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Operator's Manual CRRFTSMRN 24 " SNOW THROWER Model No . 247.88955 o SAFETY ASSEMBLY OPERATION MAINTENANCE PARTS LIST CAUTION : Before using o ESPANOL this product , read thisll manual and follow a safety rules and operating instructions . Sears , Roebuck and Co . , Hoffman Estates , IL 60179 , U . S . A . Visit our website : www . craftsman . com FORM1 / 0 . 769 - 03972A 2 / 6 / 2009
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WarrantSytatemen . t . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page2 Off - SeasoSntorage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page245 SafeOperationPractices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pages3 - 6 Troubleshootin . g . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page2 SafetyLabels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page711 PartsList . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pages26 - 34 Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pages8 - RepairProtectionAgreemen . . t . . . . . . . . . . Page389 Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pages12 - 153 Espado . . l . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page3 Service & Maintenanc . e . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pages16 - 2 CRAFTSMANLiMiTED WARRANTY Two Years on Snow Thrower Whenoperatedand maintainedaccordingto allsuppliedinstructions , if this snowthrowerfailsdueto a defectinmaterialorworkmanshipwithin twoyearsfromthe dateor purchase , returnit to any authorizedCraftsmandrop - offlocationfor free repair . Forthe nearestauthorizedlocation , call 1 - 800 - 4MYHOME . Thiswarrantyappliesfor only90 daysfromthe dateof purchaseif thissnowthroweris everusedfor commerciaol r rentalpurposes . Thiswarranty coversONLYdefects in material andworkmanship . Sears will NOTpay for : • Expendableitemsthatbecomewornduringnormaluse , includingbutnot limitedto skidshoes , shaveplate , shearpins , sparkplug , air cleaner , belts , andoil filter . • Standardmaintenanceservicing , oilchanges , or tune - ups . • Tire replacemenot r repaircausedby puncturesfromoutsideobjects , suchas nails , thorns , stumps , or glass . • Tireor wheelreplacemenot r repairresultingfromnormalwear , accident , orimpropeorperationor maintenance . • Repairsnecessarybecauseof operatorabuse , includingbutnot limitedto damagecausedby impactingobjectsthat bendthe frameor crankshaft , orover - speedingtheengine . • Repairsnecessarybecauseof operatornegligence , includingbut not limitedto , electricalandmechanicaldamagecausedby improper storage , failureto usethe propergradeandamountof engineoil , or failureto maintainthe equipmentaccordingto the instructioncsontained inthe operator'smanual . • Engine ( fuelsystem ) cleaningor repairscausedbyfuel determinedto becontaminatedoroxidized ( stale ) . In general , fuel shouldbeused within30 daysof itspurchasedate . • Normaldeteriorationandwearof the exteriorfinishes , or productlabelreplacement . Thiswarrantyappliesonly whilethisproductis usedinthe UnitedStates . Thiswarrantygivesyou specificlegalrights , andyou mayalso haveotherrightswhichvaryfromstateto state . Sears , Roebuck and Co . , NoffmanEstates , IL 60179 Model Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EngineOilType : 5W - 30 Serial Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EngineOilCapacity : 20ounces Dateof Purchase . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FuelCapacity : 2.3Quarts SparkPlug : TorchF6RTC ( F6TC ) Recordthe modelnumber , serialnumber SparkPlugGap : . 020 " to . 030 " anddateof purchaseabove © SearsBrands , LLC 2
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Thismachinewasbuiltto beoperatedaccordingto the safeopera - Thissymbolpointsout importantsafetyinstructionswhich , if not tion practicesinthis manual . As withanytypeof powerequipment , followed , couldendangerthepersonalsafetyand / orpropertyof carelessnessorerroron the partof the operatorcan resultin serious yourselfandothers . Readandfollowall instructionsin thismanual injury . Thismachineis capableof amputatingfingers , hands , toes beforeattemptingto operatethismachine . Failureto complywith andfeetandthrowingdebris . Failureto observethe followingsafety theseinstructionsmayresultin personalinjury . Whenyou seethis instructionscouldresultin seriousinjuryor death . symbol , HEEDITSWARNING ! CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 Your Responsibility - - Restrict the useof this powermachineto personswho read , understandandfollowthewarningsand instruc - EngineExhaust , someof itsconstituents , andcertainvehicle tionsin thismanualandon the machine , componentscontainoremitchemicalsknownto Stateof California to causecancerandbirthdefectsorotherreproductiveharm , SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS ! TRAiNiNG PREPARATION • Read , understand , andfollowall instructionosn the machineand Thoroughlyinspecttheareawherethe equipmentis to beused . in themanual ( s ) beforeattemptingto assembleandoperate . Removeall doormats , newspapers , sleds , boards , wiresandother Failureto do socan resultinseriousinjuryto the operatorand / foreignobjects , whichcouldbe trippedoverorthrownby the auger / orbystanders . Keepthismanualin a safeplaceforfutureand impeller . regularreferenceandfor orderingreplacemenpt arts . Forques - Alwayswear safetyglassesor eyeshieldsduringoperationand tionscall , 1 - 800 - 659 - 5917 . while performingan adjustmentor repairto protectyoureyes . • Befamiliarwithall controlsandtheir properoperation . Knowhow Thrownobjectswhichricochetcancauseseriousinjuryto the to stopthe machineanddisengagethemquickly . eyes . • Neverallowchildrenunder14yearsof ageto operatethis Donot operatewithoutwearingadequatewinteroutergarments . machine . Children14andover shouldreadandunderstandthe Donot wearjewelry , longscarvesorotherlooseclothing , which instructionsandsafeoperationpracticesin thismanualandon could becomeentangledinmovingparts . Wearfootwearwhich the machineandbe trainedandsupervisedby anadult . will improvefootingonslipperysurfaces . • Neverallowadultsto operatethis machinewithoutproper Usea groundedthree - wireextensioncordand receptaclefor all instruction . machineswithelectricstartengines . • Thrownobjectscan causeseriouspersonalinjury . Planyour Disengageall controlleversbeforestartingthe engine . snow - throwingpatternto avoiddischargeof materialtoward Adjustcollectorhousingheightto cleargravelorcrushedrock roads , bystandersandthe like . surfaces . • Keepbystanders , petsandchildrenat least75feetfromthe Neverattemptto makeanyadjustmentswhileengineis running , machinewhile itisinoperation . Stopmachineifanyoneenters exceptwherespecificallyrecommendedinthe operator'smanual . the area . Letengineandmachineadjustto outdoortemperaturebefore • Exercisecautionto avoidslippingor falling , especiallywhen startingto clearsnow . operatinginreverse . 3
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Safe Handling of Gasoline • Exerciseextremecautionwhenoperatingon orcrossinggravel surfaces . Stayalertfor hiddenhazardsor traffic . Toavoidpersonalinjuryor propertydamageuseextremecare in handlinggasoline . Gasolineis extremelyflammableandthe vaporsare • Exercisecautionwhenchangingdirectionandwhileoperatingon explosive . Seriouspersonalinjurycan occurwhengasolineis spilled slopes . onyourselfor yourclotheswhichcan ignite . Washyour skinand • Planyoursnow - throwingpatternto avoiddischargetowards changeclothesimmediately . windows , walls , carsetc . Thus , avoidingpossibleproperty • Useonly anapprovedgasolinecontainer . damageor personalinjurycausedby a ricochet . • Extinguishall cigarettes , cigars , pipesandother sources • Neverdirectdischargeat children , bystandersand petsor allow of ignition . anyoneinfrontof the machine . • Neverfuelmachineindoors . • Donot overloadmachinecapacityby attemptingto clearsnowat too fastof a rate . • Neverremovegas capor addfuel whilethe engineis hot or running . • Neveroperatethis machinewithoutgoodvisibilityorlight . Always be sureof yourfootingand keepa firmholdon the handles . Walk , • Allowengineto coolat leasttwo minutesbeforerefueling . neverrun . • Neveroverfill fueltank . Filltankto no morethan1 / 2inch • Disengagepowerto theauger / impellerwhentransportingor not belowbottomof filler neckto providespacefor fuel in use . expansion . • Neveroperatemachineat hightransportspeedson slippery • Replacegasolinecap andtightensecurely . surfaces . Lookdownand behindand usecare whenbackingup . • Ifgasolineis spilled , wipeit offthe engineandequipment . Movemachineto anotherarea . Wait5 minutesbefore • Ifthe machineshouldstart to vibrateabnormallys , topthe engine , disconnectthe sparkplugwire andgroundit againstthe engine . startingthe engine . Inspectthoroughlyfor damage . Repairanydamagebefore • Neverstorethe machineor fuel containerinsidewhere startingandoperating . thereis anopenflame , sparkor pilotlight ( e . g . furnace , • Disengageall controlleversandstopenginebeforeyouleave waterheater , spaceheater , clothesdryer etc . ) . the operatingposition ( behindthe handles ) . Waituntilthe auger / • Allowmachineto cool at least5 minutesbeforestoring . impellercomesto a completestopbeforeuncloggingthechute • Neverfill containersinsidea vehicleor ona truckor trailer assembly , makingany adjustments , or inspections . bedwitha plasticliner . Alwaysplacecontainersonthe • Neverput yourhandinthe dischargeor collectoropenings . Do groundawayfromyourvehiclebeforefilling . not unclogchuteassemblywhileengineis running . Shutoff • If possible , removegas - poweredequipmentfromthetruck engineand remainbehindhandlesuntilall movingpartshave ortrailerand refuelit on the ground . If thisis not possible , stoppedbeforeunclogging . then refuelsuchequipmentona trailerwitha portable • Useonly attachmentsandaccessoriesapprovedby the manufac - container , ratherthan fromagasolinedispensernozzle . turer ( e . g . wheelweights , tire chains , cabsetc . ) . • Keepthe nozzleincontactwiththe rimof the fueltankor • Whenstartingengine , pullcord slowlyuntilresistanceis felt , then containeropeningat alltimesuntil fuelingis complete . Do pull rapidly . Rapidretractionof startercord ( kickback ) will pull notuse a nozzlelock - opendevice . handandarmtowardenginefasterthan youcan let go . Broken OPERATION bones , fractures , bruisesor sprainscould result . • Do not puthandsorfeetnear rotatingparts , in the auger / impeller • Ifsituationsoccurwhichare notcoveredinthis manual , use care housingor chuteassembly . Contactwiththe rotatingpartscan andgoodjudgment . ContactCustomerSupportfor assistance amputatehandsandfeet . andthe nameof your nearestservicingdealer . • Theauger / impellercontrolleveris a safetydevice . Neverbypass CLEARING A CLOGGED DISCHARGE CHUTE itsoperation . Doingso makesthe machineunsafeandmaycause Handcontactwiththe rotatingimpellerinsidethe dischargechute personalinjury . is the mostcommoncauseof injuryassociatedwithsnowthrowers . • Thecontrolleversmustoperateeasilyin bothdirectionsand Neveruse yourhandto cleanout thedischargechute . automaticallyreturnto the disengagedpositionwhenreleased . Toclear thechute : • Neveroperatewitha missingor damagedchuteassembly . Keep 1 . SHUTTHEENGINEOFF ! all safetydevicesin placeandworking . 2 . Wait 10secondsto be surethe impellerbladeshavestopped • Neverrunanengineindoorsor ina poorlyventilatedarea . Engine rotating . exhaustcontainscarbonmonoxide , anodorlessanddeadlygas . 3 . Alwaysusea clean - outtool , not yourhands . • Do notoperatemachinewhileunderthe influenceof alcoholor drugs . • Mufflerandenginebecomehotandcan causea burn . Do not touch . Keepchildrenaway . 4
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MAINTENANCE & STORAGE DO NOT MODIFY ENGINE • Nevertamperwithsafetydevices . Checktheirproperoperation Toavoidseriousinjuryor death , do not modifyengineinany way . regularly . Referto the maintenanceandadjustmentsectionsof Tamperingwiththe governorsettingcanleadto a runawayengineand thismanual . causeit to operateat unsafespeeds . Nevertamperwithfactorysetting of enginegovernor . • Beforecleaning , repairing , or inspectingmachinedisengageall controlleversandstopthe engine . Waituntilthe auger / impeller NOTICE REGARDING EMISSIONS cometo a completestop . Disconnectthe sparkplugwireand EngineswhicharecertifiedtocomplywithCaliforniaandfederal groundagainsttheengineto preventunintendedstarting . EPAemissionregulationsfor SORE ( SmallOff RoadEquipment ) are Checkboltsand screwsfor propertightnessat frequentintervals certifiedto operateon regularunleadedgasoline , and mayinclude to keepthe machineinsafeworkingcondition . Also , visually the followingemissioncontrolsystems : EngineModification ( EM ) , inspectmachinefor anydamage . OxidizingCatalyst ( OC ) , SecondaryAirInjection ( SAI ) and ThreeWay Do notchangetheenginegovernorsettingor over - speedthe Catalyst ( TWO ) if so equipped . engine . Thegovernorcontrolsthe maximumsafeoperatingspeed SPARK ARRESTOR of the engine . Snowthrowershaveplatesand skidshoesaresubjectto wear anddamage . Foryoursafetyprotection , frequentlycheckall Thismachineisequippedwithaninternalcombustionengineand componentsand replacewithoriginalequipmentmanufacturer's shouldnotbe usedonor nearany unimprovedforest - covered , ( OEM ) partsonly . " Useof partswhichdo not meetthe original brush - coveredorgrass - coveredlandunlessthe engine'sexhaust equipmentspecificationsmayleadto improperperformanceand systemisequippedwitha sparkarrestermeetingapplicablelocalor compromisesafety ! " statelaws ( if any ) Checkcontrolleversperiodicallyto verifytheyengageanddisen - gageproperlyandadjust , if necessary . Referto the adjustment Ifa sparkattesteris used , it shouldbemaintainedin effectiveworking sectioninthisoperator'smanualfor instructions . orderby theoperator . Inthe Stateof Californiathe aboveis required Maintainor replacesafetyandinstructionlabels , as necessary . bylaw ( Section4442of the CaliforniaPublicResourcesCode ) . Other • Observeproperdisposallawsand regulationsfor gas , oil , etc . to statesmayhavesimilarlaws . Federallawsapplyonfederallands . protectthe environment . A sparkarresterfor the muffleris availablethroughyournearestSears PartsandRepairServiceCenter . Priorto storing , runmachinea few minutestoclear snowfrom machineand preventfreezeupof auger / impeller . Neverstorethe machineorfuel containerinsidewherethereisan openflame , sparkorpilot lightsuchas a waterheater , furnace , clothesdryer etc . Alwaysreferto the operator'smanualfor properinstructionosn off - seasonstorage . Checkfuelline , tank , cap , andfittingsfrequentlyfor cracksor leaks . Replaceif necessary . Do notcrankenginewithsparkplugremoved . Accordingto the ConsumerProductsSafetyCommission ( CPSC ) andthe U . S . EnvironmentaPl rotectionAgency ( EPA ) , thisproduct hasan AverageUsefulLifeof seven ( 7 ) years , or 60 hoursof operation . At the endof theAverageUsefulLifehavethe machine inspectedannuallybyan authorizedservicedealerto ensurethat allmechanicalandsafetysystemsareworkingproperlyand not wornexcessively . Failureto do so can resultinaccidents , injuries ordeath .
