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I CRRFTSMRN1 Operator's Manual Snow Thrower 525 Series Electric Start 22 - inch Single Stage Auger Propelled Model 536.881510 CAUTION : Before using this product , read this manual and follow all of its Safety Rules and Operating Instructions , Manual del usario Quitanieves de 22 pulgadas 525 Serie Monoetapico Arranque electrico Propulsado por barrena Modelo 536.881510 PRECAUCION : Antes de usar este producto , lea este manual y siga todas las reglas de seguridad e instrucciones de operaci6n , Sears , Roebuck and Co . , Hoffman Estates , IL 60179 U . S . A . www . sears . com / craftsman 1741478 Rev . 01 07 - 01 - 2007
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i f ' . . _ : ] n = [ o ] _ [ _ o _ _ WARRANTY STATEMENT . . . . . . 2 STORAGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 SAFETY RULES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 TROUBLE SHOOTING CHART , . 26 INTERNATIONAL SYMBOLS , . . 5 REPAIR PARTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 ENGINE REPAIR PARTS . . . . . . . 44 OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 SPANISH ( ESPAI _ IOL ) . . . . . . . . . . 51 MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENT . . 22 PARTS ORDERING / SERVICE . . . 80 | flv / , _ 1 ; | ; r , _ 1 _ i ik'd [ - _ LIMITED TWO - YEAR WARRANTY ON CRAFTSMAN SNOW THROWER For two years from the date of purchase , when this Craftsman Snow thrower is maintained , lubricated , 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 Snow thrower is used for commercial or renta ! purposes , this warranty ap - plies for only 90 days from the date of purchase . This warranty does not cover the following : Items which become worn during normal use , such as spark plugs , drive belts and shear pins . Repair necessary because of operator abuse or negligence , including bent crankshafts 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 SNOW THROWERTO 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 legal rights , and you may also have other rights which may vary from state to state . Sears , Roebuck and Co . , D817WA , Roffman Estates . IL 60179 IT MEANS - - ATTENTION ! ! ! BECOME ALERT ! ! ! YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED . _ IL OOK FOR THIS SYMBOL TO POINT OUT IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS . nect the spark plug nwire - _ lb WARNING : Always disco and place it where it cannot make contact with spark plug to Engine Exhaust , some of its constituents , and prevent accidental starting during : certain vehicle components contain or emit Preparation , Maintenance , or Stor - chemicals known to the State of California to age of your snow thrower . cause cancer and birth defects or other repro - ductive harm . IMPORTANT : Safety standards re - Battery posts , terminals and related accessories quire operator presence controls to contain lead and lead compounds , chemicals minimize the risk of injury . Your snow known to the State of California to cause cancer thrower is equipped with such controls . and birth defects or other reproductive harm . Do not attempt to defeat the function of WASH HANDS AFTER HANDLING . the operator presence control under any circumstances . 1741478 2
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ground , away from vehicle , before fill - capable of amputating hands ing . , _ WARNING : This snow thrower is . and feet and throwing objects h . When practical , remove gas - powered Failure to observe the following safety in - equipment from the truck or trailer and structions could result in serious injury . refuel it on the ground . If this is not pos - sible , then refuel such equipment on a trailer with a portable container , rather than from a gasoline dispenser nozzle . TRAINING i . Keep the nozzle in contact with the rim 1 . Read this operating and service instruction of the fuel tank container opening at all manual carefully . Be thoroughly familiar times , until refueling is complete . Do with the controls and the proper use of the not use a nozzle lock - open device . snow thrower . Know how to stop the snow j . If fuet is spilled on clothing , change thrower and disengage the controls quick - clothing immediately . ly . 5 . For all snow throwers with electric starting 2 . Never allow children to operate the snow motors use electric starting extension thrower . Never allow adults to operate the cords certified CSA / UL Use onty with a re - snow thrower without proper instruction . ceptacle that has been installed in accord - 3 . Keep the area of operation clear of alt per - ance with local inspection authorities . sons , particularly smalt children and pets . 6 . Let engine ( motor ) and snow thrower ad - 4 . Exercise caution to avoid slipping or falling just to outdoor temperatures before starting especially when operating in reverse . to clear snow . 7 . Always wear safety glasses or eye shields during operation or while performing an ad - PREPARATION justment or repair to protect eyes from Thoroughly inspect the area where the foreign objects that may be thrown from the snow thrower is to be used and remove all snow thrower . doormats , sleds , boards , wires , and other foreign objects . OPERATION 2 , Disengage all clutches before starting the 1 . Do not operate this snow thrower if you are engine ( motor ) . taking drugs or other medication which can 3 . Do not operate the snow thrower without cause drowsiness or affect your ability to wearing adequate winter outer garments . operate this snow thrower . Wear footwear that will improve footing on 2 . Do not use the snow thrower if you are slippery surfaces . Avoid loose fitting cloth - mentally or physically unable to operate the ing that can get caught in moving parts . snow thrower safely . Handle fueI with care ; it is highly flam - 3 . Do not put hands or feet near or under ro - mable . tating parts . Keep clear of the discharge a . Use an approved fuel container . opening at all times . b . Never remove fuel tank cap or add fuel 4 . Exercise extreme caution when operating to a running engine ( motor ) or hot en - on or crossing gravel drives , walks or gine ( motor ) . roads . Stay alert for hidden hazards or traffic . c . Fill fuet tank outdoors with extreme care . Never fitl fuel tank indoors . 5 . After striking a foreign object , stop the en - gine ( motor ) , remove the wire from the d . Replace fuel cap securely and wipe up spark plug , thoroughly inspect snow spilled fuel . thrower for any damage , and repair the e . Never store fuet or snow thrower with damage before restarting and operating fuel in the tank inside of a building the snow thrower . where fumes may reach an open flame 6 . If the snow thrower should start to vibrate or spark . abnormally , stop the engine ( motor ) and f . Check fuel supply before each use , a ! - check immediately for the cause . Vibration lowing space for expansion as the heat is generally a warning of trouble . of the engine ( motor ) and / or sun can 7 . Stop the engine ( motor ) whenever you cause fuel to expand . leave the operating position , before un - g . Never fill containers inside a vehicle or clogging the auger / impeller housing or dis - on a truck or trailer bed with a plastic charge chute and when making any liner . Always place containers on the repairs , adjustments , or inspections . 3 1741478
