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OperatingandMaintenancIenstructionsfor Sno / GardMode / Series170400 , 190400 Briggs & Stratton Corporation FORMNO . 270617 - 7i94 Milwaukee , Wisconsin 53201 © Copyright 1990 by Briggs & Straflon Corporation PRINTED IN U . S . A .
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR ENGINE SELECTION ENGINE INSTALLATION ENGINE OPERATION Keep these instructionsfor future reference . _ kl _ Before installing and operating this engine read and observe all warnings , cautions and instructions on both sides of this sheet , on the engine , and in the operating & maintenance instructions . NOTE : This sheet of instructions and safety information is not meant to cover all possible conditions and situations that may occur . Read entire Operating & Maintenance Instructions for this engine AND the instructions for the equipment this engine powers . Failure to follow instructions and safety information could result in serious injury or death . / \ HAZARD SYMBOLS AND MEANINGS The safety alert symbol _ , _ ) is used to identify safety information about hazards that can result in personal injury . , ' A signal word ( DANGER , WARNING , or CAUTION ) is used with the alert symbol to indicate the likelihood and the potential severity of injury . In addition , a hazard symbol may be used to represent the type Fire Explosion Moving Parts of hazard . DANGER indicatesa hazard which , if not avoided , will result in death or serious injury . Toxic Fumes Hot Surface Shock , _ WARNING indicates a hazard which , if not avoided , could result in death or serious injury . CAUTION indicates a hazard which , if not avoided , might result in minor or moderate injury . Kickback CAUTION , when used without the alert symbol , indicates a situation that could result in damage to the engine . ( OVER ) FORM MS - 6445 - 01 / 03
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Before Starting READ THE OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS OF THE FUE A = : OUiPMENT THIS ENGINE POWERS NOTE : Engine is shipped WITHOUT oil . This engine will operale satisfactorily on any gaso - line intended for automogve use . A minimum of 77 octane is recommended . DO NOT MIX OIL WITH GASOLINE . 4 - CYCLE OIL RECOMMENDATIONS Use clean , fresh , _ gasoline . Leaded gaao - Change and Add Oil According to Chart below . gne may be used if lead - free is not available , Use of LEVEL lead - free gasoline results in fewer combustion de - We recommend the use of a high quality detergent posits and longer valve life . We recommend the use oil classified " For Service SE , SF , SG , " such as OIL FILL of Brigge & Stratton Gasoline Additive , pert no . Briggs & Stratton _ . part no . 100005 . De - PLUG 5041 . Purchase fuel in quantity that can be used tergent oils keep the engine cleaner and retard the within 30 days . This will assure lue ] freshness and OIL FILL PLUG Iormation of gum and varnish deposits . No special volalility tailored to the season . additives ahouId be used with recommended oils . NOTE ; DO NOT MIX OIL WITH GASOLINE . NOTE : We DO NOT recommend the use of gasoline ( _ whiCh contains alcohol , such as gasohol . However , if gasoline with alcohol is used , it MUST NOT con - m moved from the engine during storage . DO NOT useN - gasoline containing Methanol . See STORAGE I STRUCTIONS . . , _ _ • , tain more than 10 percent Ethanol and MUST be re - fuet tank to point of overflowing . Allow approximately 1 / 4 in . ( 5 ram ) of tank space for fuel expansion . 1Ef . _ P _ RA ' _ URERANGE ANTICIPATEDBEFORENEX ] OILCHi'J ' / GE * Aircooled engines run hotter than automotive en - gines . Use of mulli - viscosily oils ( 10W - 30 . elc . ) above 40 = F ( 4 ' C ) will result in high oil consump - tion and possible engine damage . Check oil level more frequently if using lhese types of oils . * _ , . , c o . . SAE 30 oil , dused below 40 F ( 4 C ) , will result tn hard starling and possible engine bore damage 7 . 120VOLTSTARTER due lo inadequate lubrication . f F J FILL CRANKCASE WITH OIL : 3 . REWINOSTARTER e . MOOEL , TYPEAND 4 . ROTATINGSCREEN R $ _ lace en ine level . Clean area around oil fill Re - 5 . SPARKPLUGWIRETAB 9 . ) EYSWITCH move oil _ ill plug or dipslick . POUR OIL SLOWLY . 6 , 12VSTARTERMOTOR 10 . MUFFLER 12 . CRANXSHAFT DO NOT OVER - FILL . Capacity is approximalely 11 . SPARKPLUG 13 . OILFILLPLUG " 15 . HOODOVERCARI ] URETOR 2.75 pints ( 4,4 ounces or 1.3 ] tiers ) . 14 . O ] LDRAINPLUG 16 . THROTTLECONTROL
