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Instruction Manual J € : RAFTSMA # ° J 34cc / 2.1 cu . in . 4 - CycleWAOKER GASOLINE WEED ® Model No . 358.796121 • Safety • Assembly • Operation • Maintenance • Parts List • Espar _ ol For Occasional Use Only WARNING : Read and follow all Safety Rules and Operating Instructions before first use of this product . For answers to your questions about this product : Call 7 am - 7 pm , Mon . - Sat . , or 10 am - 7 pm , Sun . 1 - 800 - 235 - 5878 _ Holioste , dsare Central Time ) Sears , Roebuck and Co . , Hoffman Estates , IL 60179 U . S . A . 530165093 4 / 20 / 04
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Warranty Statement 2 Storage 18 Identification of Symbols 2 Troubleshooting Table 19 Safety Rules 3 Emissions Statement 20 Assembly 8 Operation 9 Parts List 23 Maintenance 15 Spanish 26 Service & Adjustments 17 Parts and Ordering Back Cover FULL TWO YEAR WARRANTY ON CRAFTSMAN ® GAS POWERED WEEDWACKER ® LINE TRIMMER . For two years from the date of purchase , when this Craftsman Gas Powered Weedwacker Line Trimmer is maintained , lubricated , and tuned up according to the operating and maintenance instructions in this 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 during normal use . If this Weedwacker line trimmer is used for commercial purposes , this warranty ap - plies for only 90 days from the date of purchase . 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 . WARRANTY SERVICE IS AVAILABLE BY RETURNING THE WEEDWACKER LINE TRIMMER TO THE NEAREST SEARS STORE OR 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 / 817WA , Hoffman Estates , IL 60179 WARNING ! This trimmer Read and understand the instruction manual before can be dangerous ! Careless or using the trimmer . improper use can cause serious or even fatal injury . Always wear appropriate ear protection , eye protection and head protection .
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OPERATOR SAFETY , _ LWARNING : When using gar - • Dress properly . Always wear safety dening appliances , basic safety pre - glasses or similar eye protection cautions must always be followed to when operating , or performing main - reduce the risk of fire and serious tenance , on your unit ( safety glasses injury . Read and follow all instructions . are available ) . Eye protection should be marked Z87 . This power unit can be dangerous ! Op - erator is responsible for following • Always wear face or dust mask if op - instructions and warnings on unit and in eration is dusty . manual . Read entire instruction manual • Always wear heavy , long pants , long before using unit ! Be thoroughly familiar sleeves , boots , and gloves . Wearing with the controls and the proper use of safety leg guards is recommended . the unit . Restrict the use of this unit to • Always wear foot protection . Do not persons who have read , understand , go barefoot or wear sandals . Stay and will follow the instructions and clear of spinning line . warnings on the unit and in the manual . • Secure hair above shoulder length . Never allow children to operate this unit . Secure or remove loose clothing or clothing with loosely hanging ties , straps , tassels , etc . They can be caught in moving parts . • Being fully covered also helps protect INSTRUCTION SAFETY INFORMATION you from debris and pieces of toxic MANUAL ON THE UNIT plants thrown by spinning line . A • Stay Alert . Do not operate this unit DANGER : Never use blades when you are tired , ill , upset or under with line trimmer attachment . Never the influence of alcohol , drugs , or use flailing devices with any attach - medication . Watch what you are do - ment . This unit ( when used with sup - ing ; use common sense . plied line trimmer attachment ) is de - • Wear hearing protection . signed for line trimmer use only . Use • Never start or run inside a closed of any other accessories with line trim - room or building . Breathing exhaust mer attachment will increase the risk fumes can kill . of injury . • Keep handles free of oil and fuel . • Always keep engine on the right hand side of your body . Q • Hold the unit firmly with both hands . • Keep trimmer head ( or other optional WARNING : Trimmer line throws attachment ) below waist level and objects violently . You and others can be away from all parts of your body . Do blinded / injured . Wear eye and leg not raise engine above your waist . protection . Keep body parts clear of ro - • Keep all parts of you r body away from tating line . muffler and spinning line ( or other op - Eye Protection tional attachment ) . Keep engine be - low waist level . A hot muffler can / Hazard Zone cause serious burns . • Keep firm footing and balance . Do not - overreach or use from unstable sur faces such as ladders , trees , steep slopes , rooftops , etc . lm * Boots • Use only in daylight or good artificial light . Keep children , bystanders , and animals • Use only for jobs explained in this 50 feet ( 15 meters ) away . Stop unit im - manual ( or manuals for optional at - mediately if approached . tachments ) . If situations occur which are not cov - UNIT / MAINTENANCE SAFETY ered in this manual , use care and • Disconnect the spark plug before per - good judgment . If you need assis - tance , contact your Sears Service forming maintenance except carbure - Center or call 1 - 800 - 235 - 5878 . tor adjustments . 3
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• Lookforandreplacdeamageodr SAFETY NOTICE : Exposure to vibra - loospeartbseforeeachuseL . oofkor tions through prolonged use of gasoline andrepafiurelleakbseforueseK . eep powered hand tools could cause blood vessel or nerve damage in the fingers , ingoowd orkincgondition . • Replactreimmehreadpartsthatare hands , and joints of people prone to cir - culation disorders or abnormal swell - chippecdra , ckebdr , okeonr , damaged ings . Prolonged use in cold weatherm - inanyothewraybeforuesintgheunit . has been linked to blood vessel da • Maintaiunnitaccordintog recom - age in otherwise healthy people . If mendepdrocedureKse . epcutting lineatpropelerngth . symptoms occur such as numbness , pain , loss of strength , change in skin • UseonlyCraftsmanb @ randline . color or texture , or loss of feeling in the Neveursewirer , opes , tringe , tc . • Instarlel quiresdhielpdroperblyefore fingers , hands , or joints , discontinue the use of this tool and seek medical atten - usintgheunitU . seonlyspecifiterdim - tion . An anti - vibration system does not merheadm ; akesureit isproperly guarantee the avoidance of these prob - installeadndsecureflaystened . lems . Users who operate power tools • Makseureuniitsassembcleodrrectly asshowinnthismanual . on a continual and regular basis must monitor closely their physical condition • Makecarburetaodr justmenwtsith and the condition of this tool . loweerndsupportteodprevenlint e SPECIAL NOTICE : This unit is fromcontactianngyobject . equipped with a temperature limiting • Keepotheraswawy hemn akincgar - muffler and spark arresting screen buretoardjustments . which meets the requirements of Cali - • UseonlyrecommendCeradftsman fornia Codes 4442 and 4443 . All U . S . accessoraiensdreplacempeanrtts . forest land and the states of California , • Havaellmaintenanacnedservicneot Idaho , Maine , Minnesota , New Jersey , explaineindthismanuaplerformed Oregon , and Washington require by byaSearSservicCeenter . law that many internal combustion en - FUEL SAFETY gines be equipped with a spark arrest - • Pour fuel outdoors . ing screen . If you operate in a locale • Keep away from sparks or flames . where such regulations exist , you are • Use a container approved for fuel . legally responsible for maintaining the • Do not smoke or allow smoking near operating condition of these parts . fuel or the unit . Failure to do so is a violation of the • Avoid spilling fuel or oil . Wipe up all law . For normal homeowner use , the fuel spills . muffler and spark arresting screen will • Move at least 10 feet ( 3 meters ) away not require any service . After 50 hours from fueling site before starting engine . of use , we recommend that your muf - • Stop engine and allow to cool before fler be serviced or replaced by a removing fuel cap . Sears Service Center . • Always store gasoline in a container approved for flammable liquids . _ , WARNING : The engine exhaust TRANSPORTING AND STORAGE from this product contains chemicals • Allow engine to cool before storing or known to the State of California to transporting in vehicle . cause cancer , birth defects , or other • Empty the fuel tank before storing or reproductive harm . transporting the unit . Use up fuel left in LINE TRIMMER SAFETY the carburetor by starting the engine and letting it run until it stops . _ , WARNING : Inspect the area to be trimmed before each use . Remove • Store or transport unit with spark plug facing up . objects ( rocks , broken glass , nails , • Do not store or transport unit with spark wire , etc . ) which can be thrown by or plug facing down ( see STORAGE sec - become entangled in line . Hard ob - tion for additional information ) . jects can damage the trimmer head • Store unit and fuel in area where fuel and be thrown causing serious injury . vapors cannot reach sparks or open • Use only for trimming , scalping , mow - flames from water heaters , electric mo - ing and sweeping . Do not use for edg - tors or switches , furnaces , etc . ing , pruning or hedge trimming . • Store unit so line limiter blade cannot • Cut only from your left to your right . accidentally cause injury . Cutting on right side of the shield will • Store unit out of reach of children . throw debris away from the operator =
