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I ( RRFTSMRN1 Operator's Manual Edger / Trimmer 4 Horsepower 9 Inch Blade Model 536.772341 CAUTION : Before using this product , read athisll manual and follow of its Safety Rules and Operating Instructions . Manual del usario 0rilladora / Recortadora 4 caballos de fuerza ( hp ) Cuchilla de 9 pulgadas Modelo 536.772341 PRECAUCION : Antes de usar este producto , lea este manual y siga todas las normas de seguridad e instrucciones de operaci6n . Sears , Roebuck and Co . , Hoffman Estates , IL 60179 U . S . A . F _ ) 21103C www . sears . com / craftsman
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TABLE OF CONTENTS WARRANTY STATEMENT 2 SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENT 19 3 TROUBLESHOOTING TABLE 22 SAFETY RULES INTERNATIONAL SYMBOLS 5 EDGER REPAIR PARTS 26 ASSEMBLY 6 ENGINE REPAIR PARTS 34 OPERATION 10 SPANISH ( ESPAI _ IOL ) 40 MAINTENANCE 16 PARTS AND SERVICE BACK COVER WARRANTY STATEMENT LIMITED TWO - YEAR WARRANTY ON CRAFTSMAN EDGER For two years from the date of purchase , when this Craftsman Edger is maintained , lubri - cated , and tuned up according to the operating and maintenance instructions in the owner's manual , Sears will repair , free of charge , any defect in material or workmanship . If this Craftsman Edger is used for commercial or rental purposes , this warranty applies for only 90 days from the date of purchase . This warranty does not cover the following : • Expendable items which become worn during normal use , such as spark plugs , etc . • Repairs necessary because of operator abuse or negiigence , including bent crank shafts and the failure to maintain the equipment according to the instructions contained in the owner's manual . WARRANTY SERVICE IS AVAILABLE BY RETURNING THE CRAFTSMAN EDGER TO THE NEAREST SEARS SERVICE CENTER IN THE UNITED STATES . THIS WARRANTY APPLIES ONLY WHILE THIS PRODUCT IS IN USE IN THE UNITED STATES . This warranty gives you specific Iegal rights , and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state . Sears , Roebuck and Co . , D817WA , Hoffman Estates , IL 60179 IMPORTANT : This unit is equipped with an internal combustion engine and must not be used on or near any unimproved forest - covered , Engine Exhaust , some of its brush - covered or grass - covered constituents , and certain vehicle land unless the engine's exhaust components contain or emit che - system is equipped with a spark at - micals known to the State of Cali - rester meeting applicable local or state laws ( if any ) . If a spark arrest - fornia to cause cancer and birth er is used , it must be maintained in defects or other reproductive effective working order by the op - harm . erator . Battery posts , terminals and rela - In the State of California the above is ted accessories contain lead and required by law ( Section 4442 of the California Public Resources Code ) , lead compounds , chemicals Other states may have similar laws , known to the State of California to Federal laws apply on federal lands , cause cancer and birth defects or A spark attester / muffler is available other reproductive harm . WASH through your nearest Sears Service Center ( see the REPAIR PARTS sec - HANDS AFTER HANDLING . tion in this manual ) , F _ 021103C
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SAFETY RULES Safe Operation Practices for Edger . WARNING : Look for this symbol to point out important safety precautions . It means : " Attention ! Become Alert ! Your Safety Is Involved . " Operating Safety tal starting when setting - up , • Never allow children or young teenagers to _ IL ARNING : To prevent acciden - transporting , adjusting or mak - operate the Edger . Keep them away while ing repairs , always disconnect spark it is operating . Never allow adults to oper - plug wire and put wire where it cannot ate the Edger without proper instruction . contact the spark plug . • Do not operate this machine if you are tak - ing drugs or other medication which can cause drowsiness or affect your ability to operate this machine . Before Use • Do not use this machine if you are mentaliy • Read the owner's manual carefutty . Be or physically unable to operate this ma - thoroughly familiar with the controls and chine safely . the proper use of the Edger . Know how to • Always wear safety glasses or eye shields stop the Edger and disengage the controls during operation or whiIe performing an quickly . adjustment or repair to protect your eyes • Do not operate the Edger without weadng from foreign objects that may be thrown adequate outer garments . Wear footwear from the Edger . that will improve footing on slippery sur - • Do not put hands or feet near or under ro - faces . tating parts . • Keep the area of operation clear of all per - • Exercise extreme caution when operating sons , particularly small children and pets . on or crossing gravel drives , walks , or roads . Stay alert for hidden hazards or • Thoroughly inspect the area where the traffic . Edger is to be used and remove all foreign objects . • Exeroise caution to avoid slipping or falling . • Never operate the Edger without proper guards , plates , or other safety protective Fuel Safety devices in place . • Never operate the Edger at high transport • Handle fuel with care ; it is highly flam - speeds on slippery surfaces . Look behind mable . and use care when backing . • Use an approved container . • Never allow bystanders near the Edger . • Check fuel supply before each use , allow - • Keep children and pets away while ing space for expansion as the heat of the operating . engine and / or sun can cause fuel to ex - • Never operate the Edger without good visi - pand . bility or light . • Fill fueI tank outdoors with extreme care . • Do not run the engine indoors . The ex - Never fill fuel tank indoors . Replace fuel haust fumes are dangerous , containing tank cap securely and wipe up spilled fuel . CARBON MONOXIDE , an ODGRLESS and DEADLY GAS . • Never remove the fuel tank cap or add fuel to a running or hot engine . • Take all possible precautions when leaving the Edger unattended . Stop the engine . • Never store fuel or Edger with fuel in the • DO not ovedoad the Edger capacity by at - tank inside a building where fumes may tempting to till too deep at too fast a rate . reach an open flame . 3 F _ ) 211030
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SAFETY RULES prevent accidental starting . Thoroughly in - Safe Storage spect the Edger for any damage , and re - • Always refer to the owner's manual instruc - pair the damage before restarting and tions for important details if the Edger is to operating it . be stored for an extended period . If Edger should start to vibrate abnormally , • Never store the Edger with fuel in the fuel stop engine and check immediately for the tank inside a building where ignition cause . Vibration is generally a warning of sources are present such as water and trouble . space heaters , clothes dryers , and the like . Allow the engine to cool before storing in Stop the engine whenever you leave the any enclosure . operating position . Also , disconnect the spark plug wire before unclogging the • Keep the Edger in safe working condition . blade and when making any repairs , ad - Check all fasteners at frequent intervals for justments , or inspections . proper tightness . When cleaning , repairing , or inspecting , shut off the engine and make certain all Repair / Adjustments Safety moving parts have stopped . • After striking a foreign object , stop the en - Never attempt to make any adjustments gine . Remove the wire from the spark plug , while the engine is running . and keep the wire away from the plug to F = 021103C 4
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SAFETY RULES INTERNATIONAL SYMBOLS IMPORTANT : Many of the following symbols are located on your unit or on literature sup - plied with the product . Before you operate the unit , learn and understand the purpose for each symbol . Control And Operating Symbols Slow Fast Fuel Oil Primer Button Safety Warning Symbols A WARNING WARNING Thrown Objects . Rotating Parts . Stop Engine . WARNING Keep Bystanders Away . Disconnect Spark Wire Before Making Adjustments . IMPORTANT WARNING STOP Read Owner's Manual Wear Eye Protection Before Operating . This Machine F _ 021103C 5
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ASSEMBLY ASSEMBLY Parts Packed Separately In Carton 1 - Owner's Manual ( not shown ) 1 - HairPin 1 - Container Of Oil 1 - Container of Oil 1 - Hair Pin REMOVE THE EDGER glasses or eye shields while as , FROM THE CARTON WARNING : Always wear safety sembling the Edger . 1 . Remove the bottle of oil and parts bag from the carton . 2 . Cut down all four corners of the carton . Figure 1 shows the Edger completely as - sembled . 3 . Remove the packing material positioned around the unit . References to the right or left side of the Edger are from the viewpoint of the opera - 4 . Roll the Edger out of the carton and tot's position behind the unit . place on a hard level surface . Figure 1 F _ 021103C 6
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ASSEMBLY HOW TO RAISE THE HANDLE 3 . Insert the end of the control rod from 1 . Loosen the knobs and raise the upper handle to the upright position . See left to right through the hole in the quill Figure 2 . Allow the control rod to swing support arm . Attach with hair pin found freely . in parts bag . See Figure 3 . 4 . When the clutch lever is in NEUTRAL 2 . Tighten the knobs . Make sure the knobs are to the outside of the handles position , the quill support arm must be as shown in Figure 2 . close to the screw as shown in Figure 4 . Quill Support Arm Control Rod lUppere Hand Figure 2 Figure 4 Rod Hair Pin Quill upport Arm Figure 3 F _ 021103C 7
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ASSEMBLY HOW TO PREPARE THE ENGINE Fill With Oil How To Add The Engine Oil This Edger was shipped with a container of 1 . Put the Edger on a level surface . SAE30 motor oil . Add this oil to the engine 2 . Remove the oil fill cap ( Figure 5 ) . before operating . To fill the crankcase , see " How To Add The Engine Oil " . 3 . Slowly fill the engine crankcase . DO NOT OVERFILL . NOTE : The engine may contain a small amount of oil . When adding oil , frequently insert the oil fill cap / dipstick and check How To Fill With Gasoline the amount of oil in the engine . DO NOT OVERFILl . Make sure that the gasoline container is clean and free from dust or other foreign ma - Oil Recommendations terial . Never use gasoline that could be stale from long periods of storage . Only use high quality detergent oil rated with API service classification SG . Select the oil's 1 . Remove the fuel cap . SAE viscosity grade according to your ex - 2 . Fill the fuel tank with clean , fresh , un - pected operating temperature . Above 32 de - leaded grade automotive gasoline . grees , use SAE30 oil . Although multi - viscosity oils ( 5W30 , lOW30 , etc . ) im - prove starting in cold weather , these multi - fuel container . Do not smoke _ hlL ARNING : Always use a safety viscosity oils will result in increased oil when adding the fuel to the en = consumption when used above 40 degrees . gine . When inside an enclosure , do not Check the engine oil level more frequently to fill the fuel tank . Before you add the avoid possible engine damage from running fuel , stop the engine . Let the engine cool for several minutes . the engine low on oil . 32 ° California and US EPA emission regula - tions for ULGE ( Utility or Lawn and Gar - 4 den Equipment ) engines . ULGE Colder _ - - Warmer _ 1 The engine is certified to comply with engines are certified to operate on reg - 5W30 SAE30 ular unleaded gasoline . Fuel Cap Oil Fill Cap F _ 021103C 8
