From what she describes the engine is tired and none of the current
push mower engines are worth the cost of a rebuild. Even on the off
chance that you are right that starting fluid will eventually cause a
problem it will have worn completely out long before the starting
fluid gets it
<My lawnmower has been on the fritz all summer. It started cutting out when
<Yet he insists there is nothing wrong with mine.
<Does anybody have any ideas before I take it to another repair shop and have
<to pay another $80? I am pretty strong, but unwilling to destroy my arm
<yanking on this crank.
You sound like you're game. Read through the Mower Repair FAQ before you do
anything else like. I'm sure your answer will be in there.
I think you're getting gas so the logical alternative is to check the spark and
I agree that a properly running mower more often than not, starts on the first
best of luck with it Bets,
This thread made my twisted mind conger up yet another good reason why
those ardant feminists who'd like to see the world turn into a place
where all babies are cloned and born female are barking* up the wrong tree.
You've proven why men are and will always be a necessary evil; Your
repairMAN can start that well worn lousy compression engine, but you, a
woman, lack the physiognomy to do so yourself.
Long live all muscular male starter rope pullers!!
* Any implicastion with female canines was unintended.
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