Riding Lawn Mower Backfires?

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A riding lawn mower can have issues with backfires if the carburetor needs to be cleaned. It can also backfire if there is a short in the electrical wiring. You may also need to change the spark plugs.
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because there is too much gas in the cylinder. to fix it, lower the choke. also timing could be off due to a run of thick grass or hitting object with blade. flywheel key could be
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1. Check to see that the blade lever on top of the mower deck is disengaged. 2. Set the throttle control on the steering column to "Choke" and pull on the starter cord.
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1. Put the throttle to "turtle" after use. 2. Ride the lawnmower around for two minutes. 3. Turn it off. It shouldn't backfire anymore.
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too much gas, fumes dont ignite in cumbustion chamber and flow out the exhaust where they are exposed to high heat then "explode" causing backfire.
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