With the lever in that position you should be able to move the main control lever up from the bottom of the quadrant a little at a time and see the lift arms raise a little at a time in line with the movement of the quadrant lever. If the arms do not operate like this you need the lift off and you will probably find that the Position Control pin is worn out. This is a pretty simple fix and a new pin can be made out of a drill bit.
The Position Control pin is between the two springs in this picture, sorry about the quality but I think you can see the part we are talking about.
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