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post #1 of 14 Old 11-30-2018, 07:22 PM Thread Starter
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Replacement Electric Starter

I am looking for a starter motor to replace the one that died on my 826. The P/N on the dead starter is 396469. Is there an alternative starter that will fit and work for this engine (P/N 190402-0989-99)?
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396469 = 393488 or 393609 or 396505

My understanding is the different numbers are the same basic 120 Volt starter but the plug and switch housing might be a bit different.
Any chance yours might be rebuildable or the it's just needing a new bendix (drive gear) ??

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In my experience with them it's the bendix about 90% of the time. Clean them up, lightly lube the shaft, start/stop it a couple times and re-insttall. Good to go.

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Those starters are now NLA!!!!!!!! Best Bet is to find a repair shop in and around your Town.

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Thanks for the advice!
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I just purchased a 37000 starter that looks like a rebuilt. I haven’t put it in the snowblower yet but tried it in my hand under power. My question is, while holding the start button in, should the gear remain extended out all the way when I hold the button in? Mine extends all the way but retracts partially a second later.
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It should extend out so that it's in full contact with the ring gear on the flywheel. I haven't actually held one and watched it but you might be seeing the gear spinning up against the spring, compressing the spring and then the spring pushing back just a bit after it's absorbed the shock of the gear compressing it. That would be normal operation.


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I’ll put it on to try it. Thanks
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I installed it and it works really well.
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