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Owner's Manual I I 10 Horse Power CHIPPER - SHREDDER Model No . 247.775890 E CAUTION : Before using this product , read this manual and follow all Safety Rules and Operating Instructions . Sears , Roebuck and Co . , Hoffman Estates , IL 60179 , U . S . A . Printed in U . S . A . 770 - 081gA
Content Page Content Page Warranty information 2 Service & Adjustment 15 Safe Operation Practices 3 Off - Season Storage 18 Assembly 5 Trouble - Shooting 19 Operation 8 Parts List 20 Maintenance 12 One - Year Warranty on Craftsman Chipper - Shredder For one year from the date of purchase , when this Craftsman chipper - shredder is maintained , lubricated , and tuned up according to the operating and maintenance instructions inthe operator's manual , Sears will repair , free of charge , any defect in material or workmanship . This warranty excludes the blades , chipper blades , flails , air cleaners , spark plugs , catcher bags and tires which are expendable parts and become worn during normal use . If this chipper - shredder is used for commercial or rental purposes , this warranty applies for only 30 days from the date of purchase . WARRANTY SERVICE iS AVAILABLE BY CONTACTING THE NEAREST SEARS SERVICE CENTER IN THE UNITED STATES . THIS WARRANTY APPLIES ONLY WHILE THIS PRODUCT IS IN USE IN THE UNITED STATES . This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rightswhich vary from state to , state . Sears , Roebuck and Co . , D / 817WA , Hoffman Estates , IL 60179 Theseaccessories were availablewhenthechipper - shredderwaspurchesed . They are also availableat most Sears retailoutlets , andservice centers . MostSeamstorescan Tow HitchKit Spark Air Engine Gas Stabilizer orderrepairpartsfor youwhen Plug Filter Oil Can youprovidethe modelnumber of yourchipper - shredder . PRODUCT SPECIFICATION Model Number . . . . . . . . . . 24 , , . 7 , ' . , . , ' _ ' , 5.8,9,0 , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Horsepower : . 10H.R Serial Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CrankcaseCapacity : 40 oz . SAE 30 ENGINE OIL Date of Pumhasa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fuel TankCapacity : . 4 Quart ( UNLEADED ) Record both sedal number and date of purchase and SparkPlugType ChampionRC14YC keep in a safe place for future reference . SparkPlugGap . 030 " Tire Pressure 24 PSI 2
Thissymbolpointsoutimportantsafetyinstructionswhichi , fnotfollowedc , ouldendangethreper - I sonasl afetyand / or propertyof yourselfand others . Read and follow all instructionsinthis manual before attemptingto operate your chippershredder . Failure to complywiththese instructionsmay resultin per - sonal injury . When you see this symbol - - heed its warning . Yourchipper - shredderwas built to be operated according to the rules for safe operation in DANGER : this manual . As with any type of power equipment , carelessnessor error on the partof the oper - ator can result inserious injury . If you violate any of these rules , you may cause serious injury to yourself or others . to cause cancer , birth defects or other reproductive harm . , _ WARNING : The Engine Exhaust from this product contains chemicals known to the State of Califomia opening , or near any moving part while the engine is GENERALOPERATION running . Keep clear of the discharge opening at all Read this owner's guide carefully in itsentirety before times . If it becomes necessary to push material intothe attempting to assemble this machine . Read , chipper chute or shredder hopper , use a small understand , and follow all instructions on the machine diameter stick , NOT YOUR HANDS . and in the manual ( s ) before operation . Be completely â¢ If it is necessary for any reason to unclog the feed familiar with the controls and the proper use of the intake or discharge openings orto inspect or repair any machine before operating it . Keep this manual in a safe part of the machine where a moving part can come in place for future and regular reference and for ordering contact with your body or clothing , stop the machine , replacement pads . allow itto cool , disconnect the spark plug wire from the Your chipper - shredder is a powerful tool , not a spark plug and move it away from the spark plug plaything . Therefore , exercise extreme caution at air before attempting to unclog , inspect or repair . times . Your unit has been designed to perform two Do not operate unit while under the influence of alcohol jobs ; to chip and shred vegetation found in a normal or drugs . yard . Do not use it for any other purpose . The machine should only be operated on a level â¢ Never allow children under age 16 to operate the unit . surface . Never operate your unit on a slippery , wet , Children 16 years and older should only operate the muddy or icy surface . Keep your work area clean and unit under close parental supervision . Only responsible clear of branches or obstacles which could cause you individuals who are familiar withthese rules of safe to stumble and fall . Do not overreach . Maintaining operation should be allowed to use your unit , preper footing and balance is essential to preventing â¢ Keep the area of operation clear of all persons , accidents . particularly small children and pets . Stop the engine â¢ Do not allow . an accumu ! a _ on of prpc _ , sed matedal to when they are in the vicinity of the unit . Keep work area build up in the discharge ares . as this willprevent clean and clear of branches or obstacles which could proper discharge and can result in kick - beck from the cause you to stumble or fall . chipper chute . â¢ When feeding matedal into this equipment , be â¢ Keep your face and body pack from chipper chute to extremely careful that pieces of metal , rocks , bottles , avoid accidental bounce pack of any mstadel . cans or other foreign objects are not included . â¢ Do not transport machine while engine is running . Personal injury or damage to the machine could result . â¢ If the cutting mechanism strikee a foreign object or if Always wear safety glasses or s _ oty goggles , dudng your machine should start making an unusual noise or operation and while performing = anadjustment or vibration , immediately stop the engine and allow the repair , to protect eyes from foreign objects that may be machine to come to a complete stop . Disconnect the thrown from the machine . spark plug wire and move it away from the spark plug . â¢ Wear sturdy , rough - soled work shoes and close fitting Take the followingsteps . slacks and shirt . Shirt and slacks that cover the arms a . Inspact for damage . and legs and steel - toed shoes are recommended . Do b . Repair or replace any damaged parts . not wear loose fitting clothes or jewelry and secure hair c . Check for any loose parts and tighten to assure so it is above shoulder length . They can be caught in continued safe operation . moving parts . Never operate a unit in bars feet , â¢ Never attempt to attach or remove catcher bag when sandals or sneakers . Wear gloves when feeding engine is running . Shut the engine off and wait for the material inthe ohippel _ chute or shredder hopper . impeller to come to a complete stop . The impeller â¢ Never place your hands , feet , or any part of your body continues to rotate for a few seconds after the engine is into the shredder hopper , chipper chute , discharge 3
