utamjoseph These small engines have the oil sump directly beneath the cylinder jug. If there’s a hole, it needs to be replaced. Getting a spare donor machine off of Facebook marketplace or similar is your best bet.
Be advised though; Swapping it over requires a lot of work, and the tolerances are in the tiniest of thousands of millimeters. It would take an experienced small engine mechanic a couple of hours up to half a day to do the job, so most consumers opt for getting a working engine from somewhere, then replace the broken one.
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