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ilsears owner's manual MODEL NO . 358.352320 358.352350 2.3A 2.3PS ® Maintenance o Assembly o Repair Parts o Operation CAUTION : Record in the space provided below the Model No . and Serial No . Read Rules for of your saw , These numbers are located on the starting instructions decal , Safe Operation and Instructions Model No . Serial No , Carefully Retain these numbers for future reference Sears , Roebuck and Co . , Chicago , Ill . 60684 U . S . A . Simpsons - Sears Ltd . , Toronto , Canada
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SAFETY RRST O Keep others out of the work area when the saw is DON'T running O Don't use the saw when you are tired BE CAREFUL O Don't start cutting until you have a clear work area O Don't climb in a tree with a saw - it is very dangerous secure footing , and a planned retreat from a falling Get professional hetp . tree O Be careful cutting small branches and bushes - smail O Don't use a saw that is damaged or poorly adjusted limbs may catch the chain and be whipped toward you O Don't touch a moving chain [ ] LOOK OUT FOR KICKBACK O Don't use the saw in an enclosed area O When the moving chain at the nose of the bar touches an object , the bar and chain can be thrown upward with consldelabte force . This is KICKBACK ! O Wear safe footwear , snug - fitting clothing , and eye , hear - ing . and head protection O Hold the saw firmly with both hands O Don't overreach O Be careful handling fuel C ) Hold the saw firmly with both hands O Don't let the nose of the bar contact a log . . branch , etc , O Carry the saw with the engine stopped the bar and O Cut only at high engine speeds chain to the rear , and the muffler away from you O Don't reach above shoulder height to cut - the chain is O Shut off the engine before setting it down too close to your face in this position O Keep the handles free of o1 ] and fuel O Keep your chain sharp t • I ) \ , e , ¢ DO NOT USE WATCH FOR THE SAW WHEN NEVER USE THE SAW USE BOTH HANDS KICKBACK IT NEEDS REPAI R WHEN TIRED WHEN OPERATING GENERAL TIPS Safety First Whatis good performance ? Dress Safely - Loose clothing may get caught in moving parts . Wood Chips Tell You A Lot - The chips should , e about the It's A One Man Job - Keep others out of the work area when the size of the chain teeth . If they are small and powd • Hke , your engine is running chain is dull . Get it Sharpened ! LOOK OUT FOR KICKBACK - Don't let the tip of the bar Don't Press Hard - Light pressure is enough Heavy pr , sure can touch anything while the engine is running . cause unsafe conditions Check for a dull chain or _ rn bar Take care of your saw ( See Guide Bar Maintenance and Chain Sharpening ) . Keep the Chain Out of the Dirt - - Even a small amount of dirt Cut Only At High Speeds - Keep the throttle wide open when on the log will dull the chain quickly cutting Don't run the engine at high speed when not cuttingl Keep the Chain Sharp - A dull chain is unsafe and will cause It Should Cut Smoothly - if the engine stalls or bogs with light excessive wear to other parts pressure , check the carburetor setting and the air filter Don't Force the Saw Out of a , Jam - Use a wedge , an axe , a Performance and Safety - Keep your saw running well and your work wiH be easier and safer crowbar , or another saw , but don't force it out oooooo For ' 90 days from date of purchase , Sears will repair any defect in material or work - rnanship in this gasoline chain saw at no charge , Co oooo If the chain saw is used for commercial or rental purposes , the warranty applies for only 30 days from the date of purchase , o Oo Warranty service is available by contacting the nearest Seats store or Service Center o < CC ) ooo throughout the United States . This warranty gives you specific legal rights , and you may also have other rights < cC _ o < : CC _ which vary from state to state . o O , t0 _ j _ SeaRrso , ebuck and Co . , BSC41 - 3 Sears Tower , Chicago , ILL 60684
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TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTALLING THE BAR AND CHAIN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 GUIDE BAR MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 CHAIN SHARPENING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 - 9 " TEMPERATURE LIMITING MUFFLER INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 * See m _ portant notice ot _ page 19 regarding states requiring temperature / # mitfng muffler cover SPECI F ICAT IONS 358.352320 358 ° 352350 ( Craftsman 2 , , 3 A ) ( Craftsman 2.3 PS ) SPARK PLUG . . . iC . hampion c J8 Champio n CJ8 SPARK PLUG ' ' GA'P . 023 to . 027 " . 023 to , 027 " MODULE AIR GAP , 008 to . 012 " . 008 to . 012 " IGNITION Solid State Solid State . . . . ( 16 : 1 ) ½ Pt , , O'il to . . . . . . . . . . . . ( ! 6 : t ) ½ Pt . oil to FUEL MIX I Ga ! . Re 9 . Gasol ! , , ne , , , ! , Gal . Re £ _ Gasolin e GUIDE BA'R . . . . . . . . . . . 