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IMPORTANT MANUAL I ) ( 4 Not Throw Away Operator'sl Manua Model No . 358.355141 Always Wear Eye Protection S 8 / CRRFT Mn # GASOLINE CHAIN SAW Ak WARNING : Read the Operator's Manual and Follow All Warnings and Safety Instructions . Failure To Do So Can Result in Serious Injury . ® Maintenance ® Assembly ® Operation ® Repair Parts Sold by Sears , Roebuck and Co . , Hoffman Estates , IL 60179 USA j 530 - 068510 - 1 - 11 / 12 / 92 © Sears , Roebuck and Co . , 1992
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ONE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY ON CRAFTSMAN GASOLINE CHAIN SAW _ Excludin _ hain , Spark plu _ r , and Starter Rope ) FoI OneYem t _ omdateofpurchase whenthischainsawismaintained lubAcated andtunedupaccordlngtotheope _ atingandmainte - nance instructions in the ope _ ator's manual , Sears will r epair free of c _ arge any defe _ t in materlal o _ workmanship This warranty ex - cludes the bar , chain , spark plug , aiz filter _ and _ tm ter rope which are expendable parts and become worn during normal use If this Chain Saw is used fbl commercial or rental purposes , this wa _ Tanty applies far only 30 days f _ om the date ofpu _ vhase WARRANTY SERVICE IS AVAILABLE BY CONTACTING THE NEAREST SEARS SERVICE CENTER / DEPARTMENT IN THE UNITED STATES This warranty app ! ies on ! y while this product is in use in the United States This warranty gives you specific legal rights , and you may also have other rights which vary f _ om state to state SEARS , ROEBUCK AND CO . / DEPT . D / 817WA , HOFFMAN ESTATES , IL 60179 TABLE OF CONTENTS SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 B , Tree Felling Techniques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 SPECIAL SAFETY SECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 C Bucking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 KNOW YOUR UNIT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 D Debranching and Pruning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 GENERAL MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 A Getting Ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 A , Guide Bar and Chain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 B , Attaching the Handguard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B _ Spark Arrestor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 C Attachingthe Bar and Chain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78 D . Chain Tension . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C . Starter Rope . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 PREPARING YOUR SAW FOR USE . . . . . . . . . . 9 D Carburetor Adjustments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 A Fueling Your Engine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 910 E . Air Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 B . Bar and Chain Lubricant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F . Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 STARTING YOUR UNIT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 ! G Trouble Shooting Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 A Pre - Operation Checks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 B . Starting Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 H . Maintenance Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 TYPES OF CUTTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 ACCESSORIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 PARTS & SERVICE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Back Cover A , Basic Cutting Technique . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Handguard _ . _ , _ Choke Knob Throttle Low - Kickback / Chain Handlebar _ Rear Fuel Cap Reduced Kickback Guide Bar Oil Cap Start / Stop Switch SPECIFICATION CHART MODEL : 358.355141 - 2,0 / 14 " DISPLACEMENT : 2.0 Cu . In . Muffler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 " ; ' Reduced Kickback GUIDE BAR : P / N 71 - 36365 Bar Clamp CHAIN : 3 / 8 " Pitch Chrome Cutters THIS SAW IS FOR P / N 71 - 3617 OCCASIONAL USE ONLY FUEL MIX : Gasoline / Oil Mixture - 40 : 1 ( see " Fueling Your Engine " ) SPARK PLUG : Champion ( CJ - 8 ) SPARK PLUG GAP : . 025 " Solid State IGNITION : MODULE AIR GAP : . 010 " to . 014 " Automatic OILER : MUFFLER : Temperature Limiting / Spark Arresting - 2 -
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WARNINGS AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ( See Additional Safety Instructions throughout this Manual ) _ UARD AGAINST KICKBACK REDUCE THE CHANCE OF KICKBACK Kickback is a dangerous reaction that can lead to serious 1 . Recognize that kickback can happen . With a injuw Do not rely only on the safety devices provided with basic understanding of kickback , you can reduce your saw As a chain saw user , you must take special safety the element of surprise which contributes to acci - _ recautions to help keep your cutting jobs free from acci - dents , ent or injury . 2 . Never let the moving chain at the tip of the KICKBACK WARNING guide bar contaet any object . Figure 1 Kickback can occur when the moving chain con - 3 , Keep the working area free from obstruc - tacts an object at the upper portion of the tip of tions such as other trees , branches , recks , fences , the guide bar or when the wood closes in and stumps , etc Figure 2 . Eliminate or avoid any ob - pinches the saw chain in the cut . Contact at the struction that your saw chain could hit while you upper portion of the tip of the guide bar can are cutting through a particular log or branch , cause the chain to dig into the object , which 4 Keep your saw chain sharp and properly ten - stops the chain for an instant . The result is a sioned . A loose or dull chain can increase the lightning fast , reverse reaction which kicks the chance ofkickbackto occur Followmanufacturer's guide bar up and back toward the operator . If chain sharpening and maintenance instructions . the saw chain is pinched along the top of the guide bar , the guide bar can be dmven rapidly Check tension at regular intervals with the engine back toward the operator . Either of these reac - stopped , never with the engine running . Make sure tions can cause loss of saw control which can re - the bar clamp nuts are securely tightened after ten - sult in serious injury . sioning the chain , 5 _ Begin and continue cutting at full throttle . If Kickback the chain is moving at a slower speed , there is great - er chance for kickback to occur . Path 6 Cut one log at a time . 7 Use extreme caution when re - entering a previous cut . 8 . Do not attempt plunge cuts . 9 Watch for shifting logs or other forces that could close a cut and pinch or fall into chain . 10 . Use the Reduced - Kickback Guide Bar and / . . . . 1 [ Low - Kickback Chain specified for your saw , Figure 1 MAINTAIN CONTROL 1 . Keep a good , firm grip on the saw with both Avoid hands when the engine is running and don't Obstructions let go . Figure 3 . A firm grip can neutralize kick _ back and helpyou maintain control of the saw Keep the fingers of your left hand encircling and you left thumb under the front handlebar , Keep your right hand completely around the rear handle whether your are right handed or left handed . Keep your left Clear The arm straight with the elbow locke & Working Area 2 . Position your left hand on the front handle - bar so it is in a straight line with your right Figure 2 hand on the rear handle when making buck - . A ] \ Stand To ing cuts . Figure 3 . Never reverse right and left Never Reverse I I The Left hand positions for any type of cutting . Hand Positions 3 . Stand with your weight evenly balanced on 1 Of The Saw I ill # both feet . 4 , Stand slightly to the left side of the saw to ' / _ Elbow keep your body and head from being in a di - i , Locked rect line with the cutting chain . Figure 3 . 5 , Do not overreach . You could be drawn or thrown Thumb On off balance and lose control of the saw , _ - _ u - _ _ kinder Side 6 . Do not cut above shoulder height . It is difficult Of Handlebar to maintain control of saw above shoulder height . Figure 3 3
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WARNINGS AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ( continued ) A WARNING . ] Because a chain saw is a high , speed wood - cutting tool , special safety precau - / tions must be observed to reduce the rusk of accidents . Careless or Improper use | of this tool can cause serious injur _ J 4 . Do not attempt to use your chain saw during bad weather conditions such as strong wind , rain , Hearing _ - - - " ' - - Safety Hat snow , ice , etc . , or at night . Protection - . . . . _ _ _ D 5 Carefully plan your sawing operation in ad * vance . Do not start cutting until you have a clear Snug Eye Protection work area , secure footing , and , if you are felling trees , a planned retreat path Clothing Heavy Duty Gloves AVOID REACTIVE FORCES Pinch - Kickback and Pull - In occur when the chain is suddenly stopped by being pinched , caught , or by contacting a foreign object in the wood . This sudden stopping of the chain results in a re - Safety Chaps versal of the chain force used to cut wood and causes the saw to move in the opposite direction of the chain rotation . Pinch - Kickback drives the saw straight back toward the operator Pull - In pulls the saw away from the opera - ton Either reaction can result in loss of control and possi - bly serious injury . Figure 4 To avoid Pinch - Kickback : I Be extremely aware of situations or obstruc - KNOW YOUR SAW tions that can cause material to pinch the top of or 1 Read your operator's manual carefully until otherwise stop the chain you completely understand and can follow al ! safety 2 Do not cut more than one log at a time . rules , precautions , and operating instructions be e 3 , Do not twist the saw as the bar is withdrawn from fore attempting to operate the unit . an under - cut when bucking 2 Restrict the use of your saw to adult users who understand and can follow safety rules , precau - To avoid Pull - In : tions , and operating instructions found in this L Always begin cutting with the engine at full manual throttle and the saw housing against wood . 