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ASSEMBLY _ " CHECKLIST For the best performance and satisfaction from this quality product , please review the following checklist before you operate the Edger : # - " All assembly instructions have been completed . Check carton . Make sure no loose parts remain in the carton . All fasteners have been propedy tight - ened . As you learn how to use the Edger , pay extra attention to the following important items : # - ' _ " Engine oil is at proper level . # - ' _ " Fuel tank is filled with a fresh , clean , regular Unleaded gasoline . # - ' _ " Become familiar and understand the function of all controls . Before you start the engine , operate all controls . F _ 021103C 9
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OPERATION KNOW YOUR EDGER READ THE OWNER'S MANUAL AND ALL SAFETY RULES BEFORE YOU OPERATE the Edger . To familiarize yourself with the location of the controls , compare the illustrations with your Edger . Save this manual for future reference . ENGINE I _ Throttle Clutch Lever Control Rod VIEW OF BLADE AREA Blade Guard Starter Handle " Index Lever Adjustable Rear Wheel Blade Curb Height Lever Front Wheel Figure 6 Throttle Control ( if equipped ) - Con - Recoil Starter Handle - The engine is trols the engine speed . equipped with an easy pull recoil starter ' . Clutch Lever - Use to start and stop the Blade Guard - Use to prevent stones or blade and control the depth of cut . other material from being thrown at the oper - ator . Adjustable Rear Wheel - Right rear Index Lever - Use the index lever to wheel is adjustable to level the Edger when edging along a curb ( curb - hopping ) . change the angle of the blade . For edging , set the blade in a vertical position . For trim - Adjustable Front Wheel - Front wheel ming , set the blade in a horizontal position . is adjustable from side - to - side for balance . The front wheel can also be adjusted down Curb Height Lever - Use to set the for curb - hopping . front wheel height on uneven surfaces . EYE PROTECTION the Edger can result in foreign Always wear safety glasses . If you wear eye WARNING : Debris thrown from objects being thrown into the glasses , put a Wide Vision Safety Mask over eyes , which can cause severe eye dam - your eye glasses . age . Always wear safety glasses or eye shields when operating the Edger . 10 F _ 021103C
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OPERATION HOW TO STOP THE EDGER Emergency Stopping To immediately stop the engine and the blade , move the throttle control to the STOP position . Normal Stopping First , move the clutch lever back to the DIS - ENGAGED position . Then , move the throttle control to SLOW , then to STOP ( if Figure 7 equipped ) See Figure 7 . EDGER unattended while the _ ARNING : Never leave the engine is running . Always dis - I Throttle engage the cutting blade and stop the engine . HOW TO USE THE THROTTLE CONTROL 1 . During normal use , run the engine at full speed . 2 . Move the throttle control up to increase engine speed , or down to decrease en - Figure 8 gine speed ( see Figure 8 ) . HOW TO USE THE CLUTCH LEVER Clutch Lever 1 . Star the engine . 2 . To engage the cutting blade , move the clutch lever forward ( see Figure 9 ) . 3 . Select the edging depth you need . There are five selections down to approximate - ly 2 - 3 / 4 inches deep . NOTE : For deep edging , first cut at shallow depths . Then , cut at greater depths until Figure 9 the desired depth is obtained . F _ 021103C 11
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OPERATION HOW TO USE THE INDEX LEVER 1 . Stop the engine and disconnect the spark plug wire from the spark plug . 2 . Loosen the front wheel knob shown in Figure 10 . Slide the front wheel all the way to the right side . Front Wheel Knob 3 . Securely tighten the front wheel knob . NOTE : To prevent the blade from hit - Front Wheel ting the wheel while trimming , make sure the front wheel is set in the ex - Figure 10 treme right position . Vertical Position 4 . Disengage the index lever ( see Figure 11 ) . Move the index lever to the desired position . 5 . For edging , set the blade in a vertical position ( see Figure 11 ) . For trimming , set the blade in a horizontal position ( see Figure 12 ) . Index Lever 6 . Reconnect the spark plug wire to the spark plug . Horizontal Position 7 . Start the engine . 8 . Move the clutch lever to the desired trim - ming height . running , never leave the Edger . _ k WARNING : While the engine is Before you adjust the wheels or change the blade position , always dis - engage the cutting blade and stop the engine . Index Lever Figure 12 12 F _ 021103C
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OPERATION HOW TO USE THE CURB - HOPPING FEATURE wheel until the front wheel is level with Because the front wheel and the right rear wheel are adjustable , the Edger can be used the left rear wheel and the unit is setting on uneven surfaces , such as the curb shown on the curb as shown in Figure 13 . in Figure 13 . Set the wheel positions as fol - iows . 7 . Loosen the rear wheel knob . 1 . Stop the engine . 8 . Lower the right rear wheel until the Edger is level and the left rear wheel is 2 . Disconnect the spark plug wire from the on the curb . spark plug . 3 . Loosen the front wheel knob . 9 . Securely tighten the rear wheel knob . 4 . Slide the front wheel to the best posi - 10 . Connect the spark plug wire to the spark tion to clear the curb and balance the plug . unit . 5 . Securely tighten the front wheel knob . _ k ARNING : Keep away from the rotating blade . The blade can 6 . Use the curb height adjust lever to cause injury . lower the front wheel . Lower the front Blade Guard Front Wheel Knob Rear Wheel Knob Front Wheel ht Rear Wheel Figure 13 F _ 021103C 13
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OPERATION HOW TO STOP THE ENGINE 6 . Move the choke control lever to the Emergency Stopping CHOKE position ( Figure 14 ) . To immediately stop the engine and the blade , move the throttle control to the STOP 7 . To start engine , hold the recoil starter position . handle firmly with your right hand . Normal Stopping 8 . Hold the edger handle firmly with your left hand . 1 . To stop the engine , move the clutch lever all the way back to the DISENGAGED 9 . Quickly pull the recoil starter handle . DO position . NOT allow the starter rope to snap back . Let the starter rope slowly rewind . 2 . Then , move the throttle control lever to the STOP position ( Figure 14 ) . HOW TO START THE ENGINE _ Throttle IMPORTANT : Before you start the engine , operate the controls several times . Make sure all controls move freely . 1 . Check the oil . 2 . Fill the fuel tank with regular unleaded Choke gasoline . Make sure the gasoline is clean . Leaded gasoIine will increase de - Figure14 posits and shorten the life of the valves . NOTE : Do not use gasohol or methanol . Do 10 . When the engine starts , move the throttle not use premium unleaded gasoline . controI lever up ( FAST position ) to in - crease speed or down to decrease gasoline container . Do not speed . During normal use keep the _ lb ARNING : Always use a safety smoke when adding gasoline to throttle in the FAST position . the fuel tank . When inside an enclosure , 11 . If the engine does not start in 5 or 6 tries , do not add gasoline . Before you add See the " Troubleshooting " Instructions . gasoline , stop the engine and let the en - gine cool for several minutes . indoors or in a poorly ventilated 3 . Make sure the spark plug wire is con - _ ARNING : Never run the engine area . Engine exhaust contains nected to the spark plug . carbon monoxide , an odorless and 4 . Pull the clutch lever all the way back to deadly gas . Keep hands , feet , hair and raise and disengage the btade . loose clothing away from any moving parts . Avoid the muffler and surround - 5 . Move the throttle control lever ( if ing areas . Temperatures can exceed 150 equipped ) to the FAST position degrees . ( Figure 14 ) . F = 021103C 14
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OPERATION EDGING TIPS • Edging is best performed when conditions are dry . If the soil is to wet , dirt becomes packed around the blade causing prema - ture belt wear and decreased perfor - mance . • If dirt does become packed around the blade , stop the engine and remove the wire from the spark plug . Remove the packed dirt and debris from the blade . • For deep edging , first cut at shallow depths . Then , cut at greater depths until the desired depth is obtained . • For uniform edging , make sure the blade guide rides on the surface . • Edging can be customized by varying the number of passes and by the distance the blade is from the surface . manual . Know location and WARNING : Read the Owner's functions of all controls . Keep all safety devices and shields in place . Never allow children or uninstructed adults to operate Edger . Shut off engine before unclogging blade or making re - pairs . Keep bystanders away from ma = chine . Keep away from the blade and all rotating parts , which cause injury . F _ 021103C 15
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MAINTENANCE DATE OF PURCHASE : SERVICE RECORDS Fill in dates as you Before Every Every Before complete regular Each 10 25 Each Before SERVICE service . Use Often Hours Hours Season Storage DATES i I I I II Lubricate All Pivot I I Points Lubricate Wheel Axles I , , , , , Check Engine Oil Level _ / Change Engine Oil ill i i i i i Replace Air Cleaner Filter Check Spark Plug _ / _ / Tighten AII Fasteners Check Blade For I I _ I Wear Or Damage * 7 . . . . PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS Model No . : 530.772341 The warranty on this Edger does not cover Horse Power : 4 items that have been subjected to operator abuse or negligence . To receive full value Displacement : 9.02 cu . in . from the warranty , the operator must main - ( 148 cc . ) tain the Edger as instructed in this manual . Oil Capacity : 21 oz . SAE - 3OW Some adjustments must be made periodical - Spark Plug Gap : 0.030 inch ly to properly maintain your Edger . F _ 021103C 16
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MAINTENANCE LUBRICATION 4 . Remove the oil fill cap . Fill the engine crankcase . Pour slowly . Do not overfill . After each 25 hours , apply a small amount of See " Product Specifications " for amount engine oil to all moving parts , particularly the and type of oil . Install the oil fill cap . wheels . 5 . Connect the spark plug wire to the spark plug . How To Change The Engine Oil Change the oil in the engine crankcase after Oil Fill Cap each 25 hours of use . NOTE : The oil will drain more freely when the engine is warm . 1 . Disconnect the spark plug wire from the spark plug . 2 . Remove the oil drain plug ( see Figure 15 ) . Drain the oil into a flat pan . 3 . After draining all the oil , install and tight - Plug Figure 15 en the oil drain plug . HOWTO CHANGETHEAIR FILTER CAUTION : Never run the engine without the air filter . A defective air filter will cause a loss of engine power . If dirt or Service the air filter once a year ; more often dust enters the engine through the carbu - in dusty or dirty conditions . All engines have retor , the result will be excessive wear or an air cleaner cartridge . In addition , some damage to the engine . Replace a dam - engines have a pre - cleaner . aged or clogged air cleaner immediately . 1 . Disconnect the spark plug wire from the spark plug . Screw 2 . Loosen the screws and remove the cover ( see Figure 16 ) . 3 . Remove pre - cleaner ( if equipped ) and cartridge carefully to prevent debris from entering carburetor . Cover 4 . To clean pre - cleaner ( if equipped ) , sep - Pre - cleaner arate it from cartridge and wash in liquid detergent and water . Air dry thoroughly . Do not oil . Re - install dry pre - cleaner on dean cartridge . CAUTION : Do not use pressurized air or solvents to clean cartridge . Pres - surized air can damage cartridge ; sol - Cartridge vents will dissolve cartridge . 5 . Re - install clean ( or new ) air cleaner as - sembly in base . 6 . Replace cover and tighten screws . 7 . Connect the spark plug wire to the spark Figure 16 plug . F _ 021103C 17
