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@kbp1 ,Kathy, If battery good and strong, starter is good, your problem most likely is the engine needs the valves adjusted which helps with compression release,release when engine is being cranked to start,(quite common on overhead valve engines). SeIf the engine turns over nice and fast with spark plug out, valves usually need adjusted. See below a video link showing the problem and the fix possibly. The other 2 links show the valve clearance spec's for both the Briggs and Kohler engines as you do not state your model #. If after adjusting the valves does not correct the issue, there could be a problem with the compression release mechanism on the engines cam, which would require the engine be dismantled to access. Good luck.
@kbp1 ,Kathy, If battery good and strong, starter is good, your problem most likely is the engine needs the valves adjusted which helps with compression release,release when engine is being cranked to start,(quite common on overhead valve engines). SeIf the engine turns over nice and fast with spark plug out, valves usually need adjusted. See below a video link showing the problem and the fix possibly. The other 2 links show the valve clearance spec's for both the Briggs and Kohler engines as you do not state your model #. If after adjusting the valves does not correct the issue, there could be a problem with the compression release mechanism on the engines cam, which would require the engine be dismantled to access. Good luck.
I hope this helped you out, if so let me know by pressing the helpful button.
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T1anxdNWf5Y
 
http://outdoorpowerinfo.com/engine_specs/briggs_valve_gaps.asp
 
http://outdoorpowerinfo.com/engine_specs/kohler_valve_clearances.asp

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편집 작업: L Pfaff ,

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@kbp1 ,Kathy, If battery good and strong, starter is good, your problem most likely is the engine needs the valves adjusted which helps with compression release, when engine is being cranked to start,(quite common on overhead valve engines). Will post more info. on this inSe below a few minutesvideo link showing the problem and the fix possibly. The other 2 links show the valve clearance spec's for both the Briggs and Kohler engines as you do not state your model #. If after adjusting the valves does not correct the issue, there could be a problem with the compression release mechanism on the engines cam, which would require the engine be dismantled to access. Good luck.
@kbp1 ,Kathy, If battery good and strong, starter is good, your problem most likely is the engine needs the valves adjusted which helps with compression release, when engine is being cranked to start,(quite common on overhead valve engines). Will post more info. on this inSe below a few minutesvideo link showing the problem and the fix possibly. The other 2 links show the valve clearance spec's for both the Briggs and Kohler engines as you do not state your model #. If after adjusting the valves does not correct the issue, there could be a problem with the compression release mechanism on the engines cam, which would require the engine be dismantled to access. Good luck.
I hope this helped you out, if so let me know by pressing the helpful button.
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T1anxdNWf5Y
http://outdoorpowerinfo.com/engine_specs/briggs_valve_gaps.asp
http://outdoorpowerinfo.com/engine_specs/kohler_valve_clearances.asp

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편집 작업: L Pfaff ,

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@kbp1 ,Kathy, If battery good and strong, starter is good, your problem most likely is the engine needs the valves adjusted which helps with compression release, when engine is being cranked to start,(quite common on overhead valve engines). Will post more info. on this in a few minutes. Good luck.
 
I hope this helped you out, if so let me know by pressing the helpful button.
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T1anxdNWf5Y

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@kbp1 ,Kathy, If battery good and strong, starter is good, your problem most likely is the engine needs the valves adjusted which helps with compression release, when engine is being cranked to start,(quite common on overhead valve engines). Will post more info. on this in a few minutes. Good luck.

I hope this helped you out, if so let me know by pressing the helpful button.

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