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2016/06/22 10:33:01 (permalink)
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PoulanPRO

I have a PoulanPRO PP4620AV. I replaced the carb but can't seem to get the throttle cable back in there.  I see where it threads through into the handle by the trigger assembly. I see where the cylinder looking thing on the end fits into the handle. I see where it threads through the air filter assembly. It just seems like it is way too long. I tried every which way to cram it in there under the carb but it just won't go. I have 6 huge ash trees on the ground and really need to get this back together. Any advice would certainly be appreciated!!    Thanks.

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    Mikel1
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    Re: PoulanPRO 2016/06/22 11:24:08 (permalink)
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    http://community.homedepot.com/howto/DiscussionDetail/How-to-replace-a-throttle-cable-on-a-poulan-pro-chainsaw-pp4620avl-90650000000071b
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    Re: PoulanPRO 2016/06/22 11:28:09 (permalink)
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    Copy & paste above. A few pictures on it, so it might help.
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    Re: PoulanPRO 2016/06/22 13:49:43 (permalink)
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    Hi Mikel1.
    Thank you so much. I don't ever want to do that again, lol.
    I got it. Haven't tried to start it yet, it's raining now. I am guessing the loop is to keep the cable from getting kinked?
    I actually had found that web page earlier but when I clicked on "link" windows popped up, my screen started flashing and alarms were going off! Oh my. I had to turn my computer off. When you sent me back there I just studied the pictures and now it's back together. Thanks again for taking the time to help out. This is my first time on this forum, but you absolutely  get a 5* rating from me!!  Super fast reply AND probably the only webpage that actually shows you how to reconnect the throttle cable. :)
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    Re: PoulanPRO 2016/06/22 22:44:58 (permalink)
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    Not a problem.
    post edited by Mikel1 - 2016/06/29 23:55:38
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