Model #917386150 CRAFTSMAN Walk Behind Lawnmower, Gas

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Lawn Mower 917.386150

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I really wasn't able to find much information on your model on how to rebuild your carburetor. A suggestion that I have for you while you wait on an expert response is to go onto the Sears.com website and locate a local repair shop nearest you. I have attached a link below for you to view. I hope the link that I have provided you gives you some kind of guidance. http://www.sears.com/shc/s/StoreLocatorView?storeId=10153&catalogId=12605&langId=-1&adCell=WF

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Alina F. -
October 29, 2010
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This carburetor does not have a repair kit for it. The manufacturer of the engine has gone out of business and the parts are being manufactured by another company now (Oregon) and they have no plans to make a rebuild kit available for this carb for the time being. That may or may not change with time.

The part number for the complete carburetor is 632795A. You can order it HERE to have it shipped to your home.

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XX Wade_ -
Sears Technician
October 30, 2010
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Thanks very much for the information. I can't quite tell from the picture, but is the primer bulb part of the carburator assembly? In my parts list, the individual carburator parts are listed with separate numbers. Can I buy the individual parts? The engine will start after I pump on the primer blub 7 or 8 times and will run if I keep pumping the primer bulb until the engine warms up. Then it runs rough. Recently after it has been running very rough for a while, it dies ( sounds like no gas). The carburator is not flooding the engine so maybe I don't need the float valve. Could you tell me what parts are likely to be bad and need replacement? Is there an instruction manual some where with directions for removing and cleaning this carburator?

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jcrichar33 -
October 30, 2010
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There does not appear to be a rebuild kit available for this carburetor. So the option is to either replace the whole carburetor or to go into and try to clean it all up. Right off I would say to check the float and needle to make sure it's not sticking closed. I attached the service sheets on the carburetor. You will need to get carb/choke cleaner to clean the carb. It is easier to clean it all out if you take it off the engine. You may try a youtube search for "Tecumseh carb clean" to see what videos will come up. Currently, I dont have a particular one saved for reference.

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XX Wade_ -
Sears Technician
October 30, 2010
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