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BLOWER / VACUUM SAFETY ADDITIONASLAFETY RULES FOR OPTIONAL ATTACHMENTS _ , WARNING : Inspect area before starting unit . Remove all debris and ' _ WARNING : For each optional hard objects such as rocks , glass , attachment used , read entire opera - wire , etc . that can ricochet , be thrown , tors manual before use and follow all or otherwise cause injury or damage warnings and instructions in manual during operation . and on attachment . • Do not set unit on any surface except a clean , hard area while engine is run - , _ WARNING : Ensure handlebar is ning . Debris such as gravel , sand , installed when using edger or brush - dust , grass , etc . , could be picked up cutter attachments . Attach handlebar by the air intake and thrown out above arrow on safety label on the up - through discharge opening , damag - per shaft ( engine end of unit ) . If your ing unit , property , or causing serious edger or brushcutter attachment does injury to bystanders or operator . not include a handlebar , a handlebar • Never place objects inside the blower accessory kit ( # 530071451 ) is avail - tubes , vacuum tubes or blower outlet . able from your Sears Service Center . Always direct the blowing debris away from people , animals , glass , and solid objects such as trees , automobiles , walls , etc . The force of air can cause _ ebar rocks , dirt , or sticks to be thrown orto ricochet which can hurt people or ani - EDGER SAFETY mals , break glass , or cause other damage . WARNING : Inspect the area to • Never run unit without the proper be edged before each use . Remove equipment attached . When using objects ( rocks , broken glass , nails , your unit as a blower , always install blower tubes . wire , etc . ) which can be thrown by the blade or can wrap around the shaft . • Check air intake opening , blower tubes or vacuum tubes frequently , always • Blade rotates momentarily after the with engine stopped and spark plug trigger is released . The blade can se - disconnected . Keep vents and dis - riously cut you or others . charge tubes free of debris which can • Allow blade to stop before removing it from the cut . accumulate and restrict proper air flow . • Never place any object in air intake Blade rotates Allow bladeto stop # opening as this could restrict proper before removing air flow and cause damage to the unit . after the from the cut . • Never use for spreading chemicals , fertilizers , or other substances which may contain toxic materials . • To avoid spreading fire , do not use near leaf or brush fires , fireplaces , barbecue pits , ashtrays , etc . BRUSHCUTTER SAFETY • Throw away blades that are bent , warped , cracked , broken or damaged ' _ DANGER : Blade can thrust vio - in any other way . Replace parts that lently away from material it does not cut . are cracked , chipped , or damaged Blade thrust can cause amputation of before using the unit . arms or legs . • Do not attempt to remove cut hmateriale nor hold material to be cut when t engine is running or when cutting blade is moving . • Always keep the wheel and depth ad - justing skid in contact with the ground . • Always push the unit slowly over the ground . Stay alert for uneven side - walks , holes in the terrain , large roots , ' 40 & WARNING : Do not use trimmer etc . • Always use the handlebarwhen using head as a fastening device for the blade . edger attachment . 5
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_ WARNING : Thebladceontin - uestospinaftetrhethrottliesre - leaseodrenginiesturneodff . The 411WARNING : Inspect the area to coastinbgladecanthrowobjectosr be cultivated before starting the unit . seriousclyutyouifaccidentally Remove all debris and hard and sharp touchedS . topthebladebycontactingobjects such as rocks , vines , branch - thelefthansdideofthecoasting es , rope , string , etc . bladewithmateriaallreadcyut . • Avoid heavy contact with solid objects that might stop the tines . If heavy con - Stocpoasting tact occurs , stop the engine and in - bladbeycontact _ , _ . , , , , _ spect the unit for damage . • Never operate the cultivator without withcumt ater _ i _ al " _ the tine cover in place and properly secured . • Keep the tines and guard clear of de - bris . • After striking a foreign object , stop the engine , disconnect the spark plug IliWARNING : Inspetchteareato and inspect the cultivator for damage . becutbeforeeachuseR . emovoeb - Repair before restarting . jects ( rocksb , rokegnlassn , ailsw , ire , • Disconnect attachment from the drive etc . w ) hichcanbethrowonrbecome engine before cleaning the tines with entangleindthebladeortrimmelinr e . a hose and water to remove any • Throwawaayndreplacbeladetshat build - up . Oil the tines to prevent rust . arebenwt , arpecdr , ackebdr , okeonr • Always wear gloves when servicing damageindanyothewr ay . or cleaning the tines . The tines be - • Instarlel quiresdhielpdroperblyefore come very sharp from use . usintgheunitU . sethemetaslhielfdor • Do not run unit at high speed unless allmetablladeuse . cultivating . HEDGE TRIMMER SAFETY _ , WARNINGO : nlyusebrushcut - terattachmetnhtaspt rovidaemetal , _ , DANGER : RISK OF CUT ; KEEP shielwdithproboscniosse . HANDS AWAY FROM BLADE - Blade moves momentarily after the trigger is % osois released . Do not attempt to clear awayn . cut material when the blade is in motio Make sure the switch is in the OFF posi - tion , the spark plug wire is discon - nected , and the blade has stopped moving before removing jammed mate - • Use only specified blade and make rial from the cutting blade . Do not grab sure it is properly installed and se - or hold the unit by the cutting blade . curely fastened . • Out from your right to your left . Blades move Allow blades to stop momentarily before removingcut . • Always use the handlebar and a prop - after the them from the erly adjusted shoulder strap with blade ( see ASSEMBLY instructions in brush - cutter attachment instruction manual ) . triggerls CULTIVATOR SAFETY _ , WARNING : Rotating tines can , _ & WARNING : Inspect the area be - cause serious injury . Keep away from rotating tines . Stop the engine and fore starting the unit . Remove all de - disconnect the spark plug before un - bris and hard objects such as rocks , clogging tines or making repairs . glass , wire , etc . that can ricochet , be 6
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throwno , rotherwicsaeusienjuroyr dIIWARNING : To prevent serious damagdeurinogperation . injury , do not use more than one boom • Donout seacuttinbgladtehaitsbent , extension with a pole pruner attach - warpecdr , ackebdr , okeonrdamaged ment . inanyothewr ayH . avweornordam - agedpartsreplacebdyyourSears _ bWARNING : Keep the pruner ServicCeenter . away from power lines or electrical • Alwaykseepuniitnfronotfyoubrody . wires . Keeapllpartosfyoubrodaywafyrom • Only use for pruning limbs or thecuttinbglade . branches up to 4 inches in diameter . • Keepthecuttinbgladeandairvents • Do not operate the unit faster than the cleaorfdebris . speed needed to prune . Do not run the POLE PRUNER SAFETY unit at high speed when not pruning . • Always stop the unit when work is , _ . WARNING : The reciprocating delayed or when walking from one blade / rotating chain can cause severe cutting location to another . injury . Inspect the unit before use . Do • Ifyou strike or become entangled with a not operate unit with a bent , cracked foreign object , stop the engine immedi - or dull blade or dull chain . Keep away ately and check for damage . Have any from the blade / chain . damage repaired by a Sears Service Center before attempting further opera - , _ WARNING : The reciprocating tions . Discard blades that are bent , blade / rotating chain is sharp . Do not warped , cracked or broken . touch . To prevent serious injury , always • Stop the unit immediately if you feela stop engine and ensure blade / chain excessive vibration . Vibration is has stopped moving , disconnect spark sign of trouble . Inspect thoroughly for plug , and wear gloves when changing loose nuts , bolts or damage before or handling the blade or chain . continuing . Contact Sears Service for repair or replacement of affected WARNING : A coasting blade / ro - parts as necessary . tating chain can cause injury while it SNOW THROWER SAFETY continues to move after the engine is stopped . Maintain proper control of the _ , WARNING : Keep hands and unit until the blade / chain has completely feet away from the rotor when starting stopped moving . Keep hands , face and or running the engine . Never attempt feet at a distance from all moving parts . to clear the rotor with the engine / motor Do not attempt to touch or stop the running . Stop engine and disconnect blade or chain when it is moving . spark plug before unclogging snow or debris from discharge chute or when adjusting vanes . _ , WARNING : Falling objects can cause severe head injury . Wear head & ' If = WARNING : Never lean over dis - protection when operating this unit charge chute . Rocks or debris could with a pole pruner attachment . be thrown into the eyes and face and cause serious injury or blindness . _ ; ; _ , WARNING : Inspect the area where the unit is to be used . Remove objects that could be thrown or dam - age the unit . Some objects may be hidden by fallen snow - be alert for the possibility .