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MAINTENANCE SPARK PLUG Check the spark plug every 25 hours . Re - moval . Tighten the spark plug to a torque place the spark plug if the electrodes are of 15 foot - pounds . pitted , burned , or if the porcelain is cracked . Feeler Gauge 1 . Make sure the spark plug is clean . 0.030 " Clean the spark plug by carefully scrap - ing the electrodes ( do not sand blast or use a wire brush ) . 2 . Check the spark plug gap with a feeler gauge . The gap must be 0.030 " . Spark Plug 3 . Before installing the spark plug , coat Figure I the threads lightly with oil for easy re - SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENT CARBURETOR ADJUSTMENT Never make unnecessary adjustments to the carburetor . The carburetor was set at the factory to operate efficiently under most ap - plications . However , if adjustments are re - quired , we recommend you contact your nearest Sears Service Center . nor is set at the factory . Do not _ lb WARNING : The engine gover - change the governor setting . Over speeding the engine above the fac - tory setting can be dangerous . If you think the engine governor needs an ad - justment , contact your nearest Sears Service Center . F - 021103C 18
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SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENT HOW TO REMOVE THE BELT The belt made of a special compound , if the 4 . Loosen , do not remove , the screw that belt becomes worn or breaks , replace the holds the belt guide . Then , move the belt with an original equipment belt . belt guide away from the belt . 1 . Disconnect the spark plug wire from the 5 . Remove the two screws from the belt spark plug . guard ( see Figure 19 ) . 2 . Pull the clutch lever back to release the 6 . Remove the old belt from the engine tension from the belt . and quill assembly pulleys . Replace with an original equipment belt available from Sears . 3 . Remove the two screws and spacers from the top of the engine pulley cover . Remove the engine pulley cover ( see 7 . To install a new belt , reverse the above Figure 18 ) . steps . @ Belt Guard _ Screw Figure 19 Screws Figure 18 F - 021103C 19
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SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENT HOW TO REPLACE THE BLADE The blade is subject to wear and damage , 1 . Disconnect the spark plug wire from the such as nicks and dents . This will not gener - spark plug . ally affect its function . 2 . Remove the blade Iocknut that holds The blade is designed to not require sharp - the blade to the drive shaft . ening . Do not attempt to sharpen the blade . The blade is also reversible . If nicks or dents are excessive , remove the blade and ten the blade Iocknut , always , _ WARNING : To remove or tigh - use the method shown in turn it around . This will provide a fresh cut - ting edge . Replace the blade if both sides Figure 20 . Always position the holding wrench on the nut behind the blade . are worn or damaged . Replace with an origi - nal equipment btade available from Sears . 3 . Remove the blade . 4 . Install a new blade and blade Iocknut . blade . Sharpening can damage WARNING : Do not sharpen the Tighten the blade Iocknut to a torque of the blade and cause it to break , 40 - 45 foot pounds . which can cause injury to yourself or to others . 5 . Connect the spark plug wire to the spark To replace the blade , follow the steps below . plug . Turn Wrench To Tighten Locknut Blade Locknut Hold Rear Nut , Do Not Turn Figure 20 F - 021103C 20
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SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENT STORAGE parts such as the carburetor , fuel filter , fuel hose , and tank during storage . Also , Edger indoors with fuel in the _ 1 _ WARNING : Never store the fuel tank . Never store in an en - using alcohol - blended fuels ( called gaso - hol , ethanol or methanol ) can attract closed , poorly ventilated area where moisture which leads to separation and fumes could reach an open flame , a formation of acids during storage . Acidic spark or a pilot light as on a furnace , wa - gas can damage the fuel system of an en - ter heater or clothes dryer . gine while in storage . To prevent engine damage when the Edger oline while inside a building , _ lb ARNING : Do not remove gas - is in storage for 30 days or more , follow the near a fire , or while you smoke . steps below : Gasoline fumes can cause an explosion or a fire . Let the engine run until it is out of gaso - line . When the Edger is put in storage for thirty days or more , follow the steps below to If you do not want to remove the gaso - make sure the Edger is in good condition the Iine , add a fuel stabilizer to any gasoline following season . Ieft in the fuel tank . A fuel stabilizer will minimize gum deposits and acids . If the Edger fuel tank is almost empty , mix the fuel stabilizer with fresh gasoline in a sepa - Completely clean the Edger . rate container and add the mixture to the Check the Edger for worn or damaged fuel tank . Always follow the instructions pads . Tighten all loose hardware . on the stabilizer container . Start the en - gine . Let the engine run for 10 minutes Apply a smatI amount of engine oil to all to allow the mixture to reach the carbu - moving parts , particulady the wheels . retor . Put the Edger in a building that has good ventilation . Change the engine oil . See " How To Change The Engine Oil " in the Mainte - Cover the Edger with a suitable protec - nance section . tive cover that does not retain moisture . Do not use plastic . Lubricate the piston / cylinder area . This can be done by first removing the spark IMPORTANT : Never cover the Edger while plug and squirting a small amount of the engine and exhaust areas are still clean engine oil into the spark plug hole . warm . Then , cover the spark plug hole with a NOTE : A yearly checkup or tune - up by a rag to absorb oil spray . Next , rotate the Sears Service Center is a good way to engine by pulling the starter two or three make sure that your Edger will provide times . Finally , install the spark plug and maximum performance for the next sea - attach the spark plug wire . son . Store the Edger in the operating position with the wheels down . If the Edger is Engine stored in any other position , oil from the IMPORTANT : It is important to prevent crankcase will enter the cylinder and gum deposits from forming in fuel system cause a service problem . F = 021103C 21
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TROUBLE SHOOTING CHART TROUBLE CAUSE CORRECTION Stale fuel Drain fuel tank . Fill with fresh Engine difficult to start fuel . or Clogged fuel filter Replace fuel filter Dirt in fuel tank or out of fuel Clean fuel tank . Engine runs erratically Take unit to a Sears Service Carburetor out of adjustment Center . or Fouled spark plug Clean and set spark plug gap . Engine will not run at full speed Dirty air filter Replace air filter . Engine smokes Plugged air filter Replace air filter . excessively Clean debds from btade . Debris interfering with blade Loose blade Cutting blade will not Tighten blade nut . rotate Defective belt Replace belt . Defective quill bearings Replace the quill assembly . Blade will not cut properly Damage or worn blade Reverse the blade or replace the blade . Excessive vibration Loose parts Stop engine immediateiy . Tighten all fasteners . If vibration continues , take the unit to a Sears Service Center . F - 021103C 22
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SEARS , ROEBUCK AND CO . Federal and California Emission Control Systems Limited Warranty Small Off - Road Engines CALIFORNIA & US EPA EMISSION quired maintenance listed in your Owner's Manual , but Sears , Roebuck and Co . will not CONTROL WARRANTY STATEMENT deny warranty solely due to the lack of receipts The U . S . Environmental Protection Agency or for your failure to provide wdtten evidence ( " EPA " ) , the California Air Resources Board of the performance of all scheduled mainte - ( " CARB " ) and Sears , Roebuck and Co . are nance . pleased to explain the Federal and California As the small off - road engine owner , you Emission Control Systems Warranty on your should , however , be aware that Sears , Roe - new small off - road engine . In California , new buck and Co . may deny you warranty cover - 1995 and later small off - road engines must be age if your small off - road engine or a part designed , built and equipped to meet the thereof has failed due to abuse , neglect , im - State's stringent anti - smog standards . In oth - proper maintenance or unapproved modifica - er states , new 1997 and later model year en - tions . gines must be designed , built and equipped , at the time of sale , to meet the U . S . EPA regula - You are responsible for presenting your small tions for small non - road engines . Sears , Roe - off - road engine to a Sears , Roebuck and Co . buck and Co . will warrant the emission control Authorized Service Outlet as soon as a prob - system on your small off - road engine for the lem exists . The warranty repairs should be periods of time listed below , provided there completed in a reasonable amount of time , not has been no abuse , neglect , unapproved mod - to exceed 30 days . ification , or improper maintenance of your Warranty service can be arranged by contact - small off - road engine . ing either a Sears , Roebuck and Co . Autho - Your emission control system may include rized Service Outlet , or by contacting Sears , parts such as the carburetor , ignition system Roebuck and Co . at 1 - 800473 - 7247 . and exhaust system . Also included may be the compression release system and other emis - IMPORTANT NOTE sion - related assemblies . Esta This warranty statement explains your Where a warrantable condition exists , Sears , rights and obligations under the Emission Roebuck and Co . will repair your small off - Control System Warranty ( " ECS Warranty " ) road engine at no cost to you for diagnosis , which is provided to you by Sears , Roebuck parts and labor . and Co . pursuant to California law . See also the Sears , Roebuck and Co . Limited Warran - MANUFACTURER'S EMISSION ties for Sears , Roebuck and Co . which is en - CONTROL SYSTEM WARRANTY closed therewith on a separate sheet and also COVERAGE is provided to you by Sears , Roebuck and Co . The ECS Warranty applies only to the emis - Emission control systems on 1995 and later sion control system of your new engine . To the model year California small off - road engines extent that there is any conflict in terms be - are warranted for two years as hereinafter tween the ECS Warranty and the Sears , Roe - noted . In other states , 1997 and later model buck and Co . Warranty , the ECS Warranty year engines are also warranted for two years . shall apply except in any circumstances in If , during such warranty period , any emission - which the Sears , Roebuck and Co . Warranty related part on your engine is defective in ma - may provide a longer warranty period . Both the terials or workmanship , the part will be ECS Warranty and the Sears , Roebuck and repaired or replaced by Sears , Roebuck and Co . Warranty describe important rights and Co . obligations with respect to your new engine . Warranty service can only be performed by a OWNER'S WARRANTY Sears , Roebuck and Co . Authorized Service RESPONSIBILITIES Outlet . At the time of requesting warranty ser - As the small off - road engine owner , you are vice , evidence must be presented of the date responsible for the performance of the re - of sale to the original purchaser . The purchas - 23 F - 021103C
