Model #536270282 CRAFTSMAN Lawn, Riding Mower Rear Engine

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drive 536270282 Craftsman Tractor, lawn

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Thanks for the inquiry and for being a valued member.

Unfortunately, the manufacturer (Murray) has not released the specifications on the belt or pulley. The belt is part number 37X129MA, and the double stack pulley is part number 1401308MA. I wasn't entirely sure if that was the pulley you're referring to. 

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Jeff Wallace Sr -
Sears Technician
August 09, 2015
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carb not recieving fuel 536270282 Craftsman Tractor, lawn

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Hello glad to help.  Thank You for choosing Sears PartsDirect.com
 
I am sorry and do understand your frustration when having carburetor problems.
 
Glad to help out.   Im  looking at yourCraftsman Lawn Tractor model number 536270282 .

28r707-1120-e1 is the model number of your engine so I can look at the fuel system.   

I see you have checked your engine and parts well that I would of asked you to do.   With the bad "ethanol gas" out there the fuel lines go bad.   Have had to order many fuel lines over the last few years for every one.

My guess of gas not getting to the bowl is the idle mixture kit assembly inside the carburetor.   Sounds as the internal parts aren't working correctly on their own to bring the gas into the carburetor.   

You can buy the internal parts and if you or someone who knows for sure what they are doing can replace them or buy a whole new carburetor for your Briggs and Stratton engine.



Thank you for your understanding in this matter and I hope we can help you with your future questions and repairs. Please resubmit any further questions or statements.  Thank you for choosing Sears and using our SearsPartsDirect.com.
 
 
 




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Larry L -
Sears Technician
March 25, 2014
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Riding lawn mower will not start when hot.

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I completely understand your frustration over your riding mower not starting when hot. I would suggest that you provide a little more information such as the make and complete model number of your product, so your expert will be able to provide you with the best possible answer. Just click on reply down below, where you can provide the additional information.

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Julio -
July 09, 2013
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Hello. The mower is a Craftsman mid engine rider. 13.5 hp electric start Briggs and Stratton engine. The model number is 536.270282. I will check on the engine for numbers as well. Thank you for any help.

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Adrian -
July 09, 2013
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Try starting the engine with the throttle in the idle position when it's hot and see if anything changes. Usually you will not need to choke the engine when it's hot, but if you haven't tried that, you may want to. If you have been choking it, just try starting the engine at full throttle with no choke.

It could very well be that the engine is heating up and something is warping slightly and causing a leak in the cylinder. It's possible that the intake is leaking when the engine is hot and causing it not to start. The engine would run with a leaking intake or even a blown head gasket, but those conditions may make it hard to start when hot. When cold, these 2 problems may not cause problems.

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Wade_B -
Sears Technician
July 11, 2013
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Thank you. Sometimes it will start at idle but when you move the throttle it will die. Then I wait and start it later after it cooks and can get it to run.

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Adrian -
July 11, 2013
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Check the basic mower functions to determine where you need to look to diagnose the problem you are having with your mower. Here are the basic parts of a typical mower: Engine Belts and pulleys Mower deck Wheels and axle assemblies Blades Transmission/drive system Safety system Check each part of the mower to make sure it is working. First, you must make sure the engine is running. This should be obvious, and no other part of the machine will work if the engine won't start. Here is a checklist to get started diagnosing engine problems. Check the crankcase lubricant (motor oil). Many modern engines have an oil sensor that shuts off the engine if the oil level is too low for it to operate safely. Check the fuel. You may want to check the fuel pump, filter, and fuel lines for leaks or blockages. Check the air filter. Dirty air filters rob the engine's performance, and if the filter is sufficiently stopped up, it will not allow it to elisa kitcrank. Check the carburetor. Make sure all linkages and attachment bolts/screws are tight. Check the starting system if the mower is equipped with electric start. This includes the battery, battery cables, solenoid switch, ignition switch, starter motor, and neutral switch if equipped. Check the drive belt system if the mower doesn't move or the blades will not rotate when they are engaged. This can be done by lowering the mower deck and removing any debris that obstructs your view. Here are some things you will be looking for: The main drive belts should go from a pulley on the bottom of the engine to the mower deck drive pulley and to the transmission/transaxle. These should be tight when they are engaged, and loose when the clutch is depressed (transmission drive belt), and when the mower is disengaged (mower deck drive belt). Obvious things to look for are damaged or broken belts, or loose pulleys.

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misslisakit -
August 22, 2013
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I believe you may be dealing with a blown head gasket or something with this. You may want to have a technician take a look at this so they can run a leakdown test to determine the root of the problem. I just can't think of anything other than a bad head gasket that would cause this to happen exactly how it's happening.

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Wade_B -
Sears Technician
July 13, 2013
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