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_ " _ " _ ' _ o _ l _ . . - _ IMPORTANT : Many of the following symbols are located on your snow thrower or on litera - ture supplied with the product . Before you operate the snow thrower , learn and understand the purpose for each symbol . CONTROL AND OPERATING SYMBOLS Slow Fast Electric Start Engine Start Engine Run @ 0 I I - I N Engine Off Engine Stop On Choke Off Choke On Neutral ® ® Throttle Primer Button Ignition Key Ignition Off Ignition On VVV Drive Clutch Forward Reverse Auger Clutch Auger Collector Engage Push To Engage Fuel Oil Fuel Oil Mixture Electric Starter w d - # Discharge DOWN Discharge UP Discharge LEFT Discharge RIGHT Weight Transfer Weight Transfer Transmission Ignition Key Lift Handle To Depress Pedal Insert To Run , Engage To Disengage Pull Out To Stop . 1741478
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Safety Warning Symbols A A DANGER DANGER WARNING Thrown Objects . Thrown Objects . Keep Bystanders Away . Keep Bystanders Away . IMPORTANT DANGER Read Owner's Manual Avoid Injury From DANGER Before Operating Rotating Auger . Keep Blockages must be cleared This Machine . Hands , Feet And only after shutting off the Clothing Away . snow thrower and only with a clean - out tool , not by hand . WARNING STOP Hot Surface 1741478 6
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Contents of Parts Bag 1 - Owner's Manual ( not shown ) J _ 1 - Container 5W30 oi ! 1 - Electric Starter Cord ( not shown ) 1 - Fuel Stabilizer ( not shown ) HOW TO REMOVE FROM THE _ lb saAfeRtNy INgGla : ssAeslwaoyrseyweesahrields CARTON while assembling snow 1 . Locate and remove container of thrower . Craftsman 5W30 oil . 2 . Locate all parts packed separately and remove from the carton , 3 . Remove and discard the packing TOOLS REQUIRED material from around the snow thrower . 1 - Knife to cut carton 4 . Cut down all four corners of the car - ton and lay the panels flat . Figure 1 shows the snow thrower in the 5 . Hold onto the lower handle and pull operating position . the snow thrower off the carton . CAUTION : DO NOT back over References to the right or left hand side cables , of the snow thrower are from the view - point of the operator's position behind 6 . Remove the packing material from the unit . the handle assembly . Auger Drive Lever Auger Drive Cable Crank Assembly Chute Deflector Upper Handle T - Knob Figure 1 1741478 7
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HOW TO ASSEMBLE THE HANDLE Upper Handle Install Upper Handle Cable 1 . Remove the T - knobs and U - bolts from the lower handle ( Figure 2 ) . T - Knob 2 . Put the upper handle in the operat - gure 2 ing position . 3 . Install the U - bolts and tighten the T - knobs . Note : Make sure that the cable is not pinched between the upper and lower handle , Make sure the cable is routed Au ( as shown in Figure 2 . Drive Lever Attach Auger Drive Cable 1 . Attach the auger drive cable to the auger drive lever using the Z - hook ( Figure 3 ) . Figure 3 Adjust The Upper Chute 1 . Remove the T - knob and bolt on the upper chute ( Figure 4 ) . 2 . Rotate the upper chute to the operat - Upper Chute ing position ( past the lower chute stop ) . 3 . Install the bolt and tighten the Lower Chute T - knob . X Add Engine Oil T - Knob 1 . The snow thrower was shipped with a Figure 4 container of 5W30 engine oil . Before operating , add this oil to the engine . 2 . Remove the oil fill cap / dipstick ac - cess panel . 3 . Remove the oil fill cap / dipstick ( Figure 5 ) . Fill to the FULL mark on the oil fill cap / dipstick . Periodically check the oil level . DO NOT OVER FILL . Add Fuel 1 . Fil ! the fuel tank with Oil Fill fresh unleaded fue ! . 2 . To extend the life of the fuel and prevent starting problems , add the Figure 5 NOTE : Oil level must be at FULL mark . fuel stabilizer supplied with the snowthrower . DO NOT OVER FILL . 1741478
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_ " CHECKLIST Before you operate your new snow thrower , to ensure that you receive the best performance and satisfaction from this quality product , please review the following checklist : _ " All assembly instructions have been completed . _ " The discharge chute rotates freely . _ " No remaining loose parts in carton . While learning how to use your snow thrower , pay extra attention to the fol - lowing important items : _ " Make sure engine oil is at proper lev - el . Use a high quality detergent oil classified " For Service SG , SH , S J , SL , or higher " . _ " Make sure the fuel tank is filled prop - erly with clean , fresh , unleaded gaso - line with a minimum of 85 octane . _ " Become familiar with the location of all controls and understand their function . _ " Before starting the engine , make sure all controls operate correctly . 1741478 9
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[ o ) _ J _ P _ o ) _ l KNOW YOUR SNOW THROWER READ THIS OWNER'S MANUAL AND SAFETY RULES BEFORE OPERATING YOUR SNOW THROWER . Compare the illustrations with your SNOW THROWER to familiarize yourself with the location of various controls and adjustments . Save this manual for future reference . Augerever - Drive L Crank Ignitionh Assembly Primer Switc Key Chute Deflector \ stick Access Panel Discharge Chute tChokerol Spark Ptug Con Electric Starter Box Access Panel Button Figure 6 Electric Starter Button - Use to start Auger Drive Lever - Starts and stops the auger . the engine when using the 120V electric starter , Crank Assembly - Changes the direc - Choke Control - Used to start a cold tion of snow throwing through the dis - engine . charge chute , Primer Button - Injects fuel directly into Chute Deflector - Changes the distance the carburetor manifold for fast starts in the snow is thrown . cold weather . Discharge Chute - Changes the direc - Spark Plug Access Panel - Aides in tion the snow is thrown , the removal of the spark plug . Ignition Switch Key - Must be inserted Oil Fill Cap / Dipstick Access Panel - and turned to the ON position to start the Allows access to oil fill cap / dipstick for engine . both filling and checking the engine oil Recoil Starter Handle - Starts the en - Switch Box - Connection for the electric gine manually . start power cord . 1741478 10
