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Operator's Manual IF - CRAFTSMRN 2.0 cu . in . / 33cc 2 - Cycle GASOLINE CHAIN SAW J Model No . 358.351440 - 14 in . Bar @ | i i ' Read and follow all Safety Rules and Operating WARNING : Instructions before first use of this product . For answers to your questions about this'product : Call 7 am - 7 pm , Mort - Sat ; Sun , 10 am - 7 pm â¢ â¢ 1 - 800 - 235 - 5878 Sears , Roebuck and Co . , Hoffman Estates , IL 60179 USA 530 - 087618 06 / 08 / 98
Warranty l . : 2 Storage 16 Safety Rules 2 TroubleShooting Chart 17 Assembly 5 Parts Ust 20 Operation 6 Spanish 24 Maintenance 11 Parts & Ordering Back Service and Adjustments 14 FULL ONE YEAR WARRANTY ON CRA : FTSMAN Â® GAS CHAIN SAW _ For one year from the date of purchase , when this Craftsman Gas Chain Saw is maintained , lubricated and tuned up according to the owner's manual , Sears will repair , free of charge , any defect in material or workmanship . This warranty excludes the bar , chain , spark plug and air filter , which are expendable parts , and become worn during normal use . If this Gas Chain Saw is used for commercial or rental purposes , this warranty 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 rights , and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state . Sears , Roebuck and Co . , D / 817 WA , Hoffman IEstate _ , IL 60179 WARNING : Always disconnect spark duty , non - slip gloves ; eye protection plug wire when making repairs except such as non - fogging , vented goggles for carburetor adjustments . Because a or face screen ; an approved safety hard hat ; , and sound barriers ( ear . chain saw is a high - speed woodcutting tool , careless or improper use of this plugs or mufflers ) to protect your heedng . Regular users should have tool can cause serious injury . hearing checked regularly as chain PLAN AHEAD saw noise can damage hearing . Se - â¢ Restrict the use of your saw to adult cure hair above shoulder length . users who understand and can follow â¢ Keep all parts of your body away from the safety rules , precautions , and op - the chain when the engine is running . erating instructions found in this â¢ Keep children , bystanders , and ani - manual . mals at least 30 feet ( 10 meters ) Hearing Safety Hat away from the work area when start - Protection . . . . _ . _ ' = ' _ " Eye qMr _ - - ing and using the saw . Snug Protection â¢ Do not handle or operate a chain saw Fitting _ Heavy Duty when you are fatigued , ill , or upset , or Clothing Gloves if you have taken alcohol , drugs , or medication . Yoe must be in good physical condition and mentally alert . eSafetys If you have any condition that might Sho be aggravated by strenuous work , check with doctor before operating . â¢ Do not start cutting until you have a â¢ Wear protective gear . Always use clear work area , secure footing , and steel - toed safety footwear with non - especially if you are felling a tree , a slip soles ; snug - fitting clothing ; heavy - retreat path . 2
OPERATE YOUR SAW SAFELY â¢ Store the unit and fuel in a cool , dr _ well ventilatedspace where fuel va - â¢ Do not operate with one hand . Seri - ous injuryto the operator , helpers , or pors cannot reach sparks or open flames from water heaters , electdc bystanders may resultfrom one - motors or switches , fumacas , etc . handed operation . A chain saw is in - tended for two - handed use . GUARD AGAINST KICKBACK â¢ Operate the chain saw only in a well - Follow all safety rulesto help avoid ventilatedoutdoorarea . kickback and otherfomes whichcan â¢ Do not operate saw from a ladder or result insedous injury . in a tree , unlessyou are specifically trained to do so . _ 10ckbackPath â¢ Make sure the chain will not make contact with any object while starting the engine . Never tryto stad the saw when the guide bar is in a cut . â¢ Do not put pressure on the saw , es - Avoid Obstructions peciallyat the end of the cut . Doing so can cause you to lose control when the cut is completed . â¢ Stop engine before settingsaw down . â¢ Hand carry saw only when engine is stopped . Carry with muffleraway from Clear The WorkingAre _ body ; guide bar & chain projectingbe - WARNING : Rotational Kickback 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 the guide bar . Contact at the upper WORKING ORDER portion of the , tip of _ e guide bar can cause the chain to d , g intothe object , â¢ Have all chain saw service performed by a qualified service dealer except which stops the chain for an instant . The resultis a lightningfast , reverse reaction the items listed in the maintenance section of thismanual . which kicksthe guide bar up and back â¢ Make certain the saw chain stops toward the operator . movingwhen the throttletriggeris re - Pinch - Kickback and PulHn occur when leased . For correction , refer to = Car - the chain is suddenly stopped by being buretorAdjustments . " pinched , caught , or by contacting a for - â¢ Keep the handles dry , clean , and free eign object in the wood . This sudden from oil or fuel mixture . stopping of the chain resultsin a rever - sal of the chain force used to cut wood â¢ Keep caps and fasteners securely tightened . and causes the saw to move inthe op - â¢ Use only Craftsman accessodes and posite direction of the chain rotation . replacement parts as recommended . Pinch - Kickback ddves the saw stndght Never modify yoursaw . 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 handling fuel or KICKBACK while operating the saw . â¢ Recognizethat kic . Id _ _ a _ . . cahnappen . â¢ Elirnina _ _ soun _ of s _ ks or flan _ With a basic understandingof kickbeck , in areas where fuel ls mixed or poured . you can reducethe elementof surprise â¢ Mix and pour fuel in an outdoor area whichcontributesto accidents . and use an approved , marked con - tainer for all fuel purposes . Wipe up i Never let the movin _ chain contact any object at the tip of the guidebar . all fuel spills before starting saw . Keep working area free from obstruc , â¢ Move at least 10 feet ( 3 meters ) from tionssuch as other trees , branches fueling site before starting . rocks , fences , stumps , etc . Eliminateaw â¢ Turn the engine off and let saw cool in or avoid any obstructionthat yours a non - combustible area , not on dry chain could hit while cutting . leaves , straw , paper , etc . Slowly re - â¢ Keep saw chain sharp and properly tensioned . A loose or dullchain can move fuel cap and refuel unit . 3
