Question about Briggs & Stratton Garden
trouble shooting tips: oil is too full
fuel jet and float are plugged
spark plug lead wire may be damaged inside and needs to be replaced.
Posted on May 02, 2009
You may want to check the gas cap to see if it clogged with dirt. If the gas cap is clear, you more than likely have a carburetor problem. If you need tips on carb. cleaning, feel free to ask.
Posted on May 30, 2009
You have water in in the carborator, I'll bet. I had this same problem. Here's what I did.
I emptied the gas tank, put in a new spark plug, changed the oil and then unscrewed thd big nut on the bottom of the float container (attached to the carborator near the rubber gas injector button) and emptied and cleand the float container. Then i put it all back together, pulled the cord and the same thing happened, but this time i could keep it going by having my daughter constantly pushing the rubber gas injector button. After it had run for a minute with this constant pushing of the button, all the water was gone from everytwhere and it worked.
Posted on Aug 13, 2009
It starts because of excess fuel from priming. It usually then gets it fuel from main jet in carb.
You need to find the main jet and run a fine piece of sturdy wire through it. That will restore fuel flow so your mower can continue running after the priming fuel is gone.
This is a good thing to learn. Main jets tend to clog a lot on mowers these days.
Posted on Jul 06, 2010
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