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The 10525 I recently got had the oily "Syrup" inside as have others in the past, but the 10247 I just gave a tune up to this past weekend had that "dark fuel" pour out of it. Probably not quite a 1/4 cup, but it did catch me off guard and made a mess !!

When I last serviced this mower (3 yrs ago), I put a new float / needle & seat in it as well as a shut-off valve and the owner claims she uses the shut-off regularly. I had previously jetted this mower (#66 drilled main & "40" pilot) so I thought maybe I had it running too rich and this was why the raw fuel was in there. Come to find out it had the WRONG small-hole throttle plate in it. Now it has the CORRECT throttle plate with a #68 drilled main and a stock "37.5" pilot and is now running near perfect / 100% better.

Doug
 
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