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Why Is My Lawnmower Smoking?

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There are a number of reasons that could be making your lawnmower to smoke. It could be smoking because the fuel inside the cylinder is burning too hot. When muffler traps carbon deposits, they reignite and start burning causing your lawnmower to smoke.
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