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B & D flip handle electric corded mower

Help!! The handle fell off. It was a little wobbly, like something was missing somewhere, but as I flipped the handle over springs flew out and one bolt. Don't know where to begin to try to fix it, down in that slot.

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  • jellybeanie Jun 23, 2008

    Guess I wasn't clear. The lever did not come off; the whole handle came off from its attachment to the mower.

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Do you mean the orange lever came off. if thats the case you need the switch housing assy & a spring. the lever was held by the plastic housing pin or pig. some times the plastic pin worn out before it breaks.

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