Question about Craftsman Garden
You can go to the Sears.com site and see most of what you need to find. Just enter in that engine #. Also go to parts tree.com and see most of their diagrams and print them off to make it easier to work on unit.
Posted on Jun 17, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
on the crank gear there is a circle punched in one of the teeth.then the cam gear has a punch mark between two of the teeth.those two marks must thouch each other.the tooth on the crank will be in between the two cam gear teeth.then the air gap between the flywheel and the magnito is 0.012" .....................hope this helps,let me know
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
take off knob that holds on the spool on bottom of weedwacker, remove spool, there are notches around the outside splines on the bottom of the spool. (the bottom is the end that fits up into the spool housing. there are 2 little holes opposite one another on the spool - one on each section. Cut two lengths of line about 6 feet long. stick line into first hole (near bottom of unit) wrap line around spool. once wrapped line gets short - to the point where you cant wrap it anymore - stick the end into one of the notches - do the same with the other line - insert spool back into housing - make sure spring is attached to the spool and lines come out of the holes in the housing - reinsert knob and tighten - make sure as you are doing this you unseat the ends of the lines off of the notches on the spool and they are out through the housing - tighten knob and you should be good to go
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
This condition indicates that the float and needle in the carburetor are stuck open. The only solution is to disassemble and clean the carburetor. Make sure that there is no fuel in your oil. If so, change the oil, remove the plug, turn engine several times to put oil back to where it needs to be (fuel acts as a thinner), replace plug and you should be ready to start.
Posted on Aug 08, 2011
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