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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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Grommet
(2)
PartSelect Number PS9064851
Manufacturer Part Number 692187
This grommet is an OEM part that is a 45-degree elbow for the crankcase breather tube of your mower engine. That is why it is also known as a 45-degree breather tube. The part is made of rubber and is black in color. You must purchase this part individually. Your grommet may require replacing if you notice dark smoke coming out of the exhaust. This is a telltale sign that your grommet has become cracked and damaged. Other symptoms are a reduction in the mower performance, or a backfiring engine. According to our customers, this is an easy repair. It requires no tools. Simply attach the grommet to the breather tube from the crankcase to the carburetor.
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Grommet
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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Diaphragm-Carburetor
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PartSelect Number PS8937201
Manufacturer Part Number 270026
This is a carburetor diaphragm, which is an OEM part that pumps fuel from the tank to the engine. It is roughly 1x2 inches and black in color. Sold individually, this part can fail due to fatigue and wear, and if it is broken you may notice your engine is running rough or not starting. If your engine exhibits these signs of being starved of fuel, your diaphragm is damaged and needs to be replaced. Our customers found this repair to be of medium difficulty. It requires a wrench, screwdriver, and pliers to complete. You will be able to locate your diaphragm inside the carburetor itself to swap it out with your new one.
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Installation Instructions
Gerald from MAULDIN, SC says,

Replace fuel diaphragm, fuel pickup tube and air cleaner
This 5hp B&G was manufactured in 1985! Had been garage kept and always dependable. After 10 years of non use the carb wasn't getting gas. Removed air cleaner box, muffler and crankcase breather to eas...read more

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Gasket-Fuel Tank
PartSelect Number PS8943841
Manufacturer Part Number 272409S
This fuel tank gasket is an OEM part certified by the manufacturer, and it provides a seal on the gas tank and carburetor of your machine. This fuel tank gasket is gray in color and made of composite materials. It is sold individually and is not part of a kit or assembly. Over time, the gasket can become damaged due to fatigue or wear, or it can dry out and the seal will fail. If you notice fuel leaking from the fuel tank gasket, it is time to replace it. This is a medium-difficulty repair that requires a wrench, sockets, and a screwdriver. You will look to reinstall your new part between the carburetor and gas tank. Note that if your carburetor and tank are separated for any other repairs or maintenance, you will also need to replace your fuel tank gasket regardless of condition, as it is a one-time use.
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Installation Instructions
Gerald from MAULDIN, SC says,

Replace fuel diaphragm, fuel pickup tube and air cleaner
This 5hp B&G was manufactured in 1985! Had been garage kept and always dependable. After 10 years of non use the carb wasn't getting gas. Removed air cleaner box, muffler and crankcase breather to eas...read more

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Gasket-Intake
PartSelect Number PS8941014
Manufacturer Part Number 27355S
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Installation Instructions
Gerald from MAULDIN, SC says,

Replace fuel diaphragm, fuel pickup tube and air cleaner
This 5hp B&G was manufactured in 1985! Had been garage kept and always dependable. After 10 years of non use the carb wasn't getting gas. Removed air cleaner box, muffler and crankcase breather to eas...read more

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Gasket-Breather
PartSelect Number PS8943888
Manufacturer Part Number 27549S
The Breather Gasket is OEM and used to provide an airtight seal for the breather assembly. It is a gray part, attached between the breather cap and engine. Installation is rated "Easy" and will require a wrench set and socket set. If broken, damaged, or worn due to fatigue, there may be oil leaking from it, and the engine may be running rough from an unwanted vacuum sucking in air. If this happens, replace the part. Refer to your make, model and diagrams to ensure this is the correct part for you.
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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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Gasket-Cylinder Head
PartSelect Number PS8941204
Manufacturer Part Number 272157S
The cylinder head gasket, also known just as the head gasket, is an OEM part sold individually. Grey in color, the head gasket provides a seal between the cylinder head and the engine block in your engine. Over time, it can become damaged due to wear. You may also need to replace this part any time you have had to remove the cylinder head for any other reason, as the gasket is a one time use. If you suspect your head gasket is damaged, perform a compression test. In doing so, you may hear air escaping from the head gasket area, and you will know this part is responsible. Symptoms that can be exhibited if this part needs replacing include an engine lacking power. Most of our customers thought this was a medium-difficulty repair. The repair requires a wrench or sockets and a torque wrench. When re-installing your head gasket, torque in an alternating patter to the manufacturer specifications for a proper seal.
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Ball-Clutch
PartSelect Number PS9064356
Manufacturer Part Number 691604
The clutch ball allows the center part of the ratchet to turn backwards freely but catch when turned forward in your engine. This is an OEM part that is made of metal, and it is silver in color. This part will break due to fatigue and wear, and you will know if the part needs replacing if it is no longer able to swing outward to catch the outside of the clutch to start the engine. If this occurs, it is time to replace the clutch ball, which our customers found to be a challenging repair.
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