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I have briggs inteck 12.5 on a snapper 30 inch mower. Mod 219907 type 0131E1 thecode070323ZA It has a battery start and a pull rope start. The battery is dead but using the Battery charger on start it will start on the first turn and run fine and idle perfect, but when try it with the pull rope it won't start. The carb has been cleaned, I have good blue spark at the plug. I haven,t ever ran into this kind of a problem can someone help? THANKS

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SOURCE: 24 hp briggs intek vtwin won't start

This same thing happens to me and I resolve it by taking the gas line off in front of the carb and blowing air through it.....then it will run fine. I realized I could do this when I took the air cleaner off and fed it gas manually and it ran fine....and I also had gas pumping through the fuel pump. I'm not sure of the problem....either the fuel pump is losing power or their is something blocking the carburator intermitantly

Posted on Jul 14, 2009

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SOURCE: Runs fine but battery is dead

it should charge the battery itself ,if you have rnn the engine even for a few seconds without abattery connected you will have burnt out the rectifier under the fly wheel, that will probabley be your main trouble

Posted on Aug 16, 2009

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Hi and welcome to FixYa I am Kelly.

This post is listed under the Intek V-Twin engine that would be engine model number 281707-0148-01 so I am making my recommendations based on that model number. If your ENGINE model number is different from the one above please respond with the number.

It sure sounds like there may be a compression problem. All other elements
Fuel, Air and spark are in place. If you can not get even a backfire it sounds like there may be a valve sticking open. Probably more than one if not even one cylinder is firing.

I have one question..... Has this engine been sitting unused for a while?

Lets start with something simple. (again based on 2 cyl engine but procedure would be the same for a single cylinder)

1. Remove both spark plugs
2. Spray a very generous amount of WD 40 in BOTH spark plug holes.
3. Use the starter and turn the engine through for about 5 seconds
4. Again spray WD 40 into the cylinder head via the spark plug holes and let it soak for about 15 minutes.
5. Turn the engine through again with the starter for at least 15 seconds. Pause 1 min and then another 15 seconds.
6. With assistance Use your thumb to cover the spark plug hole opening and check each cylinder for compression

Compression = Yes / Install spark plugs and try starting.

Compression NO ... If engine is OHV remove valve cover cap(s) and spray WD 40 through the valve springs onto the valve stems then let them soak for about 15 minutes.
Turn the engine through again

Flat head engine

Remove cylinder head only and check the valve seats for coking in the seats. ESPECIALLY the exhaust valve. There should be a visual ring where the valve mates to the valve seat. If you can not see a visual ring then the valve seats should be hand lapped with valve grinding compound. (Valve Spring will have to be disconnected but NOT removed to hand lap with valves grinding compound)

Once you get a ring that you notice on the valves then reconnect the springs and install the head.

Check for compression with your thumb by having the engine turned through.

You really should have compression at this point.

Install spark plug and start the engine.

If you need more assistance or.. have a different model number other than the one above... then just respond here and some one will help you.

Thanks for using FixYa.

Kelly

Posted on Apr 14, 2010

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