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In many cases this button gets cracked internally.On the upper site it looks ok.But internally it does not have any connection due to broken.open the control assembly and check.
The plastic button must be broken off, allowing access to the nut that connects the control arm to the control box .
The plastic button is not the choke, it just allows you to give the engine throttle without engaging forward gear. There is a kit for rebuilding this mechanism. It fails frequently. To open the control box you have to remove the box from the surface that it is mounted on first, then you can take it apart. There should be screws that go through the box and through the surface it is mounted on, with nuts and washers on the other side. Sometimes they screw these into the glass or plywood directly, but this is usually not done.
also remove the throttle arm/handle this is how you take off the handle to get to the switch and wires.to remove the handle shift the control backwards to about 1/4 to 1/2 position this will enable you to pop-out the push button for neutral. behind that button is a bolt remove it and the handle will come off.But if this procedure is not helping and the neutral button is not popping out then the problem lies in the fact that you can't see exactly how the neutral button is attached to the rest of the assembly. There is no lip or flange surrounding the radius of the button but it does have about a three inch shaft extending from the inside center of the button. It's the end of this shaft that fits VERY snugly into the cable box holding it in place.Pull the throttle back (reverse) about 1/4 to 1/2 way. The key to getting the neutral button out is applying equal amounts of pulling pressure on opposite sides of the button. Two small flat-blade screwdrivers across from each other should work fine. Once the button is out use an 18 mm deep-well socket to remove the bolt holding the throttle arm on. Now the arm should come off rather easily.Also check the internal trim switch ans is wirings.
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Posted on Jul 29, 2010
Find the diagrams in the link below. Just try to look for your specific model in the list.
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Posted on Jul 29, 2010
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The buttons on the front of the set fail, (like mine did) even if they never get used. Probably the 'DOWN Volume' in your case is stuck closed. Try pecking on it first. My remote stopped working but so did the manual buttons too. While poking around on stuff I swished my finger across the buttons and it all started working so I knew I was on to something. I never figured out which one was the culprit as it continued to cause problems and was replaced as a complete unit under warranty.
The other quick check/fix is to remove the trim plate around the button plate (pop out stays like the speaker covers) , then remove the button assembly (3 screws plus pop out stays like the speaker covers) then unplug the multi colored lead from the button circuit board. This puts the Remote back in control and it will work just fine like this, minus manual control of course.
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