Question about Briggs & Stratton Garden
It sounds like a piece of dirt is in carburetor.You could try the quick clean first,remove the flywheel screen and the plastic engine shroud.The top of the carburetor will be exposed now.Remove the 3 small screws from the plat on top of the carb.Use air or carburetor cleaned and blow out these passages. Be sure to cover with a rag when doing this to shield your face from spray back.Test run and see if that helps,if not you will have to remove the carburetor and disassemble it to clean it.
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
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