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ATTACHING THE SHOULDER z _ _ WARNING : Make sure the lock - STRAP ing / release button is locked in the pri - ' _ WARNING : Proper shoulder mary hole and the knob is securely tightened before operating the unit . strap adjustments must be made with All attachments are designed to be the engine completely stopped before used in the primary hole . using unit . For optional attachments , see the AS - 1 . Insert your right arm and head SEMBLY section of the applicable at - through the shoulder strap and al - tachment instruction manual . low it to rest on your left shoulder . NOTE : A one - half twist is built in the ATTACHING SHIELD shoulder strap to allow the strap to rest flat on the shoulder . _ WARNING : The shield must be 2 . Adjust the strap , allowing the hook properly installed . The shield provides to be about 6 inches below the partial protection to the operator and waist . others from the risk of thrown objects , 3 . Fasten the strap hook to the shoul - and is equipped with a line limiter blade der strap attachment hole located which cuts excess line to the proper on the trigger handle and lift the tool length . The line limiter blade ( on under - to the operating position . side of shield ) is sharp and can cut you . For proper orientation of shield , seein KNOW YOUR TRIMMER illustration OP - ERATION section . 1 . Remove wing nut from shield . 2 . Insert bracket into slot as shown . 3 . Pivot shield until bolt passes through hole in bracket . } houlder strap attachment 4 . Securely tighten wing nut onto bolt . hole 4 . Try on shoulder strap and adjust for fit and balance before starting SIotB _ _ , / _ Wing Nut the engine or beginning a cutting operation . _ < ADJUSTING THE ASSIST HANDLE _ bWARNING : When adjusting the Shield assist handle , be sure it remains above the safety label and below the mark or arrow on the shaft . 1 . Loosen wing nut on handle . 2 . Rotate the handle on the shaft to an upright position ; retighten wing nut .
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KNOWYOUR TRIMMER READ THIS iNSTRUCTiON MANUAL AND SAFETY RULES BEFORE OPERATING YOUR UNIT . Compare the illustrations with your unit to familiarize yourself with the location of the various controls and adjustments . Save this manual for future reference . Assist Handle Trimmer Head Coupler Shaft Choke Spark Plug Lever _ / Muffler Limiter Blade ON / OFF Switch Fuel fill Line _ _ , _ / / / Throttle S Starter Handle Primer Bulb Dipstick Trigger ON / OFF SWITCH PRIMER BULB Tile ON / OFF switch is located on the The PRIMER BULB removes air from the carburetor and fuel lines and fills trigger handle and is used to stop the engine . Move the switch to the OFF them with fuel . This allows you to start position to stop the engine . the engine with fewer pulls on the CHOKE starter rope . Activate the primer bulb by pressing it and allowing it to return Tile CHOKE helps to supply fuel to the to its original form . engine to aid in cold starting . Activate the COUPLER choke by moving the red choke lever to The COUPLER enables optional at - the FULL CHOKE position . tachments to be installed on the unit . BEFORE STARTING ENGINE , _ . , _ - - . NOTE : Synthetic oil meet - ' \ _ _ , WARNING : Be sure to read ; , " _ ' " icnagtioInLSAmCarGk Fa - 2n , d AAPPI Icesretrif - i - the fuel information in the safety rules , < . _ o , _ j vice symbol ( shown at left ) before you begin . If you do not under - with " SJ / CF ENERGY CON - stand the safety rules , do not attempt to fuel your unit . Call 1 - 800 - 235 - 5878 . acceptable oil at all temper - OIL CAPACITY O SERVING " or higher , is an atures . Use of synthetic oil does not alter required The engine holds approximately 3 oil change intervals . ounces of oil . Use only high quality detergent oil rated with API serviceoil's SAE Viscosity Grades classification SJ - SL Select the SAE viscosity grade according to your expected operating temperature . For most applications , SAE - 30 oil is rec - ommended . Do not use special addi - tives . i t I t 2 + 0 . _ o 70 7o _ J ; _ S + AR I iftO I E % I _ ERATURE RA _ IGE AN I CIFA ED P : mro _ E I , E _ OIL C _ AN6F lO
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CAUTION : Air cooled engines run hotter than automotive engines . The 1 ounce - - - . , _ _ use of non - synthetic multi - viscosity oils ( 5W30 , 10W30 , etc . ) in tempera - tures above 40 " F ( 4 " C ) will result in 0.5 ounce _ _ higher than normal oil consumption . When using a multi - viscosity oil , 1 . Be sure engine is level and area check oil level more frequently to around oil fill is clean . avoid possible engine damage from 2 . Remove oil dipstick from oil fill running low on oil . spout . * CAUTION : Synthetic oil must be 3 . Using a measure cup , pour oil used when operating engine under slowly down the oil fill spout into 40 " F ( 4 " C ) or engine damage will oc - the engine . Do not overfill . cur . NOTE : Engine holds approximately 3 * * CAUTION : SAE 30 oil , if used be - ounces ( 90 ml ) of oil . low 50 ° F ( 10 ° C ) , will result in hard starting and possible engine damage due to inadequate lubrication . ADD OIL Your trimmer is shipped without oil in the engine . The engine holds approxi - mately 3 fluid ounces ( 90 ml ) of oil when at the FULL mark on the oil dip - stick . Included with this trimmer is a 3.4 Oil fill ounce ( 90 ml ) container of SAE 30 SJ - SL oil for properly filling the engine with 4 . Wait one minute to allow oil to settle . oil for first time use only . Pour the oentiref contents of this 3.4 ounce container Insert and hand tighten dipstick . 5 . oil into the oil fill spout . Remove dipstick and wipe clean NOTE : The dipstick will show slightly with cloth . Clear dipstick hole of oil . above FULL . This is acceptable for Insert and hand tighten dipstick , then remove it to check oil level . first time use only as the lengine breaks in . After the first time oi fill , sim - \ Dipstick . . f _ - ply refill the engine with oil to the FULL mark on the dipstick as needed . CAUTION : DO NOT overfill engine with oil or it will smoke on start - up . CAUTION : KEEP ENGINE LEVEL - - - - r - - - - - - . . . . % Engine must be level , with oil fill facing 6 . Verify FULL level of oil by presence up , to check oil . If engine is not level , of oil in hole on dipstick , or by dipstick reading will not be accurate . measure line . This will lead to possible over or under filling causing damage to the engine . Check oil level before starting the en - gine . FULL _ . _ . _ • Check oil level before every use . • Keep oil level at FULL . • DO NOT overfill . Use a measure cup for filling . • Add only 1 ounce - - 0.5 ounce at a time . 7 . If needed , add 0.5 ounce of oil at a time and recheck the dipstick until oil reaches the FULL level . 8 . Always be sure to retighten oil dip - stick before starting engine . 11
