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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Have you checked with the company that makes the mower for the manual? Hae you tried searching the internet to see if you find the manual there?
Posted on Dec 09, 2008
try repacing the fuel filter it sound's like not enough petrol is gettng up to th rail for high rev's, could even be a weak pump but try the filter first & make sure the cover cap is sealed properly I use a bit of silicone or hermetite red as air can back into the system overnight if not sealed & you have to re-prime with the ignition key swithing on & off at sec intervals, actually try priming first with the ignotion key, turn till dash lights come on and hold for 4 sec's then turn off wait 4 sec's & repeat, you shoul hear the petrol pump buzzing each time, might just be air in the system or a leak & that will show it up!
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Posted on Sep 23, 2009
If the baseplate meets the cutting cylinder across the entire cutting width, it's adjusted properly.
Check that the front roller is level - it usually IS as simple as that.
If the roller has ben replaced with wheels, check that they are the same height.
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
As far as I can tell, there are no downloads available. I eventually gave up and bought a copy from a mower museum. You will need to know the approximate age, as several diferrent engines have been fitted.
If you have the old red engine, the choke lever should be at right angles to the line of the carb IE pointing straight back.
The newer green engines are usually marked, but of not, remove the air filter and look into the carb throat. When the choke flap is CLOSED, the choke is ON IE cold start position.
As soon as the engie starts, move the choke to approx 50%, then fully open after 30 seconds or so.
If in good order, these engines are a 1-pull start. Fit a new plug, then spray WD-40 or similar into the OPEN carb thoat. If there is no sign of life at all, you have a coil failure (or possibly a points problem if it's ancient).
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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