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The ace bucket auger and blades came apart. I need a diagram to re-assemble the parts.

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Jim, Maybe? This will help............. the ace bucket auger and blades came apart.  I nee - 25301614-s3getkgsyvh2ebjmmxpqj10l-5-0.gif

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