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Pull the gas line of the carbureator and drain the line. Crank the mower for awhile to get all that bad gas out of the line and bowl, then re-install the line and continue to crank it over. That should work, otherwise, you may need some cleaning performed. One thing you can do once you get ready to start it with clean gas, remover air breather, take a small rag slightly soaked in gas and momentarilly hold it over the air intake of the carb when you crank it over. That usually gets it going and it might be fine after that. You just have to get that bad gas completely out of the system.
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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