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Starting TO START ENGINE : I _ l _ I Move engine choke confrol as Illusfrated . FEET CLEAR OF ROTATING MACHIN - MANUAL CONTROL : Pull engine throttle col WARNING : ALWAYS KEEP HANDS AND knob as illustrated , ERY , TIPS TO OBTAIN BEST STARTING 1 , Start , store and fuel engine in a level position . 2 , DO NOT use a pressurized starting fluid , Se - vere engine damage may occur because of Iqss of lubrication . KNOB 3 . A warm engine requires less choking than a cold engine , 4 . De - clutch all possible external loads . 5 . A slightly richer fuel mixture will usually improve CHOKE cold starting . Turn idle mixture valve t / 8 turn counlerclockwlse . NOTE : If fuel drips out of carburetor while trying to _ : OLD WEATHER STARTING HINTS slart engine , engine is over - choked , Pull rewindric I starter handle several times or engage elecl 1 . Use correct oil for temperafure expected . starter briefly to crank engine with choke open . ENGINE CONTROLS 2 . Set speed control at pad throttle position . 3 . A warm battery has much more starting capacity OIL GARD _ . ( Optional AccessorY ) REMOTE CONTROL : Move equipment throttlecon _ than a cold battery . trol lever to " RUN , " " FAST " OR " START " position . . OIL GARD _ light warns of low oil level . If light flick - 4 . Do not use gasoline left over from summer . Use ers or remains on and if engine cannot be started or fresh winter grade fuel which has higher volatil - stoppedand connofbe restarted , oilmust be added . ity to improve starting . Fill to FULL mark on d ) pstick or 1ooverllowing at oil FUEL SHUT - OFF VALVE _ : fill plug . Do not over - fill . Turn valve several turns counterclockwise Io open , STOP SWITCH : on engines so equipped Insert key in Switch , if so equipped . EOUIPMENTCONTROLS PRtMER P _ TO prime engine , push primer twice . NOTE : When starting engine for first time or ' . j , , engine has been in storage with a dry fuel system , push primer until it becomes firm . Then push primer STOPSWITCH FUEL SHUT - OFF VALVE twice .
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Starting & Stopping REWIND STARTER T _ o _ s _ _ T _ _ oF _ . JPJ _ U Grasp slarler grip as illustrated and pull slowly until resistance is lelt . Then pull Move equipment control to " SLOW " and cord rapidly to overcome compression , then " STOP " position , Turn key to " OFF " prevent kickback and start engine , Re - position , If so equipped . Do not choke car - peat if necessary wilh choke opened buretor to stop enGine • Backfire or engine slightly . When engine starls , open choke damage may result ifcarburetor is used to gradually . _ Y / \ . _ . ) " 1 stop engine . , _ ( { . DEPRESS SWITCH / \ \ 120 VOLT 12 VOLT CAUTION : The 120 volt electric starter is equipped with a three - prong plug for your safety . The longer prong inthis plug is con - nected to the starter motor housing . When the starter motor is plugged into a properly grounded receptacle , it will protect the user from shock should the starter motor insulation fail Ior any reason . If a longerex - STOPCONTROLS REWIND STARTER tension cord is used with this starter , it should also have three - prong and three - hole plugs . switch when leaving equipment unat - , _ k CAUTION : Always remove key from ELECTRIC STARTER tended or when equipment is not in use . On engines equipped with 12 volt starting systems , THREE - WIRE _ turn key lo " START " positionor press starter burton . On engines equipped with 120 voltstarting systems , RECEPTACLE / press " ON " butlon of conduclor cord's integral " ON - OFF " switch . The best statler life is provided by us - \ ing shorl starting cycles of several seconds . Pro - ) P , , _ gedcranking ( more than 15 seconds per minute ) damage the efarter motor . Allow starter to cool F j , _ ninutes . Release as soon as engine slarts and \ gTadua ! Jyopen choke . NOTE : Battery is supplied by equipment manufac - GROUNDED ELECTRICAl . CONNECTION turer and may require charging belore use .
