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Ooops, I let 212 make a mess!

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DMartin9N-2N

10-18-2018 13:57:04




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I added oil to Kohler in my Deere 212, then got diverted by a tire problem on my little yard trailer. Swapped tire/wheel with a good one, then started tractor and drove around to other side of barn. I noticed oil dripping down the Deere's side covers from inside the hood. Well, oops! I opened hood, found I had forgotten to put dipstick back in, oil was being blown out dipstick opening! I suppose no real harm done, just need to clean up engine area. As I get older, maybe I need a keeper? Just talkin'

Dennis M. in W. Tenn.

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farnerjohninpa

10-19-2018 00:54:51




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 Re: Ooops, I let 212 make a mess! in reply to DMartin9N-2N, 10-18-2018 13:57:04  
i know what ya be talking about..i just got my210 out of the shed the other day and the wife yelled out i had a phoe call.went to the phone call for 15 minutes,and upon going outside i turned around and went back inside and asked the wife why she had the mower out of the shed..enjoy the golden years!!



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John in Mich

10-18-2018 16:45:20




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 Re: Ooops, I let 212 make a mess! in reply to DMartin9N-2N, 10-18-2018 13:57:04  
I have to repeatedly say X Y Z so I don't forget certain things. I used to tell my sons that when they were small.



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