2 , Use wedges made ofplastic or wood , ( never of PLAN AHEAD metal ) to hold the cut open 1 . Wear protective gear . Figure 4 . Always use steel - toed safety footwear with non - slip soles , HANDLE FUEL WITH CAUTION snug - fitting clothing ; heavy - duty , non - slip L Eliminate all sources of sparks or flame in the gloves ; eye protection such as non - fogging , vented areas where fuel is mixed , poured , or stored . goggles or face screen ; an approved safety hard hat ; There should be no smoking , open flames , or work and sound barriers - - ear plugs or mufflers to pro - that could cause sparks , tect your hearing . Regular users should have hear - 2 _ Mix and pour fuel in an outdoor area on bare ing checked regularly as chain saw noise can dam - ground ; store fuel in a cool , dry , well ventilated age hearing , place ; and use an approved , marked container for 2 . Keep children , bystanders , and animals a all fuelpuI _ oses _ minimum of 30 feet ( 10 Meters ) away from the 3 . Wipe up all fuel spills before starting saw . work area . Do not allow other people or animals 4 . Move at least 10 feet ( 3 meters ) from the fuel - to be near the chain saw when starting or operating the chain saw . ing site before starting the engine . 5 _ Do not smoke while handling fuel or while 3 Do not handle or . operate a chain saw when operating the saw . you are fatigued , all , or upset , or if you have 6 . Turn the engine off and let your saw cool in a taken alcohol , drugs , or medmatmn . You must non - combustible area , not on dry leaves , straw , be in good physical condition and mentally alert . paper , etc . Slowly remove fuel cap and refuel unit . Chain saw work is strenuous . If you have any condi - tion that might be aggravated by strenuous work , 7 . Store the unit and fuel in an area where fuel vapors check with your doctor before operating a chain cannot reach sparks or open flames f _ om wat ( saw . heaters , electric motors or switches , furnaces , etc . If situations occur which are not covered in this manual , use care and good judgment . Contact your SEARS Service Center / Department if you need assistance . 4
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WARNINGS AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ( contin - PERATE YOUR SAW SAFELY 8 , Empty the fuel tank before storing the tool . Use up the fuel left in the carburetor and fuel lines 1 . Do not operate a chain saw that is damaged , by starting the engine and letting it run until it improperly adjusted , or not completely and stops . securely assembled . 4 Store unit and fuel in a dry area out of the 2 , Operate the chain saw only in outdoor areas . reach of children . Do not store where fuel vapors 3 . Do not operate saw from a ladder or in a tree . can reach sparks or an open flame from hot water 4 . Position all parts of your body to the left of heaters , electric motors or switches , furnaces , eta cut and away from the saw chain when the en - gine is running . THIS CHAIN SAW IS FOR OCCASIONAL USE ONLY . 5 , Cut wood only . Do not use your saw to pry or shove away limbs , roots , or other objects 6 , Make sure the chain will not make contact Exposure to vibrations through prolonged use with any object while starting the engine . of gasoline powered hand tools could cause blood Never try to start the saw when the guide bar is in a vessel or nerve damage in the fingers , hands , and cut or karfi wrists of people prone to circulation disorders or 7 , Use extreme caution when cutting small size abnormal swellings . Prolonged use in cold weather brush and saplings . Slender material can catch has been linked to blood vessel damage in otherwise the saw chain and be whipped toward you or pull healthy people _ If symptoms occur such as numb - you off balance _ ness , pain , loss of strength , change in skin color or 8 Be alert for springback when cutting a limb that texture , or loss of feeling in the fingers , hands , or is under tension so you will net be struck by theis wrists , discontinue the use of this tool and seek limb or saw when the tension in the wood fibers medical attention , An anti - vibration system does released . not guarantee the avoidance of these problems . Us - 9 Do not put pressure on the saw at the end of a ers who operate power tools on a continual and reg - cut . Applying pressure can cause you to lose con - ular basis must monitor closely their physical con - trol when the cut is completed . dition and the condition of this tool 10 , Stop the engine before setting the saw down . MAINTAIN YOUR SAW IN GOOD Refer to the Code of FederalRegulations , WORKING ORDER Section 1910,266 ( 5 ) ; 2,5.1 of American National Standard Safety Requirements for Pulpwood Log - 1 , Hove all chain saw service performed by a qu - ging , ANSI 03,1 - 1978 ; and relevant state safety alified service dealer with the exception of then - items listed in themaintenance section of this ma codes when using a chain saw for logging purposes _ ual . For example , if improper tools are used to re - move or hold the flywheel when servicing the KICKBACK SAFETY FEATURES clutch , structural damage to the flywheel can occur e Reduced - Kickback Guide Bar , designed with a and cause the flywheel to burst small radius tip which reduces the size of the kick - 2 , Keep fuel and oil caps , screws , and fasteners back danger zone on the bar tip , Figure 5 . A Redu - securely tightened . ced - Kickback Guide Bar is one which has been 3 , Keep the handles dry , clean , and free of oil or demonstrated to significantly reduce the numberor - fuel mixture . and seriousness of kickbacks when tested in acc 4 Make certain the saw chain stops moving dance with the safety requirements for gasoline when the throttle trigger is released , For cor - powered chain saws as set by ANSI B175 . 1 - 1985 rection , refer to " Carburetor Adjustments , " ( American National Standards Institute , Inc . , 5 , Stop the saw if the chain strikes a fareign ob - Standard B1751 - 1985 ) . ject . Inspect the unit and repair or replace parts as o Low - Kickback Chain , designed with a con - necessary . 6 . Disconnect the spark plug before performing toured depth gauge and gnard link which deflect any maintenance except for carburetor adjust - kickback force and allow wood to gradually ride ments , into the cutter . Figure 5 , Low - Kickback Chain is 7 Never modify your saw inany way . Use onlyat - chain which has met kickback performance re - tachmentssuppliedorspecificalrleycommended by quirements of ANSI B1751 ( Safety Requirements themanufacturen for Gasoline - Powered Chain Saws ) when tested on 8 Always replace thehandguard immediately if a representative sample of chain saws below 3.8 cu - itbecomes damaged , broken , or isother wise bic inch displacement specified in ANSI B175 . 1 removed . e Handguard , designed to reduce the chance ofyour CARRY AND STORE YOUR SAW SAFELY left hand contacting the chain if your hand slips off the front handlebar , 1 Hand carry with the engine stopped , the • Position of front and rear handlebars , de - muffler away from your body , and the guide bar signed with distance between handles and " in - and chain to the rear covered preferably with a scabbard , line " with each other The spread and " in - line " po - sition of the hands provided by this design work to - 2 Before transporting in any vehicle or storing in any enclosure , allow your saw to cool com - gether to give balance and resistance in controlling pletely , cover the bar and chain , and properly secure the pivot of the saw back toward the operator if kickback occurs . to avoid turnover , fuel spillage , or damage , 5
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WARNING STATE AND LOCAL REQUIREMENTS The following features are included on your saw to help reduce the hazard of kickback ; however . For users on all U . S . Forest Lands and in some such features will not totally eliminate this dan : states , including California ( Public Resour _ _ gerous reaction . . As a chain saw user , do not relyy only on safety devices . You must follow all safet Codes 4442 and 4443 ) , Idaho , Maine , MinnesoL precautions , instructions , and maintenance il New Jersey , Oregon , and Washington : Certain inter - this manual to help avoid kickback and othe _ nai combustion engines operated on forest , brush , and / or forces which can result in serious injury . grass - covered lands in the above areas must be equipped with a spark arrestor maintained in effective working or - der , or the engine must be constructed , equipped , and Contoured Depth Gnug _ / maintained fbr the prevention of fire . Check with your - - m _ bf Elongated state or local authorities for regulations pertaining to _ , _ r ' " " ' _ Guard Link these requirements Failure to follow these requirements KickbackF0rc0 roeooo . is a violation of the law . This unit is factory - equipped And AllowsWoad Reduced Kickback Radius ' rip Low - Kickback _ To Gradually with a temperature limiting muffler and a spark Symmetrical Guido Bar Chain RideIntoCutter arrestor . Ira spark arrestor is required in your area , you are legally responsible for maintaining the operating con - dition of these parts . Ifa spark arrestor is required in your Can Ohstr _ ct area , contactyourAuthorizedServiceDeaiarforthecor - Material rectkit . Symmetrical Large Chain With High Guide Bar Radius Tip Kickback Potential Figure5 SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS KNOW YOUR UNIT A . INTRODUCTION C . UNPACKING INSTRUCTIONS / Your Raw has been designed with safety in mind and L After removing the contents fi'om the carto . includes the following safety features as standard check parts against the Carton Contents list . equipment : 2 . Examine the parts fbr damage . Do not use dam - aged parts , o Reduced - Kickback Guide Bar ( Control Tip @ ) 3 . NotifyyourSEARSstoreimmediatelyifapartis ® Low - Kickback Chain ( Guard Link ) missing or damaged , ® AHandguardrrestor o Spark It is normal to hear the fuel filter rattle in an empty fuel tank . o Temperature Limiting Muffler B . CARTON CONTENTS , KEY 5 . NO _ 1 _ Engine 11 3 _ 2 . Guide Bar - Operator's Manual ( not shown ) 1 Replacement Chain ( not shown ) 1 , - Loose Parts Bag ( not shown ) 1 LOOSE PARTS BAG CONTENTS : _ = = = _ 8 . 3 . Handguard 1 4 . Handguard Cap 1 5 _ Handguard Screw 31 6 . Chain / 7 . Bar Wrench 7 . 1 2 _ 8 _ Hex Wrench 1 5
