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Toro Power MAx 824OE

Just turned over my Toro Power Max for the first time and I noticed a tan fluid leaking from a black drain (?) on the engine. Does anyone know what this is? And is this normal? TYIA
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only fluid in the engine would be motor oil. Sounds like drain plug leaking.
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check the dip stick and see if any water got in the crankcase

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Could there be too much oil in the machine?
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Could there be too much oil in the machine?
Maybe . Do not overfill check your manual for proper level and amount.
Are you talking about a bolt type drain or a small black hose ?
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