How to Replace Carburetor on Toro Recycler Push Mower (Spark Plug Shoots Out at End)



This video shows how to replace the carb on a Toro Recycler Push Mower. I did not change out the spark plug because it was new. The plug was cross threaded and all the threads were gone. At the end of the video the Spark Plug shoots out of the mower across the garage.

Replacement Carb Fits 20016, 20017, and 20018 model
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Current Equipment Owned
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-Troy-Bilt Mustang 50″ Zero Turn
-Echo SRM-225 http://amzn.to/1SUyNZs
-Husqvarna 125b Blower http://amzn.to/1QcbNaQ
-Toro 22″ Recycler Model 20018

Future Equipment Purchase
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-Troy-Bilt 2800-PSI Pressure Washer
-Husqvarna 150BT Backpack Blower
-Husqvarna HU700H 160cc 22-in Push Mower

Camera Used
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iPhone 6
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8 thoughts on “How to Replace Carburetor on Toro Recycler Push Mower (Spark Plug Shoots Out at End)

  1. Wow! Thanks for carb info. I got carb, air filter; plug and new hoses and clamps for $15 on Amazon. Cheaper to replace carb than to clean.

  2. I'll be tackling this project tomorrow. Thanks for the step by step. I'm mechanically inclined but haven't worked on a mower so I always like seeing a video ahead of time to get an idea of what I'm in for. This was exactly what I needed to see. Thanks again!

  3. the ending! LMAO! hahahaha! Good thing there were no bystanders! hahaha!
    ( I work for a TORO dealer, btw lol ) We sell Husqvarna, TORO, Bad Boy & SCAG. As well as STIHL hand held equipment. 😉

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