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PREPARING YOUR SAW FOR USE 2 . HAVE THE FOLLOWING AVAILABLE : A , . GETTING READY a , Protective gloves . 1 . READ YOUR OPERATOR'S MANUAL CARE - b Approved , marked fuel container FULLY c , One gallon regular unleaded gasoline . Your Operator's Manual has been developed to help d , 8 oz . ( 1 / 2 pt , ) 2 cycle , air - cooled engine oil ( See you prepare your saw for use and to understand its the " Fueling Your Engine " section ) . safe operation . It is important that you read your e Bar and Chain Oil ( See the " Bar and Chain Oil " manual completely to become familiar with the unit section ) , before you begin assembly or attempt operation , £ Bar Wrench . Your SEARS Service Center / Depaxtmant is avail g , Standard Screwdriver . able to showyou how to operate your saw Be sureto h , Phillips Screwdriver . ask for assistance . B . ATTACHING THE HANDGUARD 3 , Insertthe3mountingscrewsintothe3holesonthe Handguard Cap . 4 . Turn each screw a little at a time clockwise , with a The Handgnard is a protective device designed to re - Phillips screwdriver until the Handguard Cap andhe duce the chance of your left hand contacting the chain Handgnard meet and there is no gap between t if your hand slips offthe front handlebar . two parts , WARNING Handlebar Do not use the saw without the handguard in place . Always replace the handguard immedi - Screws Handguard ately if it becomes damaged , broken , or is other - Cap wise removed . e Lift and carry the chain saw by the handlebar or rear handle , not by the handguara . ® Keep the handguard securely fastened at alle times . Check the handguard screws each time th Handguard saw is used To install : Pin Hole 1 . Align the Handguard and Handguard Cap around the handlebar as shown in Figure 6 Figure 6 2 . Fit the mounting pin on the Handguard into the Pin Hole in the Handlebar , Figure 6 ( inset ) . C . ATTACHING THE BAR AND CHAIN e Your saw is equipped with a Reduced - Kick - back Bar and a Low - Kickback Chain . • Always use the Reduced - Kickback Guide Bar and Low - Kickback Chain specified for your chain saw model when replacing these parts . See the " Specifications " section . I _ WARNING Do not start the engine without the guide bar [ Turn and chain completely assembled . Otherwise , I Guide Adjusting Screwe the clutch can come off and serious injury can ] Counterclockwis result . ( _ _ " _ - " - Plate - - Clamp Screw ] CAUTION : [ Wear protective gloves when han - Figure 7 dling or operating your saw . The chain is sharp and can cut you even when it is not moving ! L Remove the following parts ( Figure 7 ) using a 1 / 2 Mounting Pins inch wrench and a standard screwdriver . Clutch a Bar Clamp Nut . Guide Bar b Bar Clamp Screws c , Bar Clamp , 2 Leave the Inner Guide Plate on the saw Check to make sure it flanges toward the saw body , Large Slot 3 , Turn the Adjusting Screw counterclockwise to Pin move the Adjusting Pin almost as far as it will go to Figure 8 the rear , Figure 7
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4 , Mounttheguidebarwith thelargeslotoverthe mountingpinsandthesmalladjustingpinthrough thesmallholeinthebar Figures8 & 9 , 5 Holdthechainwiththecuttersfacingasshownin [ Figure9 ( inset ) , 6 _ Placethe chainovera ' ndbehindtheclutchdrum andontothesprocket , 7 Slidetheguidebartowardtherearofthesawasfar aspossible • 8 , Fit thebottomofthedrivelinksbetweentheteeth inthesprocket . 9 , Startat thetopof thebarandfit chaindrivelinks intothegroovearoundtheguidebar . Figure9 • Figure 9 10Pulltheguidebarforwarduntil thechainissnugin theguidebargroove . ll . Install theouterguideplate ( Mode2l 35 ) N _ QT _ : Besureboththeinnerandouterguidebar plates ( Mode2l 35 ) cur _ ! eor flangeawayfrom the guidebar . 12H , oldtheguidebaragainstthesawframeandinstal ! thebarclamp . ! 3Replacethe bar mountingnut andtightenfinger tight only Tighten bar clamp nut after chain is ten - sioned . 14 . Replace the bar clamp screw at the rear of the bar clamp , Tighten securely . 15 . Follow the " Chain Tension " instructions below . Figure 10 D . CHAIN TENSION ® Chain Tension is very important - - - A loose chain will wear the bar and itself , Adjusting Screw - A loose chain can jump offthe bar while you Turn are cutting . - A tight chain can break or damage the saw and / or ban To Tighten e The chain stretches during use . especially Tension when new , Check tension periodically as follows : - each time the saw is used ; Turn - more frequently when the chain is new ; - as the chain warms up to normal operating To Loosen temperature . Tension e Chain tension is correct when the chain can be lifted about 1 / 8 " from the Guide Bar at a point Figure ii near the middle of the bar and will move fi'eely around the bar _ Always wear gloves when handl - Chain Can Be I _ _ _ , ing the chain . The chain is sharp and can cut Lifted 1 / 8 " When / [ _ _ A ' _ yon even when it is not movingl ® Chain tensioning procedure : Tension Is Correct _ 1 , Lif _ up the tip ofthe Guide Bar and turn the Adjust - ing Screw clockwise until the chain does not sag be - neath the Guide Ban Figure 11 2 . Check the tension by lifting the chain from the Guide Bar at the center of the bar , Figure 12 . 3 _ Continue adjusting the Adjusting Screw unti ! the tension is correct , 4 _ Lift up the tip ofthe Guide Bar and tighten the Bar Mounting Screw with the Bar Wrench , Figure 12 5 . Recheck chain tension _
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E . FUELING YOUR ENGINE 3 . USE THE FOLLOWING : 1 . FUEL SAFETY a Use only recommended fuel mixtures SEARS CRAFTSMAN 2 - cycle engine oil mixed at 40 : 1 is strongly recommended , Consult the instruc - b Mix and pour fuel outdoors and where there tions on the oil container for proper mixing _ are no sparks or flames . 1 PART OIL TO 40 PARTS GASOLINE = e . Use a container approved for fuel . 3.2 fl , oz , oil to I gallon gasoline & 0 fl . oz oil to 2,5 gallon gasoline d _ Do not smoke or allow smoking near fuel or Not all air cooled 2 - cycle eingine oils have the same the unit or while using the unit . qualities , If SEARS CRAFTSMAN 2 - cycle eenginen - e Wipe up all fuel spills before starting the oil is not available , use a good quality , 2 - cycle engine , gine oil recommended for air - cooled engines Mix at a ratio of 16 : 1 ( 8 oz . oil to 1 gallon gasoline ) , Ae - f : Move at least 10 feet ( 3 meters ) away from 16 : 1 fuel mixture with these oils will assure ad the fueling site before starting engine _ quate lubrication for your engine , g Stop engine before removing fuel cap . DO NOT USE : h Before storing the unit , use up fuel left in the • NMMA Oil - - National Marine Manufac - fuel lines and carburetor by starting the engine turers Association ( formerly BIA ) - and letting it run until it stops . Does not have proper additives for 2 - cycle , air i Store the unit and fuel in an area where cooled engines and can cause engine damage fuel vapors cannot reach sparks or open e AUTOMOTIVE OIL - flames from water heaters , electric motors or Does not have proper additives for 2 - cycle , air switches , furnaces , etc , cooled engines and can cause engine damage . A CAUTION 2 . FUEL MIXTURE Experience indicates that alcohol blended fuels ( called gasohol or using ethanol or methanol ) cannd 0 Your unit is powered by a 2 - cycle engine attract moisture which leads to separation a which requires a fuel mixture of regular formation of acids during storage . Acidic gas can unleaded gasoline and a high quality en - damage the fuel system of an engine while in stor - gine oil specially made for 2 - cycle , air age . To avoid engine problems , do not leave fuel : cooled engines _ The internal design of the in the unit when storing for 30 days or longe _ Start the engine and let it run until the fuel lines 2 - cycle engine requires lubrication of moving parts , Lubrication is provided when recom - and carburetor are empty . Use fresh fuel next sea - son . See the " Storage " seetmn for additional in - mended mixture of gasoline and oil is used , formation . Never use engine or carburetor clean - o Gasoline must be clean and fresh , After a er products in the fuel tank or permanent damage can occur . short period of time , gasoline will chemically break down and form compounds that cause 5 . HOW TO MIX FUEL AND FILL TANK hard starting and damage in 2 - cycle engines a . Pour the proper measure of engine oil into an ap - e The correct measure of gasoline to oil is proved , marked fuel container Then , fill the very important _ Too much oil in the mixture container with regular unleaded gasoline , will foul the spark plug , NOTE . " If fuel is already in container , add the prop - er measure of 2 - cycle engine oil Then , close the Too little oil will cause the engine to container tightly and shake it momentarily , overheat and seize . _ NOTE : Do not mix gasoline and oil directly in the e Always mix the fuel thoroughly in a con - fuel tank , tainer since gasoline and oil do not readily com - b , Using a spout or funnel , fill the fuel tank with bine . Do not mix gasoline and oil directly in the fuel mix _ fuel tank c , Reinstall the fuel cap securely . NOTES - 9 -
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F . BAR AND CHAIN OIL ® The Guide Bar and Cutting Chain require 3 . IMPORTANT POINTS TO continuous lubrication to remain in operat - REMEMBER / ing condition . Lubrication is provided by the au - a . Fill oil tank each time you refill fuel tan _ . tomatic oiler system when the oil tank is kept filled _ to ensure that there will be sufficient oil fort the chain whenever you start and run the saw _ - - Lack of oil will quickly ruin the Bar and Chain . b . The saw will normally use about 1 / 2 tank of chain oil for each tank of fuel mixture . If - - Too little oil will cause overheating shown less oil is used , check for a plugged oil hole in the by smoke coming from the chain and / or discolor - guide bar . ation of the guide bar rails . c . Keep sawdust and debris cleaned from the oil holes in the guide bar to allow an ade - @ Genuine SEARS Bar and Chain Oil is recom - quate oil flow to the bar and chain . mended to protect your unit against exces - d . Keep spilled and spattered oil wiped from sive wear from heat and friction . SEARS oil re - the unit to avoid sawdust and debris sists high temperature thinning . If SEARS Bar and build - up . Pay particular attention to oil on Chain Oil is not available , use a good grade SAE 30 the fan housing and starter assembly to avoid oil Never use waste oil for bar and chain lubrica - overheating the engine . tiom e It is normal for a small amount ofoil to ap - pear under the saw after the engine stops . Q In freezing weather oil will thicken , making This is excess oil draining from the bar and it necessary to thin bar and chain oil with a chain when the saw is not in use _ small amount of Diesel Fuel # 1 or kerosene . £ Use the manual oiler to supplement the Bar and chain oil must be free flowing for the oil sys _ automatic oiler : tern to pump enough oil for adequate lubrication . - - during a long felling cut _ - - when cutting into a log or tree which is II USE THE FOLLOWING : greater in diameter than length of guide bar . 30 ° or above - - 100 % lubricant - - undiluted . g . Generally _ less oil is required for soft or 30 ° - 0 ° F - - 95 % lubricant to 5 % Diesel Fuel # 1 or freshly cut wood and maximum oil is rd kerosene , quired for hardwood or weed that has been cut for a period of time . Below 0 ° F - - 90 % lubricant to 10 % Diesel Fuel # 1 or kerosene . w HOW TO FILL THE OIL TANK a . Stop the engine _ b . Turn saw on its side with oil cap up , Figure 13 OilCap c , Loosen cap slowly and wait for pressure in the tank to be released before removing the cap , d . Fill the oil tank . e . Replace the oil cap securely . Figure 13 NOTES - 10 -
