Vargojhvargo: Thank you so much you are terrific, John H. Vargo
Douglas W: I have an old Eatons snow blower with the exact same carb. Your video worked perfectly. I have never worked on a Briggs and Stratton carb. After carefully removing and cleaning the carb it now works as new. A couple hour fix that cost zero dollars! Thanx
cherokeefiddler: donyboy, I have an old B&S 5hp, 206cc on a leaf blower. I have spark and I have compression but I can't make it hit on anything. For good measure I replaced plug and coil, setting both properly. I tried fuel directly to carb and then I removed and cleaned carb. I also checked flywheel key. Any ideas? Thanks.
john guarino: Awesome job . this was a big help. thanks From Higganum CT
trabbipaul: A good Video.tjx for watching. Now i know what i must doe on my new Generator with the same Engine.
GRPSMART GRPSMART: I got the Carb on ebay for $9.98 with Free Shipping :))). Buy a new one and make your Job quicker :))
Kevin Marchant: Hi, I have a Briggs/Stratton mower and the oil from the crankcase is pouring into the carby through the breather hose, thus when it runs there is enough smoke to fill the neighborhood can you advise the cause of this thank you in advance
MrBlackie815: i have an 8hp briggs and stratton that has no spark!! i have no idea what to do so can you or someone give me some tips.
PCS Beagles: excellent video. I have a old Ford Snowblower and a Sears Rototiller with the same carburetor. Thanks
Gslash25: I just got an Allis Chalmers with this engine, then got the same engine for warm weather and that one's going on my minibike, then my drift trike once it's built, but nobody uses these things, I was surprised
R. Bruce .GASPERSON: This is very good. Thanks, I learned a bunch. Bruce G, North Carolina
Stan Wilson: I am trying to restore a Simplicity 725 riding tractor with a Brigg & Stratton 7+ HP engine and I am looking for a new carburetor just like the one you are working on. Do you have any retailers that I could call about this? Model number 200401-0019-99 Thanks Stan
zapcan59: What is a good starting point for the fuel needle? Mine was 3 full turns back. I have this on a tiller, would start then quit, would restart right away, traced it to a plugged gas cap. Ran great for about 15 minutes then started reving up & down.
Jon Myers: Space shuttle huh? I seem to recall another guy that fixes mowers use that line a few times. Either way, it looks like it's getting plenty of fuel now, smoothed out real nice...and there's your dinner! ;)
Billy Ariks: Excellent. Just what I needed to fix my DR 8hp brush mower.
Harry Pappas: hay don can i remove an replace fuel solenoid on my briggs v twin 20 hp mower engine with out removing fuel bowl p/s do you have a video of that thx so much
TREBORXOC: Excellent well done presentation, very clear images, very detailed. I have the exact same carburetor on an 8 hp B&S powered Troy Bilt chipper/shredder, probably about thirty years old. This video was a great help to me.
Craig A. Smith: LOL, to be clear, "We're not working on the space shuttle." hahaha
Gary Rebe: Hmmm, left the gasket that covers a bb in a hole... which I lost... now what to do?
januaryman169: I have a 69 Custom 7 with a briggs 8hp engine. I was having an issue getting the carburetor apart. Thanks to your video, I now know why.
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