increasethe chance of kickback . Fol - keep your body from being in - a 81ft _ t line with the cutting chain . - low manufacturer's chain sharpeningck and maintenance instructions . Che â¢ Stand with your weight evenly bal - anced on both feet . tension at regular intervals , but never â¢ Do not overreach . You could be drawn with engine running . Make sure bar or thrown off _ ce and lose control . clamp nuts are securel . y . tightened . â¢ Do not cut above shoulder height . It is â¢ Begin and continue cutting at full difficult to maintain control of saw speed . If the chain is moving at a above shoulder height . slower speed , there is greater chance of kickback occurring . KICKBACK SAFETY FEATURES â¢ Use extreme caution when reentering WARNING : The following features are a cut . included on your saw to help reduce Do not attempt cuts starting with the hazard of k ' _ kback ; however , such fea - of the i tip bar ( plunge quts ) . tures will not totally eliminate this dan - Watch for shifting logs or other forces ger . Do not rely only on safety devices . that could close a cut and pinch or fall into chain . â¢ Handguard : designed to reducethe â¢ Use the specified Reduced - Kickback chance of your left hand contacting Guide Bar and Low - Kickback Chain . the chain if your hand slips off the front handlebar . Avoid Pinch - Kickback : â¢ Position of front and rear handlebars : â¢ . Be extremely aware of situations or designed with distance between hen - obstructions that can cause matedai dies and " in - line " with each other . The to pinch the top of or otherwise stop spread and = in - line " position of the the chain . hands provided by th | s design work â¢ Do not cut more than one log at a together to give balance and resis - time . tance in controlling the pivot of the â¢ Do not twist saw as bar is withdrawn saw back toward the operator if kick - from an undercut when bucking . back occurs , Avoid Pull - In : â¢ Reduced - Kickback Guide Bar : de - â¢ 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 . ger zone . This type bar has been â¢ Use wedges made of plastic or wood . demonstrated to significantly creducek - Never use metal to hold the cut open . the number and seriousness of ki MAINTAIN CONTROL backs when tested in accordance with ANSI B175 . 1 . Stand to the left ofthe saw " 13pGuide Bar underside Thumb on \ l of handlebar _ _ Small Radius Tip Guide Bar â¢ Low - tQdd0a _ Chain : has met kickback locked performance requirements when tested on a representa _ ve sample of chain Never reversehand positions saws below 3.8 cubic i . nch A good , firm grip on the saw with both displacement specified JnANSI B175 . 1 . hands will help you maintain control . Low - KickbackChain Don't let go . Gdp the rear handle Contoured Depth Gauge your right hand whether you are right _ _ _ Y _ _ Elongated Guard Link or left handed . Wrap the fingers of , _ IZ ; _ Z ; ; ; ] _ ' _ 4 . - - - . - ' - - Deflects Kickback your left hand over and around the _ Force And Alk _ sually front handlebar , and your left thumb _ , r _ Wood To Grad under the front handlebar . Keep your Ride Into Cutter left arm straight with the elbow locked . SAFETY NOTICE : Exposure to â¢ Position your left hand onthe front handlebar so it is in a straight line with vibrations through prolonged use of gasoline powered hand tools could your right hand on the rear handle cause blood vessel or nerve damage in when making bucking cuts . Stand the fingers , hands , and joints of people slightly to the left side of the saw to 4
muffler and spark arresting screen proneto circulationdisordersor abnormasl welling . Prolongedusein which meets the requirements of coldweatherhasbeenlinkedto yblood California Codes 4442 and 4443 . All vesseldamageinotherwisehealth U . S . forest land and the states of people . Ifsymptomsoccursuchas Califomia , Idaho , Maine , Minnesota , numbness , pare , loss of strength , New Jersey , Oregon , and Washington change in skin color or texture , or loss require by law that many internal of feeling in the fingers , hands , or joints , combustion engines be equipped with a discontinue the use of this tool and spark arrestor screen . If you operate a seek medical attention . An chain saw in a state or locale where anti - vibration system does not such regulations exist , you are legally guarantee the avoidance of these responsible for maintaining the problems . Users who operate power operating condition of _ these parts . tools on a continual and regular basis Failure to do so is'a violation of the law . must closely monitor their PhySicaltool . condition and the condition of this Refer to Customer Responsibilities chart in the MAINTENANCE section . CHAIN BRAKE If this saw is to be used STANDARDS : This chain saw is listed for commercial logging , you must order and install a chain brake to comply with by Underwriters Laboratodes , Inc . lin accordance with Amedcan Nationa Federal OSHA Regulations for Com - Standards for Gasoline - Powered Chain mercial Logging . Contact your Sears Service Center or call 1 - 800 - 235 - 5878 . Saws Safety Requirements ( ANSI SPARK ARRESTOR : Your saw is B175 , 1 - 1991 ) . equipped with a temperature limiting NOTE : It is ncFrnal to hear the fuel filter CARTON CONTENTS rattle in an empty fuel tank . Check carton contents against the fol - lowing list . Your unit has been factory tested and Model 358.351440 the carburetor precisely adjusted . As a â¢ Chain Saw ( fully assembled ) result you may smell gasoline or find a â¢ Bar tool drop of oil / fuel residue on the muffler â¢ 2 - cycle engine oil when you unpack the unit . ( Bar oil not included ) ASSEMBLY â¢ Examine parts for damage . Do not Your saw is fully assembled ; no use damaged parts . assembly is necessary . â¢ If you need assistance or find that parts are missing or damaged , please call 1 - 800 - 235 - 5878 . 5
KNOW YOUR SAWRATOR'SMANUALANDSAFETYRULESBEFORE READTHISOPE OPERAT - ING YC _ URCHAIN SAW . Compare the illustrations with your unitto familiarize yourselfwith the locationot the various c _ ntrois and adjustments . Save th _ s manual for future reference . Bar Tool . _ 1 FrontHandle Hand Guaro . . . - . , 4s . . , â¢ f sta . er â¢ Muffler _ ' * - I 1 _ 4 i _ , . i , , ' _ . , " _ . _ ' _ ' . _ Pdmer Oil FillCap Housin Fuel M _ Fill I Throttle Chin Direction Rear of Travel T _ Choke Bar Clamp NtJ _ sGuide Bar Trigger Knob Bar C / a , - np C ) _ n C _ tcher ON / STOP s'wn'c _ throttle lockout and triggerwhile holding the fast icgelock button . The ON / STOP Switch is used to stop theengine . CHOKE KNOB THROTTLE TRIGGER The Choke Knob acf _ des the choke to The thrott ( etdq _ gercontrols engine provideadd'Klon _ dfuel to the engine speed , dudng cold starting . THROTTLE LOCKOUT The thTott _ ( ockoutmust be pressed PRIMER BULB before you can squeeze the thmt _ . _ t _ The Primer Bulb cimulates f _ to the iP . get . This feature prevents you from ac carburetor to proeide quicker starting , cidentallysqueezing the trigger . FAST IDLE LOCK CHAIN TENSION The fast idle lock hok _ sthe thrace tdg - it is normal for a new cha'lnto stretch ger in the startingpos'Kion . A _ tivatethe fast idle lock by pressingthe thr _ t _ e dunng fi _ st 30 minutes of operation , You lOckoutand squeezing the throttle _ g - shouldcheck yourchain tension fre - ger , Withthe thtot _ te * _ dg _ esrqueezed , quentS . See Ch _ n Tension under the press the tast idle Io _ . Release the Service and Adjustments se _ on . 6
