Leftover fuel could cause a lawn mower to break down in spring

04/29/2013 | WWLP-TV (Springfield, Mass.)

Leftover fuel could be the reason a lawn mower won't work in the spring, according to Connie Wiezbicki, owner of Acres Power Equipment in East Longmeadow, Mass. Use a fuel stabilizer before storing the mower in winter, and use a midrange gasoline higher than 87 octane when filling the equipment, Wiezbicki advises.

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