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Most lawnmower (4 Stroke) engines like yours have a drain plug in the bottom of the engine. I realize your unit also has a pulley on the shaft, not a blade. Tilt the machine back (towards the control handles) and take a look at the bottom engine cover . You may find an inset steel plug that a 3/8" drive ratchet or extension will fit into. It will be square shaped. Insert your ratchet and remove by rotating counterclockwise. Your manual was no help here. Post back if no drain plug is found directly underneath the engine. There are other ways. Here is your manual also.
Posted on Apr 03, 2011
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