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Please take a look at the image below. That is your control bracket assembly.
First, check to make sure that your throttle linkage is not binding. Then check to make sure that the throttle shaft on your carburetor is moving freely. If all parts are moving freely, with no signs of binding, you can move your control bracket, in order to lower your rpms. Loosen the two screws that secures your control bracket to your carburetor, then slide the bracket forward. You will need a 5/16" wrench to loosen the two screws.
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Can you get the remaining numbers that are after LV195EA, after the dash? LV195EA-
Thank you for the additional numbers. I used your numbers to pull up your engine. Even with your specific numbers, the image shows a control plate, although your engine does not have one.
Can you take a picture of your carburetor and linkage assembly?
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Okay I have marked your picture. Please take a look below.
Locate the tab that your throttle spring attaches to. You can use a pair of needle nose pliers to bend this tab forward, to slow your engine speed down. The farther forward you bend this tab, the slower your engine will run.
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