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Talon am3050 How do you remove the post securing the ignition coil? The bolt at the other side of the coil comes out quite easy, but how do you remove the securing post?

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Does in lift off the post?

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It's very difficult to find information for this specific mower, however, most petrol mowers have a reservoir size of 1 pint / 0.5 litre. You should have a dipstick for checking the oil level anyway.

Basically, I suggest you drain the sump and add 0.5 litres of oil to ensure that the machine is neither low on oil or overfilled. Then call/email the manufacturer on Monday for clarification and/or a new manual.

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