BEFORE STARTING ENGINE lines and carburetor are empty . Use fresh - furl next season . See STORAGE instruc " WARNING : Be sure to read the fuel tions for additional information . handling information in the safety rules Never use engine or carburetor cleaner section of this manual before you begin . products in the fuel tank or permanent If you do not understand the fuel han - damage may occur . dling information do not attempt to fuel See the STORAGE section for additional your unit . Seek help from someone that information . does understand the information or call STOPPING YOUR ENGINE the customer assistance help line at â¢ Move On / Stop switch to STOP . 1 - 800 - 235 - 5878 . â¢ If engine does not stop , pull choke GUIDE BAR AND CHAIN OIL knob out fully . The chain oiler provides continuous lu - STARTING YOUR ENGINE brication to the chain and guide bar . Be COLD ENGINE OR WARM ENGINE sure to fill the bar oil tank when you fill AFTER RUNNING OUT OF FUEL the fuel tank ( Capacity = 6.8 fl . oz . ) . â¢ Fuel engine with 40 : 1 fuel mix . For maximum guide bar and chain life , â¢ Fill bar oil tank with bar oil . we recommend you use Craftsman â¢ Prime engine by slowly pressing prim - chain sew bar oil . If Craftsman bar oil is er bulb six times . not available , you may use a good â¢ Move On / Stop switch to ON . grade SAE 30 oil until you are able to Pdmer Bulb obtain Craftsman brand . The oil output is automatically metered during opera - tion . Your saw will use approximately one tank of bar oil for every tank of fuel mix . Always fill the bar oil tank when you fill the fuel tank . Choke Posi _ ons FUELING ENGINE o â¢ This engine is certified to operate on t â¢ I t unleaded gasoline . Before operation , gasoline must be mixed with a good Off Full quality 2 - cycle air - cooled engine oil . We â¢ Actuate choke by pulling choke knob recommend Craftsman brand oil . Mix fully out . gasoline and oil at a ratio of 40 : 1 ( A â¢ 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 oil with 1 gallon of unleaded right foot through rear handle . gasoline ) . DO NOT USE automotive oil or boat oil . These oils will cause engine Starter Rope Handle damage . When mixing fuel follow the instructions printed on the container . Once oil is added to the gasoline , Left Hand shake container momentarily to assure on Front that the fuel is thoroughly mixed . Handle Always read and follow the safety iules relating to fuel before fueling your unit . IMPORTANT Experience indicates that alcohol blended ' Foot Through Rear Handle fuels ( called gasohol or using ethanol or , â¢ Set fast idle by depressing the throttle methanol ) can attract moisture which lock with your right hand . Then , leads to separation and formation of squeeze and hold throttle trigger . With acids during storage . Acidic gas can your thumb , press the fast idle lock damage the fuel system of an engine down and hold . Next , release the while in storage . throttle trigger . To avoid engine problems , the fuel sys - â¢ DO NOT squeeze throttle trigger dur - tem should be emplk3d before storage for ing starting ; otherwise , it will be nec - 30 days or longer . Drain the gas tank , essary to reset the fast idle lock . start the engine and let it run until the fuel 7
OPERATING TIPS NOTE : Whenpullingthestarterrope , donotusethefullextentoftherope . â¢ Check chain tension before first use Donotletstarterropesnapbeck . Hold and after 1 minute of operation . See Chain Tension in the Maintenance handle . Letroperewindslowly . section . â¢ Pull starter rope handle firmly and â¢ Cut wood only . Do not cut metal , plas - quickly with your right hand until the tics , masonry , non - wood building ma - engine attempts to start , but no more terials , etc . than 5 pulis . Then , push in choke knob to the Full Position . Resume â¢ Stop the saw it the chain strikes a for - eign object . Inspect the saw and re - pulling handle until engine starts . pair parts as necessary . â¢ Above 40 Â° F , allow engine to run for â¢ Keep the chain out of dirt and sand . approximately 5 seconds . Push the Even a small amount of dirt will quick - choke knob in to the OFF position ; then squeeze and release throttle trig - ly dull a chain and increase the p _ o , : _ si - bility of kickback . ger to allow engine to idle . â¢ Practice cutting a few small logs using â¢ Below 40 Â° F , allow engine to warm up for 30 seconds to 1 minute with choke the following steps . This will help you get the " feel " of using your saw before Approximately 1 / 2 out , Push choke knob in you begin a major sawing operation . to the OFF position ; then squeeze and â¢ Squeeze the throttle trigger and al - release throttle trigger to allow engine low the engine to reach full speed to idle . before cutting . â¢ To stop engine , move On / Stop switch , Begin cutting with the saw frame to the STOP position . against the log . STARTING A WARM ENGINE â¢ Keep the engine at full speed the DO NOT use the choke to start a warm entire time you are cutting . â¢ Allow the chain to cut for you . Exert engine or flooding and hard starting only light downward pressure . may occur . â¢ Release the throttle trigger as soon â¢ Move On / Stop switch to ON . â¢ Set fast idle lock . as the cut is completed , allowing the engine to idle . If you run the saw at â¢ Be sure choke is in the OFF position . full throttle without a cutting load , â¢ With saw on ground , grip front handle unnecessary wear can occur . with left hand and place your right foot â¢ To avoid losing control when cut is through rear handle . complete , do not put pressure on â¢ Pull starter rope handle until engine saw at end of cut . starts . â¢ Stop engine before setting saw down . â¢ Squeeze and release throttle trigger to return engine to idle speed . TREE FELUNG TECHNIQUES WARNING : Check for broken or dead DIFFICULT STARTING OR STARTING A FLOODED ENGINE branches which san fall while cutting causing serious injury . Do not cut near The engine may be flooded if if has not buildingsor electrical wires if you do not started after 10 pulls . Rooded engines know the directionof tree fall , nor cutat can be cleared of excess fuel with the night since you will not be able to see following procedure : well , nor duringbad weather such as â¢ Engage the fast idle lock . rain , snow , or strong winds , etc . â¢ Verify that the On / Stop switch is in the ON position . â¢ Carefully plan your sawing operation in advance . â¢ Push choke knob to the OFF position . â¢ Clear the work area . You need a clear â¢ With saw on ground , grip front handle area - all afound _ thetree so you can with left hand and place right foot have secure footing . through rear handle . â¢ Pull starter rope handle until engine â¢ Study the natural conffltionsthat can starts . cause the tree to fall in a particular direction . These conditionsinclude : â¢ Starting could require many pulls de - â¢ The wind directionand speed . pending on how badly the unit is â¢ The lean of the tree . The lean of a flooded . If engine still fails to start , re - fer to the TROUBLESHOOTING chart or tree might not be apparent due to call 1 - 800 - 235 - 5878 . uneven or sloping terrain . Use a 8
