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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
how old is your plug? try cleaning and regapping it or replacing it at any rate make sure it is gapped correctly also make sure there is no rust dust or debris is on flywheel or coil also the flywheel keyway does more than hold the flywheel in place it servs as a timing pin and sometimes the slightest wear on it can cause the machine to start hard but otherwise run great good luck hope you find the problem.
Posted on May 02, 2009
That throttle cable issue sounds like it may be the culprit. the cable housing (the outer casing for the wire throttle cable) may not be anchored correctly. Which may be allowing you to move the throttle without any change at the butterfly control on the carb. make sure the cable housing is anchored at both ends.. by the throttle control and at the carb area.. That may be your problem... hope it is that simple...
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
SOURCE: white smoke coming out of mower
It sounds as though you are losing power (electrical power); see if charging the battery fully allows it to run longer or if charging the battery helps.
Posted on Jul 16, 2010
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