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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
A small air bleed tube is located under the carb. It makes a 90 degree turn and if it is folded from fatigue or heat the mower will have little or no power. Simply remove it from its bracket and it will relieve the tension enough to allow air to bleed.
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
It sounds to me that you need a new mower deck drive belt, or your blades need sharpening. If the blade edges are rounded, they won't cut butter... Also, when mower is off, check mower deck drive pulleys to make sure you don't have any that are locked up or are dragging. You can check this by pulling the belt away from pulley and spinning the pulley by hand. MOWER MUST BE OFF before attempting any of these checks. You would be surprised how many people would try this with the mower running.
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Posted on Mar 11, 2009
A FEW THINGS TO LOOK AT ARE ,1THE PULLY SHIELDSMAKE SURE THEY AREN'T BENT TO CLOSE TO THE PULLEY'S.2 THE PULLEY BEARING'S MAY BE WORE OUT AND TO BREAK .3LOOK UNDER THE DECK TO MAKE SURE YOU DIDN'T GET SOMETHING TRAPED IN THE CUTTING DECK.HOPE THIS HELPED.
Posted on Jun 11, 2009
Hi you can adjust the gap on these clutches , The recomended gap is 0.10 thou you slide this size feeler guage into the hole on the side of the clutch there is three holes and three adjusting nuts you have to try and get it even .
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Posted on Jul 23, 2009
SOURCE: Runs fine when blades not
If it has a B&S engine, and many do, try this. Remove one spark plug at a time and start the engine. If it runs with one plug, but not the other, then you have a dead cylinder. That is why it seems to run OK so long as no load is on it.
I have had 2 different mowers with B&S engines which bent the valve push rods on the left (as the driver sits) side of the engine causing the problem you speak of. And if you google this issue you will find that I am not the only person who ever had this scenario.
If you have the OHV type engine you can pull off the little valve cover, next to the spark plug, and see the rocker arms and the push rods behind them. Replacing them is about as easy as it looks, however setting the gap between the top of the valve and the rocker is best left to someone who knows what they are doing.
Posted on Sep 11, 2011
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