shuot ff . Neveprlaceanyparot fthebodyinthe the engine is running . Allow engine to cool at impeller area untilyou are sure the impeller has least two minutes before refueling . stopped rotating . b . Replace gasoline cap securely and wipe off anl â¢ Muffler and engine become hot and can cause a bum . spilled gasoline before starting the engine as it Do not touch . may cause a fire or explosion . â¢ Do not allow leaves or other debris to build - up on c . Extinguish all cigarettes , cigars , pipes and other engine's muffler . The debds could ignite and cause a soumes of ignition . fire . d . Never refuel unit indoors because flammable â¢ Do not attempt to shred or chip material larger than vapors will accumulate inthe area . Â° specified inthis manual . Personal injury or damage to e . Never store the machine orfu _ l cS " ntalnerinside the machine could result . where there is an open flame or spark such as a _ - . . . . â¢ Do not operate engine if air cleaner or cover over gas hot water heater , space heater , clothes dryer carburetor air - intake is removed , except for or furnace . adjustment . Removal of such parts could create a tim â¢ Never run your machine in an enclosed area as the hazard . exhaust from the engine contains carbon monoxide , â¢ Only use acoessodes approved for this machine by the which is an odorless , tasteless and deadly poisonous manufacturer . Read , understand , and follow all gas . instructions provided with the approved accessory . â¢ To reduce fire hazard , keep engine and muffler free of â¢ If situations occur which are not covered by this leaves , grass , and other debds build - up . Clean up fuel manual , use care and good judgment . Contact your and oil spillage . Allow unit to cool at least 5 minutes dealer for assistance . before storing . â¢ Keep discharge chute deflector , chipper chute flap , â¢ Before cleaning , repaidng , or inspecting , make certain and all other guards and safety devices in place and the impeller and all moving parts have stopped . operating properly . Disconnect the spark plug wire and keep wire away â¢ Only operate unit in good daylight . Do not operate unit from spark plug to prevent accidental starting . Do not at night or in dark areas where your vision may be use flammable solutions to clean air filter . impaired . â¢ Check the blade and engine mounting screws at frequent intervals for proper tightness . Also visually CHILDREN inspectblades for wear and / or damage ( e . g . , bent , cracked ) . Replace with blades which meet original Tragic accidents can occur ifthe operator is not alert to the equipment specifications . presence of small children . Children are often attracted to â¢ Keep all nuts , bolts , and screws tight to be sure the the chipper - shredder and the chipping and shredding equipment is in safe working condition . activity . Never assume that children will remain where you last saw them . Never tamper with safety devices . Check their proper operation regulady . â¢ Keep children out of the work area and under the After strikinga foreign object , immediately stop the watchful eye of a responsible adult other than the engine , disconnect the spark plug wire from the spark operator . â¢ Be alert and tum the unit off if a child enters the aree . plug , and thoroughly inspect the unit for any damage . Repair damage before starting and operating unit . â¢ Never allow children under the age of 16 to operate the â¢ Do not alter or tamper with the engine's governor chipper - shredder . setting . The governor controls the maximum safe operating speed of the engine . . Ov _ r - spmeding the SERVICE engine is dangerous and willcause damage to the Use extreme cam in handling gasoline and other fuels . engine and to other moving parts of the machine . They are extremely flammable and the vapors are explosive . YOUR RESPONSIBILITY a . Store fuel and oil in approved containers , away Rastdct the use of this power machine to from heat and open flame , and out of the reach of persons who road , understand and follow the children . Check and add fuel before starting the warnings and instructions In this manual and on engine . Never remove gas cap or add fuel while the machine . SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR FUTURE REFERENCE This unit is equipped with an internal combustion engine and should not be used on or near any unimproved forest - covered , brush . covered or grass - covered land unless the engine's exhaust system is equipped with a spark arreeter meeting applicable local or state laws ( if any ) . If a spark arrester is used , it should be maintained in effective working order by the operator . In the State of California the above is required by law ( Section 4442 of the California Public Resources Code ) . Other states may have similar laws . Federal laws apply on federal lands . A spark arrester for the muffler is evallable through your nearest Sears Authorized Service Center ( See the REPAIR PARTS section of this manual . )
IMPORTANT : This unit is shipped without gasoline I Rear or oil in the engine . After assembly , see OPERATION section of this manual for proper fuel and engine oil fill - up . NOTE : To determine rightand left hand sides of your chipper - shredder , stand behind the - onit with the engine farthest away fromyou . See Figure I inset . _ Your chipper - shredder has been completely assembled at the factory , except for the hopper assembly , chipper chute , discharge chute and the catcher bag . These parts are shipped loose in the carton . A pair of safety glasses and two bottles of oil are also included in the carton . Remove From Carton â¢ Cut the comers of the carton . Remove all packing inserts . Remove all loose parts includingowner's manual . See Figure 1 , 2 Bottles â¢ Roll chipper - shredder out of the carton . of OII â¢ Make certain all parts and literature have been removed before the carton is discarded . Loose Parts Hopper " ( Refer to Figure 1 . ) a . Hopper Assembly b . Discharge Chute c . Chipper Chute d . Leaf Bag , chip bag e . Bottle of Oil ( 2 ) Chipper f . Safety Glasses ( not shown in Figure 1 ) Chute Discharge Chute g . Owner's Manual ( not shown in Figure 1 ) Tools Required 1 . 1 / 2 " or adjustable wrenches * The hopperis packed : hlp Bag 2 . 7 / 16 " or , adjustable wrencbes in _ e top InsertIn 3 . 9 / 16 _ oradjustable _ ncl _ es " _ yourchipper - shredder carton . 4 . Funnel Figure I Disconnecting Spark Plug â¢ Disconnect the spark plug wire and move it away from the spark plug before assembling the Spark Plug Wire chippar - shredder . See Figure 2 . Attaching Discharge Chute â¢ Remove the wing knobs from each side of the discharge opening on the chipper - shredder . â¢ Using two 7 / 16 " wrenches , remove hex lock nut , two spacers , and the he ] ( bolt from top of the housingassembly . For easy assembly , do not remove the second spacer from the hex bolt . â¢ Place the discharge chute in positionon the discharge opening as shown in step I in Figure 3 . Insert hex bolt and spacer through hinge on Figure 2 discharge chute and housing ( spacer fits inside of hinge ) . See Figure 3 inset A .
