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I did a Toro the other day and got this straight from the Toro Distributor, or I'd have never fixed mine. When you remove that float bowl brass bolt, there is the usual hole down the middle and the two holes on the bottom sides. BUT, there is another hole that is so tiny you cannot see it and that is "What goes wrong with these mowers every time" (Toro Guy's words). Right at the very top of the threads on that bolt, there is a pin hole that the only thing you will fit thru it is the tiny wire that the needle valve hangs on. You must unplug that hole and clean it well with carb cleaner or your mower will not run. Good luck!
Posted on May 26, 2011
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