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Operator's Manual ® / / CRRFTSMRN 24cc / 1.46 cu . in . 2 - Cycle 17 Inch Cutting Path GASOLINE WEEDWACKER ® I Model No . 358.795320 I WARNING : Read and follow all Safety Rules and Operating & Instructions before first use of this product . For answers to your questions about this product : Carl 7 am - 7 pm , Mon - Sat ; Sun , 10 am - 7 pm 1 - 800 - 235 - 5878 Sears , Roebuck and Co . , Hoffman Estates , IL 60179 USA 530 - 084661 03 / 16 / 97
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WarrantyStatement 2 Storage 10 SafetyRules 2 TroubleshootingChart 1 ! Assembly 45 Operation RepairPartsList 1216 Maintenance 8 Spanish Service & Adjustments 9 Partsand Ordering BackCover FULL ONE YEAR WARRANTY ON CRAFTSMAN GAS POWERED WEEDWACKER ® LINE TRIMMER For one year from the date of pumhase , when this Craftsman Gas Powered Weedwacker _ Line Trimmer is maintained , lubricated , and tuned up according to the operating and maintenance instructions in the Operator's Manual , Sears will repair , free of charge , any defect in materials or workmanship . This warranty excludes nylon line , spark plug , and air filter , which are expendable parts and become worn duringnormal use . if th _ sWeedwacker ® Line Trimmer is used for commercial purposes , this warran - ty applies for only 90 days from the date of pumhase . If this Weedwacker _ Line Trimmer is used for rental purposes , this warranty applies for only 30 days from the date of purchase . This warranty applies only while this product is in use in the United States . WARRANTYSERVICE IS AVAILABLEBY RETURNING THE WEEDWACKER ® LINE TRIMMER TO THENEARESTSEARS SERVICE CENTER IN THE UNITED STATES . This warranty gives you specific legal rights , and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state . Sears , Roebuck and Co . , D / 817 WA Heffman Estates , IL 60179 DANGER : Neverusebladesorflail - WARNING : When usinggardening appliances , basicsafetyprecautions ingdevices . This unitis designedfor mustalwaysbe followedto reducethe line trimmeruse only . Use of anyother riskof fireandseriousinjury . Readand accessoriesor attachmentswillin . follow all instructions . creasethe riskof injury . Thispower unitcan be dangerous ! Operatoris responsibleforfollowing instructionsandwarningsonunitand in manual . ReadentireOperator's WARNING : Trimmerlinethrows ob - Manualbeforeusingunit ! Bethorough - jectsviolently . Youand otherscan be lyfamiliar withthe controlsandthe blinded / injuredW . eareye andlegarof properuse ofthe unit . Restrictthe duse , protectionK . eep bodypartscle ofthisunitto personswhohaverea rotatingline . Keepchildren , bystand - understanda , ndwillfollow the instruc - ers , and animals 50 feet ( 15 m ) away . tionsand warningsonthe unitand oin If approached , stopunitimmediately . the manual . Neverallowchildrent _ Prote _ on operatethisunit . Safetyinformationontheunit 2
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• tfsituationsoccurwhichare notcov - • Moveat least 10 feet ( 3 meters ) ered in this manual , use care and away fromfuelingsit = engine . goodjudgement . If you need assis - • Stopengineand allowtocoolbefore tance , contactSears Service or callf the 1 - 800numberlistedonthefront o removingfuel cap . thismanual . CUTTING SAFETY • Use onlyfor trimming , mowing , OPERATOR SAFETY ing , andsweeping . Do notusefor • Alwayswearsafetyeye protection . pruningorhedgetrimming . • Always , wearlongpants , long • Inspectthearea beforeeach use . sleeves , boots , and gloves . Wearing Removeobjects ( rocks , broken safetylegguardsis recommended . glass , nails , wire , etc . ) whichcan be Do notgo barefootorwear sandals . thrownby orbecomeentangledin Stay clearof spinningline . line . Hardobjectscan damagethesing • Securehairaboveshoulderlength . trimmerbeadandbe throwncau Secureorremove looseclothingor seriousinjury . clothingwithlooselyhangingties , • Keepfirmfoolingand balance . Do straps , tassels , etc . They can be notoverreach . caughtin movingparts . • Keepall partsof yourbodyaway • Do notoperatewhenyouare tired , from muffler andspinningline . Keep ill , or underthe influenceof alcohol , enginebelowwaistlevel A hotmuf - drugs , ormedication . fler cancauseseriousbums . • Wear hearingprotectionif youuser • Cuttingonleftsideoftheshieldwill unitfor morethan1 - 1 / 2 hours pe throwdebrisawayfrom the operator . day . TRANSPORTING AND • Neverstartorruninsidea closed STORAGE roomorbuildingB . reathingexhaust fumescan kilt . • Allowengineto cool ; secureunitbe - forestoringortransportinginvehicle . • Keephandlesfreeof oilandfuel . • Emptythefueltank beforestoring or UNIT / MAINTENANCE SAFETY transportingthe unit . Useupfuelleft • Disconnectthe sparkplugbefore inthe carburetorby startingtheen - performingmaintenanceexceptcar - gineand lettingit run untilitstops . buretoradjustments . • Storeunitandfuelin area wherefuel • Lookforandreplacedamagedor vapors cannot reach sparksor iopenc leose partsbeforeeach use . Look flames from water heaters , electr for and repairfuelleaksbefore use . motorsor switches , furnaces , etc . Keepingoodworkingcondition . • Storeunitso linelimiter cannotacci - • Replacetrimmerheadpartsthatare dentally causeinjury . The unit can be chipped , cracked , broken , ordam - hung by the tube . aged inany otherwaybeforeusing • Storeunitout of reach of children . the unit . • If situationsoccur which are not cov - • Makesureunitis assembled correct - ered in this manual , use care and lyas showninthismanual . good judgment . If you need assis - • Make carburetoradjustmentswith tance , call 1 - 800 - 235 - 5878 . lower endsuppertedto preventline SPECIAL NOTICE : This unitis not from contactinganyobject . • Keepothersaway whenmakingcar - equippedwitha temperaturelimiting buretoradjustments . muffler fandsparkarrestingscreen • UseonlyrecommendedCraftsman whichmeetsthe requirementso Cali - forniaCodes4442 and4443 . AllU . S . accessoriesandreplacemenpt arts . forest landandthe statesof California , FUEL SAFETY Idaho , Maine , Minnesota , New Jersey , ° Mixandpourfuel outdoors . Oregon , andWashingtonrequirebynen - ° Keepawayfromsparksorflames . law that manyinternalcombustio • Usea containerapprovedfor fuel . gines be equippedwitha sparkarres - • Donotsmokeorallowsmokingnear fuel orthe unit . torscreen . If youoperateina locale wheresuchregulationsexist , youare ' Wipe upall fuel spills . 3
