We have hand clutch that will jump ahead when not under load but will stay when under load. How can we adjust this. Dad is ready to take it in but I'd like to learn how to adjust this. Any tips would be greatly appreciated.
Re: Hand clutch (different post) in reply to Randall E, 07-01-2002 15:46:28
The hand clutch is adjusted to compensate for wear by removing an equal number of shims at 3 points on the clutch mechanism. Access to the clutch for adjustment is attained by removing the cover to the clutch housing which is located under the battery. Although it is a fairly straightforward operation, I would suggest getting a manual (available on this site) so that you get a clearer understanding of how this works.
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