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SAFETY SYMBOLS Thispagedepictsanddescribessafetysymbolsthatmayappearonthisproduct . Read , understand , andfollowall instructionson the machine beforeattemptingto assembleandoperate . READ THE OPERATOR'S MANUAL ( S ) Read , understand , and follow all instructions in the manual ( s ) before attempting to assemble and i operate i WARNING - - ROTATING BLADES Keep hands out of inlet and discharge openings while machine is running . There are rotating blades inside WARNING - - ROTATING BLADES Keep hands out of inlet and discharge openings while machine is running . There are rotating blades inside WARNING - - ROTATING AUGER Do not put hands or feet near rotating parts , in the auger / impeller housing or chute assembly . Contact with the rotating parts can amputate hands and feet . WARNING - - THROWN OBJECTS This machine may pick up and throw and objects which can cause serious personal injury . WARNING - - GASOLINE IS FLAMMABLE Allow the engine to cool at least two minutes before refueling . WARNING - - CARBON MONOXIDE Never run an engine indoors or in a poorly ventilated area . Engine exhaust contains carbon monoxide , an odorless and deadly gas . WARNING - - ELECTRICAL SHOCK Do not use the engine's electric starter in the rain 6
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1 . KEEPAWAYFROMROTATINGiMPELLERR ANDAUGER , CONTACWTiTHiMPELLEOR AUGERCANAMPUTATHEANDSANDFEET . 2 . USECLEAN - OUTTOOLTOUNCLOG DISCHARGECHUTE . 3 . DISENGAGCELUTCHLEVERSS , TOPENGINE , AND REMAINBEHINDHANDLESUNTILALL MOVINGPARTSHAVESTOPPEDBEFORE UNCLOGGINGOR SERViCiNGMACHINE . TOAVOIDTHROWN OBJECTSiNJURiES , NEVERDIRECTDISCHARGAETBYSTANDERS . USEEXTRACAUTIONWHEN OPERATINOGN GRAVELSURFACES . 5 . BEAD OPERATOR'SMANUAL . CLEAN - OUT TOOL 7
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NOTE : Referencesto rightorleft sideof the snowthrowerare determinedfrombehindthe unit inthe operatingposition ( standing directlybehindthe snowthrower , facingthe handlepanel ) . REMOVING FROM CARTON 1 . Cutthe cornersof thecartonandlay the sidesflaton the ground . Removeanddiscardallpackinginserts . 2 . Movethe snowthrowerout of thecarton . 3 . Makecertainthe cartonhas beencompletelyemptiedbefore discardingit . LOOSE PARTS Tworeplacementaugershearpinsare includedwiththis manual . Refer to ReplacingShearPinsinthe Operationsectionfor moreinformation regardingshearpin replacement . ASSEMBLY 1 . Placethe shiftleverin the Forward - 6position . 2 . Observethe lowerrearareaof the snowthrowerto besure both Figure1 cablesarealignedwith rollerguidesbeforepivotingthe handle upward . See Figure1 . NOTE : Makecertainthe upperends of eachcableare seatedproperly f in itsbracket . . Securethehandlebytighteningthe plasticwing knoblocatedon boththe left andrightsidesof the handle . SeeFigure2 . Remove anddiscardany rubberbands , if present . Theyarefor packaging ! purposesonly . / / / Figure2 8
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. Positionthechuteassemblyoverthe base . See Figure3 . 5 . Closethe flangekeepersto securethechuteassemblyto the chutebase . SeeFigure4 . The flangekeeperswill click intoplace whenproperlysecure . NOTE : Ifthe flangekeeperswill noteasilyclickinto place , usethe palmof yourhandto applyswift , firmpressureto the backof each . . a . Removetheflatwasherand hairpinclip fromthe endof the chutedirectionalcontrol . b . Insertthe endof the chutedirectionalcontrolinto the lower bracketandsecurewiththe flatwasherandhairpinclipjust removed . See Figure5 . If necessary , the lowerbracketcan beadjusted . Referto ChuteBracketAdjustmentinthe Service & Maintenancesection . Figure4 f F \ J Figure5 Figure3 9
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SET - UP Chute Clean - Out Tool Achute clean - out tool is fastenedto the top of the augerhousing witha mountingclip . SeeFigure6 . The tool is designedto cleara chuteassemblyof ice andsnow . Thisitemis fastenedwitha cabletie at the factory . Cutthecable tie beforeoperatingthe snowthrower . ChuteClean - outTool Neveruseyour handsto cleara cloggedchuteassembly . Shut offengineand remainbehindhandlesuntilall movingpartshave stoppedbeforeusingthe clean - outtool to clear thechuteassembly . Tire Pressure Beforeoperating , checktire pressureand reducepressureinbothtires to between15psiand20 psi . NOTE : If thetire pressureis notequalin bothtires , the unit maynot travelin a straightpathandthe shaveplatemaywearunevenly . Figure6 ADJUSTMENTS Skid Shoes f The snowthrowerskidshoesareadjustedupwardat thefactoryfor shippingpurposes . Adjustthemdownward , if desired , priorto operat - ingthe snowthrower . It is not recommendedthatyouoperatethis snowthrowerongravel as it can easilypickup andthrowloosegravel , causingpersonal njuryordamageto the snowthrowerand surroundng property . • Forclosesnowremovalona smoothsurface , raiseskidshoes higheronthe augerhousing . • Usea middleor lowerpositionwhentheareato be clearedis uneven , suchas a graveldriveway NOTE : If youchooseto operatethe snowthrowerona gravelsurface , keepthe skidshoesin positionfor maximumclearancebetweenthe groundandthe shaveplate . Toadjustthe skidshoes : Figure7 1 . Loosenthe four hexnuts ( twooneach side ) andcarriagebolts . Moveskidshoesto desiredposition . SeeFigure7 . 2 . Makecertainthe entirebottomsurfaceof skidshoeis againstthe groundto avoidunevenwearonthe skidshoes . 3 . Retightennutsand boltssecurely . 10
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Chute Assembly Thedistancesnowis throwncan beadjustedby changingthe angleof the chuteassembly . Todo so : 1 . Stopthe engineby removingthe ignitionkeyandloosenthe plasticwingknobfoundonthe left sideof the chuteassembly . 2 . Pivotthe chuteupwardordownwardbeforeretighteningthewing knob . See Figure8 . Auger Control Priorto operatingyour snowthrower , carefullyreadandfollowall instructionsbelow . Performalladjustmentsto verifyyour snow throweris operatingsafelyandproperly . Checktheadjustmentof the augercontrolas follows : 1 . Whentheaugercontrolis releasedandin the disengaged " up " position , the cableshouldhavevery littleslack . ItshouldNOTbe Figure8 tight . 2 . In a well - ventilatedarea , start the snowthrowerengine . Referto Startingthe Engineinthe Operationsection . 3 . Whilestandinginthe operator'sposition ( behindthe snow thrower ) , engagethe auger . 4 . Allowtheaugerto remainengagedfor approximatelyten ( 10 ) secondsbeforereleasingthe augercontrol . Repeatthisseveral times . 5 . Withtheaugercontrolin thedisengaged " up " position , walkto the frontof the machine . 6 . Confirmthatthe augerhas completelystoppedrotatingand showsNOsignsof motion . If the augershowsANYsignsof rotating , immediatelyreturnto the operator'spositionandshutoff the engine . Waitfor ALLmovingpartsto stopbeforeadjustingthe augercontrol . 7 . Toreadjustthecontrolcable , loosentheupperhexbolt onthe augercablebracket . SeeFigure9 . 8 . Positionthe bracketupwardto providemoreslack ( or downward to increasecabletension ) . 9 . Retightenthe upperhex bolt . 10 . Repeatsteps2 - 6aboveto verifyproperadjustmenthasbeen achieved . Figure9 11
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f ShiftLever Drive Control / J Auger Control Gas Cap Chute Assembly OilFill _ ChuteDirectionalControl \ \ , \ \ Clean Out Mumer Recoil Starter Tool \ andle Primer Ignition Key Throttle Control Choke Control : lectric Start Augers Button Oil Drain SkidShoe Electric Starter Outlet J Figure10 Nowthat youhavesetup yoursnowthrower , it's importantto become IGNITION KEY acquaintedwith itscontrolsandfeatures . Referto Figure10 . The ignitionkeyis a safetydevice . It mustbe fullyinsertedinorderfor the engineto start . SHIFT LEVER Removethe ignitionkeywhenthe snowthrower is not inuse . NOTE : Donot turnthe ignitionkeyinan attempt 1 2345 6 to startthe engine . Doingso maycauseit to break . The shiftleveris locatedonthe dash panel . Placethe shift leverinto CHOKE CONTROL anyof eight positionsto controlthe directionof travelandground The chokecontrolis foundon the rearof the speed . engineand isactivatedby turningthe rotary Forward chokeknobto the ON position . Activatingthe Yoursnowthrowerhas sixforward ( F ) speeds . Positionone ( 1 ) is the chokecontrolclosesthe chokeplateonthe slowestandpositionsix ( 6 ) is the fastest . carburetorandaids instartingthe engine . Reverse Yoursnowthrowerhastwo reverse ( R ) speeds . One ( 1 ) is the slower andtwo ( 2 ) is the faster . Meets ANSi Safety Standards CraftsmanSnowThrowersconformto the safetystandardof the AmericanNationalStandardsInstitute ( ANSi ) . 12
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THROTTLE CONTROL The augercontrolis locatedon the lefthandle . Squeezethe control gripagainstthe handleto engagethe augersand startsnowthrowing action . Releaseto stop . DRIVE CONTROL / AUGER CONTROL LOCK J DRIVE The throttle control is located on the rear of the engine . It regulates the CONTROL speed of the engine and willshut off the engine when moved intothe STOP position . Depressingthe primerforcesfuel directlyintothe PRIMER I _ TY - " - L engine'scarburetorto aid incold - weatherstarting . RECOIL STARTER HANDLE Thishandleis usedto manuallystartthe engine . The drivecontrolis locatedon the righthandle . Squeezethe control gripagainstthe handleto engagethe wheeldrive . Releaseto stop . ELECTRIC STARTER BUTTON Releasebothcontrolsto stopthe augersandwheeldrive . Pressingthe electricstarterbuttonengagesthe engine'selectric starterwhenpluggedintoa 120Vpowersource . NOTE : Alwaysreleasethedrivecontrolbeforechangingspeeds . Failureto doso will resultinincreasedwearon yourmachine'sdrive ELECTRIC STARTER OUTLET system . Requiresthe useof athree - prongoutdoorextensioncord ( included ) CHUTE DIRECTIONAL CONTROL anda 120Vpowersource / walloutlet . / _ CCHUTE DIRECTIONAL CONTROL OIL FILL Engineoil levelcan becheckedand oiladdedthroughtheoil fill . ADJUSTABLE CHUTETILT DISCHARGE DISCHARGE LEFT GAS CAP Unthreadthe gascap to addgasolineto the fuel tank . AUGERS , . . . . Whenengaged , the augersrotateanddrawsnowintothe auger housing . # \ J The chutedirectionalcontrolis locatedonleft sideof the snowthrower . CHUTE ASSEMBLY Tochangethe directioninwhichsnowis thrown , turnchutedirectional Snowdrawninto theaugerhousingis dischargedout the chute controlas follows : assembly . * Crankclockwiseto dischargeto the left . * Crankcounterclockwiseto dischargeto the right . AUGER CONTROL SKID SHOES J AUGER CONTROL Positionthe skidshoesbasedonsurfaceconditions . Adjustupward for hard - packedsnow . Adjustdownwardwhenoperatingon gravelor crushedrocksurfaces . 13
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CLEAN - OUT TOOL • Refuelina well - ventilatedareawiththe enginestopped . Do not smokeorallowflamesor sparksin the areawherethe engineis refueledor wheregasolineis stored . Neveruse yourhandsto cleara cloggedchuteassembly . Shut • Donot overfillthe fueltank . After refueling , makesurethe tank off engineandremainbehindhandlesuntilall movingpartshave cap is closedproperlyandsecurely . stoppedbeforeusingthe clean - outtoolto clear thechuteassembly . • Becarefulnotto spillfuel whenrefueling . Spilledfuel orfuel vapor mayignite . Ifany fuelis spilled , makesurethe areais dry before Thechuteclean - outtool is convenientlyfastenedto the rearof the startingthe engine . augerhousingwitha mountingclip . Shouldsnowandice become • Avoidrepeatedorprolongedcontactwithskinor breathingof lodgedin thechuteassemblyduringoperation , proceedas followsto ) or . safelycleanthechuteassemblyandchuteopening : 1 . Releaseboththe AugerControlandthe DriveControl . Useextremecarewhen handlinggasoline . Gasolineis extremely 2 . Stopthe engineby removingthe ignitionkey . flammableandthevaporsare explosive . Neverfuelthe machine 3 . Removethe clean - outtoolfromthe clip whichsecuresit to the indoorsorwhilethe engineis hotor running . Extinguishcigarettes , rearof the augerhousing . cigars , pipesandothersourcesof ignition . 4 . Usethe shovel - shapedendof theclean - outtool to dislodgeand 1 . Cleanaroundfuel fill beforeremovingcap to fuel . scoopany snowand icewhichhasformedin andnearthechute 2 . A fuel levelindicatoris locatedin the fueltank . Fill tankuntilfuel assembly . reachesthe fuel levelindictor . SeeFigure10inset . Becarefulnot 5 . Refastenthe clean - outtool to the mountingclip onthe rearof to overfill . theaugerhousing , reinsertthe ignitionkeyandstartthe snow STARTING THE ENGINE thrower'sengine . 6 . Whilestandinginthe operator'sposition ( behindthesnow thrower ) , engagethe augercontrolfora fewsecondsto clear any Alwayskeep handsandfeetclearof movingparts . Donot usea remainingsnowandice fromthechuteassembly . pressurizedstartingfluid . Vaporsare flammable . BEFORE STARTING ENGINE NOTE : Allowthe engineto warmupfor a fewminutesafter starting . The enginewill notdevelopfull poweruntilit reachesoperating temperatures . Read , understand , andfollowall instructionsandwarningson the machineand inthismanualbeforeoperating . 1 . Makecertainboththe augercontrolanddrivecontrolarein the disengaged ( released ) position . Oil 2 . Insertignitionkeyinto slot . Makesure it snapsinto place . Do not The unitwasshippedwithoil inthe engine . Checkoil levelbeforeeach attemptto turn the key . operationto ensureadequateoilin the engine . Forfurtherinstructions , referto the stepsonpage16 . NOTE : Theenginecannotstartwithoutthe keyis fully insertedintothe ignitionswitch . NOTE : Besureto checkthe engineon a levelsurfacewiththe engine stopped . Electric Starter 1 . Removethe oil fillercap / dipstickandwipethe dipstickclean . 2 . Insertthe cap / dipstickintotheoil filler neck , butdo not screwit in . 3 . Removethe oil fillercap / dipstick . Ifthe levelis low , slowlyadd The optionalelectricstarteris equippedwitha groundedthree - wire oil ( 5 % 30 , witha minimumclassificationof SF / SG ) untiloil level powercordand plug , andis designedto operateon 120voltAC registersbetweenhigh ( H ) andlow ( L ) . householdcurrent . Itmustbe usedwitha properlygroundedthree - prongreceptacleat all timesto avoidthe possibilityof electricshock . NOTE : Do notoverfill . Overfillingwithoil mayresultinenginesmoking , Followall instructionscarefullypriorto operatingthe electricstarter . hardstartingor sparkplugfouling . DONOTuseelectricstarterinthe rain . 4 . Replaceandtightencap / dipstickfirmlybeforestartingengine . Determinethatyourhome'swiringis a three - wiregroundedsystem . Gasoline Aska licensedelectricianif you arenotcertain . Useautomotivegasoline ( unleadedor low leadedto minimizecombus - Ifyou havea groundedthree - prongreceptacle , proceedas follows . tionchamberdeposits ) witha minimumof 87octane.Gasolinewith Ifyou donot havethe properhousewiring , DONOTusethe electric upto 10 % ethanolor 15 % MTBE ( MethylTertiaryButylEther ) canbe starterunderanyconditions . used . Neveruseanoil / gasolinemixtureor dirtygasoline . Avoidgetting 1 . Plugthe extensioncord intothe outletlocatedon the engine's dirt , dust , or waterin thefuel tank . DO NOTuse E85gasoline . surface . Plugthe otherendof extensioncord intoa three - prong 120 - volt , grounded , AC outletina well - ventilatedarea . 14
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2 . Movethrottlecontrolto FAST ( rabbit ) _ position . TO ENGAGE DRIVE 3 . Movechoketo the ON position I , " 1 ( c dengsintaret ) . If 1 . Withthe throttlecontrolinthe Fast ( rabbit ) ' _ position , move engineis warm , placechokein RUNposition . shiftleverintooneof thesix forward ( F ) positionsortwo reverse 4 . Pushprimerthree to five ( 3 - 5 ) times , makingsureto covervent ( R ) positions . Selecta speedappropriatefor the snowconditions holewhenpushing . Ifengineis warm , pushprimeronlyonce . anda paceyou'recomfortablewith . Alwayscoverventholewhenpushing . Cool weathermayrequire NOTE : When selectinga DriveSpeed , use the slowerspeedsuntil primingto berepeated . you arecomfortableandfamiliarwiththe operationof the snow 5 . Pushstarterbuttonto start engine . Oncethe enginestarts , im - thrower . mediatelyreleasestarterbutton . Electricstarteris equippedwith 2 . Squeezethe drivecontrolagainstthe handleandthe snow thermaloverloadprotection ; systemwill temporarilyshut - downto throwerwill move . Releaseit anddrive motionwill stop . allowstarterto cool if electricstarterbecomesoverloaded . 6 . As theenginewarms , slowlyrotatethe chokecontrolto RUN NOTE : NEVERrepositionthe shiftlever ( changespeedsordirection position . If the enginefalters , restartengineandrunwithchoke of travel ) withoutfirst releasingthe drivecontrolandbringingthe snow at half - chokepositionfor a shortperiodof time , andthen slowly throwerto a completestop . Doingsowill resultin prematurewearto rotatethe chokeinto RUNposition . the snowthrower'sdrivesystem . 7 . Afterengineis running , disconnectpowercordfromelectric starter . Whendisconnecting , alwaysunplugthe endat the wall TO ENGAGE AUGERS outletbeforeunpluggingtheoppositeendfromthe engine . 1 . Toengagethe augersandstartthrowingsnow , squeezethe RecoiJ Starter augercontrolagainstthe lefthandle . Releaseto stoptheaugers . REPLACING SHEAR PINS Do notpullthe starterhandlewhilethe enginerunning . The augersare securedto the spiralshaftwithfour shearpinsand 1 . Movethrottlecontrolto FAST ( rabbit ) _ position . bow - tieclips . Ifthe augershouldstrikea foreignobjector icejam , the 2 . Movechoketo the ON position I , , _ q ( coldenginestart ) . If snowthroweris designedso thatthe shearpins mayshear . If augers engineis warm , placechokein RUNposition . will not turn , checkto seeif the pinshavesheared . SeeFigure11 . 3 . Pushprimerthree to five ( 3 - 5 ) times , makingsureto covervent holewhenpushing . Ifengineis warm , pushprimeronlyonce . NEVERreplacethe augershearpinswithanythingotherthanSears Alwayscoverventholewhenpushing . Cool weathermayrequire primingto berepeated . SKU # 88389 / 0EMPart No . 738 - 04124Areplacementshearpins . Anydamageto the augergearboxor othercomponentsas a resultof 4 . Pullgentlyonthe starterhandleuntil it beginsto resist , then [ fa ngto doso w NOTbe coveredby yoursnowthrowers warranty . pullquicklyandforcefullyto overcomethe compression . Do not releasethe handleandallowit to snapback . Returnrope SLOWLYto originalposition . If required , repeatthisstep . Alwaysturnoff the snowthrower'sengineandremovethe keypriorto 5 . As theenginewarms , slowlyrotatethe chokecontrolto RUN replacingshearpins . position . If the enginefalters , restartengineandrunwithchoke at half - chokepositionfor a shortperiodof time , andthen slowly rotatethe chokeinto RUNposition . Toavoid unsupervisedengineoperation , neverleavethemachine unattendedwiththe enginerunning . Turnthe engineoffafteruse and removeignitionkey . STOPPING THE ENGINE Afteryouhavefinishedsnow - throwingr , unenginefora few minutes beforestoppingto helpdry offany moistureonthe engine . 1 . Movethrottlecontrolto STOP _ position . 2 . Removetheignitionkey . Removingthe keywill reducethe pos - sibilityof unauthorizedstartingof theenginewhileequipmentis not inuse . Keepthe keyin a safeplace . The enginecannotstart s ¸ . . . . . . iJ withoutthe ignitionkey . 3 . Wipeany moistureawayfromthe controlson theengine . Figure11 15
