I have a Husky Powerwasher 2200 PSI, Model number HU80520. I emptied out the fuel and put fresh fuel in the tank, the oil looks good to me, I press the primer bulb three times and pull the cord, it starts up for a second and stalls. There's not much to this thing, but it does have a button on the top to stop the engine. I'm guessing that the button interupts the ground for the engine, since a wire comes from the engine, to the button and to a ground on the frame. My question is if the engine has a bad ground, would I see problems simular to this, would the engine start and stall after 1 or 2 seconds. I'm wondering if the button is defective, or am I grasping at straws here and the ground has nothing to do with my starting problem.