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legally responsible for installing and tion of the law , Contact your Sears maintaining the operating condition of Service Center for the correct parts . these parts . Failure to do so is a viola - CARTON CONTENTS • Assembiehandletotheunitasshown ; make sure bottom of handle is seated Check carton contents against the fol - inthe groove in the trigger housing . lowinglist . Model 358,795320 NOTE : Wing nut must be assembled • Trimmer on the right hand side of the unit as shown in the above illustration . • Shield with wing nut • Assist Handle with'bolt and wing nut • Make sure the bolt is seated into the • Container of Oil hex shapped hole in the handle . • Spool with 20 ft . of line • Pivot handle to a comfortable position . Examine parts for damage , Do not use • Tighten handle securely . damaged parts . NOTE : it you need assistance or find ATTACHING SHIELD pads missing or damaged , call 1 - 800 - 235 - 5878 . WARNING : The shield must be prop - It is normal for the fuel filter to rattle in erly installed . The shield providespartial the empty fuel tank , protectionfrom the risk of thrown objects Findingfuel or oil residue on muffler is to the operator and othersand is normal due to carburetor adjustments equipped witha line llm _ terwhich cuts and testing done by the manufacturer . excess lineto the proper length . The line limtter ( on undersideof shield ) is sharp ASSEMBLY and can cutyou . For proper orientation , see illustrationin Operation section . WARNING : If receivedassembled , repeatallstepsto ensureyourunitis • Remove wing nut from shield . pmpedyassembledand allfasteners - Insert bracket into slot as shown . are secure . • Pivot shield until bolt passes through Be suretoassemblethe handleto the hole in bracket . unitbeforeyouassemblethe shield . • Securely tighten wing nut onto bolt . ATTACHING THE HANDLE _ - _ Slot ( some unitsare already assembled ) WARNING : Make sure unit is propedye . " _ , _ _ Bracket assembled and allfasteners are secur Wing nut
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KNOWYOURTRIMMER READTHiSOPERATOR'SMANUALAND SAFETYRULES BEFOREOPERATINGYOUR UNIT . Compare the illustrations with your unit b familiarize yourself withthe ! ocationof e various controlsand adjustments . Save this manual for future mferenca . AssistHandle Tube Muffler EngineStop Throttle Tdrr _ rner Switch Trigger Head Starter Choker Rope Leve Shield \ Primer Bulb FuelMix Line FillCap Limiter B ! ade ENGINE STOP SWITCH CHOKE Theenginsetopswitchis usedto stopthe The chokehelps tosupplyfuelto thewshe engine . Pushandholdthe enginestop carburetorduringstarting . This allotetll swltcninthe STOPorOFFpositionuntil youto starta coldengine . ActivaFum , the enginehas fully stopped . chokeby movingchokelever ttoed PRIMER BULB Choke . After enginehas star ove Theprimerbulb removesairfrom the chokeleverto Off Choke . fuel linesandfillsthem withfuel . This EDGE GUIDE allowsyouto startthe enginewithfew - er pullson thestarterrope , aActivatel - The edQeguideprotectsthe unitfrom theprimerbulbby pressingit andorm . contactingthe groundduringedging , lowingitto return to itsoriginalf BEFORE STARTING ENGINE thefuel isthoroughlymixed , Always WARNING : Be sureto readthe fuel readandfollow the safetyrules relatingtofuel beforefueling yourunit . informationin thesafetyrulesbefore youbegin . If you do notunderstand IMPORTANT the safelyrules , do notattemptto luel Experience indicates that alcohol yourunit . Call 1 - 800 - 235 - 5878 , blended fuels ( called gasehol or using FUELING ENGINE ethanol or methanol ) can attract mois - Thisengineis certifiedto operateon lure which leads to separation and unleadedgasoline . Before operalion , formation of acids during storage . gasoiinemust be mixedwitha good Acidic gas can damage the fuel sys - quality2 - cycleair - cooledengineoil , tem of an engine while in storage . We recommendCraftsmanbrandoil . To avoid engine problems , empty fuel Mixgasoline andoilat a ratioof 40 : 1 system before storage for 30 days or ( A 40 : 1 ratioisobtainedby mixing3 . 2ded longer . Drain gas tank , start engine and ouncesof oilwith _ gallonof unFea let it mn until fuel line , s and carburetor gaseline ) , DONOTUSEautomotiveoil are empty . Use freshfuel next season . orboatoil . Theseoilswillcause enginedamage . When mixingfuel , Never use engine or carburetorcleaner follow inslructionspdntedoncontainer . productsin the fuel tank or permanent Onceoil isaddedto gasoline , shake damage may occur . See the STORAGE containermomentarilyto assurethat sectionfor additional information . 5
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HOW TO STOP YOUR UNIT could require pullingthe starter handle Push and hold the engine stop switch many times depending on how badly the unit is flooded . in the STOP or OFF position until the unit has fully stopped . Ifthe unit still doesn't start , refer to TROUBLESHOOTINGchart or call STARTING YOUR ENGINE 1 - 800 - 235 - 5878 . ChokeLever OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Engine - _ _ Stop OPERATING POSITION Switch _ ALWAYS WEAR : _ Eye Protection HOW TO START YOUR UNIT WARNING : The tdmmer head will turn while starting the engine . A hot muffler can cause serious burns . Cut from your dghtI left . COLD ENGINE STARTING OR STARTING AFTER REFUELING Do not run the engine at a higher speed • Set unit on a flat surface . than necessa _ , . The cutting line w _ cut efficiently when the engine is run at less than full throttle . At lowerspeeds , there is less engine noise and vlbralion . The cuttingline will last longer and willbe less likely to " weld " ontothe spool . Starting Position Always release the throttle trigger and • Slowlypressprimerbulb6 limes . allow the engine to return to idle speed • Movechokeleverto FULLchoke . when notcutting . To stop engine : • Release the throttle trigger . • Push and hold the engine stop Trigger switch in the STOP or OFF position untilthe unit has fully stopped . TWIST - N - EDGE Bulb • Pull the tab toward the engine . • Squeeze and hold trigger through all • Twist the tube to the edging position . ; remaining steps . release tab . ° Pullstarter handleuntilengine attempts to start , but no more than 5 pulls . • Move choke lever to HALFchoke . • Pull starter handle until engine runs . Allow engine to run 10 seconds , then move choke lever to OFFchoke . RESTARTING A WARM ENGINE • Move choke lever to OFF choke . TRIMMER UNE ADVANCE • Pull starter handle untilengine starts . Trimmer line will advance approxi - ° If engine does notstart in 5 pulis , follow mately 2 in . ( 5 cm ) each time bottom of ir _ truclions in STARTINGA COLDEN - tdmmer head is tapped on the ground GINE . with engine running at full throttle . DIFFICULT STARTING OR The most efficientline lengthis the STARTING A FLOODED ENGINE maximum length allowedby line limiter . Always keep the shield in place when Flooded engines can be started by the tool is being operated ; placing the choke lever in the Off To Advance Line : Choke position ; then , pull the rope to clear the engine of excess fue ! . This ° Operate the engine at full throttle . 6
