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I have a JD L110 and was wondering if someone can help me with the throttle symbols...
This is my first tractor, though I can figure out rabbit = fast and turtle = slow. At the fast setting there seems to be a notch.
But above this setting is another symbol which I don't recognize, kinda like this:
|rifraf||It's the choke. sometimes when a gas engine is being started it needs more fuel then air and this is when you use choke . good luck mowing
|Ben||OH! Ok, I was wondering how choke and throttle were both on one control...