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Plug-Spark – Part Number: 796112S
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$3.99
Plug-Spark
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


Installation Instructions
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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Nut-Lock, Ni – Part Number: 3296-42
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$2.99
Nut-Lock, Ni
PartSelect Number PS8953555
Manufacturer Part Number 3296-42
This Ni Nut-Lock, or Nylock Nut, is a Silver 1/4 x 20 metal nut. Sold individually, it can be adjusted using a wrench or socket and torque wrench to the manufacturer specfications, and is used to secure the sheer pin in place, on the impeller assembly. These nuts are a one-time use part due to their locking mechanism. You'll know the nut has broken when it appears to have damaged threads or rounded off edges. Customers found this to be an easy repair.
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Gasket--Rocker Cover – Part Number: 272475S
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$5.23
Gasket--Rocker Cover
PartSelect Number PS8941245
Manufacturer Part Number 272475S
This OEM Gasket Rocker Cover, which can also be called the Valve Cover Gasket, is used to provide a seal between the valve cover and engine. This is a gray-colored part, measuring 5 1/2 x 4 Inch, and it is sold individually. It can be attached using a wrench or socket. Note: this part also requires a Torque Wrench. When installing, tighten and torque in alternating patterns, following the manufacturer specficiations. You will know when it needs to be replaced when there is oil leaking around the valver cover gasket, which is a sign the part is broken, likely due to simple wear and tear or constant dryness. To make sure you are purchasing the right part, check your model number. Customers rated this repair as easy.
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Installation Instructions
FRANK from EASTANOLLEE, GA says,

Screw can out of the carburator throttle baffel and stuck in the exhaust valve
No compression. Removed the cylinder head. freed the screw, checked the valve to see if it still sealed. Turned the head over with the valves in it, install a spark plug, fill the head dome with gas a...read more

Seal--Oil (PTO Side) – Part Number: 795387
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$6.22
Seal--Oil (PTO Side)
(2)
PartSelect Number PS9151828
Manufacturer Part Number 795387
This OEM Seal-Oil (PTO Side), also called the Oil Seal, is a Black, Nitrile Rubber, 2/14 O.D., individually sold part which is installed using a Seal Puller. Customers rate the installation difficulty as Medium. This part provides a seal around the crank shaft and engine block. When installing onto the engine block around the crank shaft, use something that makes contact around the entire seal, like a large socket or pipe, and tap into place evenly, ensuring that the housing is clean and dry. If the part is broken, likely due to fatigue, there will be leaking oil, and this part should be replaced using the model number on the original part to confirm it is the right fit for your model.
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Key-Flywheel – Part Number: 222698S
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$2.99
Key-Flywheel
(1)
PartSelect Number PS8925657
Manufacturer Part Number 222698S
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Gasket--Intake – Part Number: 692137
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$3.99
Gasket--Intake
(1)
PartSelect Number PS9294790
Manufacturer Part Number 692137
This manufacturer-certified Gasket-Intake, more commonly known as the Intake Gasket, is a gray, 3 x 2 inch, individually sold part which can be installed using a Wrench or Socket and a torque wrench. This part provides a seal between the caburator and intake manifold, and can be easily installed. Just ensure you are tightening to the manufacturer specfications when repairing this part. If your engine is getting more air than fuel and appears under-powered, it may be a sign this part needs to be replaced. Try spraying a mixture of soapy water at the base of the carburator at the intake manifold with the engine running, and if the engine runs more smoothly then you have discovered the problem.
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Installation Instructions
FRANK from EASTANOLLEE, GA says,

Screw can out of the carburator throttle baffel and stuck in the exhaust valve
No compression. Removed the cylinder head. freed the screw, checked the valve to see if it still sealed. Turned the head over with the valves in it, install a spark plug, fill the head dome with gas a...read more

Seal-O Ring – Part Number: 691917
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$3.99
Seal-O Ring
(1)
PartSelect Number PS9294749
Manufacturer Part Number 691917
The Seal-O Ring, also known as the gasket, is red in color, made of rubber, and is an OEM part that requires some skill to replace. This part is designed to create a seal between the carburator and manifold, to prevent air from entering. If your engine loses power, creates a hissing noise, or if the gasket appears damaged or your engine running improperly it may be time to replace the part. If you run the engine and spray the outside of the carburator with soapy water, you can test whether or not the gasket is leaking by listening to the sounds produced. If the sound smooths out then you've found your leaky gasket. Damage may occur over time, especially if the part dries out, and make the part appear stretched or worn out. When making this medium-difficulty repair, make sure the new gasket is fitted properly between the carburetor and intake manifold.
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Installation Instructions
FRANK from EASTANOLLEE, GA says,

Screw can out of the carburator throttle baffel and stuck in the exhaust valve
No compression. Removed the cylinder head. freed the screw, checked the valve to see if it still sealed. Turned the head over with the valves in it, install a spark plug, fill the head dome with gas a...read more

Clamp-Hose – Part Number: 791850
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$2.99
Clamp-Hose
PartSelect Number PS9140678
Manufacturer Part Number 791850
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Gasket--Crankcase (.015 Thick) – Part Number: 697110
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$6.28
Gasket--Crankcase (.015 Thick)
PartSelect Number PS9076878
Manufacturer Part Number 697110
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Filter--Fuel (White, 75 Microns) – Part Number: 394358S
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$4.30
Filter--Fuel (White, 75 Microns)
PartSelect Number PS9278033
Manufacturer Part Number 394358S
This Fuel Filter is a white plastic part attached within the fuel delivery system between the fuel tank and carburetor. Installation is rated as "Easy" and requires a set of pliers and a screwdriver. If broken, there may be a leak or blockage and the part should be replaced. The part may also need to be replaced according to manufacturer's specifications, and is a manufacturer-approved part. Refer to your make, model and diagrams to ensure this part is correct.
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