Question about Homelite Garden
The throttle cable is either broken or disconnected at one of the ends.
I don't know your model, so I'm going by what most Homelites have in common.
I'd start by seeing if you can get a clear view of the carb where the cable connects. If you can't, start with the easier of the two areas. Dismantle the housing around the throttle handle. Most Homelites use Torx-25 screws, so you'll need some Torx bits.
You want to make sure the cable is connected to the throttle handle and the sleeve is secured so it doesn't move.
Same deal at the carb end.
If they both are connected and pulling the throttle has no effect on the carb, the cable has a break and needs to be replaced.
Hope this helps
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