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or trees with tender bark , shorten line • Holdthe trimmerheadparallelto and to 4 - 5 in . ( 10 - 13 cm ) and use at less abovethe grassyarea . than full throttle . • Tapthe bottomof the trimmerhead • For trimming or scalping , use less lightlyonthe groundonetime . Ap - than full throttle to increase line life proximately2 in . ( 5 cm ) of linewillbe and decrease head wear , especially : advancedwitheachtap . • During light duty cutting , Toadvance line , tapbottomoftrimmer • Near objects around which the line headon groundonetime . can wrap such as small posts , trees or fence wire . ° For mowing or sweeping , use full throttle for a good clean job . WARNING : Always wear eye protec - tion . Never teen over the trimmer head . Rocks or debris can ricochet or be Always tap the trimmer head on a thrown into eyes and face and cause grassy area . Tapping on surfaces such blindness or other serious injury . as concrete or asphalt can cause ex - TRIMMING - Hold the bottom of the cessive wear to the trimmer head . trimmer head about 3 in . ( 8 If line is worn downto 2 in . ( 5 cm ) or the ground and at an less , more than one tap willbe required the tip of the line to make contact . to obtainthe most officiantline length . not fome trimmer line into work area . WARNING " Use only . 080 " ( 2 ram ) Trimming diameter line . Other sizes o ! line will not advance properly and can cause serious injury . Do not use other materi - als such as wire , String , rope , etc . Wire can break off during cutting and be - : 3in . ( 8 cm ) AboveGround come a dangerous missile that can cause serious injury . SCALPING - The scalping technique removes unwanted vegetation . Hold CUTTING METHODS the bottom of the trimmer head about 3 WARNING : Use minimum speed and in . ( 8 cm ) above the ground and at an do not crowd the line when cutting angle . Allow the tip of the line to strike around hard objects ( rock , gravel , fence the ground around trees , posts , monu - posts , etc . ) , which can damage the trim - ments , etc . This technique increases mer head , become entan _ ed inthe line , line wear . or be thrown causing a serious hazard , * The tip of the line does the curing . Scelpi _ o . . . . Youwillachieve the best performance and minimum line wear by notcrowd - ingthe line into cuttingarea . The right and wrong ways are shown below . MOWING - Your trimmer is ideal for Tipofthe Une LineCrowdedInto DoesTheCutting WorkArea mowing in places conventional lawn mowers cannot reach . In the mowing position , keep the line parallel to the ground , Avoid pressing the head into the ground as this can scalp the ground and damage the tool . Right Mowing Ii * The line willeasily remove grass and weeds from around walls , fences , trees and flower beds , but it also can cut the tender bark of trees or shrubs and scar fences . To help avoid dam - age especially to delicate vegetation
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SWEEPING - Thefanningactionof EDGING - The Twist - N - , Edgefeature rotatinglinecanbe usedfor a quick allows for easy edgingof sidewalks andeasycleanup . Keeplineparallel patios , driveways , etc . Adjust trimmer to and abovethe surfacesbeingswept to the edging position . Allow onlythe and movethetoolfromsideto side . tip of the lineto make contact . Do not forcetrimmerline intoworkarea . Edging _ ' , _ 1 MAINTENANCESCHEDULE CARE & MAINTENANCETASK WHEN TO PERFORM Beforeeach use CheckforLoosefastenersandparts Beforeeachuse Checkfor damagedorwornparts Cleanunit andtabels Aftere _ h use . . . . . . . . . . Cleanair filter . . . . . . . E . . very5 hoursof operation Replace sparkplug Yearly GENERALRECOMMENDATIONS CLEAN UNIT & LABELS The warrantyonthisunitdoesnotcov - • Cleanthe unitusing a dampcloth er itemsthathavebeensubjected to witha milddetergent . operatorabuseornegligenceT . ore - • Wipe off unitwitha cleandrycloth . ceivefull valuefromthewarranty , rtheuct - CLEAN AIR RLTER operatormustmaintainunitas inst Do notcleanfilteringasolineorother ed inthismanual Variousadjustments flammablesolventto avoidcreatinga willneedto be madeperiodicallyto fire hazardorproducingharmfulevap - properlymaintainyourunit . orativeemissions . CHECK FOR LOOSEPARTS A dirtyair filter decreasesengineper - FASTENERS AND formanoeand increasesfuelconsump - • SparkPlugBoot tion andharmfulemissionsA . lways • Air Filter cleanafterevery5 hoursof operation . , HousingScrews • Clean the coverandthe area around • Assist HandleScrews it to keepdirt anddebrisfrom failing • ShieldScrew intothe carburetorchamberwhen CHECK FOR DAMAGED OR the coveris removed . WORN PARTS • Removeparts asillustrated . Referreplacemenot f damaged / worn • Washthe filterinsoapandwater . partsto yourSearsService Center . • Allowfilterto dry . • EngineStopSwitch - Ensureswitch • Replaceparts . functionspropedyby pressingandosi - holdingthe switchinthe " Stop " p FdSter . tion . Makesureenginestops ; then restartengineandcontinue . • FuetTank - Donotuseunitit fueltank showssignsof damageorleaks . • Shield - Discontinueuse ofunit if Cover debrisshieldis damaged .
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• Removesparkplugfromcylinder REPLACE SPARK PLUG anddiscard . Replacethe spark plugeach year tod • ReplacewithChampionRCJ - SY ensuretheenginestarts easieran sparkplugand tightenwitha 3 / 4 in . runsbetter . Setsparkpluggapat socketwrench ( 10 - 12 ft . - Jbs ) . , 025 in . ignitiontimingisfixedand ° Reinstaltlhe sparkplugboot . nonadjustable . • Twist , thenpu ! loffsparkplugboot . CARBURETOR ADJUSTMENT ADVANCING THE CU'R'ING LINE Advancelinebytappingbottomof cut - WARNING : The trimmerheadwillbe ringheedtightlyonthe groundwhileetal spinningduringmost of thisprocedure . engineis runningat fullspeed . A m Wearyourprotectiveequipmentand bladeattachedto the shieldwillcutthe observeall safetyprecautionsA . fter line to theproperlength . makingmixtureadjustmentsr , echeck REPLACING THE LINE idtespeed . • Removethe spoolbyfirmlypu ! ling Carburetoradjustmentiscriticalandif onthetap button . doneimproperlycan permanently • Cleanentiresurfaceof huband damagethe engineas wellas the car - spool . buretor . If yourequ | refurtherassis - • Replacewitha pre - woundspool , or tanceorare unsureaboutperforming cuta lengthof20 feet of . 080 " _ 2 thisprocedurec , all1 . 800 - 235 - 5878 . ram ) diameterCraftsman ® ProTrim - merline . Neveruse wire , rope , Oldfuel , a dirtyairfilter , a dirtyfuelIll - string , etc , , whichcan breakoffand ter , orfloodingmay givethe impres - becomea dangerousmissile . sionof an improperlyadjustedcarbu - • insertabout1 / 2 inch ( 1 cm ) of one retor . Checktheseconditionsbefore endo ! the lineintothe smallholein - adjustingthe carburetor . sidethe spool . The carburetorhasbeencarefullySet Smati . _ ' - . P " _ at the factoryA . djustmentsmay be necessaryifyounoticeany ofthe fol - lowingconditions ; ° Enginewillnotidle . Hole _ _ ' _ , . . _ _ Spool underadjustingprocedure . • Enginediesorhesitatesinsteadof • Windthe lineevenlyand tightlyonto accelerating . See = Acceleration thespool . Windinthe directionof the Check " underadjustingprocedure . arrowfoundonthe spool . • Lossof cuttingpower . See " Mixture • Push the lineintothe notch , leavingd . 3 to5 inches ( 7 - 12 cm ) unwoun Adjustmentu " nderadjusting • Insertthe line intothe e _ dthole inthe procedure . hubas showninthe illustration . There are twoadjustmentscrewsonthe • Alignthe notchwith the line exithole . the carburetorT . heyare locatedin • Pushthespoolintothe hubuntilit area justabove the primerbulb . snapsinto place . • Pullthe . lineextendingoutsidethe MixtureScrew ( with hub to releaseit from the notch LirniterCap ) Idle Speed Screw Air F { Iter Cover Line exit hole
