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20:1 gas to oil is a good place to start. Some mowers thin down to 80:1. If you can tell me the model of the mower I can be more specific, but starting at 20:1 will assure you have adequate protection for the engine. If it's exhausting lots of oil smoke after it has warmed up; you can cut back a little each time until you have minor oil smoke.
at 20:1 you need to add 6.4 ounces of oil to one gallon of gas.
Here's a nifty calculator for various ratios:
Enter 1 gallon of gas, then change the ratio number and then press calculate and the number of ounces per gallon will be displayed.
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
Actually we ended up taking it back to the store we bought it at and since it had been less than 30-days they did not even look at it or attempt to fix it, just gave us a new one.
Posted on Aug 15, 2009
SOURCE: lawnmower throttles up and down
locate the carberator the unscrew the 1/2' bolt under the float bowl to remove the bowl empty and clean out the bowl reinstall making sure the o-ring is centered for the bowl it acts as a sealing ring for the bowl screw the bolt back in and tighten, this should solve the surging problem.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
pull the starter housing off, take out the old rope, rotate the starter counter clock wise 5 to 6 times were the to holes line up stick a screw driver throw the holes to hold it in place. feed the same ty-ip rope from out side in throw then tie off. your going to need about 6 to 7 feet. let the pulley pull the rope in
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
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