Model #580752722 CRAFTSMAN Power Washer, Gas

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Q:

what front bolt holds the carberator on. 580752722 Craftsman Pressure washer

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The carburetor mounting screw I see for this Briggs engine is part number 691688, which has changed from the original of 692524. Unfortunately, it looks like its been discontinued and we no longer supply it. However, you can Google the updated part number and locate one on sites like Ebay.

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Jeff Wallace Sr -
Sears Technician
July 26, 2015
Q:

Governer spring - how to attach 125K020137E1 Briggs&stratton Engine

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The looped end of the governor spring connects onto the throttle linkage and the other end connects to the mounting bracket. 

There are some good YouTube videos you can watch to see how the spring mounts. I have linked the results below.

Governor Spring Connections

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Jeff Wallace Sr -
Sears Technician
April 16, 2015
Q:

Blowing water! 580752722 Craftsman Pressure washer

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Sorry to hear of the leak on the pressure washer's pump, I know how concerning and frustrating that is. 
The aluminum head kit will just be the head, no seals. So if the head is warped, that would be needed. However, if you pull the head and the seals are trashed, then the seal kit would be needed. I suspect the latter to be the case. Your seals are probably shot and will need to be replaced, however, you won't know for sure until you pull the pump and dig into it. 
There are some great YouTube videos on tearing pumps down and cleaning them. If it was me, I would watch a video or two to become familiar with the process before digging in if this is your first time, and then try to clean it first. A cleaning could do it unless the seals are shot. 
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Jeff Wallace Sr -
Sears Technician
July 31, 2014
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I have this exact model and problem. I just pulled the head apart and the seals look great. I'm wondering if the original author found and fixed the problem? If so, what was the issue?

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timritchie -
November 30, 2014
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