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MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE Beforeperforminganytypeofmaintenance / servicdei , sengageall Followthe maintenanceschedulegiven below . Thischartdescribes controlsandstoptheengineW . aituntilallmovingpartshavecometo serviceguidelinesonly . Usethe ServiceLogcolumnto keeptrackof acompletestop . Disconnecstparkplugwireandgrounditagainstthe completedmaintenancetasks . To locate the nearest Sears Service enginetopreventunintendedstarting . Alwayswearsafetyglassesduring Centeror to scheduleservice , simplycontactSearsat 1 - 800 - 4 - MY - HOME ® . operationorwhileperforminganyadjustmentsorrepairs . 1 . Check EachUseandevery5 1 . Engineoil level hours 2 . Looseormissinghardware 2 . Tightenor replace 3 . Clean 3 . Unitandengine . 1st5 hours 1 . Engineoil 1 . Change 1 . Check Annuallyor 25 hours 1 . Sparkplug 2 . Controllinkagesandpivots 2 . Lubewithlight oil 3 . Wheels 3 . Lubewithmultipurposeautogrease 4 . GearshaftandAugershaft 4 . Lubewithlight oil Annuallyor 50 hours 1 . Engineoil 1 . Change Annuallyor 100hours 1 . Sparkplug 1 . Change BeforeStorage 1 . Fuelsystem 1 . Runengineuntilit stopsfromlack offuel ENGINE MAINTENANCE Beforelubricating , repairing , or inspecting , disengageall controls Iandstopengine . Waituntilall movingpartshavecometo a complete _ stop . Checking Engine Oil NOTE : Checktheoil levelbeforeeachuseto besurecorrectoil level is maintained . Whenaddingoilto the engine , referto viscositychart below . Engine oilcapacityis 600ml ( approx . 20 oz . ) . Donot over - fill . Usea 4 - stroke , oran equivalenthighdetergent , premiumqualitymotoroilcertified to meetorexceedU . S . automobilemanufacturer'srequirementsfor serviceclassificationSG , SR MotoroilsclassifiedSG , SFwill show thisdesignationonthe container . 1 . Removethe oil fillercap / dipstickandwipethe dipstickclean . 2 . Insertthe cap / dipstickintotheoil filler neck , butdo not screwit in . J Figure12 3 . Removethe oil fillercap / dipstick . Iflevelislow , slowlyadd oiluntil oil levelregistersbetweenhigh ( H ) andlow ( L ) . SeeFigure12 . 4 . Replaceandtightencap / dipstickfirmlybeforestartingengine . 3 . Removeoil drainplug . SeeFigure13on nextpage . 4 . Tip engineto drainoil intothe container . Usedoil mustbe Changing Engine Oil disposedof at a propercollectioncenter . NOTE : Changethe engineoilafterthe first 5 hoursof operationand oncea seasonorevery50 hoursthereafter . Usedoil isa hazardouswasteproduct . Disposeof usedoil properly . 1 . Drainfuelfromtankby runningengineuntilthe fuel tankisempty . Besurefuel fill cap is secure . IDo notdiscardwithhouseholdwaste . Checkwithyour localauthori - lties or SearsServiceCenterfor safedisposal / recyclingfacilities . 2 . Placesuitableoilcollectioncontainerunderoildrainplug . 16
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. Reinstallthe drainplugandtightenit securely . 6 . Refillwiththe recommendedoil andcheckthe oil level . See RecommendedOil Usagechart . Theengine'soil capacityis 20 ounces . ( % - 400 - 200 0o 200 400 Oil Drain ( " c ) - 300 - 200 - 10 ° 0 ° Plug DONOTuse nondetergentoilor 2 - strokeengineoil . itcould shorten the engine'sservicelife . 7 . Reinstallthe oilfillercap / dipsticksecurely . Figure13 Spark Plug afterhandling usedoil . Checking Spark Plug 0 DO NOTcheckfor sparkwithsparkplugremoved . DO NOTcrank enginewithsparkplugremoved . Ifthe enginehasbeenrunning , the mufflerwill bevery hot . Becareful notto touchthe muffler . NOTE : Checkthe sparkplugoncea seasonorevery25hoursof operation . Changethe sparkplugoncea seasonor every100hours . J Toensureproperengineoperation , the sparkplugmustbe properly gappedandfreeof deposits . 1 . Removethesparkplugbootanduse a sparkplugwrenchto Figure14 removethe plug . See Figure14 . 2 . Visuallyinspectthe sparkplug . Discardthe sparkplugif thereis apparentwear , orif the insulatoris crackedor chipped . Cleanthe Electrode sparkplugwitha wirebrush if it is to be reused . 3 . Measurethe pluggapwitha feelergauge . Correctas necessary by bendingsideelectrode . SeeFigure15 . The gapshouldbeset to . 02 - . 03inches ( 0.60 - 0.80ram ) . 4 . Checkthatthe sparkplugwasheris ingoodconditionandthread the sparkplugin by handto preventcross - threading . 5 . Afterthesparkplugis seated , tightenwitha sparkplugwrenchto compressthe washer . NOTE : Wheninstallinga newsparkplug , tighten1 / 2 - turnafterthe sparkplugseatsto compressthe washer . Whenreinstallinga used sparkplug , tighten1 / 8 - to 1 / 4 - turnafterthe sparkplugseatsto Figure15 compressthe washer . 17
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become hoat ndcan inc . LUBRICATION Gear Shaft Thegear ( hex ) shaft shouldbe lubricatedat leastoncea seasonor afterevery25 hoursof operation . 1 . Topreventspillage , removeall fuel fromtank by runningengine until it stops . 2 . Carefullypivotthe snowthrowerupandforwardso that it restson theaugerhousing . 3 . Removethe lowerframecoverfromthe undersideof the snow throwerby removingthe four self - tappingscrewswhichsecureit . 4 . Applya lightcoatingof engineoil ( or3 - in - 1oil ) to the hexshaft . SeeFigure16 . Figure16 NOTE : Whenlubricatingthe hexshaft , be carefulnotto get any oilon thealuminumdriveplateor rubberfrictionwheel . Doingsowill hinder f the snowthrower'sdrive system . Wipeoff anyexcessor spilledoil . Wheels At leastoncea season , removebothwheels . Cleanandcoattheaxles witha multipurposeautomotivegreasebeforereinstallingwheels . Chute Directional Control Oncea season , lubricatethe eye boltbushingand thespiralwith3 - in - 1 oil . Auger Shaft At leastoncea season , removethe shearpinson augershaft . Spray lubricantinsideshaft , andaroundthe spacersandflangebearings foundat eitherendof the shaft . SeeFigure17 . SHAVE PLATE AND SKID SHOES Figure17 The shaveplateand skidshoesonthe bottomof the snowthrowerare subjectto wear . Theyshouldbecheckedperiodicallyandreplaced whennecessary . To removeskidshoes : 1 . Removethe four carriagebolts , washers , andhex flangenuts whichsecurethemto the snowthrower . 2 . Reassemblenew skidshoeswiththe fourcarriagebolts ( twoon eachside ) , washers , andhex flangenuts . Referto Figure18 . To removeshaveplate : 1 . Removethe carriageboltsand hexnutswhichattachit to the snowthrowerhousing . 2 . Reassemblenew shaveplate , makingsureheadsof carriage boltsareto the insideof housing . Tightensecurely . SeeFigure18 . / / / / NOTE : Augers not shown for clarity . Figure18 18
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ADJUSTMENTS Shift Cable If thefull rangeof speeds ( forwardandreverse ) cannotbe achieved , referto the figureto the rightandadjustthe shift cableas follows : 1 . Placethe shiftleverin thefastest forwardspeedposition ( F6 ) . 2 . Loosenthe hex nuton the shiftcable indexbracket . SeeFigure 19 . 3 . Pivotthe bracketdownwardto takeupslack inthe cable . 4 . Retightenthehex nut . Drive Control Whenthedrivecontrolis releasedandin thedisengaged " up " position , the cableshouldhaveverylittle slack . It shouldNOTbetight . Also , if thereis excessiveslackin thedrive cableor if the unitexperiences intermittentdrivewhileusing , the cable mayneedto beadjusted . Figure19 Checktheadjustmentof the drivecontrolas follows : 1 . Withthedrivecontrolreleased , pushthe snowthrowergently f forward . The unitshouldrollfreely . 2 . Engagethe drivecontrolandgentlyattemptto pushthe snow throwerforward . Thewheelsshouldnotturn . The unitshouldnot rollfreely . 3 . Withthedrivecontrolreleased , movethe shift leverbackand forthbetweenthe R2positionandthe F6 positionseveraltimes . Thereshouldbeno resistancein the shiftlever . 4 . If anyof the abovetestsfailed , the drivecable is in needof adjust - ment . Proceedas follows : 5 . Loosenthe lowerhexbolt onthe drivecable bracket . SeeFigure 20 . 6 . Positionthe bracketupwardto providemoreslack ( or downward to increasecabletension ) . 7 . Retightenthe lowerhex bolt . Chute Bracket If the spiralat the bottomof the chutedirectionalcontrolis notfully Figure20 engagingwiththe chuteassembly , the chutebracketcan beadjusted . Todo so : f 1 . Loosenthe twonutswhichsecurethechutebracketandreposi - tion it slightly . See Figure21 . 2 . Retightenthe nuts . Figure21 19
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Auger Control f " _ Referto the Assemblysectionfor instructionosnadjustingtheauger controlcable . Skid Shoes Referto the Assemblysectionfor instructionosnadjustingthe skid shoes . BELT REPLACEMENT Auger Belt To removeandreplaceyoursnowthrower'saugerbelt , proceedas follows : 1 . Topreventspillage , removeall fuel fromtank by runningengine until itstops . 2 . Removethe plasticbelt coveronthe frontof the engineby remov - ingthe twoself - tappingscrews . SeeFigure22 . J Figure22 3 . Rollthe augerbeltoff theenginepulley . See Figure23 . 4 . Carefullypivotthe snowthrowerupandforwardso that itrestson f theaugerhousing . 5 . Removethe framecoverfromthe undersideof the snowthrower by removingfourself - tappingscrewswhichsecureit . SeeFigure 24 . Figure 23 f / / J Figure24 2O
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6 . Removtheebelat sfollowRs . efetorFigur2e5 . a . Looseanndremovtheeshouldsecrrewwhichactsasabelt keeper . b . Unhoothkesuppobrrtacksept rinfgromtheframe . 7 . Remotvheebelftromarountdheaugeprulleya , rndslipthebelt2e6 . betweethnesuppobrrtackaent dtheaugeprulleyS . eeFigu 8 . Reassemabulegebrelbt yfollowiningstructioinnrseversoerder . 9 . PerfortmheAugeCrontrtoelsot utlineindtheAssembsleyction ofthismanual . NOTED : oNOTforgetot reinstathlleshouldsecrrewandreconnect thesprintgotheframeafteirnstallinagreplacemaeungt ebrelt . / " } Drive Belt Toremoveand replaceyoursnowthrower'sdrivebelt , proceedas follows : 1 . Topreventspillage , removeallfuel fromtankby runningengine Figure25 untilit stops . 2 . Removetheplasticbelt coveronthe frontof the engineby remov - ingthe twoself - tappingscrews . See Figure22on previouspage . 3 . Removethebelt as follows . Referto Figure27 . a . Rollthe augerbeltoff theenginepulley . b . Useawrenchto pivotthe idlerpulleytowardthe right . c . Liftthe drivebelt off enginepulley . Figure26 Figure27 21
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4 , Carefupllyivotthesnowthrowueprandforwarsdothatitrestosn theaugehrousing . 5 . Removtheeframceovefrromtheundersiodfethesnowthrower byremovinfogurself - tappsincgrewwshichsecuriet . Refetor Figur2e4 , 6 . Backoutthestopbolttoincreastheeclearanbceetweethne frictiownheedliscandfrictiownheeSl , eeFigur2e8 , 7 . Slipthedrivebelot ffthepulleayndbetweefrnictiownheealnd frictiownheedliscS , eeFigur2e8 , 8 , Removaendreplacbeelitnthereversoerder , NOTEE : ngagitnhgedrivecontrowlilel asereassemobfltyhebelt . FRICTION WHEEL REMOVAL Ifthe snowthrowerfailsto drive withthedrivecontrolengaged , Stop Bolt andperformingthe drivecontrolcableadjustmentfailsto correct the problem , the frictionwheelmayneedto be replaced . Followthe Figure28 instructionsbelow . Examinethe frictionwheelfor signsof wearor crackingandreplaceif necessary . 1 . Topreventspillage , removeall fuel fromtank by runningengine until it stops . / ii 2 . Placethe shiftleverin third Forward ( F3 ) position . 3 . Carefullypivotthe snowthrowerupandforwardso that it restson theaugerhousing . 4 . Removethe framecoverfromthe undersideof the snowthrower by removingfourself - tappingscrewswhichsecureit . 5 . Removethe right - handwheelby removingthe screwandbell washerwhichsecureit to theaxle . See Figure29 . 6 . Carefullyremovethe hexnut andwasherwhichsecuresthe hex shaftto the snowthrowerframeand lightlytap the shaft'send to dislodgethe ballbearingfromthe rightsideof theframe . See Figure30 . J Figure29 J Figure30 22
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NOTE : Becarefulnot to damagethe threadson the shaft , 7 . Carefullypositionthe hexshaftdownwardandto the left before carefullyslidingthe frictionwheelassemblyoff the shaft . See Figure31 . NOTE : Ifyou'rereplacingthe frictionwheelassemblyas a whole , discardthe wornpartand slidethe newpart ontothe hexshaft . Followthe stepsabovein reverseorderto reassemblecomponents . If you'redisassemblingthe frictionwheeland replacingonly the rubber ring , proceedas follows : 1 . Removethefour screwswhichsecurethe frictionwheel'sside platestogether . SeeFigure32 . 2 . Removethe rubberringfrombetweenthe plates . 3 . Reassemblethe side plateswitha newrubberring . NOTE : Whenreassemblingthe frictionwheelassembly , makesure thatthe rubberringis centeredand seatedproperlybetweenthe side plates . Tighteneachscrewonlyone rotationbeforeturningthe wheel Figure31 clockwiseandproceedingwiththe nextscrew . Repeatthisprocess severaltimes toensurethe platesaresecuredwithequalforce ( between6 ft - lbsand 9 ft - lbs ) . 4 . Slidethe frictionwheelassemblybackonto the hexshaftand followthestepsabovein reverseorderto reassemble components . 5 . Performthe testpreviouslydescribedin the DriveControl section . . . . j Figure32 23
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Ifthe snowthrowerwillnot be usedfor30 daysor longer , or if it is the endof the snowseasonwhenthe lastpossibilityof snowis gone , the equipmentneedsto bestoredproperly . Followstorageinstructionsbelowto ensuretop performancefromthe snowthrowerfor manymoreyears . PREPARING SNOW THROWER PREPARING ENGINE Whenstoringthe snowthrowerin anunventilatedormetalstor - Enginesstoredover30daysneedto bedrainedof fuel to prevent age shed , careshouldbetakento rustprooftheequipment . Using deteriorationandgumfromforminginfuel systemor onessential a light oilor silicone , coattheequipment , especiallyanychains , carburetorparts . If thegasolineinyourenginedeterioratesduring springs , bearingsandcables . storage , youmayneedto havethe carburetor , andotherfuel system components , servicedor replaced . • Removealldirt fromexteriorof engineandequipment . • Followlubricationrecommendations . 1 . Removeall fuel fromtank by runningengineuntil it stops . 2 . Changethe engineoil . • Storeequipmentin a clean , dry area . 3 . Removesparkplugandpourapproximately1oz . ( 30 rnl ) of clean engineoil intothe cylinder . Pullthe recoilstarterseveraltimesto distributetheoil , and reinstallthe sparkplug . 4 . Cleandebrisfromaroundengine , andunder , around , andbehind muffler . Applya lightfilmof oilon anyareasthatare susceptible to rust . • Storeina clean , dry andwellventilatedareaawayfromanyap - pliancethatoperateswithaflameor pilotlight , suchas a furnace , waterheater , or clothesdryer . Avoidany areawitha spark producingelectricmotor , or wherepowertoolsareoperated . Neverstoresnowthrowerwithfuel intank indoorsor inpoorlyventi - latedareas , wherefuel fumesmayreachan openflame , sparkor pilol lightas ona furnace , waterheater , clothesdryer orgas appliance . • If possible , avoidstorageareaswithhighhumidity . • Keepthe enginelevelin storage . Tiltingcan causefuel oroil leakage . 24
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Enginefailsto start 1 . Chokecontrolnot inON position 1 . Movechokecontrolto ONposition . 2 . Sparkplugwire disconnected 2 . Connectwireto sparkplug . 3 . Faultysparkplug 3 . Clean , adjustgap , or replace . 4 . Fueltankemptyorstalefuel 4 . Filltankwithclean , freshgasoline . 5 . Enginenotprimed . 5 . Primeengineas instructedinthe OperationSection . 6 . Safetykeynot inserted . 6 . Insertkeyfully intothe switch . Enginerunserratically 1 . Enginerunningon CHOKE 1 . Movechokecontrolto OFFposition . 2 . Stalefuel 2 . Filltankwithclean , freshgasoline . 3 . Drainfueltank . Refillwithfreshfuel . 3 . Wateror dirt in fuel system 4 . Carburetorout of adjustment 4 . ContactyourSearsParts & RepairCenter . Engineoverheats 1 . Carburetornot adjustedproperly 1 . ContactyourSearsParts & RepairCenter . Excessivevibration 1 . Loosepartsor damagedauger 1 . Stopengineimmediatelyanddisconnectsparkplug wire . Tightenall boltsand nuts . Ifvibrationcontinues , haveunitservicedbya SearsParts & RepairCenter . Lossof power 1 . Sparkplugwire loose . 1 . Connectandtightensparkplugwire . 2 . Gascap ventholeplugged . 2 . Removeice andsnowfromgascap . Becertainvent holeis clear . Unitfailsto propelitself 1 . Drivecable inneedof adjustment 1 . Adjustdrivecontrolcable . Referto Serviceand Maintenancesection . 2 . Drivebelt looseordamaged 2 . Replacedrive belt . Referto ServiceandMainte - nancesection . 3 . Wornfrictionwheel . 3 . Changefrictionwheelor contactyour SearsParts & RepairCenter . Unitfailsto dischargesnow 1 . Chuteassemblyclogged . 1 . Stopengineimmediatelyanddisconnectsparkplug wire . Cleanchuteassemblyandinsideof auger housingwithclean - outtool ora stick . 2 . Foreignobjectlodgedinauger . 2 . Stopengineimmediatelyanddisconnectsparkplug wire . Removeobjectfromaugerwithclean - outtool ora stick . 3 . Augercablein needof adjustment . 3 . Adjustaugercontrolcable . Referto Assembly section . 4 . Augerbelt looseordamaged . 4 . Replaceaugerbelt . Referto ServiceandMainte - nancesection . 5 . Shearpin ( s ) sheared . 5 . Replacewithnew shearpin ( s ) . 25
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Craftsman Snow Thrower IViodel 247.88955 35 ) / ! / 26
