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Etesia PSE lawnmower - Suzuki motor I want to know where the oil goes and whether I can download instructions on servicing the motor.

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your question was put in the sewing machine catagory,
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  1. Make sure you have enough motor oil in your mower. Usually there is a cap on top of the mower body, smaller than the gas cap, that says "oil" or something similar. The cap will probably have an oil gauge attached, so check the oil as you would in a car, that is, judge the level of oil on the gauge against the depth of the reservoir (the length of the gauge).
  2. Make sure you have enough gasoline. There should be a clearly labeled cap on the gas tank. If you open it, you should be able to look down into the tank and see the approximate level. Add more (preferably using a funnel) if needed.
  3. Locate the prime button, usually red or black, a squishy button somewhere on the mower's body. Push it between 3 and 8 times in order to force the gasoline into the lines.
  4. You may need to pull and hold a starting lever (a safety feature), or the lawnmower will not start no matter what you do.
  5. Brace your arm holding the starting lever, and pull upward on the pull cord, which you should find on top of the mower body. You may have to do this several times before the motor starts up.
  6. If you are still unable to get your mower started, try the lawnmower inspection and troubleshooting steps at http://www.wikihow.com/Repair-a-Lawnmower.
http://www.wikihow.com/Start-a-Push-Lawn-Mower

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