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USING YOUR SAW A . PRE - OPERATION CHECKS Each time before operating your saw , always : 5 , _ ' Check the saw chain . The chain should be 1 . _ ' Check over the safety rules and precau - sharp and at the correct tension . tions in this manual . Make certain you complete - 6 . _ ' Check the fuel tank and oil tank . Both tanks should be filled . ly understand and can apply each one . 2 . _ ' Cheek protective gear . Always use eye , hear - 7 . _ ' Check the handles . Handles should be dry and free of fuel mixture and oil . ing , and head protection devices ; safety footwear ; protective gloves ; and snug fitting clothing 8 , _ ' Check weather conditions . Do not use your 3 , _ ' Check the saw for loose bolts , nuts , or fit - saw at night or during bad conditions such as strang tings . Tighten , repair , or replaceparts as neces - wind , rain , snow , etc , sm _ . Tools required are listedin " Getting Ready " 9 . _ ' Check the work area . Keep children , bystand - section . ers , and animals a minimum of " 30 feet ( 10 meters ) 4 . _ ' Check the air filter . Clean the filter before away from the work area when starting or operat - starting the engine . For location , see the " Air Fil - ing the saw . ter " section B . STARTING INSTRUCTIONS ( Refer to the " Specifications " section forlocation of controls . ) 1 . BASIC PROCEDURE WARNING a Hold saw firmly with the saw chain free to turn Always wear gloves ; safety footwear ; snug fit - without contacting any object , ting clothing ; and eye , hearing , and head protec - tion devices when operating a chain saw . b , Move Start / Stop switch to the " Start " position , Figure 14 2 . STARTING PROCEDURE FOR VARYING c Adjust the choke according to " Starting Proce - CONDITIONS dure For Vmwing Conditions . " NOTE : Be sure to follow " 1 BASIC PROCE - d , Squeeze trigger with your right hand while DURE " as describe in the preceding section . pushing saw away from you and pulling the a COLD ENGINE : starter rope with your left hand . Figure 16 , 1 . ) Turn the choke knob to " Full " . Figure 15 e _ Release the trigger after the engine starts , allow - 2 • ) Pull starter rope until engine attempts to ing the engineto idle , run 3 , ) Turn the choke knob to " Half " Figure 15 WARNING 4 . ) Pull the starter rope until the engine runs , The chain must not move when the engine runs 5 . ) After a 5 second warm up . turn the choke at idle speed . Refer to the " Carburetor Adjust - knob to the " Off " position . ments " section for correction . w INING I f . Stop the engine by moving the Start / Stop Switch Avoid bodily contact with the muffler when ] to the " Stop " position . Figure 14 . starting or using a warm engine to avoid serious burns . IGNITION SWITCH CHOKE b , WARM ENGINE : 1 , ) Leave choke at the " Off " position . Fig - ure 15 . 2 , ) Pull the starter rope until the engine runs c . REFUELED WARM ENGINE AFTER l FULl RIYNNING OUT OF FUEL 1 , ) Turn the choke knob to " Full " Figure 15 , 2 , ) Pull starter rope until engine attempts to OFF HALF run _ START " _ - " _ STOP 3 , ) Turn the choke knob to " OFF " , Figure 15 4 . ) Pull the starter rope until the engine _ uns Figure 14 Figure 15 3 . IMPORTANT POINTS TO REMEMBER Push saw away with righ _ / . ] a . When pulling the starter rope . do not use the hand while pulling starter full extent of the rope as this can cause the rope rope with left hand to break . Do not let the starter rope snap back - - hold the handle and let the rope rewind slowly . b If the engine floods , let the unit sit for a few minutes , then repeat starting procedure using the half - choke position c . For cold weather starting , allow the engine to warm up ( 1 - 2 min . ) at the half - choke posi - I tion , then move choke to the " Full " or " Half " po - Figure 16 sition . - 11 -
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' IWPES OF CUTTING A . BASIC CUTTING TECHNIQUE 2 _ L IMPORTANT POINTS UNDERSTANDING REACTIVE FORCES ( Pinch - kickback and Pull - In occur when a Cut wood only . Do not cut metal ; plastics ; ma - the chain is suddenly stopped by being sonry ; non - wood building materials ; etc pinched , caught , or by contacting a foreign b . Stop the saw if the chain strikes a foreign object in the wood . This stopping of the chain re - object . Inspect the saw and repair or replace sults in a reversal of the chain force used to cut wood parts as necessm _ . and causes the saw to move in the opposite ldirectionoss of chain rotation . Either reaction can result in c Keep the chain out of dirt and sand . Even a of control and possible serious injmT . small amount of dirt will quickly dull a chain e Pinch - Kickback - - and thus increase the possibility of ' kickback . - - occurs when the chain on top of the b _ ' is sud - WARNING denly stopped - - rapidly drives the saw straight back toward the Kickback can occur when the moving chain con - operatol : tacts an object at the upper portion of the tip of e Pull - In - - the guide bar or when the wood closes in andhe - - occurs when the chain on the bottom of the bar pinches the saw chain m the cut . Contact at t is suddenly stopped , upper portion of the tip of the guzde bar can icausen - - pulls the saw rapidly forward , the chain to dig into the object and stop the cha for an instant . The result is a lightning fast , re - , PROCEDLrRE verse reactmn which kicks the guide bar up and back toward the operator . If the saw chain is Practice cutting a few sm , all logs using the following pinched along the top of the guide bar , the guide teetmique to get the feel ofusingyoursawbefore bar can be driven rapidly back toward the opera - you begin a major sawing operation , tor . Either of these reactions can cause loss of saw a . Accelerate engine to full throttle beforeer control which can result in serious ir _ iury . entering cut by squeezing the throttle trigg b Begin cutting with the saw frame against the log . Figure 17 STAND ON e Keep the engine at full throttle the entire UPHILL SIDE time you are cutting . d Allow the chain to cut for you ; exert only light downward pressure , If ' you force the cu ' damage to the bar , chain , or engine can result : e . Release the throttle trigger as soon as the cut is completed , allowing the engine to idle . If you run the saw at full throttle without a cut - ting load , unnecessary wear can occur to the Begin cutting with chain , bar , and engine . the bottom of the f To avoid losing control when cut is complete , do saw against the log not put pressure on saw at end of cut . Figure 17 g . Stop the engine before setting the saw down after cutting B . TREE FELLING TECHNIQUES f , Remove dirt , stones , loose bark , nails , staples , 1 . CAREFULLY PLAN YOUR SAWING OPERA - and wire from the tree where cuts are to be made . TION IN ADVANCE a . Clear the work area . You need a clear area all g . Plan to stand on the up - hill side when cut - ting on a slope , Figure 18 . around the tree where you can have secure foot - ing , h . plan a clear retreat path to the rear and diag - onal to the line of fail . Figure 19 . b . Study the natural conditions that can cause the tree to fall in a particular direction _ ) ICut 1 . ) The WIND direction and speed . , i Buttress 2 . ) The LEAN of the tree . Roots 3 . ) WEIGHTED and BRANCHES on one side , First 4 . ) Surrounding TREES and OBSTACLES . Direction c , Look for decay and rot . if the trunk is rotted , it can snap and fall toward the operator . Of Fall d . Check for broken or dead branches which can fall on you while cutting , e _ Make sure there is enough room for the Stay On Uphill Side Of tree to fall . Maintain a distance of 2 1 / 2 tree Tree When Felling lengths from the nearest person or other objects _ Figure 19 Figure 18 Engine noise can drown out a warning call . - 12 -
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2 . FELLING SMALL TREES - - LESS THAN 6 " IN DIAMETER Direction Of Fall a If you know the direction of falh 1 ) Make a single felling cut on the side away from the direction of fall . 2 ) Cut all the way through , 3 ) Stop the saw , put it down , and get away quick - ly on _ ] our planned retreat path , b If you are not sure which way the tree will fall , use the notch method described for felling large trees , Figure 20 WARNING DO NOT CUT : - - near electrical wires or buildings . Direction - - if you do not know the direction of tree fall . Of Fall Opening Of - - at night - - you will not be able to see well . Felling Cut - - during bad weather - - rain , snow , strong wind , etc . Closingotch Of N 3 . FELLING LARGE TREES - - 6 " IN DIAME - TER OR MORE Hinge Holds Tree On Stump And Controls Fall The notch method is used to cut large trees A notchn is cut on the side of the tree in the desired directio Figure 21 of fall . After a felling cut is made on the toppositehe side of the tree , the tree will tend to fall into notch , . Stay on the uphill side . of the terrain to avoid in - jury from the tree rolhng or sliding downhill af - _ k WARNING ] If the tree has large buttress roots , remove ter it is felled . Figure 19 . them before making the notch . Cut into the but - tresses verhcally , then horizontally , Figure 20 • Before the felling cut is complete , use wedges to open the cut when necessary to control a . Make the notch cut . Figure 20 the direction of fall , Use wood or plastic wedges , but never steel or iron , to avoid kickback and chain CUT l , Cut the bottom of the notch first , damage , through 1 / 3 of the diameter of the tree _ d , Be alert to signs that the tree is ready to fall : CUT 2 , Complete the notch by making the 1 ) Cracking sounds . slant cut , Remove the notch of wood , 2 , ) Widening of the Felling Cut CUT 3 , Make the felling cut on the opposite 8 , ) Movement in the upper branches , side of the notch about 2 higher than the e , As the tree starts to fall , stop the saw , put it down , bottom of the notch , and get away quickly on , your planned retreat b , Leave enough uncut wood between the felling path , cut and the notch to form a hinge Figure 21 f . Be extremely cautious with partially fallen trees that may be poorly supported . When a tree NOTE : The hinge helps to keep the tree from twist - doesn't fall completel Z set the saw aside and pull ing and falling in the wrong direction . down the tree with a cable winch , block and tackle , or tractor . To avoid injury , do not cut c . Use a wedge if there is any chance that the tree will not fall in the desired direction , down a partially fallen tree with your saw . DON'T PUT YOURSELF IN THESE POSITIONS Check the lean - - Check the balance - - Check the wind - - Don't cut down wind Don't cut on lean side Don't cut on weighted side - 1,3 -
