What Causes a Lawn Mower to Backfire?

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Burning fuel entering the engine can cause a lawn mower to backfire. Fuel entering the exhaust can also cause a backfire.
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Start with the easy fix. Remove the cap from the fuel tank and look inside. If you can’t see any gasoline sloshing around inside, the mower may have run out of gas. When the
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Blue smoke indicates the engine is burning oil. If it is a 2-stroke, the fuel/oil mixture has too much oil. If it is a 4-stroke, there is too much oil in the reservoir or the valve
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If the lawn mower isn't getting gas, it's most likely a carburetor or
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For a large garden, I suggest you to go with Petrol Lawn Mowers. Honda is the best choice for petrol lawn mowers. Always read the reviews before you buy any lawn mowers. Choosing
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