Model #536884822 CRAFTSMAN Snowthrower, Gas

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snowblower 536-884822

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Based upon the Tecumseh engine model of 143.945001, this engine will use a Champion spark plug, part number RJ19LM. That is a very common plug, and will be available locally for purchase. We recommend to gap the plug to .030. 

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Jeff Wallace Sr -
Sears Technician
February 24, 2015
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Breather element 536884822 Craftsman Snowthrower

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I am sorry to hear of the issue you're having with the snow thrower dying under load. I know how frustrating that can be.

I would suspect an internal carburetor issue, and more than likely a partially plugged main jet that is starving the engine of fuel under load. 

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.  I would recommend putting the adjustment back to the original factory setting, which should be a turn and a quarter from in.

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Jeff Wallace Sr -
Sears Technician
February 09, 2015
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ineed to replace the starting cord; can't find info

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Replacing a part can be tricky, we all need assistance from time to time. While your waiting on an expert response you can visit your local Sears repair shop. I have provided a link below to locate your local repair shop. I hope this helps!

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Jacqueline S -
October 03, 2010
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Thank you for your question. To replace the starter rope on the recoil you have to remove the small screws securing the recoil to the blower housing. I recommend replacing the complete recoil instead of just the rope. There is a spring in the recoil that can come out. The spring is under tension and can cause serious injury if you are not careful. The cost of the complete recoil is $19.53 plus shipping. If you still would like to replace just the rope, please click on the following link. This link is a video I have found that shows how to replace the recoil rope. This is the best video I have found.

How to replace the rope in a recoil starter .

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Mark T -
Sears Technician
October 04, 2010
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Mark, I am looking for the complete recoil that you mentioned for the same model in your parts department but i can not find it. Could you point me in the right direction

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mitch -
January 05, 2015
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