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After pushing fuel bulb 3 times, my mower starts, but quickly dies

Cleaned air intake filter. Believe engine is not getting fuel

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The most probable cause is that fuel is not entering engine properly. It may be dirt in fuel filter, or dirt in carb, It runs until the fuel is depleted then quits. God-Bless!

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