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CARBURETOR PRESETS No further adjustmentsare necessary if performanceissatisfactory . Whenmakingcarburetorpresetadjust - ments , donotforce plasticlimitercaps Mixture Adjustment " H " beyondstopsor damagewilloccur . DONOToperateengineat full throttlead - Ifcarburetorpresetsare notneeded , for prolongedperiodswhilemaking proceedto = AdjustingProcedure , Idle justments . Damageto theenginecan Speed . " occur . Extendlineto the lengtha ! - Toadjustpresets : lowedby the linetimiterand cutsome • Turnmixture screwcounterclockwise grass . Basedonperformancewhilentin untilit stops . cutting , turn the mixture adjustme : • Turnthe idlespeedscrewclockwise 1 / 16 - turnincrementsas follows untilit stops . Nowturn counterclock - • Clockwiseuntil the enginehasgood wise4 - 1 / 2 turns . powerwhilecuttingwithnohesita - = Startengine , cutgrassfor 3 minutes , tion . and proceedtothe adjustmentrt , Donot adjust by soundor speed , but section . If enginedoes notsta judge by how wellthe engineper - referto troubleshootingchartorcallt forms whilecutting . the 1 - 800numberlistedonthe fron • Counterclockwisief theenginehas of thismanual . speedbutdiesorlackspowerwhile * If engineperformanceis acceptable cutting . at the presetpositions , nofurther Aftercompletingadjustmentsc , heck adjustmentis necessary . foracceleration . Resetif necessary . ADJUSTING PROCEDURE Acceleration Check Idle Speed Allowengineto idle . Adjustspeeduntil If enginedies orhesitatesinsteadof enginerunswithoutstalling . accelerating , turn mixtureadjustment counterclockwisuentil youhavekandad - • Turnclockwiseto increaseengine smoothacceleration . Rechec speed if enginestallsordies . oTurncounterclockwisteo decrease justas necessaryfor acceptableper - formance . speed . FUEL SYSTEM Prepare unitforstorageat endofsea - son orif itwiltnotbe usedfor 30 days Under Fueling Engine in the Operating ormore . Section of this manual , see message WARNING : labeled IMPORTANT regarding the use of gasohol in your engine . • Allowengineto cool , and secure the unitbeforestoringortransporting . Fuel stabilizer is an acceptable alter - * Storeunitandfuel ina wellventi - native in minimizing the formation of latedarea wherefuelvaporscannot fuel gum deposits during storage . Add reachsparksoropen flamesfrom stabilizer to the gasoline in the fuel waterheaters , electricmotorsor tank or fuel storage container . Followizer the mix instructions found on stabil switches , furnaces , etc . * Storeunitwithallguardsinplace . container . Run engine at least 5 min - Positionunitso that anysharpobject utss after adding stabilizer . cannotaccidentallycause injury . CRAFTSMAN40 : 1 , 2 - cycle engine oil • Storeunitandfuel welloutof the ( air cooled ) is already blended with reachof children . fuel stabilizer . If you do not use this EXTERNAL SURFACES Sears oil , you can add a fuel stabilizer If your unitis to be storedfor a period to your fuel tank . oftime , cleanitthoroughlybeforestor - age . Storein a cleandry area . . Ughtiy oil extemal metalsurfaces . 10
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ENGINE nuts , and bolts . Replaceanydam * • Removesparkplugand pour1tea - aged , broken , orwom parts . spoon of 40 : 1 , 2 - cycleengineoil ( air • At the beginningof the nextseason ; cooled ) throughthe sparkplugopen - use onlyfresh fuel havingthe proper ing . Slowlypullthestarterrope8 to gasolineto oilratio . 10timesto distributeoil OTHER • Replacesparkplugwithnew oneof recommended typeandheat range . • Donotstoregasolinefrom onesea - • Clean airfilter . sonte another . • Checkentireunitforloosescrews , • Replacegasotinecanif itstartsto rust . TROUBLESHOOTING CHART REMEOY TROUBLE ICAUSE Engine will no - Engine flooded . See " S _ artingInstructions . " - = Filltankwithcorrectfuelmixture . Spark plug not firing . start . ! Fuel tank empty . Installnew sparkplug . Fuel not reaching : Checkfor dirtyfuel filter ; replace . carburetor . Checkfor kinkedorsplitfuel line repairorreplace . * ContactSearsService . • Compression low . idleEnginepnroopt erl • y . WIdillel speed set too low . clockwiseto increasespeed . - Idle speed set too high . Adjustidlespeedscrewcounter - i Adjustidlespeedscrew clockwiseto reducespeed . • Carburetor requires See " CarburetoAr djustments . " adjustment . • Crankshaft seals worn . • ContactSearsService . • ContactSears Service , • Compression low . Engine will not Air filter dirty . Cleanor replaceairfilter . _ ° Spark plug fouled . accelerate , : Cleanor replacesparkplug lacks power , and re - gap . or dies under • Carburetor requires • See " CarburetoAr djustments . " a lead . adjustment . • Carbon bui _ up . • ContactSearsService . • Compression low . • ContactSears Service . Enginesmokes Choke partially on . • Adjustchoke . : J ' - uelmixture incorrect . excessively . • Emptyfueltankandrefillwith correctfuel mixture . * Air filterdirty . • Clean orreplaceair filter . • Carburetorrequires • See = CarburetoAr djustments _ . adjustment , • See " FuelingYourUnit . " EnginerunshotI Fuelmixture incorrect . ' Sparkplugincorrect . • Replace withcorrectsparkplug . Carburetorrequires • See = CarburetorAdjustments . " adjustment J • Contact SearsService . • Carbonbuildup . i 11
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, , = = = = = = = = = REPAIR PARTS L i i = = . SEARS MODEL 358.795320 & WA _ NG 21 25 22 6 AE rep _ lr _ adjustrnont _ and 2 _ P " _ _ _ - _ _ ma ] nton _ on not described In the Opemtor's Mmmat must be pedo _ by quail - fled se'tvfcepersonnel 3 108 9 20 23 17 15 - - 18 _ 26 ROt . Port No . oon _ peo . ROt . Part No . DesCr ] p . 0n DriveShaft 19 . 7185932 " L 530094551 Spoolw _ L _ teht Screu _ ThrottreHsg . 20 . 5 _ 0479t2 Locator - dg _ . 530016179 Locator - ef • 530049107 Trigger 21 . 5300479 € 1173 22 . 5300 _ 6 Bo _ - Han _ ie 4 . 5 _ 0478 _ 3 ] hrottie Hsg • ( Right } 5 - 530047924 23 . 530018152 Wingnut lhrot _ e H _ . ( Left ) AssistHandle 530094543 6 . 530047910 24 . DustCup BoJt - Shield 25 . 530015810 Screw 7 . 530015820 530 _ 0B4 2 _ 53004,9844 Edga Guard Sp _ ng - CompreSsien Aclut _ tor 27 , 530O49845 9 _ 53004792 _ Clamp - Mount _ g 10 . 530016193 Washer 28 . 530015966 Screw 11 . . 5,30049065 DdveSh _ t Hsg _ A _ ' y Uno Umiter _ 2 _ 53 _ 86 13 . 530015814 Screw , 4 , ineLimitor Not Shown 14 . 530069930 ShieldKit Ass'y . 530084661 Operator'sMonua _ ( ; ncl . 12 & 13 ) 530047467 15 . 530095500 CuffingHead Ass'y . ShaftWarningDecal 530049 " f22 ShieldDecal ( Incl . 16 - 19 ) 530049102 Slad _ TnIgnstruction 16 . 530095380 HubAss'y 530O475OO 17 , 530401958 Sp _ r _ StopDecal 18 . 530401957 Clip - Retainer - Head . 12
