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How to Test a Small Engine for Spark
If your small engine isn't starting, you'll need to diagnose many issues including the spark plug. This video walks you through the steps of how to test for a spark using a spark tester.
Quick Fix: How to Clean a Spark Arrestor Screen on a Small 2-Cycle Engine
This repair article will instruct you how to repair a dirty or damaged spark arrestor on your small engine.
Quick Fix: How to Replace the Spark Plug in a Small Engine
This article will help you replace the spark plug on a small engine which will help get your gas powered equipment up and running again.
How to Replace the Fuel Filters in Your Outdoor Power Equipment
This article will help you troubleshoot your fuel-line replacement repairs.
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Question: Generator Does Not Output Voltag...
I have a Briggs & Stratton generator one year old . I connected it as usual and started the gen. I did not turn off two ac units in the house. When I switched the breaker it kicked the breaker out overloaded. Now it will not generate even with the break reset. Can you tell if I need a new breaker or did something happen to the gen set itself. The unit is a 5500 watt/ 8250 Briggs/stratton model 030430-01
Question: Carb Kit
I need a carb kit for a nikki carb. I have a Briggs & Stratton engine, model #030430
Reply: Carb Kit
To get the correct part number for the Briggs and Stratton carburetor kit we will need the model number of the the engine itself. It will be stamped on the engine usually close to the valve cover. Post the model number and we will get part you need.
Question: Briggs & Stratton Generator
This is a Briggs & Stratton Mod. 030430. 5500 watt - 30 a
Portable Generator. The motor starts great but no current, nothing. Where should I start.
Reply: Briggs & Stratton Generator
Double check the breaker. If you have a Voltmeter you could check and see if you are getting any power to the breaker and through the breaker. If you test and there is no power coming to the breaker then the problem will be within the generator itself. If this is the case you will need to take the generator to a repair shop. The problem could be with the stator, the rotor or any of the rectifiers or capacitors. Specialized equipment will be needed to diagnose which of these parts is bad.
I hope this helps with your repair!