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Rope pulls but fly wheel doesn't turn

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SOURCE: need repair manual for briggs

After a very extensive cross reference session your engine is model number
10H902-0285-E1 (not provided by you so it took a while)

Your engine is covered in this repair manual:
http://www.mymowerparts.com/pdf/Briggs_&_Stratton_Service_and_Repair_Manuals_Spec_Charts/270962%20Single%20Cylinder%20L-Head%20BRIGGS%20&%20STRATTON.pdf

If there is a problem that your having I can help you if you would just elaborate. I could save you lots of time. The 2 most common failures of this engine is on the carburetor. The parts that fail are the diaphragm (Item 394) and the primer bulb (Item 976) of this link:
http://www.partstree.com/parts/?lc=briggs_and_stratton&mn=10H902-0285-E1&dn=57160004

Carb data is in section 3 of the first link.
Thanks for choosing FixYa,
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SOURCE: BOLENS 11A-414E765: Starts fine, but after a

Sounds like there may be a fuel flow restriction or partial blockage between the tank and the carb. If you have a fuel filter it may be time to change it. If that is not it there may be something in the line. I once found a wasp in the fuel tank. If not in the fuel delivery then you may have to clean the carb.

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After a very extensive cross reference session your engine is model number
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Your engine is covered in this repair manual:
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If there is a problem that your having I can help you if you would just elaborate. I could save you lots of time. The 2 most common failures of this engine is on the carburetor. The parts that fail are the diaphragm (Item 394) and the primer bulb (Item 976) of this link:
http://www.partstree.com/parts/?lc=briggs_and_stratton&mn=10H902-0285-E1&dn=57160004

Carb data is in section 3 of the first link.
Thanks for choosing FixYa,
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