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• $ 1se cor ' _ conla Ifr _ a de ! lado Maine , Mi _ nr _ sota , Nue _ ra Jersey , izquierdodelprotector , los umgony washington , reqtaerenporley escombrosvolardnen sentido que muchos motoms de cornbusti ( _ opuestoel usuado . interna est _ n equ _ _ con re _ alato TRANSPORTE Y anti _ dspa . Si u _ ed UbT _ ael apar ALMACENAMIENTO donde e0dsten taJes _ lamenteos , usted _ ne la responsabir _ iajduddican - Espereque el motorse enfrfey fijeo de instalary mantenerestaspmzase _ ien el apartoantesde guardarlo correctoestadode funcionamientoD . e oe ' _ sportar ] o en unvehfculo . • Vac _ ' eel tanquede combustible 1ocontrado , estan _ e , n infraccidnde lade tey . Entreen contactoconsuCentro antesde guardarelapamto o de _ ' _ - ' por _ do . Consuma todo el 8ewicioAutorizado parainformaci6n com _ ' Me re _ nte en el sobre las piezas correctas . _ bumdor poniendoel motor oaenlo . marchay dejdndeloen msmarchbustible hastaqueel motorse opareaporesdel • Guardeel apar _ y el cv en unlu _ r dondelos CpmDU _ l _ Dle rio pued , _ l . cnispasni llamaspmvenientesde los termotanques , losmotomso intenuPtores _ , losc . celefactores _ , et • Guardeel aparatode mocloque el ! imitador de Ifneanopueoa causar ne . rkfas9ccidentalesS . e puede co , garel aparatoporel tubo . • _ uarde el aparatofuem del aicance de losn ' _ os . Si acontece elguna situad6n nodoa , pmv _ . en estemanuel , tenga cuidaud y use Duenc _ . Si necesitaay Ilameel 1 - 800 - 235 - 5878ste AVlSO ESPECIAL : E aparato no . . _ ene equipado con _ silenciador _ or de temperatum . ni con rejilde quecumplalosrequisitos _ C6dlgosde California4442 y 4443 . las tienas forestadasfederales , rndslos estadosde Cai _ mia , Idaho , CONTENIDO DE LA CAJA ExanW _ s piezasparava _ x _ rquenoas . Verifiqueque _ induidastodaslas est _ ndara , das . Nousepiezasdar , aday piezasquefiguranen la listaa s _ neoes _ ayud _ _ pieza0s h conlinuact6n . pieza . dsa _ llameal 1 - 800 - 235 . . 5878 . AVISO : Exnom _ escuchaqruego _ aeedo . Modelo 356.795320 e _ fi " _ ode _ end tanquev * Cortadora Esnorm _ encc _ mrresiducsde combus - ° Protectorytuercamariposa tibleo aceiteen el slendadordebidoa . MangoAuxifiarytomilloytuercamad - losajustesal _ ya taspruebas posa efectuad _ porel fabdcar _ . MONTAJE , Recipinetede aceite * Bobinacon6 m ( 20 pies ) de Ifnea ADVERTENCIA : s _ reci _ d aparato yamontado , - mpitatodoslospasosparaado aswgu _ rqueestdcortectamentaermsyse yquetodoslos _ dores est _ ffjo gums . 18
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COMOINSTARLARELMANGO peligrode objetosanohadoshada ela - ( Algur _ usnidadesvienenconel mango usuadoo hada temerosy vieneequipa yainstaJado ) do de un r _ nitadorde lineaqusco _ eloea excesode h'neaparaquequededellargn q _ co _ . FI B'nitadodre ll ( dd _ o delprot _ r ) esliloso ycorI _ uLra . Introduzcatamensulapor la ran comose ilustra . • Gireel protectorhasta queel pemo . • Monted . m _ : jo en el aq _ 0 - atocomo se _ s - 0 - a ; _ quelaprateinfenodre _ rrmngo pase porel odficioen la mensula se a't : u _ We en fa _ en la oJbiertade { , Enrosquela tuerca manposaa ! pemo y ajdstelabien . : La perit _ de ajuste deberaserarmada _ o de _ _ no . or % Ranura • Qimeln - _ . _ g _ o _ g _ ra _ _ si _ n rr _ s cordodable . _ de ajust _ bien el mango . INSTALAClON DEL CABEZAL Y DEL PROTECTOR AO _ Es _ presc _ Z _ q _ el proteotoerste _ e insta - lado . Proveeprotecci6nparcialcoNraet LEA ESTE MANUAL DEL USUARIO Y LAS FEGLAS DE SERGLIRADAD ANTES DE PONER Gufa _ ra TapadelTanque bordes deCombus _ ' bts de I _ i'B _ OPTOR PERILLA Se uUlizael intermptorparapararelor [ ] pedlla ayoda a proveer motor . Empuiey sujeteel intenupt alcarburadordu _ el arranque . Esto en la posiciOnde STOP o OFF hasta le _ al usoado por _ r on motor quela unidadse hayadetenidocom - fn'oen funciormmiento . Accione el ce - pletamente . badorcotocandola palan _ en la posi - BOMBEAOOR STARTD . espudsde queel motorel sehayapuestoen marcha , coloque El bombeadorret _ raa _ e _ e iasI _ neas cebadoren la posici _ nRUN . de € omboslff : dey las Ifenade Esto perrr q e GUIA PARABORDES pongae _ motoren tu _ u € oo men _ _ a _ soga _ a _ anq _ La gufaparabordes impedird que relo - aparatotoqueelsueloduranteel p cedimientode borde _ r . oe _ nao quemmme su formaoriginaL 19
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N _ rEs DE PONER EL MOTOR PAPA - PARA _ EL MOTOR - EN MARCHA Presione y sostengael interruptoprara ADVERT _ CI _ u Aseg0msede detenerel motoren faposici6nSTOPo haler lefdo la infomlac _ n sobm el en la positf6nOFFhastaqueel motor combm _ le en msm _ as de _ se hayadetenido por completo . seguddadantes de cornered . , Sino PARA ARRANCAR EL MOTOR _ , T _ . IJame Interruptor ABASTECLMI _ RO DEL MOTOR para Detener E _ e motorest _ habBado pare el Motor . flj _ c _ mr con _ sin piomo . Antes de usar , se debe _ mez ¢ _ la _ con un acei _ de buerm pare motoresde 2 _ ' dempos enfdados aa _ _ et a _ be mama _ Me ; _ e la COMO ARRANCAR EL MOTOR ga . . _ con e _ ace _ en la propor _ n DE SU APARATO AVERTENCIA : El cabezal de corte gi - rard mientras se est _ intentando porter - aceeeconcada gain de gasck _ sin en marcha el motor . Un silenciador cal _ ) : NOUSEace _ ePare iente podria provocar quemaduras de aUtomOvg _ ni pam bar ¢ o _ zEstosdar gravedad st se toca . . ace _ es da _ rdn d motor . N me ARRANQUE DE MOTOR FRIO O ARRANQUE DESPUES DE HABER _ 6as e . el _ U . avez ABASTECICO EL MOTOR quehayaa _ b el aceite a la . Coloque el aparato en una superflcie gaso _ a _ e _ referee tlana . rim = rob . _ a _ y _ _ reds de _ q . e _ enenque vet € on eJ _ antes de at _ a = ec _ e _ aparao . Posid6ndeArranque IMPORTANTE • Lentamente , oprima el bombeador 6 V _ CP - _ S . ( los _ mados gap = _ ! o losqueueden • Mueva la , palanca del cebador a lapo - con _ . _ e _ k : _ ometan _ p sici6n FULL . Gat _ llo dma _ et _ , Apriete y sostenga el gatillo durante todos los pasos skjuientes . • Tire del mango de arranque basra que _ que de _ porea el motor intente arra , ncar , perono rnds . _ re _ a q . e ias I _ eas de de 5 timnes . • Mueva la palanca de ! cebador a la po - _ a _ o _ Guandovayaa u _ arel a _ umo . sici6n HALF . nuevamemeu , se _ fmco ° Tire del mango de arranque hasta clue Vea _ s bsmedo . es de el motor se ponga en marcha . N . MACENAMIENTO pa _ obta _ r • Deje el motor en marcha pot 10 se - rodsir / mmaciones . gundos , fuego , mueva la palanca del Nun ¢ _ use productos de _ de cebador a la posoci6n OFF . - . . motor oca , ' burador en el tanque de p . rov _ araanos pe _ 2O
