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Learn how to Fix the Briggs and Stratton Automatic Choke Carb.
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Well here we have a 40 year old Briggs & Stratton 3-horsepower choke-o-matic style carburetor that means automatic choke-o-matic style carburetor that means automatic choke. The only problem with these other than when they break down is when you shut your lawnmower off when it is hot. They do not restart because the choke comes on a warm engine and you do not need a warm engine with a choke on to start. You need to choke to be off. So you have to let them sit 20 minutes.
Now when the choke-o-matic is turned off the butterfly valve should always be closed. Now this one is partway open. So that makes sense to complaint the customer had was sometimes it starts but sometimes it does not. Well, sometimes I guess it was closing by itself and like right now, it does not close by itself. When I push it close manually, it does start. When you are checking these to see if they are functioning properly, make sure they are closed then start it. They should open up within two to three seconds if it opens up, it take a long time to open up or it does not open all the way or it stays closed then you have to change your diaphragm.
Diaphragms come in two styles for these carburetors, the bigger one and the smaller one. That is the bigger one that is going to work on this lawnmower. That is the smaller one. And they both have the spring like this that clicks on them underneath on that little black clip. Whenever you are running one of these lawnmowers with the air cleaner off, always put the screw back in because very often—