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[ o ) _ J _ P _ o ) _ l Manual before operating any snow thrower can result _ i ARNING : Read Owner's _ i ARNING : The operation of machine . Never direct dis - in foreign objects being charge toward bystanders . Stop the thrown into the eyes , which can re - sult in severe eye damage . Always engine before unclogging discharge wear safety glasses or eye shields chute or auger housing and before while operating the snow thrower . leaving the machine . We recommend standard safety glasses or use a wide vision safety TO STOP YOUR mask over your glasses . SNOW THROWER HOW TO MOVE FORWARD 1 . To stop throwing snow , release the 1 . Hold the auger drive lever against auger drive lever . See Figure 6 . the handle ( See Figure 8 ) . The au - NOTE : If the snow thrower contin - ger will begin rotating . ues to slowly move forward , see 2 . To go forward , raise the handle to al - low the rubber auger blades to con - " How To Adjust The Auger Control tact the ground . Maintain a firm hold Cable " in the Service And Adjust - on the handle as the snow thrower ment Section . starts to move forward . Guide the 2 . To stop the engine , move the igni - snow thrower by moving the handle tion switch key to the off position . either left or right . Do not attempt to push the snow thrower . 3 . To stop , release the auger drive le - ver . TO CONTROL SNOW DISCHARGE NOTE : If the auger continues to rotate , 1 . Turn the chute control rod to set the see " How To Adjust The Auger Control direction of the snow throwing . Cable " in the Service and Adjustments 2 . Loosen the wing knob on the chute section . deflector and move the deflector to set the distance . Move the deflector ( Up ) for more distance , ( Down ) for less distance . Then tighten the wing knob ( See Figure 7 ) . Up Winc Augerever Drive L Down Figure 8 BEFORE STARTING THE ENGINE Figure 7 1 . Before you service or start the en - gine , familiarize yourself with the snow thrower . Be sure you under - HOW TO THROW SNOW stand the function and location of all 1 . Engage the auger drive lever . controls . 2 . Be sure that all fasteners are tight . 2 . To stop throwing snow , release the auger drive lever . 3 . Before starting the engine , make sure all controls operate correctly . 1741478
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[ o ) _ J _ P _ o ) _ l To Add Oil 6 . Tighten the fill cap / dipstick securely each time you check the oil level . NOTE : Engine may already contain 7 . Install the oil fill cap / dipstick access some residual oil . Check frequently panel . when filling the crankcase . DO NOT NOTE : Synthetic oil can assist with overfil ! . starting in extreme cold temperatures . The snow thrower was shipped with a Synthetic 5W30 is acceptable for all container of 5W30 motor oil . This oil temperatures . DO NOT mix oil with must be added to the engine before op - gasoline . erating . 1 . Remove oi ! fi ! ! cap / dipstick access panel . 2 . Remove the oil fill cap / dipstick and wipe with a clean cloth . 3 . Insert the oil fill cap / dipstick and turn clockwise to tighten . 4 . Remove the oil fill cap / dipstick and Oil Fill check the oil . 5 . If necessary , add oil until the oil ! i . ' reaches the FULL mark on the oil fill , Figure 9 cap / dipstick ( see Figure 9 ) . Do not NOTE : Oil level must be at FULL mark . add too much oil . To Add Gas formation . This engine is certified to operate on Never use engine or carburetor cleaner gasoline . Exhaust Emission Control System : EM ( Engine Modifications ) . products in the fuel tank or permanent damage may occur . fuels ( called gaeohol or A ARNING : Alcohol blended Fill the fuel tank only with a fresh , those using ethanol or clean , unleaded regular , unleaded methanol ) can attract moisture premium , or reformulated automo - which leads to separation and tive gasoline with a minimum of 85 formation of acids during storage . octane . DO NOT use leaded gaso - Acidic gas can damage the fuel sys - line . We recommend that you add tem of an engine while in storage . fuel stabilizer to the gasoline . Use the fuel stabilizer supplied with the NOTE : To avoid engine problems , the unit or purchase Craftsman Fuel fuel system must be emptied before Stabilizer No . 3550 . Make sure that storage for 30 days or longer . Start the the container you pour the gasoline engine and let it run until the fuel lines from is clean and free from rust or and carburetor are empty . Use fresh other foreign particles . Never use fuel next season . See the Storage gasoline that may be stale from long section in this manual for additional in - periods of storage in the container . 1741478 12
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[ o ) _ J _ P _ o ) _ l • Never fill the tank completely . Fill mable . Always use caution the tank to approximately 1 - 1 / 2 " , _ WARNING : Gasoline is flam - when handling or storing below the top of the tank opening gasoline . to provide space for expansion of fuel . • Turn engine off and let engine cool at least two minutes before • Always fill fuel tank outdoors and use a funnel or spout to prevent removing the gas cap . • Do not fill fuel tank while snow spilling . • Make sure to wipe up any spilled thrower is running , when it is hot , or when snow thrower is in an en - fuel before stating the engine . closed area . • Store gasoline in a clean , ap - • Keep away from open flame or an proved container and keep the cap in place on the container . electrical spark and do not smoke while filling the fuel tank . electric starter and recoil starter . Be - HOW TO STOP ENGINE fore starting the engine , be certain that CAUTION : To stop the engine , do not you have read the following information . move the choke control to CHOKE position . Backfire or engine damage If engine floods , set the choke to the can occur . OPEN / RUN position and crank until the engine starts . 1 . Turn the key to the OFF position . of the starter cord ( kick - , _ WARNING : Rapid retractionor back ) will pull your hand arm toward the engine faster than you can let go of the starter cord . Broken bones , fractures , bruises , or ' f sprains could result . • When starting the engine , slow - ly pull the starter cord until re - sistance is felt . Then , rapidly _ . T Key pull the starter cord . Figure 10 • Before starting the engine , re - move all external equipment / en - gine loads . HOW TO START THE ENGINE • Make sure components ; such as Be sure that the engine oil is at FULL impellors , pulleys or sprockets , mark on dipstick . The snow thrower are securely attached . engine is equipped with a 120 volt A . C . 1741478 13
