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Tune-up your outdoor power equipment to keep it running through the season. Whenever you choose to tune up, be sure to do it once a year.

Here are some helpful resources to help you maintain your specific outdoor power equipment:

*Change oil after 5 hours, then after ever 50 hours or every season.

**Service more often under dusty, heavy load operating conditions.

I have 21' ,158 cc push mower that starts good but hesitates a lot, I chanche filter an spark plug, still the same, any suggestions

Asked by: marine
Try spraying some carb and choke cleaner into the carburetor. If there is a slight clog, it can cause the mower to hesitate. Using the cleaner will get rid of the clog.
Answered by: Nicole
Date published: 2014-01-07

how do I remove the in-tank fuel filter on a 22" mower engine

Asked by: Carl30
The intake fuel filter cannot be removed.
Answered by: Nicole
Date published: 2013-10-28

I have an old snow blower that will run if you pull the rope enough times but won't run for long. Carb has been rebuilt,spark pug is good,mag is good. I suspect the valve or head gasket is the problem. Any suggestions ?

Asked by: Ed62
Check the valve clearance first. Here is a link that will help you with this:
Answered by: Nicole
Date published: 2013-10-22

unable to start my briggs and straton vanguard 270/hsc/8.5 hp ohv beaver m30 mower which I had a full service on 6m months ago also looking for a owners hand book for this machine

Asked by: fordk
To locate any information on your engine, you will first need the model type and code. Please see the following FAQ for assistance in locating these numbers: Once you have this information you can find information on your engine here: Select engine as your product type and follow the directions for entering the model type and trim into the search fields.
Answered by: Nicole
Date published: 2013-10-17

cant start my 700e series mower

I put gas in carb pull rope pops sometimes blows white smoke out does not crank plug fires still no start can this be a bad plug?
Asked by: badluck
First you will want to check the spark plug, try replacing it. Next make sure you have fresh gas no more than 2 weeks old. If you are still having starting issues, here is a link that will help with further troubleshooting:
Answered by: Nicole
Date published: 2013-10-11

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