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ARRANQUDEEMOTORCALIENTE TWIST - N - EDGE ° Mueva la palanca del cebador a la po - : Hale ta leng0ela hacta el motor . Tuerza e ( lubo en la pos ( d ( _ n de corte ; sici6n OFF . entonces , suelte la lengQe _ - ' _ ° Tire de ( mango de arranque hasta que el motor arranque , • Si el motor no arranca despu _ s de 5 ti - ) tones , siga las instmccionesbajo el t [ tu - 1oARRANQEUDEMOTORFRIO . COMO ARRANCAR UN MOTOR AHOGADO AVANCE DE LA LINEA DE CORTE Los motores ahogados pueden ponerse en marcha moviendo la palanca del ce - La I ( neade codeavanza bador a laposici6n OFF ; luego , tire de la ap . mximadament5ecm ( 2 pulgadas ) cuerda para aclarar el exceso de com - caoa vez que setocael _ bez _ l bustible . Esto podrd requerir que se tire ¢ ontrael sLmIocon el motoraceletado de la cuerda muchas veces dependien - a fondo , do cuan ahogade se encuentm el me - E ! largorods eficientede l ( neaes el tot . Si el apamto sigue sin ponerse eno largomdxJmopermifidopor el limitador marcha , yea la TABLADIGNOSTICA de It'nea . Ilame al ndmero 1 - 800 - 235 - 5878 . Siempremantengael protector debidamenteinstaladoal ub'Ezaerl aparato . * Para haceravancarla li'nas : * Acolareel motora fondo . - Soet _ el cabezaJencimade un POSICION DE USO espa . ciode tierra , con c _ d y paraueloal misrno . , Toqueel cabezallevementeunavez contrael suelo . La lfneaavanzardunos para los Ojos crn . ( 2putgadas ) con cada toque . S ! EMPREUS _ . _ - - - ProtecciSn ara nacoravanzar la t ( nea , toqueel cabezal € ontra el suelo unavez . Pantalones Largos " ' - _ . . _ ' _ , . El re'n , ' _ addoer Ifnea \ \ Zapatos _ _ tl JJ _ \ € oda JaJ ( neaaJk _ ' go \ 1 que € orresponde , - . , J _ = Code de derechaa izquierda INSTRUCCIONES DE USO AVBO : Toq _ _ cabeza ] siempre No haga marchar cemtmel sueJooonde hay'ace _ pecLB el motor a velocidadesmds altasque la rrecesada . La Ifneade corte € orta cemtaotoconba las supeff _ as tales comoel cementoo asfaitocausard efictentementeconel motordmenor marchando a unavelocida desga . . , e _ xecesho , del cabezaL que la mdxima , ptoduciendoas / AViSO : 8i noque _ rodsqUedes o memosruidoy wl _ raci6n . La Iinea dedrd . trespulgadasde hnea , habr _ que colts durampotrods ttempoy , ten naserm ( Lsde un toque para obtenered menos probabilidadde " tunoirse " a la largode Iinea rndseficienta . bobina . ADVERTENCIA : Use Siempresuetteel acolemdory deje excludva _ enteifnea condidmetrode que el motor bajea marcha ] enta 2 rnm ( . 080 " de pulgada ) _ . Ifneas m € _ , Janndooostdcod _ . oconcualquierotrodidmetronodrdn Para parar et motor : , avanz _ ' dndeOi _ nte y p * Suelteel gatilloacelerador . ¢ ausargravesheddas . No use ning ( m - Aprete y amantengaapretadoel otton - , a _ rial , comoalambre , _ l _ interruptormomentdneo hast queel sog _ etc . El _ re se puede motorse haya detenkJopot qu _ mr _ el € orte , completo . convir ' . d6r _ oseen proyec _ pe ! h _ ' oso m quepueaecaasar graveshe _ 21
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ADV _ ffI _ ICIA : Use . sk _ me _ 6n de ojo _ Nunca s inc _ ede Sobreelcabez _ B _ puesy arrojar . ohacerrebot _ r _ edm escorr _ rosque pueden d _ " en los ojosy la tara delusuadoy causar ceguerau otras _ ' aves heddas . PARARECORTAR - Sostengael aparatode modo queel cabd _ q . uedea unos Scm ( 3 pU } gadas ) de ] sue _ oyen dngub . Perrnit _ q , _ lmicamerdetd , puntade la Uneahaga contaclo . No metaia lfnea dentrodel 4ma que se e _ trabajar _ . Por Encima delSue ] o PAPAESCALPAR - La t _ ca de escalparse usaparequear , # _ c _ _ deseada . So _ el cabe _ a uncsi _ cm ( 3 pulga . ' _ ) del suetoy enea 4nguio.Deje queP . ' p . ' - unta dela h _ n e _ sue _ oalmdedorde los am _ e _ los . pcs _ s , los mcnmnentos , et _ . Esta _ , _ a _ nmlen _ _ desga _ e de la Enea , PAPA ESC , N . . PAR PAPA CORTAR CESPED - B . a , oarato es ideal pavacoe _ arcdspeden _ os cortarcdsped , mag _ tengafaI _ nea pasalelael sueio . Eviteapre _ ellal cabez _ € ontra elsuelo , ya que p . mceo _ m _ enptouedees _ par el suelo y aa _ arel aparato . PARACORTAR _ | cespeo . 22
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PARABARRER - La acci6n RIBETEAR - Las caracterfsticasdel vent , adorade la Ifneaen rot , _ ci6n Twist - N - Edgepermitenfacilitar el Ira * p . uedeser utiffzadapara haceruna bajodel dbeteoalredederde aceras , timpiezar _ . ida . y f _ ' L Mantengala patios , caminosde entrade , etc . Ajuste ffneaparaJelaaJsueloy encimade las la podadoraparala posici6nde ribe - superfi ¢ i . esquese quierabartery teo . Permitaque s61ola punta de lala mueva eJaparatorepetidamente , nea hagael contacto . Nofuerce pdmemhaciaunladey despudsal Ifneade podaren el drea de trabajo . otro PAPA _ i _ J " " _ , RIBETEAR t 3 : PLANILLA DE MANTENIMIENTO TAREADE CUIDADOY MANTENIMIENTO CUANDO HACER Antesde cada uso Vedficarquenohaya _ adems flo _ osnipiezassuaitas Verificarque . no . hayapiezasdafiadaso gastadas Antesde cada uso Umpiarel aparaioy las placas Despudsde cada uso Cada 5 horasde uso Umpiarel fill _ de aim . . Inspeccionary limpiarta re _ llaantidlispas Cada2 . 5horasde uso Anuaimente Cambiarla bujfa . . . . . . . RECOMENDACIONES posici6nSTOR Veaque el motorse - GENEFIALES haya detenido ; yaotoseguidoponga el motoren marchanuevamente La garanffade esteaparatono seal contimle . aplicaa losartfculossomel _ los • Tanquede Combustible - Parede abucoo a la negligenciadel usuado . usarel aparatosi hay indiciosdede Parareciblrel valorcorr _ pletdoe la da _ . 0so . . p _ lidas en el tanque garantfa , el usuariodebr4mantenerel combustible . aparatoseg0nlasinstruccionesen - Protector - Parede usarel aparatosi este manual . Set4 necesadohacer el protectorest4dafiedo . tvadosajustesped6dicarnenteparae . mantenere ! apamtodebidamen LIMPIE EL APARATO Y LAS PLACAS VERIFIQUE QUE NO HAYA PIEZAS SUELTAS NI • Urnpieel aparatousandountrape homedoconundetergen _ suave . F JA . O . F . LOJOS • Sdqueloconuntrapolimpio . LIMPIE EL RLTRO DE AIRE N _ 31impieel filtrocon gasoEnani : Tommodselacaja Tomillosde la ManijaAu _ iar unottosolventei _ . _ le , y . ae • Protector que nacenop _ e crearpeligroa ince _ o yemisionesevaporativas VERIRQUE QUE NO HAYA nocivas . PIEZAS DAI _ DAS N ! GAETADASe Lim _ eza del filVo de aim : El Centrod Sewido Seas deberd Los _ de aim Suciosoisminuyenel renairmentodet motore incmmentan efeotuartodocamblode piezas el co _ sumode combustibley laivas . daSadaso gastadas . • InterruptorOn / Stop - Asegumseque producoi6nde emisionesnocime el intermptorfunciona Limpieaiempmel filtrode ad correctamentemovi _ ndoa [ ola despudsde cada5 horas uso . 23
