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have you adjusted the valves?

have you adjusted the valves?
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That being said, it was running rich. Check the...

That being said, it was running rich. Check the float setting, the needle for a piece of dirt stuck in it, and check the float to make sure it does float. (put it in a small container of gas for an...
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Carb needs to be cleaned again. This time by...

Carb needs to be cleaned again. This time by soaking in a crab cleaning solution for a few hours. You have an internal clog that can only be dissolved by soaking.
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did you fix it? was it the carb as was suggested?

did you fix it? was it the carb as was suggested?
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sounds like the voltage regulator is going bad.

sounds like the voltage regulator is going bad.
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Install a new Champion sprk plug. Hondas are...

Install a new Champion sprk plug. Hondas are finicky with spark plugs. They came with NGK, but NGK's don't seem to work well in them. Then Try running SEAFOAM in the gas.
If that does not work, then...
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Yes, water in the gas could cause your problem....

Yes, water in the gas could cause your problem. Also a gummed up carb. Stale gas (over 30 days old) could cause the problem.
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I wouldn't use WD40 near the belts or brake pads...

I wouldn't use WD40 near the belts or brake pads unless you are going to replace them plus clean off the leftover WD40 from ALL the pullies and brake rotors.
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It is a crab problem. The needle & seat is not...

It is a crab problem. The needle & seat is not fully closing. Could be dirt between the needle & seat or it could be a float that has gas in it. Either way, the carb needs to come off and be cleaned...
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A very common problem on these is the support...

A very common problem on these is the support shaft bushing will crack. Hard to see the crack unless it is "under pressure" and opens. You might want to clean it, then watch it closely as some one...
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A common problem on these mowers is the steering...

A common problem on these mowers is the steering support shaft will crack causing the steering gear to loose contact with the sector shaft.

here is a parts diagram. #19....
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Sounds more like a belt or spindle problem. Belt...

Sounds more like a belt or spindle problem. Belt could be worn, wrong belt (too long), or routed wrong. Spindle bearings could be worn causing the spindles to wobble.
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You can not take it a part. This was stamped &...

You can not take it a part. This was stamped & pressed together. And there are no parts of the inner workings available.
This design was made for quick & cheap manufacturing, not for rebuildability....
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Go to a local travel trailer parts store and tell...

Go to a local travel trailer parts store and tell them what you want to do. Travel trailers usually have a deep cycyle battery on the tongue to run the electric tongue lift and some 12 volt lights...
06-16-10, 03:27 PM
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What is this plant?

These just sprouted up about a month ago. They were not here last year. They tall ones are about 5 ft. tall. Are they weeds? Loacated in central New Hampshire. Thanks. Oh, that is Yellow buds at the...
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It all depends on your lay of the land and what...

It all depends on your lay of the land and what type of snow you normally get. Is the driveway up hill? Do you get more heavy wet snow? And do you have room to pile the snow with the blade?
My first...
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Look inside the big hole where the exhaust exits...

Look inside the big hole where the exhaust exits from the engine. Some of these had threads in them as they used a threaded muffler. If not threaded, you could tap it so you could put on a threaded...
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Yes Seafoam can be bought at your local auto...

Yes Seafoam can be bought at your local auto parts store.
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Drain all the gas from the tank & carb. Then add...

Drain all the gas from the tank & carb. Then add some Seafoam. Bad gas as in water in the gas or just stale gas?
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Yes you can take off the brass bowl. And yes, it...

Yes you can take off the brass bowl. And yes, it does sound like it needs a cleaning, but a more thoro cleaning than just taking off the float bowl.
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HUH? No self propelled mentioned in this thread.

HUH? No self propelled mentioned in this thread.
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Running good in choke says not enough gas getting...

Running good in choke says not enough gas getting to the carb. Check for gas lines blocked or kinked. Also, try running the gas cap loose. Gas cap vent could be blocked. Also the main jet in the carb...
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I would say flywheel key. Happens when you hit a...

I would say flywheel key. Happens when you hit a rock or stump when mowing.
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Have you checked the battery? How many volts does...

Have you checked the battery? How many volts does the battery show?
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