plumb or level to determine the di - This hinge will help prevent the tree rection of tree lean . from falling in the wrong direction . â¢ Weight and branches on one side . Hinge holdstree on â¢ Surrounding trees and obstacles . stump and helps controlfall â¢ Look for decay and rot . If the trunk is rotted , it can snap and fall toward the operator . Opening of fellingcut â¢ Make sure there is enough room for the tree to fall . Maintain a distance of Closing 2 - 1 / 2 tree lengths from the nearest of notch person or other objects . Engine noise can drown out a warning call . NOTE : Before felling cut is complete , â¢ Remove did , stones , loose bark , use wedges to open the cut when nails , staples , and wire from the tree necessary to control the direction of fall . where cuts are to be made . To avoid Idckback and chain damage , _ use wood or plastic wedges , but never steel or iron wedges . Plan a clear retreatpath â¢ Be alert to signs that the tree is ready to fall : cracking sounds , widening of the felling cut , or movement in the up - _ - - _ - O - - _ - Directionof Fall per branches . â¢ As tree starts to fall , stop saw , put it down , and get away quickly on your planned retreat path . FELLING LARGE TREES â¢ 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 large pletely , set the saw aside and pull trees . A notch is cut on the side of the down the tree With a cable winch , tree in the desired direction of fall . After block and tackle , or tractor . Do not a felling cut is made on the opposite use your sew to cut down a partially side of tree , the tree will tend to fall in fallen tree . the direction of the notch . CU'I - rlNG A FALLEN TREE NOTE : If tree has large buttress roots , ( BUCKING ) remove them before making the notch . NOTCH CUT AND FELLING TREE Bucking is the term used for cutting a fallen tree to the desired log size . â¢ Make notch cut by cutting the top of WARNING : Do not stand on the log the notch first . Cut through 1 / 3 of the diameter of the tree . Next complete being cut . Any portion can roll causing loss of footing and control . Do not stand the notch by cuffing the bottom . See illustration . Once the notch is cut , re - downhill of the log being cut . move the wedge of wood from tree . IMPORTANT POINTS Finalcut here â¢ Cut only one log at a time . â¢ Cut shattered wood very carefully ; , sharp pieces of wood could be flung First cut toward operator . Notch _ . . . . . . r â¢ Use a sawhorse to cut small logs . Never allow another person to hold the log while cutting and never hold the log with your leg or foot . Seconc Hinge â¢ Do not cut in an area , where logs , limbs , and - roots are tangled . Drag logs into a clear area before cutting them . â¢ After removing the wood , make the BUCKING TECHNIQUES felling cut on the opposite side of the notch . This is done by making a cut WARNING : If sew becomes pinched about two inches higher than the cen - or hung in a log , don't try to force it out . ter of the notch . This will leave You can lose control of the sew result - enough uncut wood between the fell - ing in injury and / or damage to the sew . ing cut and the notch to form a hinge . Stop the saw , drive a wedge of plastic 9
orwoodintothecutuntilthesawcanbe Using a log , _ d , - . , removedeasily . Restartsawandcarefully for support - . ' _ " - , . , uL , _ roente _ rhecutDonotusaamet _ wedgeD . onota _ empttoresty _ our sawwhenitispinchedorhungina log . _ lSt Cut Use a wedge to remove pinched saw Turn saw OFF and use s plasticor 2 " d cut wooden wedge to force cut open . BUCKING USING A LOG OR Overcutting beginS on the top side of SUPPORT STAND the log with the bottom of the saw against the log . When overoutting use â¢ Remember your first cut is always on light downward pressure . the compression side of the log . ( Re - fer to the illustration below for your Overcuffing Undercuffing first and second cut ) . â¢ Your first cut should extend 1 / 3 of the diameter of the log . â¢ Finish with your second cut . Undercutting involvescutting on the undersideof the log with top of saw us , og cut against the log . When undemutting use light upward pressure . Hold saw firmlynd and maintain control . The saw will te - _ lSt Cut to push back toward you . WARNING : Never tum saw upside down to undercut . The saw cannot be controlledinthis position . Always make your first cut on the compression side of the log . 2ndCut First cut on compressionside of I . . o . o . og LIMBING AND PRUNING WARNING : Never climb into a tree to limb or prune . Do not stand on ladders , platforms , a log , or in any position which can cause you to lose your bal - Second cut # ance or control of the saw . IMPORTANT POINTS â¢ Watch out for spdngpoles . Springpoles are small size limbs which can whip toward you , or pull Rrst out on compressionside of log you off balance , Use extreme caution BUCKING WITHOUT A SUPPORT when cutting small size limbs . â¢ Be alert for springback . Watch out for â¢ Overcut through 1 / 3 of the diameter of branches that are bent or under pres - the log . sure . Avoid being struck by the , Roll the log over and finish with a sec - branch or the saw when the tension in ond overout . the wood fibers is released . Â° Watch for logs with a compresion side . See illustration above for cutting â¢ Frequently clear branches out of the way to avoid tripping over them . logs with a compression side . 10
LIMBING branchesarehigherthanyourshoul - â¢ Limbatreeonlyafterit iscut down . der . Geta professionatlo do the job . â¢ Leave the larger limbs underneath the â¢ Make your first cut 1 / 3 of the way felled tree to support the tree as you through the bottom of the limb . work . â¢ Next make a second cut all the way â¢ Start at the base of the felled tree and through the limb . work toward the top , cutting branches â¢ Finish the pruning operation by using and limbs . Remove small limbs with an overcut so that the stump of the one cut . limb protrudes I to 2 inches from the trunk of the tree . â¢ Keep the tree between you and the chain . Second cut â¢ Remove larger , supporting branches with the 1 / 3 , 2 / 3 cutting techniques de - scribed in the bucking section . â¢ Always use an overcut to cut small Rmt _ l and freely hanging limbs . Undercut - ting could cause limbs to fall and \ _ . / _ . . . _ 1 / 3 of way pinch the saw . PRUNING WARNING : Limit pruning to limbs I fromtrunk of tree shoulder height or below . Do not cut if CUSTOMER RESPONSIBILITIES Service Fill in dates as you complete , Before Afterl Ever , Every Yeady Dates Use Use 5hrs : 25 hrs . regular service Check for damaged / worn parts Check for loose fasteners / parts v ' Check chain tension e , , v " Check chain sharpness Check guide bar e , , Clean unit & labels / I Clean air filter v " Clean / inspect spark arrestor / i screen & inspect muffler Replace spark plug GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS runbetter and last longer . The warranty on this unit does not cov - WARNING : Disconnectthe spark plug er items that have been subjected to before performing maintenance except operator abuse or negligence . To re - for carburetoradjustments . calve full value from the warranty , the LUBRICATION operator must maintain unit as instruct - ed in this manual . Various adjustments 1 Bar 2 Bar Oil " _ will need to be made periodically to Sprocket FillCap _ ; ; propedy maintain your unit . â¢ Once a year , replace the spark plug , air filter element , and check guide bar and chain for wear . A new spark plug 1 Use sprocket lubrication and air filter element assures proper 2 Use Craftsman chainsaw bar oil air - fuel mixture and helps your engine 11
