Why Does My Lawnmower Sputter?

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The most common reason for lawnmower engines to sputter can be fuel or engine related problems. Ensure the machine has an ample supply of fresh fuel and the fuel is always at the right level. Also, check if the engine oil is the right type and is clean. If neither of these suggestions is the problem, you probably need to replace the carburettor or consult with the manufacturer.
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