Question about Ariens 34 In. Zoom Series Riding Mower
Sounds like its flooded. This same exact thing just happened to me.
Let it sit with the the choke off. After a few hours, try starting it again, but don't mess with the choke (leave the choke set as if it was running hot). By your pulling of the recoil cord, you will be helping to clean out the flooded engine. Don not prime it during this excercise. (only pull the recoil 4 or 5 times).
Then let it sit again for a few hours.
After that waiting period, you should be able to start as normal, use the electroic start to get it going and lest it run, as normal.
You should then be all set.
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
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