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Rototiller Troubleshooting Guide

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Need to make a garden tiller repair? Don’t go through the hassle of loading it into your truck because Repair Clinic can show you how to fix a tiller right in your very own garage. You’ll save money on the parts and time by doing the repair yourself. And, since time is money, we’re basically giving your two chances to save some money. We’re awesome that way.

Most Common Problems

A tiller repair job is certainly not beyond your skill level, especially if you follow Repair Clinic’s rototiller troubleshooting steps. It all starts by matching your tiller problem with the list of symptoms on our website. Maybe your engine is sputtering. Perhaps the spinner blades are not spinning. Whatever happens to be the issue, we can help you make it right, so you can get those seeds in the ground and your garden growing.
Small engine hard to start
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Small engine leaks gas
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Small engine runs poorly
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Small engine stops after a few seconds
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Small engine won’t start
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