Model #14926320 CRAFTSMAN Pump

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How to replace the impeller on pump 149.26320. 14926320 Craftsman Sears self-priming centrifugal pump w/gas engine

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Craftsman Pump model number 149.26320

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Alina F. -
August 18, 2011
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I will need the complete model number from the engine itself in order to find any parts for the engine.

I have a feeling the ignition coil is failing on your engine and causing the problem. You can access the ignition coil by remove the engine shroud. Then unplug the little "kill" wire connected to the coil and then check for spark. If there is still no spark then the coil has failed and will need to be replaced.

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XX Wade_ -
Sears Technician
August 20, 2011
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Wade B as a note the only kill wire from the coil is the plug wire to the plug and you kill the engine by pushng down a grounded kill "switch" witch is just a piece of metal strip grounded to the engine block. I am not sure I understand your original instructions which was "UNPLUG THE LITTLE KILL WIRE CONNECTED TO THE COIL" and check for spark. Are you refering to the plug wire? If you are then htere is NO SPARK therefore no continueos spark to the plug only an occasioal strong spark ( about one in five pulls of the starting rope. To reiterate{ I have sanded the ststor (armature)and the N saped metal plate the the coil is wrapped wround, blown out with compressed air all dust and dirt and put this engine bach together three times so I am sure the electical stator/admature is clean the coil it self look new and undamaged. plese refer ot my prior e mails for addional info on the Sears and Briggs and Straton numbers of the engine as far as can be determined. I wait your advice.

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Tucker -
August 20, 2011
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I am not sure you are getting my e mails so here is the only info I have,engine numbers are either Sears #285GF-2-20 or Briggs number # 193332-05=35-B=1 The pimp in bolted to a Sears Pump # 149.26320 . the engine is a 2.5HP Briggs & Straton horizontal shaft 4 stroke.2.5HP gas please refer to previos e mails i wait your advice.

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Tucker -
August 20, 2011
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I have sanded the stator/armature and associated N shaped series of N shaped plates that are riveted to getger . this N shaped part has the coil wrapped around it and the coil cannot be sperated fron this N shaped part,,,a wire runs from the coil to the plug this seems to be the only "kill"wire from the coil THERE ARE TWO OTHER SMALLED WIRES FROM THE PART , ONE runs back under the block the other is short and it is attached to the block under one of thr two screws that hold this N shaped part to the block. You wil not follow this without the schmatic of the engine MARC H at 1-800-803-6775 was the felow that told me to e mail you. MARC gave me much of this information by looking up the SEARS PUMP no 149.26320. I wiat uor advice. I would buy the coil and the N shaped part if need be. The way I think this thing get SPARK is WHEN YOU PULL THE START ROPE THAT TURN THE STATOR/ARMATUR WHICH IN TURN CREATES A PULSE OR NEG AND POS CAHRGES WHIH IN TURN CHARGES THE N SHAPED PART THAT THE COIL IS WRAPPED AROUND THE COIL INTENCIFYS THE PULSE AND SENDS A SPERK THRU THE PLUG WIRE TO THE NEW SPARK PLUG , all perts of the ignition system have been cleaned,sanded and blownout so they are bright and clean. NO SPARK. I wait your advice.

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Tucker -
August 20, 2011
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PLEASE BE PATIENT WITH ME AS I AM 84 YERS OLD AND AM BASICALLY COMPUTER ILLTERATE, BUT I TRY THANKS AGAIN AND I HOPE WE CAN CET THIS THING SOME SPARK OR REPLACE SOME PARTS OR EVEN BUY AN NEW MOTOR THTA WILL BOL TO THIS PUMP.. MY SPELLING AND MISTAKES I KNOW YOU CAN SORT THRU TUCKER

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Tucker -
August 20, 2011
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This is a pretty old engine it looks like. I found the strap by the spark plug (that you press to kill) and the ignition coil. The strap is part number 690578 and the ignition coil is 298968. I will assume the strap you press to kill is fine, but if not you now have the part number for it. when I mentioned the kill wire, I didn't realize this was going to be such an old engine. There is not a kill wire on your engine so disregard what I was saying about that in my first post.

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XX Wade_ -
Sears Technician
August 22, 2011
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trying to find out how impeller comes off pressed on or spin off

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joseph -
August 01, 2014
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