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cadxmizando . La € _ rboniza _ n deberdser re _ rada paraev _ , r _ de incen ¢ _ o ba _ de re _ nto del motor . , ios Re , re la _ ' i _ de ! dlendador y hmpiela . Cambie la re _ ' llaporuna re numtasi se producealgunarolura _ CAMB | E LA BUJIA • l . : , mpi _ e tapay eh _ rea _ , ' r _ ua P _ . ambilea buj _ todoslos _ par9as para . evitarquecai , cjatien'ay asem'n . as _ ar que el motorap'an . quem en la cdmeradel carburadorcuando abrala . tapa . , Laveel flareen agu = y jalx _ ! Dlee _ t _ equlaesepl't . _ _ laross _ e sesqeuaeu . sa'an . GE'ey luegor _ m _ € _ puc _ _ b Reponga _ s pk = as . bujra _ . * relJmlabuj = adeidEndro y II _ PECCIONE Y MMPIE LA REJILLA ANTICHISPAS ( Si . Cdmbielaporunabujra _ RCJ _ Yy _ conuna _ . . _ . de " t _ . e ) . . . . . . A ! irusanoo = apera _ , el sEenciadory 8 / 4 de pu _ g _ ( 10 - 12 _ / pie ; . la rej _ ant _ pas sevan - Yuelva a i # _ ; ta _ la cai : u : ha . POSICION DE USO . Meta _ = , n ( I / 2 pU _ gadad ) e _ apur _ USE $ 1EMPRE de lalmea porel odf _ iopeque _ oenel interiorde I _ bobina . • Enrosquela li'neaen la bobir _ f , _ ne y pare . " . _ pe _ _ e en la _ recci6n clue • F _ la Eneaen I = megaen la bobina , _ jan _ unos 7 a 12 cm ( 3 a 5in t _ nea colgando s _ ) de • Meta la puntade la Ifnea porel or _ = _ o Corte desdesu dere _ hada su de s _ da en el c _ o comoseve en m izqmerda . PAPA AVANZAR LA UNEA DE • Armeelamell = ¢ _ n el odficiode salida . tORTE • Co [ ¢ < tue la bob _ na en el cubo y Haga avamar la Ifnea tocando el er _ u _ , le _ . basra que se fije en c _ : i ¢ _ l leven _ nte en la _ ra mieneas • " rimla Ii'ne _ que sobre _ le del cubo el ¢ abezal estd gim _ o a toda ve _ E ! r _ , _ tad _ rde l [ nea , unael cucP _ de metal instalada en protec _ x , _ rta laIfneaal largocormcto . PAPA CAMBIAR LA LINEAR • Retire la bobina Erandofirmemente • delbot6nde toque . • lnstale una bobin = pre , _ rga _ doe cor _ un largode unos 6 mem _ I / neer . nan _ Sea . _ con cEdmetrode 2mm ( . 080 de _ ) . Nunca esuseen alambre , soga , htlo , e _ , queme pueden rcm _ r y converli proyectilespeligrosos . 24
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precalibraci6np , ase a la secci6n Lineaen ia Mella = Ajustesa la MarchaLenta ' . • Gireel tomillode mezclaa nlatJdode ! izquierda ( an contradelse reloj ) hastequase detenga . • Gim el tom ! riode marcha lentaa la derecha ( en el sent ! dodel mloj ) hastaquese detenga . dAhoragfreloia . Odficiode sar _ lade la Ifne _ hacialaizquierda4 vueltasy me Pongael motor en rnamhaycodeedaao AJUSTES AL CARBURADOR pastopot 3 minutos , luegoprcotorn ADVERTENCIA : Elcabezalestard la secci6nde ajustes . Si el mo gimndodumntela mayorpartede este arranos , , tea la tabiadiagn _ - ticao proce _ miento . Use su equip ( > de llamaal 1 - 800 - 235 - 5878 . protecel6nycumplacontodaslas $ i el funcionam | entode ! motores precaucionesde seguddad . Despuds aceptable conlas posicionesde de hacerlosajustesa la mezP . Je , precalibraci6nn , ohardfalta hacerrods . welva a verificarla marcha lenta . ajustes . El ajuotede ! carburador es de PROCEDIMIENTO DE AJUSTE pdmomialimportancia . Si se Io haos Maroha Lenta " T " inaotmctamente , puede da _ ar tanto el Dejeel motoren mamhalenta . Ajustese motorcomo el cmburader lasrevolucioneshastaqueel motor permanentementeS . i necesitarods mantenga en marchasin ahogarse . _ yuda o noestdsegurode cSmo • Gireel tomilloa la derecha ( en rellas acer el procedimientoI , lamea sentidedel relo _ pare aumenta nuestrotel6fonode ayudael . revolucionessi el motorse ahogao consumider , a ! 1 - 800 - 235 - 5878 . se pare . Elcombuslible vencido , el fi _ o de aimar • Gim el tomilloa la izquierda ( an suoioo el motorahogadopuedend contra del sentidodet reloj ) pare ra impresk _ de carburaci6n bajarlas revoiuciones . desajustadeV . erifiqueestas No hacefeltaningt _ nottoajustesi el condiciones antes de hacercualquier rendimientoes _ actodo . ajuste . Ajuste de Mezcia " H " El ostburadorha side ajustade NO HAGA MARCHAREL MOTOR cuidadosamenteen laf _ Lbdca . conel acelemdora fondoportiempo Posiblementese hagennecosarioss prolongademientras hate losajustes . _ ljustessise notecuatquierade la E ! motorpuedequedarde , ado . iguientescondiciones : Extiendala [ inea al largo permitidopor • E1motorno andaa marcha lenta . el limitadorde Ifneay cortealgodeo Vea " MamhaLentaT " bajoel pasto . De acuerdoal mndimient de ! procedknientode ajuste . motoral cortar , gireettomi , o de ajuste • El motor se pareo se ahogacuando de mezcla en incrementosde 1 / 16 de dabsaoslerar . Vea " Ajustede laiento vueltadeltomillo , comosedetallaa Aceleraci6n " bajo el procedim continuad6n : de ajuste . • A la derecha ( en el sentidodelrelo _ • Fablede potenciaparecorlar . Vea hastaquee ! motortengabuenaarse . " AjL _ ' tede la Mazda H " bajoel potenciaparecortar sinahog proced'n'niendtoe ajuste . No hegalosajustesporsonideni Hay dostom _ tosde ajustaen el por revoludones , sinopor el carburaderF . _ . eldmn arcadoscon = H " y rendimientode ! motoral cotter . " T ' . Est _ ubicadosarribade ! • A la izquierda ( en € ontm de ! sentidod bombeador . de ! reloj ) si el emotortienevelocida PUNTOS DE PRECALIBRAClON de revolucionesperose parao l A ! hacerajustesne fuercelastapes falta potenciaal cortar . limitadorasde ptds _ corndselld de los Despudsde completarestosajustes , retentoreso puede haberda _ os . Si no verifiquela aoslemci6n . . Ajuste se necesitanlospuntosde nuevarnentesies necesario 25
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Vedfic _ ac _ d6elnaA ¢ _ m _ 6n Sielmotorsepamohesitaen vezde ( cdn1 ac _ emr , gimel t0m _ de aius _ ede la ade March = senfidodelreloj ) hastaconseguiruna aosleraci6nparej _ Vedfiquestes nuevamentey hagalosaju _ de | necesadosparacon . s _ , ir un tuncionamientoaGep _ . me : A _ ad = estabiliz _ dora la g _ ina en e ! Prepareel apara _ . para . el tamluede con _ usttbloo en p _ _ almacenarn _ nto al finalde la redpientede = ma . _ . enp . mientq oe teml _ rada o elva a est _ sin usarpot combustible _ . iga msmstruo = ones ae m _ _ e 30 dfas . mezcla quese e . nc . _ n _ ane . nlop _ , ADVERTENCIA : envasesde osta _ . _ r , k'ong _ _ motor en mand _ ayck _ jeloon por Io menos5 minutosoespue _ de transpottado . ponedeestabl _ izador . El aositeCRAFTSMAN40 : 1 pare _ motoros de 2 lL = mpos ( enfdado a _ . . vaporesdecom _ nopued _ . elre ) vtenemezdado = onest = _ zapor , entraren ¢ ontactocon . chisp _ n . _ de ( _ mbu _ ' ble . Sino usa estea _ : e _ llamasablertasproven _ entease , os de _ m ; , ententes puedeaifadirun termotanques , _ motoreso estabi ] izadoar l tanque _ e intermptoresel ( _ tdpos , lOS _ comb _ . c _ efa _ ' _ oresosn _ , tezodd . INTERIOR DEI . MOTOR • G _ rde ela _ rato con los _ protecto . rysen sur _ gary , € ? _ lue e _ • Reg . ' rela bujiala bujfay viertaur = a cucnaradadelas de t6 de acelte aparato € le mode ClUelas nopuedanc _ usarheridaspot 40 : 1 _ mo * p _ esde 2 ti _ accidente . • Guardeel a _ aratoy el combust _ leos . _ ra la = > _ ta . _ = mneejenmmen = = bienfuera _ 1 elcanos de losniE la soga _ mTaJ : KlUe . aU10 veces pareff _ douir el ace _ e . SUPERFICIES EXT _ RNAS • Reer _ iabuifacon ot _ del tipo $ i va a _ uard _ el a _ . . 