How can I start a petrol lawnmower?

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To start a petrol lawnmower, check in the small fuel tank to see if there is petrol in it or not. If yes, then check whether the blades are in position and properly attached. Wheel the lawnmower to the lawn and keeping a firm grip on the handle, pull the cord or push the on button on the electric ignition (depending on the type of mower you have). Once the motor starts, move the lawnmower over the lawn to get rid of the extra grass.
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1. Park the mower on a flat, level surface, and disconnect the spark plug wire from the spark plug to prevent accidental starting of the engine. Remove the spark plug with a spark
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Because it is a load of cheap Chinese garbage. Buy a Honda! You will buy five of these pieces of crap in 10 years and only one Honda. It will not start for one of 2 reasons. Lack
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First thing.... nothing has been hit with it? then your ok there.... if you did, sheared flywheel key (possible bent crank and or blade) NOW, the gas (to the first idiot, petrol is
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Locate the prime button, usually red or black, a squishy button somewhere on the
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