how to fix a tecumseh lawnmower part 1 of 3 – small engine Davidsfarmison[bliptv]now



how to fix a tecumseh lawnmower part 1 of 3 – small engine Davidsfarmison[bliptv]now

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23 thoughts on “how to fix a tecumseh lawnmower part 1 of 3 – small engine Davidsfarmison[bliptv]now

  1. This was a gift from God to me today. Thank you for putting together this video. Your knowledge and humor made it very watchable…not to mention the fact that you clearly addressed the problem I was having. Thanks for educating me! Time for a beer.

  2. Hello, my lawn motor has spark, gas and cranks well (with a starter) but won't start at all.
    I cleaned the carburetor and also spaying some staring fluid (not floated) and still won't start. Ah I also check for compressible– checked around 85 psi. I ran out of ideas, do you have any?

  3. is the spark at the right time? check your flywheel key.

    pull the spark plug, spray starter fluid directly into the cylinder, put plug back, fire

  4. Great video!…now show one where you have to replace the base gasket on the bottom of a 6.75 Tecumseh…because mine is leaking in front under the cylinder housing.

  5. Want to say thanks, was just about to give up on my Tecumseh 6.75 until I saw this video. Had the problem with the motor not running after start. Thought it had to do with the carb, but wasn't sure how to approach it. When you mentioned the bad/stale/dirty fuel, I figured it had to be that. Removed my cup to find actual crystals growing! Cleaned up the cup and injector and all is well! Thanks!

  6. Thank you, thank you, thank you. Went to start my mower this year and the cord was slipping. I used your trick with the drywall screw and it started right up!

  7. No it does usually take 2 pulls to start to start a Tecumseh but it takes more than 2 to start a Breaks and Scrap'em motor.

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