Small Engine Maintenance (C/S428) | Allegany College of Maryland

In this course you will learn the fundamentals of small engines found in your lawn mowers, chainsaws, pressure washers, trimmers, blowers and more. Discover the best fuel to use, the tools you need to maintain your equipment, and the simple things you can do in your garage to keep your power equipment running at optimum performance. Carburetor adjustment, blade sharpening, and electronic ignitions will also be discussed. Learn from a small engine repair pro J.T. Goodwin who has been working on small engines for more than 20 years. J.T. graduated from Frostburg State University with a BS in Physics. He is certified in machining and welding and holds a water treatment license in the state of MD. J.T. currently works for the Allegany County Public Schools as a Specialist and repairs all of their small engine and snow removal equipment. He also runs his own business offering mobile diesel repair and welding. Course fee includes an informative textbook that is yours to keep upon successful completion of the course.

10/1-10/22, Thursday (4 Sessions)
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Classes being held at the Western Maryland Works Building.

Instructor: J.T. Goodwin

Course Cost: $70.00

Maryland Senior Course Cost: $31.00

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