â¢ Holding the hopper , push hopper pivot door down inside the hopper . See Figure 4 . â¢ Slide the hopper assembly towards the chipper - shredder housing so that the upper guide on the I Hex Nut J hopper assembly slides under the stop washer on each side of the inlet guide . See Figure 4 . â¢ Align the two holes ( one on each side ) of the Hinge \ lower hopper withthe two holes ( one on each side ) of the inlet guide . See . Figure 4 inset . \ â¢ Insert the hex bolt ( that you eadier removed ) fromthe left through the hole on the hopper _ n _ Â° Step 1 the inlet guide . Insert the hex nutonto the bolt from the other side . See Figure 4 inset . â¢ Tighten the bolt tillthe lock nut is engaged . Make sure to remove sideplay from the bolt , butthe hopper should be able to pivot . Discharge Chute Wing Knob Figure 3 â¢ Place second spacer over hex bolt insidethe other part of the hinge as shown in the inset , Secure tightly with hex lock nut . â¢ Secure bothsidesof discharge chuteto housing usingwing knobsthat you earlierremoved . This is Figure 5 shown instep 2 in Figure 3 . Tighten wing knobs . â¢ To raise the hopper , holdthe hopper by the Attaching Hopper Assembly hand - hold and liftit uptill it clicks into position . â¢ Remove the 8 - 3 / 8 " longhex bolt and the hex nut See Figure 5 . from the bottom of the inlet guide opening . See â¢ To Iowerthe hopper , hold the hopper by the Figure 4 inset . hand - hold and pullthe release bar . The hopper â¢ Place the hopper assembly on the ground and should drop down . See Figure 5 . hold it in the position shown in Figure 4 . The flap control rod is already attached to the hopper Inlet Gu de Opening at the top . The other end of the rod has to be attached to the stop washer on the inlet guide . See Figure 6 . Stop . He ] ( ' Washer * | 0 , Nut * Bolt l Hopper Attach flap control rod hem Fist Rod Stop â¢ Do not remove these hardware from the inletguide Washer Inlet Guide mmernblywhile attachingthe flap control rod . Figure 4 Flgure6
â¢ Raise the hopper till it clicks into position . â¢ Secure with the three pairs of cupped washers â¢ Unscrew the shoulder bolt from the stop washer and hex nuts that you eadier removed . Do not on the inlet guide . See Figure 6 . tighten the nutsat this time . Make sure to place â¢ Align the loose end of the flap control rod with the cupped side of the washer against the the stop washer on the inlet guide . chipper chute . â¢ Slide the shoulder bolt through the opening in â¢ Align the holes towards the front opening of the the flap control rod . Secure tightly . See Figure 6 . chute with the holes on the brace . See Figure 7 . â¢ Insert one each of the hex bolts , lock nuts , and WARNING : This flap control rod is a safety flat washers ( that you eadier removed ) through device to holdthe flap in place inside the & each hole in the chute and the brace . See hopper while shredding branches . Do not Figure 7 for the correct order . Tighten bolts . - - - " _ operate the chipper - shredder without â¢ Tighten bolts securing the brace to the frame . properly attaching thisflap control rodto the â¢ Tighten the three nuts on the weld studs . unit Attaching Catcher Bag Attaching Chipper Chute Your chipper - shredder is equipped with two catcher â¢ Your unit is shipped with one end of the brace bags of differentsizes ( leaf bag and chip bag ) to catch already secured to the lower frame . Loosen the the shredded material , Select the bag that is most bolts securing the brace to the frame . appropriate for the task ahead . â¢ To attach the bag , place the opening of the bag Cupped r over the chute deflector and the chute flange . Make sure it completely covers the chute Chipper Washer - - [ ( ] deflector . Weld Stud â¢ Depress the plunger on the draw - string , and pull on the draw - string until the bag is tight around , - - - - " Weld Stud the chute opening . Release plunger to lock it into f ' - ' - * \ position . See Figure 8 . NOTE : For easier handling , it is recommended that a . the chip bag ( which is smaller of the two ) should be used for catchingchipped branches . b . the leaf bag ( larger ) should be used for catching shredded leaves . _ Chute Brace Weld Figure 7 \ â¢ Remove the three cupped washers and hex nuts from the weld studs beside the opening on the left side of the housing . See Figure 7 . â¢ Remove the two sets of hex bolt , lock nut , and fiat washer from the two holes on the upper end of the brace . See Figure 7 . â¢ Place the chipper chute over the weld studs so the sloton the chute is towards the bottom . Align the three holes at the bottom of the chute with the three weld studs . Figure 8
Readthisowner'smanuaal ndsafetyrulesbeforeoperatingyourchipper - shreddeCro . mpareFigure9with yourchipper - shreddteorfamiliarizeyourselwf iththelocationofvariouscontrolsand adjustments . Save this manual for future reference . The operation of any chipper - shredder can result in foreign objects being thrown into the eyes , which can result in severe eye damage . Always wear safety glasses providedwith the chipper - shredder before chipping or shredding , orwhile performing - any adjustments or repairs . Hopper . Tamper Assembly , . , _ Gasoline Tank Catcher Chipper Chute Fuel Shut - Off Valve Stop Switch Lock Lever Starter Handle Lever Figure9 Chipper Chute Operating Controls Allowsbulky vegetation like stalks or heavy branches ( Refer to Figure g . ) upto 3 " diameter to be fed into the impeller for Release Bar chipping . The tamper helps to feed smaller material Used to release the hopper when raising or lowering . into the chipper chute . . . . . . . . _ " Choke Lever Catcher Bags Used to enrich the fuel mixture in the carburetor A large leaf bag and a smaller chip bag used to when starting a cold engine . collect the shredded material . Starter Handle Rear Wheel Lock Lever Used to manually start the engine . Used to lockthe rear wheels from moving . Hopper Assembly Fuel Shut - off Valve Allows leaves and small branches upto 1 / 2 " diameter Used to tum on or off the flow of gasoline to the to be fed into the impeller for shredding . Lower the engine . Tum the valve ON to start the engine . hopper to collect raked material for shredding . Stopping Engine Stop Switch Used to stop the engine ; also has to be turned on â¢ Tum the stop switch to OFF , Disconnect the before pulling the starter handle to start the engine , spark plugwire and move it away from the spark plug to prevent accidental starting . Meets ANSI Safety Standards Sears chipper - shredders conformto safety standardB 71,6 - 1990 ofthe AmericanNational StandardsInstitute ( ANSI ) . 8
