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December 21, 2019
Motor blows circuit breaker intermittently on start up and some times during restat while using. All breakers were 15 amps in different power circuits.
For model number 919167320
Hello Anthony and thanks for writing.
It sounds like faulty motor brushes. The engine in your unit was actually made by a different manufacturer; consequently, the replacement parts for your engine are listed under the engine's model number. If you can provide the model number, type/code number, and the brand of the engine itself, then we will be happy to find the parts you need. We do carry related parts for units just like yours. For example, part number PS10049093 Good luck with your repair.
1 remove cover 2 unhook air line to tank 3 remove head bolts 4 remove intake from head 5 remove flywheel bolt to free up pump piston 6 remove screw on top of piston to change out gasket 7 remove the cylinder sleeve install piston from the top 8 reassemble piston rod end and the flywheel 9 on the head cover are two gaskets one on top and one on the bottom head 10 insert intake piece and bolt the head cover back in place 11 reinstall the air line and unit cover and secure with three cover screws
Actually don't like using Torx bits because they are hard to center deep in the channel. I had misplaced these forcing me to order replacements. My plan is to insert Torx bits before screwing in and using jb weld to secure the bit to the screw, giving me a hex head. Can't find this special screw with a hex head. This screw is called AGC-408 by craftsman.