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Hayter Harrier 48 Model 490G in for service. Quite a common problem with the Briggs ready star, it nearly stopped every time it blew the choke off then picked up again, sort of takes hunting to the extreme. Servicing the fuel system cured that.

Also had to have belts and variator, the belts thin and

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Had this old Mountfield in for servicing, this was a machine where someone, either the owner or the owner took it to someone else to look at first.

Carb was in a hell of a state, all gaskets and insulator fitted the wrong way around. Anyway after stripping the carb and giving it a much needed sonic

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This Cobra lawn scarifier in for a service. It was hardly used which was why it needed the carb sonic cleaned it was pretty grubby.

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Here it is running after service,

https://www.youtube.com/shorts/YnHHPStcKJI

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A brand new Cobra mower with a slight carb issue, didn't like running off choke at all, and run smooth on full choke. I think this one had been run up at some point and put back into stock. A carb clean sorted it out nicely.

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