push mower?

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As for the gear, I had the same issue. I called customer service and was told that there was a supplier material issue that caused some gears made last year to break more easily than they are supposed to. They are sending me 2 new pinion gears completely free of charge. These are the black plastic gears that engage against the orange wheels to make the blades spin. Make sure you don't lose the pawls (metal rectangular pins that go through the shaft to engage the pinion gears).

1-800-618-7474
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