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Craftsman Snow Thrower IViodel 247.88955 D = 0 0 D = O 0 731 - 2635 SnowRemovalToolMount 684 - 04107 - 0637 SpiralAssembly , LH 2 . 684 - 04057A - 0637 ImpellerAssembly , 12 " Dia . 30 . 684 - 04108 - 0637 SpiralAssembly , RH 3 . 710 - 0347 HexScrew , 3 / 8 - 16,1.75 , Gr5 31 . 731 - 04870 Spacer , 1.25OD x . 75 IDx 1.00 4 . 710 - 0451 Bolt , Carriage , 5 / 16 - 18 , . 750Grl 32 . 736 - 0188 Washer , Flat , . 76x 1.49x . 06 5 . 710 - 04484 Screw , 5 / 16 - 18,0.750 33 . 741 - 0493A Bushing , Flange , . 80 IDx . 91OD 6 . 710 - 0703 Screw , Carriage , 1 / 4 - 20 , . 750 , Gr5 34 . 790 - 00087A - 0637 Housing , 1 " HexBearing 7 . 712 - 04063 Nut , FlangeLock , 5 / 16 - 18 , Nylon 35 . 790 - 00120 - 0637 ShavePlate , 2.25 x 23.66 36 . 731 - 06439 SlideShoe 8 . 712 - 04064 Nut , FlangeLock , 1 / 4 - 20 , Nylon 9 . 712 - 04065 Nut , FlangeLock , 3 / 8 - 16 , Nylon 37 . 618 - 0123A - 0637 Housing , Auger , RH 10 . 714 - 04040 Cotter Pin , Bow - tie 38 . 618 - 0124A - 0637 Housing , Auger , LH 11 . 725 - 0157 Cable , Tie , 3 / 16 x . 05 x 7.4 39 . 721 - 0338 Seal , Oil , . 750x 1.00x . 125 12 . 726 - 04012 Nut , Push - on , . 25 Dia 40 . 741 - 0662 Bearing , Flange , . 75x 1.0x . 59 13 . 731 - 04705C Chute , Adapter5 " Dia 41 . 710 - 0642 Screw , Self - tapping , 1 / 4 - 20,0.750 14 . 732 - 04460 Spring , Extension , . 38 ODx 4.59 42 . 711 - 04285 Axle , Auger , 24 " 15 . 736 - 0174 Washer , Wave , . 625x . 885x . 015 43 . 714 - 0161 Key , Hi - pro3 / 16x 5 / 8 16 . 736 - 0242 Washer , Bell , . 340x . 872x . 060 44 . 715 - 04021 Pin , Dowel , . 25OD x 1.2 17 . 746 - 04230 ClutchCable , Auger , 47.23 " 45 . 717 - 04126 Shaft , Worm . 75OD 18 . 731 - 2643 Snow RemovalTool 46 . 717 - 04449 Gear , Worm20T 19 . 738 - 0143 Screw , Shoulder , . 498x . 34,3 / 8 - 16 47 . 718 - 04071 Collar , Thrust 20 . 738 - 0281 Screw , Shoulder , . 625x . 17,3 / 8 - 16 48 . 721 - 0325 Plug , 1 / 4 x . 437 21 . 738 - 04124A ShearPin , . 25 x 1.50 49 . 721 - 0327 Seal , Oil , . 75x 1x . 131 22 . 741 - 0245 Bearing , HexFlangex . 75ID 50 . 736 - 0351 Washer , Flat , . 760IDx 1.50D 23 . 741 - 0309 Bearing , Ball , . 75IDx 1.85OD 51 . 736 - 3084 Washer , Flat , . 51x 1.12 24 . 756 - 0981B FlatPulley , Idler , 2.75OD 52 . 741 - 0663 Bearing , Flange , . 75x 1.0x . 925 25 . 790 - 00075 Housing , Bearing , 1.85ID 53 . 741 - 0661A Bearing , Flange , . 75x 1.00x . 975 26 . 790 - 00080A - 0637 Bracket , AugerIdlerw / Brake 54 . 629 - 0071 ExtensionCord , 110V 27 . 618 - 04171A GearboxAssembly , Auger , 24 " 55 . 710 - 0276 Screw , Carriage , 5 / 16 - 18x 1.00 28 . 684 - 04265 - 0721 HousingAssembly , Auger24 " 56 . 736 - 0159 Washer , Fiat , . 349x . 879x . 063 27
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Craftsman Snow Thrower IViodel 247.88955 D = _ 735 - 0199A Bumper , Rubber , . 62 ODx . 22 631 - 04133A HandleAssembly , ClutchLock , LH 2 . 631 - 04134B HandleAssembly , ClutchLock , RH 24 . , 736 - 0262 LWasher , Flat , . 385x . 870x . 092 25 . 738 - 04118 Bolt , Shoulder , 5 / 16 - 18x 0.905 3 . 684 - 04105B HandleAss'y , Engage , Black , LH 26 . 738 - 04348 Screw , Shoulder , . 43x 1.3,1 / 4 - 20 4 . 684 - 04106B HandleAss'y , Engage , Black , RH 27 . 731 - 04869 Chute , FlangeKeeper 5 . _ 631 - 04131B . ChuteAssembly ( IncludesRef . # 27 ) 28 . 746 - 04397 Cable , SpeedSelector 6 . 712 - 04064 Nut , Flglk , 1 / 4 - 20 7 . 714 - 0145 ClickPin 29 . 749 - 04191A - 0637 Handle , Upper , LH 30 . 747 - 04263 EyeBolt , ChuteCrank 8 . 710 - 0136 Screw , 1 / 4 - 20,1.75 , Gr5 31 . 790 - 00313 - 0637 ShiftLever 9 . 790 - 00219 - 0721 Panel , Handle , ( nocutout ) 32 . 731 - 04912B Chute , Lower , 5.0 Dia . 10 . 710 - 1233 Screw , Machine , # 10 - 24,1.375 33 . 710 - 0276 11 . 731 - 06471 HandlePanelCover Bolt , Carriage , 5 / 16 - 18,1.0 34 . 710 - 04071 Bolt , Carriage , 5 / 16 - 18,1.0 12 . 712 - 04063 Nut , FlangeLock , 5 / 16 - 18 , Nylon 35 . 710 - 0451 Bolt , Carriage , 5 / 16 - 18 , . 750 13 . 749 - 04190A - 0637 Handle , Upper , RH 36 . 731 - 04426A 14 . 736 - 0185 Washer , Fiat , . 375x . 738x . 063 Chute , Upper , w / Label 3 _ 736 - 0159 Washer , . 349x . 879x . 063 15 . 720 - 0274 Grip , 1.0IDx 5.0 38 . 741 - 0475 Bushing , Plastic , . 380 16 . 720 - 04039 Knob , Shift , Black 39 . 784 - 5647 - 0637 Bracket , ChuteCrank 17 . 735 - 0234 Grommet , . 44 IDx . 94 OD x . 50 40 . 684 - 04104 - 0637 CrankAssembly , Chute 18 . 726 - 0100 Cap , Push , 3 / 8 Rod 41 . 710 - 0449 Screw , Carriage , 5 / 16 - 18,2.25 19 . 732 - 0193 Spring , . 39x . 60x . 88 42 . 710 - 04484 Screw , 5 / 16 - 18,2.25 , Gr5 20 . 720 - 0284 Knob , 5 / 16 - 18 , Black 21 . 720 - 0201A CrankKnob , 1.0Dia.x 3.2 , Black 43 . 714 - 0104 Pin , Cotter , . 072x 1.13 44 . 736 - 0463 Washer , Flat , . 25x . 630x . 0515 22 . 749 - 04138A - 0637 Handle , Lower 29
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Craftsman Snow Thrower IViodel 247.88955 I = 0 0 D = O e 656 - 04025A DiscAssembly , FrictionWheel 731 - 04873 Spacer , 1.25x . 75x 3.0 38 . 738 - 04168 Axle , . 75x 22 " 2 . 684 - 04153 FrictionWheelAssembly , 5.50D 3 . 684 - 04154 - 0637 SupportBracket , FrictionWheel 39 . 729 - 04035 Conn . , Amp 4 . 684 - 04156A ShiftAssembly , Rod 40 . 710 - 0809 HexScrew , 1 / 4 - 20,1.25 , Gr5 41 . 710 - 0191 HexScrew , 3 / 8 - 24 , 1.25 , Gr8 5 . J 710 - 0627 J HexScrew , 5 / 16 - 24 , . 750 , Gr5 6 . 710 - 0788 Screw , 1 / 4 - 20,1.000 42 . 710 - 0672 HexScrew , 5 / 16 - 24,1.25 , Gr5 7 . 710 - 1652 Screw , 1 / 4 - 20x . 625 43 . 710 - 0654A Screw , Seres , 3 / 8 - 16,1.00 8 . 712 - 04065 Nut , FlangeLock , 3 / 8 - 16 , Nylon 44 . 710 - 1245B HexScrew , 5 / 16 - 24 , . 875 , Gr8 9 . 712 - 0417A Nut , Flange , 5 / 8 - 18 45 . 710 - 0896 Screw , 1 / 4 - 20x . 625 46 . 726 - 04012 Nut , Push - on , . 25 Dia . 10 . 714 - 0126 Key , Hi Pro , 3 / 16x 3 / 4 Dia . 47 . 731 - 04792A Cover , Belt 11 . 716 - 0104 E - ring , . 500 Dia . 12 . 716 - 0136 E - ring , Retaining , . 875Dia . 48 . 732 - 04308A Spring , Torsion , . 850 IDx . 354 49 . 736 - 0247 Washer , Flat , . 406x 1.25x . 157 13 . 716 - 0231 E - ring , . 750Dia . 14 . 717 - 04209A HexShaft , . 8125,7 - Tooth 50 . 736 - 0119 Washer , Lock . 3125 15 . 717 - 04230 Gear , 80 - Tooth 51 . 736 - 0505 Washer , Flat , . 34x 1.50x . 150 52 . 748 - 04053A Pulley , Adapter , . 75 Dia . 16 . . 726 - 0221 Speed Nut , . 500 17 . 732 - 0264 ExtensionSpring 53 . 748 - 04112B Spacer , Shoulder , . 317x . 50 x . 102 18 . 736 - 0242 Washer , Bell , . 340x . 872x . 060 54 . 750 - 04303 Spacer , . 875IDx 1.185OD 19 . 736 - 0287 Washer , Flat , . 793x 1.24x . 060 55 . 750 - 04477 Spacer , . 340x . 750x . 360 20 . 736 - 04161 Washer , Flat , . 75x 1.00x . 060 56 . 754 - 04050 Belt , AugerDrive 21 . 790 - 00289A - 0637 Pit . , Cvr . 57 . 754 - 0367 Belt , WheelDrive 22 . 748 - 0234 ShoulderSpacer 58 . 756 - 04109 Pulley , AugerDrive , 8.1x . 5 23 . 738 - 04184A Screw , Shoulder , . 37x . 105,1 / 4 - 20 59 . 756 - 04113 Pulley , Half , V x 2.600OD 24 . 738 - 0924A Screw , 1 / 4 - 28 , . 375 60 . 756 - 04252 Pulley , Half , 3 / 8 - V x 1.7160OD 25 . 741 - 0245 Bearing , HexFlangex . 75 ID 61 . 790 - 00208C IdlerBracket , Wheel Drive 26 . 741 - 0563 Bearing , Ball , 17x 40x 12 62 . 684 - 04169 IdlerPulleyAssembly 27 . 746 - 04229 ClutchCable , Wheel , 44.95 " 63 . 750 - 04571 Spacer , Shoulder , . 26 x . 79x . 538 28 . 735 - 04054 Rubber , FrictionWheel , 5.50D 64 . 735 - 04099 Plug , 3 / 8 ID 29 . 748 - 0190 Spacer , . 508IDx . 75ODx . 68 65 . 735 - 04100 Plug , 1 / 2 ID 30 . 756 - 0625 Roller , Cable 66 . 712 - 04064 Nut , FlangeLock , 1 / 4 - 20 , Nylon 67 . 710 - 0751 HexScrew , 1 / 4 - 20 , . 620 , Gr5 31 . 790 - 00096 - 0637 FrontGuideBracket , AugerCable 32 . 790 - 00180A - 0721 Frame 68 . 732 - 04311 Spring , Torsion , . 750IDx . 968 33 . 790 - 00206A - 0637 GuideBracket , AugerCable 69 . 712 - 04063 Nut , FlangeLock , 5 / 16 - 18 , Nylon 34 . 790 - 00207B GuideBracket , DriveCable 70 . 736 - 3015 Wash . , Flat , . 469x . 875x . 105 35 . 790 - 00316 - 0637 Cover , Frame 71 . 790 - 00217A - 0637 PivotBracket , SpeedSelector 36 . 634 - 04167A - 0911 LHWheelAssembly 72 . 790 - 00218A - 0637 ShiftBracket , SpeedSelector 634 - 04168A - 0911 RHWheelAssembly 31
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Craftsman Engine Model ZS365 - SUA For Snow Thrower Model 247.88955 o3 7 32
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Craftsman Engine IViodel ZS365 = SUA For Snow Thrower IViodel 247.88955 D = O D = O m m i 751 - 10974 65 751 - 10645A ElectricStarter 184 CarburetorAssembly iii 710 - 04934 185 751 - 11020 Screw , M4 x 55 CarburetorKit Major ii 710 - 04935 186 710 - 04910 60 Screw , M4 x 60 Stud , M6 x 105 iiii22 751 - 10635 69 751 - 10646 IgnitionCoil Air FilterHeatingPipeCover ! ii 751 - 10637 70 710 - 04919 123 IgnitionSwitch FlangeBolt , M6x 25 ii 710 - 04940 125 751 - 10630 71 Bolt , M6 x 10 IgnitionKey iiii112 712 - 04216 74 751 - 10663A Nut , M6 FanCoverComplete ! i 1 751 - 10636 ChokeLever 73 751 - 10658 1121 RecoilStarterAssembly 11 751 - 10634 72 710 - 04903 1122 FuelDrainPlug EngineShroud 111i124 710 - 04938 710 - 04927 39 Bolt , Flange , M5x 8 FuelDrainPlug ! i 751 - 11138 GovernorArm _ 75 751 - 10643 MufflerShield 40 111 751 - 10640 ChokePushRod 66 710 - 04929 _ 76 Bolt , M6 x 20 111i77 751 - 10651 116 751 - 10654 FuelTankNipple GovernorSpring ! i 751 - 10664 _ 78 751 - 10307 149 FlywheelKey ThrottleReturnSpring 111 731 - 05696 StarterHandle N / A 751 - 10665 GovernorRod _ 79 111i154 952Z365 - SUA N / A 712 - 04212 Nut , M6 EngineComplete ! i 710 - 04914 152 710 - 04918 _ 90 FlangeBolt , M6x 20 FlangeBolt , M6 x 10 111i106 710 - 04941 751 - 10719 Stator 28 Bolt , M6 x 12 11 751 - 10655 1107 712 - 04209 33 Nut , M14 Dipstick 111i108 751 - 10911 32 751 - 10656 DipstickTube StarterCup ! i 1 751 - 10909 31 710 - 04905 Bolt 1109 CoolingFan 11 751 - 10662 1110 751 - 10805 30 Flywheel Cover - Engine / Dipstick 111 710 - 04920 29 751 - 10652 FuelFilter i113 Bolt , M6x 28 ! i 751 - 10757 ThrottleControlKnob 82 710 - 04928 1114 Bolt , Flange , M6x 12 111 751 - 10758 81 751 - 10653A FuelTank 1115 ThrottleControlAssembly 111i148 712 - 04213 Nut 751 - 11108 GovernorShield 105 ! i 710 - 04942 1153 715 - 04088 DowelPin 87 Bolt , M6 x 16 , FillTube 111 710 - 04943 88 710 - 04928 _ 36 Bolt , M6 1x 28 FlangeBolt , M6x 12 111 751 - 11109 89 751 - 10642A MufflerShroud i37 BlowerHousingShield ! i 712 - 04210 _ 44 751 - 11110 Air FlowShield 24 Nut , M8 111i45 751 - 11111 38 710 - 04928 Bolt , M6 x 12 ExhaustPipeShield ! ! i 751 - 11112 ChokeControlBracket 67 710 - 04933 _ 48 Bolt , M8 x 55 11 751 - 11113 Air Shield 26 710 - 04939 i 151 Stud , M6x 118 111i59 751 - 10666 MufflerGasket 751 - 11114 83 SwitchMountingHousingBracket ! i 1 751 - 10292 _ 58 751 - 11012 35 RecoilMountingBolts SparkPlug 11 751 - 10768 ExhaustDeflectorShield 120 751 - 10657 _ 57 Stud , M8x 34 111i64 Primer 751 - 10639 I 33
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Craftsman Engine IViodel ZS365 = SUA For Snow Thrower IViodel 247.88955 D = O D = O 751 - 10723A 751 - 10724 ShortBlock GasketKitComplete OilSeal 4 17 CrankcaseComplete CrankcaseCoverGasket 10 N / A OilPipeReserve CrankcaseCover 5 O - ring 15 Piston 93 CylinderHeadGasket 55 MufflerGasket 59 95 PistonRingSet - Complete HeadCoverGasket 47 PistonPin 94 CarbInsulatorGasket 61 92 PistonPinClip CarburetorInsulator 62 91 ConnectingRodAssemblyComplete CarburetorGasket 63 96 ValveLifter ( Tappet ) 7 PaperGasket 42 CamshaftAssembly 736 - 04440 Oil DrainWasher 19 61 CarburetorInsulatorplategasket 751 - 10661A GasketKit External 11 CrankshaftAssembly Oil DrainWasher 19 CarburetorInsulatorPlate 62 MufflerGasket 59 MufflerGasket 59 CarburetorInsulatorGasket 61 GovernorArm Shaft 16 CarburetorInsulator 62 714 - 04074 14 GovernorShaftClip CarburetorGasket 63 12 GovernorAssembly HeadCoverGasket 47 CaseCoverGasket 10 751 - 10722 55 CylinderHeadAssembly CylinderHeadGasket RockerArm 51 ValveCoverGasket 47 IntakeValve 103 710 - 04907 OilDrainBolt 20 ExhaustValve 98 736 - 04440 19 OilDrainPlugWasher 715 - 04092 9 ValveSpring 100 DowelPin , 7 x 14 715 - 04089 8 ValveSpringRetainers - Exhaust 101 DowelPin , 9 x 14 751 - 11123 715 - 04090 DowelPin 56 PivotAdjustingNut 52 751 - 11124 RockerArm LockNut 53 13 RadialBallBearing 710 - 04902 RockerArm Studs 50 710 - 04932 Bolt 1 PushRodGuide 49 OilSeal 4 ValveCoverGasket 47 6 RadialBallBearing CarburetorInsulatorPlateGasket 61 15 O - ring - GovernorArm CarburetorInsulatorPlate 62 2 OilFillerPlug MufflerGasket 59 3 O - ring - Oil FillerPlug 18 CylinderHeadGasket 170 55 OilDrainPipe CylinderHead N / A ExhaustValveAdjuster 102 ValveSpringRetainer - Intake 104 34
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Craftsman Engine IViodel ZS365 - SUA For Snow Thrower IViodel 247.88955 | = e e D = 0 0 751 - 11100 CrankcaseKit 751 - 10669 OilFill PlugAssembly GovernorSeal 150 OilFill Plug 2 RadialBallBearing 13 O - ring 3 751 - 10644 O - ring - GovernorArm 15 MufflerAssemblyComplete CrankcaseComplete 17 MufflerAssembly 41 Seal 21 ExhaustPipe 43 751 - 11098 CrankcaseCoverKit 751 - 10769 ExhaustDeflectorPipe 119 751 - 11054 ValveCover 46 710 - 04932 Bolt 1 751 - 10641 Oil DrainAssembly OilFiller Plug 2 Oil DrainPipe 18 O - ring - Oil FillerPlug 3 DrainBolt 2 OilSeal 4 751 - 10647 ValveKit CrankcaseCover 5 ExhaustValve 98 RadialBallBearing 6 IntakeValve 103 CrankcaseCoverGasket 10 751 - 10648 PushRod Kit 751 - 11099 CrankshaftKit PushRod 97 OilSeal 4 751 - 10649 FuelCapAssembly RadialBallBearing 6 FuelCap Complete 111 CrankshaftAssembly 11 Packing ( Gasket ) N / A RadialBallBearing 13 Seal 21 Clip ( GasketRetainer ) N / A 751 - 10650 FuelLineKit FlywheelKey 149 751 - 11063 ValveCoverKit FuelLineClamp 117 FuelLine 118 ValveCover 46 ValveCoverGasket 47 35
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MTD CONSUMER GROUP INC ( MTD ) , the California Air Resources Board ( CARB ) and the United States Environment Protection Agency ( U . S . EPA ) Emission Control System Warranty Statement ( Owner's Defect Warranty Rights and Obligations ) EMISSIONCONTROLSYSTEMCOVERAGEIS APPLICABLETOCERTIFIEDENGINESPURCHASEDINCALIFORNIAIN2005ANDTHERE - AFTER , WHICHARE USEDINCALIFORNIAA , NDTO CERTIFIEDMODELYEAR2005ANDLATERENGINESWHICHARE PURCHASEDAND USEDELSEWHEREINTHEUNITEDSTATES . Californiaandelsewherein the UnitedStatesEmissionControlDefectsWarrantyCoverage The CaliforniaAir ResourcesBoard ( CARB ) , U . S . EPAandMTDarepleasedto explaintheemissionscontrolsystemwarrantyonyour modelyear 2006andlatersmalloff - roadengine . In California , new smalloff - roadenginesmustbe designed , builtand equippedto meettheStatesanti - smog standards . Elsewhereinthe UnitedStates , newnon - road , spark - ignitionenginescertifiedfor model2005and later , mustmeetsimilarstandardsset forthby the U . S . EPA . MTDmustwarrantythe emissioncontrolsystemonyourenginefor the periodof timelistedbelow , providedtherehasbeen noabuse , neglector impropermaintenanceof your smalloff - roadengine . Youremissioncontrolsystemmayincludepartssuchas the carburetor , fuel - injectionsystem , the ignitionsystem , andcatalyticconverter , fuel tanks , fuel lines , fuel caps , valves , canisters , filters , vaporhoses , clamps , connectors , andotherassociatedemission - relatedcomponents . Wherea warrantableconditionexists , MTDwill repairyoursmalloff - roadengineat nocost to yourincludingdiagnosis , partsand labor . MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY COVERAGE : Thisemissionscontrolsystemis warrantedfor twoyears . If anyemission - relatedpart onyourengineis defective , the part will berepairedor replacedby MTD . OWNER'S WARRANTY RESPONSIBILITIES : As the smalloff - roadengineowner , youare responsibleforthe performanceof the requiredmaintenancelistedinyour Owner'sManual . MTD recommendsthatyou retainall yourreceiptscoveringmaintenanceson yoursmalloff - roadengine , but MTDcan not denywarrantysolelyfor the lackof receiptsor foryour failureto ensurethe performanceto allscheduledmaintenance . As the smalloff - roadengineowner , youshouldhoweverbeawarethat MTDmaydenyyour warrantycoverageif yoursmalloff - roadengineorpart hasfaileddue toabuse , neglect , impropermaintenanceor unapprovedmodifications . Youare responsiblefor presentingyour smalloff - roadengineto an AuthorizedMTDServiceDealeras soonas a problemexists . Thewarranted repairsshouldbe completedina reasonableamountof time , notto exceed30 days . Ifyou haveanyquestionsregardingyourwarrantyrightsand responsibilitiesy , ou shouldcontacta MTDServiceRepresentativeat 1 - 800 - 800 - 7310 andaddressis MTDCONSUMERGROUP , RO . Box361131C , levelandOH , 44136 - 0019 . DEFECTS WARRANTY REQUIREMENTS FOR 1995 AND LATER SMALL OFF - ROAD ENGINES : Thissectionappliesto 1995andlater smalloff - roadengines . The warrantyperiodbeginsonthe datethe engineor equipmentis deliveredto an ultimatepurchaser . ( a ) GeneralEmissionsWarrantyCoverage MTDmustwarrantto the ultimatepurchaserandeachsubsequentpurchaserthatthe engineis : ( 1 ) Designed , built , andequippedsoas to conformwithallapplicableregulationsadoptedby the AirResourcesBoardpursuantto itsauthorityin Chapters1and2 , Part5 , Division26of the HealthandSafetyCode ; and ( 2 ) Freefromdefectsin materialsandworkmanshipthatcausethe failureof a warrantedpart to beidenticalin all materialrespectsto the partas describedin theenginemanufacturer'sapplicationfor certificationfora periodof twoyears . ( b ) The warrantyonemissions - relatedpartswill be interpretedas follows : ( 1 ) Anywarrantedpart thatis not scheduledfor replacemenat s requiredmaintenanceinthe writteninstructionsrequiredby Subsection ( c ) mustbewarrantedfor the warrantyperioddefinedinSubsection ( a ) ( 2 ) . Ifany suchpartfailsduringthe periodof warrantycoverage , it mustbe repairedor replacedby MTDaccordingto Subsection ( 4 ) below . Anysuchpart repairedor replacedunderthewarrantymustbewarrantedfor the remainingwarrantyperiod . ( 2 ) Any warrantedpartthat is scheduledonlyfor regularinspectioninthe writteninstructionsrequiredby Subsection ( c ) must bewarrantedfor thewarrantyperioddefinedin Subsection ( a ) ( 2 ) . A statementinsuchwritteninstructionsto the effectof " repairor replaceas necessary " will not reducethe periodof warrantycoverage . Anysuchpart repairedor replacedunderwarrantymustbe warrantedforthe remainingwarranty period . ( 3 ) Anywarrantedpartthat whichis scheduledfor replacemenat s requiredmaintenancein the writteninstructionsrequiredby Subsection ( c ) mustbewarrantedfor the periodof timepriorto the first scheduledreplacementpointforthat part . Ifthe part failspriorto thefirst scheduled replacement , the part mustbe repairedor replacedby MTDaccordingto Subsection ( 4 ) below . Any suchpart repairedor replacedunder warrantymustbewarrantedfor the remainderof the periodpriorto the first scheduledreplacementpointfor the part .
