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Help Finding Part (Carburetor) for Husqvarna 10530SBE

I have an older Husqvarna 10530SBE and it has a leaky carburetor. I've looked on some parts sites and can't seem to determine which of the repair kits (or replacement carbs) is the right one. Per the plaque here is all the info I have on my snow blower:

Husqvarna 10530SBE

Product# Maint. Level
961950001 01

Serial Number
101805M 004205

One site has these options - again no idea which of these, if any, is right for me. I'm also not sure if the repair kits are worth the time, or if I should just get the whole carb and swap it out:

121 497535 ! KIT-CARB OVERHAUL | (LMT 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 108, 111, 162, 165, 169) $44.95
1

121 499231 KIT-CARB OVERHAUL | (LMT 97, 99, 133, 135, 136, 157, 158, 159, 160, 166, 168) $100.60
1

121 697884 KIT-CARB OVERHAUL | (696160, 696162, 696164, 696166, 697212, 697213, 697214, 697906) $56.75
1

121 497481 KIT-CARB OVERHAUL | (LMT 63, 65, 66) $38.20
1

125 698171 CARBURETOR | (696160, 696162, 696164, 696166, 697212, 697213, 697214, 697906) $151.10
1

125 799728 ! CARBURETOR | (LMT 37, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 92, 93, 94, 96, 97, 99, 100, 108, 109,110, 111, 133, 134, 135, 136, 157, 158, 162, 165)(Gravity Feed) $149.55
1

125 499158 CARBURETOR | (LMT 159, 166, 167, 168, 169)(Pump Feed) $106.40

Any advice or help finding the right part is appreciated!
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I'd say you need the numbers off the engine, I'm guessing here but it's probably a Tecumseh engine with a number something like this: lh358sa-159628a

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What's leaking? While it runs, or left in storage? Was it left with the fuel on? Pics would really speed up the diagnosis.

Engine numbers may be stamped into the recoil shrouding assembly if it's a Tec.. If you can post a pic of the engine, we can quickly tell you what you're dealing with. Tecumseh stamped numbers along the top of the recoil assembly shrouding, sometimes hidden half way by the electric start plug assembly.

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This is what I got for my 2006 10530SBE (LH358SA-159628A)... Oregon 50-659 Carburetor Replacement for Tecumseh 640349.
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I have an older Husqvarna 10530SBE and it has a leaky carburetor. I've looked on some parts sites and can't seem to determine which of the repair kits (or replacement carbs) is the right one. Per the plaque here is all the info I have on my snow blower:

Husqvarna 10530SBE

Product# Maint. Level
961950001 01

Serial Number
101805M 004205

One site has these options - again no idea which of these, if any, is right for me. I'm also not sure if the repair kits are worth the time, or if I should just get the whole carb and swap it out:

121 497535 ! KIT-CARB OVERHAUL | (LMT 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 108, 111, 162, 165, 169) $44.95
1

121 499231 KIT-CARB OVERHAUL | (LMT 97, 99, 133, 135, 136, 157, 158, 159, 160, 166, 168) $100.60
1

121 697884 KIT-CARB OVERHAUL | (696160, 696162, 696164, 696166, 697212, 697213, 697214, 697906) $56.75
1

121 497481 KIT-CARB OVERHAUL | (LMT 63, 65, 66) $38.20
1

125 698171 CARBURETOR | (696160, 696162, 696164, 696166, 697212, 697213, 697214, 697906) $151.10
1

125 799728 ! CARBURETOR | (LMT 37, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 92, 93, 94, 96, 97, 99, 100, 108, 109,110, 111, 133, 134, 135, 136, 157, 158, 162, 165)(Gravity Feed) $149.55
1

125 499158 CARBURETOR | (LMT 159, 166, 167, 168, 169)(Pump Feed) $106.40

Any advice or help finding the right part is appreciated!
Based off of your numbers, we have the same 10530SBE. Your carburetor should be the 640349. The Tecumseh replacement is over $100. The Oregon replacement that I posted above is a direct replacement that usually costs about $15-20. Mine has been working great. I tried a rebuild kit on the original carburetor, to have it as back up, but it didn't run much better.

If you have or know a good small engines shop nearby, you may be better off having them do the work. You supply the parts.
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