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Two possibilities--one, the engine is flooded and the spark plug needs to be removed, then open the throttle and pull the engine through smartly several times to expel excess fuel. Check the air cleaner for plugging. Second, the engine may have been run without oil in the fuel which will result in the piston /ring(s) scoring itself and the cylinder wall severely. Remove the muffler and watch the piston as it travels the cylinder while pulling the engine through slowly. Any heavy scoring will necessitate replacement of the cylinder, piston, and ring(s)--an expensive process if you farm it out. Hope this helps!
Posted on Nov 09, 2010
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