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[ o ) _ J _ P _ o ) _ l If your system is grounded and a equipped with a three - wire three - hole receptacle is not avail - _ lb ARNING : The starter ni8d power cord and plug a i8 able at the point your starter will designed to operate on 120 volt AC normally be used , one should be household current . It must be prop - installed by a licensed electrician . erly grounded at all times to avoid When connecting 120 volt AC the possibility of electrical shock " Power Cord " , always connect the which may be injurious to operator . cord to the Switch Box on the en - gine first , then plug the other end • Follow all instructions carefully as set forth in the " To Start En - into the three - hole grounded re - ceptacle . When disconnecting gine " section . " Power Cord " , always unplug the • Determine that your house wiring end in the three - hole grounded re - i8 a three - wire grounded system . ceptacle first . Ask a licensed electrician if you are not sure . If your house wire system is not a three - wire system , do not use this electric starter un - der any conditions . How To Start A Cold Engine 1 . Make sure auger drive lever is in ( Electric Start ) Turn the key to the the disengaged ( RELEASED ) posi - START position ( see Figure 13 ) . To tion . prolong the life of the starter , do not crank for more than 5 seconds at a 2 . Move the choke control to the time . Wait one minute between START position ( see Figure 11 ) . starts to allow the starter motor to cool . Control Choke Figure 11 3 . ( Electric Start ) Plug the power cord into the starter motor on the en - gine . Plug the other end of power cord into a three - hole , grounded 120 VOLT , AC receptacle . 4 . Push the primer button two times . Remove finger from primer button OPu _ o _ , . _ Key ! between pushes ( see Figure 12 ) . Figure t3 ( Recoil Start ) Turn the key to the Primer ON position ( see Figure 13 ) . Slowly Button " pull the recoil starter handle until resistance is felt and then pull tepid - ly to start the engine ( see Figure 12 Figure 14 ) . Do not allow the recoil 1741478 14
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[ o ) _ J _ P _ o ) _ l Pull starter handle rapidly . starter handle to snap back . Slowly return the recoil starter handle . 7 . If the engine does not start in 5 or 6 tries , See Difficult Starting in the " Troubleshooting Table " . 8 . Allow the engine to warm up for several minutes . As the engine warms up , adjust the choke knob Figure 14 toward the RUN position . Wait until the engine runs smoothly before How To Start A Warm Engine each choke adjustment . if restarting a warm engine after a short 9 . ( Electric Start ) First disconnect shutdown , leave choke at " OFF " and do power cord from receptacle . Then , not push the primer button . If the en - disconnect the power cord from the gine fails to start , fol ! ow the Cold Start starter motor . instructions . Frozen Starter If the starter is frozen and will not turn gine indoors or in enclosed , , _ WARNING : Never run en - poorly ventilated areas . En - the engine , follow the steps below . gine exhaust contains CARBON 1 . Pull as much starter rope as pos - MONOXIDE , AN ODORLESS AND sible out of the starter . DEADLY GAS . Keep hands , feet , 2 . Release the starter handle and let it hair and loose clothing away from snap back against the starter . Re - any moving parts on engine and peat until the engine starts . snow thrower . Warm engines will cause condensation in cold weather . To prevent possible • Engine parts , especially the muf - freeze - up of recoil starter and engine fler , become extremely hot . Se - controls , proceed as follows after each vere thermal burns can occur on snow removal job . contact . Allow the engine to cool 1 . With engine off , allow engine to cool before touching . for several minutes . • Never allow children to operate 2 . Pull starter rope very slowly until re - the snow thrower . Never allow sistance is felt , then stop . Allow the adults to operate the snow throw - starter rope to recoil . Repeat three er without proper instruction . times . • Keep the area of operation clear 3 . With the engine not running , wipe all of all persons , particularly small snow and moisture from the carbu - children and pets . retor cover in area of controls and • Never leave the snowthrower un - levers . Also , move the choke control and starter handle several times . attended while the engine is run - ning . Anyone operating the en - gine or equipment must carefully read and understand the operat - ing instructions . 1741478 15
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[ o ) _ J _ P _ o ) _ l Use a clean - out tool to remove snow HOW TO CLEAR A CLOGGED DISCHARGE CHUTE from the auger housing . • Release the auger drive lever . with the rotating impeller in - WARNING : Hand contact • Pull out the key . side the discharge chute is the most common cause of injury as - • Disconnect spark plug wire . sociated with snow throwers . Never • Do not place your hands in the au - use your hand to clean out the dis - ger or discharge chute . Use a charge chute . clean - out tool to remove snow or To Clear The Chute : debris . • SHUT OFF THE ENGINE ! • Wait 10 seconds to be sure that the be cleared only after shut - _ lb ARNING : Blockage must impeller blades have stopped ro - ting off the snow thrower tating . and only with a clean - out tool , not • Always use a clean - out tool , not by hand . your hands . SNOW THROWING TIPS less likely to blow into unwanted areas . 1 . When the handle is raised , the au - 8 . For safety and to prevent damage ger blades will engage the ground and the snow thrower will move for - to the snow thrower , keep the area to be cleared free of stones , toys ward . When the auger drive lever is and other foreign objects . released , the auger blades will stop . if the blades do not stop , see " How 9 . When clearing snow from crushed To Adjust The Auger Drive Cable " in rock or gravel driveways , do not al - the Service And Adjustment section . low the auger blades to contact the 2 . Most efficient snow throwing is ac - driveway . Move the handle down to complished when the snow is re - slightly raise the auger blades . moved immediately after if fails . 