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  • #16
    had this happen to a pressure washer one time and it ended up being a stuck valve that was letting pressure bleed back into the crank case.

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    • #17
      whole thread is getting funny, first off it's a Miller bobcat with a gas engine, he s got fuel in the engine due to a failed initial carb. Cranking it over and over again puts fuel past this float bowl into the cylinders and down into the crank case. Fuel also remains in the cylinders. so he sticks on a new carb, unit fires up, now if fuel remained in the cylinders, and it was a tough start, one of the Pistons was likely taken out.. White smoke from a gasser could also be oil. Obviously something is pressurizing the crankcase to make that smoke, as it,s coming out the top crankcase breather.

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