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01-29-05, 05:50 AM   #1  
Engin Manual?

Hi I have a CRAFTSMAN II Snowblower. In the manual for the unit it says I have a Tecumseh 4-cycle 8.hp engin model HMSK80-155448S does anyone know were I can get the engine manual for it. The unit is getting hard to start so I think either I have clog in the fuel line or the carb is dirty.I have already changed the plug on the unit. Thanks

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01-29-05, 10:14 AM   #2  
Go here http://www.cpdonline.com/692509.pdf
That should be what you want.


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02-02-05, 05:46 AM   #3  
Is it a L-Head or OHV??

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02-08-05, 10:29 AM   #4  
L-head. If you do not want to waste your paper and ink, you can buy the manual at any Tecumseh shop...Part # 740049, for around 9 bucks.

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11-25-12, 02:02 PM   #5  
Were you able to get/find the manual? I also need to service my carb.

If possible, can someone post a link to a PDF?

Thank you.

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11-25-12, 02:32 PM   #6  
Hello: Robert

This thread is very old...

Notice the date? 01-29-05....YIKES!!!!....

Located in upper left hand corner just above members name Bmarshall.

Best if you repost it in a NEW THREAD. Not a reply to thread.

Also better to include lots more specifics and details too.

Manual of Make, Model and (Brand) with model number also....

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12-01-12, 09:43 PM   #7  
Thanks, next time I shall.

Wanted to say thanks all the same.
Found my service information in the forums and my snow thrower is tip top now.

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