The proper answer is that the linkage [a "push-pull" cable] between the handle grip throttle and the carburetor has somehow become disconnected.
A push-pull cable is made of two parts: a movable solid wire inner cable, inside of a fixed "wound wire" outer cable, usually covered with a rubber or plastic protective sleeve. At it's lower end, the inner cable is attached to the carburetor throttleplate arm, and at it's upper end, to the throttle grip on the handlebar. The connection at the grip end is linked to the grip by a slider/follower which is pulled through a spiral slot inside the grip. This mechanism converts the rotary hand action on the grip into linear action at the carburetor, in order to move the throttle plate arm on the carb.
There are three [that I can think of] possible causes for failure of this linkage:
1. The set screw which secures the throttle cable to the carburetor throttleplate arm has loosened. IF the carb is an SU type, the lower end is terminated with crimped-on "barrel," or cable bushing which has become disconnected.
2. The inner throttle cable has broken.
3. WEAR on the spiral actuating slot or the follower in the throttle grip, has allowed separation.
Item one can be corrected by reattaching the inner cable to the throttleplate arm, properly adjusting, and tightening the set screw.
IF the carb is an SU type, and the barrel or bushing has separated, or the cable has broken, it will be necessary to replace the entire cable [inner and outer come as a single assembly].
If items two or three are the cause, it will be necessry to REPLACE the cable AND/OR the handlebar throttle grip assembly.
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Yes. If the recent charges are bad enough even if DOC doesn't hold you.
there is not a wrong way to crochet, but there is a wrong or cheat way of holding the crochet hook, hold it like a spoon. alot of beginners hold it wrong. I have to disagree with the above answer. Some people hold a crochet hook "knife" style, the body of the hook held within the hand, and some hold the hook "pencil" style, with the shaft of the hook laying on top of the hand. Either is correct, or anyway you hold the hook is correct if the stitches are coming out correctly, and the hold is comfortable. Some people train themselves to use both holds or even either hand in order to decrease fatigue from holding it only one way. -smcm
Men became ill and struck down some men couldn't even hold a pen and lots quit there jobs
With ignition off glently press throtle and clutch pedels too floor,hold in trip button and turn on ignition, turn off and release lite will be out
It act very wild when you hold it wrong!
No, it's not wrong to hold your 10 yr old son on your lap. IF he wants to sit on your lap, let him.
There's no wrong place to hold a guy when kissing. You can hold his hands, his neck, his face, his head, his shoulders, his waist...
I started fishing as soon as I could hold the pole.