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Go to Sears.com, parts. They probably have one on line you can down load..
Posted on Nov 20, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The voltage from the alternator is AC, and will increase/decrease with the engine speed, so when checking, run the engine at full throttle. 1/2 of the alternator is not used, the other 1/2 is used to power the light. Also, inspect the light harness plug-in just above or below the starter. Check for being disconnected, burnt, or wiring pinched around the starter mounting area. Lastly, check the bulb with a 12 volt battery, connecting one bulb spade to the + connection of the battery, and the other spade to the - connection.
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
Ok On your machine somewhere is a serial number plate. The number will begin with 917. Go to the Sears PARTS DIRECT and enter that whole number and your machine will come up.
Posted on Dec 01, 2009
well if it is a walk behind style it could be the drive is out of adjustment, also craftsman were famous for the cable mounts bending and that will throw them out of adjustment. follow the traction drive linkage down to the base of the blowe and there should be an adjustment, or it will be under the belt gaurd or even on the handle on some.
Posted on Feb 04, 2010
check the bearings in the auger sounds like the froze up and now they need to be replaced (the smoking you saw was from the belts slipping on the pullies)..good luck
Posted on Apr 14, 2010
SOURCE: how to remove bent augers
There is no repair manual for Craftsman snowthrowers including the Husqvarna built ones like yours. Sears trains their techs to repair these, but not the general public.
Here is the operators manual. It includes detail parts listings so you should be able to go off them to tear the unit apart.
I suggest you split the snowthrower from the power unit and put it on a workbench at a convieninet height for you to work from.
On page 22 of the manual is a parts breakdown of the impeller/blower area. Use this to tear your unit apart.
Feel free to ask anymore questions.
Posted on Jan 11, 2011
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