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    Anyone have a diagram of the innards of the park brake - particularly the release. Is there any adjustment?
    If so, where? Same principle as the manual gear change, I know, but awkward to find what is going wrong with the one I am dealing with... I SUSPECT that the pushrod has been bent. ( quite HOW that could happen inside the housing beats me, but then the toggle tension spring plate has been bent (!!!) presumably to take the tension off the toggle/ catch. The lower pushrod pivot seems worn, so this may explain why this has been done. Surely there must be some adjustment mechanism...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by skp View Post
    Anyone have a diagram of the innards of the park brake - particularly the release. Is there any adjustment?
    If so, where? Same principle as the manual gear change, I know, but awkward to find what is going wrong with the one I am dealing with... I SUSPECT that the pushrod has been bent. ( quite HOW that could happen inside the housing beats me, but then the toggle tension spring plate has been bent (!!!) presumably to take the tension off the toggle/ catch. The lower pushrod pivot seems worn, so this may explain why this has been done. Surely there must be some adjustment mechanism...)

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    Some good pics of the innards here. . . Might give you an idea of what is wrong with yours, seeing the unit broken down and reassembled. Google Chrome allows you to translate the text with each image.
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    Perfect, thank you.

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