CHECK FOR DAMAGED OR Ad | us'dngScrew - 1 / 4 Turn - - _ , . WORN PARTS Replacement of damaged / worn parts shouldbe referred to yourSears Ser - vice Center . â¢ Lift up tip of guide bar to check for NOTE : It is normal for a small amount sag . Release tip of guide bar , then of oil to appear underthe saw after en - tum adjusting screw 1 / 4 turn clock - gine stops . Do not confuse thiswith a wise . Repeat until sag does not exist . leaking oiltank . â¢ While lifting tip of guide bar , tighten bar clamp nuts with the bar tool . â¢ On / Stop Switch - Ensure On / Stop Torque to 10 - 15 ft - lbs . switchfunctions properly by moving the switchto the " Stop " position . Make sure engine stops ; then restart engine and continue . â¢ Fuel Tank - Do not use saw if fuel tank shows signs of damage or leaks . â¢ Oil Tank - Do not use saw if oiltank shows signs of damage or leaks . â¢ Use the screwdriver end of the bar CHECK FOR LOOSE tool to move chain around guido bar . FASTENERS AND PARTS â¢ If chain does not rotate , it is too _ gM . â¢ Bar Clamp Nut Slightly loosen bar clamp nuts and â¢ Chain turn adjusting screw 114lum counter - â¢ Muffler clockwise . Refighten bar clamp nuts . â¢ Cylinder Shield â¢ If chain is too loose , it will sag below â¢ Air Filter the guide bar . DO NOT operate the â¢ Clutch Drum / Sprocket saw if the chain is loose . â¢ Handle Screws CHECK CHA1N SHARPNESS â¢ Vibration Mounts A sharp chain makes wood chips . . A â¢ Starter Housing dull chain makes a sawdust powder â¢ Handguard and cuts slowly . CHECK CHAIN TENSION CHAIN SHARPENING â¢ Use the screwdriver end of the bar Chain sharpening requires special tool to move chain around guide bar tools . You can purchase sharpening to ensure kinks do not exist . The tools at Sears or go to a professional chain should rotate freely . chain sharpener . CHECK GUIDE BAR Conditions which require guide bar maintenance : â¢ Saw cuts to one side or at an angle . â¢ Saw has to be forced through the cut . â¢ inadequate supply of oil to bar / chain . Check the condition of guide bar each time chain is sharpened . A wom guide Bar Clamp Nuts bar will damage the chain and make â¢ Loosen bar clamp nuts until they are cutting difficult . To maintain guide bar : finger tight against the bar clamp . â¢ Move On / Stop switch to = Stop . " â¢ Turn adjusting screw clockwise until â¢ Remove bar and chain from saw . chain barely touches the bottom of â¢ Clean all sawdust and any other guide bar . debris from thlP guide bar groove and sprocket hole after each use . _ Adjusting / Remove Sawdust From Guide Bar Groove Sprocket Hole â¢ Usingbar tool rollchainaroundguide â¢ q bar to ensureall linksare inbar groove . 12
â¢ Add lubricant to sprocket hole after INSPECT MUFFLER AND SPARK - , . each use . ARRESTOR SCREEN â¢ Burring of guide bar rails is a normal As the unit is used , carbon deposits process of rail wear . Remove these build up on the muffler and spark burrs with a flat file . arrestor screen , and must be removed â¢ When rail top is uneven , use a flat file to avoid creating a fire hazard or affect - to restore square edges and sides . ing engine performance . Replace the spark arrestor screen if File Edgesand breaks occur . sidesSquare MufflerDiffuser Wom Groove Correct Groove Spark Replace guide bar when the groove is Arrestor worn , the guide bar is bent or cracked , or when excess heating or burring of the rails occurs . If replacement is nec - essary , use only the guide bar specified for your saw in the repair parts list or on the decal located on the chain saw . CLEAN UNIT & LABELS Muffler â¢ Clean the unit using a damp cloth with Body MuffleCrover a mild detergent . â¢ Wipe off unit with a clean dry cloth . CLEAN AIR FILTER A dirty air filter decreases the life and CLEANING THE SPARK performance of the engine and in - ARRESTOR SCREEN creases fuel consumption and harmful Cleaning is r _ luired every 25 hours of emissions . Always clean your air filter operation or annually , whichever comes after 15 tanks of fuel or 5 hours of op - first . eration , whichever comes first . Clean â¢ Loosen and remove the 2 muffler cov - more frequently in dusty conditions . A er screws . used air filter can never be completely â¢ Remove the muffler cover ( cover cleaned . It is advisable to replace your air filter with a new one after every 50 snaps off muffler body ) . hours of operation , or annually , which - â¢ Remove muffler diffuser and spark ever comes first . To clean filter : arrestor screen assembly . Notice the orientation of these pads for reassem - â¢ Loosen 3 screws on cylinder cover . â¢ Remove cylinder cover . bling . â¢ Remove air filter . â¢ Clean the spark arrestor screen with a wire brush . Replace screen if breaks â¢ Clean the air filter using hot soapyer . are found . water . Rinse with clean cool wat â¢ Replace any broken or cracked muf - Air dry completely before reinstalling . fler parts . â¢ Lightly oil air filter before installing to â¢ Reinstall diffuser and spark arrestor improve the efficiency of air filter . Use 2 - cycle engine oil or motor oil ( SAE screen assembly with round holes 30 ) . Squeeze excess oil from filter . facing up . â¢ Reinstall air filter . Â° Reinstall muffler cover and 2 screws ( 7 - 8 ft - lbs ) . â¢ Reinstall cylinder cover and 3 screws ( 15 - 20 in - lbs . ) . REPLACE SPARK PLUG Cylinder Cover Air Filter Screws The spark plug shoukl be replaced each year to ensure the engine starts easier and runs better . Ignition timing is fixed and nonadjustable . Cylinder â¢ Loosen 3 screws on cylinder cover . Cover â¢ Remove the cylinder cover . â¢ Pull off the spark plug boot . â¢ Remove spark plug from cylinder and discard . 13
