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Ice Auger Repair?

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I have a jiffy auger that has a spring broken by the throttle. Anybody know of any place that does repair and also affordable?

Thanks.

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I would just try any small engine shop around your area..

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i am pretty sure cabin fever in victoria will fix it or any small engine shop.

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Where are ya located? I know D-rock in New Brighten fixes them.

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I second D-Rock - fantastic service !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Try any Northern Tool and Equipment Store, I personaly know a lot of the Tech in the Metro stores and they always do a good job for a fair price!

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D-Rock. Good guy. Very knowledgable. If the part's not avalilable he'll fix you up with something that is. If it doesn't work, he'll take it back, even it he had to order it.

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From personal experience I as well recommend D-Rock

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sounds like a throttle return spring. might be easy enough to put a new one on yourself

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