Add oil , if necessary , to bring the oil level to Lowering Hopper Assembly FULL mark onthe dipstick . In order to rake leaves into the hopper , you will need Replace dipstickand tighten . to lower the hopper . NOTE : Do not overfill . Oil bottles packed with unit â¢ To lower the hopper assembly , use one hand to contain a total of approximately 40 oz . of oil . grasp the hand - hold at the top of the hopper assembly and liftslightly . See Figure 5 . Gasoline â¢ Pul ! up onthe release bar , and lower the hopper WARNING : Experience indicates that alcohol assembly to the drop - down position . Release blended fuels ( called gasohol or using ethanol or the bar . See Figure 5 . methanol ) can attract moisture which leads to separation and formation of acids during storage . - Using Rear Wheel Lock Lever Acidicgas can damage the fuel system of an engine Keep the rear wheels locked while operating the unit . while in storage . Toavoid engine problems , the fuel Unlock the rear wheels for transporting the unit . system should be emptied before storage for 30 â¢ Pull the lever outand down and insert in bottom days orlonger . Drain the gas tank , start the engine slot to lockthe rear wheels . and let it run until the fuel lines and carburetor are â¢ Pull the lever out and upwards and insert intop empty . Use fresh fuelnext season . See STORAGE slot to unlock the wheels . See Figure 10 . instructions for additional information . Never use L I J engine orcarburetor cleaner products in the fuel tank or permanent damage may occur . Rear Wheel Fill gasoline tank as follows . â¢ Remove fuel cap . â¢ Make sure the container ( fromwhich you will pour the gasoline ) is clean and free from rustor foreign particles . Never use gasoline that may be stale from long periods of storage inthe Rear Wheel Lock Lever container . â¢ Fillfuel tank with clean , fresh , lead - free Figure 10 automotive gasoline . DO NOT use Ethyl or high octane gasoline . See Figure 1t . Re'place fuel Gas And Oil Fill - Up cap . Oil ( 2 bottles shipped with unit ) â¢ Only use high quality detergent oil rated with end fill API service classification SF , SG or SH . Select the oil's viscosity grade according to your expected operating temperature . Follow the chart below . Colder _ 1 - - 32 Â° F Warmer - 5W30 I SAE 30 - NOTE : Although multi - viocosity oils ( 5W30 , 10W30 , etc . ) improve starting in cold weather , these multiviscosityoils will result in increased oil and fill Â© consumption when used above 40 Â° F . Check the oil level more froquentiyto avoid possible engine damage from running low on oil . Fill engine with oil as follows . â¢ Remove oil fill dipstick . See Figure 11 . â¢ W'rthchipper - shredderonlevelground , use a funnel to fillenginewithoilto FULL mark ondip _ ck . Capacityisapproximately40 ounces . Be carefulnot Figure 11 toover u , dipsUocnkdUghton . â¢ Start and run engine for 30 seconds . Shut engine off . Wait 30 seconds and check oil level . 9
WARNING : Do not fill closer than 1 / 2 before proceeding with starting procedure . â¢ Move stopswitch to ON position . See Figure 12 . inch from the top of the fuel tank to prevent A â¢ Move choke control to CHOKE position . See spills and to allow for fuel expansion . If Figure 12 . If restarting a warm engine after a gasoline is accidently spilled , move chipper - short shutdown , move choke lever to RUN shredder away from area of spill . Avoid position . creating any source of ignition untilgasoline â¢ Grasp starter handle and pull rope out slowly vapors have disappeared . until engine reaches start of compression cycle Check the fuel level periodically to avoid running Â° ( rope will pullslightlyharder _ atthis point ) . Let the out of gasoline while operating the chipper - rope rewind slowly . See Figure 12 . shredder . â¢ Pull rope with a rapid full arm stroke . Let rope - - ' " If the unit runs out of gas as it is shredding or return to starter slowly . chipping , it may be necessary to unclog the unit â¢ When engine starts , let the engine warm upfor before it can be restarted . Refer to Removing several seconds to several minutes depending the Flail Screen inSERVICE AND on the temperature . Then move choke lever ADJUSTMENT section . towards RUN positionuntilengine runs smoothly . Starting Engine â¢ Moving the choke gradually towards RUN allows the engine to accept small changes inspeed WARNING : Be sure no one other than and load untilthe choke is fully open at RUN the operator is standing near the chipper - position . shredder while startingor operating . Do not â¢ Move choke lever to RUN position as engine operate this chipper - shredder unless the warms up . chute deflector has been propedy installed â¢ If engine fails to start after three pulls , move and is secured with the hand knobs . choke lever to RUN positionand pull starter rope This engine conforms to the low emissions standard again . and is designed for maximum performance and life if â¢ If engine fires , but does not continue to run , operated with the choke fully open in RUN position . move choke lever to Choke positionand pull rope again . 1 . Attach spark NOTE : A noise will be heard when finding the start of 2 . Turn fuel valve plug wire the compression cycle . This noise is caused by the flails and fingers which are part of the shredding mechanism falling intoplace , and should be 4 . Move choke expected . In addition , the flails and fingers willbe noisy after the engine is started , until the impeller reaches fullspeed . Stopping Engine â¢ Move stop switchto OFF - _ osit ' _ n . â¢ Turn fuel shut - off valve to OFF position . â¢ Disconnect spark plug wire and move away from spark plugto prevent accidental starting . CHOKE position to stop the engine . Sedous , _ WARNING : Do not move choke control to engine damage may occur . 5 . Pull rope Using Your Chipper - Shredder Flgure 12 chip any material other than dvegetation _ lb ARNING : Do not attempt to shre or found in a normal yard ( i . e . , branches , NOTE : Toprevent the unit from sliding , place your foot firmlyagainst the tire . leaves , twigs , etc . ) . â¢ The chipper - shredder is designed for two â¢ Attach spark plug wire and robber boot to spark different methods of operation . plug . See Figure 12 . a . Leaves and small branches up to 1 / 2 " â¢ Always tum fuel shut . off valve to ON position diameter ( maximum ) can be fed into the 10
changes ( becomes stringy , etc . ) or if the rate at which hopper assembly when it is in the raised or the material isdischarged slows down considerably , it lowered position . See Figure 13 . h , Bulky material , such as stalks or heavy is likely that the shredding blade and / or chipper branches , up to 3 " in diameter should be blades are dulland need to be sharpened or replaced . Refer to Service and Adjustments section fed into the chipper chute . See Figure 13 . on page 15 of this manual . WARNING : Do not put material larger IMPORTANT : There is a flail screen located inside than is specified into the hopper , and / or into A the housing inthe discharge area . If the flail screen the chipper chute . Personal injury or becomes clogged , remove and clean a _ instructed in damage to the machine could result . the Service and Adjustments section . â¢ If it becomes necessary to push material intothe WARNING : The chipper - shredder chipper - shradder , use the tamper - - not your hands . discharges materialswithconsiderable A velocity . Keep away from the area aroundthe â¢ For collecting raked leaves into the hopper , first dischargechute . Make sure that the rubber remember to put the hopper flaps behind the flaps insidethe hopper are not tuckedunder retaining bracket inside the upper hopper . the bracketwhile operatingthe shredder . WARNING : Never remove chute deflector Alwaysatop the engine and disconnectthe till the unit has completely stopped . Never sparkplugwire when removing orattaching shut off the engine until all chipping is the bag , changingcontainers , or removingthe completed . shredded material . Wear safety glassesand gloveswhenever usingthe chipper - shredder . For best performance , it is important to keep the shredding blade and the chipper blades sharp . If the composition of the material being discharged Shred matedal upto 1 / 2 inch In diameter Catch shredded materiel In catcher beg * Chip matedel upto 3 Inches In diameter Lower the hopper to collect raked materiel for shredding â¢ Use leaf beg for _ ltrodded klws and chip beg forchipped branches Figure 13 11