0 durante . yde _ agarnade ¢ elor mucho tiempo , nmp = e _ nogurosame . m , ey reosrnenclaOos , pfirnero . Gudrdetoen un _ gar limpio • Umpieel fiftmde aim . fieoo , • F . xaminetodoel apamtoEp'a verlficarclueno h _ yatpmilLos'j - ie _ ercas ntpemossuel _ ) s . _ ; . arnu met _ s . todaslas piezasdafladas , SISTEMA DE COMBUSTIBLE quebradeso _ stad _ . BajoAb . apet _ mi'entodelMotor , en la _ • _ principldeelapr < _ ma _ m _ . _ r'a _ sebcionoe Usoen estemanu = , yea e [ use exc _ usivamemceon - , ous = o _ mm , . , o _ r r = do ' O AFm ' nuevocon la propo _ dn correctade acerc _ del usoa ¢ ¢ ombuSt _ leSotorde gaso _ n _ s _ eite . mezcladosconelcohol en el m OTRO su apa _ to . • No guardpg . a : soltnadeuna Los _ d _ T _ zadores de combustible temp0ra _ a la siguiente . • Cambieel recipie , _ ede gasolinas _ se empiezaa Oxidar . de gomaduranteel almacenamiento . 26
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TABLA DIAGNOSTICA SOLUCION PROeLeMA Vea las Instruccionesde El motorno • B motore _ Arranque . arrano _ , ahogado . Lien • el tanque con la mezda • Eltanquede • con - ectade combu _ ble . combustibleestd vacfo . I , Instal • una buj _ nueva . ' • La bujfanohace ch _ pa . • El € ombuslJbleno • _ que s ! el firm de combustibl _ sucio , Ifmpielo . Vedfique si estdIlegandoal hay dobleces en _ at _ ea de carburador . combustible o si astd pardda ; rep _ ' ela o cdmbie _ a . • La compresidne . _ H'd Entre en contaoto con etcio . baja . ° Concesionario de Servi Ajusteel tomiUode mamha lent = El motorno • I _ 1ajustede la maria * anda en lent = estdmuy bajo . ala derecha pare aumentar las mamha revolution • s , lentacomo • E ! ajus _ de la mamha - Ajustee ! tomillo de marcha lent = debe , lent = estdmuy afro . ala izquierdapare bajar las revoludones . , El cad _ uradorrequiem • Vea " Ajustesal Carburador . aide . ie Entreencontactoconeloio . [ . Lasjuntasde _ cig0e _ J _ Concesionaddoe 8en / iel estdngastadas . Entreencontactocon • La compresi6nestdbaje • ConcesionaridoeServicio . El motor no • Elflirt0 deair • estd • Umpieo cabmiee ! filtrode aire . acelem , le sue ! o . Umpieo cambfela bujfay calibre ] falta • La bujfaestd * notenciao carbonizada . la sel _ d6n . J _ - " . . _ k _ = . , El carburadorrequiem - Vea " Ajustesal Carbumdor . j _ Js _ e . I ( : alga . * El filtrode ade est _ " Entreenconta _ ' tocone ! $ UC _ O . Concesionaddoe Servicio . J • Elcarburadorrequiem * Entreencontactooon el Concesionaridoe Sewic _ o . I El motor humea * La mezci = * Ajusteelcebador . I excesivamen _ combus _ e se ha ! hechoincorrectarnente , 1 Vade el tanquede Combustible - ] y I " Se ha instaladola bujfa * inco _ . ff _ nelode € ombus ' albeconta | | mezclacorre _ : la . • El filtrode air • estd Umpieo ceJnbieel fiitrode aim . I sucio . | • " Etcarburadorrequiem • Vea " AjusteassCarburador ' . I | . . . . . ; a J = e . • El motor La mezclade Vea " AbastecimiendtoelApamto ' . marchacon combustiblese ha ' " l _ temperature hechoincorrect = mente . i _ i _ ' _ - ' - • Se ha instaladola bujfa • Cdmbielapot labuj _ acorrecta . III - ' - ' - _ inoorrecta . • B carburadorrequiem I ! • vea " Ajustesal Carburado _ r . t | ajuste . • Acumu _ i6n de • Entreencontactoconel Ill carb6n . Concesionaridoe Servicio . ill 27
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0530084661 Manual
0530049122 Shield decal
0530049102 Starting instruction
0530047500 Decal stop
0530047467 Shaft warning decal
1530094551 Drive shaft-flex
10530016193 Insert sheet
11530049065 Drive shaft hsg. assembly
12530095249 Line limiter
13530015814 Screw
14530069930 Shield kit assembly (includes keys 7, 10, 12, a...
15530095500 Cutting head assembly (incl. 16-19)
16530095380 Hub assembly
17530401958 Spring
18530401957 Retainer
197185816 Spool w/line
2530016179 Screw
20530047912 Locator-right
21530047911 Locator-left
22530016173 Bolt
23530016152 Wingnut
24530094543 Dust cap
25530015810 Screw
26530049844 Edge guard
27530049845 Mounting clamp
28530015966 Screw
3530049107 Trigger
4530047923 Throttle housing
5530047924 Housing throttle
6530047910 Handle assist
7530015820 Bolt
8530042084 Washer
9530047925 Actuator
0530084661 Manual
0530049122 Shield decal
0530049102 Starting instruction
0530047500 Decal stop
0530047467 Shaft warning decal
1530016164 Starter spring
10530015945 Ring
11530049390 Sheet - insert
12530049389 Sheet - insert
13530069886 Flywheel assembly
14530039163 Module
15530036145 Spacer
16530015954 Screw
17530015828 Washer
18530027953 Coupling -drive
19530014532 Crankshaft assembly
2530015892 Screw
20530069615 Kit
21530049903 Piston ring
22530014861 Crankcase assembly (incl 10 and 23-26)
23530032125 Bearing
24530032124 Bearing
25530019179 Seal crankcase
26530015941 Ring
27530036578 Muffler body
28530036577 Cover
29530049489 Muffler baffle-exit
3530016168 Retainer-pulley
30530036579 Muffler baffle - first
31530016197 Spring muffler
32530049377 Rear Shroud
33530019181 Gasket
34530069757 Cylinder kit
35530069758 Kit carburetor adapter
36530015849 Screw
37530019223 Gasket
38530069754 Carburetor assembly kit (incl. limiter cap)
39530015162 Retainer ring
4530015880 Screw
40530047914 Choke lever
41530015557 Screw
42530047916 Choke lever
43530015254 Washer
44530015852 Spacer
45530049089 Air box
46530047932 Front Foam-air filter
47530049079 Air filter cover
48530015966 Screw-air box
49530049066 Throttle cable assembly
5530027569 Handle - starter
50530049299 Fuel tank
51530015953 Screw
52530036793 Shroud isolator
53530069247 Kit line
54530069870 Kit muffler
55530014347 Fuel cap
56530014362 Fuel pickup assembly
57530069616 Kit gasket
58530014729 C'case/c'shaft assembly (incl. 10, 19, 22-26)
59530038114 On/off switch
6530015810 Screw
60530049469 Fan housing
61530069232 Kit rope
62530069400 Starter pulley
63530069599 Return line
64530016080 Screw
65530036792 Isolator-c'case
66530069756 Piston kit (incl. 21, 68 and pin)
67530069380 Spark arrestor kit
7530019233 Gasket - cylinder/carb. adaptor
8CJ8Y Plug, spark (champion rcj-8y or equivalent) typ...
9530019194 Gasket
0530084661 Manual
0530049122 Shield decal
0530049102 Starting instruction
0530047500 Decal stop
0530047467 Shaft warning decal
1530038404 Piston ring - fl21, featherlite plus and xt200
2530069842 Kit carburetor
3530069844 Kit gasket