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Stihl Garden | Answered on Dec 04, 2019


it needs fuel.

Toro Garden | Answered on Dec 04, 2019


Likely the recoil starter is kaput. Removing spark plug so there's no compression, then pull starter. If it's still hard pull, remove recoil starter assembly and spin engine by hand. If engine spins freely, replace recoil start.

Garden | Answered on Dec 04, 2019


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Ryobi Garden | Answered on Dec 04, 2019


Precisely yes, they were grown in the open fields, dont know if they were along I-80 tho.

You can get more info here probably: http://expertplantman.com/

Garden | Answered on Dec 03, 2019


https://partscatalog.deere.com/jdrc/sidebyside/equipment/70454/referrer/navigation/pgId/2397003

Familiarize yourself with fender deck footrest attachment points.

You have to remove the seat and the fender deck footrest. Pedals, cut height adjuster knob and whatever else.

Garden | Answered on Dec 03, 2019


fixya can't. Try Googling (mastercraft)(31ae6B0h515)(manual) without parens OR contact Mastercraft directly to request.

Mastercraft... | Answered on Dec 03, 2019


Google (amf)(c2580020)(manual) without parens.

Garden | Answered on Dec 02, 2019


the drive wheel is most likely rusted to the hex shaft due to not greasing it often enough

Craftsman Garden | Answered on Dec 02, 2019


1945: 542700
1946: 555334

Tractordata.com

Shows year of mfg as 1945.

John Deere... | Answered on Dec 02, 2019


Typical snow blower shifts by moving a drive wheel on a hexoganal shaped shaft. Likely the wheel has rusted to the shaft from insufficient maintenance.

Remove the rear/bottom cover plate to access the transmission (usually 4 bolts). Lubricate shaft/wheel with penetrating oil and work free.

Avoid getting oil on the drive wheel and disc or thoroughly clean the disc and wheel with a liberal application of alchohol until wiping with a rag comes clean.

Lubricate any drive chains as well.

Toro Garden | Answered on Dec 02, 2019


The oil inside for the reverser is good? You found that the oil level was correct, the fluid was clean and no further actions were needed? Usually the failure is the clutch pack but that is seen in the fluid. Can you feel or notice that the shift lever is moving into the gear selection correctly? Do you notice, feel or hear that reverse gear is engaged when selected. Do you hear any noises or sounds that weren't there before the failure? Did this failure happen out of the blue or have you noticed reverse acting up for a while now? Please let me know. Good luck.

John Deere... | Answered on Dec 02, 2019


Sorry.This is not a shop. Try the manufacturers agent.

Garden | Answered on Dec 01, 2019


Probably switch is bad and should be replaced. Temporarily you could short wires going to the switch but you have to remember that you no longer will have that safety feature and machine could be started without operator on the seat or could drive itself when operator is no longer on the seat.

Garden | Answered on Dec 01, 2019


Use an ohm meter across point contacts. Connect one of the ohm meter leads to engine frame and the other to the magneto primary near the engine kill switch. Check meter and points function by rotating crankshaft and observe ohm meter. With points closed meter should read zero or a couple of ohms. With points open somewhere over 100 ohms +. Check magneto specs if you want exact ohms.

Remove flywheel then put back in place just so its snug. Turn crank to align flywheel to timing marks then remove flywheel being careful not to move crank.Then observe ohm meter and position points to where contacts just open.

Double check by putting flywheel back in place and turning crank and observe ohm meter. Points should open when timing marks align... readjust if necessary. Torque flywheel nut when satisfied.

This is a relatively low speed engine and timing only needs to be good enough.

Consistancy of point contact closure due to dirty or worn points is the biggest problem.

New point contacts should be cleaned with alcohol to remove oils accumulsted during manufacture.

HP Garden | Answered on Dec 01, 2019

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