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while I was mowing today thedisk at the rear of the carb fell out. Then the engine would only run with full choke on.I limped back to the barn, but don't see what should hold the disk in. Is thier a way to reattach the disk?

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Its just kinda pressed in there. put it back and take a prick punch and put some little "dimples" all the way around it and it will stay in another 20 years or so.

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It's a welch plug and I set them in by using a golf ball and hammer. Putting a dimple into the concave of the plug will force the plug out and tighten it into the groove, if the groove is not nicked up. BTW, you will need a new plug. Trying to reset an old one is nearly impossible.

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