General Recommendations Cleaning â¢ Always observe safety rules when performing â¢ Clean the chipper - shredder by running water any maintenance , from a hose throughthe hopper assembly and â¢ The warranty on this chipper shredder does not chipper chute withthe engine running . Allow the cover items that have been subjected to operator chipper - shredder to dry thoroughly . abuse or negligence . To receive fullvalue from â¢ Wash the bag periodicallywithwater . Allow to dry the warranty , operator must maintain the chipper - thoroughly in the shade . Do not use heat . shredder as instructed in this manual , â¢ Some adjustments will need to be made Engine Maintenance periodically to maintain your unit propedy . Engine Oil â¢ All adjustments inthe Service and Adjustments â¢ Only use high qualitydetergent oil rated with API section of this manual should be checked at least service classification SF , SG or SH . Select the once each season . oil's viscosity grade according to your expected â¢ Follow the maintenance schedule given below . operating temperature . Refer to page 9 of this â¢ Periodically check all fasteners and make sure manual for viscosity chart . these are tight . â¢ The four - cycle engine of your chipper - shredder WARNING : Always stop the engine and will normally consume some oil . Therefore , check disconnect the spark plugwire before engine oil level regularlyapproximately every five performing any maintenance or adjustments . hours of operation and before each usage . Never remove discharge chute tillthe â¢ Stop engine and wait several minutes before engine has completely stopped . checking oil level . With engine on level ground , Customer Responsibilities . A , HTE . . . CE oO SE . V , C0 SCHEDULE _ o _ e _ e _ = _ _ _ _ DATES . _ Oil pivot points 4 mO Clean shredder _ 4 _ " O . Check engine oil Change engine oil zuJ Service air cleaner _ ' m IM Clean engine 4 4 Check spark plug _ 4 Clean muffler Checkandserviceif necessary 12
theoilmustbetoFULLmarkondipstick . â¢ Wash pre - cleaner , if so equipped , in liquid detergent and water . Squeeze dry with a clean Changeengineoilevery50hoursofoperation cloth . Saturate in engine oil , then squeeze in undernormaol peratincgonditionsC . hangeoil clean , absorbent cloth to remove all of the every25hourswhenoperatingnderheavy excess oil . Replace the pre - cleaner if it is very loadorinhightemperatures . dirty or damaged . ToDrainOil â¢ To service cartridge , clean by tapping gently on Drainoilwhileengineiswarm . Followinstructions a flat surface . Do not use any oil , petroleum . givenbelow . solvents like kerosene , or pressurized air to â¢ Removeoildrainplug . Catchoilina suitable clean cartridge . Replace ifthe cartridge is very container . dirty or damaged . â¢ When engine is drained of all oil , replace drain â¢ Reassemble first the retainer on pre - cleaner plug securely . and cartridge end then the cartridge assembly â¢ Refill with fresh oil . Refer to GAS AND OIL insidethe cover . Insert tabs on cover into slots FILL - UP section on page 9 . in base and tighten the two screws eadier â¢ Replace dipstick . removed . Air Cleaner The air cleaner prevents damaging dirt , dust , etc . , Clean Engine from entering the carburetor and being forced into â¢ Clean engine periodically . Remove dirt and the engine and is importantto engine life and debris with a cloth or brush . performance . For location of air cleaner , see Figure â¢ Frequently remove grass clippings , dirt and 14 inset . debris from cooling fins , air intake screen and To Service Air Cleaner : levers and linkage . This will help ensure adequate cooling and correct engine speed . Service air cleaner cartridge every 25 hours of See Figure 15 . operation or every season , whichever comes earlier . Service more often if you operate the chipper - shredder under extremely dusty conditions . â¢ Remove two hex screws and cover holding the air cleaner cartddge in place . Remove air cleaner assembly from inside the cover and disassemble . See Figure 14 . _ Clean here Air Cover Cleaner , _ C _ ean here Pre - Cleaner Figure 15 Cartridge Yeady or every 25 hours , whichever occurs first , remove the blower housing and clean the areas shown in Figure 15 to avoid overspeeding , overheating and engine damage . Clean more often if necessary . NOTE : Cleaning witha forceful spray of water is not recommended as water could contaminate the fuel system . Cover â¢ Remove combustion deposits every 100 hours " ab Base Screw of operation . Remove the cylinder head , scrape and wire brush such deposits from cylinder Figure 14 13
â¢ Inspect periodically , and replace if necessary . If head , top of piston and around valves . Use a your engine is equipped with a spark arrester soft brush to remove the deposits . screen assembly , remove every 50 hours for Reassemble gasket and cylinder head . Turn cleaning and inspection . Replace if damaged â¢ screws down finger - tight . Torque cylinder head screws in a staggered sequence to 165 in . - Ibs . disconnect spark plug wire , and move it _ lb WARNING : Always stop engine , away from spark plug before performing any , _ WARNING : Temperature of muffler and nearby areas may exceed 150 Â° F ( 65 Â° C ) . adjustments or repairs . Avoid these areas . Spark Plug Lubrication â¢ Clean the spark plug and reset the gap to . 030 " Lubricate the pivot pointson the release bar , hopper at least once a season or every 50 hours of assembly , chute deflector and chipper chute once a operation . See Figure 16 . Spark plug season using a light oil . See Figure 17 . replacement is recommended at the start of each season . Refer to engine parts listfor correct spark plugtype . Figure 16 NOTE : Do not sandblast spark plug . Spark plug should be cleaned by scraping or wire brushing and washing witha commercial solvent . Muffler WARNING : Do not operate the chipper - Figure 17 shredder without a muffler , or tamper with the exhaust system . Damaged mufflers or spark arresters could create s fire hazard . 14
