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Operator's Manual CRRFTSMRN 2.2 cu . in . / 36cc 2 - Cycle GASOLINE CHAIN SAW Model No . 358.350060 - 16 in . Bar Read and follow all Safety Rules and Operating WARNING : Instructions before first use of this product . 61 _ For answers to your questions about this product : Call 7 am - 7 pm , Mon . - - Sat . , or 10 am - 7 pm , Sun . • 1 - 800 - 235 - 5878 ( . ou _ = = = . c . . = _ m . ) | _ ars , Roebuckand Co . , HoffmanEstates , IL 60179 USA 530087821 07 / 17 / 98
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16 Warranty 2 Storage ' Safety Rules 2 Trouble Shooting Chart 17 Assembly 5 Parts List 20 Operation . . . . . 6 Spanish 24ck Maintenance 11 Parts & Ordering Ba Service and Ad _ stmbt _ s _ . : 14 FULL ONEYEARWARRANTY ON CRAFTSMAN ® GAS CHAIN SAW For one year from the date of purchase , when this Craftsman Gas Chain Saw is maintained , lubricated and tuned up accordingto the owner's manual , Sears will repair , free of charge , any defect in matodai or workmanship . This warranty excludes the bar , chain , sparkplug and air filter , which are expendable parts , and become wom dudng normal use . If this Gas Chain Saw is used for commercial or rental purposes , thiswarranty applies for 30 days from the date of purchase , WARRANTY SERVICE IS AVAILABLE BY RETURNING THIS CHAIN SAW TO THE NEAREST SEARS SERVICE CENTER IN THE UNITED STATES . This warranty gives you specific legal dghts , and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state . Soars , Roebuck and Co . , D / 817 WA , Hoffmen Eetatda , . IL 60179 duty , non - slipgloves ; eye protection WARNING : Always disconnectspark such as non , - tfogglngv , ented goggles plugwire when making repairs except or face screen ; an approved safety for carburetor adjustmi _ nts . Because a hard hat ; and sound barriers ( ear chain saw is a high - speed woodcutting _ lugs or mufflers ) to protectyour tool , careless or improper use of this esdng . Regular usersshould have tool can cause serious injury . hsadng checked regularlyas chain PLAN AHEAD saw noise can damage headng . Se - • Restrictthe use of your saw to adultow cure hair above shoulder length . users who understand and can foll • Keep all parts of your body away fromng . the safety rules , precautions , and op - the dlain when the engine is runnt erating Instructionsfound in this • Keep children , bystanders , and ani - - _ - . _ nanuai . mals at least30 feet ( 10 meters ) Headng _ SafetyHat away from the work area when start - PrctecUon - , _ _ _ Eye ing and usingthe saw . ilOOr , - - - - Protection • Do not handle or operate a chain saw HeavyDuty when you are fatigued , Ill , or upset , or Gloves if you have taken alcohol , drugs , or medication . You mustbe In good _ fhysical conditionand mentally alert . S - , tety SafetyChaps you have any condition that might Shoes be aggravated by strenuous work , \ check with doctorbefore operating . _ IIII • Do not startcutting untilyou have a clear work area , secure footing , and • Wear protective gear . Always use especially ifyou are felling a tree , a . . _ _ . eel - toed safety footwear with non - slip soles ; snug - fittingclothing ; heavy - retreat path . 2
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OPERATEYOUR SAW SAFELY • Store the unit and fuel in e cool , dry well ventilatedspace where fuel va - • Do not operate with one hand . Sed - pors cannot reach sparks or open ous injury to the operator , helpers , or flames from water heaters , electdc bystanders may resultfrom one - motorsor switches , fumaces , etc . handed operation . A chain saw is In - tended for two - hand _ lduse . . . . . GUARD AGAINST KICKBACK • Operate the chain saw only in a well - Followeli safety rulesto help avoid ventilated outdoorarea . kickback and other forces which can • Do not operate saw from a ladder or resultin serious injury . in a tree , unless you are specifically trained to do so . • Make sure the chain will not make contact with any object while starting the engine . Never tryto startthe saw when the guide bar is in a cut . AvoiOdbstructions • Do not put pressure on the saw , ss - pecially at the end of the cut . Doing so can cause you to lose control when the cut is completed . • Stop engine before setting saw down . • Hand carry saw only when engine is stopped . Carry with muffleraway from ClearTheWorkingArea body . guide bar & chain projectingbe - WARNING : Rotational Kickback can hind you ; guide bar preferably cov - ered with a scabbard . occur when the moving chain contacts an object at the upper portion of the tip MAINTAIN YOUR SAW IN GOOD of theguidebar . Contaotatthe upper WORKING ORDER portion of the ; tip of the guide bar can • Have all chain saw sewice performed cause the cHainto dig into the object , which stopsthe chain for an instant . The by a qualified service dealer eexcept the items listed in the maintenanc resultis a lightningfast , reverse reaction section of this manual . which kicksthe guide bar up and back • Make certain the saw chain stops toward the operator . Pinch - Kickbackand Pull - In occur when moving when the throttle trigger is re - leased . For correction , refer to Car - the chain is suddenly stopped by being buretorAdjustments . " pinched , caught , or by contacting a for - • Keep the handles dry , clean , and free eign object inthe wood . This sudden from oilor fuel mixture . stopping of the chain resultsin a rever - sal of the chain force used to cut wood • Keep cape and fasteners securely tightened . and causes the saw to move in the op - • Use only Craftsman accassodss and posite direction of the chain rotation . replacement parts as recommended . Pinch - Kickback drivesthe saw straight Never modify your saw . back toward the operator . Pull - in pulls the saw away from the operator . HANDLE FUEL WITH CAUTION REDUCE THE CHANCE OF • Do not smoke while handlingfuel or KICKBACK while operating the saw . • Recognizethat Idckbaskcan happen . • Bi _ all sourcssof sparks orflame Witha basic undemtsn _ ng of kickback , In amss wherefuel Is rnixedor poured . youcan reducethe elementof sufprisa • Mix and pour fuel in an outdoorarea whichccntributes to accidents . and use an approved , marked con - Never letthe moving chain contact tainer for all fuel purposes . Wipe up object tip Dgu _ de i any at the of the bar . all fuel spills before startingsaw . Keep warldngarea free from obstruc - • Move at least 10 feet ( 3 meters ) from tionssuch as other trees , branches , rocks , fences , stumps , etc . Eliminate • fueling site before starting . . , Tu _ the engine off and let saw cool in or avoid any obstructionthat your saw a non - oombusltblearea , not on dry chain could hitwhile cumng . leaves , straw , paper , etc . Slowly re - • Keep saw chain sharp andpropedy tensioned . A loose or dull chain can move fupl cap and refuel unit .
