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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Gas in the oil usually means the carburetor float is to high or the float is sticking. Hope this is of some help. donnyb60
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
It could be your fuel shutoff solenoid is not working or is stuck from gum, varnish or rust in your carb bowl. The fuel shutoff solenoid is located on the bottom of your carburetor. To check it, have someone, or yourself if you can reach the ignition switch, turn the key to the on position and back off several times while you listen by the carb. You should hear a click each time. If not, the carb will have to be taken off and cleaned and checked. You will probably find water and/or rust in your bowl plugging up the main jet. Best to take it to a shop.
Posted on May 16, 2009
SOURCE: Mower won't start
Hi..my name is Keith and some mowers do have a fuel pump..if the fuel tank is lower than the carb...and they are operated by vacuum thats created in the crankcase and they are usually located on the carb...but i would check to see if some trash didnt stop up your fuel line..also..if you have old gas in it..a lawn mower engine doesnt or wont run on it..i hope this has helped..if not..write me back
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
ran into this problem twice this season, about drove me crazy - finally traced the problem to the anti-backfire solenoid [the little cylinder at the bottom of the carburetor that holds the float bowl on] - after running fine for 20 minutes or so [it varied], the coil would release the plunger and shut off the gas flow. as soon as you turned off the key and turned it back on, it would start back up - replace the solenoid and problem vanished
Posted on Aug 17, 2009
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