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First you need to repair the fuel inlet properly. You likely have an air leak the way it is now. You can get a replacement inlet elbow at your local parts shop. Tecumpseh and briggs are a bit different but look very similar so be sure what you have before you go. grab hold of the brass with channel locks or vice grips and pull straight out to remove the old one. Put a dab of oil on the new one, align the way you want it to face and press in firmly. Do not twist or it will break again. Once the inlet is repaired properly then you can adjust the carb. The low speed jet is the one closest to the motor. The initial settings are 1 and a half turns out for both low and high.
Ok. that's good. You have performed an initial reset that does not lose any data. You must log back on after an initial reset.
<div>Find the button marked clerk, clk#, cashier, cash# or similar. This is your log on button. Now type a clerk code (default is 1) then press the cashier button.</div>
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Sounds like your capacitor has stopped functioning. Most dryers have capacitors ranging from 8 to 10 ohms which store energy and give the drum the initial energy boost to start it turning. Unplug the machine and take off the side that contains the motor. in there you will find a small cylindrical object with two connections, thats your capacitor, replace it
YES THE CARBURETOR CAN BE OVERHAULED THE REPAIR KIT PART # IS 31840 , THE BOWL IS REMOVED BY REMOVING THE BRASS NUT ON THE BOTTOM WITH A 7/16" WRENCH.YOU MAY NEED TO REMOVE THE WELCH PLUGS FOR A GOOD CLEANING. NEW PLUGS COME WITH KIT. YOU CAN SOAK CARB. IN CLEANER SHOULD BE NO LONGER THAN 15 MINUTES. ALWAYS USE NEW GASKETS. ADJUSTMENTS TO BE DONE WHEN ENGINE IS WARMED UP.