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ershalpl ayanychargefosrmakinsgervice Sears , Roebuck and Co . according to Subsec - callsand / ofor rtransporttihnegproducttos tion 4 below . Any such part repaired or re - andfromtheplacweherteheinspectaionnd / placed under the ECS Warranty shall be orwarranwtyoriksperformTehde . purchaserwarranted for any remainder of the ECS War - shablleresponsfiobrlaenydamaogrelossin - ranty Period . curreidnconnectwioitnhthetransportaotifon 2 . Any warranted , emissions - related part anyenginoeranypart ( tsh ) eresoufbmittfeodr which is scheduled only for regular inspection inspectiaonnd / owrarranwtyork . as specified in the Owner's Manual shall be warranted for the ECS Warranty Period . A Ifyouhavaenyquestiornesgardiynoguwr ar - statement in such written instructions to the ef - rantyrightasndresponsibiliytioeuss , hould fect of " repair or replace as necessary " , shall contactSears , Roebucaknd Co . at 1 - 800 _ . 73 - 7247 . not reduce the ECS Warranty Period . Any such part repaired or replaced under the ECS Warranty shall be warranted for the remainder EMISSION CONTROL SYSTEM of the ECS Warranty Period . WARRANTY 3 . Any warranted , emissions - related part Emission Control System Warranty ( " ECS which is scheduled for replacement as re - Warranty " ) for 1995 and later model year Cali - quired maintenance in the Owner's Manual , fornia small off - road engines ( for other states , shall be warranted for the period of time prior 1997 and later model year engines ) : to the first scheduled replacement point for that part . If the part fails prior to the first sched - A . APPLICABILITY : This warranty shall apply uled replacement , the part shall be repaired or to 1995 and later model year California small replaced by Sears , Roebuck and Co . accord - off - road engines ( for other states , 1997 and ing to Subsection 4 below . Any such emis - later model year engines ) . The ECS Warranty sions - related part repaired or replaced under Period shall begin on the date the new engine the ECS Warranty , shall be warranted for the or equipment is delivered to its original , end - remainder of the ECS Warranty Period prior to use purchaser , and shall continue for 24 con - the first scheduled replacement point for such secutive months thereafter . emissions - related part . B . GENERAL EMISSIONS WARRANTY 4 . Repair or replacement of any warranted , COVERAGE : Sears , Roebuck and Co . war - emissions - related part under this ECS War - rants to the original , end - use purchaser of the ranty shall be performed at no charge to the new engine or equipment and to each subse - owner at a Sears , Roebuck and Co . Autho - quent purchaser that each of its small off - road rized Service Oufiet . engines is : 5 . The owner shall not be charged for diagnos - 1 . Designed , built and equipped so as to con - tic labor which Ieads to the determination that form with all applicable regulations adopted by a part covered by the ECS Warranty is in fact the Air Resources Board pursuant to its au - defective , provided that such diagnostic work thority in Chapters I and 2 , Part 5 , Division 26 is performed at a Sears , Roebuck and Co . Au - of the Health and Safety Code , and thorized Service Oufiet . 2 . Free from defects in materials and work - 6 . Sears , Roebuck and Co . shall be liable for manship which , at any time during the ECS damages to other original engine components Warranty Period , will cause a warranted emis - or approved modifications proximately caused sions - related part to fail to be identical in elI by a failure under warranty of an emission - re - materiaI respects to the part as described in Iated part covered by the ECS Warranty . the engine manufacturer's application for certi - 7 . Throughout the ECS Warranty Period , fication . Sears , Roebuck and Co . shah maintain a sup - C . The ECS Warranty only pertains to emis - ply of warranted emission - related parts suffi - sions - related parts on your engine , as follows : cient to meet the expected demand for such emission - related pads . 1 . Any warranted , emissions - related parts which are not scheduled for replacement as 8 . Any Sears , Roebuck and Co . authorized required maintenance in the Owner's ManuaI and approved emission - related replacement shall be warranted for the ECS Warranty Peri - part may be used in the performance of any od . If any such part fails during the ECS War - ECS Warranty maintenance or repair and will ranty Period , it shall be repaired or replaced by be provided without charge to the owner ' . Such 24 F - 021103C
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useshanllorteducSeearsR , oebuacnkdCo . EMISSION - RELATED PARTS ECSWarranotbyligations . INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING : 9 . Unapproaveddd - oonrmodifipeadrtms ay 1 . Carburetor Assembly and its Internal Com - ponents notbeusetdomodiofyrrepaairSearRs , oe - bucakndCoe . nginSeu . cuhsevoidtshisECS a ) Fuel filter Warranatyndshalbl esufficiegnrtoundfosr b ) Carburetor gaskets disallowianngECSWarranctlyaimS . ears , c ) Intake pipe RoebuacnkdCos . hanllobt eliable hereunder for failures of any warranted parts of a Sears , 2 . Air Cleaner Assembly Roebuck and Co . engine caused by the use of a ) Air filter element such an unapproved add - on or modified part . 3 . Ignition System , including : a ) Spark plug b ) Ignition module c ) Flywheel assembly 4 . Catalytic Muffler ( if so equipped ) a ) Muffler gasket ( if so equipped ) b ) Exhaust manifold ( if so equipped ) 5 . Crankcase Breather Assembly and its Components a ) Breather connection tube 10 / 22 / 99 EPA / CARB Sears , Roebuck and Co . , Hoffman Estates , IL 60179 U . S . A . F = 021103C 25
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CRAFTSMAN 536.772341 REPAIR PARTS 43 44 41 40 45 20 _ j22 29 32 81 12 323095 F KEY KEY NO . DESCRIPTION PARTNO . NO . DESCRIPTION PARTNO . 10 4 HP95212 - 0138 - E1 40 Cover , EnginePulley 331281 - 201 ( SeeEnginepages ) 41 Screw , 5 / 16 - 24x3.00 181624 * Plate , EngineSpacer 1701036 42 Spacer , Sleeve 315095 12 Screw , 3 / 8 - 16xl . O0 25x6 43 Screw , 5 / 16 - 24x3.75 173030 20 Pulley 1701015 44 Spacer 308237 22 Screw , Set 120580 45 Spacer , Sleeve 315095 29 Belt , 4L32.60 " 32668 80 Assembly , Frame 323534 - 201 30 Screw5 / 16 - 24x1.00 578733 81 Strap 308154 - 201 31 Flatwasher 45602 - - InstructionManual F - 021103C 32 Guide , Belt 51600 * Part Not Shown ( 2 Required ) F = 021103C 26
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CRAFTSMAN 536.772341 REPAIR PARTS _ 163 151 / 150 164 160 157 _ 155 154 158 331765 E 159 KEY KEY NO . DESCRIPTION PARTNO . NO . DESCRIPTION PARTNO . 150 FrontWheelArm 339299 - 201 157 Knob , Rectangle 20252 151 FrontCurbHopper 740132 158 Flatwasher 22265 152 PushnutW , asher 338614 159 Nut 45905 153 PlasticWasher 325892 160 Screw , 5 / 16 - 18x . 63 51333 154 Spacer , HeightAdjust 331421 161 Plate , HeightAdjust 331394 - 281 155 Pin , Spring 32x81 163 Knob , Molded 339388 156 Lever , HeightAdjust 331419 164 Nut , 5 / 16 - 18 15x88 F = 021103C 27
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CRAFTSMAN 536.772341 REPAIR PARTS 184 182 183 170 171 171 186 323179 F KEY KEY PARTNO . NO . DESCRIPTION PARTNO . NO . DESCRIPTION 170 Bracket , CurbHop Mnt 6842 182 Spacer , Sleeve 45222 183 Flatwasher 120393 171 Screw , 5 / 16 - 18x . 75 180077 172 Nut , 5 / 16 - 18 1498 71294 184 Knob , Wing5 / 16 - 18 310896 180 Bolt , 5 / 16 - 18x2.00 126380 186 Rod , WheelSupport 181 Clevis 8082 F _ 021103C 28
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CRAFTSMAN 536.772341 REPAIR PARTS 330 331 329 323 321 301 325 311 305 323129 E KEY KEY PARTNO . PARTNO . NO . DESCRIPTION NO . DESCRIPTION 300 Flatwasher 710083 338070 321 QuillAssembly 301 QuillSupport 338656 - 201 322 Lever , Index 308466 308254 308155 302 Bolt , 3 / 8 - 16 323 Spring , Torsion 303 Flatwasher 120396 325 Nut , 5 / 16 - 18 1498 1499 329 Flatwasher 22265 305 Nut , 3 / 8 - 16 310 RubberDeflector 308243 740296 330 Blade , Edger 26x245 46023 311 Screw , 10 - 16x1.56 331 Nut , 1 / 2 - 28 51603 320 Spring F _ 021103C 29
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CRAFTSMAN 536.772341 REPAIR PARTS 751 \ \ X \ \ \ \ \ 425 \ \ \ 720 \ \ \ \ \ 721 754 722 343718 A KEY KEY PARTNO . PARTNO . NO . DESCRIPTION NO . DESCRIPTION 315288 722 Screw , 5 / 16 - 18x . 63 51333 424 Bolt , 5 / 16 - 18xl . 75 750 Control Rod 71294 580292 - 853 425 Knob , Wing5 / 16 - 18 720 LowerHandle 740127 - 853 751 HairPin 36368 1498 754 HairPin 36368 721 Nut , 5 / 16 - 18 30 F = 021103C
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CRAFTSMAN 536.772341 REPAIR PARTS 737 743 745 731 739 725 J 738 732 735 323136 F KEY KEY NO . DESCRIPTION PARTNO . NO . DESCRIPTION PARTNO . 725 UpperHandle 740147 739 Spring , Compression 25644 731 SelectorPlate 310052 - 853 740 Nut , 5 / 16 - 18 1498 732 Screw , 1 / 4 - 20xl . 25 180024 741 Grip , Hand 56924 735 Nut , 1 / 4 - 20 782585 743 Stud 310053 737 DepthAdjustHandle 310050 - 853 745 Nut , 3 / 8 - 16 1499 738 Screw , 5 / 16 - 18x1.25 180081 F = O21103C 31
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CRAFTSMAN 536.772341 REPAIR PARTS 108 105 106 116 117 110 118 113 343720B 114 109 KEY KEY NO . DESCRIPTION PARTNO . NO . DESCRIPTION PARTNO . 103 Nut , 3 / 8 - 16 1499 111 Nut , 5 / 16 - 18 15x88 105 Spacer , Sleeve 310715 113 Spacer , Sleeve 51887 106 Bolt , HHSH3 / 8 310716 114 Tire & Rim 336546 188 Tire & Rim 336545 116 Tire & Rim 336545 189 Screw , 5 / 16 - 18x3.08 180113 117 Flatwasher 17X91 110 Flatwasher 120393 118 CotterPin 38x28 F _ 021103C 32
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CRAFTSMAN 536.772341 REPAIR PARTS 2 1 4 5 332247 EE KEY KEY NO . DESCRIPTION PARTNO . NO . DESCRIPTION PARTNO , 1 BladeGuard 331076 - 201 6 Screw , 1 / 4 - 20x , 50 710264 2 Bolt , Carriage 2x53 8 Cover , QuillPulley 53405 - 201 4 Nut , 5 / 16 - 18 15x88 9 Screw , 10 - 16x , 50 26x245 5 Guide , BeltFront 326748 - 201 DECALS KEY NO . DESCRIPTION PARTNO . - - Decal , AngleIndicator 48x1177 - - Decal , Danger RotatingBlade 333874 - - Decal , DangerInformation 48x1195 - - Decal , QuadrantSelector 312548 - - Decal , Logo 48x1178 33 F = O21103C
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ENGINE 95212 - 0138 - E1 REPAIR PARTS 358 ENGINE GASKET KIT 12 51 _ 163 _ 191 @ 529J _ 529A 35 ! 36 _ 45 _ 45 _ 1095 VALVE GASKET SET 51 _ 163 @ 529 _ 529A10 _ , 527 _ 16J 741 718A 24 1019 LABEL KIT 20 [ 1058 OWNER'S MANUAL ] 34 F - 021103C
