Question about Garden
That should be a electric fuel pump. Located under the drivers door inside the frame, unbolt and remove 2 nylon yoke clips to disconnect the fuel line and unplug electrical plug connections. You will need a small socket and rachet set plus a screw driver, watch out for gas draining when removing the fuel lines....
Posted on May 01, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
its probably in your ingnition switch, grab the switch and turn it right the turn key I had the same problem and that fixed it. It also wasnt starting and it was the same problem the switch is lose.
Posted on May 31, 2009
Hi, The first thing I always check for is fresh fuel (less than a couple of months old) old unleaded may well be fine in your car but low compression engines fitted to garden equipment need fresh fuel. next thing to check is that the choke flap is closing fully, dont rely on the position of the control lever, remove the airfilter cover and see that the flap is fully closed, if it's cracked open just a little bit it will stop engine starting ( unless the filter is really dirty) another thing to check is that the blade is tightly secured, on direct drive mowers the blade acts as a flywheel. did you hit an obstruction the last time you used it, if you did you may have sheared the flywheel key(poor spark on points ignition or good spark but timing out of sync on electronic ignition. hope this helps, regards Tony (England UK)
Posted on Aug 31, 2009
Maybe it's a stuck float valve or a bad float. Had a similar problem on a TORO rider but that turned out to have a pin hole in the brass float, it filled up with gas and let just about the hole tank through the muffler. I changed the brass float and still running to this day! Note: your float may not be brass if it is a newer machine it will be plastic.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
If it sat for years then its likely a fuel problem. Verify this by spraying a prime in the carb and trying to start it. If the unit starts then its a fuel problem. I would drain the tank and replace with fresh fuel, remove the carb and clean it.
Posted on Dec 30, 2009
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