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Old 09-13-2017, 11:09 PM
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Thanks for the update Tim. I have been unable to go see my neighbor as his schedule and mine were not matching up. Maybe tomorrow night.
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Had the same problem with my 1872 after it sat awhile. Sure enough the fuel drained into the cylinders and crankcase. Pulled the plugs and pumped the fuel out and changed the oil. In addition to changing the needle and seat I added an inline fuel shutoff under the hood, just in case.
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The shut off in the bottom of the tank requires removing the side panel to shut it off, when I had my 1811 I added an in line shut off right before the pump so all I had to do was open the hood.
Understand Tim, but it looked/sounded like he was talking like he didn't know there was a shut off under the tank. Least that's the way I read it...
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Old 09-15-2017, 10:47 AM
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bleoh - you win a cigar!!! I went over the neighbors last night. Pulled the plugs they were dry - that was good news. I then took your suggestion and tried to spin the engine over with a socket on the bolt for the PTO. I think I tried first to turn it CCW as looking straight in at the PTO. It would not budge. I said OK, then tried it CW. It moved a little, I heard what I thought was the bendix retracting from the ring gear. I turned it a little more then turned it in a CCW direction with no problem at all. My neighbor hopped on up on the seat to give the old girl a whirl. She fired right up with no problem at all!

Thanks to everyone here from my neighbor.
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Now it's time to pull the starter and lube the Bendix so it doesn't happen again.
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