â¢ Replace with Champion RCJ7Y spark plug and tighten with a 3 / 4 inch socket wrench ( 10 - 12 ft - lbs ) . Spark plug gap should be . 025 in . â¢ Reinstall the spark plug boot . â¢ Reinstall the cylinder cover and 3 screws ( 15 - 20 in - lbs ) . Plug Cutters - Dep _ Gauge CHAIN REPLACEMENT CAUTION : Wear protective gloves when handling chain . The chain is sharp and can cut you even when it is not moving . It is normal for a new chain to stretch dur - Drive Links ing the first 15 minutes of operation . You â¢ Place chain over and behind dutch . should recheck your chain tension fre - â¢ Fit bottom of ddve links between teeth quently and adjust the chain tension as In sprocket nose . required . See Chain Tension section . â¢ Fit chain drive links into bar groove . â¢ Move On / Stop switch to the Stop â¢ Pull guide bar forward until chain is position . snug in guide bar groove . â¢ Replace the old chain when it be - â¢ Now , install bar clamp making sure comes worn or damaged . the adjustinc _ pin is positioned in the â¢ Use only the Low - Kickback replace - lower hole in the guide bar . ment chain specified in the repair parts list . The correct replacement bar and chain is also specified on a decal located on the chain saw . â¢ See your Sears Service Center to re - place and sharpen individual cutters on your chain . â¢ Remove bar clamp nuts . â¢ Remove bar clamp . Lower â¢ Remove the old chain . Hole Adjusting Guide Bar Pin â¢ Install bar clamp nuts and fingertight - Bar en only . Do not tighten any turther at Clamp this point . Bar Nuts â¢ Tum adjusting screw by hand coun - terclockwise until adjusting pin just touches the stop . â¢ Slide guide bar behind clutch drum Bar Clamp Nuts until guide bar stops against clutch drum sprocket . CHAIN ADJUSTMENT â¢ Carefully remove new chain from See " Chain Tension _ in Maintenance package . Hold chain with the ddve section . links as shown . 14
CLEAN FUEL FILTER Start motor , let it run for 3 minutes , and Tocleanfuelfilter , dramyourunitby proceed to the adjustment section . If runningdryof fuel , remove fuel cap / re - engine does not start , refer to trouble - tainer assembly from tank . Pull filter shooting chart or call 1 - 800 - 235 - 5878 . from tank and remove from line . Clean If engine performance is acceptable at with mild detergent and dnse . Dry thor - the preset positions and there is no oughly , reassemble . chain movement at idle , no further ad - justment is necessary . CARBURETOR ADJUSTMENT ADJUSTING PROCEDURE WARNING : The chain will be moving dudng most of this procedure . Wear Idle Speed - T your protective equipment and observe Allow engine to idle . Adjust speed until all safety precautions . Dudng the low engine runs without chain movement or speed mixture adjustment recheck idle stalling . speed after each turn of the screw . The â¢ Turn clockwise to increase engine chain must not move at idle speed . speed if engine stalls or dies . â¢ Tum counterclockwise to decrease Carburetor adjustment is critical and if speed . done impropedy can permanently dam - No further adjustments are 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 performing this proce - dure , call our customer assistance help Low Speed Mixture - L line at 1 - 800 - 235 - 5878 . Allow engine to idle . Then accelerate the engine and note performance . If en - Old fuel , a dirty air filter , dirty fuel filter , or flooding may give the impression of gine hesitates , bogs down , or smokes dudng acceleration , turn mixture screw an improperly adjusted carburetor . clockwise in 1 / 16 - turn increments until Check these conditions before adjust - ing the carburetor . performance jd satisfactory . Repeat this procedure as necessary for proper ad - The carburetor has been carefufly set at justment . After completing adjustments , the factory . Adjustments may be neces - check for acceleration and chain move - sary if you notice any of the following conditions : ment at idle . Reset if necessary . â¢ Chain moves at idle . See " Idle Speed " High Speed Mixture - H under adjusting procedure . DO NOT operate engine at full throttle â¢ Saw will not idle . See = Idle Speed " for prolonged pedods while making ad - and = Low Speed Mixture _ under ad - justments . Damage to the engine can justing procedure . occur . Make a test cut . Based on per - â¢ Engine dies or hesitates when it formance of the saw while cutting , ad - should accelerate . See " Acceleration just the high speed mixture setting in Check " under adjusting procedure . 1 / 16 - turn increments as follows : â¢ Loss of cutting power . See " High â¢ C _ od _ ee until _ h _ goed power in Speed Mixture H = under adjusting ti ' _ cutwithno hssitationD . onct _ ljust procedure . scundorspesd , juc how well the saw performs in the cut . There are three adjustment screws on â¢ Counterclockwise if 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 in the cut . above the pdmer bulb . After completing adjustments , check for CARBURETOR PRESETS acceleration and chain movement at When making adjustments , do not force idle . Reset _ necessa _ : the plastic limiter caps beyond the Acceleration Check stops or damage will occur . If the engine dies or hesitates instead of If carburetor presets are not needed , accelerating , tum the low speed mixture proceed to = Idle Speed - T . " â¢ Turn both mixture screws counter - adjustment counterdockwiso urn ] you have smooth acceleretion _ no chain clockwise until they stop . â¢ Turn the idle speed screw clockwise movement at idle . Recheck and adjust as until it stops ; Now tum counterclcck - necessary for acceptable performance . wise 4 - 1 / 2 full turns . 15
tive in minimizing the formation of fuel Prepare your unit for storage at the endor of the season or if it will not be used f gum deposits during storage . Add stabi - 30 days or more . lizer to the gasoline in the fuel tank or fuel storage container . Follow the mix WARNING : instructions found on stabilizer contain - â¢ Allow the engine to cool , and secure ers . Run engine at least 5 minutes after the unit before stodng or transporting . adding stabilizer . â¢ Store chain saw and fuel in a well CRAFTSMAN 40 : 1 , 2 - cycle engine oil ventilated area where fuel vapors ( air cooled ) is especially blended with cannot reach sparks or open flames fuel stabilizdr . If - you do not use this from water heaters , electric motors or Sears oil , you can add a fuel stabilizer switches , fumaces , etc . to yourfuel tank . - - 4 _ â¢ Store chain saw with all guards in place and position chain saw so that ENGINE any sharp object cannot accidentally â¢ Remove spark plug and pour 1 tea - cause injury . spoon of 40 : 1 , 2 - cycle engine oil ( air â¢ Store chain saw well out of the reach cooled ) through the spark plug open - of children . ing . Slowly pull the starter rope 8 to 10 times to distribute oil . EXTERNAL SURFACES â¢ Replace spark plug with new one of If your chain saw is to be stored for a recommended type and heat range . period of time , clean it thoroughly be - â¢ Clean air filter . fore storage . Store in a clean dry area . â¢ Check entire unit for loose screws , â¢ Lightly oil external metal surfaces and nuts , and bolts . Replace any dam - guide bar . aged , broken , or worn pads . â¢ Oil the chain and wrap it in heavy pa - â¢ At the beginhing of the next season , per or cloth . use only fresh fuel having the proper gasoline to oil ratio . FUEL SYSTEM OTHER Under Fueling Engine in the Operating Section of this manual , see message â¢ Do not store gasoline from one sea - son to another . labeled IMPORTANTregardingthe use of gasohol in your chain saw . â¢ Replace your gasoline can if it starts to rust . Fuel stabilizer is an acceptable altema - 16
