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My mower starts runs for 10 seconds starts missing then cutting out and finally quits running.i wait about 5 mins.i start it,it runs gor a couple seconds and it dies again.wait 5mins and i do it again.can you help me.

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Try changing your inline fuel filter. Sounds like the fuel runs out of the bowl in the carb.

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