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Briggs & stratton bpw 2700

Just been given a briggs & stratton bpw 2700 pressure washer and it does not work, i have cleaned and checked the spark plug and it sparks really well, when i pull the pull cord it turns well not ceasing at all but will not fire up

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    davlink2001 Sep 02, 2012

    I have a similar problem. I have the 2700 professional series Ready Start with NO choke adjustment. It tries to start but won't keep running. I am going to buy START at Wal Mart and see if that will fix it.

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Dear gcombs,
One small problem, which might sound silly, is to check that the tap of the fuel is open. There are other reasons why fuel does not come. I think that fuel is not coming, or on the contrary, it could be that too much fuel is entering the engine. So you must check for a choke correction(if it has one). I am blaming the fuel system, because you said that the spark plug, sparks really well. A wrong grade or type of fuel could also be the cause. Also I suggest as you are trying to start the engine and adjusting and checking the fuel system...this must be done with no load at all. So remove the gun(or open it without nozzle...but better to remove the gun, so you have both hands on machine)....and you can supply water if you want. But work and test with NO LOAD!!
fulltech.

Posted on Dec 18, 2008

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