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Hi can you supply a throttle cable for this saw,the cable is 460 mm long and has a small and large fitting on ither end thank you Iain macdonald

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This advice is not model specific, but normally you would remove the air filter and access it that way.
Usually the actual fitting of the cable to the carburettor is pretty fiddly; sometimes it is easier to remove the carb, to do it.

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its just a bit tricky to get it all lined up, make sure the cables are in correctly first, then put the bottom half of the housing on first, making sure it rests on the handlebars, then place the top half of the housing on, press together with your hand first, wiggle it around a bit till it looks right , then put the screws in.

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