[Northkeep] OT: Lawn Mower Question

Jerry Herring j.t.herring at sbcglobal.net
Wed Sep 10 14:24:26 PDT 2008

It was a spring on what I am guessing is an auto choke/throttle. A piece 
under the manifold for the air filter. Not having taken the mower that far 
apart the first time when I replace the filter. After people tried to tell 
me about the choke and fuel mixture bolts (none of which our mower has) I 
tore into the thing a little further and found the broken part. It does seem 
to use a little more gas now but man it mows like it was new again. The 
spring , one of pair, provided tension on a little lever that when the mower 
was running the more it was moved in one direction the faster it ran, anyway 
the little loop on the end of the spring was broken. I just stretched it 
back into place and cinched it into a new loop on to the little bracket 
where its other piece was clinging. After I put the pieces all back into 
place (wah-lah) it runs better than before.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Lynn" <LRA at olpdsl.net>
To: "The Barony of Northkeep" <northkeep at lists.ansteorra.org>
Sent: Wednesday, September 10, 2008 3:05 PM
Subject: Re: [Northkeep] OT: Lawn Mower Question

> Glad you fixed it. But for those of us who are inquisitive, or may have 
> similar problems... what was wrong and how did you fix it?
> Lynn the Inquisitive
> Jerry Herring wrote:
>> Fixed it thank you to all who gave suggestions.
>> kindly,
>> Jerry
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