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    hsawlrae  almost 5 years ago

    Ain’t that the truth.

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    TEMPLO S.U.D.  almost 5 years ago

    It’s either a bit clogged with grass in the chute, or it needs a refill of gas.

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    firedome  almost 5 years ago

    with today’s “cleaner emissions” gasoline, if the fuel has sat in the tank longer than 30 days, you can bet the fuel system needs cleaning…

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    grasshopper  almost 5 years ago

    I know this too well also…I mean it is almost to the point that you should toss your old mower at the end of the mowing season instead of letting it sit through Winter…and get a new one every year…

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    Olddog1  almost 5 years ago

    Ether in a spray can. Also known as starting fluid.

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    Yukoneric  almost 5 years ago

    If it doesn’t start by the second pull that means I get the day off!!!

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    PoodleGroomer  almost 5 years ago

    Use good gas and oil. Change the oil, plug, and filter.Pay more for a mower with a good engine.Mine has started on the second pull for 15 years.

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    ossiningaling  almost 5 years ago

    Same is true for chain saws.

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    otahans  almost 5 years ago

    I buy non-alcoholic gas. Costs a bit more but worth it.

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    Sangelia  almost 5 years ago

    with some of those old pull cord to start mowers. sometimes it gets harder to pull the cord to start that mower.

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    SnuffyG  almost 5 years ago

    My last old mower would never finish the entire yard without some kind of breakdown. Smoked like a freight train too!

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    Train 1911 GC Insider almost 5 years ago

    tell me about it have to get my son to start need to get electric start

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    unca jim  almost 5 years ago

    I was up to ‘operating temperature’ long before my ol’ pull-start EVER was !

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    cbrsarah  almost 5 years ago

    I have an electric that works great. You have to have one of those really long, orange extension cords to attach to it. I never had a problem with keeping it out of the way, but my husband ran over the cord once. I wouldn’t get a gas mower. I don’t need the aggravation if it didn’t start right off. Getting to old to be doing that and pull a muscle in the process.

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    fixer1967  almost 5 years ago

    I work in a small engine repair shop and go to school for it. I am a certified outdoor equipment repair technician. I know more about this than I care to. I think I will sit this one out.

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    pcolli  almost 5 years ago

    Why not get a goat?

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