Small Engine Problems? Ask an Engine Mechanic for Answers ASAP
Dear Customer,thank you for your inquiry at JustAnswer! My name is ***** ***** I try to help you to find a solution for the problem, which is annoying, I understand.A simple, often overlooked, trigger for an engine stall occurs when the heated gases inside the fuel tank can't vent properly. The pressure causes the gas flow to reverse and move out of the carburetor, effectively shutting the engine down. Often referred to as vapor lock, the engine can't operate with these heated gases trapped inside the tank. On lawn mowers, most vapor lock occurs through a dirty fuel tank cap. These caps have a small vent hole that allows the tank to maintain the proper pressure. Clean or replace the fuel cap.
This is just a suggestion off course, but it may help you to solve the problem, let me know it it worked, thank you.Of course, I am always happy to help you anytime!Kindly be patient whilst awaiting any responses from me as I'm not constantly available.Best regards.Your's Gery
Hi, yes I would say that has an effect, as the engine get's hot faster as a result!
Okay, thank you and good luck!
Dear customer,as I have not heard from you since a while, do you still need help or further information?I am here for you off course, let me know please.Thanks in advance.Best regards.Your's Gery