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It gets no power. pull start does nothing. it is almost like there is a safety or something preventing starting. no spark is happening
Check the oil level. There is a safety device in a lot of small engines that will either kill the motor or not allow the motor to start if it is low on oil
Posted on Dec 30, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I just purchased a troy
remove the spark plug. And pull the cord again. if the carb float is stuck down or you overfilled the oil you could be hydro-locking the engine. Check.
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
It's an old one, for sure. Best thing to do is get an owners manual, in which the belt replacement is fully explained. Basically, you'll have to find something to support the engine, take out the two bolts and bushings on the forward/reverse lever, pound out the two engine mount pins (after you loosen the retaining bolts), slide the engine forward and do you best not to chip the reverse disc. You will likely need to remove the battery mount bracket, it'll make the job easier. Also, you'll need to take off the throttle cable. Getting it back together is a barrel of laughs, you'll need some long screwdrivers to make sure the belts get into the grooves on the pulley. Put the belts on the engine pulley first and slide the engine back into place. Watch out so you don't chip that reverse disc.
In this case, the owners manual would be a big help. It should have pictures which would explain this procedure much better that I can here.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
SOURCE: Rototiller pull start won't pull
First thing to do, if you haven't already, change the oil, and remove all 'old' gas.
Then, after that's done, remove the plug, in order to de-pressurise the cylinder.
Then try to crank it again.
If it turns, then clearly, it's not ceased.
Remember, don't loose you're patience, just take your time.
Good luck with that:)
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
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