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:dude: new to this forum and i don't want to sound stupid but i am working on a weedeater s532 ryobi for a friend of mine the problem is there is no lever on the choke. this is a fairly new unit and the shaft is in place do you think someone removed lever or just knocked it off.when i started working on it that was the first thing i noticed also the air filter is missing. i took the carb apart and cleaned there was a lot of dirt inside that had damaged the diaphram put it all back together and still will not start. the manual choke has be working on this unit doesn't it?:confused:
 

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Well it would certainly be easier to start if the choke is working, you may be able to activate it by closing the choke plate by pushing on it, or using a prime. This will at least tell you if it's going to run. Once you get it going, then I would look into replacing the choke lever.
 
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