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ranger1


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10 Hp Briggs &Stratton flooding with oil in the fuel
Original Message   Dec 4, 2005 5:21 pm
Hi !!  can anyone help I have a 1999 10 HP Briggs & Stratton on a 28" riding mower It has been starting and running fine ,But today it will start but after a few minutes it just loads up with fuel and chokes out and dies And the fuel seems to have oil in it My question is how is the oil getting in  with The fuel I know the float can be stuck and loading up But how about the oil ? Could I have worn or broken rings.Any  answers out there ....thanks .Ranger1
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MissSnowshoveler


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Re: 10 Hp Briggs &Stratton flooding with oil in the fuel
Reply #3   Dec 5, 2005 1:10 pm
Problem - needle is sticking in carb. allowing fuel to run into the base.  Seen this alot this summer in many lawn tractors.  Remove carb and clean and replace needle and seat.

Sherri

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