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terrace Offline OP
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This brushcutter needs a new switch. Would i have to replace the housing, red button and trigger or just the switch? Could i have an explanation on how to dismantle and install a new switch? Mc Culloch parts are hard to find. Cheers

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Terrace,

The part number for the switch button is 68846 and the base for the stop switch is 215320 (I have this in stock).

To be able to replace the switch you will have to remove the shaft from the motor first then remove the rubber grip on the shaft and then you will be able to take off the throttle/switch. cheers2


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terrace Offline OP
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Thank You Bruce, sorry i`m late had some issues to take care of recently. While i`m here could you give me some clues on adjusting the idle screws on my MCCULLOCH? Photo attached.http://img68.imageshack.us/img68/9387/screwsdk6.jpg

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terrace Offline OP
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Figured out how to adjust the idling. Don`t worry.

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terrace,

Good to here that you worked it out. We have quite a few carby settigs posted on the site all you need to do is use the search button at the top of the forum. cheers2


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