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( 4 ) Repaoirrreplacemoefannt ywarrantpeadrut ndetrhewarranptyrovisioonftshisarticlme usbteperformaetdnochargteotheownearta warransttyation . ( 5 ) NotwithstantdhienpgrovisioonfsSubsect ( io4n ) abovew , arransteyrviceosrrepairmsusbteprovideadtallMTDdistributicoenntetrhsat arefranchisteodservictehesubjecetngines . ( 6 ) Theownemr usntotbechargefodrdiagnosltaicbotrhalteadtsothedeterminatthioanat warrantpeadritsinfacdt efectivpero , videthdat suchdiagnoswtiocrkisperformaetdawarransttyation . ( 7 ) Theenginmeanufactuisrleiarblefordamagetosotheernginceomponepnrtosximatcealyusebdyafailuruendewrarranotyfanywarranted part . ( 8 ) Throughtohueet nginew'sarranptyerioddefineindSubsecti ( oan ) ( 2 ) M , TDwillmaintaainsuppolyfwarrantpeadrtssufficietnomt eetht e expecteddemanfodrsuchparts . ( 9 ) Anyreplacempeanrtmt aybeusedintheperformaonfcaenywarranmtyaintenaonrcreepairasndmusbteprovidewdithoucthargteothe owneSr . uchusewillnotreductehewarranotybligatioonfMs TD . ( 10A ) dd - oonrmodifiepdartsthaat renotexemptbeydtheAirResourcBeosarmd aynobt eusedT . heuseofanynon - exempatdedd - oonre modifiepdartsshalbl egroundfosrdisallowianwgarranctlyaimmadienaccordanwcieththisarticleT . heenginmeanufactusrhearnllotb liableundethr isarticlteowarranfatilureosfwarrantpeadrtscausebdytheuseofnon - exempatdedd - oonrmodifiepdart . ( c ) MTDwill includea copyof the followingemissionwarrantypartslistwitheach newengine , usingthoseportionsof the listapplicableto the e _ _ & gine . ( 1 ) FuelMeteringSystem • Coldstart enrichmentsystem ( soft choke ) , , Carburetoarndinternapl arts • Fuel Pump • FuelTank ( 2 ) Air InductionSystem • Aircleaner • Intakemanifold ( 3 ) IgnitionSystem • Sparkplug ( s ) • MagnetoIgnitionSystem ( 4 ) ExhaustSystem Catalyticconverter • SAI ( Reedvalve ) ( 5 ) MiscellaneousItemsUsedin AboveSystem Vacuum , temperature , position , timesensitivevalvesand switches Connectorsandassemblies ( 6 ) Evaporativecontrol • Fuel Hosecertifiedfor ARBevaporativeemissionof 2006 . • Fuel HoseClamps Tetheredfuel cap Carboncanister Vaporlines GD0C - 100174Rev.B
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Look For Relevant Emissions Durability Period and Air index information On Your Engine Emissions Label Engines that are certified to meet the California Air Resources Board ( CARB ) Tier 2 Emission Standards must display information regarding the Emissions Durability Period and the Air Index . Sears , Roebuck and Co . , U . S . A . makes this information available to the consumer on our emission labels . The Emissions Durability Period describes the number of hours of actual running time for which the engine is certified to be emissions compliant , assuming proper maintenance in accordance with the Operating & Mainte - nance Instructions . The following categories are used : Moderate : Engine is certified to be emission compliant for 125 hours of actual engine running time . Intermediate : Engine is certified to be emission compliant for 250 hours of actual engine running time . Extended : Engine is certified to be emission compliant for 500 hours of actual engine running time . For example , a typical walk - behind lawn mower is used 20 to 25 hours per year . Therefore , the Emissions Durability Period of an engine with an intermediate rating would equate to 10 to 12 years . The Air Index is a calculated number describing the relative level of emissions for a specific engine family . The lower the Air Index , the cleaner the engine . This information is displayed in graphical form on the emissions label . After July 1,2000 , Look For Emissions Compliance Period On Engine Emissions Compliance Label After July 1 , 2000 certain Sears , Roebuck and Co . , U . S . A . engines will be certified to meet the United States Environmental Protection Agency ( USEPA ) Phase 2 emission standards . For Phase 2 certified engines , the Emis - sions Compliance Period referred to on the Emissions Compliance label indicates the number of operating hours for which the engine has been shown to meet Federal emission requirements . For engines less than 225 cc displacement , Category C = 125 hours , B = 250 hours and A = 500 hours . For engines of 225 cc or more , Category C = 250 hours , B = 500 hours and A = 1000 hours . This is a generic representation of the emission label typically found on a certified engine . FAMILYYBSXS . 3192VA 274812 GDOC - 10018R2evA . 38
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Estarn _ . quinarueconstruidaparaseroperadadeacuerdocon Lapresenciadeeste sirnboloindicaque setratade instrucciones las reglasde seguridadcontenidasenestemanual . AI igualque irnportantesde seguridadquese debenrespetarparaevitar concualquiertipo deequipornotorizadou , ndescuidoo errorpor ponerenpeligrosu seguridadpersonaly / o materialy lade otras partedeloperadorpuedeproducirlesionesgraves . Estarn _ . quina personas . Leay siga todaslas instruccionesdeestemanualantes es capazde arnputarrnanosy piesy dearrojarobjetoscon gran de poneren funcionarnientoestarn _ . quinaS . i no respetaestas fuerza . Deno respetarlas instruccionesde seguridadsiguientesse instruccionespodriaprovocarlesionespersonales . Cuandoveaeste puedenproducirlesionesgraveso larnuerte . sirnbolo , ipresteatenci6na la advertencia ! PROPOSICI6N 65 DE CALIFORNIA Su responsabilidad - - Restrinja el usode estarn _ . quina rnotorizadaa las personasque lean , cornprendany respetenlas Elescapedel motordeesteproducto , algunosde suscornponentes advertenciase instruccionesqueaparecenen estemanualy en la y algunoscornponentesdelvehiculocontieneno liberansustancias rn _ . quina . quirnicasqueelestadodeCaliforniaconsideraque puedenproducir iGI . IARI ) E ESTASINSTRUCCIONES ! c _ . ncerd , efectosde nacirnientouotrosproblernasreproductivos . CAPACITACION PR E PARATIVO S • Lea , entienday curnplatodaslas instruccionesincluidasen Inspeccionerninuciosarnenteel _ . readondeutilizar _ e , l equipo . Saque la rn _ . quinay enlos rnanualesantesdernontarlay utilizarla . todoslos felpudos , peri6dicos , trineos , tablas , cablesy otrosobjetos Guardeestemanualenun lugarseguroparaconsultasfuturasy extra _ oscon los quepodriatropezaro quepodrianser arrojadospor peri6dicas , asi cornoparasolicitarrepuestos . labarrena / irnpulsor . • Leael ManualdelOperadory sigatodaslas advertenciase • Paraprotegerselosojos utilicesiernpreanteojosoantiparras instruccionesdeseguridad . Elfracasode hacerasi puedecausar de seguridadrnientrasoperala rn _ . quinao rnientrasla ajusta la heridaseriaal operadory / o personaspresentes . ParaIlarnada o repara . Losobjetosarrojadosquerebotanpuedenproducir depreguntas , 1 - 800 - 659 - 5917 . lesionesocularesgraves . • Farniliaricesecontodoslos controlesy con el usoadecuado • Nooperelarn _ . quinasin la vestirnentaadecuadaparaestaral delos rnisrnos . Sepac6rnodetenerlarn _ . quinay desactivarlos airelibreen invierno . No utilicealhajas , bufandaslargasu otras controlesr _ . pidarnente . prendassueltasquepodrianenredarseenlas partesrn6viles . Utiliceun calzadoespecialparasuperficiesresbaladizas . • No perrnitanuncaque los ni _ osrnenoresde 14a _ osutilicen estarn _ . quinaL . os ni _ osde 14a _ osen adelantedebenleery • Useun prolongadory untornacorrientedetrescablescon entenderlas instruccionesde operaci6ny norrnasdeseguridad conexi6na tierraparatodaslas rn _ . quinascon rnotoresde encendidoel _ ctrico . contenidaseneste manual , y en la rn _ . quinaydebenser entrena - dosy supervisadosporun adulto . • Ajustelaalturade lacaja deltornacorrienteparalirnpiarla grava • Nuncaperrnitaquelos adultosoperenestarn _ . quinasin recibir o las superficiescon piedrastrituradas . antesla instrucci6napropiada . • Desengranetodaslas palancasde controlantesde arrancarel motor . • Losobjetosarrojadosporla rn _ . quinapuedenproducirlesiones graves . Planifiqueel patr6nenel queva air arrojandonievepara • Nuncaintenterealizarajustesrnientrasel motorest , . enrnarcha evitarque ladescargade materialse realicehacialos carninos , exceptoen los casosespecificarnenterecornendadosen el los observadorese , tc . manualdeloperador . • Mantengaa losobservadores , ayudantes , rnascotasy ni _ ospor • Dejequeelmotory la rn _ . quinase adaptena laternperatura Io rnenosa 75piesde la rn _ . quinarnientrasla rnisrnaest , . en exteriorantesde cornenzara sacarla nieve . funcionarnientoD . etengala rn _ . quinasi alguienseacerca . • Seaprecavidoparaevitarpatinarseo caerseespecialrnente cuandooperala rn _ . quinaen reversa . 41
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Manejo seguro de la gasolina • Nuncaoperela rn _ . quinasi faltaunrnontajedelcanalo si el rnisrnoest , . daSado . Mantengatodoslosdispositivosde seguri - Paraevitarlesionespersonales0 daSosrnaterialestengarnucho daden su lugaryen funcionarniento . cuidadocuandotrabajecon gasolina . Lagasolinaes surnarnente inflarnabley susvaporespuedencausarexplosiones . Si se derrarna • Nuncaenciendaelmotorenespacioscerradoso en unazona gasolinaencirna0 sobrela ropase puedelesionargravernenteya que con pocaventilaci6n . Elescapedel motorcontienernon6xidode se puedeincendiar . L & vesela piely c & rnbiesede ropade inrnediato . carbono , ungas inodoroy letal . • Utilices610los recipientesparagasolinaautorizados . • Noutilicela rn _ . quinabajola influenciadelalcoholo las drogas . • Apaguetodoslos cigarrillos , cigarros , pipasy otrasfuentesde • Elsilenciadory el motorse calientany puedencausarquernadu - cornbusfi6n . ras . Nolos toque . Mantengaa los niSosalejados . • Nuncacarguecombustibleen larn & quinaen unespaciocerrado . • Seasurnarnenteprecavidocuandooperelarn _ . quinasobreuna superficiecon gravaocuandola cruce . Mant _ ngasealerta porsi • Nuncasaquela tapadelcombustibleniagreguecombustible rnientrasel motorest & caliente0 en rnarcha . se presentanpeligrosocultoso tr _ . nsito . • Tengacuidadocuandocarnbiede direcci6no cuandooperela • Dejequeel motorse enfrieporI0 rnenosdos rninutosantesde rn _ . quinaen pendientes . volvera cargarcombustible . • Planifiqueel patr6nenel queva air arrojandonieveparaevitar • NuncaIleneenexcesoel dep6sitodecombustible . Lleneel que ladescargade materialse produzcahacialas ventanas , tanquea no rn & sde1 / 2pulgadapordebajode la basedelcuello las paredes , losautorn6viles , etc . y evitarasi posiblesdaSos de Ilenadodejandoespacioparaladilataci6ndeIcombustible . rnaterialeso lesionesproducidasporlos rebotes . • Vuelvaa colocarla tapade lagasoiinay aj _ stelabien . • Nuncadirijaladescargahacialos niSos , los observadoreso las • Lirnpieel combustiblequese hayaderrarnadosobreel motory el rnascotasni dejequenadiese paredelantede la rn _ . quina . equipo . Trasladela rn & quinaa otra zona . Espere5 rninutosantes deencenderel motor . • Nosobrecarguelacapacidadde la rn _ . quinatratandode sacarla nievernuyr _ . pidarnente . • Nuncaalrnacenela rn & quina0 el recipientedecombustibleen • Nuncaopereestarn _ . quinasin buenavisibilidado ilurninaci6n . unespaciocerradodondehayafuego , chispas0 luz piloto ( por Siernpredebeestarsegurode queest , . bienafirrnadoy su - ejernplo , hornos , calentadoresdeagua , calefactores , secadores jetandofirrnernentelas rnanijas . Carnine , nuncacorra . de ropa , etc . ) . • Cortela corrientea la barrena / irnpulsorcuandotransportela • Dejequela rn _ . quinase enfrieporIo rnenos5 rninutosantesde rn _ . quinao cuandolarnisrnanoest , . en uso . guardarla . • Nuncaoperela rn _ . quinaaalta velocidadde desplazarniento • NuncaIlenelos recipientesenel interiordeunvehiculoo carni6n sobresuperficiesresbaladizas . Mirehaciaabajoy haciaatr _ . sy ocaja de rernolquecon recubrirnientospl _ . sticosC . oloque tengacuidadocuandovayarnarchaatr _ . s . siernprelos recipientesenel pisoy lejosdelvehiculoantesde Ilenarlos . • Si la rn _ . quinacornenzaraavibrarde rnaneraanorrnal , detengael motor , desconecteel cablede labujiay p6ngalade rnaneraque • Sies posible , retireel equipoa gasolinadelcarni6no rernolque hagarnasacontrael motor . Inspeccionela rn _ . quinarninuciosa - y II _ neloen el suelo . Siestonoes posible , Ileneel equipoen un rnenteparaver si est , . daSada . Reparetodoslos daSosantesde rernolquecon contenedorport _ . til , envezdedesdeunaboquilla encendery operarla rn _ . quina . dispensadoradegasolina . • Desengranetodaslas palancasde controly detengaelmotor • Mantengala boquilladispensadoraen contactocon el hordedel antesdedejarla posici6nde operaci6n ( detr _ . sdelas rnanijas ) . dep6sitode combustibleo con la aberturadel recipienteentodo Espereaque labarrena / irnpulsorse detengaporcornpleto rnornento , hastaterrninarlacarga . No utiliceundispositivode antesdedestaparelrnontajedelcanalo realizarajustese apertura / cierrede boquilla . inspecciones . FUNCIONANIIENTO • Nuncapongalas rnanosenlas aberturasdedescargao de • No pongalas rnanoso los piescercadelas piezasrotatorias , recolecci6n . Utilicesiernprela herrarnientadelirnpiezaquese en lacajade la barrena / irnpulsoro en el rnontajedelcanalde adjuntaparadestaparla aberturadedescarga . Nodestapeel descarga . Hacercontactocon piezasgiratoriaspuederesultaren rnontajedelcanal rnientrasel motorest , . en funcionarniento . laarnputaci6ndernanoso pies . Antesde destaparlo , apagueel motory perrnanezcadetr _ . sde las • La palancadecontrolde la barrena / irnpulsores un dispositivo rnanijashastaque todaslas partesrn6vilesse hayandetenido . de seguridad . Nuncaevitesu funcionarnientoD . e hacerlola • Uses61ounionesy accesoriosaprobadosporel fabricante ( por operaci6nde la rn _ . quinaes riesgosay puedeocasionarlesiones . ejernplo , pesasparalas ruedas , cadenasparalos neurn _ . ticos , • Las palancasdecontroldebenfuncionarbienen arnbasdirec - cabinas , etc . ) . cionesy regresarautorn _ . ticarnenatela posici6nde desengrane cuandose lassuelta . 42
