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Fixya does not sell Sears parts.

Craftsman Garden | Answered on Sep 18, 2019


Craftsman Garden | Answered on Sep 14, 2019

Most transaxles will have a disc brake on the side, if the brake is binding on the disc this will slow it down, on the side of the axle there will be a nyloc adjuster nut, by turning this anti clockwise you will free the brake.

Craftsman Garden | Answered on Sep 08, 2019

Go to they have a free download for this model.

Craftsman Garden | Answered on Sep 08, 2019

There should be 2 support brackets on each side that hold the belt in place and stop the belt from oscillating. Make sure the brackets are there and the belt is resting in them and you have the belt in the tensioner correctly.

Craftsman Garden | Answered on Sep 05, 2019

What will replace Sears 5-23 snowblower auger grease ronex ed#1

Craftsman Garden | Answered on Sep 01, 2019

Sears Parts Direct shows the parts diagram on page 24 of the user manual for the 247.770130. The parts list starts on the next page. The manual is available here: .The direct link to the PDF version of the manual is currently . You can also find the parts diagram here: .

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Cindy Wells

Craftsman Garden | Answered on Aug 25, 2019

Without seeing it in person. I would be sure fuel is not restricted by a clogged filter or varnish and debris in carb. Check vent in fuel cap , it must have one. Some engines can have a valve stick when hot, usually the exhaust valve, it will turn over very freely . Then next would be a faulty ignition module/coil.

Craftsman Garden | Answered on Aug 20, 2019

Check the fuel system to make sure there are no restrictions. Look inside the tank to see if there is any material that can move at the bottom of the tank causing a blockage of fuel.

Craftsman Garden | Answered on Aug 15, 2019

If the plug will not tighten, and it is the correct plug, then unfortunately the thread has pulled out, it is now a new cylinder head, or a heli coil to repair the pulled thread, you can buy 14mm heli coil kits to do it yourself, however if you have never done one, then its a job for the local dealer, or engineer.

Craftsman Garden | Answered on Jul 23, 2019

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