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Plug-Spark – Part Number: 796112S
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Briggs and Stratton Plug-Spark
1 Review
PartSelect Number PS9140427
Manufacturer Part Number 796112S
This part is the replacement spark plug for your engine. It measures approximately 2.5 inches by 1 inch. The spark plug creates the spark that ignites fuel in your engine during the combustion process. Over time, spark plugs can become worn and can go bad, which will prevent the engine from firing. You can test your spark plug for continuity with a multimeter, and inspect it for corrosion if you suspect the spark plug has gone bad. This is an OEM part sourced directly from the manufacturer and it is sold individually.
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Will Not Start

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David from KNOXVILLE, TN says,

Replace carburetor
Loosened engine cover and moved out of the way
Removed air intake and filter
Loosened and disconnected gas line to carburetor
Unscrewed carburetor and disconnected from throttle arm
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Filter- A/C Cartridge – Part Number: 491588S
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Briggs and Stratton Filter- A/C Cartridge
4 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS8987387
Manufacturer Part Number 491588S
This is a replacement air filter/AC cartridge for your small engine. The air filter prevents dirt and debris from entering the engine. Over time, the air filter can become clogged or damaged, and this can lead to reduced performance. This air filter is approximately 4 inches wide and approximately 5 inches long. To replace the air filter, locate the air filter cover on the side of the engine, unscrew it, and remove the old filter. Be sure to clear out any dirt, clippings, or other debris that has found its way into the air filter assembly before you insert the new filter. Reattach the air filter cover, and secure it with the screws. This product is sold individually.
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Will Not Start

Installation Instructions
Barry from FRANKFORT, KY says,

replaced gasket that go's between the air cleaner housing and carb. cleaned housing and reinstalled with new air filter
Also replaced fuel tank , the built in fuel shut off started leaking , had to replace the tank. Ordered a new one Briggs & Stratton original equipment fit perfect . This is a 25 year old Briggs & more

Grommet – Part Number: 692189
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Briggs and Stratton Grommet
1 Review
PartSelect Number PS9294797
Manufacturer Part Number 692189
This OEM grommet, also called a 90-degree breather tube, is sold individually. Black in color and made of rubber, this is a 90-degree elbow for the crankcase breather tube of your mower engine. If you notice a reduction in the mower engine performance, and engine backfires, this part is likely to be in need of replacing. It can develop cracks due to fatigue, and our troubleshooting tip is to inspect this part if dark smoke is coming out of the exhaust, it is a telltale sign. This is an easy repair to make, and does not require any tools. The new grommet attaches on the breather tube fromt he crankcase to the carburetor.
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Air Cleaner Gasket – Part Number: 795629
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Briggs and Stratton Air Cleaner Gasket
3 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS9138757
Manufacturer Part Number 795629
The Air Cleaner Gasket is used to provide a seal between the air cleaner base, and carburetor. It's a gray, composite material part, which is rated as "Easy" to install and will require a screw driver, pliers, socket set, and nut driver. It attaches between the base of the air cleaner assembly and carburetor. If broken, damaged or worn down it will allow dirt to enter the carburetor, causing performance issues. If this happens, replace it. Refer to your make, model and diagrams to check if this is the right part.
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Seal,Oil – Part Number: 391086S
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Briggs and Stratton Seal,Oil
PartSelect Number PS9277860
Manufacturer Part Number 391086S
The Oil Seal is a manufacturer-approved rubber part which provides a seal between the crankcase and crankshaft by attaching around the axle shaft on the crankhouse housing. Installation is rated as "Medium" difficulty and requires a screw driver, wrench set and seal puller. A broken seal will cause a leak, and the part must be replaced. Refer to your make, model and diagram to ensure you're choosing the right part. This part comes in black and gray.
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Starter Pawl-Ratchet – Part Number: 281505S
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Briggs and Stratton Starter Pawl-Ratchet
PartSelect Number PS8942598
Manufacturer Part Number 281505S
The manufacturer-approved Ratchet Pawl (Starter Pawl) comes in a set of two (2). This part attaches inside the recoil assembly, and is used to engage the flywheel. if broken due to wear/damage it will have a hard time engaging the fly wheel, making the engine harder to start, and should be replaced. Installation is rated as "Easy" by customers, and will require a screwdriver, pliers and nutdriver. Refer to your make, model and diagram to ensure this is the correct part for you.This model is plastic and comes in white.
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Spring-Rewind Str – Part Number: 490179
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Briggs and Stratton Spring-Rewind Str
PartSelect Number PS8978476
Manufacturer Part Number 490179
This rewind starter spring or as it is also known, recoil spring, rewinds the pull robe back into the starter housing of your engine. The spring is made of metal, silver colored, and sold individually. Over time, you may notice that you are having trouble retracting your pull cord, which could be a symptom of the rewind starter spring failing due to fatigue or wear. Replacing this part is a repair our customers found easy. Locate and replace the start spring inside the starter housing; no special tools are required for this job.
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Carburetor Overhaul Kit – Part Number: 498260
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Briggs and Stratton Carburetor Overhaul Kit
4 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS8984098
Manufacturer Part Number 498260
This is a replacement carburetor overhaul kit for your small engine. The carburetor is essential to the overall performance of your engine, and the carb can get clogged up over time for a variety of reasons. When your carb becomes clogged, it is often a good idea to take it apart and replace the various parts inside by purchasing a carburetor kit. This is a 15-piece set and contains everything that you will need to do a total overhaul of your carburetor. You may want to purchase some carb cleaner as well, to ensure that the new pieces in the carb kit fit and adhere properly.
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Will Not Start

Installation Instructions
Jonathan from LIBERTY TWP, OH says,

Smelled Gas Leaks
Inspected/removed fuel lines and found signs of leak. Removed and inspected carburetor and found that seals and gaskets were toast. Replaced said seals with ones from the kit that fit and replaced more

Kit-Needle/Seat – Part Number: 398188
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Briggs and Stratton Kit-Needle/Seat
1 Review
PartSelect Number PS8963322
Manufacturer Part Number 398188
This needle and seat kit, also known as a float valve, is found in many types of liquid-fueled lawn equipment, such as carburetors. The valve regulates the flow of fuel into the float bowl. The needle and seat work together to make sure that the valve opens and closes properly, so that it does not leak or overflow. If it is broken, you may notice a strong odor of fuel coming from your machine. Your engine may also run poorly or not start at all. A damaged or corroded float valve can cause fuel leaks, which can be dangerous as they are flammable. To remove the float valve, first disconnect the spark plug wire on your machine. You then need to consult your user manual to locate the float bowl of your machine and remove the bolts or screws securing their cover in place. When you lift off the cover, you will find the needle attached to the float. Using a pair of needle-nose pliers, grasp onto the needle and pull it out of the float. Keep in mind when you are purchasing this OEM-manufactured kit that it comes with the needle and seat together, but the float itself is not included.
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Will Not Start

Plate-Pawl Friction – Part Number: 692299
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Briggs and Stratton Plate-Pawl Friction
1 Review
PartSelect Number PS9074726
Manufacturer Part Number 692299
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