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• Paraencenderel motor , jale de lacuerdalentarnentehastaque • SegOnlaCornisi6nde Seguridadde Productosparael Consu - sientaresistencia , luegojale r _ . pidarnenteE . lreplieguer _ . pidode rnidorde los EstadosUnidos ( CPSC ) y la Agenciade Protecci6n la cuerdade arranque ( tensi6nde retroceso ) lejalar _ , la rnanoy Arnbientalde los EstadosUnidos ( EPA ) , esteproductotieneuna el brazohaciael motorrn _ . sr _ . pidodeIo queustedpuedesoltar . vida Qtilmediadesiete ( 7 ) a _ os , 660 horasdefuncionarniento . El resultadopuedenserhuesosrotos , fracturas , hernatornaso AI finalizarlavida Otilmedia , adquieraunarn _ . quinanuevao esguinces . hagainspeccionaranualrnente _ staporun distribuidordeservicio autorizadoparacerciorarsede quetodoslos sisternasrnec _ . nicos • Si se presentansituacionesquenoest _ . nprevistasen este y deseguridadfuncionancorrectarnentey notienenexcesivo manual , seacuidadosoy use el sentidocornOn . P6ngaseen desgaste . Si no Iohace , puedenproducirseaccidentes , lesiones contactocon Asistenciaal Clienteparasolicitarayuday el o rnuerte nornbredeldistribuidorde serviciorn _ . scercano . • Nuncaalrnacenela rn _ . quinao el recipientedecombustibleen un MANTENIMIENTO Y ALMACENAMIENTO espaciocerradodondehayafuego , chispaso luz pilotocornopor • Nuncaalterelos dispositivosde seguridad . Controleperi6dica - ejernplo , calentadoresde agua , hornos , secadoresde ropa , etc . rnentequefuncionencorrectarnenteR . ernitasealas secciones • Consultesiernpreel manualdeloperadorparaobtener demantenirnientoy ajustede estemanual . instruccionesadecuadasparaelalrnacenarnientofuerade • Antesde realizarla lirnpieza , repararo revisarla rn _ . quina , ternporadaVerifiquferecuenternentelaIfneade combustiblee , l desengranetodaslaspalancasdecontroly detengael motor . tanque , el tap6n , y losaccesoriosbuscandorajaduraso perdidas . Esperea quela barrena / irnpulsorse detengaporcornpleto . Reernplacede ser necesario . Desconecteel cabledela bujfay p6ngalohaciendornasacontra • Nod _ arranqueal motorsi noest , . labujiade encendido . el motorparaevitarquese enciendaaccidentalrnente . NO MODIFIQUE EL MOTOR • Controlefrecuenternentequetodoslospernosy tornillosest _ n bienajustadosparacornprobarquela rn _ . quinase encuentra Paraevitarlesionesgraveso larnuerte , nornodifiqueel motorbajo encondicionessegurasde funcionarnientoA . dern _ . sh , agauna ningunacircunstancia . Si carnbiala configuraci6ndel reguladorel inspecci6nvisualde larn _ . quinaparaverificarsi est , . da _ ada . motorpuededescontrolarsey operara velocidadesinseguras . Nunca carnbielaconfiguraci6ndef _ . bricadel reguladordel motor . • No carnbielaconfiguraci6ndel reguladordelmotorni acelere dernasiadoelrnisrno . Elreguladordelmotorcontrolala velocidad AVISO REFERIDO A EMISIONES rn _ . xirnaseguradefuncionarnientodelmotor . Losrnotoresqueest & ncertificadosy curnplencon las regulaciones • Las placasde raspadoy las zapatasantideslizantesquese de ernisionesfederalesEPAy de CaliforniaparaSORE ( Equipos usancon la rn _ . quinaquitanievese desgastany se da _ an . peque _ ostodoterreno ) est _ . ncertificadosparaoperarcon gasolina Paraprotegersu seguridad , verifiquefrecuenternentetodoslos cornOnsinplornoy puedenincluirlossiguientessisternasde control cornponentesy reernpl _ . celoss61ocon partesde los fabricantes de ernisiones : Modificaci6ndemotor ( EM ) y catalizadorde tresvias deequiposoriginales ( OEM ) . " i Elusode piezasquenocurnplen ( TWO ) si est _ . nequipadosde esa rnanera . con lasespecificacionesdelequipooriginalpuederesultaren GUARDACHISPAS rendirnientoinadecuadoadern _ . sde poneren riesgola seguri - dad ! " • Reviselas palancasde controlperi6dicarnenteparaverificar Estarn & quinaest , . equipadacon unmotorde cornbusti6ninternay queengraneny desengranenadecuadarnentey ajOstelossi es nodebeser utilizadaen o cercade unterrenoagrestecubiertopor necesario . Consultela secci6nde ajustesdeeste manualdel bosque , rnalezaso hierbaexceptosi el sisternade escapedelmotor operadorparaobtenerinstrucciones . est , . equipadocon unarnortiguadorde chispasquecurnplaconlas • Mantengao reernplacelasetiquetasde seguridade instrucciones leyeslocaleso estatalescorrespondientese , ncasodehaberlas . segQnseanecesario . Sise utilizaun arnortiguadordechispasel operadorIo debernantener • Respetelas norrnasreferentesa ladisposici6ncorrectay las en condicionesde usoadecuadas . Enel Estadode Californialas reglarnentacionessobregasolina , aceite , etc . paraprotegerel rnedidasanteriorrnenternencionadassonexigidasporley ( Arficulo medicarnbiente . 4442del C6digode RecursosPOblicosde California ) . Es posible • Antesdealrnacenarlarn _ . quinaenci _ ndalaunosrninutospara queexistanleyessirnilaresenotrosestados . Lasleyesfederalesse sacarla nievequehayaquedadoen larnisrnay paraevitarasi aplicanenterritoriosfederales . quese congelela barrena / irnpulsor . Puedeconseguirelarnortiguadorde chispasparael silenciadora travesde sudistribuidorautorizadode rnotoreso poni _ ndoseen contactocon eldepartarnentodeservicios . 43
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SiMBOLOS DE SEGURIDAD Estap _ ginadescribelossirnbolosy figurasde seguridadinternacionalesquepuedenaparecerenesteproducto . Leael manualdeloperador ) araobtenerla inforrnaci6nterrninadasobreseguridad , reunirse , operaci6ny rnantenimientoy reparaci6n . LEAELMANUAL DELOPERADOR ( S ) i Lea , entienda , y siga todas lasinstrucciones en el manual ( es ) antes de intentar reunirse y funcionar . i LA ADVERTENCIA - - PLATOS ROTATORIOS Guarde manos de entrada y aperturas de la descarga mientras la m _ iquina corre . Alli ellos hacen para girar platos dentro . LA ADVERTENCIA - - LAMINASROTATIVAS Guarde manos de entrada y aperturas de descarga mientras la m _ iquina corre . Alli hacen girar I _ iminas dentro . LA ADVERTENCIA - - TALADRO ROTATIVO No ponga manos o pies cerca del giro de partes , en el alojamiento de taladro / aspa o asamblea de tolva . Contacto con las partes rotativas puede amputar manos y pies . OBJETOS LANZADOS POR ADVERTENCIA Esta m _ iquina puede recoger y lanzar y objetos que pueden causar la herida personal seria . GASOLINA DE ADVERTENCIA ESINFLAMABLE Permita que el motor se enfrie al menos dos minutos antes del reabastecimiento de combustible . ADVERTENCIA - - MONOXIDO DE CARBONO Nunca dirijas un motor dentro o en un _ irea mal ventilada . Los gases de combusti6n de motor contienen el mon6xido de carbono , un gas inodoro y mortal . ADVERTENCIA - ELECTROCHOQUE No use eljuez de salida el _ ctrico del motor en la Iluvia . 44
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NOTA : las referenciasal ladoderechoo y ciertosde la rn _ . quina quitanievesedeterrninandesdela parteposteriorde la unidaden posici6ndeoperaci6n ( perrnaneciendodirectarnentedetr _ . sdela rn _ . quinaquitanieve , rnirandohaciael panelde larnanija ) . EXTRACCI6N DE LA UNIDAD DE LA CAJA 1 . Cortelasesquinasdela cajade cart6ny exti _ ndalaenel piso Quitey descartetodoslos insertosde ernpaque . 2 . Saquela rn _ . quinaquitanievede lacaja . 3 . AsegQresedevaciarcornpletarnentela cajaantesdetirarla . PARTES SU ELTAS Conestemanualse incluyendos pasadoresde cuchiNade barrenade repuesto . Consultela secci6n " Barrenas " en lasecci6ndeServicioy Mantenirnientoparaobtenerrn _ . sinforrnaci6nsobreel reernplazode los pasadoresdecuchillade barrena . MONTAJE , Coloquela palancadecarnbiosenla posici6ndeavance ( F ) 6 . \ 2 . Figura1 Observeel _ . reainferiortraserade la rn _ . quinaquitanievepara asegurarsede quearnboscablesest _ nalineadoscon las gufas rotatoriasantesdegirarla rnanijahaciaarriba . Veala figura1 . f NOTA : AsegQresede quelosextrernossuperioresdecadacable est _ . ncorrectarnenteasentadosen susoporte . , Asegurela rnanijaajustandolaperillaa rnariposadepl _ . stico situadaen los ladosizquierdoy derechodedicha rnanija . Veala ! figura2 . Retirey descartetodoslasbandasde pl _ . sticos , i Las / hubiera . Unicarnentese utilizanparael ernpaque . / / Figura2 45
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. SitOeel montajedel canalsobrela base . Vealafigura3 . 5 . Cierrelos fijadoresde la bridaparaasegurarel montajedelcanal a la basedelcanal . Veala figura4 . Losfijadoresde labrida emitenun chasquidocuandoest _ . nbienasegurados . NOTA : si los fijadoresde labridano seajustanen su lugarf _ . cilmente , utilicelapalmade su rnanoparaapfcar unapresi6nr _ . piday firmeen la parteposteriorde cadauno . . a . Quitela arandelaplanay el brochede horquiladel extremo delcontroldireccionaldel canal . b . Inserteelextremodelcontroldireccionadlelcanalenel soporte inferiory asegOrelomediantelaarandelaplanay elbroche dehorquilaqueacabaderetirarV . ealafigura5 . Sies necesariop , uedeajustarseelsoporteinferiorC . onsute " Ajuste delsoportedelcanal " enlasecci6nde Servicioy Mantenimiento . Figura4 Figura3 Figura5 46
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CONFIGURACION " _ " Herramienta de Limpieza del Canal Hayuna herramientade limpiezadel canal iajustadaa la parte superiorde lacaja dela barrenacon un pasadordeensamNado . Vea lafigura6 . Laherramientaest , . diseSadaparalimpiarel hieloy la nievedelmontajede un canal . Esteproductose sujetamedianteuna Herrarnienta de uni6nde cableen laf _ . brica . Cortelauni6ndecableantesdeoperar Lira _ iezadel Canal la mAquinaquitanieve . Nuncausesus manosparaliberarunmontajede canaltapado . Ap - agueel motory permanezcadetr _ . sde las manijashastaquetodas las partesm6vilesse hayandetenidoantesde utilizarla herramienta de limpiezaparalimpiarel montajedelcanal . Presi6n de los neumaticos Antesde cualquieroperaci6n , compruebelapresi6nde ambos neumAticosy reduzcalamismaa entre15psiy 20psi . Figura6 NOTA : Sila presbn de los neum _ . ticonso es igualen ambosneum _ . ti - cos , es posiNequela unidadnosiga unatrayectoriarectay quela placade raspadose desgastede formadespareja . f AJUSTES Zapatas antideslizantes Laszapatasantideslizantesde la m _ . quinaquitanieveseajustanpara arribaen f _ . bricaparaelenvio . Si Iodesea , puedeajustarlashacia abajoantesdehacerfuncionarlam _ . quinaquitanieve . recomienda esta sobre ya quees posiblequela m _ . quinaquitanievetomelagravasueltay la barrenalaexpulse , Io cual apodriacausarlesionespersonalesova , lNo se queopere m _ . quinaquitanieve gr daSarla m _ . quinaquitanieve . • Sideseaquitarnieveal rasdel suelo , elevem _ . slaszapatas antideslizantesenla cajade la barrena . • Uselas posicionesmediao bajacuandola superficiequedesee limpiarseadespareja , comouncaminodegrava . NOTA : Sitienequeusar la m & quinaquitanievesobregrava , mantenga Figura7 lazapataantideslizanteen la posici6nm _ . selevadaparaIograruna separaci6nm & ximaentreel pisoy laplacade raspado . Paraajustarlaszapatasantideslizantes : 1 . Aflojelas cuatrostuercashexagonales ( dosencada lado ) y los pernosdel carro . Muevalas zapatasantideslizantesa la posici6n deseada . 2 . Compruebequetoda la superficieinferiorde laszapatas antideslizantesest _ contrael sueloparaevitarundesgaste desparejode los mismos . 3 . Vuelvaa ajustarbienlastuercasy lospernos . 47
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Ajuste de ( montaje del cana ( Es posibieajustar ( adistanciaa ( acua ( se arroja ( anievecambiandoel & ngu ( ode ( montajede ( canal . Parahacer ( o : 1 . Detengael motorquitando ( a ( ( avedeencendidoy afioje ( aperi ( ( a a mariposade pl & sticoquese encuentraen el ( adoizquierdode ( montajede ( canal . 2 . Gireelcanal haciaarribao haciaabajoantesdeapretar ( aperi ( ( a a mariposa . Vea ( afigura8 . Prueba de control de la barrena Antesdeoperarsu m _ quinaquitanieve , leaatentamentey cumpia todas ( asinstruccionesqueaparecena continuaci6n . Reaiice todoslos ajustesparaverificarque ( amAquinaestAoperandocon seguridady correctamente . Compruebeel ajustedel controlde ( abarrenade ( asiguienteforma : 1 . Cuandose sueltael controlde ( abarrenay est , . en posici6n Figura8 desengranadaarriba , elcabledebetenetmuypocojuego . NO debeestartenso . 2 . Enun _ . reabienventilada , arranqueel motorde lam _ . quina quitanievesegQnse indicaanteriormenteenestamismasecci6n . 3 . Paradoen la posici6ndel operador ( detr _ . sde la m _ . quina quitanieve ) , engranelabarrena . 4 . Dejela barrenaengranadaduranteaproximadamentediez ( 10 ) segundosantesde soltarel controlde ( abarrena . Repitaesta operaci6nvariasveces . 5 . Conla barrenaenposici6ndesengranadaarriba , caminea ( frente de ( am _ . quina . 6 . Confirmequela barrenahadejadode girarporcompletoy no muestraNINGONsignodemovimiento . Si labarrenamuestra CUALQUlERsignode rotaci6n , vuelvaa la posici6ndel operador y apagueel motorinmediatamenteE . sperea queTODASlas ' I partesm6vilessedetenganantesde vo ( vera ajustarelcontrolde ( abarrena . \ \ \ 7 . Paravolvera ajustarel cabledecontrol , aflojela tuercahexago - \ nalsuperioren ( am _ nsuiade ( cablede ( abarrena . 8 . Ubiquela m _ nsulahaciaarribaparabrindarm _ . sjuego ( o hacia iiJ abajoparaaumentarla tensi6ndelcable ) . Veala figura9 . J 9 . Vuelvaa apretarla tuercahexagonalsuperior . Figura9 10 . Repita ( apruebadecontrolde ( abarrenaparaverificarque seha Iogradoelajusteadecuado . 48
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Control de Transmisi6n Palanca de Cambios J Controlde la Barrena Tapbn de combustible \ Montajedelcanal Llenado de \ _ aceite \ \ Control direccional del canal \ \ Herramientade . . Manijadelarrancador limpiezadelcanal \ Sdenc _ ador de retroceso \ Cebador _ _ \ \ Llave de encendido J Control del regulador Control del \ cebador Botbn del arrancador / el _ ctrico Salida del arrancador Zapatas Llene del antideslizantes _ / Figura 10 Ahoraqueya haajustadosu la rn _ . quinaquitanieveparala operaci6n , LLAVE DE ENCENDIDO farniliaricesecon suscontrolesy caracteristicas . Veala Figura10 . LaIlavedeencendidoes undispositivode / _ , , , PALANCA DE CAIVIBIOS seguridad . Debeestarcornpletarnenteinsertada [ _ | paraqueel motorarranque . Retirela Ilavede encendidocuandonouse larn _ . quinaquita - 21 12345 6 nieve . ( _ 0 NOTE : Nogirela Ilavedeencendidopara intentararrancarel motor . AI hacerlopodria La palancadecarnbiosest , . ubicadaenel panelde carrera . SitQe rornperla . la palancadecarnbiosen cualquierade las ochoposicionespara controlarladirecci6ndel desplazarnientoy lavelocidadde piso . CONTROL DE OBTURACION Avance Elcontroldeobturaci6nse encuentraen la Hayseisposicionesde avance ( F ) . Laposici6nuno ( 1 ) es larn _ . s parte posteriordel motor , y se activahaciendo lenta , y la posici6nseis ( 6 ) es la rn _ . sr _ . pida . girarel controldeobturaci6na posici6nON . Retroceso AI activarel controlde obturaci6nse cierrala placade obturaci6ndelcarburadory se ayudaa Haydosvelocidadesde retroceso ( R ) . Launo ( 1 ) es la rn _ . slenta , y la encenderel motor . dos ( 2 ) es la rn _ . sr _ . pida . Curnple con los estandares de seguridad de ANSi Lasrn _ . quinaqsuitanievedeCraftsmancurnplenconlosest _ . ndaredse seguridaddelinstitutoestadounidensdeeest _ . ndarensacionales ( ANSI ) . 49
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CONTROL DEL REGULADOR CONTROL DE LA BARRENA / f CONTROL DE LA BARRIENA Elcontrol del regulador estfi ubicado en la parte trasera del motor . Negula la velocidad del motor , y Io apaga cuando se Iocoloca en la posicidn STOP ( detencidn ) . CEBADOR AI presionarel cebadorse envlacombustible directamentealcarburadordelmotorparaayudar al encendidocuandoelclimaes frfo . Elcontrolde labarrenaestaubicadoen la manijaizquierda . Aprietela MANIJA DEL ARRANCADOR DE RETRO = empuSaduradecontrolcontrala manijaparaengranarlas barrenasy CESO empiecea quitarnieve . Suelteparaquese detenga . Estamanijaseutilizaparaarrancaerlmotormanualmente . CONTROL DE LA TRANSMISI6N / CONTROL BOT6N DEL ARRANCADOR DE LA BARRENA DE CERRADURA ELECTRICO CONTROL DiE LA - X Sioprimeel bot6ndelarrancadorel _ ctricose engranael arrancador TRANSMISI ( N el _ ctricodel motorcuandose Ioenchufaa unafuentedeenergfade 120V . SALIDA DEL ARRANCADOR ELI _ CTRICO Es necesariousar uncord6nprolongadorparaexterioresde tres espigasy unafuentede energia / tomacorrientede paredde 120V . BARRENAS J Cuandoest _ nen granadas , las barrerasgirany retiranlanieveal Elcontroldetransmisi6nest & ubicadoen la manijaderecha . Presione interiorde lacaja de labarrena . laempuSaduradecontrolcontralamanijaparaengranarla ruedade transmisi6n . Suelteparaquese detenga . MONTAJE DEL CANAL Suelteamboscontrolesparadetenertantolasbarrenascomola La nieveretiradaal interiorde la cajade la barrenase descargaen el transmisi6nde las ruedas . montajedel canal . NOTA : Sueltesiempreel controlde latransmisi6nantesde cambiar de velocidad . Deno procederasi , aumentar & eldesgastedel sistema LLENADO DE ACEITE de transmisi6nde su m & quina . Es posiblecontrolarel niveldeaceitedel motor , asfcomotambi _ n CONTROL DIRECCIONAL DEL CANAL agregaraceite , a travesdel Ilenadode aceite . f CONTROL DIRECC | ONAL DEL CANAL TAPON DE COMBUSTIBLE INCLINACI6N DEL CANALAJUSTABLE Desenrosqueel tap6ndecombustibleparaagregargasolinaaltanque DESCARGA DESCARGA decombustible . IZQUJERDA ZAPATAS ANTI DES LIZANTES Ubiquelas zapatasantideslizantesen funci6nde lascondicionesde la superficie . Ajustehaciaarribasi la nieveest , . muycompactada . Aj0stelashaciaabajosi usala m & quinaengravaso superficiescon piedrastrituradas . J 5O