16 " Low Kick SN 16 " Low Ki £ ! £ SN . . . . . . . . . . . . . LowProfile 3 / 8 Pitch Low Profile Barracuda CHAIN Chrome Cutters 3 / 8 Pitch Chrome Cutter . _ MUFFLER Spark Arresting . Spark Arresting Serial and Model No Oil PUmp Button Choke Starter Handle Guide Bar Nose Chain _ hrottle Trigger _ tart Stop Switch , _ Gas Cap Ct _ oke Knob Oil Pump Button Throttle Trio Gulde Bar Nose _ . Guide Bar HAND GUARD MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS CAP HAND GUARDS DO NOT ELIMINATE THE POSSIBILITY SCREWS e _ OF INJURY AS A RESULT OF KICKBACI { OR LOSS OF CONTROL OF THE CHAIN SAW READ OPERATING HANDGUARD INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY 1 Assemble the hand guard to the bend in the handlebar as shown Be sure alignment pin on guard is inserted in hole in handlebar Do not tighten the screws 2 Make sure the hand guard is parallel to the handlebar Alternately tighten each hand guard mounting screw maintain - ing an even gap between the hand guard and mounting cap 3 Tighten the mounting screws until the hand guard and mounting cap are pulted together Caution : Screws must be tightened evenly to prevent break - age
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INSTALLING THE BAR AND CHAIN Always wear gloves when handling the chain ! It is sharp ! I Remove the bar mounting screw washer , and bar clamp with the bar wrench supplied with your saw Remove one ( I ) of the two guide plates ( Figure I ) , , 2 Setting the adjusting pin all the way to the rear ( Figure 5 ) , place the guide bar slot over the guide bar studs and slide it to the rear ( Figure 2 } 3 . = Fit the chain over the clutch and onto the guide bar Be BarClamp sure the cutters face the way shown in Figure 3 and that the drive link tangs engage the sprocket teeth , On Crafts - man 2 3PS engage chain drive links in groove of _ im sprock - et teeth Figure 1 4 , With the adjusting pin fitted into the bar ( Figure 3 ) 0 replace guide plate , bar clamp , washer , and tighten the bar mount - ing screw FINGER TIGHT , 5 Holding the tip of the bar up ( Figure 5 ) turn the adjusting screw clockwise until the chain is snug on the bar , 6 , Lift the chain near the middle of the bar ( Figure 6 ) When tensioned _ ight , the chain will lift about 1 / 8 " from the bar Figure 6 shows the correct tension , Adjust your chain unti ! it looks like this 7 Holding the bar tip up , tighten the bar clamp screw firmly , , The chain should move freely around the bar but not sag below it CHECK THE CHAIN STRETCHES WHEN USED , Figure 2 TENSION OFTEN ! : : : : : : : : Adjusting Screw Figure 5 Figure 3 l : la _ ' _ g _ out Ot _ lway Ito _ l'i gu = dl _ Adjusting Pin bat o _ both _ ede _ Guide Plate Figure 6 Figure 4
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Before Starting 4 . Hold the starter handle in your left hand . 5 , Push the saw away from you while pulling the starter O Check the chain tension Is the chain sharp ? quickly O Are the handles clean of gas and oil ? HOLD THE SAW FIRMLY Do not let the starter snap O Did you fill the fuel AND oil tanks ? back Hold the handle and let the rope rewind slowly FUEL and OIL 6 After a few puIls , the engine will fire Fuel Mix : 16 parts gasoline to 1 part oil ( 1 / 2 pint oil to one 7 Return the choke to its original position gallon gasoline ) Use air cooled two cycle engine oii for fuel 8 , Pull until the engine starts , Allow 8 to 10 pulls for a new mix CAUTION : unit or one which has been stored for time , When preparing fuel mixture , mix only the amount needed for The chain must not move when the engine idles . , See main - the job you are to do . . Do not use fuet mixture that has been tenance section stored tonger than two ( 2 ) months . Fuel mixture stored longer 9 . If engine does not fire after 5to 6pulls , it may be flooded than this will cause hard starting and poor performance of Push choke off ( clockwise ) and pull starter several times your saw If fuel mix has been stored in your saw longer than this time it should also be removed and filIed with a fresh while holding trigger at wide open throttle If saw has run mixture before using out of fuel 8 to 10 puns with choke on may be required Chain Oil : For cold weather operation , above 30 ° F , use to restart engine When restarting a hot engine , or one straight Craftsman Bar and Chain Lubricant 30 ° F to 0 ° F , which has just been refueled , you may have to choke the use 5 % diesel fuel # : 1 or kerosene and 95 % Lubricant ; below engine for one or two pulls 0 ° F , use 10 % diesel fuel if ' I or kelosene and 90 % Lubricant 10 To stop engine , move switch back to " stop " position The If Bar and Chain Lubricant is not diluted adequately , ti _ e oil engine may also be stopped by pushing the choke lever to system of the chain saw will not pump enough oil for adequate the right ( counter clockwise ) lubrication