The Most Common Malfunctions
If your lawn mower won’t start, you’re probably wondering what could be wrong. Is it the spark plug? The fuel line? The air filter? In this blog post, we will discuss the most common malfunctions that can cause a lawn mower to not start. We will also provide tips on how to troubleshoot each of these problems. Keep reading for helpful information on how to get your lawn mower up and running again!
The first thing you should check if your lawn mower won’t start is the spark plug. If the spark plug is dirty or faulty, it can prevent the engine from starting. To clean the spark plug, remove it from the engine and scrub it with a wire brush. If the spark plug is damaged, you will need to replace it.
Next, check the fuel line to make sure that there is fuel reaching the engine. If the fuel line is clogged or blocked, it will prevent fuel from reaching the engine and cause it to not start. To clean the fuel line, remove it from the engine and flush it out with carburetor cleaner.
Finally, check the air filter to make sure that it is not dirty or clogged. A dirty or clogged air filter can restrict air flow to the engine and prevent it from starting. To clean the air filter, remove it from the engine and wash it with soap and water.
By following these tips, you should be able to troubleshoot and fix the most common problems that can cause a lawn mower to not start. If your lawn mower still won’t start after trying these tips, we recommend taking it to a qualified technician for further diagnosis.