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increase the chance of kickback . Fol - keep your body from being in a direct low manufacturer's chain sharpening line with the cutting chain . end maintenance Instructlons . Check • Stand with your weight evenly bal - armed on'both feet . tension st regular Intervals , but never • Do not overreach . You couldbe drawn with engine running . Make . surebar . orthrown offbalance and losecontrol damp nuts are securely lttgmaneol • Begin and continue cuttingat fu • Do not cut above shoulder height . It is difficultto maintain control of saw speed . If the cbaln is + movingat a slowerspeed , " thereis greater chance above shoulder height . of kickback occurring , KICKBACK SAFETY FEATURES • Use extreme caution when reentanng WARNING : The followingfeatures are a cut . Includedon yoursaw to help reducefea - • Do not attempt cuts starling withthe hazard of kickback ; however , such tip of the bar ( plunge cuts ) . tures will not totally eliminate this dan - • Watch for shifting logs or other forcesall ger . Do not rely only on safety devices . that couldclose a cut and pinchor f into chain . • Handguard : designed to reduce the • Use the specified Reduced - Kickba . ek chance of your left hand contacting Guide Bar and Low - KickbankChain . the chain if your hand slips offthe front handlebar . Avoid Pinch - Kickback : • Position of front and rear handlebars : • Be extremely aware of situations or designed with distance between han - obstructions that can cause matedal dles and " in - line " with each other . The . to pinch the top of or otherwise stop spread and " in - line " position of the thechain . hands provided by this design work - • Do not cut more than one log at a together to give balance ano resis time . tance in controlllngthe pivotof thekick - • Do not twist saw as bar is withdrawn saw back toward the operator if from an undercut when bucking . back occurs . Avoid Pull - In : • Reduosd - IOckback Guide Bar : de - • Always begin cutting with the engine signed with a small radius tip which at full speed and the saw housing reduces the size of the kickback dan - against wood . gdarzone . This type bar has been • Use wedges made of plastic or wood . emonstrated to significantlyreduce Never use metal to hold the cut open . the number and seriousness of kmck - MAINTAIN CONTROL backs when tested inaccordance with ANSI B175 . 1 . Stand to the left of the saw _ ' _ . SmellRadius " _ L % _ ' f _ kTipGuideBar Thumbon \ l _ Lerg . Radius I TipGulde Bar I J • Low - Kidd _ k Chain : has met kickback " " - locked performancerequirementsw , hen tested on a represe _ sampJeof chain NeverreversehandposilJon . s saws below 3.8 cubicinch • A good , firm grip on the saw with both displacementsLy : iliad in ANSI B175 . 1 . hands will help , you maintain control . Low : KickbacCkhain Don't tet go Grip the rear handle with Contoured Depth Gauge your right hand whether you are dght or left handed . Wrap the fingers ofe DeflectsKickback your left hand over and around th ForceAndAllows front handlebar , and your leftthumb _ , _ . , . _ WloonogdaTto _ : GlGraudarudaUllnyk under the front handlebar . Keep your Ride Into Cutter leftarm straightwith the elbow locked . SAFETY NOTICE ; Exposure to • Position your left hand on the frontwith vibrations through prolonged use of handlebar so it Is in a straightline - your right hand on the rear handle gasoline powered hand toolscouldage cause blond vessel or nerve dam in - - _ - _ whanmaking bucking cuts . Stand the fingers , hands , and joints of people slightlyto the leftside of the saw to 4
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mufflerand spark arresting screen prone to clmuledlon dbgrdem or . abnormal swalling . Prolonged use mlood whl . . chmasts the requirements of cold weather has been linkedto b Cal , fom , a Codes 4442 and 4443 . All vessel i _ arnagein otherwise healthy U . S . forest land and the states of people . If symptoms occur such as California , Idaho , Maine , Minnesota , numbness , pain , loss of strength , New Jersey , Oregon , and Washington change in aldn color or texture , or loss require by'law tl ] at many Internal of fee - lingin the fingem , honds , or joints , combustioneng , nas be equipped witha discontinuethe use or _ his to01and spa _ karrestor screen . If you operate a seek medical attention . An chain saw in • state or locale where anti - vibrationsystem does not such regulationsexist , you are . legally guarantee the avoidance of these responsiblefor maintaining the problems . Users who operate power operating condition of these parts . toolson a continual and regular basis Failure to do so is a violationof the law . mustclosely monitor their physical . Refer to Customer Responsibilities . condition and the condition of thistool . chart in the MAINTENANCEsection CHAIN BRAKE If this saw is to be used STANDARDS : This chain saw is listed for commercial logging , you must order and installa chain brake to complywith by Underwdtam Laboratories , Inc . in accordance with American National Federal OSHA Regulations for Com - Standards for Gesoline - Powemd Chain memial Logging . Conteot your - Sears Service Center or call 1 - P - nn - ' . 800 235 - a5878 . ws S Safety Requirements ( ANSi SPARK ARRESTOR : Your saw is B175 . 1 - 1991 ) . equipped with a temperature limiting CARTON CONTENTS • If you nsed _ essistanceor find lthatease parts are missingor damaged , p Check carton contents against the fol - call 1 - 800 - 235 - 5878 . lowinglist . Model 358.350060 NOTE : It is normal to hear the fuel filter • Chain Saw ( fully assembled ) rattle in an empty fuel tank . • Bar tool Yourunit has been factorytested and • Gloves the carburetorprecisely adjusted . As e • Gas Can resultyou may smell gasoline or find a • Bar & Chain Lube drop of oil / fuel residue on the muffler • 2 - cycle engine oil when you unpack the unit . • Chain ASSEMBLY : Carrying Case Your saw is fully assembled ; no Examine parts for damage . Do not usedamagedparts . assembly is necessary . R
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KNOW YOUR SAW READ THIS OPERATOR'S MANUAL AND SAFETY RULE8 BEFORE OPERAT - ING YOUR CHAIN SAW . Compare the Illustrationswith yourunit to famllladze yourselfwith the location of the vadous controlsand adjustments . Save thls manual for future reference . Bar Tool FrontHandle Starter Rope ON / STOP Pdmer Bulb [ RRFTSMRN " Bar OII RII Cap Housing Fuel Mix FillCap CylinderCover Fast Idle I Chain Adjusting Direction Screw of Travel Throtlfe Choke Bar Clamp Nuts Gu ) ds Bar Tdgger Knob Barclamp Chainher Catc = l i . , , ON / STOP SWITCH throttlelockoutand triggerwhile holding the fast idle lock button . The ON / STOP Switch Is used to stop the engine . CHOKE KNOB THROTTLE TRIGGER The Choke Knob activates the choke to - Jhe throttle triggercontrols engine provide additionalfuel to the engine speed . dudng cold starting . THROTTLE LOCKOUT The throttle lockout must be pressed PRIMER BULB before you can squeeze the throttle tdg - The Primer Bulbcirculatesfuel to the ger . This feature prevents you from ac - carburetorto provide quicker starting . cidentallysqueezing the trigger . FAST IDLE LOCK CHAIN TENSION The fast Idle lock holds the thmttie rig - It Is normal for a new chain to stretch ger inthe starting position . Activatethe fast idle lock by pressing the throttle dudng first30 minutes of operation . You lockoutand squeezing the throttle trig - shouldcheck your chain tension fre - ger , With the throttle rigger squeezed , quentiy . See Chain Tension under the Service and Adjustments section . = press the fast idle lock . Release the 6