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C . BUCKING Bucking is the term used for cutting a fallen 1st Cut _ _ _ tree to the desired log size . Pressure Side _ . 1 . IMPORTANT POINTS a , Cut only one log at a time . m io o m i _ , _ _ m o I mm _ m o mm b _ 2nd Cut Cut shattered wood very carefull _ Sharp pieces of wood could be flung toward the opera - ton _ essure Side c , Use a sawhorse to cut small logs . Never al - low another person to hold the log while cutting and never hold the log with Four leg or fool Figure 22 d _ Do not cut in an area where logs , limbs , and roots are tangle such as in a blown down area . Drag the logs into a clear area be - fore cutting by pulling out exposed and cleared logs first . Overcut e _ Make the first bucking cut 1 / 3 of the way Undercut through the log and finish with a 2 / 3 cut on the opposite side . As the log is being cut , it will tend to bend , The saw can become pinched or Figure 23 hung in the log if you make the first cut deeper than 1 / 3 of the diameter of the log . £ Give special attention to logs under strain Wedge Used To to prevent the saw from pinching . Make the Hold Cut Open first cut on the pressure side to relieve the stress on the log _ Figure 22 , 2 . TYPES OF CUTTING USED ( Figure 23 ) : - - Overcutting - - begin on the top side of the log with the bottom of the saw against the log ; exert light pressure downward , - - Undercutting - - begin on the under side of Figure 24 the log with the top of the saw against the log ; exert light pressure upward , During undercut - • A - - _ ting , the saw wilI tend topush back at you Be 1st Cut Cut prepared ibr this reaction and hold the saw firm - ly to maintain control , Never turn the saw upsidedo . wn to undercut . The WARNING 1 saw cannot be controlled m this position . Using Another , " ' _ _ , _ _ ' _ ] _ A WARNING Log As A Support _ i ' _ ' : _ if saw becomes pinched or hung in a log , don't try Figure 25 to force it out . You can lose control of the saw re - sulting in injury and / or damage to the saw . Step the saw , drive a wedge of plastic or wood into theg - cut until the saw can be removed easily . Fi ure 24 . Restart the saw and carefully reenter the cut . To avoid kickback and chain damage , do not use a metal wedge . Do not attempt to restart your isaw when it is pinched or hung in a log . 1st Cut 3 . BUCKING WITHOUT A SUPPORT a , Overcut with a 1 / 3 diameter cut , b . Roll log over and finish with an overcut . Figure 26 - 14 -
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w _ 4 . BUCKING USING ANOTHER LOG AS WARNING A SUPPORT Do not stand on the log being cut . Any portion can roll causing loss of footing and control . a , In area A : 1 , ) Undercut 1 / 3 of the way through the log , 2 , ) Finish with an overcut . b , In area B : 1 , ) Overcut 1 / 3 of the way through the log _ 2 ) Finish with an undercut _ 5 . BUCKING USING A STAND a , In areaA : 1 , ) Undercut 1 / 3 of the way through the log , 2 . ) Finish with an overcut . b , In area B : 1 . ) Overcut 1 / 3 of the way through the log _ Use Common Sense Maintain Secure Footing 2 . ) Finish with an undercut _ , , , , , i , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , D . DEBRANCHING AND PRITNING 2 . PRUNING ® Work slowly , keeping both hands firmly gripped on the saw . Maintain secure footing and a . Limit pruning to limbs shoulder height or baiance , below . Do not cut if branches are higher than e Watch out for springpoles . Use extreme caution your shoulder : Get a professional to do the job , when cutting small size limbs . Slender material b . Refer to Figure 28 for the pruning tech - may catch the saw chain and be whipped toward you nique . or pull you off balance _ 1 , ) Undercut 1 / 3 of the way through the limb near the trunk of the tree _ o Be alert for springback • Watch out forbranches 2 , ) Finish with an overcut farther out from the that are bent or under pressure as you are cutting to trunk , avoid being struck by the branch or the saw when the tension in the wood fibers is released . 3 , ) Keep out of the way of the falling limb . 4 _ ) Cut the stump flush near the trunk of the ® Keep a clear work area . Frequently clear tree . branches out of the way to avoid tripping over them _ ) Be alert for and guard agmnst kickback . Do not ] • _ WARNING ] allow the moving chain to contact any other ] Never chmb into a tree to debranch or prune . ] branches or objects at the nose of the g _ aide bar ] Do not stand onladders , platforms , a log , or in ] _ when debranching or prumng . Allowing such ] _ any poslhon which can cause you to lose your [ contact can result in serious injury . ] ] balance or control of the saw . Remove Small Limbs With One Cut 1 . DEBRANCHING a , Always debraneh a tree after it is cut down . Only then can debranching be done safe - ly and properly . b Leave the larger limbs underneath the felled tree to support the tree as you work . e . Start at the base of the felled tree and work toward the top , cutting branches and Figure 27 limbs . Remove small limbs with one cut _ Fig - ure 27 • ' ii _ _ _ ll } Second Pruning Cut d _ Keep the tree between you and the chain • Cut from the side of the tree opposite the branch you are cutting _ e . Remove larger , supporting branches with the 1 / 3 , 2 / 3 cutting techmques described m the bucking section . 1 ) Undercut 1 / 3 of the way through the log , 2 , ) Finish with an overcut . f , Always use an overcut to cut small and freely hanging hmbs , Undercutting could First Pruning Cut cause limbs to fall and pinch the saw _ Figure 28 - 15 -
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GENERAL MAINTENANCE o Check the saw for loose bolts , screws , nuts , A good maintenance program of regular inspection and care will increase the sez _ ice life and help to and fittings regularly . Loose fasteners can ( cause an unsafe condition as well as damage to maintain the safety and performance of your saw . your saw e Make all adjustments or repairs ( except car - buretor adjustments ) with : WARNING - spark plug wire disconnected . Have all chain saw service performed by a quali - fied service dealer other than the items listed in - en _ ne cool as opposed to a saw that has just the maintenance sechon of thin manual . been run , A . GUIDE BAR AND CHAIN WARNING 1 Increase the service life of your Guide Bar and Maintain the proper hook angle according tol Chain by : the manufacturer's specification for the chain II you are using . Too much hook angle will in - - Using the saw properly and as recommended in crease the chance of kickback which can result I this manual . in sermus injury . Figures 32 & 34 . J - Maintaining correct chain tension , page 7 . 5 . ) Correct Depth Gauges - Proper lubrication , page 9 . a ) Place depth gauge tool over each cutter - Regular ' maintenance as described in this section . depth gauge _ Figure 33a b . ) File depth gauge with flat file until it is 1 . CHAIN MAINTENANCE level with the top of the depth gauge tool . o Sharpen the chain when : c ) Maintain rounded fi'ont corner of depth - wood chips are small and powdery . gauge with a fiat file Figures 33 & 34 Wood chips made by the saw chain should NOTE : The very top of the depth gauge should bee . he about the size of the teeth of the chain , flat with the front half rounded off with a flat fil - saw has to be forced through the cut . _ x WARNING ] - saw cuts to one side , The Depth Gauge Tool is required to insure [ proper depth gauge . Filing the depth gauge too | [ , , , , CAUTION : ] Always wear gloves when handling the chain . The chain can be sharp enough to cut deep will increase the chance of kickback which ] you even though it is too dull to cut wood _ can result in semous injury . J a , SHARPENING INSTRUCTIONS b , CHAIN REPLACEMENT Items required : 1 ) Use only the Low - Kickback replace ° Gloves Flat File ment chain specified for your saw in 5 / 32 " Diameter File Depth Gauge the " Specifications " section . 6 " File Holder 2 . ) Replace the chain when cutters or links break . 1 ) Stop Engine . 3 . ) See a qualified service dealer to re - 2 . ) Adjust the chain fbr proper tension . Page 7 . place and sharpen individual cutters 3 . ) Work at midpoint of bar , moving the chain for matching your chain . forward by hand as each cutter is filed . 4 _ ) Always have a worn sprocket replaced 4J Sharpen Cutters . by a qualified service dealer when in - stalling a new chain to avoid excessive a . ) Position the file holder level at a 10 ° wear to the chain . angle on the top plate of the cutter and depth gauge . Figure 29 . h ) Align the 25 ° file holder marks with the 10 o File Holder bar and parallel to the center of the File chain . Figures 30 & 32 , If your file holder has a 30 ° mark , disre - gard this mark and file at a 25 ° angle . Cutter 0 e . ) File from inside toward outside of cutter , Depth Gauge straight across on forward stroke in one Figure 29 direction only • Use 2 or 3 strokes per cutting edge Figure 31 • Cutter d ) Keep all cutters the same length Fig - ure 31 . e . ) File enough to remove any damage to the cutting edges ( side plate and top plate ) of the cutter . Figure 31 Cutter £ ) File chain to meet specifications shown Figure 30 in Figure 32 . - 16 -