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Adjustments REMOTE CONTROL ENGINE AND EQUIPMENT CONTROLS Remote control casing and wire " O " are attached to _ e until they _ € 1 engine at control plale as shown , Valves may be damaged by turningthem intoo , L , _ CmAenUtTIOonN : wThhicehmathneufaecntugrienre oifst hiensetqaulliepd - Now open needle valve 1 - 1 / 2 turns counterclock . specifies 1heTop No - Load RPM at which wise and idle mixture valve 1 turn counterclockwise the engine win be operated , DO NOT'EX - This initial adjustment will permit the engine to tx CEED Ibis RPM . starled and warmed up ( approximslely 5 minute = prior to final adjustment . Correct control adjustment is necessary for good engine performance . THRO'r'fl , . £ MIXTURE IDLE i K V t / , . , _ " VALE , . MANUAL FRICT ] ON CONTROL Move knob as shown to change engine speed . sCREw I Io ; ' NL - " ' , - i " REMOTECCNTROLADJUSTMENT li . TO ADJUST OPERATION OF REMOTE CON - J . , , . _ . J . , . , _ ' € , . . . _ STOP . 7 . / 1 _ J I : TROL : / F NEEDLEVALVE / / / / K , _ / I : . I i . . _ ( HIGH SPEED ) tll / _ " II _ . It adjustment is needed , move equipment control ' 1 lever to " FAST " position . Loosen casing clamp CARSURETORADJUSTMENTS J : , KNOB screw " A " and move casing end wire " B " to end of travel in direction shown by arrow . Tighten casinger E _ clamp screw " A , " Check operation of controls afl Place equipment control lever in " FAST " positloP , adjustment . Readjust if necessary . Turn needle valve in until engine slows ( clockwise . lean mixture ) , Then turn it out past smoothoperatin ( _ . : CARBURETOR ADJUSTMENTS point until engine runs unevenly rich mixture . No Minor carburetor ad ustment may be required to turn need eva ve to the m dpoint between rich arx : compensate or d flerences in fue ! , temperature , al - lean so the engine runs smoothly . titudeor load . Sno / Gard hoodmust be assembled to Next , adjust idle RPM , Rotate throttle counterclock . carburelor when running engine . wise and hold against stop while adiusting idlt ENGINe CONTROLS speed adjusting screw to obtain 1750 RPM . Ther NOTE : Make FINAL ADJUSTMENT at tempera - while holding throttle against throttle stop , turn idll lures in which engine operates . mixture valve in ( lean ) and out ( rich . Set midway be - tween rich and lean . Recheck idle RPM , Rel , 3 . ' _ throttle . Engine should accelerate smoothlyJ , i does not . the carburetor should be readjusted , t . , P ; . ally to a slightly richer mixture . f 6
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Maintenance CHANGE OIL ( Gear Reduction Ootion _ : CHANGE OIL AS RECOMMENDED : - CSATAURTITOINNG : TwOhePnRsEeVrEviNcTingAthCeCIeDnEgNiriTeAoLr Remove oil leve } plug and oil fill plug . Drain oilafter Change oilafter first5 hours of operation , Then , un - equipment , always remove the wire fromab . every 100 hours of operation or every season , der normal operating conditions , change oil after insert In t r the spark plug and holding whichever occurs first . To refill , pour SAE 30 oil into every 50 hoursol operation or every season , which - Disconnect negative wire from battery ter - oil fillhole until it runs out ] eve ] check hole . Replace ever occurs first , Change oil aher every 25 hours of minal , if equipped with 12 volt startingsys - both plugs . Oil fill plug has a vent hole and must be operalion il the engine is operated under heavy tem . installed on lop of gear case cover . load . Remove oil drain plug and drain oilwhile en - gine is warm , Replace drain plug , Remove oil till OIL FILL _ : : : : 2 - ' CHECK OIL LEVEL REGULARLY : plug or dipstick and refill with new oll of correct Check after each 5 hours of operalion or grade , Replace oil fill plug or dipstick . daily . BE SURE OIL LEVEL IS MAIN - TAINED , OILFILLG GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS PLU OIL LEVEL Occasionally place a few drops of oil on governor and throille linkage and choke . A slight filmof oiI on these parts will afford additional protection from OIL DRAIN DRAIN freezing and corrosion , PLUG PLUG GEARREDUCTIONOIL FILL After using snow remora ] equipment , conlinue to SIDES run the engine for about 10 minutes in an area pro - tected from snow , This willgive the engine an oppor - tunity to dry out any moislure which has collecled . When equipment is not in operation , provide protec - tion from direct exposure to freezing rain or snow . I 7
