That's the TSC branding tax...for life out here! And they won't swap eggs or field work with you either...just deniro senor. Good work on the pressure gauge...fingers crossed that the gauge reading falls in spec.
Could be from a plug firing intermittently, or on and off if your carb is good and tight. My 322 was only firing on 2 of 3 until I fixed...gassy oil led me to pickup coils behind flywheel...all good now. You'll sort it out...tractor time!
You're on the right track, with your B and recovery...just keep your mind moving forward/occupied while your body mends. You know where you are...don't look back unless you need a clue on where to go from here. The future lies ahead...keep your mind trained on that and it will all fall in place in due time.
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