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ENGINE 95212 - 0138 - E1 REPAIR PARTS KEY PART KEY PART N0 . NO . DESCRIPTION NO . NO . DESCRIPTION 1 494549 298908 Pin - Piston Cylinder Assembly 2 399269 ( . 005 " Oversize ) Kit - Bushing / Seal Rod - Connecting ( Magneto Side ) 29 294367 3 * 299819 Seal - Oil ( Standard ) Note ( Magneto Side ) 296079 Rod - Connecting 5 690386 Head - Cylinder ( . 020 " Undersize ) 7 * 0692288 Gasket - Cylinder Head 30 691719 Dipper - Connecting Rod 8 495774 Breather Assembly 32 691664 Screw 9 * Q27549 Gasket - Breather ( Connecting Rod ) 10 691666 Screw 33 296676 Valve - Exhaust ( Breather Assembly ) 34 296677 Valve - Intake 11 231550 Tube - Breather 35 690520 Spring - Valve 12 * 692218 Gasket - Crankcase ( Intake ) ( . 015 " Thick , Standard ) 36 690520 Spring - Valve Note ( Exhaust ) * 270895 Gasket Retainer - Valve ( . 005 " Thick ) 40 692194 Tappet - VaNe * 270896 Gasket 45 691762 Camshaft ( . 009 " Thick ) 46 691998 Gasket - Intake Screw 51 _ o . 273113 13 691640 Gasket - Air Cleaner ( Cylinder Head ) 163 * Q271935 Gasket - Fuel Tank 15 691682 Plug - Oil Drain 191 e . 692241 Crankshaft 306 690461 16 497232 Shield - Cylinder Screw 17 690824 Bearing - Ball 307 691660 ( Cylinder Shield ) 20 692020 Seal - Oil Cover - Cylinder Head ( PTO Side ) 308 690462 24 222698 Plug - Spark Key - Flywheel 337 802592 25 498668 Gasket Set - Engine Piston Assembly 358 497605 Wrench _ Sparkptug ( Standard ) 383 89838 Note 527 691741 Clamp - Tube 498669 Piston Assembly 529 * 692189 Grommet ( . 010 " Oversize ) 529A * 692187 Grommet 498670 Piston Assembly 718 690959 Pin - Locating ( . 020 " Oversize ) 718A 499047 Pin - Locating 498671 Piston Assembly ( Timing Gear ) ( . 030 " Oversize ) 741 691805 Gear - Timing 26 498680 Ring Set 869 691701 Seat - Valve ( Standard ) ( Intake ) Note 870 691702 Seat - Valve 498681 Ring Set ( Exhaust ) ( . 010 " Oversize ) 871 262001 Bushing - Valve Guide 498682 Ring Set ( Exhaust ) ( . 020 " Oversize ) Note 498683 Ring Set 231348 Bushing - Valve Guide ( . 030 " Oversize ) 27 691588 Lock - Piston Pin ( Exhaust ) Kit - Label 28 298909 Pin - Piston 1019 491069 Owner's Manual ( Standard ) 1058 274778 - - Note - - 1095 692638 Gasket Set - Valve 35 F - 021103C
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ENGINE 95212 - 0138 - E1 REPAIR PARTS 22 _ 147 842 _ 441 525 287 _ ' 523 _ 524 O 957 0 121 CARBURETOR OVERHAUL KIT 191 _ 51 191 163 ( _ ) 394f _ 365 _ 718B _ . 97 _ , _ . , _ _ _ . _ 435 _ 689 51 _ 1149 _ ' _ ' _ } _ 434 _ 212 _ 0j 987 @ f _ b , 130 _ 95 " 394 _ , _ ) 987Ae _ _ 3 432 / _ _ 393 _ 1273 _ _ 27A 692 % 191 _ F - 021103C 36
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ENGINE 95212 - 0138 - E1 REPAIR PARTS KEY PART KEY PART N0 . NO . DESCRIPTION NO . NO . DESCRIPTION 12 * 692218 Gasket - Crankcase 190 692200 Screw ( . 015 " Thick , Standard ) ( Fuel Tank ) Note 190A 691687 Screw * 270895 Gasket ( Fuel Tank ) ( . 005 " Thick ) 191 e . 692241 Gasket - Fuel Tank * 270896 Gasket 287 691693 Screw ( . 009 " Thick ) ( Dipstick Tube ) 18 497506 Cover _ rankcase 365 690953 Screw 26 692020 Seal - Oil ( Carburetor ) ( PTO Side ) 392 691823 Spring - Pump Diaphragm 21 281658 Cap - OiIFill 393 691213 Screen - Carburetor 22 691128 Screw 394 e272538 Diaphragm - Carburetor ( Crankcase Cover ) 432 690766 Cap - Spring 51 _ e . 273113 Gasket - Intake 434 691713 Cover - Diaphragm 90 499492 Carburetor 435 691619 Screw 95 691437 Screw ( Diaphragm Cover ) ( Throttle Valve ) 441 690484 Bracket - Oil Fill 97 692018 Shaft - Throttle 523 495264 Dipstick 110 690401 Washer 524 691870 SeaI - O Ring ( Choke Shaft ) ( Dipstick Tube ) 110A 691869 Washer 525 694426 Tube - Dipstick ( Choke Shaft ) 612 297219 Tube - Pick Up 121 495606 Kit - Carburetor 127 691718 Plug - Welch 689 691783 Spring - Friction 692 690572 Spring - Detent 127A 691742 Plug - Welch 130 691743 Valve - Throttle 718B 690296 Pin - Locating 842 691876 SeaI - O Ring 141 497230 Kit - Choke Shaft 147 691250 Jet - Pilot ( Dipstick Tube ) ( Standard ) 847 690848 Dipstick / Tube Assembly - - Note - - 957 494559 Cap - Fuel Tank 499502 Jet - Pilot 987 692279 Seal - Throttle Shaft ( High Altitude ) 987A 270167 Seal - Throttle Shaft 163 , _ @ 271935 Gasket - AirCleaner 1149 691624 Screw 180 495370 Tank - Fuel ( Throttle Shaft ) F - 021103C 37
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ENGINE 95212 - 0138 - E1 REPAIR PARTS 356 , , , , _ ' _ h _ 188 " _ 621 216 - _ 78 _ 1 831 780 _ 305 201 _ 883 823 @ ¢ 332 597 445 456 _ . b 689 _ ' _ 459 _ 163 _ ' ] 1036 EMISSION LABEL F - 021103C 38
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ENGINE 95212 - 0138 - E1 REPAIR PARTS KEY PART KEY PART N0 . NO . DESCRIPTION NO . NO . DESCRIPTION 23 496893 Flywheel 455 691236 Cup - Flywheel 37 690463 Guard - Flywheel 456 692299 Plate - Pawl Friction 55 692144 Housing - Rewind 459 281505 PawI - Rachet Starter 469 694420 Ring - Rotating Trim 58 692259 Rope - Starter 536 494279 Cleaner - Air ( Cut to Required 592 690800 Nut Length ) ( Rewind Starter ) 60 691915 Grip - Starter Rope 597 691696 Screw 65 690837 Screw ( Pawl Friction Plate ) ( Rewind Starter ) 608 499706 Starter - Rewind 73 694018 Screen - Rotating 620 692686 Panel - Speed Control 78 690364 Screw 621 692310 Switch - Stop ( Flywheel Guard ) 676 393760 Deflector - Muffler 161 691990 Base - Air Cleaner 677 690661 Screw 163 . Q271935 Gasket - Air Cleaner ( Muffler Deflector ) 188 692200 Screw 689 691855 Spring - Friction ( Control Bracket ) 780 691211 Anchor - Spring 200 498770 Blade - Governor 823 692336 Screw 201 691305 Link - Air Vane ( Muffler Adapter ) 209 690563 Spring - Governor 831 691099 Screw 211 691289 Spring - Governed Idle ( Spring Anchor ) 216 692904 Link - Choke 851 493880 Terminal - Spark Plug 298 691720 Lecknut - Muffler / Elbow 864 690776 Adapter - Muffler 300 493288 Muffler 883 * 691314 Gasket - Exhaust 304 693004 Housing - Blower 968 692321 Cover - Air Cleaner 305 692198 Screw 971 690370 Screw ( Blower Housing ) ( Air Cleaner Base to 332 690662 Nut Carburetor ) ( Flywheel ) 1036 696764 Label - Emission 333 496914 Armature - Magneto 1210 499901 Pulley / Spring 334 691061 Screw Assembly ( Magneto Armature ) ( Pulley ) 356 692390 Wire - Stop 1211 499901 Pulley / Spring 363 19069 Puller - Flywheel Assembly 425 694515 Screw ( Pulley ) ( Air Cleaner Cover ) 445 491588 Filter - Air Cleaner Cartridge F - 021103C 39
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CONTENIDO REPUESTOS , ORILLADORA 26 OPERACIC ) N 48 REPUESTOS , MOTOR 34 MANTENIMIENTO 54 GARANTiA 40 SERVICIO Y AJUSTES 57 NORMAS DE SEGURIDAD 43 TABLA DE LOCALIZACI6N DE AVERiAS 60 SiMBOLOS INTERNACIONALES 43 PEDIDOS YSERVICIO ENSAMBLAJE 44 CONTRACUBIERTA GARANTiA GARANTiA LIMITADA DE DOS AI _ IOS PARA LA ORILLADORA CRAFTSMAN Esta oriIladora Craftsman esta garantizada pot dos afios a partir de la fecha de compra , siem - prey cuando se le haya dado mantenimiento , lubricaci6n y aflnado de acuerdo con las instruc - clones de operaci6n y mantenimiento que aparecen en el manual del usuado , Sears reparar & , sin costo alguno , cualquier defecto en el material y / o mano de obra . Siesta ofilladora Craftsman se utiliza para prop6sitos comerciales o de arrendamiento , Ia ga - rantia sera v _ lida s61opor 90 dias a partir de la fecha de compra . Esta garantia no cubre Io siguiente : • Piezas reemplazables que se desgasten durante el uso normal , pot ejemplo : bujias , etc . • Reparaciones necesarias debido al abuso o negligencia pot parte del operador de la uni - dad , incluyendo cigLieSales torcidos , y por no mantener la unidad de acuerdo con las ins - trucciones que aparecen en el manual del usuario . EN LOS ESTADOS UNIDOS , EL SERVICIO BAJO GARANTiA PAPA LA ORILLADORA CRAFTSMAN ESTA DISPONIBLE EN EL CENTRO DE SERVICIO SEARS MAS CERCA - NO . ESTA GARANTiA ES VALIDA SOLAMENTE SI EL PRODUCTO ES USADO EN LOS ESTADOS UNIDOS . Esta garantia le bdnda derechos legales especiflcos , adem & s , usted puede tener otros dere - chos Iegales que varian segQn el estado donde resida . Sears , Roebuck and Co . , D817WA , Hoffman Estates , IL 60179 IMPORTANTE : Esta unidad esta equipada con un motor de combustibn interna y no debe set usada en o cerca de ningt'ln terreno forestal cubierto de Los gases de escape , algunos de sus arbustos , maleza o hierba , a compuestos y ciertos componentes menos que el sistema de escape automotrices contienen o emiten deI motor est _ equipado con un quimicos reconocidos por el Estado de parachispas que cumpla con las leyes locales o est _ tales California como carcinbgenos , aplicables ( si existen ) . Si se usa tambi _ n pueden producir defectos de el parachispas , el operador debe nacimiento o causar otros da6os al mantenerlo erl buenas condiciones de funcionamiento . sistema reproductivo . Los bornes , terminales y accesorios re - En el Estado de California , Io in - lacionados con la bateria contienen dicado anteriormente es reque - rido por ley ( Section 4442 of sthe plomo y compuestos del plomo , quimi - California Public Resource cos que el Estado de California recono - Code ) . Otros estados pueden ce como sustancias carcinbgenas y ca - tenet leyes similares . Las leyes Federales aplican a los terre - paces de producir da6os cong _ nitos nos federales . Para conseguir en los beb _ s , ademas de otros da6os al un parachispas / silenciador sistema reproductivo . DEBE LAVARSE vaya a su Centro de Servicio MUY BIEN LAS MANOS DESPUES DE Sears mas cercano ( consulte laE - seccibn de PIEZAS DE R MANIPULAR ESTOS COMPONENTES . PUESTO en este manual ) . F _ 021103C 40
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NORMAS DE SEGURIDAD Pr & cticas de seguridad pars la operacibn de la orilladora . _ 1 _ DVERTENCIA : Busque este simbolo clue le indicarb puntos importantes de precaucibn para su seguridad . Este simbolo quiere decir : " lAtencibn ! iEst _ alerta ! Se trata de su seguridad " . Operacibn el arranque accidental cuando _ [ b ADVERTENCIA : Para prevenir • Nunca permita que nifios o adolescentes est _ preparando la unidad , la manejen la orilladora . Mant6ngalos aleja - transporte , ajuste o repare , desconecte dos del area mientras opera la odlladora . siempre el cable de Ia bujia y colbquelo Nunca permita que utiIicen la orilladora alejado de _ sta . adultos que no est6n familiarizados con las instrucciones de operaci6n . • NO opere la odlladora siesta tomando al - Pasos preliminares gun farmaco u otra medicina que le provo - • Lea detenidamente el Manual del usuano . que somnolencia o que afecte su habilidad Debe familiadzarse completamente con Ios para operar esta unidad con seguridad . controles y el uso correcto de la odlladora . • No use la orilladora si no esta fisica o men - Aprenda a detener y desenganchar rapida - talmente capacitado parr hacedo de ma - mente los controles de la orilladora . nera segura . • Siempre que use la odlladora debera ves - • Siempre use galas de seguridad o caretas tirse con ropa apropiada . Vista zapatos protectoras al operaL ajustar o reparar la que le den buena tracci6n en superficies orilladora , esto protegera sus ojos de obie - resbaladizas . tos que pudieran ser lanzados por la orilla - • Mantenga el & rea de operaci6n despejada dora . de personas , especiaimente de niSos pe - • No ponga las manos o los pies cerca o de - queSos y mascotas . bajo de piezas giratorias . • Examine el & tea en donde va a usar la od - • Tenga mucho cuidado al pasar o cruzar Iladora y desp6jela de cualquier tipo de es - con la orilladora sobre entradas de auto , combro . caminos o calles de grava . Est6 alerta tan - to al trafico como a peligros ocultos . Combustible • Tenga cuidado para evitar caidas o resba - lores . • Maneje la gasolina con cuidado , es suma - mente inflamable . • Nunca opere la odlladora sin colocar en su lugar los respectivos resguardos , placas u • Use un recipiente aprobado . otros dispositivos de seguridad . • Revise el nivel de combustible antes de • Nunca opere la orilladora a alta velocidad cada uso , dejando espacio suficiente para en superficies resbalosas . Siempre que Ia expansi6n del combustible que se pro - retroceda mire hacia atras y hagalo con duce pot el calor del motor o del sol . cuidado . • Llene el tanque de combustible a la intem - • Nunca permita que haya personas cerca perie y con mucho cuidado . Nunca Ilene el de la odlladora . tanque en un espacio cerrado . Fije bien la tapa del tanque de combustible y limpie • Mantenga alejados a niSos y mascotas du - cualquier derrame . rante la operaci6n de la orilladora . • Nunca quite la tapa del tanque de combus - • Nunca opere la orilladora si no tiene buena tible ni aSada combustible al tanque cuan - visibilidad y luz suflciente . do el motor est6 caliente o en march & • Nunca ponga en marcha el motor dentro • Nunca guarde combustible o la orilladora de un recinto cerrado . Los vapores de es - con combustible en el tanque , dentro de un cape son peligrosos , contienen MONOXI - recinto donde los vapores del combustible DO DE CARBONO , un GAS INODORO y MORTAL . puedan alcanzar alguna llama expuesta . F - 021103C 41
