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I know. Who would do something like this? But, we did. We're out working after dark and picked up the used oil container and poured some in the gas tank. We don't know how much. Maybe a pint...or a quart? We did this to a D140 lawn tractor. The mower hasn't been started since this error. What to do now....finish filling with gas and start up?? Is it necessary to drain the gas tank?? Would appreciate advice. The lawnmower is sitting there useless while my grass grows by the hour.
 

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Welcome to GTT Janice.
If you can drain it out easily, do it.
If you can't, go buy a set of new spark plugs and run it. Change spark plugs when/if needed.
 

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Welcome from West Virginia

:wgtt:

Like Gizmo you can fill it the rest of the way and then change plugs next time you add gas.

Or

Shut the gas off at the tank , either siphon the gas out or take the tank off the tractor and dump the gas out .

either way is OK.
 

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You should go out and buy a brand new 1025r, but that's just my $0.02.


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I like that! :lolol: :lolol:
 

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You should go out and buy a brand new 1025r, but that's just my $0.02.


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don't forget the fel,bh, tiller , ballast box, rear box blade, front quick hitch , 3 way plow , snow blower, maybe a broom,:dunno:

and the most important accessory spinning wheel spinner.:bigthumb::gizmo::gizmo::hide:

or just as myself and the other first posters suggested.
 
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