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There should be a cap on the top of the engine labeled OIL where your dipstick is.
new oil gets added through there

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  • 2) Find a square bolt head protruding from under the mower engine. Adjust the crescent wrench to the size of the bolt. Turn the bolt counter-clockwise until the bolt comes out and oil begins to drain out.
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