Question about Briggs & Stratton Garden
A couple of issues could be causing this issue.
First thing is to check the engine oil and see that it full and not to thick or the incorrect grade of oil.
Secondly, I would make sure that the battery has a full charge and that you check all the connection.
This issue is most often caused from batteries not being removed in the winter and the battery goes dead and in the the summer months it's charged often enough to start. However batteries loss some of their ability in cold weather to crank as hard. so therefore a battery that has froze or been disharged in the winter is usually the culprit.
Posted on Oct 20, 2013
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it maybe that the battery is getting old or is not the right rating if the AH Start rate is too low it will not have enough power to turn the starter motor. ensure the battery you use has enough Starting Amps rated. if this is not the issue have the starter motor checked out.
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