of Bar and Chain A WORD ABOUT CHAIN OILING I Fill the oil lank each time you fill the fuel tank Lack of oit on the chain will quickly ruin the bar and chain 2 You wilt use at least 1 / 3 tank of oil for each tank of gas If you use less , check for a plugged oil hole in the guide bar Use clean oil Do not let sawdust or dirt into the oi ! tank Clean the oil cap and the area around it before removing , A little oil will pump out after the engine stops Oil on the _ oar and chain will drip off after use Let the saw stand and cool off Wipe the bottom clean before storing STARTING Move bystanders and obstructions well out of reach ! Release the trigger after the engine starts 1 Move ignition switch forward to " start " 2 Push choke lever " on " ( to right ) 3 Hold the rear handle in your right hand and squeeze the Push the saw away from you while pulling the starter quickly trigger CUTTING TIPS _ ' Read the safety tips in the front of this manual . Always keep your chain sharp , Plan Ahead Check The Wind - If it is strong enough to move the top of _ q3 the tree , DONT CUT ! Come back another day ! Check The Lean - Tie a weight to a piece of string about 3 feet long . Hang the weight in your line o _ sight The string is a good vertical line to help you iudge the lean of the tree The tree witl try to fall the way it is leaning . Check The Weight Distribution - A tree is heavier on the side with the most limbs . It will try to fall on its heavy side Trim a few limbs to " balance " the tree Direction of Fall ' Clear The Work Area - You need a clean area all around the < - - tree for good footing Get everything out of the area where the tree will fall People , pets , cars , etc Find a Retreat Path - Know which way you are going when the tree starts to fall Make sure it is clear .
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FELLING ( Cutting down a tree ) A Small Trees - Less than 8 " across 1 If there is doubt about the direction of fatl , use " notch " method described in B recti0n 2 . . Make a single felling cut on the side away from the Fellin direction of fall . Don't cut all the way through ! Cut of Fall 3 , When the tree starts to fall , turn saw off , put the saw down and GET AWAY QUICKLY ! B Large Trees - 8 " or larger across ( Fig X ) 1 . The notch is very important The tree will try to fall " into " the notch 2 . . Make the bottom notch cut first , about 1 / 3 to 1 / 2 way into the tree 3 Complete the notch with the slant cut Remove the wedge of wood before going on , Fig . X 4 , The felling cut is next Make it on the side opposite the notch 5 It is made 2 " higher than the bottom of the notch 6 . DO NOT try to cut through to the notch . . 7 . Asthe treestartsto fall , turn saw off , put thesaw clown and GET AWAY QUICKLY ! BUCKING Bucking is the sawing of a log or fallen tree into smaller pieces _ Fig . Y [ ] Use Both Hands - grip the saw firmly with the thumb and forefinger wrapped around the handle O Stand Uphill - a log that is cut loose wilt roll downhill . [ ] Keep The Chain Out Of The Dirt - dirt will dull the chain . A dull chain is unsafe , [ ] Stand to the left of the saw _ How To ( Fig _ Y ) A In area " A " , come up from the bottom 1 / 3 of the way . Finish by coming down from the top , B In area " B ' , come down from the top t / 3 of the way . Finish by coming up from the bottom PRUNING AND DEBRANCHING 1 Be Careful O Use Both Hands - keep a firm grip . O Look Out For Kickback - - don't let the tip of the bar touch anything while the engine is running = O Don't Cut Overhead - keep the saw below chest high ° The chain is too close to your face in this position 2 Pruning ( Cutting limbs from standing tree ) O Don't Use The Saw in A Tree - It is very dangerous _ Get professional help , . O Keep Both Hands On The Saw - keep a firm grip O Be Sure Of Your Support - don't cut off balance , O Cut Up From The Bottom , Finish Down From The Top ° 3 Debranching ( Cutting the limbs from a fallen tree ) O Cut On The Opposite Side Of The Tree - keep the tree between you and the chain , O Be Sure Of Your Footing - work slowly and deliberately O Look Out For Springpoles - limbs bent under pressure wilt snap up at you when cuL
