I'm sure this has been covered. I searched for an online manual but
could only find French, not English.
This is a four old model that up until now has worked well. This year
the drive just doesn't want to propel. I tried adjusting the drive
cable to no avail. The friction wheel and disk seem to be in good
Does anyone have any suggestion as to what I might be able to do to
resolve this? Pushing this around the yard is a back-breaker
I can't help you, but I am having the same problem. If you get the answer
, please let me know. firstname.lastname@example.org
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On Jan 12, 11:01 am, cfowle_at_adelphia_dot email@example.com (chuck-nfny)
I posted this yesterday, but it never showed-up?!
Even though the friction wheel contacts the drive disk it may be
reduced enough in diameter or lacking friction because of it being
aged and hardened.
Try to check the tension between them. Some drives just have a spring
on the handle or cable...and that gives you the tension.
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