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I have a 2006 recycler model 20070 and am getting oil on the deck and it seems to be getting worse. Can it be a seal on the fill tube or something else? Also can you give me part numbers for what I need...Thanks

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If your Toro mower came equipped with a Tecumseh engine, then the dipstick seal is a common place for oil to leak. Look under the right side of the red plastic cover that is on top of the engine for an engine ID sticker. Take the model and spec numbers from the engine and go to either your local repair shop, or go to www.partstree.com for your parts. This is a simple repair and can be done with basic hand tools and mechanical knowledge. This is a good time to change to oil, too. Drain, replace gasket, refill.
Good luck!

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