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I have a sx-135 bandit. it was working fine then it stopped? i try to pull on rope to start but it froze. i used two cycle generic oil mixed with regular-un. gas does it need oil? or is the engine broken. just remember that i pull and pull and the little teeth inside the casing lock up.

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is it so important to have the right oil ratio i have used a good grade oil and used a 50:1 ratio on all my trimmer, plows & ect. and had no problems cuz too

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