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Q:

Tablesaw HP

A:

Thank you for your question on the HP of the table saw.

The horse on the motor plate is the motor manufacturers rating.

Motor horse power rating versus developed horse power rating.

DEVELOPED HORSEPOWER is the saw manufacturers rating with the size of the blade in the equation, the developed H.P. is the maximum H.P. output when the unit is under load in the cutting operation.

It is at the point when the cutting object first touches the blade and top speed.

I think it is an industry measurement for marketing purposes.

I hope this will help.

Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
November 18, 2011
Q:

crafstman snowblower 6.5 hp

A:

Thank you for your question.

By the limited details I would suspect the problem is in the carburetor. If the engine will not run with the choke completely off I suspect the carburetor needs to be cleaned. What happens is the main jet or the small passages in the carburetor become partly plugged and you have to keep the choke on a little for the engine to run well. I recommend cleaning the carburetor. To clean the carburetor first remove the spark plug wire and tip the snow blower onto its nose. Then locate and remove the main jet securing the float bowl to the carburetor. Make sure to watch for the o-ring that seals the float bowl to the carburetor. Set the o-ring aside so it does not get sprayed with carb cleaner. The carb cleaner will swell the o-ring and it can not be reused. Next, clean the small holes of the main jet wit a bread tie wire and carb cleaner. The float bowl needs to be cleaned also. You can use carb cleaner and a scotch brite pad. Set the float and the main jet aside. With the straw attached to the carb cleaner, spray carb cleaner up in to the tube of the carburetor where the main jet threads. This will flush out the emulsion tube. After it is flushed, you can reassemble the carburetor. Please make sure to place the o-ring onto the carburetor before installing the float bowl.

Tip the snow blower back down and check the operation. If you still have a problem, I recommend replacing the carburetor.

I hope this is helpful. Please reply below with any additional questions you might have. Thank you for using Manage my life.

Mark T.

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Mark T -
Sears Technician
February 01, 2011
Q:

3.0 hp Outboard motor

A:

Thank you for your question on the mix for the outboard motor.

I believe these engines require a 25:1 ratio.

If you use a today’s quality outboard 2 cycles oil you may be able to get up to a 32:1 mix.

I hope this will help.

Thank you for using Manage My Life.

Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
September 06, 2011
A:

Thank you for your question on the oil fill plug for the lower unit. That is the oil fill hole for the lower unit. They require an 80/90 lower unit marine lube if you decide to change it. Since you just got it you may want to remove the screw to check the oil level it should be just below the screw opening and a nice clean oil color with no grey milky look to the oil. I you decide that you need to change it then you will take the lower screw out also to drain it into a pan. This screw should be down by the prop at top of the scag. I have included a video that shows you how to replace the lower unit oil. Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
July 31, 2012
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