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2 . GUIDE BAR MAINTENANCE Use only the replacement Reduced - Kickback Guide Bar specified for your e Conditions which can require guide bar maintenance : saw in the " Specification " section . - saw cuts to one side . a , Remove the guide bar to service . - saw has to be forced through a cut . b , Clean the oil holes at least once after every five hours of operation , - inadequate supply of oil to bar and chain . c . Remove sawdust from the guide bar groove periodically with a putty knife or a wire . e Check the condition of the guide bar Figure 35 each time the chain is sharpened . A worn guide bar will damage the chain and make cut - d , Remove burrs by filing the side edges ofthe ting more difflcult _ guide bar grooves square with a flat file , Figure 36 , • Replace the guide bar when : e , Restore square edges to an uneven rail top - the inside groove of guide bar rails is worn , be filing with a flat file . Figure 36 - the guide bar is bent or cracked , Cutters Hook Angle Too Much , . _ Squared 025 " Hook Angle " _ Off Corner Same . Length Right Way Wrong Way Side Plate Top Plate Figure 34 Figure 31 Remove Sawdust _ _ ° / ' " o FromGuideBar \ 6o Groove Figure 32 , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , L Figure 35 Guide Bar Worn Grooves File Edges Figure 33 Groove Square Figure 36 B . SPARK ARRESTOR o Carbon deposits build up on the spark ar - restor as the saw is used andmust be removed to avoid creating a fire hazard or causing engine Muffler damage . Cover • Replace the spark arrestor if breaks occur . Q Keep the spark arrestor clean at all times . Clean : - - as required . - - at least once for each 25 - 30 hours of operation . Items required : wire brush , 3 / 8 " wrench Spark Arrestor Screen L Disconnect the spark plug wire , Figure 37 2 , Remove the Bar Clamp , 3 , Remove the Muffler Cover , Figure 37 4 _ Remove the Screen from the baffle _ 5 Clean the screen with a wire brush or replace if breaks are found , 6 , Reassemble parts , 17 -
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, , L , , , , , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , _ C . STARTER ROPE e Replace a broken starter or a rope that is 22 , Reconnect fuel line if disconnected ( Step 4 . ) badly frayed . Replace fan housing . Tighten screws securely . NOTE : A recoil spring lies beneath the pulley and is under tension _ If the recoil spring is dis - turbed , considerable time and effort will be required to reinstall . For this reason you may want to let a qualified service dealer ' handle this repaii Ifyou try to repair the starter rope and the recoil spring pops out , take the unit to your dealen Figure 38 A WARNING . ] Always wear eye protection when servming the [ starter rope . The recoil spring beneath the [ pulley is under tension . If the spring pops out , serious injury can result . 1 Drain the fhel tank 2 . Remove the three screws on the side ofthe fan Remove housing . Figure 38 Screws 3 . Remove the two screws on the rein ' of the unit Figure 39 • Figure 39 4 , Sepm'ate the fan housing @ om the unit • Dis - connect the fuel line if necessa _ . Turn Pulley 5 . If the starter rope is not broken , release the spring tension by pulling about 10 inches of ' rope from the pulley and catch the rope in the notch as shown in Figure 40 , 6 , Turn the pulley counterclockwise until the spring tension is released 7 Remove the pulley screw in the center of the pulley . Figure 41 8 Liftthepulleycarefullywhilegentlytwistingit counterclockwise _ Notch 9 Remove the rope retainer screw and remove any remaining rope . Figure 41 • Figure 40 10 Move away from the fuel tank and melt the end of the rope to be installed . Rope Pulley Screw 11 , Allow the melted end to drip once Then , while Retainer the rope is still hot , pull the melted end Screw & Pulley Ratchet through a rag to obtain a smooth , pointed end . 12 , Feed the rope through the round starter rope hole in the fan housing . Figure 41 • 13 _ Guide the rope inside the pulley , then up through the pulley ratchet side of the pulley hole to the outside by pushing the rope through from the hole on the spring cam side with a small Phillips screwdriver . Figure 41 ( inset ) , 14 , Wrap rope counterclockwise around the pulley ratchet and tuck loose end back under rope Retainer Rib leaving a 1 inch tail between the retainer rib Figure 41 and screw post . Figure 41 . Pull rope tightly . 15 , Install the rope retainer screw and tighten un - til snug DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN 16 Rewind all the rope onto the pulley in a coun - terclockwise direction _ 17 , Set the pulley into the housing ; push it down and engage the spring . 18 , Replace and tighten the pulley screw . 19 Pull out 10 inches of rope and set the rope in the notch in the pulle : _ Figure 42 . 20 Turn the pulley 2 complete turns clockwise . winding up the spring 2L Hold the pulley and pull the starter rope to the Notch full extent oflength _ Let the rope rewind slow - Figure 42 ly , - 18 -
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D . CARBURETOR ADJUSTMENTS 2 . IDLE SPEED ADJUSTMENT • Poor engine perform an . ce can be a result of other causes such as dirty air filter , carbon a , Allow the engine to idle , build - up on muffler outlets , etc . See the b , Adjust the Idle Speed Screw until the engine " Trouble Shooting Chart " before proceed - continues to run without stalling and without ing with carburetor adjustments . the chain moving . • For best results , SEARS recommends that - Turn screw clockwise to increase engine you have a qualified service dealer make all speed if engine stalls or dies . carburetor adjustments . Your dealer has pthe - - Turn screw counterclockwise to slow engine training , expenence _ and tools necessary to pro down and / or to keep the chain from turning , erly adjust you saw to meet our factory perform - c , No further adjustments are necessary if ance specifications , This service is not covered by the chain does not move at idle speed and warranty If it becomes necessary for you to make if performance is satisfactory . carburetor adjustments yourself , follow the de - scribed procedures very carefully e The carburetor has been adjusted at the fac - n " 3 . Low Speed Mixture Adjustment , " recheck I tory for sea level conditions . Adjustments e speed after each adjustment . The chain II may become necessary if the saw is used at signifi - ust not move at _ dle speed and if performance cantly higher altitudes or if you notice any of the [ is satisfactory . . . . . . . . . . ] following conditions : NOTE : Be sure to properly prepare the saw as de - 3 . LOW SPEED MIXTURE ADJUSTMENT scribed in " L Preparation " ( below ) before mak - a _ Allow engine to idle , ing any adjustments . b . Turn the Low Speed Mixture Screw slowly - Chain moves when the engine runs at idle clockwise until the RPM starts to drop . Note speed . See " 2 . Idle Speed Adjustment ? ' the position . Saw will not idle , See " 2 , Idle Speed Adjust - c , Turn the Low Speed Mixture Screw slowly ment " and " 3 . Low Speed Mixture Adjust - counterclockwise until the RPM speeds up and ment . " starts to drop again . Note the position - Engine dies or hesitates when it should accel - d . Set the Low Speed Mixture Screw at the mid - erate . See " 4 , Acceleration Adjustment . " point between the two pesitions _ - Loss of cutting power which is not corrected by 4 . ACCELERATION ADJUSTMENT air filter cleaning See " 5 . High Speed Mixture Adjustment . " If the engine dies or hesitates instead of accelerat - ing , turn the Low Speed Mixture Screw 1 / 16 of a [ CAUTION : ] Permanent damage will occur to turn at a time counterclockwise until you have any 2 - cycle engine if incorrect carburetor smooth acceleration . adjustments are made . 5 . HIGH SPEED MIXTURE ADJUSTMENT e If the unit will not operate properly after making these adjustments , take the saw to a Adjustments as small as 1 / 16 of . a qualified service dealer . turn can affect engine performance . It m important to turn the screw only 1 / 16 of a A WARNrNG " . turn per adjustment and test the perform - The chain will be moving during most of this I ance of the saw before making further ad - procedure . Wear your protective gear and ob - justments . serve all safety precautions . a _ Make a test cut . 1 . PREPARATION b . Adjust the High Speed Mixture Screw 1 / 16 of a a . Stop the engine turn as follows : b Use a fresh fuel mixture with proper gasoline / - Clockwise if saw smokes or loses power ' oil ratio , - Counterclockwise if the saw has speed out e . Place the saw on a solid , fiat surface and make of the cut but lacks power in the cut sure the chain will not contact any object . c . Repeat test cut , d . Locate the three ( 3 ) carburetor cadjustingov - screw openings to the right of the air filter d . Continue 1 / 16 of a turn adjustments until the er , Figure 43 . saw runs smoothly in cut , e . Start the engine and allow engine to idle three [ _ A too lean high speed setting ( 3 ) minutes to warm up . The engine must be at ( clockwise adjustment ) will cause engine operating temperature for proper adjustments to be made . damage to any 2 - cycle engine from over - heating and lack of lubrication . Never set the h _ gh speed mixture screw so far clock - High Speed Choke wise that you have high speed but lackpow - . _ , Mixture er while cutting . An effective approachfol - lows . Screw Closed _ - Turn screw counterclockwise until engine loses power while cutting _ Idcl : eSpeed _ _ - Then , turn screw clockwise in 1 / 16 of a turn in - crements only until the engine has power while cutting . • Screw NOTE : If the unit will not operate properly after making these adjustments , take the saw to a quali - Figure 43 fied service dealer . - 19 -
