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Were is oil drain plug on bmc 20 inch cut mower

I cannot find oil drain plug on my mowerany ideas please

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Drain plug is not necessary. Remove the dipstick and tip the mower to the side the dipstick is on and use the dipstick tube as a drain.

Posted on Apr 23, 2009

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Tip the mower up on it's side with the dipstick tube on the down side and collect it in a suitable container. The gas you can do the same. When I drain old fuel, I mix it with a lot of fresh fuel and a bottle of dry gas then run it in my car.

Posted on Apr 24, 2009

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SOURCE: oil drain plug how do you find it

the oil drain plug is underneath the motor by the blade you can use the socet wrench to open it

Posted on May 02, 2009

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may be under the blade plate under the mower, usually a plug with a quarter inch square drive, you can use a ratchet to loosen it if it is quarter drive, maybe a half inch drive

Posted on May 11, 2009

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It should be OK, provided no damage was done to the engine when you ran it. Hopefully, you caught it quickly. Just to be on the mechanically safer side, I'd change the oil again. If your mower is equipped with a filter and you didn't change it after the 2 cycle happening, change it, too. If you have a filter, always fill the filter with oil before you mount it if the orientation of the filter allows. Fill the engine with oil. Check and start. There may still be some smoking until you clear the residue out, and you may even have to clean your spark plug(s) a time or two. You should see a gradual improvement in your exhaust plume. If any damage had occurred to your engine, you will likely hear abnormal sounds. If this is the case, shut the mower down immediately and investigate forther, with your local professional.
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Engine Model Number(Kawasaki FC420V
Horsepower (10.5 kW (14 hp)
Displacement (423 cc (25.8 cu.in.)
Crankcase Capacity w/o oil filter (1.3 L (1.4 qt.)
Crankcase Capacity with oil filter (1.6 L (1.7 qt.)
Spark Plug-Gap (0.64 mm (0.025 in.)
Spark Plug-Torque (20 N·m (15 lb-ft.)
Cylinders (One
Stroke/Cycle (Four
Lubrication (Full-Pressure
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Engine HD75

Engine Model Numbe(Kawasaki FC540V
Horsepower (12.7 kW (17 hp)
Displacement (535 cc (32.6 cu.in.)
Crankcase Capacity w/o oil filter (1.6 L (1.7 qt.)
Crankcase Capacity with oil filter (1.9 L (2.0 qt.)
Spark Plug-Gap (0.64 mm (0.025 in.)
Spark Plug-Torque (20 N·m (15 lb-ft.)
Cylinders (One
Stroke/Cycle (Four
Lubrication (Full-Pressure
Oil Filter (Standard Single Element
Air Cleaner (Dual Stage

Fuel System

Fuel (See Fuel in the Service Miscellaneous section
Fuel Filter (Single Stage, 60 Micron
Fuel Pump (Vacuum Operated-Diaphragm
Fuel Delivery (Gravity Feed to Fuel Pump)
Fuel Tank Capacity (19 L (5.0 gal.)

Drive Train Mower Deck (36-inch)

Blades (2
Blade Bolt Torque (81 N·m (60 lb-ft.)
Cutting Heights (25-114 mm (1-41/2 in.)
Weight (86.7 Kg (191 lb)
Overall Width (chute up) (927 mm (36.5 in.)

Mower Deck (48-inch)

Blades (3
Blade Bolt Torque (68 N·m (50 lb-ft.)
Cutting Heights (25-127 mm (1-5 in.)
Weight (83.6 Kg (184 lb)
Overall Width (chute up) (1308 mm (51.5 in

ower Deck (54-inch)

Blades (3
Blade Bolt Torque (68 N·m (50 lb-ft.)
Cutting Heights (25-127mm (1-5 in.)
Weight (86.7 Kg (187 lb)
Overall Width (chute up) (1460 mm (57.5 in.)

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Transmission Oil (HY-GARD-J20C (TURF-GARD-SAE10W-30 (PLUS-4-SAE10W-30 (TORQ-GARD SUPREME-SAE30
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Oil drain plug


may be under the blade plate under the mower, usually a plug with a quarter inch square drive, you can use a ratchet to loosen it if it is quarter drive, maybe a half inch drive

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