Model #358794760 CRAFTSMAN Blower, Gas

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Q:

power cut off after few mi 358794760

A:

Thanks for the inquiry and for being a valued member.

I am sorry to hear of the issue you're having with the blower engine dying. I know how frustrating that is.

Due to it starting and running initially before dying, I would suspect the carburetor is at fault. When you prime it before starting, fuel is making it to the carburetor to start. However, the fuel filters will need to be replaced every now and then, so it could be a combination of both. I would recommend replacing both items, and that should solve your issue. The carburetor is 545081857, and the fuel filter is 530095646. 

I hope this helps and thanks for using SearsPartsDirect.com. We appreciate your business. 

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Jeff Wallace Sr -
Sears Technician
February 10, 2015
Q:

Replacing Fuel Filter 358794760 Craftsman Gas blower

A:

Push the fuel line into the tank and then pull the original filter through the fuel cap opening. Pull off the old filter and install the new fuel filter. Pull the fuel line to position the filter in the bottom of the tank.
 
 

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Larry L -
Sears Technician
April 25, 2017
Q:

what is the high and low carburator adjustment setting for gae blower 358794760 358794760 Craftsman Gas blower

A:

Thank you for your question. I'm sorry you are having this problem with the leaf blower. I have attached the information from the owner's manual for the carburetor adjustment. Now, you can also try picking up a can of spray carb/choke cleaner from an auto parts store. Remove the air filter from the blower and crank it up. As it starts to die give a shot of the carb cleaner down into the carburetor. If it picks up and does good for a few seconds and then wants to die back out then you're likely looking at a new carburetor. If that does not change anything, remove the little spark arrestor screen from the carburetor and then see if it runs any better. If it does or if you notice the screen is plugged up with carbon, take the muffler off and clean it out as best you can with the carb cleaner and a wire brush. Make sure to allow any carb cleaner (or other solvent) to evaporate from the muffler before you put it back and run the machine. If neither of those do anything to change the situation then it's very likely that there is a piston and/or cylinder problem. If that looks to be the case you may be better off replacing the machine. I hope this will help you.  

 

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
November 07, 2013

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