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Could also be the governor spring which automatically controls engine rpm. Under load, the governor would rev up engine to keep at optimum cutting rpm. If spring is weak, bent, or mis-adjusted, surging can happen. It is possible to adjust spring, but to do correctly, will need some way to measure rpm, and not to meby, the recommended operating rpm. Might have to replace spring if it is damaged, that is saying it is the spring. I agree with a tune up first. Plug, air filter, and fresh fuel.

Briggs Garden | Answered 4 hours ago

Request the diagram directly from Swisher.

Garden | Answered 7 hours ago

Contact john Deere directly to request diagram/instructions (or both).

Garden | Answered 9 hours ago

The deck belt is not adjustable, it is tightened by the number 26 spring. Spring can loose tension or the belt could be stretched.

Toro Garden | Answered 10 hours ago

If the knob is stuck in the pushed in position it will just click , try and pull it out then unscrew it

Ryobi 30cc 17"... | Answered 15 hours ago

Check the user manual for instructions , I change mine every 20 hours work time.

Garden | Answered Yesterday

Contact Stihl to inquire.

Garden | Answered Yesterday

the fuel pump is driven by vacuum from the engine so it could just be a bad pump

Garden | Answered Yesterday

Google (dixon)(EM-301E)(manual) without parens OR contact Dixon directly to request.

Garden | Answered Yesterday

Contact John Deere directly with your query.

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