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MAINTENANCE Carburetor Adjustment Figure 7 _ t BE CAREFUL ! The chain will be moving during this procedure 1 Stop the engine 2 Remove the carburetor cover ( Figure 7 ) Turn the high speed ( Figure 8 ) and low speed mixture screws clockwise _ ( Figure 8 ) until they stop Don't tighten them , you may damage the needle seats ! 3 . Turn the high speed and low speed mixture screws one full turn counterclockwise 4 Start the engine If it stops , increase the idle speed ! Figure 8 ) by turning the idle speed screw clockwise _ , Keep dirt and sawdust away from the carburetor while the cover is removed , 5 , Run the engine for a few minutes to bring it up to operating temperature 6 Set the idle speed as fast as possible without the chain I / moving Turn the idle speed screw clockwise _ = _ for faster idle . counterclockwise _ for slower idle 7 Squeeze the trigger quickly If the engine stops , restart it The engine should accelerate without hesitating when the Figure 8 trigger is squeezed If it does not , turn the tow speed mixture screw counterclockwise _ 1 / 16 of a turn and Choke Closed check the acceleration again If the idle speed slows while adjusting the low speed mixture , reset the idle speed as in step 6 Continue step 7 until acceleration is smooth 8 Make a test cut with the saw ( keep sawdust out of the carburetor ! ) 9 If the engine seems to smoke excessively in the cut , turn High Speed the high speed mixture screw clockwise _ 1 / 16 of a Mix Screw turn Repeat step 8 and 9 , if necessary WARNING : The high speed needle must never be less than 7 / 8 turn open Too lean of a setting will quickly ruin the engine 10 If the engine seems to weaken or lose power in the Low Speed cut , turn the high speed mixture screw counterclock - Mix Screw wise _ 1 / 16 of a turn at a time until the saw cuts Idle Speed smoothly The high speed mixture screw should not be Screw open more than tY & turns ( counterclockwise _ ) from the stopped position in step 2 1 1 Reset the idle speed ( see step 6 ) Replacing carburetor cover _ ' Incorrect placement of the cover will prevent the choke Figure 9 from working t Move the choke knob a [ t the way in the choke direction 2 Move the choke shutter to the choke closed position ( See Figure 8 ) 3 Place the cover on the saw and tighten the screws Air Filter 4 Check the operation of the choke If the knob sticks or won't move , remove the cover and repeat the procedure above Air Filter Clean the air filter after every t0 tanks of gas or every 5 hours of operation . 1 Remove the carburetor cover and pull out the filter ( Figure 9 ) 2 DO NOT clean your filter in gasoline or other flammable solvent Blow the dirt off with compressed air or wash filter in soap and water 3 . Replace the filter and carburetor cover
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Starter Rope If your rope breaks near the pulley , it can be repaired by this Figure 10 method . Otherwise , replace the rope , . 1 Remove the pulley screw and pulley very carefully . The recoil spring ties beneath the _ pulley Twist the pulley gently as you pull up to release the spring ° The spring must stay in the housing , flat against the bottom , 2 . Burn the rope end and run it through a rag before it cools . An enlarged end will keep the rope from fitting onto the pulley . . Don't touch the burned end , . It is hot ! 3 Feed the rope through the housing , into the pulley , and up through the pulley hole as in Figure 10 . . A sharp objen _ tor stiff wire will help you get the rope through the hOler . 4 . . Tie a knot in the end of the rope Pull it very tight against the pulley / 5 , Replace the pulley in the housing , Be sure the pulley isall the way down and the spring is engaged Replace and tighten the putley screw . 6 Rewind all the rope onto the pulley " by turning counterclockwise lf _ Figure 11 7 . Putl about 5 inches out as shown in Figure 11 and set the rope in the pulley slot 8 Make three complete turns of the pulley clock - wise _ = _ . Pul ! the starter handle to the full extent of the rope and let the rope rewind slowly . GUIDE BAR MAINTENANCE V Check the condition of the guide bar often , A worn bar will damage the chain and make cutting harder 1 Figure 12 shows a cross - section of the guide bar Keep the edges square as in 1 with a flat file 2 Roltover is shown in 2 . This wili cause you to press extra Figure 12 hard when cutting , , 3 Worn rails are shown in 3 This occurs most often at the guide bar nose 4 . Uneven rails are shown in 4 This will cause the saw to P cut on an angle Uneven Correct Rollover Worn 5 Keep the rails flat and square as shown in 1 , . Rails Raiis & Rails Groove CHAIN SHARPENING ( Refer to page 10 for tools ) Figure 13 Figure 14 O Keep Your Chain Sharp File Guide Dirt will duel a chain instantly Keep the chain out of the dirt , \ if the chain cuts to one side , it is dull Extra rough cutting is a sign of a dul _ chain , , Powder - like wood chips mean a dull chain Cutting is much easier and safer with a sharp chain _ Press Hard Align ] ' he File Holder O To Sharpen 358.352320 ( Craftsman 2 ° 3 A Only ) Figure 16 Figure 15 1 Set the chain tension right You must still be able to move the chain around the bar , ' \ / 2 Clamp the guide bar in a vise , Don't clamp the chain ! Clamp in the center of the bar 3 Use 5 / 32 " file only 4 , Sharpen all the cutters away from you first , Then turn the saw around and sharpen the cutters on the other side _ Always Check Depth Gauges File In One Direction Only 5 . AIign the file holder marks with the bar as shown in Figure 13 . Using 30 ° mark on file holder .
