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Engine surging Toro mod 20684, sn 6013033, # on crowe 17PF5202451. would not start. soaked carb overnight, replaced all gaskets from block to air filter, needle valve, fuel and air filter. Engine now starts but surges.

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Sounds like it is "hunting". it is a fuel mixture issue.

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