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Paracarnbiarla direcci6nhacialacual se arrojala nieve , gire el NOTA : No Io Ileneen exceso . ElIlenadoexcesivodeaceitepuede controldireccionaldelcanalde la siguienternanera : hacerqueel motorgenerehurno , quecuestearrancarloo fallasenla bujia . • Gireensentidode lasagujasdel relojparadescargarla nieve 4 . Vuelvaa colocarel tap6n / la varillade aceitey ajusteconfirrneza haciala izquierda . antesdearrancarel motor . • Gireendirecci6ncontrariade lasagujasdel relojparadescar - Gasolina garlahacialaderecha . Utilicegasolinaparaautorn6viles ( sinplornoo conbajocontenidode HERRAIVIIENTA DE LIMPIEZA plornopararninirnizarlosdep6sitosen lac _ . rnaradecornbusti6n ) con un octanajerninirnode 87 . Sepuedeusargasolinacon hastaun 10 % de etanolo un 15 % de MTBE ( eterrnefilicoterciario - bufilico ) . Nunca use unarnezclade aceitey gasolinanigasolinasucia . Evitequese de destaparlo , apagueel motory perrnanezcadetr _ . sde lasrnanijas II lNunca usesus rnanosparaliberarunrnontajede canaltapado . Antes introduzcasuciedad , polvoo aguaenel tanquedecombustible . NO hastaquetodaslaspartesrn6vilesse hayandetenido , j utilicegasolinaE85 . La herrarnientadelirnpiezadelcanalest , . ajustadaconvenienternente • Carguecombustibleen un _ . reabienventiladay con el motor a la parteposteriorde lacaja dela barrenaconun pasadordeensarn - apagado . No fumeniperrnitallamaso chispasen el lugardonde blado . Sise acurnulannievey hieloen elcanalde descargadurante se cargacombustibleo se encuentraeldep6sitodecombustible laoperaci6n , procedacornose indicaa continuaci6nparalirnpiarde del motor . rnaneraseguraelrnontajedelcanaly laaberturadelcanal : • NoIleneenexcesoel tanquedecombustible . Despu _ sdecargar 1 . Suelteel controlde la barrenay elcontrolde latransrnisi6n . combustible , asegOresedequeel tap6ndeltanqueest _ bien 2 . Paradetenerel motorsaquela Ilavedeencendido . cerradoy asegurado . 3 . Saquela herrarnientade lirnpiezadelpasadorque laajustaa la • Tengacuidadodeno derrarnarcombustibleal realizarla recarga . parteposteriorde la cajade la barrena . Elcombustiblederrarnadoo susvaporesse puedenincendiar . 4 . Useelextrernocon forrnade palade laherrarnientade lirnpieza Si se derrarnacombustible , asegQresede queel _ . reaest _ seca antesdearrancarel motor . paradesplazary recogerlanievey el hieloquese forrnaroncerca delconjuntodelcanal . • Eviteelcontactorepetidoo prolongadocon lapielo inhalarlos 5 . Vuelvaa ajustarla herrarnientade lirnpiezaal pasadordeen - vapores . sarnbladoubicadoen la parteposteriorde lacaja de labarrena , insertede nuevola Ilavedeencendidoy enciendael motorde la Tengaextrernocuidadocuandornanipulegasolina . La gasolinaes rn _ . quinaquitanieve . altarnenteinflarnabley susvaporespuedencausarexplosiones . 6 . Paradoenlaposici6ndeloperado ( rdetr _ . sdelarn _ . quinqauita - Nuncaagreguecombustiblea la rn _ . quinaeninterioreso rnientras nieve ) , engraneelcontroldelabarrenaduranteunossegundospara lel motorest , . calienteo en funcionarnientoA . paguelos cigarrillos , elirninalranieveoelhieloquehayanquedadoenelconjuntodel _ cigarrosp , ipasy otrasfuentesde cornbusti6n . canal . 1 . Antesde sacarlatapa paracargarcombustible , lirnpiealrededor . ANTES DE ENCENDER EL MOTOR 2 . Enel tanquedecombustiblehay unindicadordenivel . Lleneel tanquehastaIlegaral niveldecombustibledel indicador . Veala Figura10 . Tengacuidadoparano Ilenarel dep6sitoenexceso . Lea , cornprenday siga todaslas instruccionesy advertenciasque ENCENDIDO DEL MOTOR aparecenen la rn _ . quinayen estemanualantesdeoperarla . Aceite El motorseenvi6con aceiteen el motor . Controleel niveldeaceite Siernprernantengalas rnanosy lospies alejadosde laspartes antesde cadaoperaci6nparaasegurarsede quehayaaceite rn6viles . Noutilicefluidoscornprirnidosparaarrancar . Losvapores suficienteenel motor . Paraobtenerrn _ . sinstrucciones , rernitasea los son infiarnables . pasosqueaparecenen lap _ . gina52 . NOTA : Dejequeel motorse calienteduranteunosrninutostrasel NOTA : AsegOresede cornprobarel motorsobreunasuperficie arranque . Elmotornodesarrollar _ t , oda su potenciahastaquealcance niveladay con el motorapagado . ternperaturasoperativas . 1 . Retireel tap6ndeIlenado / la varillade rnedici6nde nivelde 1 . AsegQresedeque elcontrolde la barrenay elcontrolde la aceitey lirnpielavarilla . transrnisi6nest _ nen posici6ndesengranada ( sin presionar ) . 2 . Inserteel tap6n / la varilladernedici6nenel cuellodeIlenadode 2 . Insertela Ilavedeencendidoenla ranura . AsegOresedeque aceite , perono laatornille . entrea presi6nensu lugar . Nointentegirarla Ilave . 3 . Extraigael tap6ndeIlenado / lavarillade niveldeaceite . Si NOTA : Elmotorno puedearrancarsi laIlaveno est , . cornpletarnente el niveles bajo , agregueaceite ( 5W - 30 , con unaclasificaci6n insertadaenel interruptordeencendido . minimade SF / SG ) lentarnentehastaqueel registromarqueentre nivelalto ( H ) y bajo ( L ) . 51
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Arrancador el _ ctrico 2 . Muevala palancadelcebadorhastala posici6nON I , , , € 1 ( encendidoconel motoren fifo ) . Si el motorya est , . caliente , ubiqueel cebadoren la posici6nOFR Elarrancadorel _ ctricoopcionalest & equipadocon uncable deali - 3 . Presioneel cebadortresa cinco ( 3 - 5 ) veces , asegur _ . ndosede rnentaci6ny unenchufedetresterrninalesconectadosa tierray est , . cubrirel orificiode ventilaci6ncuandoIo haga . Siel motorest , . dise _ adoparaoperarcon corrientedorn _ sticade 120voltios.Debe caliente , presioneel cebadorunasola vez . Cubrasiernpreel setutilizadocon unrecept _ . culode tresterrninalescorrectarnente orificiodeventilaci6ncuandooptimael bot6ndel cebador . Si conectadoa tierraen todomornentoparaevitarla posibiNdadde hacefifo puederesultarnecesariorepetirel cebado . descargasel _ ctricas . Sigatodaslas instruccionescuidadosarnente 4 . Jale suavernentela rnanijadelarrancadorhastaquecornience paraoperarel arrancadorel _ ctrico . NOutiliceel arrancadorel _ ctrico a ofrecerresistencia , luegoj _ . lelar _ . pidarnentyecon fuerzapara bajolaIluvia . superarlacornpresi6n . No sueltela rnanijani perrnitaquese desenganche . VuelvalacuerdaLENTAMENTEa su posici6n Determinesi el cableadode su hogares unsisternadetrescables conectadoa tierra . Consultecon unelectricistarnatriculadosi noest , . original . Deset necesario , repitaestepaso . 5 . Mientrasse calientael motor , girelentarnenteel controldel seguro . obturadora la posici6nOFF ( apagado ) . Siel motorse detiene , Sicuentaconun recept _ . culodetresterrninales , siga lossiguientes vuelvaa encenderlo , h _ . galofuncionarcon elcebadorensu pasos . Siel cableadodesu hogarnoes el adecuado , NOuse el posici6nmediaduranteun lapsobrevey luegogirelentarnenteel arrancadorel _ ctricoen ningunacircunstancia . cebadorhastala posici6nOFF ( apagado ) . 1 . Conecteel prolongadora la salidasituadaenla superficiedel motor . Conecteel ottoextrernodel prolongadoren unrecept _ . culo deCA conconexi6na tierradetresterrninalesde 120voltios , en un _ . reabienventilada . Paraevitarqueel motorfuncionesincontrol , nuncaIodejesin vigilanciarnientrasest , . en rnarcha . Apagueel motorluegode usarlo 2 . Muevalapalancadecontroldel reguladora laposici6nFAST y saquela Navedeencendido ( r _ . pido , representadapor unaliebre ) . 3 . Muevalapalancadelcebadorhastala posici6nON IJl DETENCI6N DEL MOTOR ( encendidocon el motorenfifo ) . Siel motorya est , . caliente , ubiqueel cebadoren laposici6nOFR Dejeencendidoel motordurantealgunosrninutosantesdedetenerlo 4 . Presioneel cebadortresa cinco ( 3 - 5 ) veces , asegur _ . ndosede paraperrnitirquese sequela hurnedaden elrnisrno . cubrirel orificiodeventilaci6ncuandoIo haga . Siel motorest , . 1 . Muevael controldel reguladora laposici6ndetenci6n . t _ caNentep , resioneelcebadorunasolavez . Cubrasiernpreel 2 . RetirelaNavede encendido . AI retirarla Navese reducela posi - orificiode ventilaci6ncuandooptimael bot6ndelcebador . Si bilidadde queel motorsea puestoen rnarchasin autorizaci6n hacefifo puederesultarnecesariorepetirel cebado . rnientrasel equiponoest , . en uso . GuardelaNaveen unlugar 5 . Presioneel bot6ndel arrancadorparaarrancarel motor . Una seguro . El motornopuedearrancarsin laNavedeencendido . vezencendidoel motor , suelteinrnediatarnenteel bot6ndel 3 . Elirninelahurnedadde loscontrolesdel motor . arrancador . Elarrancadorel _ ctricotiene unaprotecci6ncontra PROCEDIMIENTO PARA ENGRANAR LA sobrecargat _ rrnica ; el sisternase apagar _ t , ransitoriarnentepara TRANSMISI6N perrnitirquese enfrfeelarrancadorencasoquese sobrecargue el arrancadorel _ ctrico . 1 . Conelcontroldelestranguladorenposici6nr & pida _ ( dibujo 6 . Mientrasse calientael motor , gire lentarnenteel controldel de unconejo ) , rnuevala palancade carnbiosa unadelas seis obturadora laposici6nOFF ( apagado ) . Si el motorse detiene , posicionesdeavance ( F ) o de lasdos posicionesde reversa ( R ) . vuelvaa encenderlo , h _ . galofuncionarconel cebadoren su Seleccionelavelocidadadecuadaparaelestadode la nieve posici6nmediaduranteunlapsobrevey luegogirelentarnenteel existentey unavelocidadcon laque se sientac6rnodo . cebadorhastalaposici6nOFF ( apagado ) . 2 . Aprieteel controldela transrnisi6ncontrala rnanijaderecha , y la 7 . Unavezqueel motorest _ enfuncionarnientod , esconectedel ar - rn _ . quinaquitanievese rnover _ . S . u _ lteloy sedetendr _ e , l rancadorel _ ctricoel cablede alirnentaci6n . Paradesconectarlo , rnovirnientodela transrnisi6n . desenchufesiernpreel extrernoqueest , . enchufadoal tornacor - rientedeparedantesdedesenchufarel extrernoopuestoque NOTA : NUNCAcarnbielaposici6nde lapalancadecarnbios ( carnbio est , . conectadoal motor . de velocidadeso dedirecci6ndedesplazarniento ) sin soltarprirneroel controlde transrnisi6ny detenerpot cornpletola rn _ . quinaquitanieve . Arrancador de retroceso Estoproducir _ u , ndesgasteprernaturodelsisternadetransrnisi6nde larn _ . quinaquitanieve . PROCEDIMIENTO PARA ENGRANAR LAS I Notire de la rnanijadelarrancadorrnientrasel motorest , . en rnarcha . I BARRENAS 1 . Muevalapalancadecontroldel regula _ ra laposici6nFAST 1 . Aprieteelcontroldela barrenacontrala rnanijay lasbarrenas ( r _ . pido , representadapor unaliebre ) . ' _ rotar _ . nS . u _ ltelay lasbarrenasse detendr _ . n . 52
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LISTA DE MANTENIMIENTO Antesde realizarcualquiertipo del rnantenirniento / servicios , uelte Sigalalistade rnantenirnientodadaabajo . Estacartadescribepautas todoslos rnandosy pareel motor . Esperehastaquetodaslas partes de servicios61o . Usela colurnnade Troncode Servicioparaguardar de rnovirnientohayanvenidoa unaparadacornpleta . Desconecteel la pistade tareasdernantenirnientocornpletadas . Localizarel rn _ . s alarnbredebujiay b _ . selocontrael motorparaprevenirel cornienzo cercanoCharnuscael CentrodeServicioo prograrnarelservicio , sirn - involuntariSo . iernpreIlevepuestoscristalesinastillabledsurantela plernenteponerseencontactoCharnuscaen 1 - 800 - 4 - MY - HOME ® . operaci6no realizandocualquierajusteo reparaciones . 1 . Niveldel aceitede motor CadaUsoy 5 horas 1 . Cornprobar 2 . Hardwaresueltooausente 2 . Aprieteo sustituir 3 . Unidadymotor 3 . Lirnpio los 5 1 . Elaceitedemotor 1 . Carnbio Anualrnente o 25 horas 1 . Bujfa 1 . Cornprobar 2 . Encadenarnientodse control 2 . Lubricaci6nconpetr61eoligero y pivotes 3 . Ruedas 3 . Lubricaci6nconautornotores rnultiusos 4 . Ejede engranajey ejede la 4 . Lubricaci6nconpetr61eoligero barrena Anualrnenteo50 horas 1 . Elaceitede motor 1 . Carnbio Anualrnenteo100horas 1 . Bujia 1 . Carnbio AntesdeAlrnacenaje 1 . Sisternade combustible 1 . Elmotordirigidohastaqueestose parea faltadelcombustible f MANTENIMIENTO DE MOTOR de realizartareasde desengranetodoslos controlesy detengael motor . Espereaque se Antes lubricaci6n , reparaci6no inspecci6n , detengantodaslas piezasrn6viles . Control del aceite del motor NOTA : Verifiqueel niveldeaceiteantesde cadauso paracerciorarse quese rnantieneel niveldeaceiteindicado . Cuandoleagregueaceiteal motor , consultela siguientetabla de viscosidad . Lacapacidaddeaceitedel motores 600rnl ( aprox . 20 onzas ) . NoIleneexcesivarnenteU . seunaceiteparamotordecuatro tiernpos , o unaceitedetergentede calidadPremiumcon certificado quecubraoexcedalas exigenciasde los fabricantesdeautorn6viles arnericanosrespectodela clasificaci6nde servicioSGy SE Los aceitesparamotorcon laclasificaci6nSG , SF tienenest , . designaci6n J enel envase . Figura11 1 . Retireeltap6nde Ilenadodeaceitey lirnpiela varillade rnedici6n 3 . Retireel tap6nde Ilenadodeaceite . Siel nivelest , . bajo , agregue deaceite . aceitelentarnentehastaregistrosde niveldelaceiteentre alto ( H ) 2 . Insertela varilladernedici6nenel cuellodeIlenadode aceite , y bajo ( L ) . Veala Figura11 . perono Ioatornille . 4 . Ajustefirrnernentela varillade rnedici6nantesdearrancarel motor . 53
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Cambio de aceite del motor NOTA : Carnbieel aceitedespu _ sdelas 5 prirnerashorasde operaci6ny despu _ sde cada50 horasdeoperaci6no unavezpor ternporada . 1 . Vacfeel combustibledeltanquehaciendofuncionarel motor hastaqueel tanquedecombustibleest _ vacfo . Cerci6resede quela tapadelcombustibleest , . asegurada . 2 . Coloqueun recipienteadecuadopara recolectarel aceitebajoel tap6ndedrenajedeaceite . 3 . Retireel tap6ndedrenajedeaceite . Veala Figura12 . 4 . Inclineel motorparadrenarelaceiteenel recipiente . Elaceite Tap6n de Drenaje usadose debedescartaren uncentrode recolecci6nadecuado . de Aceite Elaceite usado es unresiduopeligroso . Elimineel aceiteusado adecuadamente . No Io arrojejunto con los residuosdomicilMos . Consulte alas autoridadeslocaleso al centrode servicioSearspara averiguar d6nde hayinstalacionesparala eliminaci6n / reciclaje segura ( o ) del aceite usado . Figura12 . Vuelvaacolocarel tap6ndedrenajedeaceitey ajOstelobien . 6 . Relleneel motorcon el petr61eorecornendadoV . erlacartade UsodelAceiteRecornendadaL . acapacidaddel aceitedel motor es 20onzas . ia de encendido j . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . t ° F ) - 40 o - 20 o 0o 200 400 ( oc ) - 30o - 20o - 10o 0o NOutiliceaceitessindetergenteo paramotordedos tiernpos . Podrfa acortarlavida Otildel motor . 7 . Vuelvaa colocary ajustarel tap6nde Ilenado / lavarilladenivel deaceite . Fundade la bujia Figura13 L _ . vesebienlas rnanosconaguay jab6ninrnediatarnentedespu _ s de tocaraceiteusado . Control de la bujia NOTA : Controlelabujb anualrnenteo cada 25horasdeoperaci6n . Carnbiela bujb anualrnenteo cada 100horas . Paraasegurarsede queel motorfuncionebien . la bujfadebetenet NOpruebela chispasi noest , . la bujfade encendido . NO d _ unaseparaci6ncorrectay notenetsedirnentos . arranqueal motorsi no est , . labujfade encendido . 1 . Retirelafundade la bujb y utiliceunaIlaveparabujbs para extraerla . Veala Figura13 . 2 . Inspeccionevisualrnentela bujfa . Descartela bujb si presenta Siel motorhaestadofuncionando , elsilenciadorestar _ , rnuy rnuchodesgaste , o siel aisianteest , . agrietadooastillado . Lirnpie caliente . Tengacuidadode notocarel silenciador . labujb con uncepillodeabrnbre si lava a volvera utilizar . 54
