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Key start 6.75 HP Power Propelled lawn mower won't start. I changed the battery,spark plug, and belt. A repairman checked the carburetor and cleaned it. It started right up. I was able to cut my yard. Today I tried to start it again. It would turn over but took a few key turns (more than usual). I finally got it started, cut my yard. Turned it off. It would not start up again.

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IT SOUNDS LIKE YOU NEED TO REPLACE THE CARB I KNOW YOU JUST HAD IT FIXED TRY IT

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Testimonial: "Thank you. From my research on lawn mower starting problems, it sounds like I need to replace the carburater. It is seven years old."

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