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I REPLACE NEW FILTER THAT IS ABOVE FROM THE CARBURATOR, REPLACE NEW SPARK, DRAIN ALL THE GASOLINE, POUR NEW OIL SAE 30, AND CLEAN THE CARBURATOR. ALSO, REPLACE A NEW GASKET BETWEEN THE CARBURATOR THAT GOES TO THE MOTOR. THEN, I START MY LAWNMOWER AND IT CHOKE AND SOUND LIKE IT GOING TO START FOR FEW SECONDS AND THEN DIED. AFTER THAT I CANNOT START. DO YOU HAVE ANY CLUE AND WHAT I DID WRONG DURING MY PROCESSES. JOHN THOR

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