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If the gas was in the tank for more then a few months it is very possible the Carburetor jet is slightly clogged
Posted on Dec 11, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Remove the float bowl located under the carburetor it is a 1/2 bolt some gas will poor out so put a rag under the carb to soak up the gas, you actually may want to use a small container to collect the gas or make sure the gas tank is empty, remove the float bowl after removing the bolt by grasping it and turning, the bowl will most likely have debree and water in it clean with a rag and solvent and reinstall, becareful of the ruuber ring gasket when reinstalling the float bowl, one some movers there is no float bowl if you have this type of engine the tank and carb must be removed disassembled and clean out. Do not store mowers uncovered they must be covered when not in use, water gets into the fuel system and causes this problem.
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
Take a flash lite an look in the tank. You may have debris on the screen. Then also you may have dirt in the float bowl that gets sloched around and covers the main jet. This question is a hard one to answer without being there. You didnt specify what machine.
Posted on Oct 28, 2009
is the gas in the tank old? if so, try to drain it and put fresh gas in. Pull the spark plug to make sure it is not fouled and replace it or put in a new one. Check to make sure that you do not have the mixture or choke set to run too rich or too lean. If you are at an altitude above 2,500 feet you need to run more lean to compensate.
Posted on May 30, 2010
First thing is to remove the excess oil. Take out as much as you need to to get to the line on the dipstick. Next, you may want to use a little WD-40 or similar cleaner to spray into the spark plug hole to thin the oil in there. Replace the spark plug and start the machine a number of times until it runs correctly. Using WD-40, remember the term "little". Good luck...Lee
Posted on Jul 22, 2010
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