Summary of DESTROYED JOHN DEERE MOWER - Will it Run?

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The video is a tutorial on how to fix a John Deere mower that has been damaged by corrosion. The mower is taken apart and cleaned, and new parts are installed. The mower is then tested to see if it works.

  • 00:00:00 The video showcased a John Deere LX178 mower that was destroyed 10 years ago and was recently found by the owner. The mower was left outside by the owner and has since been rotting. The goal of the video is to try and get the engine running so that the steering can be fixed.
  • 00:05:00 The YouTube user shows footage of a John Deere lawnmower that has been ruined by corrosion and is not in working condition. He finds that the engine is not seized and that there is some life in it. He removes the spark plugs and inspects the combustion chambers, finding that they are clean.
  • 00:10:00 The video demonstrates how to clean and oil a John Deere mower. The first step is to spray lubricant into the engine and then try to turn the engine over. If the engine turns over, the starter motor is probably bad. Next, the carburetor is cleaned and the engine oil is drained.
  • 00:15:00 The man is trying to fix a John Deere lawnmower that has been ruined by corrosion. He finds that the fuel pump has rust, the carburetor has corrosion, and the float is stuck. He also finds that the needle valve is stuck, which means that when the float goes up, the fuel won't enter the carburetor. He cleans the bowl, puts the mower back together, and tries to turn it over, and it runs. Afterward, he installs new gaskets and parts and the mower is now working perfectly.
  • 00:20:00 The YouTube video shows a John Deere mower that has been destroyed. The mower was run for the first time in 10 years and it was surprisingly still operable. The next step was to remove the back panel and check the oil and the starter motor. The mower was then drained and flushed.
  • 00:25:00 The video shows a John Deere mower that has been destroyed by oil and fuel residue. The mower needs to be properly cleaned and the pickup tube needs to be removed and cleaned.
  • 00:30:00 The author has set up a makeshift evaporator to clean a John Deere mower that has been sitting in a hot, rural area for over 14 hours. The evaporator has successfully cleaned the mower inside and out, and the author is now refitting it. However, they find an unidentified sticky tar-like substance in the tank, which they are unable to remove.
  • 00:35:00 The video demonstrates how to fix a John Deere mower that doesn't run. First, the fuel line is plugged into the carburetor and the fuel pump is tested to see if it works. Then, the steering wheel is freed and tested to see if it works. Finally, the tires are inflated and tested to see if they hold air.
  • 00:40:00 The author demonstrates how to drain the oil and replace it in a John Deere Mower that has been damaged. He also demonstrates how to detect if there is fuel leaking from the mower.
  • 00:45:00 The mower's owner found fuel leaking from the engine and determined it was gasoline. The video then shows the mower running and smoking, and the owner doing a leak down test which shows there is fuel leaking from the engine.
  • 00:50:00 In the video, the owner of a John Deere mower tests the engine and finds that there is a fuel problem. The carburetor needs to be cleaned and rebuilt.

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