These (one of those in his shop was actually the ETQ 1200w):http://www.harborfreight.com/engines...tor-66619.htmlhttp://www.amazon.com/TG1200-2-Cycle...6415335&sr=1-4http://cpeauto.com/42013.php
There's a liquidator around here that sells those things refurbed with a 30 day warranty for $75...temping.
maverick06 wrote: »
Interesting info. If you arent burning oil, you could just bypass the low oil sensor and force it to always read "full" I would guess it is just a switch, and that would be easy to figure out, open or closed.
At least it would identify the problem.
Yes, it does add some risk, but since you arent burning any oil, thats pretty low risk.
Ralph Day wrote: »
Many years ago I recall a neighbour starting an old lawnmower with a power drill. He had a socket the size of the nut holding the flywheel and just ran the drill until it fired.
Does the Honeywell unit have a big nut on the flywheel under the recoil starter cover? If it's not too cumbersome perhaps a cordless drill/driver would have enough torque and speed to save your numerous pulls per start? Just remember to pull off the drill as the engine spools up
dwh wrote: »
Now what to do with the Honeywell?...