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Q:

What is oil/gas mixture for sears 358794300 blower/vac 358794300 Craftsman Gas blower

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Based upon our records for Craftsman blower model 358.794300, I see the oil/gas ratio as 40:1. It is also recommended to use a fuel additive like Fuel Stabilizer with the fuel because of the ethanol mixtures in gas. This will also keep the fuel fresh for up to a year.
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Jeff Wallace Sr -
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May 28, 2014
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whats the comprestion on a358.794300 blower

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Henry -
October 12, 2012
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The compression on this blower should be more than 110PSI. The manufacturer suggests that anything less than that will result in a no running or bad running situation. Generally, I look for about 120PSI on them.

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Wade_B -
Sears Technician
October 13, 2012
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ignition module replacement model 358.794300 whats the gap between flywheel how much spark volts should i have

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I have located a link that will discuss the gap. The second link will discuss the issue in more detail and will include testing the spark as well. Review this information while you are waiting for an expert response. I hope this data helps and have a nice day.

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Henry -
October 12, 2012
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I think the gap is supposed to be the measurement of 2 pieces of folded paper. I think that might be the answer.

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Anthony Schiavi -
October 12, 2012
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You can gap the coil to about .012 or the thickness of a standard business card. The voltage, I'm not sure about that. I believe those little coils produce somewhere around 10-20K volts, but I'm not real sure. The manufacturer does not specify exactly how much voltage should be present.

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October 13, 2012
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