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I was able to do it by doing a model and type search for manuals on the Briggs & Stratton site: http://www.briggsandstratton.com/us/en/support/manuals/engine On that page, enter the model and type of your engine, and the cover of the resulting operators manual has the series numbers that match. There are 3 or 4 series listed for your model and type. ...


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Just a guess, but it sounds like heat-induced vapor-lock to me. You didn't remove any sheet-metal shielding from between the carb and the motor did you? If so, put it back. And clean any airflow ports anywhere near the carburetor, to ensure that the airflow from the flywheel blows well over and around the carb. I'm guessing you're either missing some ...


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More than likely the problem will be solved with a new carburetor. Ethanol gas can plug ports and/or cause float issues. What you are describing is your fuel bowl filling up when sitting still, then you run it but the feed provides enough fuel to not keep it completely filled (or filled to where it's supposed to be). So after a few minutes of running, it ...



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