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D-17 PowerDirector Clutch Handle Spring

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Dennis Pender

04-12-2008 09:09:55




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Hi, is there a spring that holds the button up on the PowerDirector Cutch Handle? My button stays down, I can pull it up, but it fall back down. If so, where and how do I access it? I was going to remove the handle to get a better look, but after removing the set bolt, it appears the handle is stuck...any help would be appreciated




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JMS/.MN

04-13-2008 16:47:26




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 Re: D-17 PowerDirector Clutch Handle Spring in reply to Dennis Pender, 04-12-2008 09:09:55  
Remove the setscrew bolt, and use a puller to get the Power Director off of the operating shaft. Logic says that there is a spring under the roll pin that the operating button depresses. The roll pin is what engages the Hi, neutral, and Lo positions on the bracket bolted to the side of the PD cover. Impossible to see while the lever is still on the shaft. (I checked mine today after your post)- Cannot access it with even a finger, but it has to be there, and the op manual and I&T do not show it- only parts manual would.

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04-12-2008 10:42:16




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 Re: D-17 PowerDirector Clutch Handle Spring in reply to Dennis Pender, 04-12-2008 09:09:55  
Yep theres a spring in there. On the D-17 I have I had the same sort of problem and had to replace some sort of pin that held the spring, but I'm going from memory and that was more then a year ago.



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