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Craftman model 247 running problem

Starts runs then stops

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Fuel system needs checking

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Do you have a switch to engage the blades or a lever..... 1st thing check to see if the blade it's jammed on something under the deck

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The ignition module on the engine may have gone bad. it may need to be replaced. Plus check air filter to make sure it is clean.

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Its a fuel problem. Remove fuel line from carb. Remove fuel cap, vent in it is common problem. A small hole in cap.

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