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Old 09 June 2013, 15:01   #1
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Hi there I spoke to u few weeks ago around my mercury 15hp losin power I took it to Shrewsbury mariner and had a stator assy fixed and my told it was workin then I took it out for the first time tonite and it was smoking a lot then die. Now the pull start is stuck now wot is wrong now
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Old 09 June 2013, 15:11   #2
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Pull cord stuck, sounds like the start in gear protection clip is broken or catching. Have a look for the white plastic clip on the top of the flywheel housing.

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Y is it smokin so much then it wasn't before it Went in
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Old 09 June 2013, 15:21   #4
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Too much two stroke oil. A bit of smoke is normal, I wouldn't be worried. Have you changed the fuel since the last debacle? I would be tempted to ditch the fuel and start again on 50:1.
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It is on 50-1
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I've just paid 194 pound to get it fixed and now this
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I've just paid 194 pound to get it fixed and now this
Don't fiddle with it as you clearly have limited knowledge of outboard engines.

Take it back to the shop.
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Don't fiddle with it as you clearly have limited knowledge of outboard engines.

Take it back to the shop.
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I think the engine is over heatin y would this b I was on out for 2 mins
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sorry,but either take it back to marine engineer who worked on it ,may be unrelated to last work carried out give them the full story and get then to investigate and at least tank test or time to buy new engine and enjoy some time on boat
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