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Maintenance CLEAN SPARK ARRESTER SCREEN : REPLACE OR CLEAN SPARK PLUG : Remove dirt and debris with a cloth or brush . Clean - Replace or clean after every 100 hours of operation ! f engine muffler is equlpped with spark srre _ " _ or every season , whichever occurs first . ing with a forceful spray of water is not recom . screen assembty , remove every 50 hours or e \ | i : mended as water could contaminate the fuel sys - season , whichever occurs first , 1orcleaning snd _ , : > tem . , 030 " ( , 76turn ) spection . Replace if damaged . Contact any Briggs & Stratton Authorized Service Center . j , EEL RQAU E keep rack and pinion controls , governor " CAUTION : To assure smooth Operation , linkage and springs free of debris . to remove all dirt and combustible debris . , _ CAUTION : Periodically clean muffler area REMOVE COMBUSTION DEPOSITS ; SPARK PLUG Replace In - Line fuel filterevery 100 hours or every Remove cylinder head every 100 - 300 hours el op - season , whichever occum first . Contact any Briggse - NOTE : Do not blast clean spark plug . Spark plug eration . Scrape and wire brush the combustion de . & Strarlon Authorized Service Center for correct r should be cleaned by scraping or wire brushing and positsfrom cylinder , cylinder head , top of piston and placement . washing with a commercial solvent . around valves . Reassemble gasket and cylinde _ head , Turn screws down finger tight with fhre { tongarscrews around exhaust valve , ifso equipped minaldoes not fit firmlyon spark plug , Re . , _ CAUTION : Sparking can occur if wire ter - Torque cylinder head screws in a staggered se form terminal it necessary . quence to 165 In , - Ibs . ( 19 Nm ) . FUEL FILTER I 8
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Vlaintenance International chedule Symbols Ilow the hourly or " calendar intervals , whichever occur first . _ re frequent service may be required . I 25 Hoursor 50 Hoursor 100 - 300 Every5 Hours 100Hoursor MAINTENANCEOPERATION . . . . . . . ReM Operator'sManual Houri or Daily EverySeason EverySeaso _ EverySeason _ ; heckOilLevel i _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Caution : hangeOil • Note1 , : hangeOil ( Gear Reduclion ) ' leanCoolingSystem . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fuel Note2 " _ speSclparkAtresler DptionaAl ccessory ) I " , 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . = . . o . . , . . . . eplaceor CleanSparkP ) Og apiecein - LineFuelFiller ' _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fast leanCombuslion hamberDeposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Slow 1 * : Changeoilafter first5 hourst , henafterevery50 hoursor ever / season . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Air Cleaner ore Changeoilevery25 hourswhenoperalingunderheavyloadorin highambien { lemperatures . ore2 : Cleanmore oftenunderdust ' / conditionosr whenairbornedebrisispresenl . BRIGGS & STRATI'ONAUTHORIZEDSERVICECENTERSARE READY TO SERVE YOUANDARE COMMITrEDTO QUALITYSERVICE . i i S