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Check oil level before each use . Add HOW TO STOP YOUR UNIT oil if needed . Fill to FULL line on dip - • To stop the engine , move the ON / stick . Change oil after first 4 hours of OFF switch to the OFF position . use , then every 8 hours of operation • If engine does not stop , move red or each season ( see CHANGE ENGINE choke lever to FULL CHOKE position . OIL in the MAINTENANCE section ) . Change oil every 4 hours when oper - ON / OFF SWITCH ating the engine under heavy load or in high temperatures . You may need to change the oil more often under dusty , dirty conditions . ADD GASOLINE Use fresh , clean , regular unleaded gas - oline with a minimum of 87 octane . Do not mix oil with gasoline . Purchase fuel in quantities that can be used within HOW TO START YOUR UNIT 30 days to assure fuel freshness . IMPORTANT Alcohol blended fuels ( called gaeohol your engine for the or using ethanol or methanol ) can at - FIRST time , follow tract moisture which leads to separa - the steps listed gin tion and formation of acids during stor - O f you are Astartin the STARTING age . Acidic gas can damage the fuel NEW ENGINE system of an engine while in storage . section . To avoid engine problems , empty the fuel system before storage for 30 days A _ _ _ _ _ _ _ or longer . Drain the gas tank , start the 41 _ WARNING : Avoid any contact engine and let it run until the fuel lines with the muffler . A hot muffler can and carburetor are empty . Use fresh cause serious burns . fuel next season . Never use engine or carburetor cleaner Starting Position products in the fuel tank or permanent damage may occur . See the STORAGE section for additional information . & WARNING : Fill to bottom of gas tank filler neck . DO NOT overfill . Wipe Choke Lever Muffler off any spilled fuel . Do not store , spill or use gasoline near an open flame . _ I _ WARNING : Allow engine to cool for 2 minutes before removing fuel cap for refueling . Remove fuel cap slowly . 1 . Tilt engine in angle shown to prop - Throttle erly fill fuel tank . Trigger Prime Bulb STARTING A NEW ENGINE NOTE : Add oil and fuel as instructed in this manual prior to attempting to _ ' F'FFufielll start engine ( see ADD OIL and ADD GASOLINE sections ) . 1 . Set unit on a flat surface . 2 . Slowly press the primer bulb 15 times . 3 . Move red choke lever to FULL 2 . Remove fuel cap by turning coun - terclockwise . Fill tank to bottom of CHOKE position . tank filler neck . 4 . Squeeze the throttle trigger fully and 3 . Replace fuel cap before starting . hold through all remaining steps . 12
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5 = Pulsltarterorpehandsleharpulyntil Edger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 358.792403 Cultivator . . . . . . . . . . . . 358.792410 enginreuns . Blower . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 358.792421 6 = Oncteheenginsetartsa , llowitto runamaximuomf10secondast Brusbcutter . . . . . . . . . . 358.792443 Pruner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 358.792450 FULCLHOKTEh . ens , lowlmy ove theredchokleevetrotheHALF , _ WARNING : Always stop unit CHOKpEosition . 7 = Allowtheunittorunaminimuomf and disconnect spark plug before re - 20moresecondastHALCFHOKE moving or installing attachments . REMOVING TRIMMER ATTACH - ( coldetermperatumreasyrequire longewrarm - upperiodbsefore MENT ( OR OTHER OPTIONAL AT - theenginweillaccepatloadand TACHMENTS ) acceleraptreoperly ) . CAUTION : When removing or instal - 8 = MovreedchokleevetroOFF ling attachments , place the unit on a CHOKpEositioanndallowtheunitto flat surface for stability . runaminimuomf20moreseconds 1 . Loosen the coupler by turning the atOFCFHOKREe . leatsheethrottle knob counterclockwise . trigger . Upper Shaft STARTING ENGINE Coupler NOTE : Check oil level before starting . Oil level should be at the FULL mark Lower \ on the dipstick . If not , add oil ( see Attachment ADD OIL section ) . 1 . Set unit on a flat surface . 2 = Slowly press the primer bulb 8 times . 3 = Move red choke lever to FULL TIGHTEN Knob CHOKE position . 2 . Press and hold the locking / release 4 = Squeeze the throttle trigger fully and button . hold through all remaining steps . Locking / Release 5 = Pull starter rope handle sharply until Button engine runs . 6 = Once the engine starts , allow it toat run a maximum of 10 seconds Upper Shaft FULL CHOKE . Then , slowly moveF the red choke lever to the HAL Lower Attachment CHOKE position . 3 . While securely holding the engine 7 = Allow the unit to run a minimum of and upper shaft , pull the attach - 20 more seconds at HALF CHOKE ment straight out of the coupler = ( colder temperatures may require INSTALLING OPTIONAL longer warm - up periods before ATTACHMENTS the engine will accept a load and 1 . Remove the shaft cap from the at - accelerate properly ) . tachment ( if present ) . 8 = Move red choke lever to OFF 2 . Position locking / release button of CHOKE position and allow the unit to attachment into guide recess of run a minimum of 20 more seconds coupler . at OFF CHOKE . Release the throttle 3 . Push the attachment into the cou - trigger . pler until the locking / release button RESTARTING A WARM ENGINE snaps into the primary hole . Follow steps listed in the STARTING 4 . Before using the unit , tighten the ENGINE section without squeezing knob securely by turning clockwise = throttle trigger . couple r Primary Hole Guide Recess If the unit will not start , refer to athell TROUBLESHOOTING TABLE or c 1 - 800 - 235 - 5878 . OPERATING THE COUPLER This model is equipped with a coupler which enables optional attachments to Upper Locking / Attachment Shaft Releasen be installed . The optional attach - Butto ments are : 13
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damage the trimmer head , become _ WARNING : Make sure the lock - entangled in the line , or be thrown ing / release button is locked in the pri - causing a serious hazard . mary hole and the knob is securely • The tip of the line does the cutting . tightened before operating the unit . You will achieve the best perform - OPERATING POSITION ance and minimum line wear by not crowding the line into the cutting t area . The right and wrong ways are ALWAYS WEAR : . | _ _ _ , _ shown in the following illustrations . Tip of line does the Line crowded into er strap Long pa Right Wrong Heavy sh _ l _ t , _ • The line will easily remove grass and weeds from around walls , fences , trees and flower beds , but it also can cut the tender bark of trees Cut only from your left to your right , or shrubs and scar fences . • For trimming or scalping , use lesslife all . WARNING : Always wear eye than full throttle to increase line protection . Never lean over the rtrimmer and decrease head wear , especially : head . Rocks or debris can ricochet o • During light duty cutting . be thrown into eyes and face and • Near objects around which the line cause blindness or other serious injury . can wrap such as small posts , When operating unit , stand as shown trees or fence wire . and check for the following : • For mowing or sweeping , use full • Wear eye protection and heavy throttle for a good clean job . clothing . TRIMMING - Hold the bottom of the • Hold trigger handle with right hand trimmer head about 3 inches ( 8 cm ) and assist handle with left hand . above the ground and at an angle . Al - • Keep unit below waist level . low only the tip of the line to makee • Cut only from your left to your right to contact . Do not force trimmer lin into ensure debris is thrown away from work area . you . Without bending over , keep line near and parallel to the ground and Trimming not crowded into material being cut . Do not run the engine at a higher speed than necessary . The cutting line will cut efficiently when the engine is run at less than full throttle . At lower speeds , there is less engine noise and vibration . Always release the throttle trigger and allow the engine to return to idle 3 inches ( 8 crr speed when not cutting . above ground To stop engine : • Release the throttle trigger . SCALPING - The scalping technique • Move the ON / OFF switch to the OFF removes unwanted vegetation down position . to the ground . Hold the bottom of the CUTTING METHODS trimmer head about 3 inches ( 8 cm ) above the ground and at an angle . Al - , _ WARNING : Use minimum low the tip of the line to strike the speed and do not crowd the line when ground around trees , posts , monu - cutting around hard objects ( rock , ments , etc . This technique increases line wear . gravel , fence posts , etc . ) , which can 14
