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Lawnmower starts when I manually add fuel added into combustion chamber - healthy spark -but feels as if fuel not being pumped -
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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your carbeurator is gummed up. a common problem after the lack of use in the winter season. Since you havve a new plug you are partway home. Empty out any old fuel and put in new fuel which you buy now at the gas station. Then buy a can of carbeurator cleaner. Remove the air filter. Look and see if it is dirty, if it is replace it also. Spray two short ssquirts of carbeurator cleaner into the air intake opening exposed while the air filter is removed.
Pull the cord and try to start the engine. Even if it won't start you will be drawing the cleaner into the carb. so it can start to dissolve the problem gummy deposits. Wait half hour and repeat the spray and the attempt to start. If this fails after four attempts you will probably have to remove the carb. and soak it in carb. cleaner for three hours to dissolve the gum.
Posted on May 23, 2009
This morning my Keurig sounds like it begins to pull water then stops. I tried to cut it off then back on. Still didn't work.Removed water from reservoir and K-cup and added pure vinegar. Ran machine several times without filter or Kcup by pressing cup selector several times. You must open K-cup holder and close each time. I had to do this about a dozen times before the water began to draw again. Flushed system by filling water reservoir with fresh water, and brewed just plain water until vinegar was gone.Works like brand new.
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
Is the spark plug firing? If it is, gently remove the bowl from the carburator and see if you have any beads of water. I kinda suspect you do... dry off everything with a clean cloth or paper towel. You might even want to drain the gas and dry out the gas tank to insure no more moisture is in the gas system.
Hopefully this is all that's wrong...
Hope this helps. Good luck!
Posted on Sep 16, 2009
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