by removing throe pairs of hex nut and cupped Removing Flail Screen washer . if the discharge area becomes clogged , remove the Holdingthe chute to the frame , remove the hex flail screen and clean area as follows . boltsthat secure the brace to the frame . Remove â¢ Stop engine , make certain the chipper - the brace . You will need a 7 / 16 " wrench for this . shredder has come to a complete stop and Rotatethe impellerassemblyby _ and untilyou disconnect spark plugwire from the spark plug locateone of the two chipperblades inthe chip _ er _ before unclogging the chute . chuteopening . Remove the blade , usinga 3 / 16 " â¢ Remove the two hand knobs on each side of allenwrench on the outsideof the blade and 1 / 2 " the discharge chute ( also called the chute wrench onthe impellerassembly ( insidethe deflector ) . housing ) . See Figure 19 . â¢ Liftthe discharge chute up , and keep it out of the way . â¢ Remove two hex bolts which extend through Slot Blade the housing . See Figure 18 . â¢ Pull the flail screen from inside the housing . See Figure 18 . â¢ Clean the screen by scraping or washing with water . â¢ Reinstall the screen . â¢ Put the discharge chute back to its original position and tighten the hand knobs . NOTE : Be certain to reassemble the flail screen with the curved side down . Chute Deflector Figure 19 â¢ Remove the other blade i _ the _ ame manner . Flail Screen â¢ Replace or sharpen blades . â¢ If sharpening , make certain to remove an equal amount from each blade . â¢ Reassemble in reverse order . Make certain blades are reassembled with the sharp edge facing the direction shown in Figure 19 ( sharp Hex Nut , edge is assembled toward the slotted opening at Washer Hand Knobs the bottom ) . â¢ Torque bolts and nutsto 250 - 300 inch - pounds . Figure 18 Shredding Blade The shredding blade may be removed for sharpening Sharpening Or Replacing Blades or replacement as follows . â¢ Disconnect spark plug wire and move it away Chipper Blades from spark plug . â¢ Disconnect spark plug wire and move it away â¢ Lower the hopper assembly . Block up the from spark plug . housing . See Figure 20 . â¢ Remove the flail screen as instructed . â¢ Using a 1 / 2 " wrench , remove the chipper chute 15
When reassembling the blade , tighten center Weld Bolt bolt to between 550 - 700 inch - pounds and the two outer bolts to 250 - 300 inch - pounds , or Allen lacking torque wrench , tighten securely . Screw 1 . Insert screw driver through hole " - , , . p Pipe 2 . Blade should be parallel to ground ScD : d _ e _ Blade I I - Ground Torque Wrench Figure 21 Figure 20 â¢ Remove the six hex lock nuts and lock washers Adjusting Carburetor from the housingweld bolts using a 112 " wrench . WARNING : If any adjustmentsare made to Separate the chipper - shredder into two halves . the engine while the engine is running ( e . g . â¢ Remove the back - up plate , carburetor ) , keep clear of all moving parts . NOTE : When reassembling , make certain the Be careful of heated surfaces and muffler . embossed tab faces inward towards the impeller , and Differences in fuel , temperature , altitude or load may opening on the back - up plate is toward the bottom of require minor adjustments to the carburetor . This the unit . carburetor is equipped with an idle mixture valve with â¢ Remove the two hand knobs and cupped a limiter and an idle speed adjustment screw . washers which secure the chute deflector . Raise â¢ Start engine and let it run for about 5 minutes . the chute deflector , â¢ Rotate carburetor throttle lever against the idle â¢ Insert a 112 " or 314 " diameter pipe through the speed screw and hold it . Turn idle speed screw flail screen into the impeller to keep it from to obtain 1750 rpm . See Figure 22 . turning , or remove the flail screen and insert a Carburetor Idle Speed Screw piece of wood ( 2 x 4 ) into the chute opening . â¢ Remove the two outside screws on the blade , Thro _ Lever using a 3116 " allen wrench and a 1 / 2 " wrench , â¢ Remove the blade by removing the center bolt , lock washer and flat washer . the blade to avoid contacting the weld bolts WARNING : Use caution when removing on the housing . When sharpening the blade , follow the odginal angle of grind as a guide . It is extremely important that each cutting edge receives an equal amount of grinding to prevent an @ unbalanced blade . An unbalanced blade will cause excessive vibration when rotating at high speeds and may Figure 22 cause damage to the unit . The blade can be tested for balance by balancingiton a round shaft Rotate idle mixture valve full travel clockwise screwdriverornail . Remove metal from the heavy and then counter - clockwise . Finally position idle side untilitis balanced evenly . See Figure 21 . mixture valve in middle of treveL See Figure 22 . 16
Checkidlespeedand re - adjust to 1750 rpm , if Replacing Fuel Filter necessary . â¢ Drain the gasoline tank by running the engine till Engine should accelerate smoothly , If it does it runs out of gasoline . not , adjust idle mixture valve counter - elcckwise â¢ Usingaset of pliers , squeeze and unclampthe fuel 1 / 8 turn . line hose . Removethe oldfilter , See Figure 23 , â¢ Replace with a new filter and reclamp . be assembled to the carburetor before _ lb ARNING : Air cleaner and its cover must starting the engine . Adjusting Engine Speed The engine speed on your chipper - shredder has been set at the factory . Do not attempt to increase engine speed or it may result in personal injury . If you believe the engine is running too fast ortoo slow , take your chipper - shredder to the nearest SEARS service Filter center for repair and adjustment . Tires Recommended operating tire pressure is 24 p . s . i . ( sidewall of tire may give tire manufacturer's recommended pressure ) . Equal tire pressure should be maintained on both tires . Clamp beadsmaycause tire / rimassemblyto nburstwithg _ lb ARNING : Excessivepressurewhenseati force sufficienttocause serious injury , Figure 23 17
Prepareyourchipper - shreddfoerrstorage at the end may occur . Use fresh fuel next season . of the season or if the unit will not be used for 30 days or more . NOTE : Fuel stabilizer is an acceptable alternative in WARNING : Never store machine with fuel minimizing the formation of fuel gum deposits during inthe fuel tank inside of buildingwhere storage . fumes may reach an open flame or spark , â¢ Add stabilizer to gasoline infuel tank or storage or where ignitionsources are present such container . as hot water and space heaters , furnaces , â¢ Always follow the mix ratio found on stabilizer " clothes dryers , stoves , electric motors , etc . container . â¢ Run engine at least 10 minutes after adding A yearly check - up by your local Sears service center stabilizer to allow the stabilizer to reach the is a good way to make certain your chipper - shredder carburetor . will provide maximum performance for the next â¢ Do not drain the gas tank and carburetor if using season , fuel stabilizer . Drain all the oil from the crankcase ( this should be done after the engine Chipper - Shredder has been operated and is stillwarm ) and refill â¢ Clean the chipper - shredder thoroughly . the crankcase with fresh oil . â¢ Wipe unit with an oiled rag to prevent rust ( use a â¢ If you have drained the fuel tank , protect the light oil or silicone ) . insideof the engine as follows . â¢ Remove spark plug , pour approximately 1 / 2 Engine ounce ( approximately one tablespoon ) of engine oil into cylinder and crank slowly to distribute oil . IMPORTANT : It is important to prevent gum deposits â¢ Replace spark plug . from forming in essential fuel system parts such as carburetor , fuel filter , fuel hose , or tank during Other storage . Also , experience indicatesthat alcohol blended fuels ( called gasohol or using ethanol or Do not store gasoline from one season to methanol ) can attract moisture which leads to another , separation and formation of acids during storage . Replace your gasoline can if your can starts to Acidic gas can damage the fuel system of an engine rust . Rust and / or dirt in your gasoline will cause while in storage . problems . Store unit ina clean , dry area . Do not stere next to corrosive materials , such as â¢ Drain the fuel tank . fertilizer . â¢ Start the engine and let it run untilthe fuel lines and carburetor are empty . NOTE : If storing in an unventilated or metal storage â¢ Drain carburetor . shed , be certain to rus _ roof the equipment by coating â¢ Never use engine or carburetor cleaner with a light oil of silicone . products in the fuel tank or permanent damage h 18
