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My self propel cable on my mower does not work.

My manual diagram is not complete. The self propelled cable that goes to the transmission does not work. It looks like the break is at the transmission and there are parts missing that are not in my manual. The self propel no longer works.

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Go to: "http://partstree.com/" , input your make/model and they have the diagrams and parts lists

Posted on Apr 21, 2015

Testimonial: "Thank you for your answer. I checked your link and cannot find my mower. I have the original manual and parts list but it does not show the diagram I need to see. I have no idea what part broke off as it is not shown."

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    what is the make and model of the mower?

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