How can I start a petrol lawnmower?

Answer

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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