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BEFORE STARTING ENGINE linesand carburetorare empty . Use freshc - fuelnext season . See STORAGEinstru WARNING : Be sure to read the fuel tionsfor addltlonaJInlom ' _ dion . handlingInformaUon In the safety grulesin . Never use engine or carburetorcleaner section of this manual before you be productsin the fuel tank or permanent If you do not understand the fuel hen - damage may occur . dlinginformationdo not attempt to fuel See the STORAGEsectionfor additional your unit . Seek help fn2msomeone that information . does understand the in - formationor call STOPPING YOUR ENGINE the customer assistance help line at • MoveOn / Stopswitchto S'I'OR 1.800 - 235 - 5878 . • If engine does not stop , pullchoke GUIDE BAR AND CHAIN OIL knob out fully . The chain oiler prov ] dee continuouslu - STARTING YOUR ENGINE bricatlonto the chain and guide bar . Be COLD ENGINE OR WARM ENGINE sure to fillthe bar oil tank when youfill AFTER RUNNING OUT OF FUEL the fuel tank ( Capacity = 6.8 ft . oz . ) . • Fuel engine with 40 : 1 fuel mix . For maximum guide bar and chain life , • Fill bar oiltank with bar oil . . we recommend you use Craftsmanar • Prime engine by pressingpnmar bulb chain saw bar oil . If Craftsman b oil Is six times . not available , you may use a good • Move On / Stop switchto ON . grade SAE 30 oiluntll you are able to PdmerBulb obtainCraftsman brand . The oiloutput is automatically metered duringopera - tion . Yoursaw will use approximatelyf SNtdl one tank of bar odfor every tank o fuel On / Stop _ _ _ mix . Always fillthe bar oiltank when you fillthe fuel tank . _ ' _ b / " _ ' ! Choke Positions FUELING ENGINE This engine is certified to operate on unleaded gasoline . Before operation , gasoline must be mixed with a good I quality2 - cycle alr - coolnd engine oil . We • Actuate choke by pullingchoke knob recommend Craftsman brand oil . Mix fully out . gasoline and oil at a ratio of 40 : 1 ( A • Set saw on the ground . Grip front 40 : 1 ratio is obtained by mixing 3.2 handle with your left hand and place ounces of oli with I gallon of unleaded rightfoot throughrear handle . gasoline ) . DO NOTUSE automotive oil or boat oil . These oils will cause engine StarterRope Handle damage . When mixing fuel followthe instructionsprinted on the container . Once oll is added to the gasoline , Left Hand shake container momentarily to assure on Front that the - fuel is thoroughly mlxnd . Handle Always reed and followthe safety rules reletlngto fuel before rOelidg your unit . IMPORTANT Experienceindicatesthat alcohd blended FootThroughRearHandle fuels ( calledgasohool r uslngethanool r • Set fast idle by depressing the throttle methanolc ) anattractmoisturewhich leadstoseparatioanndfomw _ lockwith your right hand . Then , squeeze and holdthrottle trigger . With dour thumb , press the fast idle lock . , d . a . _ tba fuel _ of an engins own and hold . Next , release the while In storage . thmtUe trigger . To avoideeglne problems , tha fualsys - tem shouldbe emptiedbefore storagefor • DONOT squeeze throttle triggerdur - ingstarting ; otherwise , it willbe nec - 30da _ orlongerD . rain the gas tank , starttha engineand let it mn untgtha fuel essary to reset the fast Idle lock . 7
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OPERATING TIPS NOTE : Whenpullingthestarterrope , • Check chain tension before firstuse donotusethefullextentoftherope . Donotletstarter rope snap beck . Hold and after J minute of operation . See Chain Tension in the Maintenance handle . Let rope rewind slowly . section . • Pull starter rope handle firmlyand • Cut wood only . Do not cut metal , plas - quicklywith your dght hand untilthe tics , masonry , non - woodbuildingma - engine attempts to start , but no more tadals , etc . . than 5 pulis . Then , push in chokeume knobtothe Full Positiorr : Res • , Stop the saw if the chain strikes a for - algn object . Inspectthe saw and re - pullinghandle untilengine starts . pair parts as necessary . • Above 400F , allow engine to run for • Keep the chain out of dirtand send . approximately 5 seconds . P _ h the Even a small amount of dirt will quick - choke knob In to the OFFposition ; ly dulla chain and Increase the possi - then squeeze and release throttle trig - bilityof kickback . ger to allow engineto idle . • Practice cutting a few small logs using • Below 40 • F , allow engine to warm up for 30 seconds to I minute with choke the followingsteps . This will help you get the " feel " of usingyoursaw before ASt partialposition . P . ushchoke knob in you begin a major sewing operation . pproximatb _ 1 / 2 outthen squeeze and • Squeeze the throttle trigger and ak release throttle trlggerto allow engine to idle . lowthe engine to reach fullspeed before cuffing . • To stop engine , move On / Stop switch • Begincuttingwith the saw frame to the STOPposition . againstthe log . • Keep the engine at full speed the STARTING A WARM ENGINE DONOT use the choke to start a warm entire time you are cutting . • Allowthe chain to cut for you . Exert engine or flooding and hard starting only lightdownward pressure . may occur . • Release'the throttle rigger as soon • Move On / Stop switch to ON . • Set fast Idle lock . as the cut is completed , allowingthe engine to idle . If you run the saw at Be sure choke is in the OFF position . " With saw on ground , gnp front handle fullthrottlewithout a cutting load , with left hand and place your rightfoot unnecessarywear can occur . . • To avoid losingcontrolwhen cut is through rear handle . complete , do not put pressure on • Pull starter rope haqdle untilengine saw at end of cuL starts . • Stop enginebefore settingsaw down . • Squeeze and release throttletrigger to returnengine to idlespeed . TREE FELLING TECHNIQUES WARNING : Check for broken or dead DIFFICULT STARTING OR branches which can fall while cutting STARTING A FLOODED ENGINE causing sedous injury . Do not out near The engine may be flooded if it has not buildingsor electdcelwires if you do not started after 10 pulls . Rooded eengines know the directionof tree fall , nor cut at can be cleared of excess fuel withth nightsince you will not be able to see - - . Jollowing procedure : well , nor duringbad weather such as Engage the fast Idle lock . rain , snow , or strongwinds , etc . • Verifythat the On / Stop switch is in the ON position . • Carefullyplan your sawing operation In advance • Push choke knob to the OFF position . • Clear the work area You need a clear • With saw on ground , gap fronthandle area all around the tree so you can with left hand and place rightfoot have secure footing through rear handle . • Studythe natural condftlonsthat can • Pull starter rope handle until engine starts . cause the tree to fall in . a particular direction . These conditions include : • Startingcould require many puPsde - pending on how badly the unitis • The wind directionand speed . The lean of the tree . The loan of a flooded . If engine stillfails to start , re - tree might not be apparent due to _ fer to the TROUBLESHOOTINGchart or call 1 - 800 - 235 - 5878 . uneven or slopingterrain . Use a 8
