Question about Garden
Let's start with the basics.
is there fuel ? At least half full.
is there a fuel lever? Is it in the open position ?
is there oil in the machine ?
Take the spark plug out and look at it.....is it wet ? If it is, move the kill switch to off, then pull the cord several times to dry out the cylinder, leaving the plug out. Squirt something flammable into the open cylinder, brake cleaner works well. Replace the plug.
Make sure the choke is on full, and the switch is to "on" position, if it has one .
Pull quickly , if it starts, then dies out, you have a carburetor issue.
Most likely, you stirred up sediment in the carburetor bowl. Check the spark plug again, if it's wet again, you have a fuel flooding issue, which means the carb has to come off and be cleaned.
Posted on Nov 22, 2014
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