MINI-ENGINE REPAIR, INC.
Serving Perrysburg Since 1973
Expert advice from our small engine pros.
To help you keep your equipment running better and last longer, here are some important tips for everyday use and maintenance.
- One way is, they let the debris on the cap fall in as they take the cap on and off.
- Your equipment's carburetor
- Sometimes it's not your fault.. For example, Briggs once made a engine that, when they tested it, the atmospheric vent was on the side, but when it got mounted, it ended up at the front. So if you had a shady lawn, dust and debris got blown out the front. Then, as the machine went through the cloud,debris got sucked into the carb and after awhile it build-up and caused problems.
- Also the guy at the gas station checks his tank with a long pole and then lays it on the ground, the next time he puts it in the tank the dirt goes in the tank. They are suppose to have filters but how often do they change them?