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Lawn mower smoking

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Common solutions for: Lawn mower smoking
Solution 1:
Carburetor is Letting Too Much Fuel In
If the lawn mower engine produces black smoke, this indicates that the carburetor is getting too much fuel (or "running rich"). If the carburetor float is stuck open, the engine will get too much fuel. Similarly, if the carburetor choke is stuck closed, the lawn mower engine will not be able to draw in enough air to create the proper air-fuel mixture.
Solution 2:
Carburetor
If the lawn mower engine produces black smoke, this indicates that the carburetor is getting too much fuel (or "running rich"). If the carburetor float is stuck open, the engine will get too much fuel.... Similarly, if the carburetor choke is stuck closed, the lawn mower engine will not be able to draw in enough air to create the proper air-fuel mixture.
Required Part
Lawn Mower Carburetor
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Solution 3:
Carburetor Repair Kit
If the lawn mower engine produces black smoke, this indicates that the carburetor is getting too much fuel (or "running rich"). If the carburetor float is stuck open, the engine will get too much fuel.... Similarly, if the carburetor choke is stuck closed, the lawn mower engine will not be able to draw in enough air to create the proper air-fuel mixture.
Required Part
Lawn Mower Carburetor Repair Kit
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