HOW TO CLEAN A BRIGGS & STRATTON 450e/500e/550EX/625EX PUSH MOWER PLASTIC CARBURETOR



In this video i show the steps on how to tear apart, clean and put back together a Briggs & Stratton PLASTIC Carburetor for the newer 450e-625EX engines.

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This video is NOT intended for use as “Do It Yourself” or “How To” Purposes, This video is strictly for Educational Training Purposes Only and entertainment. I make these videos to show what it is like to own a lawn mower shop where i repair equipment on a daily basis and to show how a repair should be done the right way. Repairing Outdoor Power Equipment is NOT a DIY task – it can be dangerous to both the equipment and the untrained person.

Always consider supporting small businesses by visiting a lawn mower shop local to you for all your power equipment parts or repair needs – lawn mower shops are here for a reason – to provide you with parts and to fix your equipment right the first time.

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About TheOutdoorPowerGuy – I, Mike (24) am a trained professional on small engine mechanics and outdoor power equipment repair i have spent my entire lifetime (from age 3) learning how to work on small engines and mowers leading up to owning a small engine repair shop that has been top rated for 2 years in a row.

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3 thoughts on “HOW TO CLEAN A BRIGGS & STRATTON 450e/500e/550EX/625EX PUSH MOWER PLASTIC CARBURETOR

  1. Are these plastic carburetor more or less susceptible to being clogged up by stale gas? Does draining the bowl really help preventing that? What are your thoughts on adding a fuel shut off valve between the carburetor and the fuel tank?

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