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12-22-06, 12:51 PM   #1  
Any one in north America

I've been trying to get a wiring diagram for a Sears 30" snow blower
Sears can't ( or won't) supply one nor will MTD ( who possibly made the "Craftsman" machine I would be very happy if someone out there could supply a diagram or tell me where i can obtain one. Thanks Nimrod in Ontario Canada

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12-22-06, 01:15 PM   #2  
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12-22-06, 02:22 PM   #3  
I believe folks would need more info on the 30" Sears blower to help try to locate diagram. Perhaps you could supply Model # and other identification.

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12-23-06, 05:38 AM   #4  

Regarding the Sears snow blower
It is a 2006 model C950-52451-1 9.5 HP 29 inch
serial # 75638237511KE203
Purchaed in Canada

The blower has an electric switch to move the direction of the chute
The light appeas to be on at all times when enginr is running

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12-26-06, 12:54 PM   #5  
Not being from Canada but being well familiar with throwers, I'd say you have a Murray produced unit, not an MTD. The C950 is consistent with Murray's equipment but it is nothing I have lookup for at my shop, probably due to it being manufactured in Canada, not the US. As for the wiring, it should have a Tecumseh engine and merely have a single black wire coming from the stator which is a 18 watt AC system. It is good for running a light and perhaps heated grips. The output will be a minimum of 10V AC at 3600rpm. Engine numbers will be more helpful in this case as well as color and number of wires in the system.

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