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We have a warranty with Coleman Spas however the store we purchased our unit has gone out of business.
Need several replacement jet inserts for our Coleman Spa. We live in Burlington, Ontario.
Who would we contact and do you have a phone number and how much would it cost to replace the parts?
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If Briggs & Stratton, it will likely have two adjustment
screws on the carburetor. One is for low speed, the other for full load.
Take note of how far you turn them so can return them if
From your description, using the choke normally means the
engine is starved for fuel so backing off the mix screw might cure it.
If not, then likely one of the jets is fouled so you will
have to remove the screw(s), counting the turns as you do.
Clean the seats with carburetor cleaner (auto parts store or
Walmart) and replace the screws.
They may still need adjustment after reinstalling.
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