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post #1 of 8 Old 10-18-2019, 07:51 PM Thread Starter
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On/Off switch Assembly

Hey again. I got this C-17 lawnboy motor I'm trying get the switch together. I bought the parts might still be missing some I dont know. Does anyone know how this was put together like a picture of their own. Some of it I dont have a clue.
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Re: On/Off switch Assembly

This worked for me when reassembling my C12: https://lookup3.toro.com/ttcGateway/...ls/lball65.pdf
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post #3 of 8 Old 10-19-2019, 02:08 PM
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This worked for me when reassembling my C12: https://lookup3.toro.com/ttcGateway/...ls/lball65.pdf
Here's a few pics of my c-10 that may also help.
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Thanks guys that does help alot I was looking around the inside of the case. I do know now that I'm missing the J shaped piece of wire that goes on the end of the kill wire itself. Mine has just an end like a self adjusting choke cable.
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Thanks guys that does help alot I was looking around the inside of the case. I do know now that I'm missing the J shaped piece of wire that goes on the end of the kill wire itself. Mine has just an end like a self adjusting choke cable.
If you mean the wire circled in the pic,that's just a bit of wire stripped of insulation,not a separate piece.
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I'd like to thank you guys for the photos and instructions. I finally got it together and works pretty smooth.
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Glad you got it running!!
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Little tricky holding it together while getting screw in and tight but little patience got it done. Proud to have it complete and working.
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