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SWEEPING - The fanning action of the Scalping rotating line can be used to blow away loose debris from an area . Keep the line parallel to and above the area surface and swing the tool from side to side . Sweeping MOWING - Your trimmer is ideal for 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 . Mowing MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE , _ LWARNING : Disconnect the spark plug before performing maintenance except for carburetor adjustments . Before After 8 Hours or 50 Hours or CARE & MAINTENANCE TASK Every Every Every Season Every Season Use Use Check for loose fasteners and parts Check for damaged or worn parts Check engine oil level Inspect and clean unit and decals Change engine oil Service air filter Inspect muffler and spark arresting screen Replace spark plug Replace fuel filter Change oil after first 4 hours of use , then every 8 hours or every season , Change oil every 4 hours when operating the engine under heavy load or in high temperatures , * * Clean more often under dusty conditions or when airborne debris is present . Replace air cleaner parts ifvery dirty . GENERAL RECOMMEN DATIONS odically to properly maintain your unit . The warranty on this unit does not Some adjustments will need to be cover items that have been subjected made periodically to properly maintain to operator abuse or negligence . To your unit . All adjustments in the SER - receive full value from the warranty , VICE AND ADJUSTMENTS section of this manual should be checked at the operator must maintain unit as instructed in this manual . Various ad - least once each season . justments will need to be made peri - 15
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hold waste . Contact Sears Service for • Once each year , replace the spark plug and air filter . A new spark plug information regarding safe disposal / re - and clean / new air filter assure proper cycling facilities . air - fuel mixture and help your engine Change oil while engine is OFF , but run better and last longer . still warm . Ensure fuel cap is tightened • Follow the maintenance schedule in securely . this manual . 1 . Remove engine oil fill cap / dipstick ; lay aside on a clean surface . CHECK FOR LOOSE 2 . Drain oil into a suitable container in FASTENERS AND PARTS direction shown ( see illustration ) . • Spark Plug Boot • Air Filter • Housing Screws • Assist Handle Screw • Debris Shield CHECK FOR DAMAGED OR WORN PARTS For replacement of damaged or worn parts , contact Sears Service or call 1 - 800 - 235 - 5878 . • ON / OFF Switch - Ensure ON / OFF switch functions properly by moving the switch to the OFF position . Make sure engine stops . Restart engine and continue . • Fuel System - Discontinue use of unit if fuel lines , tank , or cap show signs of damage or leaks . • Debris Shield - Discontinue use of 3 . Wipe off any spilled oil from trim - unit if debris shield is damaged . mer . CHECK ENGINE OIL LEVEL 4 . Fill engine with oil ( see ADD OiL in • See ADD OIL in the OPERATION sec - the OPERATION section ) . tion . 5 . Replace engine oil fill cap / dipstick . INSPECT AND CLEAN UNIT AND DE - Tighten securely . CALS CLEAN AIR FILTER • After each use , inspect complete A dirty air filter decreases engine per - unit for loose or damaged parts . formance and increases fuel con - Clean the unit and decals using a sumption and harmful emissions . Al - damp cloth with a mild detergent . ways clean after every 8 hours of • Wipe off unit with a clean dry cloth . operation . Clean more often under CHANGE ENGINE OIL dusty conditions or when airborne de - bris is present . Replace air cleaner To prolong the useful life of your trim - mer , change engine oil as recom - parts if very dirty . mended in this section . 1 . Clean the cover and the area around it to keep dirt from fallinghen • Change oil after first 4 hours of into the carburetor chamber w use , then every 8 hours or every the cover is removed . season . Change oil every 4 hours NOTE : Move red choke lever to FULL when operating the engine under heavy load or in high temperatures . CHOKE position before removing com - ponents . Change the oil after every 8 hours of 2 . Remove parts by pressing button operation or at least once a year if the to release air filter cover . unit is not used for 25 hours in one NOTE : To avoid creating a fire hazard year . Check the crankcase oil level be - or producing harmful evaporative fore each start . Tighten oil dipstick se - emissions , do not clean filter in gaso - curely each time you check the oil level . line or other flammable solvent . CHANGING OIL AND CHECKING 3 . Wash the filter in soap and water . LEVEL 4 . Allow filter to dry . CAUTION : Used oil is a hazardous 5 . Add a few drops of oil to the filter ; waste product , Dispose of used oil squeeze the filter to distribute oil . properly . Do not discard with house - 6 . Re - assemble parts . 16
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ommend that your muffler and spark Button arresting screen be serviced or re - Air Filter placed by a Sears Service Center . REPLACE SPARK PLUG Replace the spark plug each year to ensure the engine starts easier and runs better . Set spark plug gap at Cover 0.025 inch . Ignition timing is fixed and nonadjustable . INSPECT MUFFLER AND SPARK 1 . Twist , then pull off spark plug boot . ARRESTING SCREEN 2 . Remove spark plug from cylinder and discard . As the unit is used , carbon deposits build up on the muffler and spark ar - 3 . Replace with Champion RDJ - 7Y resting screen . For normal homeown - spark plug and tighten securely er use , however , the muffler and spark with a 5 / 8 inch ( 15 mm ) socket wrench . arresting screen will not require any service . After 50 hours of use , we rec - 4 . Reinstall the spark plug boot . LINE REPLACEMENT 4 . Insert both ends of your line • Always use Craftsman replacement through the proper holes in the line . side of the cutting head . Choose the line size best suited for the job at hand . Red line is designed for cutting grass and small weeds . The black colored line is designed for Positioning cutting larger weeds and light brush . Tunnel NOTE : Before inserting new line into the holes in the cutting head , identify the proper holes . Follow directions as shown on the line glide plate . 1 . Remove the old line and line glide plate from the cutting head . 2 . Clean entire surface of cutting head . 3 . Reinstall line glide plate ( see il - lustration ) . Align arrow with : 5 . Pull the line and make sure the line is against the hub and ex - ( _ ) when using medium ( red ) or large ( black ) line tended full through the positioning tunnels . when using lines with diameter Line against ( _ smaller than medium ( red ) line the hub ( optional ) Positioning Tunnel \ Line glide Arrow 6 . Correctly installed line will be the same length on both ends . CARBURETOR ADJUSTMENT Adjusting the carburetor is a compli - Cutting head cated task . Carburetor adjustment is critical and if done improperly can per - manently damage the engine as well as NOTE : Line glide plate must be rein - the carburetor . We recommend that you stalled in cutting head before inserting take your unit to a Sears Service Center new line . for any necessary adjustments . 17