TROUBLE SHOOTING CHART TROUBLE CAUSE REMEDY Engine will not â¢ Ignition switch off . â¢ Move Ignition switch to ON . start or will run â¢ Engine flooded . â¢ See " Starting Instructions â¢ â¢ â¢ Fill tank with correct fuel mixture . only a few â¢ Fuel tank empty . seconds after â¢ Install new spark plug . â¢ Spark plug not firing . starting â¢ Fuel not reaching â¢ Check for dirty fuel filter ; , replace . carburetor â¢ Check for kinked or split fuel line ; I repair or replace â¢ â¢ Carburetor requires â¢ See " Carburetor Adjustments . " adjustment â¢ â¢ None of the above . â¢ Contact Sears Service . â¢ See " CarburetorAdjustments . " - - Engine will not â¢ Idle speed set too high or too low . idle properly . â¢ See = Carburetor Adjustments . " â¢ Low Speed Mixture requires adjustmentom â¢ â¢ Crankshaft seals w â¢ Contact Sears Service â¢ â¢ Contact Sears Service â¢ â¢ Compression low â¢ â¢ Contact Sears Service . â¢ None of the above â¢ Clean or replace air filter . Engine will not â¢ Air filter dirty accelerate , â¢ Spark plug fouled , â¢ Clean or replace plug lacks power , and regap . or dies under â¢ Carburetor requires â¢ See " Carburetor Adjustments . " a load adjustment â¢ Exhaust ports or muf - â¢ Contact , _ ; ears Service . fler outletsplugged â¢ â¢ Contact Sears Service . â¢ Compression lowove â¢ â¢ None of the ab â¢ Contact Sears Service . i Engine smokes â¢ Choke partially on â¢ â¢ Adjust choke â¢ â¢ Fuel mixture incorrect â¢ excessively â¢ Empty fuel tank and refill with correct fuel mixture â¢ â¢ Air filter dirty â¢ â¢ Clean or replace air filter . â¢ See = Carburetor Adjustments â¢ " â¢ High Speed Mixture requires adjustment . â¢ Crankcase leak â¢ Contact Sears Service . â¢ Fuel mixture incorrect â¢ Engine runs â¢ See " FuelingYour Unit . " hot â¢ Spark plug incorrect â¢ â¢ Replace with correct plug . â¢ See â¢ Carburetor Adjustments . â¢ â¢ High Speed Mixture set too lean â¢ Contact Sears Service . â¢ Exhaust ports or muf - fler outlets plugged â¢ â¢ Clean spark arrestor screen â¢ Carbon build - up onen muffler outlet scre â¢ Clean area . â¢ Fan housing / cylinder fins dirty â¢ â¢ Contact Sears Service â¢ None of the above â¢ â¢ Fill oiltank . Oil inadequate â¢ Oil tank empty . â¢ Contact Sears Service for bar and â¢ Oil pump or oil filter chain clogged . lubrication blocked . â¢ Remove bar and clean . â¢ Guide bar oil hole 17
TROUBLE SHOOTING CHART - Continued TROUBLE CAUSE REMEDY Chainmoves â¢ Idlespeedrequires â¢ See â¢ Carburetor Adjustments . " i at idle speed , adjustment . â¢ Clutch requires repair . â¢ Contact Sears Service . Chain does â¢ Chain tension too â¢ See = Chain Tension . " not move tight . when engineted . â¢ Carburetor requires â¢ See " Carburetor Adjustments . " is accelera adjustment . â¢ Guide bar rails â¢ Repair or replace . pinched . â¢ Contact Sears Service . â¢ Clutch slipping . Chain clatters â¢ Chain tension incorrect . â¢ See = Chain Tension . " or cuts roughly . â¢ Cutters damaged . â¢ Contact Sears Service . â¢ Chain wom . â¢ Resbarpen or replace chain . â¢ Cutters dull , improperly â¢ See " Sharpening Chain " sharpened , or depth gauges too high â¢ Sprocketwom . â¢ Contact Sears Service . â¢ Chain installed â¢ Install chain in right direction . backwards . Chain stops â¢ Chain cutter tops not â¢ See " Sharpening Chain . " withinthe cut . filed flat . â¢ Guide bar burred or â¢ Repair or replace guide bar . bent ; rails uneven . / â¢ Contact Sears Service . â¢ Clutch slipping Chain cuts at â¢ Cutters damaged on â¢ See = Sharpening Chain . " one side . an angle . â¢ Chain dull on one side . â¢ See = SharpeningChain . " â¢ Guide bar bent or worn . â¢ Replace guide bar . 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 / CALIFORNIA maintenance of your lawn and garden equipment engine . EMISSION CONTROL Your emission control system includes WARRANTY STATEMENT parts suchas the carburetorand the igni - tion system . Where a warrantable condition exits , YOUR WARRANTY RIGHTS AND SEARS will repairyour lawn and garden equipment engine at no cost to you . Ex - OBLIGATIONS penses covered under warranty include The U . S . Environmental Protection diagnosis , parts and labor . Agency / Caiifomia Air Resources Board and SEARS , ROEBUCK AND CO . , USA MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY COVERAGE - - are pleased to explain the emissions control system warranty on your lawn If any emissions , _ elatedparton youren - ana garden equipment engine . All new gine ( as listed under EmissionsControl utility and lawn and garden equipment Warranty Parts Ust ) is defective or a de - engines must be designed , built , and fect in the matadals or workmanship of equipped to meet the stringent anti - the engine causes the failure of such an smog standards . SEARS must warrant emission related part , the partwill be re - the emission control system onyour lawn paired or replaced by SEARS . OWNER'SWARRANTY RESPON - and garden equipment engine for the pe - SIBILITIES - - riods of time listed below provided there has been no abuse , neglect , or improper As the lawn and garden equipment en - 18
gine owner , you are responsible for the shall be warranted for the pedod _ _ performance of the required mainte - of time up to the first scheduled replace - nance listed in your Owner's Manual . ment point for that pert . SEARS recommends that you retain all DIAGNOSIS - - receipts covedng maintenance on your The owner shall not be charged for diag - lawn and garden equipment engine , but nostic labor which leads to the deter - SEARS cannot deny warranty solely for mination that a warranted part the lack of receipts or foryour failure to is defective if the diagnostic work is per - ensure the performance of all scheduled formed at an approved SEARS servicing maintenance . center . As the lawn and garden equipment en - CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES - - _ iEne owner , you should be aware that ARS may deny you warranty cover - SEARS maybe liabte for damagasto oth - age if your lawn and garden equipment er engine componentscausedby the fail - engine or a part of it has failed due to ure of a warranted part still under war - abuse , neglect , improper maintenance , ranty . - _ - - : unapproved modifications , or the use of WHAT IS NOT COVERED - - parts not made or approved by the odgi - or All failures caused by abuse , neglect , nal equipment manufacturer . improper maintenance are not covered . You are responsible for presenting your lawn and garden equipment engine to a ADD - ON OR MODIRED PARTS - - SEARS authorized repair center as soon The use of add - on or modi _ d pads can as a problem exists . Warranty repairs be grounds for disallowing a warranty should be completed in a reasonable claim . SEARS amount of time , not to exceed 30 days . is not liable to cover failures of warranted If you have any questions regarding your dPartscaused by the use of add - on or mo - warranty dghts and responsibilities , you ified parts . should