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New spark plug, primmed, and fueled up and also changed the oil. I can't get the lawn mower to start now. It's a Troy Built self propelled 6.75hp lawn mower

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Check spark,and next thing to do is the carb and the valve after the carb.You may need to clean the carb etc..here.Has it got any compression?If not then you may need an engine rebuilt.

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