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plumbor levelto determinethe di - nThishingewillhelppreventthetree . rectionof treelean . fromfallinginthewrongdirectio • Weightand branches on one side . ' _ . _ . _ Hingeholdstreeon • Surroundingtrees and obstacles . _ \ ' _ ' % stumpandhelps • Look for decay and rot . If the trunk is . aL ' _ _ ' _ ' _ control fall rotted , it can snap and fall toward the f _ . _ \ _ . _ , _ , Openingot operator . Bib _ , _ _ fellingcut • Make sure there is eneugh morn - for person or other objects . Engine noise can drown out a warning call . NOTE : Before fellingcut is complete , • Remove dirt , stones , loose bark , use weages to open me cut when nails , staples , and wire from the tree necessary to controlthe directionof fall . where cuts are to be made . To avoid kickbackand chain damage , _ > _ use wood or plestlowedges , but never Plane clearretreatpath steel or ironWedges . • Be alert to s , gnsthat the tree is ready - - - ( * ' _ . . , _ lk - Directionof Fall to fall : crackingsounds , widening of the felling cut , or movement in the up - . V per branches . _ • As tree starts to fall , stop sew , put itr down , and get away quickly on you planned retreat path . FELLING LARGE TREES • Be extremely cautious with partially ( 6 inches in diameter or larger ) fallen trees that may be poorly sup - ported . When a tree doesn't fall com - The notch method is used to fell hlargee pletely , set the saw aside and pull , trees . A notchis cut on the side of t down the tr _ e with a cable winch tree in the desired directionof fall . After block and tackle , or tractor . Do not a felling cut is made on the opposite use yoursaw to cut down a partially side of tree , the tree will tend to fall in fallen tree . the directionof the notch . cu'n'ING A FALLEN TREE NOTE : If tree has large buttress roots , remove them before making the notch . BBUCKING ) ucklng is the term used for cutting a NOTCH CUT AND FELLING TREE fallen tree to the desired log size . • Make notch cut by cuffing the top of the notch timt . Cut through 1 / 3 of the WARNING : Do not stand on the log diameter of the tree . Next complete beingcuL Any portioncan rollcausing the notch by cuffingthe bottom . See lossof footing and control . Do not stand illustration . Once the notch is cut , re - downhillof the log beingcut . move the wedge of wood from tree . IMPORTANT POINTS t Rnalcuthere • Cut only one log at a time . Use a sawhorse to cut small logs . Nctch . . . . , = _ . _ . _ . _ : . : I . . . " tow . operator . Never allow another person to yhold ; Firstc , ut | r { / : . Cut shattered wood very carefullhold _ I \ _ " the logwhile cutting and never Second _ J . _ . _ - , _ Hinge the logwith your leg or foot . Do not cut in an area where logs , limbs , and rootsare tangled . Drag logs intoa dear area before cuttingthem . • Alter removing the wood , make the BUCKING TECHNIQUES felling out on the opposite side of the notch . This is done by making a out WARNING : If saw becomes pinched about two inches higher than the cen - or hung in a log , don1tryto force it out . ter of the notch . This will leave You can lose controlofthe saw result - ' ene _ gh uncutwood between the fell - ing in injury and / or damage to the saw . ing cut a _ d the notch to form a hinge . Stop the saw , drive a wedge of plastic Q
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orwoodintothe cut untilthe saw can be Usinga log easily . Restartsaw andcarefully for _ mppo _ reenterthe cut . Do not usa a metal wedgsD . onotattempttorsmrt your saw when it is pinchedor hung Ina log . Use s wedge to remove pinchedsaw £ . u _ Tum SawOFF and use s pl8 _ o . or wooden wedge to force cut open cut " - . . . Ovemuttlng begins on the top side of BUCKING USING A LOG OR the logwith the bottom of the saw SUPPORT STAND against the log . When overcuttinguse • Remember yourfirstcut is always on lightdownward pressure . the compression . sideof the log . ( Re - Overcuffing Undercutting fer to the Illustration below for your firstand second cut ) . • Yourfirstcut shouldextend 1 / 3of the diameter of the log . • Finishwith yoursecond cut . Undercutting Involves . cuttingon the undersideof the log with top of saw Using / _ ndcut - tgainstthe log . When undercuttinguse Ight upward pressure . Hold saw firmlynd ; nd maintaincontrol . The saw willte _ 1 _ Cut o push back toward you . WARNING : Never turn saw tupside | own to undercut . The saw canno be , ' ontroiledin this position . _ . lways make your first cut on the ' , ompresslonside of the log . 2ndCut First cut on compression side of log UMBING AND PRUNING WARNING : Never climb Into a tree to limb or prune . Do not stand on ladders , platforms , a log , or in any position Secondcut which can cause you to lose your bal - ance or control of the saw . IMPORTANT POINTS • Watch out for spflngpolss . - Spdngpoissare small size limbs which can whip towardyou , or pull Firstcuton compressionsideof log you off balance . Use extreme caution BUCKING WITHOUT A SUPPORT when cuttingsmall size limbs . , Overcut through 1 / 3of the diameter of • Be alert for spdngbeck . Watch out fors - branches that are bent or under pre the log . • Roll the log over and finishwith a sao - sure . Avoidbeingstruck by the branch or the saw when the tension in ond ovemut . the wood fibers is released . , Watch for logs with a oompreslon • Frequentlyclear branches out of the side . See illustrationabove for cutting way to avoid tdppingover them . _ _ . _ ! ogwsith a compression side . 10
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LIMBING branchesarehigherthanyourshoul - • Limba treeonlyafterit is cutdown . def . Geta professionatlo dothejob . • Leavethe larger limbs undemsath the • Make your firstcut 1 / 3of the way felled tree to supportthe tree as you through the bottomof the limb . work . • Next make a second cut all the way • Start at the base of the felled tree and through the limb . • Finishthe pruningoperation by using worktoward the top , cutting branches and limbs . Remove _ ' nail limbs - with an overcuLsothat the stump of the one cut . limb protrudes1 to 2 Inchesfrom the trunkof the tree . • Keep the tree between you and the chain . Secondcut • Remove larger , supportingbranches with the 1 / 3,2 / 3 cutting techniquesde - ecdbsd in the buckingsection . • Always use an overcut to cut small . and freely hanging limbs . Undercut ting could cause limbstOfall and pinchthe saw . PRUNING _ 0nkuoftbl ' es , 2in . WARNING : Limit pruningto limbs shoulder heightor below . Do not cut if CUSTOMER RESPONSIBILITIES service Fill in dates as you complete Before Ariel Ever _ Every Ysady Use Use 5hra 25hrs Dates regular service Check for damaged / worn parts p , , Check for loose fasteners / pads Check chain tension p , , Check chain sharpness Check guide bar p _ Clean unit & labels Clean air filter y , Clean / inspect spark arrestor p , , screen & Inspect muffler v " Replace spark plug GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS run better and last longer . The warranty on this unit does not cov - WARNING : Disconnectthe spark plug er Items that have been subjected to beforeperformingmaintenanceexcept operator abuse or negligence . To re - forcarburetoradjustments . calve full value from the warranty , the LUBRICATION operator must maintain unit as instruct - ed in this manual . Vadous adjustments s ; o t 2 e , , o , " , 1I 1 _ , recap _ " 1 ! will need to be made pedodlcally to properlymaintain your unit . • Once a year , replace the spark plug , air filterelement , and ch _ k guide bar 1 U _ _ and chain for wear . A new spark plug aml - eJrfilter element assures iproperne 2 Use Gm _ sman chain saw bar oil air - fuel . mixture end helps youreng