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E . AIR FILTER • A dirty air filter : Carburetor - reduces cutting power . Screws - increases fuel consumption . e Clean the air filter : Air Carburetor - frequently , especially under very dusty condi - Filter Cover tions - always after ' 10 tanks of fuel mixture or 5 hours Choke Shutter of operation , whichever is less 1 . Clean off the carburetor cover and the area around it to keep dirt and sawdust from fhllingre - into the carburetor chamber when the cover is moved 2 . Remove the carburetor cover screws and carbure - tor cover . Figure 44 . 3 . Pull out the air filter . r _ 4 . Wash the filter in soap and water Figure 44 Do not use gasoline or other flam - _ To avoid damage to the engine , do mable liquid to clean the filter to avoid not operate the unit without the air filter in creating a fire hazard , place . E STORAGE 3 . Drain oil from oil tank . When your saw is to be stored for over 30 days , always : Wear protective gloves when han - L Drain fuel tank in a safe manner , See " Fueling dling the chain . The chain is sharp and can Your Engine - - Fuel Safety , " cut you even when it is not moving . 2 , Start engine and allow to run at idle speed until 4 . Remove , clean , and dry the bar and chain the engine stops , 5 Stare the chain in a container filled with oil to pre - NOTE : Running the engine until it stops will re - vent rust . move most of the fuel from the fuel system . fi Apply a coating of ' oil to the entire surface of ' the NOTE : It is important to prevent gum depositsch bar and wrap it in heavy paper , cloth , or plastic _ from forming in essential fuel systems parts su 7 _ Clean the outside surfaces of the engine . as the carburetor , fuel filter , fuel hose , or tank dur - ing storage . Alcohol blended fuels ( called gasohol 8 _ Store the saw in a dry place , out of the reach of or using ethanol or methanol ) can attract mois - children , and away from where fuel vapors can ture which leads to separation and formation of reach open flames from hot water heaters , fur - acids during storage Acidic gas can damage the nares , etc fuel system of an engine while in storage . NOTES - 20 -
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B . TROUBLE SHOOTING CHART REMEDY SYMPTOM CAUSE L Fill tank with correct fuel mixture 1 , Fuel tank empty Engine will notrun start or will 2 Engine flooded 2 , See " Starting Instructions , " 3 , Spark plug not firing , 3 _ Install new plug / check ignition system , only for a few seconds after 4 _ Fuel not reaching carburetor , 4 , Clean fuel filter ; inspect fuel line , 5 . Carburetor requires adjustment , starting , 5 See " Carburetor Adiustment , s , " 6 . Ignition Switch Off 6 , Move switch to the START position . 7 . None of the above , 7 . Contact your SEARS Service Center / Dept , 1 See " Carburetor Adjustments . " . , Idle speed set too fast or too slow . Engine will not idle properly . 2 . Low speed mixture requires adjustment , 2 , See " Carburetor Adjustments . " 3 Crankshaft seals worn . 3 . Contact your SEARS Service Center / Dept , 4 , Compression low 4 , Contact your SEARS Service Center / Dept , 5 , None of the above . 5 Contact your SEARS Service Canter / Dept . Engine will not 1 , Air filter dirty . 1 Clean er replace air filter accelerate , lacks 2 , Spark plug fouled _ 2 , Clean or replace spark plug and re - gap , 3 Carburetor requires adjustment , 3 . See " Carburetor Adjustments . " power , or dies , under a load 4 , Exhaust ports or muffler outlets plugged 4 , Contact your SEARS Service Center / Dept . 5 _ Compression low . 5 Contact your SEARS Service Center / Dept . 6 . None of the above 6 , Contact your SEARS Service Center ! Dept , 1 . Air filter dirty . L Clean or replace air filter , Engine smokes 2 Fuel mixture incorrect , 2 _ Refuel with correct fuel mixture . excessively . 3 _ High speed mixture requires adjustment . 3 _ See " Carburetor Adjustments ? ' 4 Push Choke knob in . 4 _ Choke partially on 5 , Crankcase lenin , 5 , Contact your SEARS Service Center / Dept . - - m L Fuel mixture incorrect , 1 , See " FuelingYour Unit ? ' Engine runs hot 2 . High speed mixture set too low ( Lean ) . 2 _ See " Carburetor Adjustments , " 3 , Spark plug incorrecL 3 _ Replace with correct plug , 4 , Contact your SEARS Service Center / Dept , 4 . Exhaust ports or muffler outlets plugged , 5 . Clean spark arrestor screen _ 5 , Carbon build - up on muffler outlet screen _ 6 _ Clean area , 6 , Fan housing / cylinder fins dirty . 7 , None of the above , 7 , Contact your SEARS Service Center / Dept , . . Fill oil tank Oil inadequate for 1 . Oil tank empty , bar and chain 2 . Improperly adjusted oiler ( if so equipped ) , 2 , Adjust oiler , lubrication , 3 Oil pump or oil filter clogged 3 , Contact your SEARS Service Center / Dept . 4 . Guide bar oil hole blocked 4 Remove bar and clean . Chain moves at 1 , Idle speed requires adjustment . 1 , See " Carburetor Adjustments . " Idle Speed , 2 _ Clutch requires repair , 2 , Contact your SEARS Service Center / Dept , 1 , See " Chain Tension . " Chain does not 1 , Chain tension toe tight . move when engine 2 . Carburetor requires adjustment 2 , See " Carburetor Adjustments " is accelerated . 3 , Guide bar rails pinched . 3 . Repair er replace . 4 , Clutch slipping _ 4 _ Contact your SEARS Service Center ! Dept , Chain clatters 1 . Chain tension incorrect 1 , See " Chain Tension . " 2 , Cutters damaged 2 Contact your SEARS Service Center / Dept , or cuts roughly 3 _ Chain worn , 3 , Resharpen or replace chain , or 4 _ Cutters dull , improperly sharpened , 4 , See the chain sharpening instructions , depth gauges too high _ 5 . Sprocket worn . , . . . . . 5 . Contact your SEARS Service Center ! Dept . Chain stops within 1 . Chain cutter tops net filed flat . L See the chain sharpening instructions , the cut 2 . Guide bar burred or bent ; rails uneven , , 2 , Repair or replace guide bar , 3 , Clutch slipping 3 . Contact your SEARS Service Center / Dept . Chain cuts at an 1 , Cutters damaged on ene side L Resharpen until all cutters have equal angle . angles and lengths . 2 . Chain dull on one side , 2 _ Resbarpen until all cutters have equal angles and lengths . 3 _ Guide bar bent or worn 3 . Replace guide bar , - 21 -
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C . MAINTENANCE CHART o 4 _ • i Complete machine Visual inspection ( condition , leaks ) Clean v " Throttle tl iggar ; safety throttle lock ; stop switch . Check operation Filter in fue ! tank . Replace pick - up - - when clogged or dirty . Fuel tank . Inspect v " Clean Chain oil tank . Chain lubrication . Fill Saw chain _ Inspect ( sharpness , wear ; damage ) Check chain tension Sharsen - - when dull Guide bar Inspect ( wear , damage ) v " 1 ! " Clean _ " Deburr Replace - - when worn or damaged Chain sprocket . Check - - when replacing chain Air filter : Clean _ " I Replace - - when worn or damaged Clean Cylinder fins . Carburetor Check idle adjustment - - chain must not turn at idle V'i Readjust idle - - when engine _ uns poorly Spark plug . Replace - - when fouled or damaged All accessible screws and nuts ( not adjusting screws ) . Retighten Vibration mounts ( if applicable ) Inspect - - for broken or discon - nected Replace - - w _ en broken Spark arrestarscreen . Clean - - when clogged or dirty Replace - - when worn or damaged NOTES - 22 -
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ACCESSORIES i , , i iii See your SEARS Service Center / Department for accessories and parts . Safety Glasses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 - 85707 Bar & Chain Lubricant File - round - 5 / 32 " • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 - 36524 i qt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 - 36554 Depth Gauge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 - 36557 i gal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 - 36556 Spark Plug . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 - 36403 Carrying Case . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 - 36628135 Reduced Kickback Guide Bar . . . . . . . . . . 71 - 36365 Scrench . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 530 - 031 Low - Kickback Chain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 - 3617 Operator's Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 530 - 068510 2 - cycle Engine Oil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 - 36551 NOTES - 23 -
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SEARS CHAIN SAW REPAIR PARTS LIST - MODEL NO . 358.355141 - 2.0 / 14 " 51 54 34 I Carburetor Assembly Part No . 530 - 035181 ! 35 I i 18 5 19 20 21 3 8 22 4 , 23 - Ca - rb j Kwik 1 Repair Kit 1 102 28 25 26 27 56 24
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SEARS CHAIN SAW REPAIR PARTS LIST - MODEL NO . 358.355141 - 2.0 / 14 " Key Part Key Part Description to . No . Description No , No . 1 530 - 015126 Flywheel Key 33 530 - 023877 Fuel Line Fitting 2 530 - 039111 Flywheel Ass'y . ( Incl . # 11 ) 34 530 - 069216 Line Kit 3 STD511005 Screw 35 530 - 014199 Fuel Pick - Up Ass'y . 4 530 - 015123 Washer 37 530 - 069232 Rope Kit 5 530 - 069288 Starter Pulley Kit 38 530 - 026735 Starter Handle ( Inck # 4,37 & 38 ) 39 530 - 069281 Fan Hsg , 6 530 - 042023 Starter Spring 40 530 - 015812 Screw 7 530 - 035181 Carburetor ( Walbro WT - 20 ) 41 530 - 023807 Choke eKnobr Screw 42 530 - 024965 Carb . Cov 8 STD512507 9 530 - 023791 Air Filter 43 530 - 015168 Screw 10 t530 - 019045 Carburetor ' Gasket 44 530 - 015147 Wave Washer 11 530 - 023817 Starter Dog Spring 45 530 - 023806 Choke Lever 12 530 - 015127 Washer 46 STD600803 Screw 13 STD541131 Nut 47 530 - 0039.34 Spark Plug Boot 14 530 - 015245 Screw 48 530 - 003933 Spark Plug Connector ! 5 530 - 023865 Spacer 49 530 - 069202 Ignition Module Kit 16 530 - 015254 Wave Washer ( IncL # 51 & 52 ) Choke Shutter 50 STD510807 Screw 17 530 - 023805 18 530 - 029826 Throttle Trigger 51 530 - 039082 Spark Plug I . , ead 19 t530 - 019 ! 18 Gasket ( Incl , # 47 & 48 ) Throttle Wire 52 530 - 039116 Switch Lead 20 530 - 026606 2 ! 530 - 023366 Reed Valve 53 530 - 015650 Screw . 2 . 22 530 - 023367 Washer 54 5.30 - 069022 Gasket Kit ( _ Indicates 23 STD610603 Screw Contents of Kit ) - Optional 24 530 - 0 ! 4.347 Fuel Cap Ass'y _ ( IncL O - Ring ) 55 530 - 069286 Fan Hsg , Screws Kit ( Incl , 25 t530 - 019093 Fuel Tank Neck Seal # 40 & 53 from this page 26 530 - 010775 Fuel Tank Ass'y and # 13 from page 27 ) ( Inc1 . # 24,25,33 & 35 ) 56 530 - 031111 Hex Wrench - 5 / 32 " 27 530 - 021025 Fuel Line Carburetor Decal 28 t530 - 023373 Throttle Wire Boot 29 STD610807 Screw 101 530 - 037101 Fan Hsg , Decal 30 530 - 024967 Handle Cover 102 530 - 026878 Replacement Bar & Chain 31 STD512507 Screw Decal 32 530 - 025233 Handle & Carb , Hsg , t Indicates Engine Gasket Kit Con - Carburetor Assembly Part No . 530 - 035181 Key Part Key Part No . No . Description No . No , Description 1 530 - 035006 Throttle Valve 16 + * 530 - 035166 Fuel Pump Diaphragm 2 530 - 035015 Screw 17 * 530 - 035027 Fuel Inlet Screen 3 530 - 035034 Throttle Shaft Ass'y 18 530 - 035007 Throttle Retainer Ring 4 530 - 035024 Inlet Needle Valve Throttle Return Spring 19 * 530 - 035106 5 530 - 035171 ! _ , owSpeed Mixture Needle 20 ' 530 - 035188 Metering Lever Spring 6 530 - 035023 Low Speed Mixture Needle Spring 21 * 530 - 035031 Metering ! , ever 7 530 - 035169 High Speed Mixture Needle 22 " 530 - 035028 Metering Lever Pin 8 530 - 035167 High Speed Mixture Needle Spring 23 ' 530 - 035016 Metering Lever Pin Screw 9 " 530 - 035162 Plug - 5 / 16 Dia . Welch 24 + * 530 - 035165 Metering Diaphragm Gasket 10 * 530 - 035163 Plug - 1 / 4 Dia . Welch 25 + * 530 - 035014 Metering Diaphragm ll 530 - 035017 Pump Cover Screw 26 530 - 035003 Metering Diaphragm Cover 12 530 - 035159 Fuel Pump Cover 27 530 - 035021 Metering Cover Screw Ass'y , 13 530 - 035035 Idle Speed Adjusting Screw 28 530 - 035161 Carb , Kwik Repair Kit 14 530 - 035168 Idle Speed Adjusting Screw Spring ( Includes parts marked * ) 15 + * 530 - 035164 Fuel Pump Gasket 29 530 - 035173 Carb _ Gasket / Diaphragm Kit ( Includes parts marked + ) * Indicates Contents in Carb , Kwik Repair Kit + Indicates Contents in Carb . Gasket / Diaphragm Kit 25
