Model #190-653A Agri-fab cart/dump cart attachment

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Q:

What type of oil do I use for Craftsman Pressure Washer model# 580-750193

A:

Thank you for your question.

I am sorry but the model number you have submitted did not pull up for me. I do not want to give you information from a different model because not all the pressure washers use the same oil. The pressure washer has oil in the engine and the pump and they are different. Most engines use SAE30 motor oil. If you could please double check, the model number and specify if you need the information for the pump or the engine.

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Mark T.

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Mark T -
Sears Technician
October 04, 2010
Q:

My Craftsman push mower, 2 years old, has gas coming out of red prime hole and the air filter is soaked with gas.

A:

Gasoline leaks out of the primer hole because the needle on the float inside the carburetor is not stopping the flow of gasoline into the float bowl. The bowl overfills with gasoline and the fuel goes up into the carburetor and probably into the oil as well. Check the oil before running the engine and if there is fuel in the oil, change the oil.

The problem is usually caused by debris from the fuel line between the fuel tank and the carburetor getting into the seat in the carburetor where the needle valve on the float assembly stops the flow of fuel into the carburetor.

You can probably repair the problem by removing the carburetor from the engine. Remove the fuel bowl on the bottom of the carburetor and clean the debris from the seat. Replace the fuel line from the fuel tank to the carburetor. The debris usually comes from the deteriorating fuel line.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
July 20, 2009
Q:

Convert ccs into horsepower.

A:

Thank you for your question.

I can understand wanting to know how the cc listing compare to horsepower.

It is like trying to compare apples to oranges.

There is no real good way to do this.

The process of calculating CCs as related to torque is different than horse power.

There are so many factors in the rpm of the motor whether it is an in block or overhead valve engine. ect.

If using the CCs to torques and the RPM that is the manufacture standard of 3600 RPM your motor is approximately 6.5 h.p.

I hope this is close enough for you use.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
April 18, 2011