Question about Garden
You have something else wrong the low oil level wouldnt stop it from running .or the loose cap as all the electrics are all sealed ,sae 20 engine oil is ok for the machine so their is something else wrong here
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
Usually mowers are sensitive to the oil which goes into them. When the oil which is put inside is not exactly the recommended one. Lawn mowers run on lighter oils than cars. Also you worry of the oil seeping to other components and cause the damage is very unlikely as most of the components around the oil parts are able to resist damage caused by oil.
The best solution is to open the oil release knob and allow all the oil in the unit to flow out completely. After doing this get the recommended oil and put as much as is required into the unit and run it. Although the first couple of time it will still malfunction for a bit as some oil have been inside the system already.
Hope this solution has been helpful?
Posted on Oct 09, 2010
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