Problem Possible Cause Corrective Action 1 . Fill tank with clean , fresh fuel 1 . Fuel tank empty , or stale fuel Engine fails to start 2 . Connect wire to spark plug . 2 . Spark plug wire disconnected 3 . Clean , adjust . gap or replace . 3 . Faulty spark plug 4 . Fuel shut - off valve notturned ON . 4 . Move valve to ON position 1 . Connect and tighten spark plug 1 . Spark plugwire loose Loss of power ; operation erratic wire 2 . Move choke lever to OFF position 2 . Unit running on Choke 3 . Clean fuel line ; fill tank with clean 3 . Blocked fuel line or stale fuel fresh gasoline . 4 . Disconnectfuelline at carburetorto 4 . Water or dirt infuel system drainfuel tank . Refillwith fresh fuel . 5 . Contact your SEARS service 5 . Carburetor out of adjustment center . 6 . Servise air cleaner . 6 . Didy air cleaner 1 . Contact your SEARS service 1 . Carburetor not adjusted properly Engine overheats center 2 . Fillcrankcase with proper oil 2 . Engine oil level low Too much vibration 1 . Loose parts or damaged impeller 1 . Stop engine immediately and disconnect spark plug wire . Tighten all bolts and nuts . Make all necessary repairs . If vibration continues , have unit serviced by a SEARS service center . 1 . Stop engine immediately and 1 . Discharge chute clogged Unit does not discharge disconnect spark plug wire . clean flail screen and inside of blower housing . 2 . Stop engine immediately and 2 . Foreign object lodged in impeller disconnect spark plugwire . Remove lodged object . 1 . Sharpen or _ replaceblade ( s ) Rate of discharge slows 1 . Shredding blade and / or chipping . _ . = , o lip considerably or composition of blade dull discharged material changes _ y For repairs beyond the minor adjustments listed above , please contact your nearest SEARS service center . 19
CRAFTSMAN 10 H . P . CHIPPER SHREDDER MODEL 247,775890 2O
CRAFTSMAN 10 H . P . CHIPPER SHREDDER MODEL 247.775890 Key Key Part No . No . Pa _ No . Description Description No . 45 747 - 1124 Owner's Manual Flap Control Rod r70 - 0819A Bell Washer 46 736 - 0170 11480 Stop Washer I ! 47 750 - 0793 Hinge Spacer : Chute 2 681 - 0118 Inlet Guide Assembly Shredder Frame Hex Washer Hd . Screw 5 / 16 - 18 x 8,38 " 48 781 - 0459B 710 - 0542 3 49 194G432 - Engine _ 10 - 0607 TL Hex Screw 5 / 16 - 18 x 0.5 " 4 1182 - E1 Button Head Screw 5 710 - 3256 Belleville Washer - - 50 736 - 0242 712 - 0429 Hex Lock Nut 5 / 16 - 18 6 " 51 726 - 0201 Speed Nut 7 711 - 1304 Axle Shaft 52 381 - 0068 Chipper Chute Assembly : Weldment - " _ 8 i 712 - 3027 Hex Lock Flanged Nut 114 - 20 53 710 - 0106 Hex Bolt 1 / 4 - 20 x 1.25 " Gr . 5 9 _ 14 - 0104 Internal Cotter Pin 54 710 - 0751 Hex Bolt 1 / 4 - 20 x . 625 10 726 - 0106 Cap Nut Hex Nut 5 / 16 - 18 55 712 - 3010 11 732 - 0306 Compression Spring Rivet 57 728 - 0175 12 732 - 0546 Torsion Spring 58 731 - 1899 Chipper Chute 13 732 - 0629 Hopper Door Spring 59 735 - 0249 Chute Flap 14 734 - 1797 Complete Wheel : Grey Flat Washer 60 736 - 0173 15 736 - 0160 Fiat Washer 61 715 - 0129 Flat Washer Spiral Pin 16 736 - 0117 62 749 - 1024 Chute Support 17 736 - 0119 Lock Washer 63 781 - 0633 Chute Flap Strip 18 726 - 0299 Push Cap 64 719 - 0329 Flail Blade 19 747 - 0531A Rod : 5 / 16 Dia . 65 781 - 0735 Retaining Clip 2O 747 - 0747 Hopper Door Rod 66 715 - 0166 Spring Roll Pin 21 747 - 0982 Lock Rod 67 711 - 0833B Clevis Pin 22 781 - 0492A Hopper Door Pivot 68 681 - 0146 Impeller Assembly 23 781 - 0754 - Upper Hopper : Polo Green 69 742 - 0571 ; hredder Blade 0689 Flat Hd . Scr . 5 / 16 - 24 x . 75 " 70 710 - 1054 781 - 0755 - 24 Lower Hopper : Polo Green 71 681 - 0144 \ rm Bracket Assembly 0689 72 712 - 0411 Hex Top Lock Nut 25 781 - 0698 Hopper Lock Bracket 73 742 - 0653 Chipper Blade 26 781 - 0715 Shredder Plate Hex Patch Bolt 3 / 8 - 24 X 2.25 " Gr . 8 74 710 - 1254 27 726 - 0214 Push Cap 75 736 - 0217 Lock Washer 734.1845 28 Complete Wheel Grey Flat Washer 76 736 - 0247 29 736 - 0366 Flat Washer : , 5 / 8 I . D . 83 731 - 1617 Tamper Plug 30 738 - 0813 Shredder Axle 84 764 - 0501 Chip Bag 31 681 - 0048 Knob Assembly 85 764 - 0502 Leaf Bag 681 - 0094 - 32 Discharge Chute Assembly : Polo Green Rubber Washer 86 735 - 0127 0689 Hex Bolt 1 / 2 - 13 X5 " Gr . 5 87 735 - 0651 Rubber Flap 33 710 - 0382 88 751B094095 Hex Center Lock Nut 1 / 2 - 13 Screw ( included in # 95 assembly ) 34 712 - 0384 90 747 - 1125 Shredder Screen Flap Retaining Bail 35 781 - 0457 91 738 - 0946 ' Shoulder _ ScrJew _ - , b 681 - 0004A - 36 Outer Flail Housing Assembly 92 781 - 0752 0689 Hopper Flap Mounting Bracket 94 726 - 0135 Speed Cap Nut 37 681 - 0117 - Inner Flail Housing Assembly 95 751B493342 Fuel tank 0689 96 751 - 0535 Fuel Line Hose 710 - 0157 Hex Bolt 5 / 16 - 24 X 0.75 " Gr . 5 38 Hax Bolt 5 / 16 - 18 X 1.75 " Gr . 5 97 726 - 0205 Hose Clamp 1710 - 3180 39 98 , 781 - 0497 Mounting Bracket 4O 710 - 0825 Hex Screw 1 / 4 - 20 X 3.75 " 99 781 - 0498 Hex Bolt 5 / 16 - 18 X 0.75 " Support Bracket 41 710 - 3008 100 736 - 0137A Shoulder Screw 42 712 - 3004A Hex Lock Flange Nut 5 / 16 - 18 Gr . 5 44 726 - 0211 U Nut 5 / 16 - 18 21
CRAFTSMAN 10 H . P . ENGINE MODEL NO . 19G432 - 1182 - E1 FOR CHIPPER SHREDDER MODEL NO . 247.775890 8 Keyo . N Part No . Description 1 495631 _ 0 383 337 Cylinder Assembly 2 495657 Bushing 3 . 391086 Seal - Oil 1 14 13 5 214347 Head - Cylinder 7 _ . 272163 Gasket - Cylinder Head 8 498038 Breather Assembly . 871 - - = 9 _ 27803 Gasket - Breather 10 94621 Screw - Breather Mtg . Tube - Breather 11 280819 13 94565 Screw - Cylinder Head ( 3 9 / 16 " Long ) 14 94622 Screw - Cylinder Head ( 3 " Long ) 15 94239 Plug - Oil 306 496797 Shield - Cylinder 307 94930 Screw - Hex . 225055 306 Cover - Cylinder 337 496018 Plug - Spark ( Resistor Type ) 383 69838 Wrench - Spark Plug 491986 552 Bushing - Governor Crank 66538 635 Elbow - Spark Plug 211661 I Seat - Valve 869 Guide - Exhaust Valve 871 261961 Note : 231218 Guide - Intake Valve Gasket - Oil Guard Cover 978 * 271736 494807 Cover - Oil Gard Â® 979 Screw - Hex . 982 94658 1019 495861 Label Kit REQUIRES SPECIAL TOOLS 1058 273682 Owner's Manual TO INSTALL . SEE REPAIR INSTRUCTION MANUAL . 1019 LABEL KIT 1058 OWNER'S MANUAL Keyo . N Part NO . Description _ 467 280819 Tube - Breather 11 75 495659 Washer Set I 98 493280 ScrevP - Idle Speed 159 281358 Support - Air Cleaner 161 497669 Base - Air Cleaner _ 272706 Gasket - Air Cleaner 163 165 94692 Nut - Wing 499106 Bracket - Control 222 258 94929 Screw - Hex . 165 _ 94930 Screw - Hex . 307 90576 Nut - Hex . 354 92791 Washer - Lock 359 _ 1 _ 258 307 _ 496077 Filter - Air 445 280715 Knob 467 642 5O7 398525 Insulator 93722 Terminal 520 492889 Filter - Air 535 642 281357 Cover - Air Cleaner 94777 Screw - Slotted Hey , . 969 * Included in Gasket Set - Pad No . 497070 . O Included in Valve Overhaul Gasket Set - Part No . 498534 . zz
