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Leaking gas cap 247374320 Craftsman Mower

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Thanks for the inquiry and for being a valued member.

I am sorry to hear of the issues you've had with the Kohler engine's fuel cap. I know how inconvenient that is to have happen.

I don't see any issue with the fuel cap from the manufacturer. I've seen instances where the fuel caps can warp slightly from heat or direct sunlight for prolonged periods of time, which would make them difficult to take off or thread on. It's hard to say where the issue is stemming from, but I believe a replacement fuel cap will solve the issue for you.

For convenience, I have linked a replacement cap for the engine below. Just click the link to be directed to the Sears Parts site to purchase when needed.

Fuel Cap for Kohler PH-XT675-2044

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

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Jeff Wallace Sr -
Sears Technician
November 04, 2014
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A relative that owns this same model has this issue, leaking from the filler cap with the cap fully locked in place. Inspection of the filler neck opening found that it is oval in shape, and not round. This was confirnpmed by measurements. The oval shape makes it very difficult to get the gas cap on, and the oval shape also means the rubber gasket in the cap won't completely seal with the filler neck. This is where the gas is leaking from. The oval shape of the fuel tank filler neck is probably due to a problem during the moulding of the fuel tank. Leaking gasoline is a serious safety issue that needs to be fixed. I'd like to find out if it is possible to get a new tank to replace the defective one.

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Dennis -
May 02, 2015
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I can confirm the warping of the fill mouth of the gas tank. This is my third season with my Craftsman (Kohler Courage) mower and the gas now flows quite visibly down from the gas cap during mowing. The cap itself had become increasingly difficult to put on and upon inspection, the cap and o-ring are in great shape, but the mouth of the tank opening is visibly warped into an oval, so much so that the cap o-ring no longer mates to the mouth surface for a good seal. My neighbor purchased the identical mower on my recommendation and upon asking, his has also begun to leak gas from the cap!! I expect Sears/Kohler will rectify this annoying and dangerous manufacturer defect. Please respond as to what steps should be taken and thanks in advance.

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Doug -
May 24, 2015
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Follow up: Jeff had mentioned warping due to heat and long periods in the sun. My mower comes out to mow my 1/4 acre of grass about once a week during our very short, very mild NY summers and then it goes immediately into the garage again. It is stored in the basement during the winter. The engine oil is replaced every season and has never run low. I cannot imagine how temperature would be a factor in my case.

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Doug -
May 24, 2015
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Any update on this problem? My gas is leaking just like yours. Sears saids nothing is wrong.

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KEN -
June 01, 2015
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I am also having this problem my mower also has a noticeable oval shaped opening where the cap goes on which clearly as mentioned by Doug will not allow the undamaged o-ring to seal properly and living in this mountainous region where I have hills throughout my yard I continually lose large amounts of fuel out of my mower. This issue needs addressed immediately because we're just getting into summer and as the temperature rises the risk of an accidental fire/explosion resulting in injury and or death is more probable. Not to mention the EPA's take on the matter of fuel dripping off the mower into the environment where the owner does'nt notice the issue and it isn't taken care of. This matter needs taken care of immediately.

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ben -
June 07, 2015
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I have the same problem. The gas cap leaks AND it has become very difficult to replace the cap. It appears the gas tank opening is warped. This is a fire hazard and pollutes the environment. My mower is less than 2 years old.

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Thomas -
June 15, 2015
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I have the exact same condition. There needs to be a recall. The defective tank opening is warped into an oval shape and can't seal the fuel. My mower is just over a year old. My last Craftsman with Tecumseh engine never leaked fuel. It still had its original plastic cap and tank. It lasted more than twenty years. It guess wasn't allergic to sunlight. I am gonna try to obtain warranty service or replacement.

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PAGE -
June 18, 2015
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I, too, have the same problem. I thought it was just me. I purchased the mower in April, 2013. It came with a Kohler Courage XT 6.75 149cc engine. At first, the gas cap leaked a bit, but now, at times, the fuel is streaming out. Obviously, this is not safe. Has anyone had a success in getting either Sears or Kohler to address this issue?

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markus -
July 09, 2015
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I have the same engine on my Toro, I mow with a 1/4 tank of gas and it still leaks on hills. I also have a Kohler courage on my cub cadet and have had a lot of problems over the years, i bought both thinking the kohler was a superior product, Not any more!

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George -
July 11, 2015
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Q:

turn plate stop working and no longer heat food JVM1540DM2CC Ge Microwave

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A few microwaves have a fuse but most times no heat is caused by a faulty magnetron especially if everything else works

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Chris7966 -
Sears Technician
November 09, 2015
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I need to know what oil filter to buy for my Craftsman T1000 Lawn Tractor, Model #247.203701 247.203701

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Thanks for the inquiry and for using SearsPartsDirect.com.
You are correct, in order to find anything engine related such as the oil filter, air filter, or spark plug; you will need to input the engine model number into SearsPartsDirect.com. 
The engine model is stamped onto the engine, but based upon tractor 247.203701, I see the engine model is 4P90HU. Based upon that engine model, the oil filter is part number 951-12690. 
In regards to the drain plug with the square head, you are also correct about using a 3/8" ratchet with an extension (if needed) to remove the plug, they work great for that. There are 'special' square head drain plug removers that come in various sizes (almost like allens), but they price at about $15-$30. If you have a 3/8" ratchet, that should work like a charm. 
For convenience, I have provided a blue link below that you may click on to be directed to the SearsParts site to view and purchase the needed oil filter. 

Oil Filter for Model 4P90HU

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

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Jeff Wallace Sr -
Sears Technician
July 19, 2014
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This is more or less a complaint. I had A Crafsman riding mower for well over 20 years. When I needed a part there was in the owner's manual a list of all parts and the part number. It also included the amount of oil in ounces that went into the crankcase along with the psi in the front and back tires, plus a whole plethora of data for maintaining your equipment in A1 shape. I have made 2 calls about how many ounces of oil goes into the crankcase with a new filter and how many ounces of oil goes into the crankcase without changing the filter. No one has been able to provide me with that data. The old manual was a super aid. The new manual is not worth destroying trees for.

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Salvatore -
November 03, 2015
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