Originally Posted by rcreech
If the machine every has been laid over this will happen. We had this happen a few times in the boxtruck where it flipped over on its side for some reason.
You just pull the spark plug and it will start right up.
We have 6 of these machines and run them hard every week. As far as 400 hours per year...it doesn't have a clue how many hours it has on it, you just have to take care of it.
Just like every other piece of equipment it comes down to preventative maintenance and how well you take care of your stuff. We like to get rid of our machines when they get close to 400-50 hours anyway because we feel our maintenance increases with the age of any equipment that applies fertilizer.
Id bet decent money this is what might have happened. It was in an enclosed trailer the day in question.
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