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this is on a DR Trimmer mower 2000 year it runs for maybe 10 to 15 minutes and then dies and it seems like it really hot. I haven't check gas cap see if it's pulling a vacuum. I really believe it's running hot after it stops you can see could it be a valve.
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This set up in a pasture for over five years and I was very excite I got it running.. Just wanted y'all to see if y'all might know.
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this is on a DR Trimmer mower 2000 year it runs for maybe 10 to 15 minutes and then dies and it seems like it really hot. I haven't check gas cap see if it's pulling a vacuum. I really believe it's running hot after it stops you can see could it be a valve.
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122802 - 1752 - B(D)7 - 000731157
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Is there a strong spark when it dies? I once had a string trimmer that was heavily used, and hard to restart. I replaced the coil (not very expensive), and that resolved it. I think a failing coil could cut out when it is hot.
 

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Is there a strong spark when it dies? I once had a string trimmer that was heavily used, and hard to restart. I replaced the coil (not very expensive), and that resolved it. I think a failing coil could cut out when it is hot.
I'll check that out
 
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