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CHECK FOR DAMAGED OR AdjustingScrew - 1 / 4Turn WORN PARTS Replacement of demaged / wom parts shouldbe referred to your Sears Set - vice Center , • Lift up tip of guide berto check forn NOTE : It Is normal for a small amount sag , Release tip of gulde bar , the turn adjusting screw 1 / 4 turn clock - of oHto appear under the saw after en - iginastops . Do not confuse this with a wise . Repeat . untilsag does not exist . eaklngoiltank . _ : . . . . • While liftingtip of . guidebar , tighten switch . funotionsproperly by . moving Torqueto 10 - 15 ft - lbs . the swdch to the " Stop " position . . / ' _ J Bar Make sure engine stops ; then rested , Y _ Clamp engine and continue . . | _ . Nuts Fuel Tank - Do not use saw it pfuel On / Stop Switch - Ensure On / Sto bar clamp nutswith thetboaorl _ _ tank shows signs of damag . e or leaks . Oil Tank - Do not use saw , f oil tank shows signs of damage or leaks . • Use the screwdriverend of the bar CHECK FOR LOOSE tool to move chain aroundguide bar . FASTENERS AND PARTS • If chain does not rotate , it is too tight . • Bar Clamp Nut Slightlyloosen bar clamp nutsand • Chain turn adjustingscrew 1 / 4 tum counter - • Muffler clookwisa . Retightenbar clamp nuts . • CylinderShield • If chain is too loose , it will sag below • Air Filter the guidebar . DO NOT operate the • Clutch DrundSprocket saw if the chain is loose . • Handle Screws CHECK CHAIN SHARPNESS • VibrationMounts A sharp chain makes woodchips . A • Starter Housing dullchain makes a sawdustpowder • Handguard and cuts slowly . CHECK CHAIN TENSION CHAIN SHARPENING • Use the screwdriver end of the bar Chain sharpeningrequiresspecial toolto move chain around guidebar tools . Youcan purchase sharpening to ensure kinks do not exist . The toolsat Sears or go to a professional chain should rotate freely . chain sharpener . Conditionswhich requireguide bar maintenance : • Saw cuts to one side or at an angle • Sew has to be forced throughthe cut . _ _ _ m _ _ _ _ m _ CHECK GUIDE BAR • inadequate supply of oil to bar / chain . Check the condition of guide bar each Bar'rool time chain Is sharpened . A wom guide - ' l _ rClamp Nuts bar will damage the chain and makebar : • Loosen bar clamp nuts untilthey are cuttingdifficult . To maintain guide . fingertight against the bar clamp . • Move On / Stop switchto " Stop . " • Remove bar and chain from saw . • Turn adjusting screw clockwise until chain barely touches the bottomof • Clean ell sawdust and any other guidebar . debds from the guidebar groove and ' _ Adjusting / / RsepmroocvkeeStahwodtsuastftFerromeach ulJse . _ . , , GuideBarQroot _ _ V " sp = k . t . ol . • Using bar tool , loft chain aroundguideve . . , . _ _ . . . barto ensureall linksare in bar groo 12
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INSPECT MUFFLER AND SPARK • Addlubricanttosprocketholeafter eachuse . ARRESTOR SCREEN • Burringof guide bar rails is a normal As the unit is used , carbon deposits process of rail wear . Remove these build up on the mufflerand spark burrs with a flat file . arrestorscreen , and must be removed • When rail top is uneven , use a flat file to avoid creating a fire hazard or affect - ing engine performance . to restore square edges and sldss . Replace the spark arrestorscreen if breaks occur . nsidesSquared TU T Rio Edgesa _ . _ MufflerDiffuser WornGroove CorrectGroove s _ Replace guide bar when the groove is Arrestor wom , the guide bar is bent or cracked , orwhen excess heating or bur . _ g sofo - Muffler the ragsoccurs . If replacement zsn Coverws Scre essmy , use only the guide bar spedffed for your saw in the repair parts hstor on the decal located on the chain saw . CLEAN UNIT & LABELS Muffler • Clean the unit usinga damp clothwith Body MufflerCover a mild detergenL • Wipe off unitwith e clean dry cloth . CLEAN AIR FILTER A dirtyair filterdecreases the life and CLEANING THE SPARK performance of the engine and in - ARRESTOR SCREEN creases fuel consumptionand harmful Cleaning is r . equired every 25 hours of emissions . Always clean your air filter operation or annually , whichever comes after 15 tanks of fuel or 5 hoursof op first . eration , whichever comes firsLClean • Loosen and remove the 2 muffler cov - more fro _ . uentlyin dusty conditions . A er screws . used air bitercan never be completely • Remove the mufflercover ( cover cleaned . It is advisable to replace your snaps offmufflerbody ) . air filterwith a new one after every 50 • Remove mufflerdiffuserand sparkthe hoursof operation , or annually , which - arrestorscreen assembly . Notice ever comes firsLTo clean filter : . • Loosen 3 screws on cylinder cover , orientationof these parts for reassem - Removecylindercover , bling . Removeairfilter . • Cleanthesparkarrestorscreenwitha wire brush . Replace screen if breaks • Clean the air filter using hot soapyer . are found . water . Rinse with clean cool wat • Replace any broken or cracked muf - Air dry completely before reinstalling . fler parts . • Lightlyoil air filter before installingto • Reinstalldiffuserand spark arrestor improvethe efficiency of air filter . Use screen assembly with round holes 2 - cycle engine oilor - motoroil ( SAE facing up . 30 ) . Squeeze excess oilfrom filter . • Reinstallmufflercover and 2 screws • Reinstallair filter . ( 7 - e ft - _ ) . • Reinstallcylinder cover and 3 screws ( 15 - 20 [ n - lbs . ) . REPLACE SPARK PLUG CylinderCover AirRlter Screws The sparkplug should be replaced each year to ensure the engine starts easier and runs better . Ignitiontiming is fixed and nonadjustable . • Loosen 3 screws on cylindercover . • Remove the cylinder cover . Pull offthe spark plug beoL Remove spark plug from cylinder and