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SEARS CHAIN SAW REPAIR PARTS LIST - MODEL NO . 358.355141 - 2.0 / 14 " 32 55 33 44 59 45 46 61 5 29 Operator's Manual 36 I 31 66 iRepairnt KChai 38 - f 62 68 \ 39 I 19 20 " 21 " 22 23 26
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SEARS CHAIN SAW REPAIR PARTS LIST - MODEL NO . 358.355141 - 2.0 / 14 " Key Part Description Key Part Description No . No . No . No . Screw 1 STD541431 Nut 40 STD522512 Washer 2 530 - 037103 Clutch Cover 41 STD551025 Handlebar 3 530 - 036450 Oil Tank Vent Pin 42 530 - 022283 Screw 4 530 - 015642 Bar Mounting Stud 43 STD511005 Spacer 5 530 - 014742 Crankcase Ass'y . 44 530 - 023535 Spark Arrestor Screen ( Incl . # 3,4,6,7,8,9,10,11 & 28 ) 45 530 - 023796 Piston Kit ( IncL # 34 & 49 ) 6 530 - 069142 Check Valve Kit - Oil Tank 46 530 - 010587 Screw Pressure ( IncL # 8 ) 47 3STD5110059 Crankshaft Seal 48 t 530 - 0191 Cylinder Gasket 7 7530 - 019059 Piston Ring Check Valve Gasket 49 530 - 025875 8 7530 - 019089 Switch Knob Ass'y . 9 STD541408 Lock Nut 50 530 - 023788 Ramp Switch ! 0 530 - 023492 Bar Adjust Pin 51 530 - 023786 Screw 11 530 - 015236 Screw 52 STD511007 Clamp Switch 13 530 - 015623 Screw 53 530 - 023787 Screw 14 71 - 3617 Chain - 14 " 54 STD610805 Muffler Baffle 15 71 - 36365 Bar - 14 " 55 530 - 023797 16 STD510805 Screw 56 530 - 023794 Muffler Body 17 7530 - 019091 Handguard Cap Metering Body Gasket 57 530 - 024049 Screw 18 530 - 023802 Metering Body Cover 58 530 - 015509 19 530 - 069193 Spark Plug - RCJ - 8 Clutch Ass'y . Kit ( Includes 59 STD85850 Cylinder Washer ) 60 530 - 012140 Screw 20 530 - 069197 Clutch Washer Kit ( Outside ) 61 530 - 015239 Chain Repair Kit - Optional 21 530 - 069166 Clutch Drum & Bearing Kit 62 530 - 052073 ( Incl , 1 Drive Link , 2 ( IncL # 22 ) 22 530 - 032079 Preset Tie Straps , 2 Plain Clutch Bearing Tie Straps , 1 Guard Drive 23 530 - 023519 Clutch Spacer ( Inside ) Link ) Washer 24 530 - 015486 Muffler Shield 25 530 - 032075 Top Rod Bearing 63 530 - 025259 Screw ( Incl . 22 bearings 64 530 - 015474 Screw 26 t530 - 023801 Oil Filter 65 530 - 015463 Operator's Manual 27 530 - 010195 Metering Body Ass'y 66 530 - 068510 Crankcase Sealant 28 530 - 032029 Crankshaft Bearing 67 530 - 030054 Bar Adjusting Tool 29 530 - 032065 Roller Bearing ( Incl . 13 bearings ) 68 530 - 031063 Clutch Tool - Optional 30 530 - 022172 Crankshaft ( Solid State ) 69 530 - 031112 31 530 - 021026 Oil Discharge Line 32 STD511015 Screw 33 530 - 023795 Muffler Cover 34 530 - 023843 Bar Clamp Hsg _ Decal Piston Ring Retainer 101 530 - 037102 35 530 - 010474 Instructions Decal ( Right Connecting Rod Ass'y _ 102 530 - 037098 Half ) 36 530 - 023887 Thrust Washer Instructions Decal ( Left 38 530 - 010444 Oil Cap Ass'y , 103 530 - 037095 Half ) ( Incl . O - Ring w / Retainer ) 39 530 - 024091 Handguard Decal Handguard 104 530 - 026849 Not Shown 530 - 026550 Chain Tensioning Decal 530 - 014783 Ass'y Parts Bag 530 - 061612 Carton 530 - 036181 Scabbard tIndicates Contents of Gasket Kit , Key No , 54 on page 25 _ 27
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The Model Number will be fbund below the top handle with the Serial Numben Always mention the Model Number when requesting service or repair parts fbr your unit , S £ AV All parts listed herein may be ordered from any Sears Service Center and most Sears Stores . WHEN ORDERING REPAIR PARTS ALWAYS GIVE THE FOLLOW - Operator's ING INFORMATION AS SHOWN IN THIS LIST : Manual 1 The PART NUMBER 3 . The PART DESCRIPTION 2 . The MODEL NUMBER 4 . The NAME OF ITEM - - Gasoline Chain Saw 358.355141 If the parts you need are not stocked locally , your order will be trans - mitted to a Sears Repair Parts Distribution Center for handling . When you buy merchandise from Model No . Sears you get an extra value that nobody else can offer - - Sears 358.355141 Service . Across town or across the coun - try , Sears Service is always near , providing trustworthy , compe - tent service technicians using How to Order only Sears specified factory parts . Repair Parts Your Sears Merchandise takes on added value when you discover that Sears has Service Units throughout the country . Each is staffed by Sears - Trained , professional technicians using Sears SEARS SERVICE approved methods . IS AT YOUR SERVICE Sold by Sears , Roebuck and Co . , Hoffman Estates , Ill . 60179 USA , , , , . j . , , . , 530 - 068510 - i - 11 / 12 / 92 PRINTED IN U . S . A _
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0530068510 Manual
0530-036181 Scabbard
0530-060995 Carton
1530-015126 Flywheel key
10530-019045 Carburetor gasket (included in 54)
11530-023817 Starter dog spring
12530-015127 Washer
13STD541131 Nut
14530-015245 Screw
15530-023865 Spacer
16530-015254 Wave washer
17530-023805 Choke shutter
18530-029826 Throttle trigger
19530-019118 Gasket (included in 54)
2530-039111 Flywheel assembly
20530-026606 Throttle wire
21530-023366 Reed valve
22530-023367 Washer
23STD610603 Screw
24530-014347 Fuel cap assembly (incl. o-ring)
25530-019093 Fuel tank neck seal (included in 54)
26530-010775 Fuel tank assembly (incl. 24, 25, 34, 35)
27530-021025 Fuel line, carburetor
28530-023373 Throttle wire boot (included in 54)
29STD610807 Screw
3STD511005 Screw
30530-024967 Handle cover
31STD512507 Screw
32530-036950 Handle and carburetor housing
33530-023877 Fuel line fitting
34530-069216 Fuel line kit
35530-014362 Fuel pick-up assembly
37530-069232 Rope kit
38530-037485 Starter handle
39530-069281 Fan housing kit
4530-015428 Washer
40530-015812 Screw
41530-023807 Choke knob
42530-024965 Carburetor cover
43530-015168 Screw
44530-015147 Wave washer
45530-023806 Choke lever
46STD600803 Screw
47530-003934 Spark plug boot
48530-003933 Spark plug connector
49530-069202 Ignition module kit
5530-069288 Starter pulley kit (incl. 57)
50530-015816 Screw
51530-039082 Spark plug lead (incl. 47, 48)
52530-039116 Switch lead
53530-015650 Screw
54530-069022 Gasket kit (incl. 10, 19, 25, 28)
55530-069286 Fan housing screws kit (incl. 40, 53, 56)
56530-031111 Hex wrench, 5/32"
57530-015823 Sems screw
58530-038358 Bar and chain replacement decal, 14"
58A530-038359 Bar and chain replacement decal, 16"
6530-042023 Starter spring
7530-035181 Carburetor, walbro wt-20
8STD512507 Screw
9530-023791 Air filter
0530068510 Manual
0530-036181 Scabbard
0530-060995 Carton
1530-035006 Throttle valve
10530-035163 Plug, 1/4 diameter welch (included in 28)
11530-035017 Pump cover screw
12530-035159 Fuel pump cover
13530-035035 Idle speed adjusting screw
14530-035168 Idle speed adjusting screw spring
15530-035164 Fuel pump gasket (included in 28, 29)
16530-035166 Fuel pump diaphragm
17530-035027 Fuel inlet screen (included in 28)
18530-035007 Throttle retainer ring
19530-035106 Inlet needle valve (included in 28)
2530-035015 Screw
20530-035188 Metering lever spring (included in 28)
21530-035031 Metering lever (included in 28)
22530-035028 Metering lever pin (included in 28)
23530-035016 Metering lever pin screw (included in 28)
24530-035165 Metering diaphragm gasket (included in 28, 29)
25530-035014 Metering diaphragm (included in 28, 29)
26530-035003 Metering diaphragm cover
27530-035021 Metering cover screw assembly
28530-035161 Carburetor kwik repair kit (incl. 9, 10, 15 thr...
29530-035173 Carburetor gasket / diaphragm kit (incl. 15, 16...
3530-035034 Throttle shaft assembly
4530-035024 Throttle return spring
5530-035171 Low speed mixture needle
6530-035023 Low speed mixture needle spring
7530-035169 High speed mixture needle
8530-035167 High speed mixture needle spring
9530-035162 Plug, 5/16 diameter welch (included in 28)
0530068510 Manual
0530-036181 Scabbard
0530-060995 Carton
1STD541431 Nut
10530-023492 Bar adjust pin
11530-015236 Screw
13530-015623 Screw
1471-3629 Chain, 16"
14A71-3617 Chain, 14"
1571-36366 Bar, 16"
15A71-36365 Bar, 14"
16STD510805 Screw
17530-019091 Oil pump gasket
18530-023802 Oil pump body cover
19530-069193 Clutch assembly kit (incl. washer #20)
2530-037103 Clutch cover
20530-069197 Clutch washer kit
21530-069166 Clutch drum and bearing kit (incl. 22)
22530-032079 Clutch bearing
23530-023519 Clutch spacer, inside
24530-015486 Washer
25530-032075 Top rod bearing (incl. 22 bearings)
26530-023801 Oil pump filter
27530-010195 Oil pump body assembly
28530-032029 Crankshaft bearing
29530-032025 Roller bearing (incl. 12 bearings)
3530-036450 Oil tank vent pin
30530-022172 Crankshaft, solid state
31530-021026 Oil discharge line
32STD511015 Screw
33530-023795 Muffler cover
34530-023843 Piston pin retainer
35530-010474 Connecting rod assembly (incl. 24, 25)
36530-023887 Thrust washer
38530-010444 Oil cap assembly
39530-024091 Handguard
4530-015719 Bar mounting stud
40STD522512 Screw
41STD551025 Washer
42530-022283 Handlebar
43STD511005 Screw
44530-023535 Spacer
45530-023796 Spark arrestor screen
46530-069545 Piston kit (incl. 34, 49)
47STD511005 Screw
48530-019195 Cylinder gasket
49530-025875 Piston ring
5530-014742 Crankcase assembly (incl. 3, 4, 6 thru 11, 28)
50530-023788 Switch knob assembly
51530-023786 Ramp, switch
52STD511007 Screw
53530-023787 Clamp, switch
54STD610805 Screw
55530-023797 Muffler baffle
56530-023794 Muffler body
57530-024049 Handguard cap
58530-015509 Screw
59STD360946 Spark plug, cj-8
6530-069142 Check valve kit, oil tank
60530-012140 Cylinder
61530-015239 Screw
62530-052073 Chain repair kit, optional (incl. 1 drive link,...
63530-068509 Operator' s manual
64530-030054 Crankcase sealant
65530-031063 Bar adjusting tool
66530-031112 Clutch tool, optional
67530-037096 Instructions decal, right half
68530-037095 Instructions decal, left half
69530-026849 Handguard decal
7530-019059 Crankshaft seal
8530-019089 Check valve gasket
9STD541408 Lock nut