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Well the best diagram I could find you is located here I believe the springs you are looking for are labeled 634 and 634A. Your choke valves and shafts are 141 and 141A.

The diagram doesn't really show an exploded view of the carb, but from what I can tell the choke assemblies should be fairly easy to find (you'll see the valves when you look into the carb's holes). From what i can see it looks like the springs are on the bottom of the choke shafts.

You can also reference here for ordering individual parts if necessary. Make sure (as I'm sure you know) to spray the whole thing down really well with carburetor cleaner to try to unstick the choke if possible.

Just to verify, I got the make/model of your engine from a few websites, but this information is about a Briggs & Stratton model 280H07-0166-E1 engine. Double check your engine's model number to make sure they match, and if not let me know and I can try to see if there's the same type of information about your model number.

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You can get a breakdown of the carburetor on a parts website like partstree.com by entering the model number off the engine, and picking the appropriate type number, and selecting the carburetor and you will get an illustrated parts diagram which includes and exploded view of the carburetor.

I hope this helps you out.

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