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No fuel coming to carb , 18.5 ohv briggs engine . had head off, cleaning inside of dirt and carbon . adjusted valves .004 & .008 . thanks mkb

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  • bent4900 Apr 25, 2009

    craftsman dyt 4000 18.5 hp ohv intek model31p777 ,type0348-e1, fuel pump is exterior #697090 ,also swicthed (vac & fuel ) ran for 30 minutes then died ,sucked oil in line . have swicthed back but wont start. rans when carb cleaner added . thanks mkb

  • bent4900 Apr 30, 2009

    fuel is not getting to the carb . only with the lines turned around . thanks mkb

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    JERRY ABELL May 11, 2010

    hello mr b,well i am glad you have a 18.5 ohv briggs engine,unfortunately the manuals only gives model and type numbers,like VANGUARD or INTEK and model numbers,exterior fuel pump or attached to carb, i need to know this to help you.

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If no gas is getting to the carb., it could either be: the fuel pump or the anti-after fire solenoid under the carb.

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Disconnect fuel line at the carb. turn key to spin moter few times, if gas comes out the replace your carb and be done with it. time is money, although you can fix your carb, but is it worth all the trouble?

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