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moparharn

B-110 Throttle cable problem

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moparharn
My B-110 will not stay at one RPM for working. The vibration allows the throttle knob to return back to low rpm. Is there a way to set the throttle at one speed? Can I tighten something to hold it in position. My Simplicity 700 as a lever and it works great a holding position. It looks like my cable is connected to the governor arm and that cannot be tightened. Thanks for any help. Bill

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BMinor8806
Usually these throttle cables cannot be tightened. They use a twist-lock system to hold the throttle in place but this wears out after years of use. My HB-112 has the same issue, I have the new cable but I still use Vise-Grips to clamp onto the shaft and hold it in place. Brandon

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LPH-5
If you got a spare, take one apart and find how it works, On the dash (where it goes through the hole)is the lock. I took one apart along time ago and fixed it, if its to far gone then you cant fix it. Good Luck..

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