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030205-0 Briggs and Stratton Generator - Overview

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Line-Fuel – Part Number: 791745
Line-Fuel
PartSelect #: PS9140673
Manufacturer #: 791745
$10.52
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Solenoid-Starter – Part Number: 691656
Solenoid-Starter
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PartSelect #: PS9064363
Manufacturer #: 691656
$35.90
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Assembly, Brush Holder – Part Number: 91825GS
Assembly, Brush Holder
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PartSelect #: PS9157810
Manufacturer #: 91825GS
$52.06
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Battery Charger – Part Number: 705927
Battery Charger
PartSelect #: PS12089850
Manufacturer #: 705927
$34.11
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Battery – Part Number: 193463GS
Battery
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PartSelect #: PS8906971
Manufacturer #: 193463GS
This Battery supplies power to a generator's electrical systems. It attaches inside the battery housing, which is usually mounted to the frame. It can be installed using a wrench set, and its installa...
$155.62
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Key Set – Part Number: 691959
Key Set
PartSelect #: PS9064025
Manufacturer #: 691959
$7.65
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Cap, Circuit Breaker – Part Number: 84198GS
Cap, Circuit Breaker
PartSelect #: PS9146932
Manufacturer #: 84198GS
$3.94
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Screw, M5 - .8 X 10 Taptite – Part Number: 74908GS
Screw, M5 - .8 X 10 Taptite
PartSelect #: PS9116859
Manufacturer #: 74908GS
$2.99
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Retaining Ring – Part Number: 703976
Retaining Ring
PartSelect #: PS11829825
Manufacturer #: 703976
$4.06
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Kit, Wheel – Part Number: 193548GS
Kit, Wheel
PartSelect #: PS8909005
Manufacturer #: 193548GS
$50.27
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Outlet, 120/240V, 30A – Part Number: 204075GS
Outlet, 120/240V, 30A
PartSelect #: PS9359426
Manufacturer #: 204075GS
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Kit,Vibration Mount Hardware – Part Number: 192553GS
Kit,Vibration Mount Hardware
PartSelect #: PS8908475
Manufacturer #: 192553GS
$16.39
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Wouldn’t start.
I installed a new solenoid starter. Took me a total of 20 minutes. Started right up.
Parts Used:
Solenoid-Starter
  • Bruce from CARNATION, WA
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
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