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Craftsman 28" model:88395 with Variable Trigger Speed

This is one of the models that have". It's on only some of their models.
What the heck is it.

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Variable Trigger Speed

I'm wondering if it either unlocks the wheels or varies the rpm on the drive.

I also found it referenced in the drive but nothing further:
Craftsman 28 - Snow Blowers, Craftsman. Features, reviews, ratings.
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The steering controls unlock the wheels. I guess I'm hung up on the speed part of it.
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iI found the manual. I downloaded it if I find something I'll post it.

http://www.searspartsdirect.com/part...THROWER-manual
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LOLOLOLOL!!!

There is nothing in the manual.
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I just talked to Sears on line and the said : Variable trigger speed allows you to manually adjust the propelled speed rather that have the automatic multiple speed setting." I'm not buying that answer.

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I found this website. May answer your question.
Craftsman snow blower what is Variable Trigger Speed?

Bob the Newbie asked this question: A few of the higher end snow blowers have a Variable Trigger Speed. What the heck is that and how do you use it. Craftsman 28 In 277cc* Dual-Stage Snowblower w/ EZ Steer SearsItem# 07188395000 | Model# 88395 Drive System: Number of Forward Speeds: 6 Number of Reverse Speeds: 2 Steerable: Yes Variable Trigger Speed: Yes

Mark T Expert had this answer: Thank you for your question.
I will be happy to assist you. I contacted the manufacturer to find out about the Variable Trigger Speed. I am sorry the description on the website is not correct. The manufacturer does not make a model with a feature like this. I contacted the website to have this feature corrected. I am sorry for any inconvenience this caused. Please let me know if you need further assistance.
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BobG, are you by any chance Bob the newbie?

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