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• Replacewith Champion RCJTY spark C _ indarr Cove plug and tlghten . lv _ htah3 / 4 Inch socket wrench ( 10 - 12 ft Ibe ) . Spark pluggap shouldbe . 025 in . ; Reinstallthe spark plug boot . Reinstallthe cylinder cover and 3 screws ( 15 - 20 in - lbs ) . Plug CHAIN REPLACEMENT Cutters Dep _ Gauge CAUTION : Wear protective gh _ vas when handlingchain . The chain is sharp and can cut you even when it is not moving . it is normalfor a new chainto strstchdur - Drive Links Ingthe first15 minutesof opera _ n . You • Place chain over and behindclutch . shouldrecheck yourchaintensionfre - • Fit bottomof ddve linksbetween teeth quantlyand adjust the chaintensionas required . SeeChain Tensionsection . in sprocketnose . • Move On / Stop switch to the Stop • Fit chain drive links intobar groove . position . • Pull guide bar forwarduntilchain is • Replace the old chain when it be - snug in guide bar groove . . comes worn or damaged . • Now , install bar clamp making tsurehe • Use only the Low - Kickback replace - the adjustin _ pin Is pos , tlonedin ment chain specified in the repair lower hole in the guide bar . parts list . The correct replacement bar and chain is also specified on a decal located on the chain saw . • See your Sears Sewice Center to re - place and sharpen individualcutters on yourchain . / • Remove bar clamp nuts . ! • Remove bar clamp . _ r • Remove the old chain . Hole Adjusting Guide Bar Pin • Installbar clamp nuts and fingertight - Bar en only . Do not tighten any further at Clamp this polnL Bar Clamp Nuts • Turn adjusting sorew by hand courP terdockwise untiladjusting pinjust touches the stop . • Slide guidebar behind clutch drum Bar Clamp Nuts untilguide bar stops against clutch drum sprocket . CHAIN ADJUSTMENT • Carefully remove new chain from See " ChainTension " in Maintenance package . Hold chain with the drive - - = links as shown . section . 14
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Start motor , let it runfor 3 minutes , and CLEAN FUEL FILTER proceed to . the adjustment section . If Tocleanfuelfilter , drainyourunitby engine does not start , refer to trouble - runningdryoffuel , removefuelcap / re - shootingchart or call 1 - 800 - 235 - 5878 . tainerassemblyfromtank . Pulltilter fromtankandremovefromllne . Clean if engine performance is acceptable at the pmsst positionsand them is enor withmilddetergentand rinse . Dry thor - chain movement at idle , no furth ad - oughly , reassemble . _ _ . . . . . justrnantis necessary . CARBURETOR ADJUSTMENT ADJUSTING PROCEDURE WARNING : The chain will be moving dudng most . ofthle procedure . Wear Idle Speed - Tne yourprated . ire equipment and observe Allow engi to idle . Adjustspeed until all safety precautions . During the low engine runs withoutchain movement or speed mixture adjustment recheck idle stalling . speed after each tum of the screw , The • Turn clockwise to incmasa engine chain must not move at Idle speed , speed if engine stalls or dies . Carburetoradjustment is odtical and if • Tum counterclockwiseto decrease speed . done impmpedy can permanently dam - No further adjustmentsam necessary if age the engine as well as the carbure - chain does not move at idle speed and tor . If you require further assistance or if performance is satisfactory . are unsure about performingthis proce - dure , call our customer assistance help Low Speed Mixture - L line at 1 - 800 - 235 - 5878 . Allowengine to idle . Then accelerate the engine and note performance . If en - Old fue ! , a dirtyair filter , dirtyfuel filter , gine hesitates , bogs down , orsmokes or floodingmay give the impressionof dudng acceleration , turn mixturescrew an improperlyadjusted carburetor . clockwisein 1 / 16 - tumincrements until Check these conditionsbefore adjust - performanca . i _ satisfactory . Repeat this ingthe carburetor . l ) urocedureas neimssaryfor proper ad - The carburetor has been carefully set at stmenL After completingadjustments , the factory . Adjustments may be neces - check for acceleration and chain move - cary if you not [ caany of the following ment at idle . Reset if necessary . conditions : High Speed Mlxture . - H • Chain moves at Idle . See " Idle Speed " DO NOT operate engine at full throttle underadjustingprocedure . • Sawwillnotidle . See " IdleSpeed " for prolongedpedods while making ad - and " LowSpeedMixture'underad - justments . Damage to the engine can occur . Make a test cuL Basedon per - lustingprocadum , formance of the saw while cutUng , ad - • Engine dies or hesitates when itration shouldaccalerate . See " Accele justthe high speed mixture setting in I / I 6 - turn incrementsas follows : Check " under adjusting procedure . • Qockwisaunl ] 1saw has goodpower in • Loss of cuttingpower . See " High Speed Mixture H " under adjusting the cutwithno hesitallon . Do not adjust procedure . by scund or spesd , butjudgebyhow wellthe saw peflormsI . n , the cut . There are three adjus _ tmanst crews on • Counterclockwiseif the saw has the carburetor . They are labeled H , L , speed , but dies In the cut or lacks and T . They are located in the area just power inthe cut . above the pdmer bulb . After completingadjustments , check for CARBURETOR PRESETS acceleration and chain movement at When making adjustments , do not force idle . Reset if necessary . the plasticUmiter caps beyond the Acceleration Check stops or damage will occur . If the enginedies or hesitatesinsteadof if carburetor presets am not needed , ec _ lerstlng , tumthelowspeedmixt . m proceed to " Idle Speed - T . " a _ ustmant counterdockwiseuntilyouhain • " rumboth mixture screws counter - have smoothacceismtlonwithno c clockwiseuntilthey stop ' . movementat idle . Recheckand adjustas , . Tu _ rpthe idle speed screw clockwise u - _ il it stops . Now turn counterclock - necessaryfor acceptableperformance . wise 4 - , 1 / 2fullturns .
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• • I • Prepareyourunitforstorageat theend tive in minimizing the formation of fuel of theseasonor if it willnotbeusedfor . g . umdeposits du . dng . storage . Add stabi - hzer to the gasolzne , n the fuel tank or 30daysormore . fuel storage container . Follow the amixin - WARNING : instructions found on stabilizer cont era . Run engine at least 5 minutes after the unit before stodng or transporting . i Allowthe engine to cool , and secure adding stabilizer . Store chain saw and fual in a well CRAFTSMAN 40 : 1 , 2 - cycle engine oil ventilatedarea wherefuelvapors ( aircooled ) is espedallyblendedwith cannotreachsparksoropenflames fuelstabilizerI . f youdo notusethis fromwaterheaters , electricmotorsor Searsoil , youcanadd a fuelstabilizer switches , fumaces , etc . to your fuel tank . • Store chain saw with all guards in place and position chain saw so that ENGINE any sharp object cannot accidentally • Remove spark plug and pour 1 tea - cause injury . spoon of 40.1 , 2 - cycle engine oil ( air • Store chain saw well out of the reach cooled ) throughthe spark plug open - of children . ing . Slowlypullthe starter rope 8 to 10 times to distributeo11 . EXTERNAL SURFACES • Replace spark plugwith new one of If yourchain saw is to be stored for a recommended type and heat range . period of time , clean it thoroughlybe - • Clean air filter • fore storage . Store In a clean dry area . • Check entire unitfor loose screws , • Lightlyollexternal metal surfaces and nuts , and bolts . Replace any dam - guide bar . aged , broke0 , or wom pads . • Oil the chain and wrap it in heavy pa - • At the beginningof the next season , per or cloth . use only freshfuel having the proper gasoline to oil ratio • FUEL SYSTEM OTHER Under Fueling Engine in the Operating Section of this manual , see message • Do not store gasoline from one sea - son to another . labeled IMPORTANT regarding the use • Replace yourgasoline cenif it starts of gasohol in your chain saw . to rust . Fuel stabilizer is an acceptable altema - 16
