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What's the difference between the two? Wouldn't they both do the same?

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Yes. They both perform the same function but you need to figure out which one you need.
 

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Can you try to assemble and post a photo of some of the larger pieces to get an idea of what blew up ??

From the parts diagram it looks like the plastic fan should have a cutout on the OD to fit around the magnet that triggers the magneto.
The one posted by 43128 doesn't have that cutout - - > Tecumseh Flywheel Fan 5HP LAV50 Part 610934 | eBay
Does your flywheel (part no. 224) have the external magneto and that magnet in the parts drawing mounted on it ??

 

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Can't help you with a part, but I have experience replacing one of those plastic fans. They are held in place by simple pressure. To install a replacement, soak the new one in very hot water for a few minutes, then slip it on over the flywheel, it will tighten it's grip as it cools. You could also use a heat gun to warm it up, just be careful not to over cook the plastic. Keep the gun moving. Obviously, you can use the same technique to remove the fan.
 

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Can you try to assemble and post a photo of some of the larger pieces to get an idea of what blew up ??

From the parts diagram it looks like the plastic fan should have a cutout on the OD to fit around the magnet that triggers the magneto.
The one posted by 43128 doesn't have that cutout - - > Tecumseh Flywheel Fan 5HP LAV50 Part 610934 | eBay
Does your flywheel (part no. 224) have the external magneto and that magnet in the parts drawing mounted on it ??

There is no external magneto. The pieces are black in color, lots and lots of pieces that I couldn't put back together.
 

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