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NORMAS DE SEGURIDAD • Tome todas las precauciones posibles Reparacion / Ajustes cuando deje la orilladora desatendida . Si golpea un objeto extraSo , con la unidad , Apague el motor . apague el motor . Desconecte el cable de la • No sobrecargue la capacidad de la orilla - bujia y mant _ ngalo alejado de 6sta para dora al tratar de rebordear a mucha profun - evitar un arranque accidental del motor . didad y a mucha velocidad . Revise bien la orilIadora para ver si sufri6 algQn daSo , de ser asi , debera reparada . antes de haceda funcionar nuevamente Almacenamiento Si la orilladora comienza a vibrar excesiva • Siva a guardar la orilladora por un periodo o anormalmente , apague el motor . Revise largo de tiempo , siempre consulte las ins - la unidad de inmediato para determinar la trucciones del manual deI usuario donde causa . Generalmente la vibraci6n indica encontrara informaci6n importante al res - que existe alguna averia . pecto . Apague el motor siempre que tenga que • Nunca almacene la odlladora , con com - dejar la posici6n de operaci6n . Desconecte bustible en el tanque , dentro de un recinto tambi _ n el cable de la bujia antes de des - donde hayan fuentes de ignici6n tales co - atascar la cuchilla y antes de realizar cuai - mo catentadores de agua y estufas , seca - quier reparaci6n , ajuste o inspecci6n a la doras de ropa y otras fuentes similares . unidad . Permita que el motor se enfrie antes de Antes de limpiar , reparar o inspeccionar la guardar la unidad en un recinto cerrado . unidad , apague el motor y asegt3rese de • Mantenga la orilladora en condiciones se - que todas las partes en movimiento se ha - guras de funcionamiento . Revise con regu - yah detenido . Iaridad todos los sujetadores para comprobar que est6n debidamente apreta - Nunca haga ajustes o reparaciones mien - dos . tras el motor est _ en marcha . F _ 021103C 42
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NORMAS DE SEGURIDAD SiMBOLOS INTERNACIONALES IMPORTANTE : La mayoria de los simbolos siguientes se encuentran en Ia unidad o en la informacibn que viene con el producto . Antes de usar la unidad , familiaricese con el signifi - cado de cada uno de los simbolos . Simbolos de control y funcionamiento Marcha lenta Marcha rapida Combustible Aceite Botbn cebador Simb010sde advertencia de seguridad ADVERTENCIA ADVERTENCIA Lanza objetos . Mante - Piezas giratorias . Apagar el ADVERTENCIA nerse ale jado de motor y desconectar el cable transeuntes , de la bujia antes de hacerad . cualquier ajuste a la unid ADVERTENCIA IMPORTANTE PARAR Usar proteccibn para Lea el Manual del los ojos usuario antes de operar esta unidad . F _ 021103C 43
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ENSAMBLAJE ENSAMBLAJE Contenido de la bolsa de piezas 1 - Manual del usuario ( no aparece en la figura ) 1 - Botella de aceite 1 - Horquilla 1 - Horquilla 1 - Botella de aceite INSTRUCCIONES PARA SACAR gafas / anteojos de seguridad LA ORILLADORA DE SU CAJA ADVERTENCIA : Siempre use cuando est _ ensamblando la 1 . Saque la botella de aceite y Ia bolsa de orilladora . piezas de la caja . 2 . Corte hacia abajo Ias cuatro esquinas de La Figura 21 muestra la orilladora completa - mente ensamblada . Ia caja . 3 . Retire el material de empaque colocado alrededor de la unidad . Cuando se indica el lado izquierdo o dere - cho de la orilladora en este manual , siempre 4 . Haga rodar la orilladora para sacarla de se hace desde el punto de vista del operador Ia caja y col6quela sobre una superficie en su posici6n detr _ s de la unidad . plana y estable . Figura 21 F - 021103C 44
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ENSAMBLAJE COMO LEVANTAR EL MANGO 1 . Afloje las perillas y levante el mango de izquierda a derecha a trav6s del agu - superior a la posici6n vertical . Figura 22 . jero en en brazo hueco de soporte . Su - Deje que la vara de control cuelgue li - jete con la horquilla que viene en la bremente . bolsa de piezas . Figura 23 . 2 . Apriete las perillas . Aseg [ irese que las 4 . Cuando la palanca del embrague est _ perillas queden por el lado de afuera de en la posici6n NEUTRO , el brazo hueco los mangos , como en la Figura 22 . de soporte debe quedar junto aI tornillo 3 . Inserte el extremo de la vara de control como en Ia Figura 24 . Brazo hueco Vara de control / Mangoor supen Figura 22 Figura 24 Vara de Horquilla Brazo hueco de soporte Figura 23 F _ 0211030 45
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ENSAMBLAJE COMO PREPARAR EL MOTOR Cbmo ahadir el aceite de motor 1 . Coloque la orilladora sobre una superficie Cbmo Ilenar el cbrter con aceite plana . Esta orilladora fue enviada con una botella 2 . Saque la tapa / varilla indicadora de aceite de motor SAE30 . A _ ada este acei - ( Figura 25 ) . teal motor antes de hacer funcionar la uni - dad . Para Ilenar el carter con aceite , 3 . Llene lentamente el c & rter del motor . NO consulte " C6mo afiadir el aceite de motor " . LO LLENE DEMASIADQ . NOTA : Es posible que el motor ya tenga un poco de aceite . Cuando a _ ada aceite , Cbmo Ilenar el tanque de combustible inserte frecuentemente la tapa / varilla indicadora de nivel para comprobar la AsegL _ rese de que el recipiente de gasolina cantidad de aceite que hay en el motor . est6 limpio y libre de polvo u otros contami - NO LO LLENE DEMASIADO . nantes . Nunca use gasolina vieja que haya sido almacenada por largo tiempo . Recomendaciones para el aceite 1 . Quite la tapa del tanque de combustible . Use s61o aceite detergente de alta caiidad con una clasificaci6n de servicio API de SG . 2 . Llene el tanque de combustible con ga - Seleccione el grado de viscosidad SAE de solina de autom6vil limpia , fresca y sin acuerdo a la temperatura de operaci6n que plomo . usted anticipa . Para temperaturas superio - res a los 32 grados , use aceite SAE30 . Aun - que los aceites multiviscosidad ( 5W30 , recipiente de seguridad para el _ IL DVERTENCIA : Use siempre un combustible . No fume cuando 10W30 , etc . ) mejoran el arranque en tempe - a _ ada combustible al motor . No reabas - raturas bajas , su uso en temperaturas por encima de los 40 ° F ( 0C ) aumenta el consu - tezca el tanque de combustible dentro mo de aceite . Compruebe eI nivel de aceite de un local cerrado . Apague el motor con mayor frecuencia para evitar un posibie antes de a _ adir combustible . Deje en - daSo al motor por operar la unidad con poco friar el motor pot ratios minutos . aceite . La certificaci6n del motor indica que _ ste 0C ( 32 ° F ) J cumple con las estipulaciones de las normas de regulaci6n de emisiones de California y de la US EPA para motores ULGE ( en equi - M _ Is fri ° _ _ - - 2scalien ; e I po de servicio o para prados y jardines ) . Los , 4 motores ULGE estan certificados para fun - 5w30 - s 30 I cionar con gasolina regular sin plomo . aceite NIVEL DE Figura 25 ACEITE F = 021103C 46
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ENSAMBLAJE _ " LISTA DE COMPROBACION Para obtener un rendimiento 6ptimo y la ma - yor satisfacci6n de este producto de alta ca - Iidad , favor de revisar la siguiente lista de comprobaci6n antes de hacer funcionar su orilladora : Se hart completado todas las instruc - ciones de ensamblaje . Se ha revisado la caja de envfo para asegurar que no haya quedado en ella ninguna pieza suelta . Se han apretado bien todos los suje - tadores ( pernos , tornillos , etc . ) . A medida que vaya aprendiendo sobre el uso de la onlladora , preste especial atenci6n a los siguientes puntos importantes : # - ' _ " El nivel de aceite del motor es el co - rrecto . _ ' _ " El tanque de combustible ha sido IIe - nado con gasolina regular limpia , fres - ca y sin plomo . _ ' _ " Se ha familiarizado y entiende 18fun - ci6n de todos los controles . Antes de hacer arrancar el motor ha verificado el funcionamiento de todos los contro - les . F - 021103C 47
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OPERACION CONOZCA SU ORILLADORA ANTES DE HACER FUNCIONAR LA ORILLADORA , LEA EL MANUAL DEL USUARIO Y TO - DA LA INFORMACI6N SOBRE SEGURIDAD . Para famiiiarizarse con la ubicaci6n de los con - troles , compare las siguientes ilustraciones con su orilladora . Guarde este manual para referencias futuras . MOTOR Palanca de I Control de aceleracibn embrague Vara de _ control I _ . Control del estrangulador VISTA DE LA CUCHILLA Guarda de la cuchi - Ila Manija de manual i Palanca de / , Rueda trasera Rueda delan - Cuchilla reglaje Palanca deel ajustabte ajustable Figura 26 de altura d bordill _ Control de aceleracibn ( si est & equi = esta equipado con una manija de arranque manual de facil uso . pado ) - Controla la veIocidad del motor . Guarda de la cuchUla - Protege al usua - Palanca de embrague - Se usa para rio contra objetos ( piedras , etc . ) que pueden hacer arrancar y parar la cuchilla y tambi _ n , ser lanzados por la unidad . para controlar la profundidad de corte . Palanca de reglaje i Se usa para cam - Rueda trasera ajustable i La rueda biar el angulo de la cuchilla . Para orilIar , co - trasera derecha se puede ajustar para nive - Ioque Ia cuchilla en una posici6n vertical . Iar Ia orilladora cuando se usa para recortar Para recortar , coloque la cuchilla en una po - a Io largo de los bordillos . sici6n horizontal . Rueda delantera ajustable - La rueda Palanca de ajuste de altura del bordi - delantera se ajusta de un lado a otro para equilibrar la unidad . Tambi _ n puede ajustar - Iio i Se usa para ajustar la altura de la rue - se hacia abajo para los bordillos . da delantera al trabajar en superficies Manija de arranque manual - El motor desiguales . PROTECCION PARA LOS OJOS puede lanzar objetos hacia los Use siempre galas o anteojos de seguridad . _ lb ADVERTENCIA : La orilladora ojos , Io cual podria resultar en Si ya usa anteojos , p6ngase una careta pro - Iesiones graves . Use siempre gafas de tectora encima de estos . seguridad o caretas protectoras durante Ia operacibn de Ia orilladora . 48 F _ 021103C