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all . WARNINGP : erfortmhefollow - CAUTION : Storing unit in ingstepasfteerachuse : • Allowenginteocoobleforsetoring ortransporting . • Storueniat ndfueilnawelvlenti - latedareawherfeuevl aporcsannot reacshparkosropefnlamefsrom watehreateresl , ectrmicotorosr switchefus , rnaceest , c . • Storueniwt ithallguardinsplace . Positiounnist othaat nysharopb - jecct annoatccidentaclalyusienjury . • Storueniat ndfuewl elol utofthe reacohfchildren . over 10 degrees • Storteheuniitnahorizonptaolsition withthesparpklugfacinugp . • DONOTstoreortranspothrteunit withthesparpklugfacindgown . NOTE : Storing or transporting the unit SEASONSATLORAGE with the spark plug down may result in Prepaureniftorstoragaetendofsea - white smoke coming from the muffler sonorifitwilnl otbeusefdor30days or difficult starting . ormore . • When removing the unit from stor - Ifyouur niitstobestorefdoraperiod age , only use fresh gasoline . Per - oftime : form the routine operation checks as • Cleatnheentiruenibt eforleengthy described in this manual before any storage . start . • Storienacleadnryarea . FUEL SYSTEM • Lightolyilexternmaletaslurfaces . Under ADD GASOLINE in the OPERA - • Wehighlryecommethnadyt oudrain TION section of this manual , see mes - thefuetlankpriotrolengthsytorage sage labeled IMPORTANT regarding ( 30daysormoreD ) . rainallfueflrom the use of gasohol in your engine . thefuetlankintotheproperrecep - • Never use engine or carburetor taclefsorstorage . cleaner products in the fuel tank or • Prespsurgbeulb15timetsore - moveallfueflromcarbureatonrd permanent damage may occur . • Use fresh fuel next season . fuellineD . rainthisfueilntoproper receptaclIeffsu . eilstobedisposed , ENGINE OIL pleasreefetrolocarlulefsorproper • Drain engine oil ( with engine warm ) disposal . and replace with clean oil . SeeMAINTE - • Removseparpklug . CHANGE ENGINE OIL in the • Plac5eccofoilintosparpklughole . NANCE section . Donotoverfill . CYLINDER • Pultlhestarteror peslowl8y - 10 • Replace spark plug with new one of timetsoproperclyoatthecylinder recommended type and heat range . boreandpistofnorstoragRe . eplace OTHER plugandtighteAn . nyresiduoaill • Clean air filter . mayburnoffinsubsequestnatrts whichmayresuilntwhitesmoke • Check entire unit for loose screws , fromthemuffler . nuts , and bolts . Replace any dam - • Storteheuniitnahorizonptaolsition aged , broken , or worn parts . withthesparpklugupD . ONOsTtore • Do not store gasoline from one sea - ortranspothrteuniwt iththespark son to another . plugdown . • Replace your gasoline can if it starts to rust . 18
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TROUBLESHOOTING TABLE _ , WARNING : Always stop unit and disconnect spark plug before perform - ing all of the recommended remedies below except remedies that require operation of the unit . TROUBLE CAUSE REMEDY Engine will not 1 . ON / OFF switch in OFF 1 . Move ON / OFF switch to ON position , start . position . 2 . Air filter dirty . 2 . Clean or replace air filter . 3 . Fill fuel tank . 3 . Fuel tank empty . 4 . Stale fuel . 4 . Drain tank and carburetor and refill with fresh , clean fuel . 5 . Water in fuel . 5 . Drain tank and carburetor and refill tank with fresh gasoline . 6 . Spark plug wire is 6 . Connect wire to plug . disconnected . 7 . Spark plug not firing . 7 . Install new spark plug . 8 . Fuel not reaching 8 . Check for dirty fuel filter ; replace . carburetor . Check for kinked or split fuel line ; repair or replace . 9 . Air in fuel lines . 9 . Press primer bulb to remove air from fuel lines . 1 . Choke lever in FULL 1 . Move choke lever to OFF CHOKE . Engine will not idle CHOKE position . 2 . Carburetor requires 2 . properly . See " Carburetor Adjustment " in adjustment . Service and Adjustments Section . 3 . Stale fuel . 3 . Drain tank and carburetor and refill with fresh , clean fuel . 4 . Crankshaft seals worn . 4 . Contact Sears Service ( see back cover ) . 5 . Compression low . 5 . Contact Sears Service ( see back cover ) . Engine will not 1 . Air filter dirty . 1 . Clean or replace air filter . accelerate , 2 . Spark plug fouled . 2 . Clean or replace plug and regap . 3 . Choke lever in FULL 3 . Move choke lever to OFF CHOKE . lacks power . or dies under CHOKE position . a load . Drain tank and carburetor and refill 4 . Stale fuel . 4 . with fresh , clean fuel . 5 . Carburetor requires 5 . See " Carburetor Adjustment " in Service and Adjustments Section . adjustment . 6 . Carbon build - up on 6 . Contact Sears Service ( see back muffler outlet screen . cover ) . Check oil level . Drain to proper level . 7 . Too much oil in engine . 7 . 8 . Engine not warmed up in 8 . Run unit for longer period . cooler temperature . 9 . Cutting line assembled 9 . Check line assembly and length . incorrectly or line length incorrect . 1 . Air filter dirty . 1 . Engine Clean or replace air filter . smokes 2 . Too much oil in engine . 2 . Check eil level . Drain to proper level . Allow unit to sit 24 hours in correct 3 . Oil migration from incorrect 3 . excessively . storage or transportation . storage position , or remove spark plug . pull rope 2 - 3 times , then re - place spark plug . Pull rope until engine starts . Engine runs 1 . Spark plug incorrect . 1 . Replace with correct spark plug . hot . 2 . Carburetor requires 2 . See " Carburetor Adjustment " in adjustment . Service and Adjustments Section . Clean starter housing area . 3 . Debris clogging starter 3 . housing . 4 . Carbon build - up on 4 . Contact Sears Service ( see back muffler outlet screen . cover ) . 19
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YOUR WARRANTY RIGHTS AND OB - mends that you retain all receipts cover - LIGATIONS : EMISSION CONTROL ing maintenance on your small off - road WARRANTY COVERAGE IS APPLI - engine , but Sears cannot deny warranty CABLE TO CERTIFIED ENGINES solely for the lack of receipts or for your PURCHASED IN CALIFORNIA IN 1995 failure to ensure the performance of all AND THEREAFTER WHICH ARE scheduled maintenance . As the small USED IN CALIFORNIA , AND TO CER - off - road engine engine owner , however , TIFIED MODEL YEAR 1997 AND LAT - you should be aware that Sears may ER ENGINES WHICH ARE PUR - deny you warranty coverage if your CHASED AND USED ELSEWHERE IN small off - road engine or a part has THE UNITED STATES ( AND AFTER failed due to abuse , neglect , improper JANUARY 1,2001 , IN CANADA ) . maintenance or unapproved modifica - tions . You are responsible for presenting CALIFORNIA AND UNITED STATES EMISSION CONTROL DEFECTS your small off - road engine to an ap - WARRANTY STATEMENT : The U . S . proved Sears Service Center as soon as a problem exists . The undisputed Environmental Protection Agency / Cali - warranty repairs should be completed xin - fornia Air Resources Board and Sears , a reasonable amount of time , not to e Roebuck and Co . , U . S . A . , are pleased ceed 30 days . If you have any ques - to explain the emissions control system tions regarding your warranty rights and warranty on your year 2000 and later responsibilities , you should contact your small off - road engine ( SORE ) . In Cali - nearest approved service center or calle fornia , all new small off - road engines Sears Service at 1 - 800 - 469 - 4663 . Th must be designed , built , and equipped emission warranty is a defects warranty . to meet the State's stringent anti - smog Defects are judged on normal engine standards . Elsewhere in the United performance . The warranty is not re - States , new non - road , spark - ignition lated to an in - use emission test . engines certified for model year 1997 SEARS EMISSION CONTROL and later , must meet similar standards DEFECTS WARRANTY PROVISIONS set forth by the U . S . EPA . Sears must warrant the emission control system for The following are specific provisions the periods of time listed below provided relative to your Emission Control De - there has been no abuse , neglect , or fects Warranty Coverage . It is in addi - improper maintenance of your small off - tion to the Sears engine warranty for road engine engine . Your emission con - non - regulated engines found in the trol system includes parts such as the operating and maintenance instruc - tions . carburetor , air cleaner , ignition system , 1 . Warranted Parts muffler and catalytic converter . Also in - cluded may be connectors and other Coverage under this warranty ex - emissions - related assemblies . Where a tends only to the parts listed below warrantable condition exists , Sears will ( the emission control systems repair your small off - road engine en - parts ) to the extent these parts gine at no cost to you . Expenses cov - were present on the engine pur - chased . ered under warranty include diagnosis , parts and labor . MANUFACTURER'S a . Fuel Metering System EMISSION CONTROL DEFECTS • Cold start enrichment system WARRANTY COVERAGE : Small off - • Carburetor and internal parts road engines are warranted relative to • Fuel pump emission control parts defects for a peri - b . Air Induction System • Air cleaner od of two years , subject to these provi - • Intake manifold sions . If any covered part on your en - gine is defective , the part will be c . Ignition System repaired or replaced by Sears . OWN - • Spark plug ( s ) ER'S WARRANTY RESPONSIBILI - • Magneto ignition system TIES : As the small off - road engine en - d . Catalyst System gine owner , you are responsible for the • Catalytic converter • Exhaust manifold performance of the required mainte - nance listed in your operating and • Air injection system or pulse maintenance instructions . Sears recom - valve 20
