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Old 04-07-2010, 03:18 PM   #21
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I have one of the first model Mantis tillers with the SV2AE engine. I was having the same issues you are having.

Install a new plug and make sure you clean and re-oil the air filter or just replace it alltogether.

Once I did this, that sucker woke right up and ran like a champ.

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Well one way to check this is a compression test, but I would still get a new plug for it and see if that fixes it. If when you take the old plug out it is not wet, you most likely have a fuel problem. Im betting on a partially fouled plug though.
I put a new plug in it and it fired right up, the old plug didn't look that bad though
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