I like my cultivator. Due to the size, I've been able to locate my garden rows closer together. I found parts manuals for the cultivator on both the Home Depot and the Powermate Outdoor web pages for the cultivator. It looks like very few of the carburetor parts are available separately but there is a complete carburetor assembly. Try doing a search online using the carburetor's part number. That should help you find a supplier.
Hi Beverly I did not see this item on the repair list best to call 1-800-737-2112. You will need the Model no. is PCV43. Lots of parts are on back order so might be best to take to a small engine repair place and have them fix it
Please contact Powermate Product Services at 1-800-737-2112 for further assistance with your replacement part needs.
Nothing in the manual or part list. Similar cultivators call for molylithium type grease. Check to see if the case is marked with a spec. If there is a drain port I would guess a gear oil or similar would be appropriate.
I bought it on line and for $8.99 they delivered it to my home in less than 24 hrs great little machine . Dry easy to assemble. Ted7
a good small cultivator that gets the job done. A bit difficult to hold on to at times
At least 4 inches
Probably the clutch arms (dogs) have rusted and wont move Most likrly the case if it has set for a long time. dismantle and loosen up the dogs. Dont use much grease or it will get on the clutch surface. Maybe chain saw oil very little if any. If worn clutch surface would come on gradually and might make a noise. Probably just stuck. Recommend you use ethanol free fuel.
Check the Manufacturer's
I am in Alabama