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f 3 . Midala separaci6ndebujiacon uncalibrador . Corrijade ser necesariotorciendoel electrodolateral . Veala Figura14 . La separaci6ndebeestablecerseentre0 , 02y 0,03 pulgadas Electrodo ( 0,60 - 0,80ram ) . 4 . Verifiqueque laarandeladela bujiaest _ en buenascondiciones y enr6squelamanualmenteparano estropearla rosca . 5 . Unavezquela bujfaest _ colocada , apri _ telacon unaIlavepara comprimirlaarandela . NOTA : Cuandoinstaieunabujianueva , unavezcolocadala bujia apriete1 / 2vueltaparacomprimirlaarandela.Cuandovuelvaa co [ ocar 0,02 = 0,03 pulgadas unabujfausada , unavezcolocadalabujiaapriete1 / 8 - 1 / 4devuelta ( 0,60 = 0,80 ram ) paracomprimirla arandela . Figura14 da _ arel motor . LUBRICACION Eje de engranaje Eleje deengranaje ( hexagonal ) se debelubricaral menosunavezpor temporadaotras cada25horasde operaci6n . 1 . Paraprevenirel derramamientoe , liminetodo elcombustibledel tanquehaciendofuncionarel motorhastaquese detenga . 2 . Gireconcuidadolam _ . quinaquitanievehaciaarribay hacia delantede maneraquequedeapoyadasobrela cajade la barrena . 3 . Retirela cubiertadelmarcoinferiorquitandolos cuatrotornillos quelaaseguran . 4 . Apliquealeje hexagonalunacapaligeradeunagrasa multiusos aptaparacondicionesclim _ . ticasm _ ltiples . Vealafigura 15 . NOTA : Evitelos derramesdeaceitesobrela ruedadefricci6nde cauchoy sobrela placadetransmisi6ndealuminio . Haciendotan dificultar _ e , l sistemade paseodel lanzadordenieve . Borrecualquier excesoo petr61eoderramado . Figura15 Ruedas Retireambasruedasal menosunavezcada temporada . Limpiey recubralos ejescon unagrasaparaautomotoresmultiusosantesde volvera instalarlas ruedas . Control direccional del canal Lubriqueel manguitodel pernodeojo y la espiralcon aceite3 - en - 1 unavezportemporada . Eje de la barrena AI menosunavezportemporada , quitelos pasadoresde cuchilladel ejede labarrena . Rode lubricanteal interiordel eje , alrededorde los separadoresA . simismo , lubriquelos cojinetesbridadosquese encuentranen ambosextremosdel eje . Vealafigura 16 . Figura16 55
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PLACA DE RASPADO Y ZAPATAS ANTIDESLIZANTES La placade raspadoy laszapatasantideslizantesubicadasen labase dela m _ . quinaquitanieveest _ . nsujetasadesgaste . Peri6dicamente deberiacontrolarlospernosy reemplazarloscuandosea necesario . Pararetirarlas zapatasantideslizantes : 1 . Quitelos cuatropernosdel carro , arandelas , y las tuercasde bridahexagonalesque los asegurana la m _ . quinaquitanieve . 2 . Montelas nuevaszapatasantideslizantescon cuatrospernos decarro ( dosencada lado ) , arandelas , y las tuercasde brida hexagonalesC . onsultela figura17 . Pararetirarla placade raspado : / ' 1 . Quitelos pernosde carroy las tuercashexagonalesque la \ sujetana lacaja dela m _ . quinaquitanieve . , \ 2 . Montela placade raspadonueva , asegur _ . ndosede quelas NOTA : Las barreoas no se muestraa para mayor ¢ laridad , cabezasde lospernosdecarro seencuentrendel ladointeriorde la caja . Ajustebien . Figura17 AJUSTES Cable de cambios Si nose puedeIogrartodala gamade velocidades ( avancey retro - ceso ) , consultela figuradela izquierday ajusteel cablede cambios dela siguienteforma : 1 . Coloquela palancadecambiosenla terceraposici6nm _ . sr _ . pida deavance . 2 . Aflojelatuercahexagonaldel soportede posicionamientodel cabledecambios . Vealafigura 18 . i / 3 . Gireel soportehaciaabajoparareducirel juegodel cable . i 4 . Vuelvaa apretarla tuercahexagonal . Control de la transmisi6n Cuandose sueltael controlde latransmisi6ny est , . en posici6n desenganchadaarriba , el cabledebetenet muypocojuego . NOdebe , J estartenso . Tambi _ n , si hay excesivoflojoen elcable depaseoo si Figura18 la unidadexperimentael paseointermitenteusando , elcable puede tenetqueser ajustado f Compruebeel ajustedel controldela transmisi6nde la siguiente forma : 1 . Cuandosuelteel controlde latransmisi6n , ernpujesuavemente la m _ . quinaquitanievehaciadelante . Launidaddeberiaavanzar libremente . 2 . Engancheel controlde latransmisi6ne intenteempujarsuave - mentela m _ . quinaquitanievehaciadelante . Las ruedasno deben girar . Launidadnodebeavanzarlibremente . 3 . Conel controlde latransmisi6nsuelto , muevala palancade cambioshaciaatr _ . sy haciadelanteentre laposici6nR2 y la posici6nF6variasveces . Nodeberiahaberresistenciaen la palancade cambios . 4 . Sifalla cualquierade las pruebasanteriores , es necesarioajustar el cabledela transmisi6n . Procedadela siguientemanera : 5 . Aflojelatuercahexagonalinferiordel soportedelcablede la transmisi6n . Veala figura 19 . Figura19 56
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f 6 . Ubiquelarn _ nsulahaciaarribaparabrindarrn _ . sjuego ( ohacia abajoparaaurnentarla tensi6ndelcable ) . 7 . Vuelvaa apretarla tuercahexagonalsuperior . Soporte del canal Si laespiralsituadaenla parteinferiordelcontroldireccionaldelcanal no seenganchacompletarnenteconel rnontajedelcanal , es posible ajustarel soportedelcanal . Parahacerlo : 1 . Aflojelas dostuercasquesujetanelsoportedel canaly carnbie su posici6nligerarnenteV . ealafigura20 . 2 . Vuelvaa ajustarlas tuercas . Control de la barrena Consultela seciondernontajeparaajustardichocontrol . Zapatas antideslizantes Consultela seciondernontajeparaajustarLaszapatasantidesli - J zantes . Figure20 f REENIPLAZO DE LA CORREA La Correa de la barrena Pararetirary reernplazarla correade la barrenade su rn _ quina / / quitanieve , procedacornose indicaacontinuaci6n : 1 . Paraprevenirel derrarnarnientoe , lirninetodo elcombustibledel tanquehaciendofuncionarel motorhastaquese detenga . 2 . Saquela cubiertapl _ . sticade lacorreaubicadaen el frentedel motor . Paraello saquelos dos tornillosautorroscantesV . eala figura21 . 3 . Saquela correade la barrenade la poleadel motor . Vealafigura 22 . 4 . Gireconcuidadolarn _ quinaquitanievehaciaarribay hacia delantede rnaneraquequedeapoyadasobrela cajade la barrena . 5 . Saquela cubiertadelmarcodesdedebajode la rn _ . quina \ quitanieveretirandoloscuatrotornillosautorroscantesquela Figure21 aseguran . Veala figura23 . f Figura23 Figure22 57
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6 . a . Aflojey retireel tornillocon rebordequeactOacomoguarda dela correa . Vealafigura24 . b . Desengancheel resortede la m _ nsuladesoportedel marco . 7 . Retirelacorreadealrededorde la poleade la barrenay deslice la mismaentre lam _ nsuladesoportey lapoleadela barrena . Vealafigura25 . 8 . Pararealizarel reensambladode lacorreade labarrenasiga las instruccionesenordeninverso . 9 . Realicela pruebadeControldeTaladroperfiladaen lasecci6n deAsambleadeestemanual . / " } NOTA : NOolvidevolvera instalarel tornillocon rebordey volvera conectarel resorteal marcotrasinstalarunacorreade la barrenade repuesto . La correa de la transmisi6n Figure24 Pararetirary reemplazarla correadela barrenade su m & quina quitanieve , procedacomose indicaacontinuaci6n : f 1 . Paraprevenirel derramamientoe , liminetodoel combustibledel tanquehaciendofuncionarel motorhastaque sedetenga . 2 . Saquela cubiertapl _ . sticade lacorreaubicadaen el frentedel motor . Paraello saquelosdos tornillosautorroscantes . Veala figura21 . 3 . a . Saquela correade la barrenade la poleadelmotor . b . TomelapoleaIocay girelahacialaderecha . Vealafigura 26 . c . Levantela correade la barrenaparasacarlade lapoleadel motor . t j Figure25 f 9 Figure26 58
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4 . Gireconcuidadlaorn _ . quqinuaitaniehvaeciaarribyahacia delandteernaneqrauequedaepoyadsaobrleacajadela barrena . 5 . Saquleacubiertdaeml arcdoesddeebajdoelarn _ . quqinuaita nievreetirandlooscuatrtoorniNaoustorroscanqtueelsa aseguraVne . alafigur2a3 . 6 . Detr _ la . sparadsaeescappaaraaurnenltaaarutorizacei6nntreel i ° i discdoerueddaefricci6ynrueddaefricci6Vn . ealafigur2a7 . 7 . uDeslicleacorredaelatransrnisfiu6enradelapoleyadeentrelara rueddaefricci6yneldiscdoelarueddaefricci6Vn . ealafig 27 . 8 . Retiryereernplalacceorreeanelordeinnverso . Parada NOTAE : ngrananedlcoontrodlelatransrnissi6efnaciNetalrnontaje delacorrea . escapa EXTRACCI6N DE LA RUEDA DE FRICCI6N Figure27 Si larn & quinaquitanievenose accionacuandoel controlde la trans - rnisi6nest , . engranado , y sial realizarel ajustedel cabledecontrolde latransrnisi6nqueapareceel problernanose corrige , tal vezse deba / ii reernplazarla ruedadefricci6n . Sigalas instruccionesqueaparecen acontinuaci6n . Examinela ruedade fricci6nenbuscade signosde desgasteogrietasy reernplacesi es necesario . 1 . Paraprevenirel derrarnarnientoe , lirninetodo elcombustibledel tanquehaciendofuncionarel motorhastaquese detenga . 2 . Coloquelapalancadecarnbiosenlaterceraposici6ndeavance ( F3 ) . 3 . Gireconcuidadolarn _ . quinaquitanievehaciaarribay hacia delantede rnaneraquequedeapoyadasobrela cajade la barrena . 4 . Saquelacubiertadelmarcodesdedebajodelarnaquinaquitanieve retirandoloscuatrotornillosautorroscanteqsuelaaseguran . 5 . Retirela ruedaderechaquitandoel tornilloy la arandelade J carnpanaquela aseguranal eje . Veala figura28 . Figure28 6 . Retirecon cuidadola tuercahexagonaly laarandelaquesujetan eleje hexagonalal marcode larn _ . quinaquitanieve , y golpee f suavernenteelextrernodel ejeparadesplazarel cojinetede bolasdel ladoderechodel marco . Vealafigura29 . J Figure29 59
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NOTA : Tengacuidadode nodaSarlas roscasdeleje . f 7 . Con cuidado , ubiqueel ejehexagonalhaciaabajoy haciala izquierdaantesdedeslizarcon precauci6nel rnontajede la rueda defricci6nfueradel eje . Vealafigura30 . NOTA : Cuandosedesea reernplazarel conjuntode la ruedade fricci6ncornpleto , descartela piezadesgastaday deslicela nueva piezaenel ejehexagonal . Parareensarnblarloscornponentessigalos pasosanterioresenorden inverso . Siest , . desrnontandola ruedadefricci6nparareernplazar Onicarnenteelanillode gorna , procedacornose indicaa continuaci6n : 1 . Saquelos cuatrotornillosdernantienenunidaslas placas lateralesde la ruedadefricci6n . Veala figura31 . 2 . Retireel anillode gornadeentrelas placas . 3 . Reensarnblelas placaslateralescon unnuevoanillode gorna . J Figure30 NOTA : AI reensarnblaer l conjuntodela ruedade fricci6n , asegOrese dequeel anillode gornaestacorrectarnentecentradoy asentado entrelas placaslaterales . AprietecadatornilloQnicarnenteungiro antesde girarla ruedaenel sentidode lasagujasdel relojy proceder conel siguientetornillo . Repitaeste procesovariasvecespara asegurarsede quelas placasse aprietancon la rnisrnafuerza ( entre6 y 9 pies - libras ) . 4 . Vuelvaa deslizarelconjuntodela ruedade fricci6nsobreeleje hexagonaly sigalos pasosanterioresen ordeninversopara reensarnblarloscornponentes . 5 . Realicela Pruebade Controlde Paseoperfiladaantesen la secci6ndeServicioy Mantenirniento . BARRENAS Las barrenasest _ . najustadasalejeespiralcon cuatropasadores decuchillay pasadoresde chaveta . Sila barrenagolpeaunobjeto extraSoo unabarrade hielo , larn _ . quinaquitanieveest , . diseSadade rnaneraquelos pasadoresse puedencortar . Si las barrenasnogiran , verifiquesi los pasadoresse cortaron . Vealafigura32 . Figure31 f NUNCAcarnbielos pasadoresdecuchillade las barrenaspor otracosaque lospasadoresdecuchillade repuestodel fabricante delequipooriginal , SearsSKU # 88389 / NOde pieza738 - 04124A . CualquierdaSoquesufraelengranajedela barrenao cualquierotro cornponentepordejardehacerloIoanterior , NOestarAcubiertopor la garantiade su rn _ . quinaquitanieve . Siernpredebeapagarel motorde la rn _ . quinaquitanievey retirarla Ilaveantesde carnbiarlos pasadoresdecuchilla . J Figure32 60
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0751-10722 Cylinder head assembly (see note 3 on pg. 4)
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36C634-04147A-0911 Tire
36D634-04148A-0911 Tire
36E734-04012-0901 Tire only, 15x5x6
37731-04873 Spacer
38738-04168 Axle:.75 x 2
39729-04035 Amp sealed connector
4684-04156A Shift assembly, rod
40710-0809 Hex bolt
41710-0191 Screw
42710-0672 Screw-hex 5
43710-0654A Hex screw
44710-1245B Hex cap screw
45710-0896 Screw
46726-04012 Nut-push-on
47731-04792A Belt cover
48732-04308A Spring
49736-0247 Washer
5710-0627 Screw cap
50736-0119 Lock washer
51736-0505 Washer
52748-04053A Pulley adapter
53748-04112B Spacer, shldr., .3175 id x .500 x .094
54750-04303 Spacer
55750-04477 Spacer, .340 x .750 x .360
56754-04050 Belt
57754-0367 V-belt
58756-04109 Pulley
59756-04113 Half pulley
6710-0788 Tap screw
60756-04252 Half pulley
61790-00208C Drive clutch idler bracket
62684-04169 Pulley
63750-04571 Spacer
64735-04099 Plug
65735-04100 Plug, 1/2 id
66712-04064 Nut
67710-0751 Hex bolt
68732-04311 Torsion spring, .750id x .968 lg.
69712-04063 Nut
7710-1652 Screw hex.wa
70736-3015 Flat washer, .469 x .875 x .105
71780-00217A-0637 Pivot bracket, speed selector
72790-00218A-0637 Shift bracket, speed selector
8712-04065 Flange nut
9712-0417A Hex nut flan
0731-05696 Recoil starter handle
0952Z365-SUA Engine complete, n/a
0751-10723A Gasket kit complete (see note 1 on pg. 4)
1710-04932 Bolt
103751-10647 Valve
105751-11108 Govenor shield
106710-04941 Bolt, m6 x 12
107751-10655 Dipstick
108751-10656 Dipstick tube
109710-04905 Bolt
110751-10662 Cover-engine
111751-10649 Fuel cap assembly
112751-10663A Fan cover complete
113751-10652 Fuel filter
114710-04928 Bolt, flange, m6 x 12
115751-10653A Fuel tank
116751-10651 Fuel tank nipple
117751-10650 Fuel line (incl. 117)
118751-10650 Fuel line (incl. 117)
119751-10769 Exhaust tube
120751-10768 Exhaust deflector shield
121751-10658 Recoil starter assembly
122710-04903 Fuel drain plug
124710-04938 Fuel drain plug
14714-04074 Governor shaft clip
148712-04213 Nut
149751-10307 Key
151710-04939 Stud, m6 x 118
152710-04914 Bolt, flange, m6 x 10
153710-04942 Bolt, m6 x 16, fill tube
154712-04212 Nut
18751-10641 Drain bolt (incl. 18)
19736-04440 Oil drain plug washer
2751-10641 Drain bolt (incl. 18)
2751-10669 O-ring (incl. 2)
20710-04907 Drain bolt (incl. key 18)
22751-10646 Ignition coil
23710-04919 Bolt, flange, m6 x 25
24751-11110 Air flow shield
25710-04940 Bolt, m6 x 10
26751-11113 Air shield
28751-10719 Snow stator
29710-04920 Bolt, m6 x 28
3751-10669 O-ring (incl. 2)
30751-10805 Flywheel
31751-10909 Cooling fan
32751-10911 Starter cup
33712-04209 Nut, m14
35751-11012 Recoil mounting bolts
36710-04928 Bolt, flange, m6 x 12
37751-10642A Muffler shroud
38751-11111 Exhaust pipe shield
39710-04927 Bolt, flange, m5 x 8
40751-10643 Muffler shield
41751-10644 Muffler
43751-10644 Muffler
44712-04210 Nut
45710-04928 Bolt, flange, m6 x 12
46751-11063 Valve cvr
46751-11054 Valve cover
47751-11063 Valve cvr
48710-04933 Bolt, m8 x 55
50710-04902 Pivot bolt
52751-11123 Pivot adjusting nut
53751-11124 Rocker arm lock nut
56715-04090 Dowel pin
57751-10657 Muffler stud
58751-10292 Spark plug
59751-10666 Muffler gasket
60710-04910 Stud, m6 x 105
64751-10639 Primer
65751-10974 Carburetor assembly
65A751-11020 Carburetor
66751-10640 Choke push rod
67751-11112 Bracket
69751-10635 Air filter heating pipe cover
70751-10637 Ignition switch
71751-10630 Key
72751-10634 Engine shroud
73751-10636 Choke knob
74712-04216 Nut, m6
75751-11138 Bracket-go
76710-04929 Bolt, flange, m6 x 20
77751-10654 Governor spring
78751-10664 Throttle return spring
79751-10665 Governor rod
8715-04089 Dowel pin
81751-10758 Throttle control assembly
82751-10757 Throttle knob
83751-11114 Bracket
84751-10645A Electric starter
85710-04934 Screw, m4 x 55
86710-04935 Screw, m4 x 60
87715-04088 Dowel pin
88710-04943 Bolt, m6 1 x 28
89751-11109 Blower housing shield
9715-04092 Dowel pin, 7 x 14
90710-04918 Bolt, flange, m6 x 20
97751-10648 Push rod
98751-10647 Valve