You can make it work.....
Try to start the engine. If it's electric start, it will be reluctant to start, or not do anything, usually make squealing noises. If it's pull-start, it usually is a lot harder to pull, and won't react much to any pulling at all.
more than likely not a 25cc engine pull start should be smaller and the insides could be different call a dealer than can tell you for sure
Cordless lawn mowers rely on an electric starter in order to start the engine. This contrasts with regular pull start motors which require the user to pull/spin the crankshaft and start the engine.
It is the whole assembly containing the pull start (if applicable) or the metal or plastic shroud surrounding the flywheel (it spins when you start the engine ).
We need more information, make & model of engine, pull start/electric start etc.
pull the spark plug out and start turning the engine over and watch the water fly!
This could be due to the engine being flooded. Or more seriously a broken piston ring or seized engine. Remove spark plug then tug on pull start with the plug removed keep tuggin but make sure fuel is turned off. Any excess fuel in the engine will be forced out now. Dry or replace spark plug. pUT IGNITION LEAD BACK ON pull start should work fine now.
To make the engine run richer
because it doesn't like you
The PB 403 T because the engine is smaller and easier to turn over... Hovever, it is sttill a big engine to turn over from the pull start.
Start engine, idle in park. Pull dipstick, wipe off and reinsert. Pull dipstick and read the level.
iF YOU HAVE FUEL IN THE TANK IT IS BECAUSE THE ENGINE IS FLOODED, TAKE OUT THE GLOW PLUG AND TURN THE CAR UPSIDE DOWN AND PULL THE PULLSTART WHICH WILL CAUSE ANY FUEL IN THE ENGINE TO COME OUT THE CYLINDER HEAD