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New battery, new starter & still problems starting

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  • Bob Adams Feb 16, 2012

    Purchased the mower new in the spring of 2007. Thanks for your suggestion, but before I had the chance to do anything with the fuel pump or carb, my neighbor walked over with another thought. He has the same engine and had the same problem last year. He said to adjust the valves before doing anything else. It took about 15 minutes and worked like a charm. In addition, while I was at it plugs and gas filter.


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Hello! How long have you owned it? Question is directed at the carb and fuel pump...I would suggest rebuilding the carb with kit and replacing the fuel pump at the same time...see photos below...There are a couple of different fuel filters; one for a non- fuel pump (gravity feed) and one with a fuel pump...Your engine requires the fuel pump filter...dirt and varnish build up in the carb and pump especially if the wrong filter is installed...Buy a gallon of carb cleaner with the tray inside...

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