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325 X-L trimmer throttle doe not operate.

Dog ear that holds the throttle handle broke. I replaced it but now I can not get the throttle to depress. When I removed the handle the cable and and spring were not in their proper location. I do not know the proper location of these.

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There should be a small recessed area off to one side inside the handle for the routing of the throttle cable...Look closely. The spring that controls the return on the trigger isn't too complicated either. It has to be held in place somehere on the throttle handle also and may have to be preloaded so there is tension on it when you install it..Look around closely in the area in the handle RIGHT above the trigger.

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