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SgtRick417
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Good Morning,  I took the old machine to a guy who fixes lawn stuff & they sell lots of lawn & snow stuff.  He said that because it is a 2-cycle engine I should not put any money into it and he was busy anyway.  Mr. Ferguson suggested a fellow who may be able to do something with it "if parts are available".  Perhaps I might have to go to China to find any available parts.  ha ha ha ha

Is it too early to wish all a Merry Christmas?

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I wanted to close this (is this called a "thread) series with a good result.  I received a PM from a kind person on this board who suggested that I contact Mr. Tim Loomis.  We talked a couple times because I was stuck south of here dealing with a perscription issue.  Finally I traveled to Mr. Loomis' business.  He is located near the Thunderbird restyaurant.  

In a very, very short time he determined the problem, suggested a very inexpensive remedy and within half an hour he had the machine running as good as the day I bought it ... which is about 12 years ago.  A very good result.

I did not ask Mr. Loomis but as I looked around his repair shop I determined that he is capable of repairing most small engine driven machines; snow blowers, lawn mowers, riding mowers, probably ATV's.  Additionally, he is very interesting to chat with, he reads a lot and is knowledgeable in more than just small engines.  

For me it was a good experience.

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55 minutes ago, SgtRick417 said:

I wanted to close this (is this called a "thread) series with a good result.  I received a PM from a kind person on this board who suggested that I contact Mr. Tim Loomis.  We talked a couple times because I was stuck south of here dealing with a perscription issue.  Finally I traveled to Mr. Loomis' business.  He is located near the Thunderbird restyaurant.  

In a very, very short time he determined the problem, suggested a very inexpensive remedy and within half an hour he had the machine running as good as the day I bought it ... which is about 12 years ago.  A very good result.

I did not ask Mr. Loomis but as I looked around his repair shop I determined that he is capable of repairing most small engine driven machines; snow blowers, lawn mowers, riding mowers, probably ATV's.  Additionally, he is very interesting to chat with, he reads a lot and is knowledgeable in more than just small engines.  

For me it was a good experience.

PM contact info please?

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