Question about Craftsman 675 Torque 190cc 21" RearBag Push Lawn Mower ()
Will not turn over
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I Have a Craftsman 675 Series
There is one thing fairly easy you can try. You take the aluminum bowl (bottom) off the carburetor. There will be a brass bolt with a washer holding it on. When you do this the carb will leak gas so you should drain the fuel first or stick something under the carb to collect it. There will also be a gasket between the bowl and carb body. Don't mess it up. The bowl should be cleaned and have no residue or dirt or water in it..the brass bolt is the big concern here though. Inspect it closely ...tiny holes in the smooth part above the threads...and bottom...make sure they are clear. Use carb cleaner Dont enlarge any of the holes...clean with toothpicks, no metal....this is the main jet to the carb. Try it.
Posted on Jun 11, 2010
SOURCE: My craftsman 675 push mower
I have 2 possibilities.
The easy fix...it is possible that your fuel tank is forming a vacuum and causing the engine to run out of gas. this is usually caused by a fuel cap that has lost its "insides" which allows the cap to seal against the tank, instead of venting.
The harder fix...if it is taking 20+ minutes before it will restart, it is probably overheating the ignition module. Make sure that the oil level and quality are good. Low oil, or old, thin oil doesn't cool as well and will allow the engine to overheat. An overheated ignition module will most likely need to be replaced.
Posted on Sep 26, 2010
SOURCE: where is the carburetor on
The carburetor would be located BEHIND the air filter housing and air inlet tube. The air filter housing should have a removable (by screw or clip) cover.
Posted on Apr 13, 2011
SOURCE: Craftsman 675 Torque 190cc 21"
If your carburetor has sat for a few months with fuel in it, the fuel may have gone bad. Fuel turns to turpentine after a while and leaves light yellow deposits behind. These deposits will keep your carb. from working properly.You need to dip the carb. in carburetor dip for a few hours to get rid of the deposits. You can also take the carb. to your local parts store where they may do it for free.
You may also have to replace the gasket and needle valve too if it has been sitting. So basically, you need to do a carburetor rebuild. If the float sounds like it has liquid in it, you will need to replace it too.
Posted on Aug 13, 2011
Is battery powered, did you try calling sears tech center for further info ?
i have found them to be very helpfull with mower problems.
Posted on Sep 12, 2012
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