KJ Small Engine Service

engine@kjworld.com, (908)396-6196, Bridgewater, NJ 08807

lawnmowers, snow blowers, tractors, weed whackers, chainsaws, mopeds, scooters & more

For those of you in the local area who are about to throw away your gasoline equipment either because the engine will not start or starts but stalls, here is a chance for you to save your equipment without spending a great deal of money. Most likely the engine in your equipment just needed some cleaning and minor repair to the carburetor or ignition system and your equipment will be up and running. After all, most of you have not really done any harm to your equipment by using it with caution. Nonetheless, despite how well you take care of your equipment, it will eventually fail due to lack of the appropriate engine maintenance and servicing. Since most of you are busy, you don't really have the time to do so.  Most engine failures come from clotted carburetor jets, stuck fuel bowl needle or fouled spark plug. However there may be some that have shorted or opened ignition cable, worn coil, and/or worn carburetor linkage and adjustments. There may be other causes yet that needed to be checked out, like a worn piston ring. It really don't take much to put your equipment out of service.

Here is your chance to restore the use of your equipment without spending a fortune in taking it to an expensive shop with all of its overheads. I will provide the primary service (clean the carburetion and ignition systems) to restore the engine operation in your equipment VALUED AT $60 FOR THE SUM OF $30 (CASH ONLY plus local sales tax) if you take the trouble of making a local drop-off and a follow up pick-up. For service request or to determine serviceability of the equipment, email Ken at engine@kjworld.com or call (908)396-6196 FOR APPOINTMENTS.  Please specify the equipment, engine size/type and the nature of the problem. In addition, provide a contact number, your full name and location (name of the town that you will be coming from). The service location is in Bridgewater, NJ.

 If the engine in your equipment has any of the following conditions, it will NOT be considered serviceable associated with this discount offering:

A $20 CASH DEPOSIT IS REQUIRED AT DROP-OFF. IT IS APPLIED TOWARD THE COST OF SUCCESSFUL REPAIR. IF THE EQUIPMENT IS FOUND DEFECTIVE AND NOT REPAIRABLE,  IT WILL SERVE AS HANDLING FEE.

ADDITIONAL SERVICE FEES MAY APPLY:

Any work beyond the basic carburetion and spark ignition cleaning to restore engine operation to normal requires additional fees. Examples of work that requires additional fees are:

TRANSPORT SERVICE (pick up and drop off on driveways only):

If you have no means of bringing your gas equipment, you may request for transport service which consist of 2 trips, pick-up and subseqent drop-off. This transport service will be restricted to no more than 50 mile distance from my base location. A separate cost for transport is payable upfront and consist of $15 handling plus $1 per loaded mile (rounded up to the nearest mile) PER TRIP PLUS TOLLS. Preferably traveling cost is to be deposited in advance via Paypal and is NON-REFUNDABLE. If you do not use Paypal, other special arrangements may be made.

 OUTDOOR POWER EQUIPMENT RESTRICTIONS APPLY:

SPECIAL NOTE ON 2 CYCLE ENGINES:

The successful operation of 2 cycle engines really depends on the integrity of the crankcase enclosure seals in addition to the proper air mixture carburetion, good compression and adequate ignition in the piston chamber since mixed fuel flows through the crankcase first before going into the piston chamber. Often time, excessive wear occurs with the crankcase seal due to long duration high speed usage or insufficient amount of oil used in the fuel mix. Such seal wear is not detectable and will disturb the mixed fuel flow to combustion chamber causing difficulty in engine start up. This difficulty exists even when there is visible sign of good spark and measured good compression. In such case, the carburetor may be cleaned and yet the engine is impossible to start. For such reason the cost of carburetor refurbishment work will apply regardless whether the engine start up as a result or not.

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