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TROUBLE SHOOTING CHART TROUBLE CAUSE REMEDY Enginewillnot • Move Ignitionswitch to ON . startorwillrun Engine flooded . • See " Starting Instructions . " onlya few IFganeiltiotannskweimtcphtoyf . f . • Ril tank with correctfuel mixture . secondsafter Spark plug not fidng . • Installnew spark plug . starting . • Fuel not reaching • Check for dirtyfuel filter ; , replace . carburetor . Check for kinkedor splitfuel line ; repair or replace . • Carburetor r quires • See " Carburetor Adjustments . " tadjustmanLhe • None of above . • ContactSearsService . Enginewillnot • Idle speed set too high • See " CarburetoAr djustments . " or too low , idlepmpedy . • Low Speed Mixture • See " Carburetor Adjustments . " requires adjustment . • Crankshaftsealswom . • Contact Sears Service . • Contact Sears Service . . . Compressionlow . Noneof theabove . • Contact Sears Service . Enginewillnot • Clean or r place air filter . : Air filter dirty . accelerate , Spark plugfouled . • Clean or replace plug lackspower , and regal ) . or diesunder • Carburetor requires • See " CarburetorAdjustments . " a load . adjustment . • Exhaust ports or muf - • Contact Sears Service . . / fler outlets plugged . • Compression low . • Contact Sears Service . • None of the above . • Contact Sears Service . Engine smokes • Adjust choke . : Choke partiallyon . excessively . Fuel mixture Incorrect . • Empty fuel tank and refillwith correct fuel mixture . • Air filterdirty , • Clean or replace air filter . • High Speed Mixture • See " CarburetorAdjustments . " requires adjustment . • Crankcase leak . • Contact Sears Service . Engine runs • Fuel mixture incorrect . • See " FuelingYour Unit . " hoL • Spark plug Incorrect . Replace with correctplug . • High Speed Mixture • See'Carburetor Adjustments . " set too lean . • Contact Sears Service • Exhaust portsor muf - tier outletsplugged . • Carbon build - up on • Clean spark arrestorscreen . muffler outletscreen . • Clean area . • Fan housing / cylinder fins dirty . • None of the above . • Contact Sears Service . Oil inadequate • Ril oiltank . • Oil tank empty . for bar and • Oil pump or oil filter • Contact Sears Service . chain d oggGed . lubdoafion . • Gui _ d _ bear oil hole • Remove bar and clean . blockpd . q " t
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TROUBLE SHOOTING CHART - Continued TROUBLE CAUSE REMEOY B Chain moves * idle speed requires • See " CarburotorAdjustments . " at Idle speed , adjustmanL J " Clutch requires repair . • Contact Sears Service . Chain does • Chain tension too • See " ChainTension . " • _ ght : . . . . . - " " Jnot movengine • See " CarburetorAdjustments . " _ when e ; , Carburetor requires is accelerated . adjustment . • Guide bar roils • Repair or replace . pinched . • Contact Sears Service . • Clutchslipping . Chain clatters • Chain tension incorrect . • See " Chain Tension . " • Contact Sears Service . or cuts roughly • Cutters damaged . • Chain worn . • Rssharpen or replace chain . ° ' Cutters dull , improperly • See " SharpeningChain . " sharpened , or depth gauges too high . • Contact Sears Service . • Sprocketworn . Chain installed • Installchain in dghtdirection . backwards . • See " Sharpening Chain . " Chain stops • Chain cuttertops not withinthe cut . filed flat . • Guide bar burred or • Repair or replace guide bar . bent ; rails uneven . / • Contact Sears Service . • Clutch slipping • See " SharpeningChain . " Chain cuts at • Cutters damaged on an angle , one side . • Chain dullon one side . • See " SharpeningChain . " • Guide bar bent or wom . • Replace guidebar . If situations occur which are not covered in this manual , use care and good Judgement . If you need assistance , contact Sears Service or the CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE HELPLINE at 1 - 800 - 235 - 5878 . U . S . EPA / CAMFORNIA maintenance of your lawn and garden equipment engine . EMISSION CONTROL Your emission control system includes WARRANTY STATEMENT partssuchasthecarburetaonrdtheigni - tionsystem . Where a warrantable condition exits , Y _ OUR WARRANTY RIGHTS AND SEARS will ropairyour lawn and garden OBLIGATIONS equipment engine at no cost to you . Ex - penses covered under warranty include The U . S . Environmental Protection diagnosis , part . sandlabor . Agency / Cailfomia Air Resources Board and SEARS , ROEBUCK AND CO . , USA MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY are pleased to explain the emissions COVERAGE - - controlsystem warranty on your lawn If . any emissionsrelated Pad on your an - and garden equ , pment engine . All new gme ( as listed under Emissions Control utilityand lawn and garden equipment Warranty Parts List ) Is defective or a de - eng , nes must be designed , built , and fect in the materials or workmanship of equipped to meet the stringent anti - the en _ ine causes the failure of such an smog standards . SEARS must warrant emission mlatsd part , the partwill be re - theemisaioncontmlsyetemonyourlawn paired or replaced by SEARS . • andgarden equipment engine forthe pe - OWNER'SWARRANTY RESPON - dods of time listed below provided there SIBILITIES - - ' - hasbeen no abuse , neglect , or improper As the lawn and garden equipment en - 18
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gineowner , youare responsiblefor the shailbewarran . tedf . or thepedod performance of the required mainte - of time up to the firstscheduled replace - nonce listed in your Owner's Manual . ment paint for that pair . SEARS recommends that you retain all DIAGNOSIS - - receipts covedng maintenance on your lawn end garden equipment engine , but The owner shallnot be charged for diag - SEARS cannot deny warranty solelyfor nostic labor which leads to the deter - the lack of receipts or4oryour failure to minalion that a warranted part ensure the performance of'allscheduled is defective ifthe diagnosticwork is pep formed at an approved SEARS servicing maintenance . As the lawn and garden equipment en * canter . gine owner , you should be aware that CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES - - _ ; EARS may deny you warranty coveP SEARS maybe liablefor damages to orb - age . if your lawn and garden equiL _ nent erenginecomponentscausedbythefail - engine or a part of R - has failed _ due to ure of awarranted partstillunderwar - sl : _ se , neglect , Improper maintenance , , renty . unapproved modlflcauons , or me use gotl - parts notmadeorapprovedbytheod WHAT IS NOT COVERED - - naJequipment m . . aunr . , a _ urer . Allfailures caused by abuse , neglect , or . You are responsible for presenting your improper maintenance am not covereo lawn and garden equipment engine to a ADD - ON OR MODIFIED