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. Inspect the spark plug and the spark plug wire. Gap the plug properly, and install it correctly. If you are still not getting a spark, the problem may be the points on an older
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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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