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Kinda not normal. Your question is hard to understand, but i will give some kind of answer as to what I think you are saying. make sure the throttle stays at full or high speed. I'm assuming that this is a GAS rotary mower. also make sure the cable going down the handle does not move.

Toro Lawn Mower... | Answered on Jul 22, 2014

If you're Toro electric blower is slowing down, throwing sparks, overheating or not starting you may need to replace the carbon brushes. Replacing brushes and cleaning commutator early can prevent damage to motor armature!
There are Electric Motor replacement carbon brushes on E-bay for all three motor sizes (7 AMP, 10.5 AMP, and 12 AMP) of Toro Leaf Blowers (Toro Rake and Vac Super and Ultra Blower and "850" Vacuums)
Search E-bay for: "Toro Blower Carbon Brush"
- 12 Amp leaf blowers Toro Super (Old model 51552) through Toro Ultra (New model 51609).
- Toro 850 Super Blower Shredder-Vac 12 Amp (model 51575).
- 10.5 Amp leaf blowers Toro Old through Toro New model 51573.
- 7 Amp leaf blowers Toro model 51586 and other Toro 7 amp blowers.

Toro Lawn Mower... | Answered on Jul 18, 2014

From flipping the mower on it's side the top of the cylinder gets slightly flooded with crankcase oil. A good priming and a few extra pulls on the starter cord is usually necessary after this type of maintenance. You'll see a few extra puff of oil smoke upon starting. This burns off in less than a minute.

Toro Lawn Mower... | Answered on Jul 15, 2014

Well If You Cant find drain plug [should be a square drive]

Then I would turn the thing upside down [empty gas tank first of course]& drain it thru the filler plug. Perhaps the drain is an inset hex bolt and you must REALLY clean the underneath, dig around for it!

Toro Lawn Mower... | Answered on Jul 15, 2014

Either The drive belt for the blades has come off, or it has broken.

Toro Lawn Mower... | Answered on Jul 04, 2014

Engine starts but stalls out. Plug cleaned and air filter removed.

Toro Lawn Mower... | Answered on Jul 02, 2014

It should use regular fuel unless the fuel cap say's Mixed fuel only Or has a pic of a gas pump + an oil drop. The cap on the Left in this picture, Is for mixed fuel = 2 stroke the cap on the right is gasoline only. You may have to zoom in to see the detail of + oil drop

Toro Lawn Mower... | Answered on Jun 26, 2014

There should be a drain plug on the side of the engine to drain the oil back out.

Toro Lawn Mower... | Answered on Jun 24, 2014

If you don't see two screws diagonal of each other than there is a little ring holding in your primer bulb. Be careful when removing ring as to not bend out of shape usually new primer bulbs don't come with them. If there are the two screws diagonally, than just unscrew and lift holding plate remove old primer and reverse for install... Good Luck....

Toro Lawn Mower... | Answered on Jun 22, 2014

Request the diagram directly from Toro.

Toro Lawn Mower... | Answered on Jun 19, 2014

The problem is likely varnish buildup in the carb. Add PAINT THINNER ( yes, I meant to say that !) to the gas. Use 1.5 ounces each of Xylol ( Xylel) and Acetone per 10 gallons of gas ( 5 gal. can will use 3/4 ounce each ).Drain gas tank and carb float bowl. Add fresh gas mixed with thinners. Remove air cleaner element and use quick starting fluid with upper cylinder lubricant to start mower, and keep it running with SHORT bursts of starting fluid until it will run on its own. You may also need to replace or clean air filter if it is old or dirty. continue procedure for 5 minutes or so. Remember to run Sta-bil fuel stabilizer through the system before you shut down for the season, as this will prevent the varnish build up.
I've been using thinner in all of my engines ( gas, pre mix, and diesel ) for a few years with no bad side effects. I've ridden over 15,000 miles on my motorcycle - getting better mileage and power, and not having to buy premium gas either.
Hope this helps!!

Toro Lawn Mower... | Answered on Jun 13, 2014

Try new plugs, wires, ect... look for shorts or anything that is grounding out. Also make sure that you have the right gap on the new spark plug, that can be a big problem. And don't forget to look for any rust or build up that could stop that electrical current.

Toro Lawn Mower... | Answered on Jun 10, 2014

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