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Going dead atfer fuel system simple repair.

Lawn mower has had a brand new fuel pump replace new filiter and replace fuel line along with air filiter kit.But still runs for a few secods and then gos dead again ,what eles should I be looking at ? " husqvarna tyh2348"

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Try checking the carburator, spark plug/wire, idle setting, tightening all the hose connections, and, maybe check the manual's trouble shooting guide, and if you still have problem with your mower, try and find a good repair shop and have them diagnose the problem.

Hope this helps! :)

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