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-Short answer to my fix. To much gas in the tank gas cap vent clogged.
+Short answer to my fix. To much gas in the fuel tank, gas cap vent clogged.
I had the same problem, motor would crank but would not start. Before having the problem I installed: a new spark plug; new air filter; new gas filter and changed the oil. I was low on gas so I poured what gas i had left from previous week in tank. Not much, may a 1/4 gallon. Mower started like a champ. 2 weeks later I filled the tank and mower would crank but would not start. I assumed I fouled something up with the new parts. After hours of reading and researching. Trying this and that I asked a neighbor if he new of a good small engine mechanic. Neighbor ask if he could take a look. He removed gas cap and the engine started with no problem.

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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: allister clinton ,

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Short answer to my fix.  To much gas in the tank gas cap vent clogged.

I had the same problem, motor would crank but would not start.  Before having the problem I installed: a new spark plug; new air filter; new gas filter and changed the oil.  I was low on gas so I poured what gas i had left from previous week in tank.  Not much, may a 1/4 gallon.  Mower started like a champ.  2 weeks later I filled the tank and mower would crank but would not start.   I assumed I fouled something up with the new parts.  After hours of reading and researching.  Trying this and that I asked a neighbor if he new of a good small engine mechanic.  Neighbor ask if he could take a look.  He removed gas cap and the engine started with no problem.

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