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Briggs and Stratton breather reed valve

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Briggs and Stratton breather reed valve

I have a 24 hp briggs that uses a reed valve in the cylinder housing. The crankcase breather cover is plastic and requires the 100106 sealant and no gasket. What is the correct procedure to use this sealant? I have the repair manual and it shows the old style crankcase breather. What is the torque value for the reed valve (pn 594166) screw? Briggs and John Deer both will not tell me.

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    Re: Briggs and Stratton breather reed valve 2017/04/21 09:57:56 (permalink)
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    What are the model #'s of your briggs?
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    Re: Briggs and Stratton breather reed valve 2017/04/24 10:30:30 (permalink)
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    I don't understand why Briggs and Stratton will not supply instructions for using their sealant or the torque values for the crankcase breather reed valve bolt, the crankcase breather baffle plate bolt or the plastic crankcase breather cover bolts. They used to send me detailed instructions with pictures.
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