10 . The forward speed of the snow 3 . Let the engine ( motor ) and the snow thrower is dependent on the depth thrower adjust to outdoor tempera - and weight of the snow . Experience will establish the most effective ture before starting to clear snow . method of using the snow thrower 4 . For complete snow removal , slightly under different conditions . overlap each previous path . 11 . After each snow throwing job , allow 5 . Whenever possible , discharge the snow down wind . the engine to run for a few minutes . The snow and accumulated ice wil ! 6 . The distance the snow will be dis - melt off the engine . charged can be adjusted by moving 12 . Clean the snow thrower after each the discharge chute deflector . Raise the deflector for more distance or use . lower the deflector for less distance . 13 . Remove ice , snow and debris from the entire snow thrower . Flush with 7 . In windy conditions , lower the chute water to remove all salt or other deflector to direct the discharged snow close to the ground where it is chemicals . Wipe snow thrower dry . 1741478 16
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[ o ) _ J _ P _ o ) _ l DRY AND AVERAGE SNOW to slow down or the discharge chute be - gins to clog , back off and begin a series 1 . Snow up to eight inches deep can of short back and forth jabs into the be removed rapidly and easily by snow . These short back and forth jabs , walking at a moderate rate . For four to six inches , will " belch " the snow snow or drifts of a greater depth , from the chute . slow your pace to allow the dis - charge chute to dispose of the snow as rapidly as the auger receives the snow . SNOW BANKS AND DRIFTS 2 . Plan to have the snow discharged in In snow of greater depth than the unit , the direction the wind is blowing . use the same " jabbing " technique de - scribed above . Turn the discharge WET PACKED SNOW chute away from the snow bank . More Move slowly into wet , packed snow . If time will be required to remove snow of the wet , packed snow causes the auger this type than level snow . 1741478 17
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CUSTOMER RESPONSIBILITIES SERVICERECORDS Fill in dates asyou Before Every Every Every Every0 completeregular Each 8 25 50 10 Each Before service , Use Often Hours Hours Hours Hours Season Storage Check Engine Oil Leve _ • ' " I I I I Change Engine OiI _ / Tighten All Screws and Nuts Check and Clean Spark Plug _ / Clean and Inspect Spark Arrestor _ / Check Fuel _ / CheckAdjustmeonft I I I } I I I I Auger Centre Cab e Y GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS • To prevent freezing of the auger or controls , remove all snow and slush The warranty on this snow thrower does from the snow thrower . not cover items that have been sub - jected to operator abuse or negligence . • Check for any loose or damaged To receive full value from the warranty , parts . the operator must maintain the snow • Tighten any loose fasteners . thrower as instructed in this manual . • Check and maintain the auger . EMISSIONS CONTROL • Check controls to make sure they Maintenance , replacement , or repair of are functioning properly . the emission control devices and sys - • If any parts are worn or damaged , tems can be performed by any non - road replace immediately . engine repair establishment or individu - LUBRICATION BEFORE STORAGE al . However to obtain a " no - charge " emissions control service , the work must be done by a factory authorized dealer . See the Emissions Warranty . flywheel with a hammer or a _ WARNING : Do not strike ythe - hard object . If done , the fl wheel can shatter during operation . Do not tamper with the governor spring , links or other parts to in - crease engine speed . AFTER EACH USE control flang , flange with a clinging type " _ • Run the machine to clear the auger grease such as Lubriptate . _ Figure 15 of snow . 1741478 18
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ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS Procedure ) , and rating performance has been obtained and corrected in GROSS TORQUE 5.25 ft - lbs accordance with SAE J1995 ( Revision 2002 - 05 ) . Torque values are derived at DISPLACEMENT 148 cc 3060 RPM ; horsepower values are derived at 3600 RPM . Actual gross BORE 65mm ( 2.562 in . ) engine power will be lower and is affected by , among other things , STROKE 45mm ( 1.750 in . ) ambient operating conditions and GASOLINE 2 quarts ( 85 octane engine - to - engine variability . Given both CAPACITY leaded ) the wide array of products on which engines are placed and the variety of OIL CAPACITY 5W30 environmental issues applicable to ( 16 oz capacity ) operating the equipment , the gas SPARK PLUG : Champion RJ19LM engine will not develop the rated gross ( Gap . 030 in . ) or power when used in a given piece of equivalent power equipment ( actual " on - site " or VALVE Intake : 0.005 - 0.007 in . net power ) . This difference is due to a CLEARANCE : Exhaust : 0.007 - 0.009 in . variety of factors including , but not limited to , accessories ( air cleaner , ARMATURE exhaust , charging , cooling , carburetor , AIR GAP : 0.006 - 0.010 in . fuel pump , etc . ) , application limitations , ambient operating conditions ( tempera - POWER RATINGS ture , humidity , altitude ) , and engine - to - The gross power rating for individual engine variability . Due to manufacturing gas engine models is labeled in and capacity limitations , Briggs & accordance with SAE ( Society of Stratton may substitute an engine of Automotive Engineers ) code J1940 higher rated power for this Series ( Small Engine Power & Torque Rating engine . SNOW THROWER ENGINE LUBRICATION Check the crankcase oil level before starting the engine and after each eight ( 8 ) hours of continuous use . See Oil Fill Figure 16 . Add S . A . E . 5W30 motor oil as needed . Synthetic 5W30 is accept - ! i . ' able for all temperatures . Tighten fill , Figure 16 cap / dipstick securely each time you NOTE : Oi ! level must be at FULL mark . check the oil level . 1741478 19