contact your nearest authodzed HOW TO FILE A CLAIM - - service center or call SEARS at 1 - 800 - 473 - 7247 . If you have any'questions regarding your warranty rights and responsibilities , you WARRANTY COMMENCEMENT should contact your nearest authodzed DATE - - service center or call SEARS at The warranty pedod begins on the date 1 - 800 - 473 - 7247 . the lawn and garden equipment engine is WHERE TO GET WARRANTY purchased . SERVICE - - LENGTH OFCOVERAGE - - Warranty services or repairs shall be pro - This warranty shall be for a pedod of two vided at all SEARS at 1 - 800 - 473 - 7247 years from the initial date of purchase . service centers . WHAT IS COVERED - - MAINTENANCE , REPLACEMENT REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT AND REPAIR OF EMISSION RE - OF PARTS - - LATED PARTS - - Repair or replacement of any warranted Any SEARS approved replacement part part will be performed at no charge to the used in the performance of any warranty owner at an approved SEARS servicing maintenance or repair on emission re - center , lated parts will be provided without If you have any questions regarding your charge to the owner if the part is under warranty fights and responsibilities , you warranty . should contact your nearest authodzed service center or call SEARS at EMISSION CONTROL WARRAN - 1 - 800 - 473 - 7247 . TY PARTS LIST - - 1 . Carburetor WARRANTY PERIOD - - 2 . ignitionSystem Any warranted part which is not sched - a . Spark Plug , covered up to uled for replacement as required mainte - maintenance schedule . nance , orwhich is scheduled only for reg - b . IgnitionModule ular inspection to the effect of " repair or MAINTENANCE STATEMENT - - replace as necessary " shall be war - The owner is responsible for the perfor - ranted for 2 years . Any warranted part which is scheduled for re - mance of all required maintenance as defined in the owner's manual . placement as required maintenance 19
REPAIR PARTS SEARS MODEL 351L3b ' 1440 _ WN : INING 13 143536 I 57 6 7 28 55 54 52 1 3 26 42 _ 4 _ 9 1 _ 2 11 10 2 15 I 19 23 18 17 4645 - - 20 29 24iii 5 Ref . Part No . De _ Rot Pml No , _ peon Rof , l _ m No . oe _ ' lptlon 1 . 530069724 49 . : 530015940 8c _ v Trigger & Lockout I _ t 24 , 530071259 Oil PumpKit 50 . 530037485 StarterHandle ( includesPin ) 0r _ 30 . 31 & 4S ) 2 . 530 _ 6119 Check Valve 26 , 530010846 51 . , 5300692 _ OilCap Ass'y . RopeK _ 3 . 530O878O9 W ' _ - l _ rottle 28 . 530016080 Sorew 52 . 5300158g2 Screw 4 . 530053711 ClutchCover 29 . 530016064 . Screw 53 . 530049336 FanHous _ 5 , 530015917 8e _ dBlock 54 . 530027531 Nut - Bar Mounting 30 . 530019206 RecoSap _ 6 . 530047969 Choke Leue Â¢ 31 . 530049477 55 . 530037817 Elbow - Oil Pickup Staftw PugW 7 . 530038406 Grommet - Choke Knob _ 530038373 Pick - Up Otler 56 . 530039209 Ry * h _ A _ . 8 . 53OO698O3 ChassisI _ t 33 - 530037821 OilFilter 57 . 530015127 Washer 9 . 530094188 ClutchSprig 34 . 530030189 58 . 530015920 Screw Plug - Oil Filter 10 . 530047061 Screw 59 . 530016134 ClutchDnJrnAss'y - 35 . 530015775 Nut - Flywheel w / Brg + 36 . 53 ( X ) 6g247 Fuel Line _ t 60 . 71 - _ 617 Ch _ dn - 14 " 11 . 530015611 Washer - Clutch 61 . 71 - 36365 Bar . - 14 " ( Larg0e _ . ) 12 . 530014949 CkJtchAss'y + 38 . 530047192 Fuel Cap Ass'y . 13 . Switchl . e _ r w / Retainer 14 . 530016149 Bo # - Bar . SwitchSpdng 40 . , _ 30016133 â¬ Not Shown 15 . Rug - Bronze Vent 41 . 530047663 Oi _ = _ do . _ , p'y . 16 . 530015g _ 2 Nut ( Incl _ . , 33 & 34 ) 530087618 OperatorManual 17 . 530029650 ChainC = tcher 42 , 5300160 _ 0 Screw 530O53818 Decal - Fan Housing 18 , 530015814 Screw 43 . 530016132 Screw 19 . 530015907 Wash _ - Thtuet 44 . 530015814 Screw 20 . 530015826 Pk _ - Bar Adjusting 45 . 530 ( _ 7820 Worm Gear Spring 22 , 53006,9611 Dust Seal Bar Ao'Just _ Screw 46 . 53001 _ 73199 War 47 . 530037 Front Handle 23 , 53O038238 Bar MountingPbzte 48 . , 5300 _ 8 _ 4 Handguerd 2O
REPAIR PARTS 2 14 12 13 J 18 27 3 4 5 6 16 3O 7 8 34 36 37 38 29 41 I35 Ref . Part No . Ref , Pan No . O _ . rlp _ oo O _ dptlon 1 . , 530031163 Bar Wrench 25 . , 530O47827 _ & e _ r _ _ s _ . 2 . Fo _ rv , - AirFilter 530037793 26 . 530037935 ca _ cr _ = _ e Nut 3 , 530016101 27 . 530016136 Clip 4 . 53O0 _ 7804 28 . 530047442 GroundSVap Air FilterHousi _ 5 . 53OO69703 C4rbummr16t 29 . 530069608 EngineGasket Kit 0rid . 12 & 13 ) ( IncL6 . 17 . 19 & 33 ) 6 . . 53O01 _ 19 C = rb . Gasket 30 . 530052296 W ' _ Harness Ass'y . 7 . 530015810 Screw 31 . 530014 , _ F . eaP _ up Ass'y . 8 . 53OO497OO 32 . , 530037 " 052 Heat Insu _ tor Gad ) uretor Adapter 9 . 530016187 So'ew . Muf _ erGasketPlale . oo1 I 10 . 530016102 Scow MufflerBack 11 . 53O063184 35 . 5 _ 04 " F _ ff / Cylb _ 4 " ShkDId Muf , eAr ss'y . 12 . 530038318 UmiterCap - Higl _ ( _ cL33 - 34 & 3o - . _ ) 13 , 530038317 I 36 . 530037813 Muffle = D " iffuser UmiterCap , - Low 14 . 53O04 _ 44 37 . 53O0361 _ Gro ( ' nmet - CarbAdjust Spark / West _ Scree _ 15 , 53O047213 38 . 53001613O , Screw . _ r PurgeAss'y . 16 . 530069216 Pdmer LineWn IgnitionModule ( Small Dia ) 530015814 17 . 530016090 Screw 41 . 952706606 Cha _ BrakeK _ t 16 , 71 - 65849 i 42 , 530049714 S _ rkRug ( CJ - TY ) Sea _ . arb _ . ( Lower ) 19 . 53O01 _ 49 Gad < et - Gad ) Adaptor 43 . 530049715 Sea _ , arb , . _ ; xer ( Upper ) 20 . 53O069931 _ K _ 21 . 53OO696O4 Pbton I _ t NotShown pncL22 & 23 ) 22 . 53O0296 _ PistonRing 53OO38486 Oecat - StQp 23 . 53OO15697 Retsiner - - Pisot nPin 53OO53634 Decal - IBarClampnstr . 24 . 530047O62 53OO49246 C _ ft Ass'y . De , _ - - Star _ ng oaon 21
REPAIR PARTS Carlxwetof Assembly Kit Number # 530069 ? 03 KIT * - - D _ . Â° Kit - I Kit l r 4 KIT KIT NO . De _ dptlon 1 . 530038318 L _ iter Cap - High 2 . _ 17 LImiterCap - Low & 53006 _ 26 CarburetorRepair Kit ( lOT = Contents ) - 530069644 Gasket / DiaphragmKit ( , = Co _ te _ ts } 5 . 53003 , , % _ 3 Needle - Low Speed & . 5300 _ 5 _ 4 Needl @ - Hk3hSpeed 7 . S3OO3S2 _ N _ oleSp _ g . - LowSpeed B . 530035295 Needle Spr _ - High Speed 22
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|0||530053834||Decal bar clamp|
|1||530069724||Trigger and lockout kit (includes pin)|
|10||530047061||Assembly - clutch drum with bearing|
|20||530015826||Adjustable bar - pin|
|26||530010846||Oil cap assembly|
|31||530049477||Elbow - oil pickup|
|32||530038373||Oil pick - up|
|45||530037820||Worm gear spacer|
|0||530053834||Decal bar clamp|
|12||530038318||Limiter cap - high (red)|
|13||530038317||Limiter cap - low (blue)|
|14||530049244||Grommet - carburetor adjust|
|15||530047213||Air purge assembly|
|18||71-85849||Spark plug (cj-7y)|
|22||530029805||Ring - piston|
|25||530047827||Seal and bearing assembly|
|31||530014362||Fuel pickup assembly|
|32||530037652||Insulator - heat|
|36||530037813||Diffuser - muffler|
|4||530037804||Air filter housing|
|42||530049714||Seal, carburetor adapter - lower|
|5||530069703||Carburetor kit (incl 12 and 13)|
|6||530019239||Gasket - carburetor|
|0||530053834||Decal bar clamp|
|1||530038318||Limiter cap - high (red)|
|2||530038317||Limiter cap - low (blue)|