CRAFTSMAN 10 H , P . ENGINE MODEL NO . 19G432 - 1182 - E1 FOR CHIPPER SHREDDER MODEL NO , 247.775890 Keyo . N Part No . Description * 271701 Gasket - Crankcase ( . 015 " Thick , Std . ) 12 * 27876 Gasket - - Crankcase ( . 005 " Thick ) * 27877 Gasket - Crankcase ( . 009 " Thick ) 15A 91488 Plug - Oil 495866 Crankshaft 16 77 29530 Bearing - Ball 496981 Cover - Crankcase 18 19 295964 Bushing 20 * 391086 Seal - Oil 21 281658 Cap - Oil Fill 22 93585 Screw - Hex . 94690 Screw - Hex . ( in Position # 1 ) 24 222698 Key - Flywheel 499907 25 Piston Assy . ( Standard ) 499908 Piston Assy . ( . 010 " O . S . ) 499909 Piston Assy . ( . 920 " O . S . ) 614 _ 499910 i Piston Aasy . ( . 030 " O . S , ) 26 499721 Ring Set ( Standard ) 299743 Ring Set ( Std . Chrome ) 391670 Ring Set ( . 010 " O . S . ) 616 230 391671 Ring Set ( . 020 " O . S . ) 391672 _ Ring Set ( . 030 " O . S . ) 263181 Leck - Piston Pin 21 _ 12 27 499911 28 Pin - Piston ( Std . ) 15A _ 499920 Pin - Piston ( . 005 " O . S , ) 29 390401 Rod - Connecting ( Standard ) 390773 Rod - Connecting ( . 020 " U . S . ) 30 222113 Dipper - Connecting Rod 32 94670 Screw - Connecting Rod 33 263017 Valve - Exhaust 220 219 Valve - Intake 34 261056 35 65906 Spring - Valve 40 221596 Retainer - Spring 45 260933 Tappet - Valve 46 214786 Gear - Cam 146 94388 Key - Timing 219 497037 Gear - Governor 221551 Washer - Thrust 220 244 94927 Washer - Gov . Crank 230 Connector - Hose 244 230318 tit REQUIRES SPECIAL TOOLS 411 94802 TO INSTALL . SEE REPAIR Plug INSTRUCTION MANUAL . 524 281370 Seal - Fill Plug 93306 Pin - Cotter 614 Crank - Govemor 616 496818 741 263625 Gear - Timing Seal - Valve 868 497656 * Included in Gasket Set - Part No . 497070 . 302 No . Part No . Delmdptlon 300 300 496127 Muffler - Exhaust 334 302 261409 Locknut - Muffler 333 398811 Armature - Magneto 334 94731 Screw - Hex . 356 491391 Wire - Gmund 851 493880 Terminal - Ignition Cable 23
CRAFTSMAN 10 H . P . ENGINE MODEL NO . 19G432 * 1182 - E1 FOR CHIPPER SHREDDER MODEL NO . 247.775890 Kay No . Part No . Description _ 12sJ 50 214170 Manifold - Intake 51 _ D , 272707 Gasket ] ntake Gasket - Intake 51A â¢ _ ? 72708 131 53 94778 Stud - Carb . Mounting 93 A281346 130 _ r - Bushing - Throttle Shaft " 94 498836 Valve - Idle Adjust 95 & 94098 Screw - Round Head 98A 495800 Screw - Idle Speed 104 tL231789 Pin - Float Hinge 95 987 105 A231935 Valve - Needle 106 _ 231856 Seat - inlet 93 108 224666 Valve - Choke 123 94913 Screw - Torx Â® Hex . 125 499029 Carburetor 127 & Plug - Welch ( Sold in Kit Only ) Valve - Throttle 130 224539 131 497846 Shaft - Throttle 494381 Float - Carburetor 133 137 t _ ? . 81 ! 65 Gasket - F ] oat Bowl 138 t t _ 281164 Washer 141 497160 Shatt - Choke 142 4498716 Nozzle - Carburetoi _ . ( Std . ) 499032 Nozzle - Carburetor ( High AIt . ) 51A 147 232086 Jet - Pilot 186 493496 Connector - Hose 142 lO5 186 634 A494455 Seal - Spring Assembly 950 94642 Screw - Bowl Mounting 965 94010 Nut - Hex . REQUIRES SPECIAL TOOLS / ; _ 975 495933 Bowl Assembly - Carburetor TO INSTALL . SEE REPAIR , fYJ _ 987 & 251166 Seal - Throttle Shaft INSTRUCTION MANUAL ( ( , . f _ l / _ 1091 281364 Ca . c - Limiter Key No . Pad No . Descdptlon 55 393576 Housing - Rewind Starter 56 295871 Pulley - Starter 57 490179 Spring - Rewind Starter 58 66894 Rope - Starter ( 63 " Long ) 59 490653 Insert - Grip 60 490652 Grip - Starter Rope 63 26O414 Spring - Ratchet 64 281204 Adapter - Spring Screw - Hex . 65 94904 66 399671 Clutch - Starter 67 394897 Housing - Clutch 68 63770 Bali - Clutch Ratchet - Clutch 70 298799 71 Cover - Ratchet 394506 94908 Nut - Hex . 373 6O8 390391 Starter Assy . - - RewirK : l 655 222598 Anchor - Rewind Spring 1016 490817 Spacer - Rewind _ 64 6551 * Included in Gasket Sat - Part No . 497070 . Part I - . L O Included in Valve Overhaul Gasket Set - â¢ Included in Carburetor Gasket Set - Part No . 497069 . , _ , Included in Carburetor Kit - Part No . 497849 . 59 24
CRAFTSMAN 10 H . P . ENGINE MODEL NO . 19G432 - 1182 - E1 FOR CHIPPER SHREDDER MODEL NO . 247.775890 Key No . Part No . Description 116 * 270920 Seal - O - Ring 209 263212 Spring - Governor 211 263182 Spring - Governor Idle 212 263051 Link - Throttle 212A 263049 Link - Throttle 592 227 499096 Lever . - Govemor 232 263020 Spring - Link 8471 525 284 94984 Screw - - - Shoulder 225218 Bracket - Oil Fill 422 Ol16 523 495225 Dipstick * 281370 Seal - Fill Tube 524A 525 495347 Tube - Oil Fill 284 _ ! 94907 Bolt - Governor Lever 562 592 281978 Nut - Hex . 623 231520 Screw - Shoulder 624 497207 Lever - Linkage 422 847 399901 Dipstick / Tube Assembly 523 Keyo . N Part No . Description _ 524 _ 187 280149 Line - Fuel ( Cut to Required Length 240 394358 Fitter - Fuel 3851 94789 Screw - Hex . 387 496257 Pump - Fuel 601 93053 Clamp - Hose ( Green ) 918 497457 Hose - Vacuum 240 * Included in Gasket Set - Part No . 497070 . 25
CRAFTSMAN 10 H . P . ENGINE MODEL NO . 19G432 - 1182 - E1 FOR CHIPPER SHREDDER MODEL NO . 247.775890 215 Keyo , N Part No . Description 23 298260 Flywheel 24 222698 Key - Flywheel 37 222475 Guard - Flywheel 38 . 94811 Screw - Hex . 224874 Screen - Rotating 73 74 94680 Screw - Hex . 75 225136 Washer - Flywheel 215 221760 Guide - Air 304 491596 Housing - Blower 305 94786 Screw - Hex . 363 19069 Puller - Flywheel 575 396691 Switch - Rotary 499354 Label Kit - Emission 1036 Keyo . N Part No . Description 3 * 391086 Seal - Oil 7 ! _ , 272163 Gasket - Cylinder Head 9 _ 27803 Gasket - Valve Cover 12 * 271701 Gasket - Crankcase ( . 015 " Thick , Std . ) * 27876 Gasket - Crankcase ( , 005 " Thick ) * 27877 Gasket - Crankcase ( . 009 " Thick ) Seal - Oil 20 * 391086 Gasket - Intake 51 _ 272707 51A * 272708 Gasket - Intake 93 1 _ 281346 Bushing - Throttle Shaft Screw - Round Head 95 A94098 104 A231789 Pin - Float Hinge Valve - Needle 105 A231935 106 A231856 Seat - Inlet 116 * 270920 Seal - - O - Ring Carburetor Kit 121 497849 358 GASKET SET 127 4 Plug - Welch ( Sold in Kit Only ) 137 4 + 281165 Gasket - Bowl ( Sold in Kit 121 CARBURETOR Kl't " Washer 138 A + 281164 977 CARBURETOR 142 4498716 Nozzle - Carburetor ( Std . ) GASKET SET 163 _ - * 272706 Gasket - Air Cleaner 104 _ 105 _ 127 _ 358 497070 Gasket Set 524A * 281370 Seal - Fill Tube 138 634 4494455 Seal - Spring Assembly 0 142 106 _ Q 138 _ ) 977 497069 Gasket Set - Carburetor Gasket - Oil Guard Cover 978 * 271736 1095 498534 Gasket Set - Valve Overhaul 93 51 137 A _ 634 _ 137 51A _ 95e - _ . _ j 9871 _ 1095 VALVE OVERHAUL GASKET SET * Included in Gasket Set - Part No . 497070 . O Included in Valve Overhaul Gasket Set - Part No . 498534 . â¢ IncludedinCarburetorGasketSet - Part No . 497069 . A Includedin CarburetorKit - Part No . 497849 . 26
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