Friday, December 25, 2009

Welcome to the Lawn Mower Blog!

Welcome to the Lawn Mower Blog brought to you by Superior Power Equipment Sales and Service! This blog will be updated by me, the owner, Eli Burkholder.

I have about 15 years of experience servicing, repairing, and rebuilding all types and brands of power equipment. Here are several engine brands that I have experience servicing:
  • Honda,
  • Briggs and Stratton,
  • Tecumseh,
  • Kohler,
  • Kawasaki,
And I have experience servicing the following equipment brands:
  • Stihl,
  • Shindaiwa,
  • Husqvarna,
  • Echo,
  • RedMax,
  • MTD,
  • Murray,
  • John Deere,
  • Jonsered,
  • and MANY MORE!
I have experience with the following types of power equipment:
  • Riding Lawn Mowers,
  • Zero Turn Mowers,
  • Walk Behind Mowers,
  • Tillers,
  • String Trimmers,
  • ATVs,
  • Chain Saws
  • Virtually anything that has a small engine on it!
Superior Power Equipment is here to serve you!

Remember, Trust your power equipment to Superior Power Equipment. After all, our first name is Superior!

7 comments:

  1. I have a Snapper 3314518BVE rear engine rider with electrical problems. The mower belongs to my church and apparently my pastor decided to try and make repairs on his own. All of the diagrams I've found for this model do not exactly match this mower. It has a 14.5hp Briggs.

    I rebuilt the carb and it runs great, however, the key switch will not kill the engine. Tracing the wires I've found that the black and brown wires from the switch are unplugged next to the engine. If I plug it back in to the other plug it immediately kills then engine. If I continue tracing that harness I find a problem I can't figure out. A black and a white wire come from the plug that attaches to the brown and black wire from the switch. The black wire disappears under the engine cover. The white wire goes to a second small plug that is unplugged with no other matching plug in sight. I cannot find a diagram showing this plug.

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    1. I apologize for not seeing your comment until now. Contact me via Eli @ superiorpowerequip .com if you still need help.

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