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HELP WITH UNLOADER KIT REMOVAL

I have a generac g21 model1536. Plastic cap style,of coarse broke, but have the new kit. How do you get the brass piece out of the pump that is being held in place by the O RING. THERE IS NOTHING TO GRAB ON TO. Any suggestion.  HELP PLEASE

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    Re: HELP WITH UNLOADER KIT REMOVAL 2017/07/29 11:49:57 (permalink)
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    Been three days, so did you get it out?
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    Re: HELP WITH UNLOADER KIT REMOVAL 2017/07/29 22:08:48 (permalink)
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    No I haven't  gotten back to it. I was hoping for some suggestions before I started back to the frustration cycle.
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    Re: HELP WITH UNLOADER KIT REMOVAL 2017/07/30 18:14:41 (permalink)
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    I finally got the part out. Now I have pressure, good. Now the engine stalls out when I release the trigger. Any Help?
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    Re: HELP WITH UNLOADER KIT REMOVAL 2017/07/30 19:55:33 (permalink)
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    The pressure is set too high, the unloader is not doing it's job. Is there an adjustment? Some are fixed meaning you might need to replace it.
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    Re: HELP WITH UNLOADER KIT REMOVAL 2017/07/30 20:55:54 (permalink)
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    this is a new uploader kit, there is no adjustment on this. It has a big plastic/nylon nut holding the spring in place I do not think this could be adjusted as it has an O ring on it for a tight seal. If I do not squeeze the trigger I can't even pull the engine over. Is there another valve set that is suppose to shut the water pressure to the pump?
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    Re: HELP WITH UNLOADER KIT REMOVAL 2017/07/30 20:57:35 (permalink)
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    I did find out that this was made by briggs for generac if that helps anybody with info that could help. Thanks
     
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    Re: HELP WITH UNLOADER KIT REMOVAL 2017/07/31 12:51:54 (permalink)
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    The unloader kit  is Briggs part number 187879GS. It sounds like it is stuck in the closed position. You should be able to start the engine without squeezing the trigger, opening it closes the unloader to create pressure.
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    Re: HELP WITH UNLOADER KIT REMOVAL 2017/07/31 22:22:22 (permalink)
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    Thanks for the response Roy. This is a new uploader kit from briggs that was just installed yesterday. It was a pain to get the old one out, but finally did. Replaced with the new kit, I had no pressure before, now it went the other way with to much pressure build up. Maybe something moved or I put the one piece in wrong. I will take it out and inspect. The only part that could be wrong has a point  on one end  and is cupped on the other side that looks like keeps the spring centered. part 27 on the manual diagram. is that correct?
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