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111P02-0113-F1 Briggs and Stratton Engine - Overview

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Gasket-Crankcase – Part Number: 692232
PartSelect #: PS9066140
Manufacturer #: 692232
This part is the replacement gasket for the crankcase on your engine. The gasket helps to create a seal on the crankcase and prevent leaks. If you notice that your engine is not running at peak perfor...
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Filter – Part Number: 298090S
PartSelect #: PS9275043
Manufacturer #: 298090S
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Key-Flywheel – Part Number: 222698S
PartSelect #: PS8925657
Manufacturer #: 222698S
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Seal-Oil – Part Number: 299819S
PartSelect #: PS8948679
Manufacturer #: 299819S
This OEM Oil Seal is an individually sold rubber part which is attached around the axis shaft on the crankcase housing to provide a proper seal. A broken seal will lead to a leak, and the part should ...
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Rope-Starter – Part Number: 697316
PartSelect #: PS9077634
Manufacturer #: 697316
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Plug-Spark – Part Number: 692051
PartSelect #: PS9074700
Manufacturer #: 692051
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Gasket-Air Cleaner – Part Number: 691894
Gasket-Air Cleaner
PartSelect #: PS9065589
Manufacturer #: 691894
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Cap-Fuel Tank – Part Number: 796577
Cap-Fuel Tank
PartSelect #: PS9140447
Manufacturer #: 796577
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Boot-Spark Plug – Part Number: 66538S
Boot-Spark Plug
PartSelect #: PS9055852
Manufacturer #: 66538S
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Line-Fuel – Part Number: 791766
PartSelect #: PS9306672
Manufacturer #: 791766
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Clamp-Hose – Part Number: 791850
PartSelect #: PS9140678
Manufacturer #: 791850
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Seal-Oil – Part Number: 399781S
PartSelect #: PS8960670
Manufacturer #: 399781S
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Screw in new dipstick, check oil level
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Parts Used:
  • Kim from KENNER, LA
  • Difficulty Level:
    Very Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    Less than 15 mins
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Bought Troy Built pressure Washer at garage Sale for $30.00 leaked fuel
I have a solid understanding of small engines. This pressure washer was used twice in 2013, when purchased. Sat in a garage for a couple of years with gas in tank and carburetor. Owner was moving and after 7 years of moving it around he sold it at a garage sale.
I took it home and took off gas tank and thoroughly cleaned it. Then went through the carburetor and let soak in cleaner. Cleaned up the spark plug, tested and has good spark. reinstalled carburetor but would not start. I knew I had gas issues. I ordered a carburetor kit and replace the needle valve and seals. Still would not start. Ordered a new carburetor and spark plug. Installed both. Two pulls and it runs like new. Advice: don't try to clean out old carburetor, just buy a new one and install.
Parts Used:
Kit-Carb Overhaul
  • Laird from North Las Vegas, NV
  • Difficulty Level:
  • Total Repair Time:
    More than 2 hours
  • Tools:
    Nutdriver, Pliers, Screw drivers, Socket set
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