View single post by edward_davis
 Posted: 06-19-2008 03:54 pm
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Also, don't just pull on the dimmer knob until it comes off: it won't and you'll damage the dimmer (as I did).  Instead, look for the little spring release hole on the side of the knob, which is usually completely filled with funk.  At least, I think it's a spring release.  Now that I look back, it might have been a very small allen screw.  Anyway, once you get that bit undone, the knob comes off easily.

To get the choke knob off, you have to undo the choke cable from the carburetor and pull the whole thing out.  It's a bit of a pain, so make sure you do everything you need to while you're under there.

Hope that helps.