Question about Mantis Tiller
I did all the fixes recommended, cleaned the muffler screen, (mine was clear) cleaned the carb, but nothing worked, then I played with the adjusting screws, = success was limited! I got my mantis to start without holding the clutch in, got the tillers to turn quicker with more gas, ran it in the garden and again the tines moved very slowly, then after a few minutes they got some life and sped away, only took 9 minutes to till the 12x10 area and 4 months to tune up this baby! but again after moving up the yard and tilling all other areas, the tines slowed down considerably. I will gladly buy a new carborator or whatever, but I need to know what exactly will fix the slow down problem....
This sounds like the little fellow is getting hot. Are you using a good oil in the fuel don't skimp on that oil use the best you can find and get a new plug to sounds like the oil is killing your tiller.
Posted on Aug 26, 2009
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