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P/N C50XCRF1W017 power mate 11625615506 Kenmore Canister vac


Thanks for the inquiry and for using 
Sorry to hear of the issue you are having with locating the replacement parts for the PowerMate on this canister, I know how frustrating that is to have occur.
The model tag is typically stamped into the bottom plastic cover on the PowerMate. It will also start with 116, but will usually have a 5 vs. a 2 afterwards. 
The PowerMate models will usually be the same number except for the 5 & 2 difference. Based upon your cansiter model, I do not see a PowerMate model with the ending 6, which is a revision difference. The related PowerMate models I do see are: 116.55615500, 116.55615501, and 116.55615503. You will need to verify the number on the PowerMate to know which you have. 
From there, you can input that number into to view the parts diagrams and parts lists. 
Hope this helps and thanks for using SearsPartsDirec.tcom. We appreciate your business. 

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Jeff Wallace Sr -
Sears Technician
June 16, 2014

I need the part on the carpet attachment that turns when its on. I can't find it. Please help, Model number 11625813500 11625813500 Kenmore Canister vac


Thanks for the inquiry and for using
The reason why you don't see any of the PowerMate parts based upon canister model of 116.25813500 is because the PowerMate has its own model number, which is the same number except has a 5 after the 116 vs. a 2. So the PowerMate model is 116.55813500. This model is stamped into the lower cover of the PowerMate.
I presume the rotating piece you are referring to is the brush roller or agitator unit. Based upon the parts list for the PowerMate model, the agitator unit is part number 8192535.
For convenience, I have included a blue link below that you may click on to be directed to the PartsDirect page to view and purchase the part.

Agitator Unit for Model 116.55813500

Hope this helps and let us know if we can be of any further assistance. Thanks for using

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Jeff Wallace Sr -
Sears Technician
March 03, 2014

Electric Clutch 917273621 Lawn tractor


Hello glad to help.  Thank You for choosing Sears

I am sorry and do understand your frustration when checking on the problems of your tractor.

Glad to help out.   Im  looking at your model number 917.273621.   Looking at the "electric clutch".

If the meter reads below 2.40 ohms or above 2.90 ohms, then the clutch has failed and needs to be replaced.  It sure sounds as you know what you are doing but if needed here is instructions to test also if electric clutch is good or bad. 

1.  Lift the utility vehicle up with a floor jack. Place two jack stands under the front frame and two jack stands under the rear frame, so the wheels sit above the pavement. Provide enough clearance to look under the mower deck and see the clutch drive assembly. Refer to your owner's manual for the battery location. Some riding seats tilt up for battery access. Place the positive lead of a voltmeter on the red, positive post on the battery.

2.  Place the negative voltmeter lead on a good engine source. Read the volts. If the battery output indicates 12.5 volts or below, charge the battery. The PTO clutch will not engage without sufficient voltage.

3.  Look for the in-line fuse between the electrical wiring harness from the lever switch to the PTO clutch assembly under the deck. Unscrew the cap wires to the fuse and look at the fuse filament. If the fuse appears black or the filament has blown, replace the fuse with the same ampere rating as the original.

4.  Start the engine and let it warm up. Activate the lever to engage the clutch. From a distance, look underneath the deck and check for mower blade operation. If you hear a squealing noise, shut the engine off and remove the ignition key. Disconnect the negative battery cable with a socket.

5.  Slide under the mower deck and remove any broken branches, twigs or other obstacles that might have jammed between the pulley and drive belt. Check the belt for tension by engaging the lever and feeling the tension on the belt. Replace any frayed, cut or worn drive pulley belts. Make the sure the idler pulley moves freely back and forth on its swivel.

6.  Reconnect the negative battery cable with a socket. Insert the ignition key. Start the engine. Activate the PTO engagement lever, then disengage it. Turn it on and off several times. If you do not hear a disengagement noise or see the power takeoff pulley stopping or slowing down at any time, it indicates the clutch and plates have galled together from excessive heat, or the slip ring has jammed. This will necessitate a clutch removal and internal inspection.

7.  Pull off the main power wire that goes to the PTO clutch assembly. This is located on the clutch side. Turn the wire jack toward you, but pull yourself back away from the deck as far as possible. With the battery connected and engine turned off, place the negative alligator lead of a test light to a ground source. Place the probe of the test light inside the wire connector, attaching it to the red lead that leads to the PTO clutch.

8.  Activate the PTO clutch lever and look for the bulb to illuminate from the test light. No illumination means the engagement switch has failed at the lever-switch position. If the battery voltage reads correctly and the in-line fuse checks out, the lever switch will be the problem.

9.  Use wire strippers to cut a length of jumper wire that will reach from the positive post on the battery to the red power lead inside the PTO wire jack. Make sure you connect the battery cables. Connect one end of the jumper wire to the positive side of the battery and the other end to the positive, red wire inside the PTO wire jack.

10.  Listen for the click of engagement. If you can hear nothing, the problem lies within the electrical circuit of the PTO clutch assembly, most likely at the rotor and armature location.

electric clutch per model 917.273621

If you have further questions please let me know.
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Larry L -
Sears Technician
August 26, 2013