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  • How do you repair the easy start starter when the pull cord is pulled all the way out (i.e. no recoil)?

  • Howdy there!

    Thank you for your question and I have forwarded this to my Service Department!



  • Hello, our parts department would like to know a bit more about exactly which one you have. Is it an easy start or a i-start. The easy starts are built a little different. Also it depends which part it broken. If you can give us a bit more information on this by responding to this comment or calling 1-800-342-2909, LawnEq.com Division of Bahrns Eq. . We would like to help you the best we can. Thanks for visiting the Briggs Small Engine Parts Blog.

  • It all depends what is wrong. Either something is stuck from build up, or the spring is broken. Probably need to replace the recoil spring. Also take a look soon at the LawnEq YouTube channel, http://www.youtube.com/user/lawneq, as there are some helpful videos posted on this channel soon.

  • I just purchased a Craftsman Edger from Sears this week and the Briggs and Stratton 550 Series 140 cc engine runs rough and sputters. I am using regular gasoline with up to 10% ethanol. I added the Briggs & Stratton advanced formula fuel treatment and stabilizer.
    Should I return the edger to Sears?

  • Several things can cause this, but most of the time it is in the fuel system. Since the product was recently purchased, I would take it back to Sears, or to the nearest Briggs & Stratton Dealer ASAP. This will help eliminate them saying it was bad fuel.

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