Is there any kind of lemon law on mowers? I recently bought a new mower now has 150 hrs and i think that it has a blown head gasket. When i bought the mower i started it up used it at the dealership every thing was fine.drove home (1/2 hr away) pull it off the trailer to cut a yard and it cut off. I fooled with it couldn't get it started so they came an got it. they cleaned the carb and put some junk in the carb and fuel good to go. Next morning i start it up and there is a puff of white smoke.I call them they said don't mine it it is the stuff we put in there to clean it run a tank through it and it will clear up. So i gave it the benefit of doubt and gave it about 5 tanks it was still dong it. I stop in on the dealer and asked again about it.he gave me some different stuff said this should clear it up, if not it may be a blown head gasket, keep i eye on the water level.So every morning i pop off the radiator cap it is full, but every morning it is smokeing worse and worst. Today i notice there was a expansion tank for the radiator with a high a low, it is about a 1/2 inch below the low but the radiator is full, it has never ran hot. I guess it is a blown head gasket that was blown since i bought it new. All day i have been pissed, i just paid 10,200 for a mower with a blown head gasket. i don't want it fixed i want them to buy it back.I will get one just like it if they would but i don't want THIS ONE. There is no reason that this mower should have to be majorly work on this new, if i wanted something that has been pulled apart and fixed i would have just keep my old one. Has this kind of thing happened to any of you, is there anything i can get done?