Model #536884252 CRAFTSMAN Snowthrower, Gas

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Spark plug 536.884252 536884252 Craftsman Snow thrower

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CARBURETOR KIT 536884252

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Thanks for the inquiry and for being a valued member.

Based upon the snow thrower model of 536.884252, we show this uses a Tecumseh engine with a model of 143.943071. 

Based upon the engine model number and the part number for the original carburetor of 632560A, I do not see a rebuild kit applicable for that carburetor. The original carb has been discontinued and has substituted for carburetor part number 640092A. If you have the new carburetor, the rebuild kit part number is 49-019. However, if you have the original carburetor, you will need to either purchase the components singly, or replace the carburetor to the updated version if cleaning doesn't help. I have linked the parts page below for convenience.

Carburetor Schematic for Model 143.943071

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Jeff Wallace Sr -
Sears Technician
November 17, 2014
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replacing pull rope on snowblower model# 536-884252P

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Having to work on an appliance can be quite a challenge. I have taken the time to do some research on the Manage My Life website and have found some information that you may find useful. While you are waiting for an expert to reply I have attached a link below. Hope you find provided information useful.

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Priscilla V -
January 10, 2011
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The starter has a coil spring that rewinds the cord after you pull and then release. I have attached a drawing of the starter broken down so you can see the spring. If you have never wound a starter spring up, I do not recommend it. At the very least, you may want to go to You Tube and search out some videos to get an idea of what you'll be dealing with. The problem is that the spring is very thin spring steel and if it gets away from you it's about like juggling a blade. If you're just replacing the starter cord, that's a much simpler task.

Thank you for using Manage My Life!

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XX Wade_ -
Sears Technician
January 11, 2011
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