Glen M: Thanks for the tips Hope you have suggestion for mower starts then dies out in less than 3 minutes.
Mekdes Awoke: Great video thx
lisakeeg10: Super informative! Thank you.
kayla summting: Puppies!
Bill Kahn: Man, this is was nice and pleasant video. Thanks A LOT! Quick question, how do you measure the engine oil level? I did dip the stick and see to small dots in the bottom of stick but oil level is way above that. Are those two dots the max oil level?
MacA Serdana: Great Video and info but the best part were the Labs....Love them
Andy Cuthbertson: this is probably the best video I've seen by far with maintenance on small engines
tieetop: Great video, thanks.
Christopher M: Thanks again. Do you have a 'fix it' for same lawn mower with a string that is stuck? I'm wondering because I now have a clean mower, and can't get it going.
Rotter Tube Reef: great video
June G: the black dog can't swim
keepsitsreal: nice video... kudos to the camera lady for asking questions. .. I actually had some of the same questions she asked
jimspinasbook: Great video! Thanks
astroid911: Cool puppy
Steve McDaniel: Thank you for posting this. Where is your video for sharpening the blade?
Drew Luellen: Great video. My dad hated lawn mowers so he refused to maintain them. I had no clue how to do it when I was a kid. So I would put gas in and keep running it until it died. Then we would throw it in the trunk and drive up to the place that repaired and sold used mowers. He would trade the dead one in on a "new" one and the cycle would begin again. When I bought my house the old guy who lived next door gave me some tips on how to maintain my mower. That was 2002. I still have the same mower today.
Mae Engelhart: When I pulled the air filter, it was oily and the chamber was dirty oily too. Is this a concern? Also is there an oil filter that needs to be changed when changing the oil?
Renae Tolbert: I just wanted to thank you SO MUCH for posting this video. I am a recent widow and am trying to learn how to repair things by myself so I don't have to spend money. This video gave me the confidence and knowledge to do it myself! THANKS! If you want to see the video I did of myself working on my own mower let me know. One thing I forgot to do was warm it up for 5 minutes first. :(
pkguy52: Instead of the fuel stabilizer/additives you can just use small engine specific fuels such as aspen. infact they work even better
Truetothat454: For the filter, you can do like I did. Take the old dirty filter, walk up to a big box store associate, and be like "I need a new one of these". This is a great video by the way.
Change the Oil & Tune Up Lawnmower - GardenFork.T5
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