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When you depress both levers on the 928, auger and drive the drive lever is supposed to stay engaged when released to allow chute control with your free hand. Mine is not staying engaged.
I'm thinking cable adjustment.


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When you depress both levers on the 928, auger and drive the drive lever is supposed to stay engaged when released to allow chute control with your free hand. Mine is not staying engaged.
I'm thinking cable adjustment.
No there is a trip lever under the dashboard that is not working right.

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No there is a trip lever under the dashboard that is not working right.
Is the 924 Powershift set up differently? My year 2000 924 is the opposite. When both are engaged, the auger lever stays engaged when let go as long as the drive lever stays gripped.
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Is the 924 Powershift set up differently? My year 2000 924 is the opposite. When both are engaged, the auger lever stays engaged when let go as long as the drive lever stays gripped.
That is how they work on the POWERSHIFTS, as for the Powermax it should be the same way.

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I will check it out next time I'm at our mountain place.
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