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What are the steps to re-attach throttle to trigger and fuel line to tank on Mac 110? If the fuel line is attached first, the trigger seems impossible to reach and if the trigger is attached first, can't figure out how to attach fuel line to post on fuel tank, since it is deep within case

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Did you remove the rear case first? That allows direct access to the fuel tank and line. I have found the throttle trigger connection to be the worst offender when the front case is removed to access the carburetor and ignition system. Hope this helps!

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