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ABOUT YOUR ENGINE WARRANTY : ( see back cover for statement of LIMITED WARRANTY , ) Briggs & Slratton welcomes warranty repair and apologizes to you for fresh , lead - free gasoline and Briggs & Stratton gasoline stabilizer , being inconvenienced . Any Authorized Service Dealer may perform Part No . 5041 . ) warranty repairs , Most warranty repairs ere handled routinely , but some - 4 , Parts which are scored or broken because an engine was operated timesrequests for warranty service may not be appropriate . For example , with insufficient or contaminated lubricating oil , or an incorrect grade warranty would not apply ifengine damage occurred because of misuse , of lubricating oil ( 4 cycle engines : check oil level daily or after every ' _ k of routine maintenance , shipping handling , warehousing or 8 hours of operation , Refill when necessary and change at recom - . _ _ roper installation . Similarly , warranty is void ifthe serialnumber of the mended intervals . ) ( 2 cycle engines : use correct mixture of gasoline _ , igine has been removed or the engine has been altered or modified . and BINNMMA certified oiL ) Read " Owner's Manual . " & Repair or adjustment of associated parts or assemblies such as If a customer differs with the decision of the Service Dealer , an clutches , transmissions , remote controls , etc . , which are not investigation willbe made to determinewhether the warrantyapplies . Ask manufactured by Briggs & Stratton . the Service Dealer to submit all supportingfacts to his Distributor or the Factoryfor review . If the Distributor orthe Factorydecides that theclaimis 5 . Damage or wear to parts caused by dirt , which entered the engine justiSed , the customer will be fully reimbursed for those items that are because of improper air cleaner maintenance , re - assembly , or use of a defective . To avoid misunderstanding which might occur between the nonoriginal air cleaner element or cartridge . ( At recommended inter - customer and the Dealer , listed below are some of the causes of engine vals , clean and re - oil the Oil - Foam @ element or the foam pre - cleaner , failure that the warranty does not cover . and replacethe cartridge . ) Read " Owner's Manual . " 7 . Parts damaged by overspeeding , or overheating caused by grass , IMPROPER MAINTENANCE : debris , ordirt , whichplugs orclogsthe Coolingfins , orflywheel area , or damage caused by operating the engine in a confined area without The life of an engine depends upon the conditions under which it sufficientventilation . ( Clean fins on the cylinder , cylinderhead and fly . operates , and the care it receives . Some applications , such as tillers , wheel at recommended intervals . ) Read " Owner's Manual . " pumps and rotary mowers , are very often used in dusty ordirty conditions , which can cause what appears to be premature wear . Such wear , when 8 . Engine orequipment parts broken by excessive vibrationcaused by aor loose engine mounting , loose cutter blades , unbalanced blades caused by dirt , dust , spark plug cleaning grit , or other abrasive material loose orunbalanced impellers , improper attachment of equipment to that has entered the engine because of improper maintenance , is not engine crankshaft , overspeeding or other abuse in operation . covered by warranty . 9 . A bent or broken crankshaft , caused by strikinga solid object withthe THIS WARRANTY COVERS ENGINE RELATED DEFECTIVE cutter blade of a rotary lawn mower , or excessive v - belt tightness • MATERIAL AND / OR WORKMANSHIP ONLY . AND NOT REPLACE - 10 . Routine tune - up or adjustment of the engine . MENT OR REFUND OF THE EQUIPMENT TO WHICH THE ENGINE 11 . Engine or engine component failure , i . e . , combustion chamber , MAY BE MOUNTED . NOR DOES THE WARRANTY EXTEND TO valves , valve seats , valve guides , or burned starter motor windings , REPAIRS REQUIRED BECAUSE OF : caused by the use of alternate fuels such as , liquified petroleum , 1 . PROBLEMS CAUSED BY PARTS THAT ARE NOT ORIGINAL natural gas , altered gasolines , etc . BRIGGS & STRA3 - TON PARTS . WARRANTY IS AVAILABLE ONLY THROUGH SERVICE DEALERS 2 . Equipment controls or installations that prevent starting , cause WHICH HAVE BEEN AUTHORIZED BY BRIGGS & $ TRATTON COR - unsatisfactory engine performance , or shorten engine life . ( Contact PORATION . YOUR NEAREST AUTHORIZED SERVICE DEALER IS equipment manufacturer . ) LISTED INTHE " YELLOW PAGESE " OF YOUR TELEPHONE DIREC - TORY UNDER " ENGINES _ GASOLINE " OR " GASOLINE ENGINES , " • ; " Leaking carburetors , clogged fuel pipes , sticking valves , or other " LAWN MOWERS , " OR SIMILAR CATEGORY . , . _ . damage , caused by using contaminated or stale fuel . ( Use clean , Bdggs & Stratton EnginesAre MadeUnderOhe OrMereel The FolloWingPatents ; DesignD - 247,177 ( OtherPatentsPending ) I 5,271,363 5,197,425 5,105,331 5,016,588 4,971,219 4,520,288 4,270,509 DES . 