Question about Garden
First make sure you're not leaving your gas lever on 'choke' after starting your mower....especially if its a fairly new mower.
If its an older mower you may have a valve thats sticking and allowing too strong of a gas mixture.
If its the latter and you fancy yourself a handyman and want to tear into it...check on-line. Their are a number of web-sites that may be able to help you with your problem...such as this one:
Hope that helps you.
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
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