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Hello I am new so I am sorry if the subject was covered but a search did not come back with anything. I picked up a 755 Model 1691413 S/N 004563 and its in pretty good shape I cleaned the carb and got her running but I am getting gas flowing out of the primer bulb. I rechecked the needle and it seems to be seating in nice. I cannot find any holes but I suspect the float is filling with fuel and letting too much gas flow by. I would like to just get a carb kit but I cannot tell what model engine I have. No engine plate that I can find. Is there a cast stamp anywhere? I know it is a Tecumseh but that is all. Can anyone help or if you think I am way off please feel free to guide me
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Hello and welcome to the forum gp42gpw. Tecumseh engine numbers should be stamped into the top of the recoil assembly. If you have electric start, the numbers are probably hidden underneath the switch block.
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Thank you it does have an electric start. It does not work but I will pull it tomorrow.
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I pulled the starter and there is no markings at all. Can anyone help and tell me the engine models that came on this blower? Did the two types use the same carb? Anyone know the carb number?
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I found some info I hope it can helps others if you end up in this postion. the engine to the best of my knowledge is either a H70 or HSK70 the carb did have numbers stamped in it but I had a hard time crossing them I did find that it crossed to part number 632371 and I ordered the float needle and gasket.
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I found some info I hope it can helps others if you end up in this postion. the engine to the best of my knowledge is either a H70 or HSK70 the carb did have numbers stamped in it but I had a hard time crossing them I did find that it crossed to part number 632371 and I ordered the float needle and gasket.
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Late to the game.. but that Carb can be had on Amazon for $30! I have the same snowblower (well I have it to fix for a friend). Unfortunately even after a new carb - that engine never ran correctly. I got it running enough -but it was fussy.. First storm my buddy blew the engine.. So I have the Electric starter avail for sale if you need it

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Needle and seat is a good idea, then set the float as follows:
"Proper float setting will require the use of TecumsehPower tool part number 670377 or a 11/64" drill bit. The procedure for setting the float height is as follows. Remove the bowl gasket, then hold the carburetor in the inverted position. Place the tool across the carburetor body opposite and parallel to the float hinge pin. Adjust the float height by bending the tab on the float until it touches"
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I have an 755E and the engine info on mine is right behind the black electric start plug. Mine has the engine spec ie(mine is H70) and the exact engine info number, mine is 130261L. So if you search tecumseh 130261L you get info on it. Hope it helps you they are well made.
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