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Took throttle handle apart trying to put back together. How does the spring go back on?

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The only trick to getting this back together is patience and determination. You must keep the spring flat as you wind it tight.

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Hey if you look at poulan starter rope there is a solution posted for how to re-wrap the spring. ( it's actually pretty quick and easy to do ).

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I replaced the seats and springs in my delta single handle faucet put it all back together and now I have nothing. I took it apart again - actually several times and put it back together with the same


messy ,, but while u had it apart did u turn on the water to see if water would come out at all... we flushed our line and that cleared up the problem.

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I took the spout of the smoothie plus 600 apart and can't put it back together


When you say you took the spout apart and can\'t put it back together its only 5 total pieces. The spout, the spring, the handle, the dispenser (rubber insert with plastic stem) and the threaded cap which holds the dispenser and handle to the spout.

If you can\'t get the handle to re attach, that does not surprise me. This is very poor craftsmanship. The plastic nobs that hold the handle onto the dispenser tend to break off.

If this is your problem, you can either, buy a new one for $5 plus shipping depending on where you live OR

You can fix the part that broke.

All you would need is a Drill, a small piece of number 14 copper about an inch long and same size drill bit. Drill the handle as close to center where the plastic molded nobs were located that either broke off or worn away. Then drill with the same size drill the stem to the dispenser which has the rubber stop attached. Drill this as close to the top of the stem where the nobs would snap in to hold the handle in place. You are basically making a pined handle, which will outlast the quality of this blender.

NOTE: You want to use a drill bit about the same size as the number 14 copper wire.

Then with one hand hold the threaded cap with the dispenser placed into position through the hole, be sure to put the spring in, small hole to the bottom of the rubber dispenser, pushing the spring and dispenser up through the threaded cap, attach the handle by putting the piece of copper wire in your hole which will connect your handle to the stem of the stopper. The copper should be cut no wider thent the width of the handle, if it sticks out a tiny bit, that\'s ok. The plastic cap will simply be carved out where the copper rubs against it. After that, simply screw the handle cap back onto the spout and screw the spout back onto the blender making sure the two washers are still on the pitcher.

All in all, for someone who is handy, this should take about 10 minutes. I would rate it about a 5 out of ten for difficulty simply because you have to drill straight and centered in the handle where the nobs were. Other then that its easy and if you can have someone help you put the pin in place, it would also make it easier.

If for some reason the rubber stop does not seem to go back into the spout, make sure the rubber didn\'t role up onto itself. Also if the spout drips, you didn\'t either put the spring back in or you didn\'t drill at the top of the plastic stem but some where in the middle, simply ream the hold towards the top where the plastic nobs would stop. Its a square reseated area in the stem. Looking at it you should be able to tell.

As for the spout instructions, you can download the pdf manual at the manufactures website: http://westbend.com/spl6white-smoothie-maker-plus-600.html

Hope it all helps, Its worked for me!

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Brand new Huskie 450e used for two days and the throttle is now broken. The actual trigger itself feels like it isn't attached to anything anymore. Is it an easy fix?


In the 400 series of Huskies I have fixed, the handle comes apart with several screws. Sounds like the simple problem might be in the handle/trigger assembly. The more complex problem is if the throttle linkage rod popped out of the throttle. The outside trigger interacts with a black plastic insert and spring that provides pressure outward to keep the throttle low. This assembly connects to a thin metal rod that looks like the path a drunk would take doing a sobriety test after too many martinis. The rod goes into the housing and connects into a hole in the throttle assembly, then is locked in place with a plastic piece that slides down to keep the rod from falling out. In order to see this area, the cover needs to come off. I'll be honest. The last one I had, the rod fell out of both ends. It took me two days of pondering, playing around, cursing, getting up and walking away, then coming back to finally figure out where the ends went. The blue plastic piece had slid down, covering the hole, so I was at a loss as to where it attached to the throttle. NOTE: When removing the handle, try real hard to keep it together until all screws are removed. THEN VERY CAREFULLY begin to take it apart, looking in from the top of the handle. You might get one good glimpse of how the parts fit together before they fall apart on you. Husky does have a good website for exploded view diagrams, but sometimes they leave a little to be desired for 2-Dimensional art vs. 3-D Reality. Good luck.

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HusqvarnaUSA.com
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317b762.jpg4a538aa.jpg067f3f0.jpg5077a62.jpgca392ef.jpge76904e.jpg77309d5.jpgThis is an older b&d stapler but the designs are similar in most cases. The position of the springs, and the order you put them in, are an obvious factor.
The parts that overlap go in after the parts underneath.
When you have one half assembeled you should not have to force the cover to go on, it should just sit in place while you put the screws back in.
If the handle coil spring and the flat spring are not seated properly the top cover will not go on easily.
These types of staplers are designed to clear from jamming without being taken apart, the staples, under normal circumstances, do not have access to the body of the unit past the flat spring.
As with any tool forcing the tool after a fault will only make matters worse, I would try some light oil or spray lubricant first before taking anything apart, these springs can be a pain to get back in, which is why I have not taken this one any further apart. Hope this helps you. If it does please let fixya know.
Regards
Les

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