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Change the oi ! every fifty ( 50 ) hours or " To Add Oil " in the Operation Sec - tion . at least once a year if the snow thrower is not used for fifty ( 50 ) hours . TO CHANGE ENGINE OIL 1 . Position the snow thrower so that the oil drain plug is at the lowest point on the engine . 2 . When the engine is warm , remove the oil drain plug ( see Figure 17 ) and the oil fill cap / dipstick ( see Figure 16 ) . Drain the oil into a suit - able container . 3 . After draining all the oil , reinstall the oil drain plug securely . 4 . Fill the engine crankcase with the recommended motor oil , pouring slowly . DO NOT OVERFILL . See TO ADJUST OR REPLACE THE SPARK PLUG Check the spark plug every 25 hours . 8 . install the spark plug in the cylinder head and firmly tighten . Replace the 8park plug ifthe elec - trodes are pitted or burned , if the porce - Access Door lain is cracked , or every 100 hours of use . The spark plug is housed in the engine compartment under the top cover and cannot be seen under normal condi - tions . 1 . Open the spark plug acce88 door on the control panel ( Figure 18 ) . 2 . The spark plug and wire are now visible . 3 . Remove the spark plug wire . Figure 18 4 . Clean the area around the spark plug base to prevent dirt from enter - Feeler Gauge ing the engine when the spark plug 0.030 " is removed . 5 . Remove the spark plug . 6 . Check the spark plug . If the spark plug is cracked , fouled or dirty , it must be replaced . 7 . Set the gap between the electrodes Spark Plug of the new spark plug at 0.030 inch Figure 19 ( Figure 19 ) . 1741478 2O
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dental starting when making _ ARNING : To prevent acci - any adjustments or repairs , always disconnect the spark plug wire and place it where it cannot make contact with the spark plug . ADJUST AUGER CONTROL CABLE The auger control cable is adjusted at the 7 . install the " Z " hook to the auger factory . During normal use , the auger drive lever ( Figure 20 ) . control cable can become stretched and 8 . To check the adjustment , start the the auger drive lever wil ! not properly en - snow thrower . Make sure the auger gage or disengage the auger . does not rotate when the auger drive lever is released . Engage the 1 . Remove the " Z " hook from the au - auger drive lever and make sure ger drive lever ( Figure 20 ) . auger rotates , if the auger does not 2 . Slide the cable boot , if equipped , rotate , repeat this " Adjust Auger up the auger control cable until the Control Cable " procedure . cable boot does not cover any por - tion of the cable adjustment brack - et ( Figure 21 ) . 3 . Pull the auger control cable through the eyehole in the cable adjustment bracket as shown by Augere the arrow in Figure 21 . This will Driv create enough slack to allow the Lever " Z " hook to be easily removed . Z - Hook Figure 20 4 . install the " Z " hook into the next available adjustment hole in the cable adjustment bracket . This is the adjustment hole located one notch down from where the " Z " hook was previously attached . 5 . Pull the auger control cable back Auger Control Cable through the eyehole of the cable adjustment bracket until all the Cable slack is taken out of the auger con - Boot trol cable . 6 . Slide the cable boot back down Z - Hook over the cable adjustment brack - Cable Adjust - ment Bracket et , Figure 21 1741478 21
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[ . , , . " _ o , , _ V _ ZI IB ] P ' _ " _ HOW TO REMOVE THE TOP COVER 8 . To install the top cover , reverse the above steps . 1 . Remove the discharge chute . See " How To Remove The Discharge HOW TO REMOVE THE BELT COVER Chute " . 1 . Remove the bolts ( E ) and nuts that 2 . Remove the fuel cap . hold the belt cover to the auger 3 . Remove the two bolts ( A ) and nuts housing . from the front of the top cover . 2 . If the top cover has not been re - 4 . Remove the two bolts ( B ) and nuts moved , then remove the screws from the left and right side of the ( C ) that attach the belt cover to the top cover . top cover . 5 . Remove the eight screws ( C ) on 3 . Remove screw ( F ) that holds the belt cover to the bottom cover . the left and right side of the top cover , 4 . To remove , hold the bottom portion 6 . Remove the five screws ( D ) from of the belt cover and pull down and the top portion of the control panel . out . 5 . To install the belt cover , reverse the 7 . Carefully pull the rear of the top cover up and over the gas tank . above steps . Top / / \ \ C \ BeltCover F Figure 22 1741478 22
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HOWTO REPLACE THE DRIVE BELT The drive belt is of special construction and must be replaced with original fac - tory replacement belt available from your nearest Sears service center . 1 . Remove the belt cover . See " How To Remove The Belt Cover " . Belt Guide 2 . Remove the drive belt from the idler pulley ( Figure 23 ) . Brake Roller 3 . Move the belt guide away from the belt . 4 . To reduce pressure on the drive belt , move the idler pulley away Drive Belt from the belt . Remove the drive Figure 23 belt from between the brake pad and the brake roller . 5 . Remove the old drive belt . Idler Pulley Engine Pulley 6 . To install the new drive belt , re - verse the above steps . 7 . Make sure the drive belt is seated properly on the pulleys . 8 . Set the belt guide to 3 / 32 " clearance as shown in Figure 24 . NOTE : When the auger control lever is engaged , the belt guide must be 3 / 32 " from the drive belt . 3 / 32 inch Guide 9 . Install belt cover . See " How To Re - Figure 24 move The Belt Cover " . HOW TO REMOVE THE AUGER 7 . Tip the auger enough to allow the 1 . Remove the belt cover . See " How auger to slide out of the auger To Remove The Belt Cover " . housing . 2 . Remove the drive belt . See " How To 8 . To install auger , reverse the above Replace The Drive Belt " . steps . 3 . Remove the auger pulley ( 1 ) from the auger shaft ( threads are left hand ; turn clockwise to remove ) . 4 . To keep the auger from rotating , set a 2 " x4 " piece of wood on the center - _ . . , _ _ , _ , _ { ] ( t . , _ < _ . Auger paddle to secure auger . A Pulley 5 . Remove the two nuts ( A ) that secu - re the bearing assembly . Remove the bearing assembly from the au - ger housing , mousing Bearing _ , _ ) _ y 6 . Slide the auger toward the left and Assemlby _ , _ out of the bearing assembly on the Figure 25 right side of the snow thrower . 1741478 23
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Chute HOW TO REMOVE THE CHUTE \ 1 . Remove the fasteners that secure the chute to the top cover • 2 . Remove the chute . Top Cover Figure 26 HOW TO ADJUST THE BRAKE PAD IMPORTANT : An adjustment is only 3 . Tie the auger drive lever to the han - necessary if the brake pad has become dle • This will engage the drive sys - tem . loose or has been removed • To adjust , proceed as follows : 4 . Loosen the screw and nut on the brake pad arm ( Figure 27 ) . 1 . Remove the top cover • See " How To 5 . Set the clearance between the Remove The Top Cover " . brake pad and the drive belt to 1 / 8 inch . 2 . Remove the belt cover • See " How 6 . Tighten the screw and nut on the To Remove The Belt Cover " . brake pad arm . Brake Pad • : : : " Belt Guide Brake Roller Drive Belt Figure 27 1741478 24
