Question about Toro Power Lawn Mower
Clean carb and checked spark plug I pit screwdriver in to plug wire to check for spark and I didnt get a shock
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Toro, 21" inch push mower
If the engine compression is too low, it will have problems starting or not start at all, and these seem to be the symptoms you are describing. An easy test is to pour some oil into the cylinder and see if that increases the compression. If this makes a difference, you will need to replace the piston rings and at least hone the cylinder, depending on the wear in the cylinder bore.
You can also try spraying some easy start into the intake and seeing if that makes the machine run for just a short spurt. If it does, you could have a problem with the carb not supplying fuel due to something like a blocked jet or irt in passages etc.
Posted on Jun 18, 2011
there should be an ajustment screw on the carb. turn it all the way in don't turn it hard then turn the screw back out 1 1/2 turn to start out with then after runing turn till it runs evenly.
Posted on Dec 22, 2009
Some have a circuit breaker that cuts out when too much current used when trying to start too much. Usually when it cools, will kick back in. Have you tried disconnecting battery temporarily, if just letting it sit doesn't do it? PS. Sometimes a little shot of WD-40 into carburetor will help start it if it's been sitting quite a while.
Posted on Dec 29, 2009
SOURCE: I have a Toro Model
check your mower for interlock switches that might interupt spark for safety reasons.
A chute switch or something like that. Check your owners manual for troubleshooting.
Unplug the keyswitch and try pull starting to rule out a bad switch.
If it still doesnt have spark you might need a new coil.
The coil is right under the recoil cover and are fairly cheap.
A set of hand tools and $30-50 for the part should do it.
Good luck and be careful.
Posted on May 04, 2011
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