PARTS - - SEARS authonzedrep _ r canter as so . on The use of add - on or modifiedpads as a problem exists , warranty rapture be grounds _ or disaJlowinga warranty should be completed in a reasonable claim . SEAR amount of time , not te exceed 30 days . is not liableto coverfailures of warranted If you have eny questions reclardlngyour p _ tscaused bythe use ofadd - on or mo - warranty'dghts and rospon _ bilitiss , . you difleopans . should contact your nearest aumonzeo service center or call SEARS at HOW TOFILEACLAIM - - 1 - 800 - - 473 - 7247 . If youhave any questionsreqar . dingyourued warranty dghts and responszo , ities , yoz WARRANTY COMMENCEMENT shouldcontact your nearest authori DATE - - The warranty pedod bs _ linson the date service center or call SEARS at tbe lawnend garden equipment engine Is 1 - 800 - 473 - 7247 . WHERE TO GET WARRANTY purchased . SERVICE - - LENGTH OF COVERAGE - - Warrantsyerviceosrrep _ m _ l _ . pr ? - This warranty shall be for a pedod of two vided at all SEARS at 1 - 8oo . - 473 - rz , _ / years from the initial date ol pumhsse . servicecenters , WHAT IS COVERED - - MAINTENANCE , REPLACEMENT REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT AND REPAIR OF EMISSION RE - OF PARTS - - LATED PARTS - - Repair or rep _ osment of an _ / warranted Any SEARS ap . provedreplacement part partwill be penormed at no charge to me used inthe peifo _ of any w . arren _ ow _ el _ ai an approved SEARS servicing maintenance or repmr on emission re center . - - lated pads will be . p . rovldecl . . without Ifyouhave anyquestlons rega [ dlngyour charge to the owner I ! me pan m unoer warranty dghts and respons - lbil , tles , you warranty . should contact your nearest autho _ dzed EMISSION CONTROL WARRAN - service center or call SEAR : 5 at 1 - 800 - 473 - 7247 . TY PARTS LIST - - i 1 . Carburetor WARRANTY PERIOD - - 2 . IgnitionSystem Any wan'anted part which is not I _ _ , ed . & Spaik Plug , covered . upto uledfor replacement as requsreormunw - maintenance echeoule . nance , orwhichis scheduled only for reg - b , _ itY _ ) n Meduis ular inspectionto the effect of " _ ' e _ lr orr - MAINTENANCE STATEMENT - - replace as necessary " shall be wa The owne . r is resPOnsible for the perfor - rantedfor 2 years . Any mance ol all required maintenance as W ; irrd _ tedpartwhich is scheduled for re - as required maintenance defined in the owner's manual . placement to
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REPAIR PARTS 10 11 14 12 13 17 lS 3 4 5 6 16 39 4O 30 19 20 . 1 34 25 24 36 37 30 41 1 _ 26 I3G Part No , Description Ref . Pan No . Ouc _ rlpUon I . 530031163 , _ S000779 _ 3 . 530016101 4 . 53OO9 ? 6O4 5 . 530060 " / 0 _ En0k _ Guket _ W _ reHameu As _ ' y . 7 . iL . _ 0001861007 I _ . q00407180 _ uHeatInsulatortlate 530O1661 Muter Gask 10 , 53001 _ B _ P 11 . 53006,310 , t , M . mer _ ss _ . l1300 _ OalO17 13 . . 6300 _ 83 MufflerDiffuser 14 83004G _ . 44 SparkArrestoS _ _ een 15 . 530047213 Screw 16 . 5,3OO69010 17 . _ . _ 0016090 ChainB _ ke Ir . . d 16 . 71 , - , 0 , , . _ 49 sea _ C _ _ sO . 63001g _ , . 401 2O . 5300 _ P0 _ 21 . 530O60604 22 . S30 _ 23 . - 53001560 " / 24 . - - = s3oo47oe2 21
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For the repair or replacement parts you need delivered directlyto your home Call 7 am - 7 pm , 7 days a week 1 - 800 - 366 - PART . - . ( 1 - 800 - 366 - 7278 ) Para ordenar piezaa con entrega a domiclllo - 1 - 800 - 659 - 7084 For in - house major brand repair service Call 24 hoursa day , 7 days a week 1 - 800 - 4 - REPAIR ( 1 - 800 - 473 - 7247 ) Para pedir servicio de reparacidn a domicilio - 1 - 800 - 676 - 5811 For the location of a Sears Parts and Repair Center in your area Call 24 hours a day , 7 days a week 1 - 800 - 488 - 1222 For information on purchasing a Sears Maintenance Agreement or to inquire about an existing Agreement Call 9 am - 5 pm , Mohday - Saturday 1 - 800 - 827 - 6655 When requesting service or ord . ering pads , always provide the follow , ng information : SEARS . Product Type • Part Number , Model Number • Part Description / _ wicabRepaSepecia _ zs
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0530087621 Manual
0530053834 Decal bar clamp
0530053819 Decal-fan housing
0530049246 Decal-starting instruction
0530038486 Decal stop
1530069724 Trigger and lockout kit (includes pin)
10530047061 Assembly - clutch drum with bearing
11530015611 Washer
12530014949 Clutch
13530038227 Lever
14530016149 Switch spring
15530038264 Plug
16530015922 Speed nut
17530029850 Catcher
18530015814 Screw
19530015907 Washer
2530026119 Check valve
20530015826 Adjustable bar - pin
22530069611 Screw
23530038238 Plate bar
24530071259 Oil pump
26530010846 Oil cap assembly
28530016080 Screw
29530016064 Screw
3530037809 Throttle link
30530019206 Block seal
31530049477 Elbow - oil pickup
32530038373 Oil pick - up
33530037821 Oil filter
34530030189 Plug-oil filter
35530015775 Screw
36530069247 Kit line
38530047192 Fuel cap
4530053711 Clutch cover
40530016133 Bolt
41530047663 Oil pickup
42530016020 Screw
43530016132 Screw
44530015814 Screw
45530037820 Worm gear spacer
46530019231 Dust seal
47530037799 Front handle
48530038224 Hand guard
49530015940 Screw
5530015917 Nut
50530037485 Starter handle
51530069232 Kit rope
52530015892 Screw
53530049336 Fan housing
54530027531 Spring recoil
55530037817 Starter pulley
56530039209 Flywheel
57530015127 Washer
58530015920 Screw
59530016134 Flywheel nut
6530047989 Choke lever
6071-3629 Chain-16"
6171-36366 Bar-16"
7530038406 Grommet
8530069803 Chassis
9530094188 Clutch spring
0530087621 Manual
0530053834 Decal bar clamp
0530053819 Decal-fan housing
0530049246 Decal-starting instruction
0530038486 Decal stop
1530031163 Bar wrench
10530016102 Screw
11530053184 Cylinder shield
12530038318 Limiter cap - high (red)
13530038317 Limiter cap - low (blue)
14530049244 Grommet - carburetor adjust
15530047213 Air purge assembly
16530069216 Line
178530016090 Screw
1871-85849 Spark plug (cj-7y)
19530019249 Gasket carburetor
2530037793 Air filter
20530069931 Cylinder kit
21530069604 Piston
22530029805 Ring - piston
23530015697 Retainer
24530047062 Crankshaft
25530047827 Seal and bearing assembly
26530037935 Crankcase cap
27530016136 Clip
28530047442 Ground strap
29530069608 Gasket
3530016101 Carburetor
30530052296 Wiring harness
31530014362 Fuel pickup assembly
32530037652 Insulator - heat
33530019221 Gasket
34530049870 Mulching backplate
35530047207 Muffler
36530037813 Diffuser - muffler
37530036103 Screen
38530016132 Screw
39530052277 Ignition module
4530037804 Air filter housing
40530015814 Screw
41952706606 Kit brake
42530049714 Seal, carburetor adapter - lower
43530049715 Upper Seal
5530069703 Carburetor kit (incl 12 and 13)
6530019239 Gasket - carburetor
7530015810 Screw
8530049700 Carburetor adapter
9530016187 Rear Link
0530087621 Manual
0530053834 Decal bar clamp
0530053819 Decal-fan housing
0530049246 Decal-starting instruction
0530038486 Decal stop
1530038318 Limiter cap - high (red)
2530038317 Limiter cap - low (blue)
3530069826 Carburetor repair
4530069844 Gasket
5530035383 Needle-low speed
6530035384 Speed needle
7530035293 Needle
8530035295 Needle