We’ve added a new filtering feature to our site to help customers find parts faster!
Using breakdown schematics is often the best way for clients to find the products they need. Schematics let customers get a good look at each part of a tool or machine, and each tool parts page has a schematic for its tool.
As tools and machines become more complicated, their breakdown diagrams must include two or more pages in order to display all of their parts, and the parts lists for complicated tools can become very long.
Now customers can shorten those long parts lists using a tool’s breakdown schematic. If a tool has more than one page in its breakdown diagram, just click on the breakdown page that has the part you need and the the tool’s parts page will automatically refresh to display only the parts on that breakdown page.
For example, it takes a lot of machine parts to build something like a Briggs & Stratton generator, so most generators will have more than one breakdown page.
This Briggs & Stratton 5,000 Watt PowerBoss Portable Generator has four breakdown pages:
As can be seen above, Page A of this generator’s parts page is currently selected and displayed, meaning that only the parts from Page A of the breakdown are listed in the parts list underneath the diagram (pictured below):
When you navigate to your tool’s parts page, the page will default to show the first page of the breakdown schematic and its parts.
Clicking a different diagram page will put that page on display, and it will also refresh the parts list to only show parts that appear on the selected breakdown page (shown below).
In addition, each parts list includes two “Show All Parts” buttons at the top and bottom of the parts list. Obviously, clicking this button will display all parts for that tool or machine.