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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
1)try replacing them with a heavy duty "roll-pin"
these are available from auto parts stores.
two types are available.
first is the "single-roll",second is the"multi-rolled"with many layers to it.
try both they're cheap.
2)try not hitting things with the blades
3)dont force the machine in heavy wet ,or frozen icy packed snow.
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
Use a good quality silicon lube and spray into the top of the cable. Do this until it comes out the bottom, a little at a time. Also, spray all pivot points. Don't use WD-40, it will freeze. Lube everything at the end of winter and again before winter.
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
most older bicycles have a bolt running straight through the handlebars.in the middle of the handlebars is there a allen key head or a single 10 mm nut head, depending on the bicycle you have. some have four screws holding a bracket on ,theses have notches to stop the bars from going up and down. look under the plate to see if there is any way of tightening the bars up. hope this helps
Posted on May 12, 2009
If it is a 5.5 HP dual stage, like mine, it could be that the belt has popped off the friction pulley. If you drain the gas, tip the unit on its "face" and remove the large shield on the bottom you will see a 3" pulley attached to the drive shaft. There will also be what looks like a fan belt floating around in there. That fan belt nees to go on the pullet, as it serves as the friction disk tio drive the wheels. Good luck. this happens to mine ALL the time. very frustrating. :(
Posted on Feb 13, 2010
Push button under on the bottom of the handle to release the adjuster. If it was moved while out of the little stand it may be damaged or not working well. If it was a fluke, just push the button take all the weights off both sides and start over on 5. That button should normally only be depressed when the handle is seated in the stand.
Posted on Mar 30, 2010
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