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6 . Holdthefilelevelp , erpendicutlaorthebar , Figure14 Always check the depth gauge with the depth gauge filing guide after filing : If the depth gauge sticks out , file it off 7 FileinONEdirection only ! Figure 15 with a flat file , Figure 16 8 . Press hard ! Two or three strokes should do it Figure t7 SHARPENING 358.352350 ( ' Craftsman 2.3PS Only ) 1 With engine " OFF " , adjust the chain to fit snug on bar ( Figure 6 , page 4 ) . 2 . . Rotate depth adjustment knob counterclockwise ( opposite direction of arrow on knob ) until tight ( Figure 17 ) 3o Start engine , allow it to warm up , then with engine at HALF throttle , push oscillating knob ( Figure _ 7 ) to the extreme left out of locking slot and pull back on knob _ If sparks do not appear coming from top of g _ ide bar in front Oscillating Knob , pth Adjusting Knob of bar clamp release knob and turn depth adjusting knob one click in direction of arrow . Pull back on oscillating knob again . Repeat above procedure until a small shower of sparks can be seen . Figure 18 4 _ When sparks appear , move the oscillating knob rapidly from side to side . . It should take about 5 to 10 seconds to sharpen a dull chain . . DO NOT oversharpen . A properly sharpened chain cutter is illustrated in Figure 18 . 5 . About every 4th or 5th power sharpening , the cutter side plates should be filed Top View of Cutter Top Plate _ , , _ _ . A Correctly Shaped _ _ _ _ 22 % o _ / / FILING ( 358.352350 Craftsman 2,3PS Only ) _ . - Cutting Tooth Io Set the chain to proper tension . You must still be able to move the chain around the bar . 2 , Clamp the guide bar in a vise , Don't clamp the chain ! 7 , Clamp in the center of the bar ° Side Plate Figure 19 , Holder Figure 21 , 3 . Use 5 / 32 " file only . 4 Align the file holder marks with the bar as shown in Figure File Guide Figure 20 21 , using 22 ° mark on file holder Figure 22 / 5 _ Hold the file level , perpendicular to the bar , Figure 2 I . 6 . File in ONE direction only ! Figure 22 , 7 . Sharpen all the cutters away from you first . Then turn the saw around and sharpen the cutters on the other side . Press hard ! Two or three strokes should do it Direction t _ File in One Press Hard Only STORING YOUR CHAIN SAW 2 Start Engine and allow to run at idle speed until all fuel is used . Once you have finished using the saw and it is to be idle for 3 Drain oil from oil tank several months , follow these steps before storing the saw 4 Coat guide bar and chain with oil to prevent rust . 1 Drain fuel from the tank 5 . Store in a dry area and cover to protect from dust ,
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1535018 Screw circuit plate
1635021 Screw assembly-metering cover
1735017 Screw-pump cover
1835036 Spring-high speed needle
1935023 Spring-idle needle
235003 Cover-metering diaphragm
2035038 Spring idle adj. screw
2135047 Spring-metering lever
2235024 Spring-throttle return
2335053 Needle-hight speed adj.
2435039 Needle-idle adj.
2535027 Screen-inlet
2635028 Pin-metering lever
2735042 Plate-circuit
2835031 Lever-metering
335033 Cover-fuel pump
435034 Shaft-throttle
535006 Shutter-throttle
635008 Valve-inlet needle
735009 Gasket-fuel pump
835012 Gasket-circuit plate
935011 Gasket-metering diaphragm
063685 Owner's manual
035049 Kwik kit-repair
032-36153 Heat shield
023931 Warranty decal
155046 File holder includes file
255004 5/32 in. file
355023 Jointer depth guage
43157 Wrench-spark plug