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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It uses 2 stroke oil during combustion as it is a 2 stroke powered engine..Sometimes it may be a small deposit of oil and the bottom of the gas container which causes this smoke or else you may have added a bit more oil than needed in the fuel..I assume it is a 2 stroke engine and also note these do give out a little bit of smoke..
Posted on Dec 08, 2009
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Don't add oil to the fuel tank, it doesn't mix well in there and you'll almost always use too much oil. Mix your two-cycle oil and petrol in a gas can to get a 50:1 mixture. Read the directions on the two-cycle oil bottle for how much to use and put the oil in the can first so the petrol will mix well with it as you add it to the can.
Posted on Oct 11, 2010
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