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[ , . ' _ : j ] # _ . eT = l 1 . Run the engine until the fuel tank is snow thrower with gasoline empty and the engine stops . , _ WARNING : Never store your in the fuel tank indoors or in 2 . If you do not remove the gasoline , an enclosed , poorly ventilated area . use fuel stabilizer supplied with unit If gasoline remains in the tank , or purchase Craftsman Fuel Stabi - fumes may reach an open flame , lizer No . 3550 . Add fue ! stabilizer to spark or pilot light from a furnace , any gasoline left in the tank to mini - water heater , clothes dryer , ciga - mize gum deposits and acids . If the rette , etc . fuel tank is almost empty , mix stabi - lizer with fresh gasoline in a sepa - To prevent damage ( if snow thrower is rate container and add some to the not used for more than 30 days ) follow fuel tank . the steps below . 3 . Always follow the instructions on the SNOW THROWER stabilizer container . After the stabi - 1 . Thoroughly clean the snow thrower . lizer is added to the fuel tank , run 2 . Lubricate all lubrication points . See the engine at least ten minutes to the Maintenance section . allow the mixture to reach the car - 3 . Be sure that all nuts , bolts and buretor . screws are securely fastened . In - 4 . Change the engine oil . spect all visible moving parts for 5 . Remove the spark plug and pour damage , breakage and wear . Re - place if necessary . about 15 ml ( 1 / 2 oz ) of engine oil into the cylinder . Replace the spark 4 . Touch up all rusted or chipped paint plug and crank slowly to distribute surfaces ; sand lightly before paint - the oil . ing . 6 . Store in a clean and dry area , but 5 . Cover the bare metal parts of the NOT near a stove , furnace or water blower housing auger and the im - heater which uses a pilot light or peller with rust preventative , such any device that can create a spark . as a spray lubricant . NOTE : A yearly checkup or tune - up by OTHER a Sears service center is a good way of ensuring that your snow thrower will 1 . If possible , store your snow thrower provide maximum performance for the indoors and cover it to give protec - next season . tion from dust and dirt . ENGINE 2 . If the snow thrower must be stored Gasoline must be removed or treated to outdoors , put the snow thrower on prevent gum deposits from forming in blocks to raise it off of the ground . the fuel tank , filter , hose , and carburetor 3 . Cover the snow thrower with a suit - during storage . Also , during storage al - able protective cover that does not cohol blended gasoline that uses etha - retain moisture . Do not use plastic . nol or methanol ( sometimes called gasohol ) attracts water . It acts on the IMPORTANT : Never cover snow gasoline to form acids which damage thrower while engine and exhaust areas are still warm . the engine . 1741478 25
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h _ o _ _ oIo _ TROUBLE CAUSE CORRECTION Difficult starting Defective spark plug . Replace spark plug . Drain and clean the fuet tank . Water or dirt in fuet system . Refill with fresh fuel mixture . Engine runs erratically Blocked fuet line , empty gas Clean fuel line ; check fueI tank , or stale fuet mixture . supply ; add fresh fuel mixture . Engine stalls Unit running on CHOKE . Set choke lever to run or off position . Engine runs erratically ; Water or dirt in fuet system . Drain and clean the fuet tank . Loss of power Refill with fresh fueI mixture . Excessive vibration Damaged auger assembly Repair or replace the auger assembly . Loose parts . Damaged Immediately stop engine . impeller . Remove ignition key . Tighten all fasteners and make all necessary repairs . If vibration continues , take the unit to a Sears service center . Unit fails to propel itself Drive belt loose or damaged . Replace drive belt . Incorrect adjustment of auger Adjust auger drive cable . drive cable Unit fails to discharge Auger drive belt loose or Adjust auger drive belt ; snow damaged , replace if damaged . Auger control cable not Adjust auger control cable . adjusted correctly . Discharge chute clogged . Stop engine immediately and disconnect spark plug wire . Clean discharge chute and inside of auger housing . Foreign object lodged in Stop engine immediately and auger disconnect spark plug wire . Remove object from auger . 1741478 26
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( This page applicable in the U . S . A . and Canada only . ) Sears , Roebuck and Co . , U . S . A . ( Sears ) , the California Air Resources Board ( CARB ) and the United States Environmental Protection Agency ( U . S . EPA ) Emission Control System Warranty Statement ( Owner's Defect Warranty Rights and Obligations ) The California Air Resources Board time listed below , provided there has been ( CARB ) , U . S . EPA and Sears are pleased no abuse , neglect or improper to explain the Emission Control System maintenance of your small off - road engine . Warranty on your small off - road engine Your emission control system includes ( SORE ) . In California , new small off - road parts such as the carburetor , air cleaner , engines model year 2006 and later must ignition system , fuel line , muffler and be designed , built and equipped to meet catalytic converter . Also included may be the State's stringent anti - smog standards . connectors and other emission related Elsewhere in the United States , new assemblies . non - road , spark - ignition engines certified Where a warrantable condition exists , for model year 1997 and later must meet Sears will repair your small off - road similar standards set forth by the U . S . EPA . engine at no cost to you including Sears must warrant the emission control diagnosis , parts and labor . system on your engine for the periods of Sears , Roebuck and Co . Emission Control Defects Warranty Coverage Small off - road engines are warranted provisions set forth below . If any covered relative to emission control parts defects part on your engine is defective , the part for a period of two years , subject to wil ! be repaired or replaced by Sears . Owner's Warranty Responsibilities As the small off - road engine owner , you unapproved