5309,45872 6,269,713 5,197,422 5,066,890 4,996,956 4,895,119 4,453.507 4,233,534 DES . 309,487 5,265,700 5,191,864 5,040,644 4,995,357 4,819,598 4,430,984 4,168,288 DES . 308 , 5 • 243,878 5 , ! 50,674 5,040,503 4,977,879 4,694 , ' / 92 4.355,253 4,06e , 636 DES . 308.871 Inthe USA and Canada , a 24 hour hot line , 1 - 800 - 233 - 3723 , has a menu of pre - recorded messages offeringyou engine maintenance information ,
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BRIGGS & STRATTON ENGINE OWNER WARRANTY POLICY effective February 1 , 1994 Replaces all undated Warranties and all Warranties dated before February 1 . t994 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . " Briggs & Strafton Corporationwill repairorreplace , free of charge , any part , orparts ofthe engine that are defective in material orworkmanship or : . both . Transportation charges on parts submittedfor repair or replacement under this Warranty must be borne by purchaser . This warranty i _ i effective for the time periodsand subjectto theconditionsprovided for inthis policy . For warranty serv { cecontactyour nearest Authorized Service ' Dealer as listed inthe ' Yellow PagesTM'under'Engines , Gasoline , ' ' Gasoline Engines , ' ' Lawn Mowers ' orsimilar category . THERE IS NO OTHER ! EXPRESS WARRANTY . IMPLIED WARRANTIES , INCLUDING THOSE OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE LIMITED TO ONE YEAR FROM PURCHASE , OR TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW ANY AND ALL IMPLIED WARRAN - TIES ARE EXCLUDED . LIABILITY FOR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES UNDER ANY AND ALL WARRANTIES ARE EXCLUDED TO THE EXTENT EXCLUSION IS PERMI'I - FED BY LAW . Some states do not allowlimitationson how long an implied warranty lasts , and some states do ! not allow the exclusionor limitation of incidentalor consequential damages , so the above limitation and exclusion may not apply to you . This warranty gives you specific legal rightsand you may also have other rights whichvary from state to state . " Briggs & Stratton Corporation F . P . Stratton , Jr , ( / Chairman and Chief Executive Officer WARRANTY PERIOD WITHIN U . S . A , AND CANADA OUTSIDE U , S . A . AND CANADA CONSUMER USE * COMMERCIAL USE * CONSUMER USE * COMMERCIAL USE * ENGINES 2 year - engine / Lifetime * ' * - Magnetron ® ignition All Vanguard TM engines . All Diamond Plus , EuropaTM , Industrial PlusTM and alll / C ® . 2 year 1 year 2 year 1 year Quantum ® and Diamond Power , 2 year t 90 days 2 year 90 days All standard 2 throught BPiP engines installedon lawn 2 year 90 days 1 year 90 days mowers , riders , edgers , tillers , and all Sno / Gard engines . All other standard 2 through18 HP engines , 1 year 90 days 1 year 90 days For purposes of this warranty policy , " consumer use " means personal residential household use by the original retail consumer . " Comrnercial u " " ' means allother uses , includinguse for commercial , income producingor rental purposes . Once an engine has experienced commercial use , its . thereafter be considered as a commercial use engine for purposesof this warranty . Engines used in competitive racing or on commercial : . 3 , rental tracks are not warrantled . * * Lifetime limited warranty of the Magnetron ® ignition covers parts and labor for the first five ( 5 ) years from the date of purchase ; thereafter only parts " Lifetime " means lifetime of the engine in the hands of the original purchaser . 1 " One ( 1 ) year in Australia and New Zealand . NO WARRANTY REGISTRATION CARD IS NECESSARY TO OBTAIN WARRANTY ON BRIGGS & STRA'I - FON ENGINES , YOU MUST SAVE THE PURCHASE RECEIPT . A PROOF OF PURCHASE DATE WILL BE REQUIRED TO OBTAIN WARRANTY .
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