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OPERACI ( ) N COMO DETENER LA motor , o hacia abajo para aminorada ( Figura 28 ) . ORILLADORA Parada de emergencia Para parar de inmediato eI motor y la cuchi - Palanca de Ila mueva la palanca de control de acelera - ci6n a la posici6n PARADA . Parada normal Primero , mueva la palanca de embrague hacia atr & s hasta la posici6n DESENGAN - CHADA . Luego , mueva el control de acele - raci6n a la posici6n LENTO , luego a la Figura 27 posici6n PARADA ( si est & equipada ) . Vea la Figura 27 . ORILLADORA desatendida _ DVERTENCIA : Nunca deje la mientras el motor est _ en mar - I _ , Control de acelera - cha . Siempre desenganche la cuchilla y pare el motor . COMO USAR EL CONTROL DE ACELERACIC ) N 1 . Durante periodos de uso normal , opere _ _ trangulador el motor a toda velocidad . 2 . Mueva el control de aceleracibn hacia Figura 28 arriba para incrementar Ia velocidad del COMO USAR LA PALANCA DE EMBRAGUE 1 . Haga arrancar el motor . 2 . Para enganchar la cuchilla , mueva la Palanca de palanca de embrague hacia adelante embrague ( Figura 29 ) . 3 . Seleccione la profundidad de corte que desea . Puede seleccionar entre cinco opciones , lamas baja siendo de aproxi - madamente 7 cm ( 2 - 3 / 4 pulgadas ) de profundidad . NOTE : Para un bordeado mas profundo , haga el primer corte a poca profundidad . Luego haga cortes m _ s profundos hasta Figura 29 Iograr la profundidad deseada , F = 021103C 49
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OPERACI ( ) N COMO USAR LA PALANCA DE REGLAJE 1 . Apague el motor y desconecte el cable de la bujia . 2 . Afloje la perilla de la rueda delantera que se muestra en la Figura 30 . Deslice completamente la rueda delantera ha - cia el lado derecho . 3 . Apriete bien la perilla de la rueda de - Perilla de la Iantera . rueda delantera NOT , & . : Para evitar que la cuchilla de la orilladora golpee contra Ia rueda mientras recorta , asegt _ rese de que Ia Ruedaera rueda delantera est _ ubicada en el ex - delant Figura 30 tremo derecho . Posici6n vertical 4 . Desenganche la palanca de reglaje ( Figura 31 ) . Coloque la palanca de re - glaje en la posici6n deseada . 5 . Para odllar , coloque la cuchilla en una posici6n vertical ( Figura 31 ) . Para recor - tar , coloque la cuchilla en una posici6n horizontal ( Figura 32 ) . 6 . Reconecte el cable de la bujia . Palanca de reglaje 7 . Haga arrancareI motor . Posici6n horizontal 8 . Mueva la palanca de embrague hasta Iograr la altura de recorte deseada . orilladora desatendida con el _ IL DVERTENCIA : Nunca deje la motor en marcha . Siempre des - enganche la cuchilla de recorte y apa - gue el motor antes de ajustar las ruedas o cambiar Ia posicibn de la cuchilla de recorte . Palanca de reglaie Figura 32 50 F - 021103C
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OPERACI ( ) N COMO USAR LA FUNCIONALIDAD DE ABORDILLADO Dado que se pueden ajustar la rueda delan - Baje la rueda delantera hasta que _ sta tera y la rueda trasera derecha , la orilladora se encuentre al mismo nivel que la rue - puede usarse en superficies desiguales ta - da trasera izquierda y la orilladora quede les como el bordillo mostrado en Ia situada en el bordillo como en Ia Figura 33 . Para ajustar la posici6n de las Figura 33 . ruedas , siga los pasos a continuaci6n : 7 . Afloje la perilla de la rueda trasera . 1 . Apague el motor . 8 . Baje ia rueda trasera derecha hasta 2 . Desconecte el cable de la bujia . que la oriIladora se encuentre nivelada y Ia rueda trasera izquierda quede sobre 3 . Afloje la perilla de la rueda delantera . el bordillo . 4 . Deslice la rueda delantera para que pa - 9 . Apriete bien Ia perilla de la rueda trase - se sin rozar el bordillo y equilibrar Ia uni - ra . dad . 10 . Conecte el cabte de la bujia . 5 . Apriete bien la perilla de la rueda de - Iantera . alejado de Ia cuchilla giratoria 6 . Use Ia palanca de ajuste de altura del _ IL ADVERTENCIA : Mant _ ngase para evitar posibles lesiones . bordillo para bajar Ia rueda delantera . Guarda de la cuchi - Ila Perilla de la rueda delantera Eje de soporte Perilla de la rueda trasera Rueda delantera Palanca de ajuste de altura del bordilIo Rueda trasera derecha Figura 33 F _ 021103C 51
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OPERACION COMO PARAR EL MOTOR 7 . Para arrancar el motor , agarre firmemente Parada de emergencia la manija de arranque manual con su ma - Para parar el motor y la cuchiIIa de inmedia - no derecha . to , mueva el control de aceleraci6n a la posi - 8 . Sujete flrmemente el mango de la orillado - ci6n de PARADA . ra con su mano izquierda . Parada normal 9 . Jale r & pidamente la manija de arranque manual . EVITE que la cuerda de arranque 1 . Para parar el motor , mueva la palanca de se enrolle de un golpe . Haga que la cuer - embrague hacia atras hasta Ia posici6n de da se enrolle lentamente . DESENGANCHE . 2 . Luego , mueva la palanca de control de aceleracibn hacia Ia posici6n de PARA - DA ( Figura 14 ) . / COMO ARRANCARELMOTOR 3ontrol de aceleracibn IMPORTANTE : Antes de arrancar el motor , opere los controles varias veces . Asegt3re - se de que todos se muevan libremente . 1 . Revise el nivel del aceite . 2 . Llene el tanque de combustible con gaso - lina regular sin plomo . La gasolina debe ser limpia . El uso de gasolina con plomo Figura 34 aumentara la acumulaci6n de dep6sitos y reducira la vida [ itil de las valvulas . NOTA : No use gasohol ni metanol . Tampo - 10 . Cuando el motor arranque , mueva la pa - lanca de control de aceleraci6n hacia ard - co use gasolina s6per sin plomo . ba ( a la posicidn Ri _ PIDO ) para incrementar la velocidad o hacia abajo recipiente de seguridad para el , _ , ADVERTENGIA : Use siempre un para disminuir la velocidad . . Durante el , combustible . No fume cuando uso normal mantenga la aceleraci6n en la est _ reabasteciendo el tanque de com - posici6n RAPIDO . bustible . No reabastezca dentro de un 11 . Si el motor no arranca despues de 5 6 6 local cerrado . Apague el motor antes de intentos , consulte las instrucciones de la Ilenar el tanque de combustible y deje " Tabla de Iocalizaci6n de averias " . enfriar el motor pot ratios minutos . 3 . Asegt _ rese de que el cable de la bujia est6 conectado . que el motor en un local cerra - , _ ADVERTENCIA : Nunca arran - 4 . Jale la palanca de embrague compteta - do o sin ventilacibn . El motor mente hacia atras para levantar y desen - genera gases de monbxido de carbono , ganchar la cuchilla . un gas inodoro y potencialmente fatal . 5 . Coloque la palanca de control de acele - Mantenga Ias manos , los pies , el cabell _ racibn ( si la tiene ) en la posici6n MAR - y Ia ropa holgada alejados de las piezasel en movimiento . Evite el contacto con CHA RAPIDA ( Figura 34 ) . silenciador y los componentes que Io 6 . Mueva la palanca de control del estran - rodean , la temperatura de _ stos puede gulador hacia la posici6n AHOGAR exceder los 66C ( 150 ° F ) . ( Figura 34 ) . F - 021103C 52
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OPERACION RECOMENDACIONES PARA EL USO DE SU ORILLADORA • La orilladora trabaja mejor cuando el tiem - po esta seco . Si la tierra esta muy moja - da , el barro se pega y acumula alrededor de la cuchilla haciendo que 6sta se des - gaste prematuramente y que la unidad no funcione como debe . • Si se pega el barro a la cuchilla , apague el motor y desconecte el cable de la bujia . Quite eI barro y basura pegados a la cu - chilla . • Para un bordeado mas profundo , corte primero a poca profundidad . Luego , haga cortes m & s profundos hasta Iograr Ia pro - fundidad deseada . • Para obtener un borde parejo , aseg [ irese de que la guia de la cuchilla se deslice sobre la superficie del suelo . • El bordeado puede modificarse variando el numero de pasadas y tambi _ n por la distancia en que se encuentre la cuchilla en relaci6n a la superficie . del usuario . Familiaricese con _ lb DVERTENCIA : Lea el Manual la ubicacibn y la funcibn de todos los controles . Mantenga todos los dispositivos de seguridad y protectores en su lugar . Nunca permita que usen la unidad los nifios o adultos no familiari - zados con Ia orilladora . Apague el mo - tor antes de limpiar la cuchilla o de ha - cer reparaciones a la unidad . Mantenga a los espectadores o transe _ ntes a dis - tancia mientras usa la orilladora . Man - tdnga alejada de su cuerpo la cuchilla y todas las partes giratorias que puedan causar lesiones . F _ 021103C 53
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MANTENIMIENTO FECHA DE COMPRA : REGISTR0 DE SERVICl0 Antes Anote las fechas a medi - Antes Csda Cada deca - Antes FECHAS da que comp ! ete cads deca - A me - 10 25 dses - de RDEViCI0 servlclo , dsuso nudo horas horss tacibn guardsr SE I I I I I Lubricar todos los puntos I I I I i ' degi _ _ / V _ Lubricar Ios ejes de las ruedas V V del motor _ / . . . . . Cambiar el aceite del motor _ I " " " I I " Reemplazar el filtro de sire . . . . _ / Revisar la bujia _ i , , , , Revisar la cortes motriz I , / . . . . Apretar todos los sujetadores _ / Revisar si la cuchilIa est _ desgastada o da6ada ESPECIFICACIONES DEL RECOMENDACIONES PRODUCTO GENERALES La garantia de esta ofilladora no cubre pie - Modelo No . : 536.772341 zas que hayan sido sometidas a abuso o negligencia pot parle del usuado . Para obte - Caballos de fuerza : 4 net el valor total de la garantia , el usuafio Desplazamiento : 9,02 pulg . cu . debe mantener Ia ofilladora de acuerdo a las ( 148 cc . ) instrucciones de este manual . Para mantener su orilladora en buen estado , Capacidad de aceite : 21 onzas SAE - 30W es necesado hacerle algunos ajustes peri6 - Entrehierro : 0,030 pulgada dicamente . F _ 021103C 54
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MANTENIMIENTO LUBRICACIC ) N 4 . Quite la tapa del aceite . Llene lenta - mente el carter del motor . No Io Ilene de - Despu _ s de cada 25 horas de use , aplique masiado . Consulte las " Especificaciones unas gotas de aceite de motor a todas Ias del producto " para obtener informaci6n piezas movibles , especialmente alas rue - sobre la cantidad y grado de aceite . das . Ponga nuevamente la tapa del aceite . 5 . Conecte el cable de la bujia . Cbmo cambiar el aceite de motor Cambie el aceite en el c _ rter del motor cada 25 horas de uso . Tapa del aceite NOTA : El aceite se vacia con mayor facili - dad cuando el motor esta caliente . 1 . Desconecte el cable de la bujia . 2 . Quite el tapbn de drenaje de aceite ( Figura 35 ) . Vade el aceite dentro de un je recipiente piano . de aceite 3 . Una vez drenado el aceite , instale y Figura 35 apriete el tapbn de drenaje de aceite . C ( ) MOCAMBIAREL FILTRODEAIRE PRECAUCION : Nunca haga funcionar el motor sin el filtro de aire . an filtro de aire defectuoso har _ que el motor pierda po - Reemplace ( o limpie ) el filtro de aire una vez tencia . Si entra polvo u otto contaminan - al aSo , pero con mayor frecuencia en condi - teen el motor a traves del carburador , el clones polvorientas o sucias . Todos los mo - totes tienen un cartucho de filtro de aire . motor se desgastara excesivamente o se da _ ar & Debe reemplazar inmediatamente Algunos motores tienen un pre - filtro . el filtro de aire si _ ste se encuentra daha - 1 . Desconecte el cable de la bujia . do u obstruido . 2 . Afloje los tornillos y quite la cubierta ( Figura 36 . ) Tornillo 3 . Retire el pre - filtro , si Io tiene , y eI cartu - cho , hagalo con cuidado para prevenir que caiga basura dentro del carburador . Cubierta 4 . Para limpiar el pre - filtro ( si Io tiene ) , se - Pre - filtro parelo del cartucho y Iavelo con deter - gente liquido y agua . Deje que se seque totalmente al aire . No Io aceite . Una vez seco , vuelva a instalar el pre - filtro en un cartucbo limpio . PRECAUCI ( 3N : No use aire presuriza - do ni solventes para limpiar el cartu - cho . El aire presurizado puede da £ _ ar Cartucho Base el cartucho ; los solventes Io destrui - r _ ln . 5 . Reinstale el filtro de aire limpio ( 0 uno nuevo ) en la base . 6 . Coloque de nuevo la cubierta y apriete ios tornillos . 7 . Conecte el cable de la bujia . Figura 36 F - 021103C 55
