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Unhappy toro 824 snowblower carb linkage

I have a circa 1977 Toro 824 snow blower. Previous owner removed the carb for cleaning and may have installed it incorrectly. I have a parts explosion diagram from the Toro manual, but it does not really show how the governor/carb linkage is attached. I only have one linkage arm and suspect there is another. Can anyone post some close up pictures of the carb, cables and linkage?

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First thing I would do is look through these videos and see if anything looks like your engine. Most of his videos are for Tecumseh engines and I know Toro used Briggs for a while.

https://www.youtube.com/user/donyboy...y=carb+linkage

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What's the model# on the engine? I've got an 8 HP Briggs. I might be able to get you a picture to help you out.
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P.s. Mine is a 190402 model
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It's possible the previous owner did not remove the long jet before removing the bowl and bent/damaged it.
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