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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
sorry if you already learned but you have to **** it, and at the front under the barrel exit is a button looking shape press down on that really hard and on the top of the gun a sloped shape should appear. do not put the bb in the circle shape hole put the bbs in the top square shaped hole. push the object down and aim then pull the trigger!
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
SOURCE: Trigger don't release
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Posted on Jun 02, 2012
Since I don't know your machine, I can only give you the logic that I would follow if I were given your box of parts.
- The springs are intended to return the trigger to the idle position.
- With the motor off, Move the trigger from idle to full on, then back to idle. That's what is upposed to happen with the spring pulling it back.
- The other spring is connected to a governor. that is sometimes a "vane" that gets air from the blades on the flywheel, but the idea is that when th engine is under load, more throttle gets applied.
Consider it a fun project in logic.
Play with it, and all of a sudden all of the bits will be right and you'll be cutting grass like a mad thing.
Posted on Nov 27, 2015
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