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e . Miscellaneous Items Used in 5 . Maintenance Above Systems Any Warranted Part which is not • Vacuum , temperature , posi - scheduled for replacement as re - tion , time sensitive valves quired maintenance or which is and switches scheduled only for regular inspec - • Connectors and assemblies tion to the effect of " repair or re - 2 . Length of Coverage place as necessary " shall be war - Sears warrants to the initial owner ranted as to defects for the and each subsequent purchaser warranty period . Any Warrantede - that the Warranted Parts shall be Part which is scheduled for r free from defects in materials and placement as required mainte - nance shall be warranted as to de - workmanship which caused thefor failure of the Warranted Parts a fects only for the period of time up period of two years from the date to the first scheduled replacement the engine is delivered to a retail for that part . Any replacement part purchaser . that is equivalent in performance 3 . No Charge and durability may be used in the Repair or replacement of any War - performance of any maintenance ranted Part will be performed at no or repairs . The owner is responsi - charge to the owner , including ble for the performance of all re - diagnostic labor which leads to the quired maintenance , as defined in determination that a Warranted the operating and maintenance in - structions . Part is defective , if the diagnostic work is performed at an approved 6 . Consequential Coverage Sears Service Center . Coverage hereunder shall extend to 4 . Claims and Coverage Exclusions the failure of any engine compo - Warranty claims shall be filed in nents caused by the failure of any accordance with the provisions of Warranted Part still under warranty . the Sears warranty policy . Warran - ty coverage shall be excluded for failures of warranted parts which In the U . S . A . and Canada , a 24 - hour are not original Sears parts or be - hot line , 1 - 800 - 469 - 4663 , has a cause of abuse , neglect or improp - menu of pre - recorded messages of - er maintenance as set forth in the fering you engine maintenance infor - Sears Engine Warranty Policy . mation . Sears is not liable to cover failures of Warranted Parts caused by the use of add - on , non - original , or modified parts . 21
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LOOK FOR RELEVANT EMISSIONS DURABILITY PERIOD AND AIR INDEX INFORMATION ON YOUR ENGINE EMISSIONS LABEL The Air Index is a calculated number Engines that are certified to meet the California Air Resources Board describing the relative level of emis - ( CARB ) Tier 2 Emissions Standards sions for specific engine family . Thee lower the Air Index , the cleaner th must display information regarding the Emissions Durability Period and Air engine . This information is displayed index . Sears makes this information in graphical form on the emissions la - available to the consumer on our bel or hang tag . emission labels and hang tags . AFTER JULY 1 , 2000 , LOOK FORRIOD EMISSIONS COMPLIANCE PE The Emissions Durability Period de - scribes the number of hours of actual ON ENGINE EMISSIONS COM - running time for which the engine is PLIANCE LABEL certified to be emissions compliant , After July 1 , 2000 , certain Craftsman assuming proper maintenance in ac - engines will be certified to meet theec - cordance with the operating and main - United States Environmental Prot tenance instructions . The following tion Agency ( U . S . EPA ) Phase 2 Class2 categories are used : IV emissions standards . For Phase Moderate : Engine is certified to be Class IV certified engines , the Emis - emission compliant for 50 hours of ac - sions Compliance Period referred to tual engine running time . on the emissions compliance label in - Intermediate : Engine is certified to dicates the number of operating hours be emission compliant for 125 hours for which the engine has been shown of actual engine running time . to meet federal emission require - Extended : Engine is certified to be ments . For engines equal to or great - emission compliant for 300 hours of er than 20 cc , and less than 50 cc dis - actual engine running time . placement , Category C = 50 hours , B = 125 hours , and A = 300 hours . For example , a typical consumer string trimmer is used 5 to 10 hours The displacement of Model Series per year . Therefore , the Emissions 21000 engines is 34 cc , 21100 en - Durability Period of an engine with gines is 40 cc . an moderate rating would equate to 5 to 6 years . This is a generic represen - tation of the emissions compliance label typically found on a certified engine : This engine is certified to be emissions compliant for the following use : [ ] Moderate ( 50 hours ) [ ] Intermediate ( 125 hours ) [ ] Extended ( 300 hours ) 22
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093655 Splash deflector ass'y (incl. #16, 21, 23, & 24)
026588 Decal - shroud (left)
026587 Decal - shroud (right)
10STD522517 Bolt - 1/4-20 x 1-3/4 - splash deflector
10126225 Decal - assist handle
10226674 Decal-weedwacker
10326590 Decal - splash deflector
10426347 Decal - warning - shaft
1193653 Bracket - splash deflector
1293716 Dust cap
13STD551025 Washer - 1/4 regular - flat
14STD551125 Washer - lock - 1/4 regular
15STD541425 Nut - splash deflector 1/4-20
1693583 Splash deflector
1710618 Assist handle
19STD541625 Wing nut - 1/4-20"
20STD551025 Washer - 1/4 flat
2115337 Screw - 10-24x1 - line limiter
2393853 Limiter - line
24STD540410 Nut - #10-24 - line limiter
25STD522517 Hex bolt - 1/4-20 x 2-1/4
2793943 Drive shaft ass'y. (incl. #12)
2893928 Flexible drive shaft
2930102 Flex shaft lube
3036621 Operator's manual
093655 Splash deflector ass'y (incl. #16, 21, 23, & 24)
026588 Decal - shroud (left)
026587 Decal - shroud (right)
110729 Fuel cap ass'y. (incl. "o" ring)
1010755 Fan housing
10126584 Decal - starting instructions
10226993 Decal - choke off
1115305 Screw - fan housing bottom #10-24 - 1-3/16 bind...
1226119 Check valve - duck bill
1422290 Rope (3.5 ft.)
1521045 Line - fuel
1691878 Fuel filter ass'y.
1842067 Starter - recoil spring
1926048 Starter - pulley
225377 Bracket - fuel tank
2026679 Button - kill switch
2126559 Spring - kill switch
2215382 Washer - #8 regular kill switch
2315407 Screw - kill switch (#8 - 3/8)
2430054 Crankcase sealant - 3 oz. tube (not included wi...
2515123 Washer - #10 regular - starter pulley
2615479 Screw - starter pulley (#10-3/4 hex head)
27626605 Nut - flywheel
2842059 Spring - starter dog
2915127 Washer - flywheel
392243 Screw - bracket handle (1/4-10 - 1-1/8)
3039114 Flywheel ass'y. (incl. #28)
3115168 Screw - crankcase (#10-24 - 5/8 fil.)
3224303 Knob - choke
3325472 Fitting - fuel line
3421044 Fuel line - carburetor
3519059 Seal - crankshaft
36STD600603 Screw - clamp #8-32 - 5/16 pan
3724651 Clamp - choke wire
38STD551008 Screw - ignition module (8-32 - 3/4 sems)
