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THE EZ LINK ATTACHMENT INNER CABLE SNAPPED.IS THIS REPLACEABLE?

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Maybe. Search for your model # over at partstree.com and find the parts diagram. The upper housing (by throttle) is usually replaced as an assembly, the lower housing (attachment) can typically replace just the cable.

The 2 options are a bit pricey (~50-65), you will have to weigh the economics.

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