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If you have an electric PTO ( blade clutch ) you need no less than a 450 cranking amp battery...

you didn't mention the engine but I am assuming it has a B&S v twin ??? check and make sure you have battery voltage at the red wire at the voltage regulator... if yes, suspect it's bad, if not, look for a blown fuse

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SOURCE: 2 cycle oil to gas ratio for Lawn Boy mover Model 10324

32 parts gasoline : 1 part oil

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SOURCE: can't get my lawn boy started

check for a faulty wire to the engine kill switch it may be contacting the ground

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SOURCE: mower starts but boggs down and then dies

Sounds like the air filter media is full of muck.

You need to clean it.

Everything should then be fine....

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SOURCE: lawn boy 2 cycle mower won't start

Replace the spark plug and retry.
If a new plug does not work push the spring button on the bottom of the carburetor to make sure fresh fuel is in the fuel bowl.
if this does not work remove the spark plug and squirt some light oil (like wd 40) right into the spark plug hole; roll the engine over slowly a couple times using the starter rope. put the plug back in and snap the plug wire in place. If the mower now starts after a couple pulls it means the rings are worn, replace the rings.

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SOURCE: just bought a 10 year old lawn boy 2 cyl mower fro...

What is the model number of the mower? The picture posted by your question shows the 4 cycle Briggs & Stratton powered mower.

Did you run it for a long time? Five years would allow all gasoline to evaporate, but not the oil. You might have double the oil in the system.

If this is has the Lawn Boy OMC motor, excessive smoking can be caused by:

a worn crankshaft seal

a carbon-fouled muffler

carbon-fouled piston exhaust ports

a defective fuel primer circuit (sometimes disconnecting the primer button hose will stop the smoke ...carb work needed if this is it)

a fouled plug (causes incomplete combustion... and smoke)

weak reed valves (a constantly wet air filter is a sign of this)


Posted on Jun 09, 2010

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