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Tb146 ec will not till

Will not till blades do not move

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Which fuel line is the intake line at the carburetor?

The fuel line goes:
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Tiller culivator just sits and digs doesnt move forward? how do I resolve this?

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Need an operator's manual for a tb146 ec tiller

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The plaque with these numbers is usually on the outside of the tine housing. It's generally in a spot that won't get damaged while the unit is in use.

I hope this helps.

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I have a troy-bilt tiller TB146 EC that is less than one year old. I cannot start it. Before it stopped operating, I observed the following: (1) I saw smoke is coming out from engine. I think engine oil is...

Sounds like you put too much oil in it. Too much oil has to go somewhere and it's moving past your rings and into your filter.
Recheck the oil level.

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