3969181 Ignition module kit
410771 Fuel tank ass'y. (incl. #1,12,15, & 16)
4024435 Grommet - plug wire
4139082 Lead wire - high tension
4219105 Seal - carburetor case
4323373 Boot - choke wire
4510757 Crankcase ass'y. (incl. #35 & 52)
4615404 Screw - carburetor (shoulder #10-24)
4715254 Wave washer
4824558 Shutter - choke
4926237 Plate - guide, choke wire
5STD611010 Screw - #10 - fuel tank fan housing
5035183 Carburetor (wa 149)
5119115 Gasket - carburetor
5232058 Bearing - crankshaft
5315351 Thrust washer - crankshaft
5415126 Key - flywheel
5526675 Crankshaft & rod ass'y.
5615162 Retainer - wrist pin
5724302 Piston ring
5819111 Gasket - cylinder
5915239 Screw - cylinder (14-20 - 3/4 soc. hd.)
615158 Washer - #10 - fuel tank fan housing
603933 Connector - spark plug
613934 Boot - spark plug
6239103 High tension lead ass'y. (incl. #41, 60 & 61)
6315379 Screw - carburetor (10-24 fil.)
64STD610805 Screw - carburetor cover
6526029 Cover - carburetor case
6710453 Carburetor case ass'y.
6819108 Gasket - carburetor case crankcase
6924438 Reed valve
715168 Screw - fan housing top #10-24 - 5/8 bind. hd.
7023367 Washer - reed valve
71STD610603 Screw - 6-19 - 15/16 - reed valve
7232057 Bearing - wrist pin
7322198 Piston ass'y. (incl. #56, 57 & pin)
7412070 Cylinder
7526949 Diffuser - muffler
7624903 Spring - muffler attachment
77STD361258 Spark plug (cj-14)
7824362 Body - muffler
7924364 Screen - spark arrestor
824371 Air filter
8024361 Cover - muffler
8169196 Kit - clutch washer
8269194 Kit - clutch ass'y (incl. clutch washer)
8325342 Trigger - throttle
8415382 Washer - #8 regular throttle
8515407 Screw - 8 - 16 - 3/8 - throttle
8710796 Drum & coupling ass'y.
8815274 Washer - flat - # 10 narrow - shroud
8926592 Handle
915274 Washer - flat - #10 - fan housing
90STD511010 Screw - 10-24 - 7/8 - shroud
9126560 Clamp
9315610 Nut-#12-24 square
9426549 Shroud
9515590 Screw - #10-20 x 5/8 binder hd.
9615609 Bolt - #1/4 - 20 x 9/16 - clamp
9726792 Ass'y.-rope and handle
093655 Splash deflector ass'y (incl. #16, 21, 23, & 24)
026588 Decal - shroud (left)
026587 Decal - shroud (right)
135017 Screw - pump cover
1035015 Screw - throttle valve
1135132 Shaft assembly - throttle
1235023 Spring - idle needle
1335141 Needle - idle
1435139 Spring - metering lever
1535008 Valve - inlet needle
1635031 Lever - metering
1735036 Spring - hi speed needle
1835142 Needle - hi speed
1935028 Pin - metering lever
235191 Pump cover ass'y (incl. #4)
2035016 Screw - metering lever pin
2135147 Gasket circuit plate
2235042 Plate circuit
2335137 Screw - circuit plate
2435151 Gasket - metering diaphrag
2535014 Diaphragm assembly - metering
2635153 Screw assembly - metering cover & throttle shaf...
2735149 Cover - metering diaphragm
2835185 Kit carb kwik repair
2935186 Kit carb gasket diaphragm
335164 Gasket - pump
435156 Screw - idle adjustment
535178 Screen - inlet
635166 Diaphragm pump
735133 Valve - throttle
835007 Clip throttle shaft
935138 Spring - throttle return
093655 Splash deflector ass'y (incl. #16, 21, 23, & 24)
026588 Decal - shroud (left)
026587 Decal - shroud (right)
171-85764 Cutting head ass'y. (incl. #2-9)
1071-85764 Cutting head ass'y. (inc. #11-18)
11530-093896 Hub w/line saver
12530-093898 Line saver
13530-092067 Spring
14530-092068 Spring adaptor
15530-093897 Drive gear
1685789 Spool w/line-stock
17530-093387 Release button
18530-092133 Cover
1971-85800 Cutting head ass'y. (inc. #20-26)
2530-092064 Drive adaptor bolt
20530-094562 Hub ass'y.
21530-094525 Spring
22530-094523 Spool post
23530-015542 Screw
2471-85810 Spool w/line
25530-094522 Release button
26530-094521 Cover
3530-092131 Hub w/line saver
4530-092067 Spring
5530-092068 Spring adaptor
6530-092069 Drive gear
785789 Spool
8530-093387 Release button
9530-092133 Cover
0699969 Oil fill cup
0530165093 Operator manual
0530059487 Sleeve wire
0530056341 Lock-twist
0697060 Label-kit (b & s)
0530056087 Decal-start instruction
0530055415 Decal-upper shaft warning
0530055350 Decal-shaft warning
0275072 Manual-repair (b & s)
0275064 Manual-owners (b & s)
019538 Puller-flywheel (b & s)
0696915 Short block
1530059488 Throttle cable
10530016344 Screw
11530057554 Shield bracket
12530096099 Gearbox
1371-85740 Assembly-cutting head de
1471-85908 Tube-line (red line)
14A71-85909 Tube-line (black line)
15530096039 Glide plate
16530016224 Screw
17530016014 Screw
18530096218 Flex shaft spacer
19530071914 Assembly-lower driveshaft
2530059484 Left Housing
20530016152 Wingnut
21530088416 Handle clamp
22530071850 Drive shaft
23530055749 Trigger
24530056023 Throttle housing
25530056883 Clamp
26530052286 Limiter line
27530015805 Screw
28530015820 Bolt
29530016152 Wingnut
3530015934 Screw
30530071919 Shield
31530037250 Assembly-shoulder strap
4530069572 Switch
5530016179 Screw
6530059485 Leadwire-wire to switch
7530059486 Leadwire-wire from switch
8530055699 Handle
9530015820 Bolt
0699969 Oil fill cup
0530165093 Operator manual
0530059487 Sleeve wire
0530056341 Lock-twist
0697060 Label-kit (b & s)
0530056087 Decal-start instruction
0530055415 Decal-upper shaft warning
0530055350 Decal-shaft warning
0275072 Manual-repair (b & s)
0275064 Manual-owners (b & s)
019538 Puller-flywheel (b & s)
0696915 Short block
1021032-0015-E1 Replacement engine for briggs engine model 0210...
10696874 Muffler
11696931 Gasket
12696849 Cover
13696889 Screw-valve cover
14696885 Flywheel
15699875 Armature
16696892 Screw
17699877 Blower hsg/rewind (incl. 20)
18699873 Wire
19699874 Wire
2696876 Spark plug
20699944 Grip
21696889 Screw-blower hsg
22699870 Nut
23696879 Seal
24696930 Dipstick
25696895 Screw
26699888 Cover
27699871 Clutch-starter
28697010 Gasket
29696889 Screw-cam gear cover
3696891 Screw
30696871 Tube
31696967 Cam gear cover
32696929 Gasket
33696866 Gasket
34696950 Cover-crankcase (incl. 33)
35696889 Screw-crankcase cover
36696936 Shield
37696889 Screw-cyl shield
38696895 Screw
4696848 Head-cylinder
5696865 Gasket
6697040 Screw-muffler defl.
7697039 Deflector
8697038 Spark arrestor
9697035 Gasket-exhaust
0699969 Oil fill cup
0530165093 Operator manual
0530059487 Sleeve wire
0530056341 Lock-twist
0697060 Label-kit (b & s)
0530056087 Decal-start instruction
0530055415 Decal-upper shaft warning
0530055350 Decal-shaft warning
0275072 Manual-repair (b & s)
0275064 Manual-owners (b & s)
019538 Puller-flywheel (b & s)
0696915 Short block
1696924 Cover-air cleaner
10699942 Seal o ring (carburetor)
11696923 Filter-air cleaner foam
12696922 Shield-heat
13696872 Insulator
14696919 Assembly-fuel tank (incl. 12,13,15,16)
15696921 Cap-fuel tank
16699876 Sleeve-fuel line
2697008 Kit-carburetor overhaul
3696989 Primer-carburetor
4696868 Gasket-intake
5696894 Screw-carburetor
6696867 Gasket-intake
7696870 Spacer-carburetor
8696893 Screw-carburetor adapter
9696949 Carburetor