Model #1525 JENSEN Speakers

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Q:

Air vane spring popped off, can only find one attachment point. where is the other one? 917.370412

A:

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It sounds like you are describing the air vane spring. The part number is 790849. I have posted a picture below showing the connections for the spring. There are some additional images and resources online that show the spring's connection points.



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Jeff Wallace Sr -
Sears Technician
July 15, 2015
Q:

screw #SSF-553 919165600 Craftsman Air compressor

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Here is a description of that screw: 10-24 X 9/16 PAN HD (TORQUE 15-25 IN. LBS.). One of the answers that I see regarding this screw indicates that you can use a 1/8" Allen wrench with a long shaft. You should also be able to use a Torx head screw driver. The manufacturer may have used a T-15 or T-20 head on that screw.

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Jeff Wallace Sr -
Sears Technician
April 16, 2015
Q:

please help 917370410 Craftsman Mower

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I am sorry to hear of the starting issues you are having with the mower. I know how frustrating that is to have happen. 

I recommend always running the engine dry before storage, and never store a product with fuel unless you have added Fuel Stabilizer, which keeps fuel fresh for a year. Even then, I would run it dry. 

If the fuel has gone stale and been stored in the tank for approx. 9 months, you may have a seriously gunky carb, fuel tank, and possibly rotted fuel lines. This ethanol mixed fuel is really hard on fuel systems, especially when it goes bad.

It will more than likely be spark or fuel related. I would start by pulling the spark plug, reattach it to the boot, and ground the base of the plug to the metal cylinder while a helper is pulling the rewind starter. If there is spark from the base of the plug, spark is good.

If spark checks good, I would pull the carb from the engine. With a full can of carb cleaner, a wire brush, and a bread tie wire to poke through and clean the main jet; I would recommend a very thorough cleaning. Start by taking off the float bowl. Douse it very liberally with carb cleaner, and undo the pin for the float, and remove the needle and float. Clean them very thoroughly with the wire brush and carb cleaner. Pay close attention to the seat the needle sits in and clean it well. Once clean, start brushing the carb bowl and body and make sure you get all the varnish out. It may take three or four brushings with carb cleaner dousing in-between. From there, take the straw of the carb cleaner and shoot carb cleaner through any little hole or passageway of the carb. Shoot out the throat of the carb and poke the main jet with the bread tie wire. You have to make sure you get everything the first time, if you leave anything behind, it’s likely to reclog once you have it reassembled.  

If by chance you need the spark module for the engine, it is part number 590454. I have linked it below for convenience. 

Ignition Coil for Model 126M02-1525-F1 (Briggs Model)

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Jeff Wallace Sr -
Sears Technician
December 30, 2014