Question about Toro Garden
There could be a problem with the "dead-man switch" and the wiring to it. When you release the "bail handle" on your mower, you have activated the switch. The wiring to it goes very close to the flywheel and is known to sometimes rub and go bare, thus grounding out the coil. Check the switch and wire from the switch to the coil. Make sure it is insulated (no chafing) and tucked away from the flywheel. Also, make sure the brass bolt that holds the float bowl on the carb has all its holes open as it is the main jet for the carb.Vibrations while running may be getting to the dead-man switch wiring etc.
Posted on Aug 27, 2010
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