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Honda HS 724 Throttle

I started experiencing some issues with the shift lever, so I figured I'd head to you guys. Today the shift lever stopped staying in place. It now basically vibrates back to neutral. It will stay in reverse, but it won't stay in a forward gear. If I hold it in place the machine will move forward and back with no problem, so I suspect it's just the mechanism that keeps the lever in place. Any suggestions? Tips? I had to get to work before I could mess around with it or start researching it, so I figured I'd turn here in the meantime. Thanks in advance.
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I started experiencing some issues with the shift lever, so I figured I'd head to you guys. Today the shift lever stopped staying in place. It now basically vibrates back to neutral. It will stay in reverse, but it won't stay in a forward gear. If I hold it in place the machine will move forward and back with no problem, so I suspect it's just the mechanism that keeps the lever in place. Any suggestions? Tips? I had to get to work before I could mess around with it or start researching it, so I figured I'd turn here in the meantime. Thanks in advance.
Look under the control panel where the change lever is - you probably need to tighten nuts 21+22...at least I think that is what I had to do.
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1/4 turn at a time. The stud can break. How do I know this ?

Everything operated fairly well until I started working on it
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