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MANTENIMIENTO BUJiA Revise la bujia cada 25 horas de operaci6n , para facilitar su remoci6n . Apriete la bu - Reemplace Ia bujia si los electrodos seen - jia hasta Iograr un par de torsi6n de 15 cuentran daSados e quemados , o si Ia por - Iibras - pie . celana esta fisurada . Lamina calibradora 1 . Aseg [ irese de que la bujia est6 limpia . 0,030 pulg . Si no Io est & raspe cuidadosamente los electrodos ( no use chorros de arena ni cepilles de alambre ) . 2 . Revise el entrehierro de la bujia usando una lamina calibradora . El entrehierro debe ser de 0,030 % Sujia 3 . Antes de instalar la bujia , aplique una Figura 3 capa ligera de aceite a ia parte roscada SERVICIO Y AJUSTES AJUSTE DEL CARBURADOR Nunca haga ajustes innecesarios al carbura - dot . El carburador ha sido calibrado en la fabrica para funcionar de manera 6ptima en ia mayoria de las condiciones de use . No obstante , si es necesario ajustarlo , se reco - mienda comunicarse con el Centre de Servi - cio Sears mas cercano a usted . velocidad del motor ha sido ca - , _ ADVERTENCIA : El regulador dc librado en la fabrica . No haga ajustes al regulador de velocidad . Hacer fu _ ciortar eJ motor a LUla veJocidad exce - siva puede ser peligroso . Si piensa clue el regulador de velocidad deI motor re - quiere un ajuste , comuniquese con el Centro de Servicio Sears m & s cercano a usted . F _ 021103C 56
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SERVICIO Y AJUSTES COMO SACAR LA CORREA La correa esta hecha de un matedal espe - 4 . Afloje , pero no quite , el tornillo que su - cial . Si la correa se desgasta o se rompe , jeta la guia de la correa . Separe la reemplacela con una correa de repuesto ori - guia de la correa de Ia correa . ginal 5 . Quite los dos tornillos de la guarda de 1 . Desconecte el cable de la bujia . Ia correa ( Figura 39 ) . 6 . 2 . Jale la palanca de embrague hacia atr _ s Saque la correa vieja de las poleas mo - para soltar la tensi6n de la correa . triz y del conjunto del brazo hueco . Reempl _ cela con una correa de repues - 3 . Quite los dos tornillos y los separado - to original a la venta en Sears . res de la parte superior de la cubierta 7 . de la polea motriz . Retire la cubierta Para instalar la correa nueva , siga los de la polea motriz ( Figura 38 ) . pasos anteriores en orden inverso . Separador q Separador Polea motriz GLlard8 de la corTea Tomillo _ / Tomillo Figura 39 Cubierta de TomiHos F { gura 38 F - 021103C 57
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SERVICIO Y AJUSTES COMO REEMPLAZAR LA CUCHILLA La cuchilla esta sujeta a desgaste y daSos , Para reemplazar la cuchilla , sigas los pasos a continuaci6n . tales como hendeduras y abolladuras . Gene - ralmente _ stas no afectan su funcionamien - 1 . Desconecte el cable de la bujia . to . 2 . Retire la contratuerca de Ia cuchilla La cuchilla esta dise _ ada de manera que no necesite ser afilada . No intente afilarla . Ade - que la sujeta al eje motor . m _ s , la cuchilla es reversible . Si tiene mu - chas hendeduras o abolladuras , saque la apretar la contratuerca de la cuchilla e invi _ rtala ( dela vuelta ) . De esta _ lb DVERTENCIA : Para sacar o cuchilla , use siempre el m _ to - manera tendra un buen filo para cortar . do ilustrado en la Figura 40 . Coloque Reemplace la cuchilla si ambos lados estan siempre una Ilave de boca para sujetar gastados o dafiados . Reemplacela con una el perno ubicado detr & s de la cuchilla . cuchilla de repuesto original a la venta en Sears . 3 . Retire la cuchilla . 4 . Instale una cuchilla y una contratuerca cuchilla . El afilado puede da - nuevas . Apriete la contratuerca a un ADVERTENCIA : No afile la bar la cuchilla y hacer que _ s - par de torsi6n de 40 a 45 libras - pie . ta se rompa , Io cual puede causar lesio - nes a Listed u otras personas . 5 . Conecte el cable de la bujia . Gire la liave para apretar ia contratuerca Contratuerca de la cuchilla Inmovilice la tuerca posterior , no Ia gire Figura 40 F = 021103C 58
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SERVICIO Y AJUSTES ALMACENAMIENTO ponentes del sistema de combustible , ta - la orilladora con combustible Ies como el carburador , filtro de _ lb DVERTENCIA : Nunca guarde combustible , linea de combustible y tan - en el tanque en un recinto ca - que , durante el almacenamiento de la uni - rrado . Nunca la guarde en un Area cerra - dad . Ademas , el uso de combustibles da y con poca ventilacibn , donde los va - mezclados con alcohol ( Ilamados gaso - pores del combustible pudieran alcanzar hoI , etanol o metanol ) puede atraer hume - una llama expuesta , chispas o el piloto dad Io cual Ileva a la separacibn del en un sistema de calefaccibn , calentador combustible y a la formacibn de acidos de agua o secadora de ropa . durante el almacenamiento de Ia unidad . Los gases acidos pueden da _ ar el siste - ma de combustible de un motor mientras gasolina del tanque mientras _ lb ADVERTENCIA : No saque la se encuentra guardado . se encuentra dentro de un re - cinto cerrado , cerca de fuego o mientra _ Para prevenir el dafio al motor cuando la ori - est _ fumando . Los vapores de Ia gasoli - Iladora esta guardada por 30 dias o mas , na pueden causar una explosibn o un in - siga los pasos siguientes : cendio . Deje el motor andando hasta que se ie Cuando deba guardar la orilladora pot treinta termine la gasolina . dias o m _ s , siga los pasos indicados a conti - Si usted no desea sacar la gasolina del nuaci6n para asegurarse que la orilladora tanque , aSada un estabilizador de com - est6 en buenas condiciones de uso para la bustible a la gasolina que queda en el proxima temperada . tanque . El estabilizador de combustible minimizara los dep6sitos de resina y los Orilladora acidos . Si el tanque de combustible esta casi vacio , mezcle el estabilizador con Limpie bien la orilladora . gasolina fresca en otto recipiente y aria - Revise la orilladora pot si tuviera piezas da la mezcla al tanque de combustible . gastadas o dabadas . Apriete todas Ias Siga siempre las instrucciones que apa - piezas que est6n sueltas . recen en el envase deI estabilizador . Arranque el motor . Deje que ei motor co - Coloque una pequeba cantidad de acei - rra por 10 minutos para permitir que la te de motor en todas las partes movi - mezda alcance el carburador . bles , especialmente en las ruedas . Cambie el aceite del motor . Consulte Guarde la orilladora en un recinto que " C6mo cambiar el aceite del motor " en la tenga buena ventilaci6n . secci6n de Mantenimiento . Cubra la orilladora con una cubierta Lubrique el Area del pist6n / cilindro . Es - apropiada que no retenga humedad . No to se puede hacer quitando primero la use pl & stico . bujia y colocando una pequeSa cantidad IMPORTANTE : Nunca cubra la orilladora de aceite de motor limpio en el orificio de mientras el motor y las Areas de escape ia bujia . Luego , cubra el orificio de la bu - est _ n todavia calientes . jia con un paso para absorber el aceite rociado . A continuaci6n , haga girar el NOTA : Una revisibn o un aflnamiento motor jalando la manija de arranque ma - anual hecho en un Centro de Servicio nual dos o tres veces . Pot QItimo , instale Sears es una buena manera de asegurar ia bujia y vuelva a conectar el cable . que su orilladora le brindar _ un bptimo rendimiento la prbxima temporada . Guarde la orilladora en Ia posici6n de operaci6n con las ruedas sobre el suelo . Si guarda la orilIadora en cualquier otra Motor posici6n , el aceite del carter del motor entrara en el cilindro Io cual causaria un IMPORTANTE : Es importante evitar que se formen residuos de resina en los com - problema de servicio . 59 F - 021103C
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TABLA DE LOCALIZACION DE AVERiAS PROBLEMA CAUSA SOLUCI ( SN El motor arranca con Combustible vi _ o Vacfe el tanque de combustible . Ll _ nelo con dificultad combustible fresco . Filtro de combustible Reemplace el filtro de o obstruido combustible . Suciedad en el tanque de Limpie el tanque de El motor marcha de forma combustible o falta de combustible . irregular combustible Lleve la unidad a un Centro Carburador desaiustado de Servicio Sears . o Bujia sucia Limpie y calibre el entrehierro de la bujia . El motor no corre a toda marcha Filtro de aire sucio Reempiace el filtro de aire . Filtro de aire obstruido El motor genera humo Reempiace el filtro de aire . excesivo Barro alrededor de la cuchilla Limpie el barro de la cuchilla . La cuchilla no gira Cuchilla suelta Apriete la tuerca de la cuchilla . Correa defectuosa Reempiace la correa . Cojinetes da _ ados en el Reemplace el conjunto de La cuchiUa no corta bien brazo hueco . conjunto de brazo hueco Cuchilla dafiada o gastada Invierta o reemplace Ia cuchilla . Vibracibn excesiva Piezas sueltas Apague el motor inmediatamente . Apriete todos los sujetadores . Si la vibraci6n persiste , Ileve la unidad a un Centro de servicio Sears . F _ 021103C 60
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01701036 Plate
10N/P Engine (95212-0138-e1)
1225X6 Screw
201701004 Pulley
22120580 Screw, end
2932668 Belt
30578733 Screw
3145602 Flat washer
3251600 Belt guide
40331281-201 Cover, engine pulley
41181624 Screw
42315095 Spacer, sleeve
43173030 Screw
44308237 Spacer
45315095 Spacer, sleeve
80323534-201 Frame assy
81308154-201 Strap
150339299-201 Front wheel arm
151740132 Front curb hopper
152338614 Pushnut, washer
153325892 Plastic washer
154331421 Spacer, height adjust
15532X81 Spring pin
156331419 Lever, height adjust
15720252 Rectangle knob
15822265 Flatwasher
15945905 Nut
16051333 Screw
161331394-201 Plate, height adjust
163339388 Molded knob
16415X88 Nut
1706842 Curb hop mnt brkt
171180077 Screw
1721498 Nut
180126380 Bolt
1818082 Clevis
18245222 Spacer, sleeve
183120393 Flat washer
18471294 Wing knob
186310896 Wheel support rod
300710083 Flatwasher
301338656-201 Quill support
302308254 Bolt
303120396 Flatwasher
3051499 Nut
310308243 Rubber deflector
31126X245 Screw
32051603 Sring
321338070 Quill assy
322308466 Lever, index
323308155 Spring, torsion
3251498 Nut
32922265 Flatwasher
330740296 Edger, blade
33146023 Nut
424315288 Bolt
42571294 Wing knob
720740127-853 Lower handle
7211498 Nut
72251333 Screw
750580292-853 Control rod
75136368 Hair pin
75436368 Hair pin
725740147 Upper handle
731310052-853 Selector plate
732180024 Screw
735782585 Nut
737310050-853 Depth adjust handle
738180081 Screw
73925644 Compression spring
7401498 Nut
74156924 Hand grip
743310053 Stud
7451499 Nut
1031499 Nut
105310715 Spacer, sleeve
106310716 Bolt
108336545 Tire & rim
109180113 Screw
110120393 Flat washer
11115X88 Nut
11351887 Spacer, sleeve
114336546 Tire & rim
116336545 Tire & rim
11717X91 Flat washer
11830X20 Cotter pin
048X1195 Decal, danger information
048X1178 Decal, logo
048X1177 Decal, angle indicator
0333874 Decal, danger rotating blade
0312548 Decal, quadrant selector
1331076-201 Blade guard
22X53 Bolt
415X88 Nut
5326748-201 Guide, belt front
6710264 Screw
853405-201 Cover, quill pulley
926X245 Screw