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OPE MAG III auger - carb question/issue


311Hemi

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I took my OPE Mag III carb apart last night (Tecumseh engine about 8-10 yrs old) to clean it and after about an hour of messing around with it I can't figure out how to get the throttel part of it back togeather. Anyone have any pics of this or could explain how I do this?

Is there any place that I could bring it to just have them put it back togeather in a matter of a few minutes? I have the carb togeather.....it's just a matter of putting these 2-3 pieces in the right way to get the whole throttle to work properly.

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311,

Take it down to D-Rock and Gravel on Old Hi-way 8 in New Brighton. It's North of Cty Rd D. They're in your back yard. They'll know what to do, and won't put the $crew$ to you.

Good luck !

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My THUMBS UP for D Rock Center. I was in there a few days ago to get a new pull rope and spring for my auger. One guy behind the desk, (thinking he may have been the owner)watched me purchase the items and asked if I needed help with putting that together or if the instructions would be enough. I figured the instructions were pretty clear, but he just started grabbing his tools, installed the new spring, showed me how to wind the rope, and replaced a brake spring I hadn't purchased yet. When I went to pay him for the brake spring, he said don't worry about it, they're only like 35 cents. So when he was all done, I flipped him a 5 and said, buy yourself a beer or something.

Great customer service in my opinion.

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I will also give D-Rock two thumbs up for service. I brought my auger with the carbs part.....asked if they could help me. Service guy sat right at the front desk and put the carb back on the unit so I could watch and see where the parts go. I was basically just hooking a spring in the wrong spot. He put everything back togeather....and then took it outside and attempted to start it. It started (looks like my carb cleaning worked!!!) but ran a little rough. He adjusted the idle screw a bit and it ran perfect. Even gave me some tips on starting and running it. I asked how much I owe him...said nothing. I had to do something so I bought a new gas cap for $10.

Great service....and I will be going back to get a new blade at some point!!

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