modifications . are responsible for the performance of You are responsible for presenting your the required maintenance listed in your small off - road engine to an Authorized Sears Service Dealer as soon as a Operating and Maintenance Instructions . Sears recommends that you retain all problem exists . your receipts covering maintenance on The undisputed warranty repairs should your small off - road engine , but Sears be completed in a reasonable amount of cannot deny warranty solely for the lack time , not to exceed 30 days . of receipts or for your failure to ensure the If you have any questions regarding your performance of all scheduled warranty rights and responsibilities , you maintenance . should contact a Sears Service Representative at 1 - 800 - 469 - 4663 . As the small off - road engine owner , you should however be aware that Sears may The emission warranty is a defects deny you warranty coverage if your small warranty . Defects are judged on normal off - road engine or a part has failed due to engine performance . The warranty is not related to an in - use emission test . abuse , neglect , improper maintenance or 1741478 27
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Sears , Roebuck and Co . Emission Control Defects Warranty Provisions The following are specific provisions relative to your Emission Control Defects Warranty Coverage . It is in addition to the Sears engine warranty for non - regulated engines found in the Operating and Maintenance Instructions . 1 . Warranted Parts mination that a Warranted Part is defective , if the diagnostic work is Coverage under this warranty ex - performed at an Authorized Searsr - tends only to the parts listed below Service Dealer . For emissions wa ( the emission control systems parts ) ranty service contact your nearest to the extent these parts were pres - Authorized Sears Service Dealer as ent on the engine purchased . listed in the " Yellow Pages " under a . Fuel Metering System " Engines , Gasoline , " " Gasoline En - • Cold start enrichment system gines , " " Lawn Mowers , " or similar • Carburetor and internal parts category . • Fuel Pump Claims and Coverage Exclusions • Fuel line , fuel line fittings , 4 . clamps Warranty claims shall be filed in ac - • Fuel tank , cap and tether cordance with the provisions of the Sears Engine Warranty Policy . War - • Carbon canister ranty coverage shall be excluded fore failures of Warranted Parts which ar b . Air Induction System not original Sears parts or because of • Air cleaner abuse , neglect or improper mainte - • Intake manifold nance as set forth in the Sears En - gine Warranty Policy . Sears is not • Purge and vent line liable to cover failures of Warranted c . Ignition System Parts caused by the use of add - on , • Spark plug ( s ) non - original , or modified parts . • Magneto ignition system Maintenance d . Catalyst System 5 . • Catalytic converter Any Warranted Part which is not • Exhaust manifold scheduled for replacement as re - quired maintenance or which is • Air injection system , Pulse valve scheduled only for regular inspection to the effect of " repair or replace as e . Miscellaneous Items necessary " shall be warranted as to • Vacuum , temperature , posi - defects for the warranty period . Any tion , time sensitive valves and Warranted Part which is scheduled for switches replacement as required mainte - • Connectors and assemblies nance shall be warranted as to de - fects only for the period of time up to Length of Coverage the first scheduled replacement for Sears warrants to the initial owner that part . Any replacement part that is and each subsequent purchaser that equivalent in performance and dura - the Warranted Parts shall be free from bility may be used in the performance defects in materials and workmanship of any maintenance or repairs . The which caused the failure of the War - owner is responsible for the perfor - ranted Parts for a period of two years mance of all required maintenance , from the date the engine is delivered as defined in the Sears Operating and Maintenance Instructions . to a retail purchaser . 3 . No Charge 6 . Consequential Coverage Repair or replacement of any War - Coverage hereunder shall extend to ranted Part will be performed at no the failure of any engine components charge to the owner , including diag - caused by the failure of any War - nostic labor which leads to the deter - ranted Part still under warranty . 1741478 28
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Look For Relevant Emissions Durability Period and Air Index Information On Your Engine Emission Label Engines that are certified to meet the California Air Resources Board ( CARB ) Tier 2 Emission Standards must display information regarding the Emissions Durability Pe - riod and the Air Index . Sears , Roebuck and Co . , U . S . A . makes this information avail - able to the consumer on our emission labels . The engine emission label will indicate certification information . The Emissions Durability Period describes the number of hours of actual running time for which the engine is certified to be emissions compliant , assuming proper maintenance in accordance with the Operating & Maintenance Instructions . The fo ! - lowing categories are used : Moderate : Engine is certified to be emission compliant for 125 hours of actual engine running time . Intermediate : Engine is certified to be emission compliant for 250 hours of actual en - gine running time . Extended : Engine is certified to be emission compliant for 500 hours of actual engine running time . For example , a typical walk - behind lawn mower is used 20 to 25 hours per year . Therefore , the Emissions Durability Period of an engine with an intermediate rating would equate to 10 to 12 years . Certain Sears , Roebuck and Co . , U . S . A . engines will be certified to meet the United States Environmental Protection Agency ( USEPA ) Phase 2 emission standards . For Phase 2 certified engines , the Emissions Compliance Period referred to on the Emissions Compliance label indicates the number of operating hours for which the engine has been shown to meet Federal emission requirements . Engines that are certified to meet the California Air Resources Board ( CARB ) Tier 2 Emissions Standard must display information regarding the Emissions Durability Period and the Air Index . Sears , Roebuck and Co . , U . S . A . makes this information available to the consumer on our emissions labels . The engine emissions labe ! will indicate certification information . For engines less than 225 cc displacement . Category C = 125 hours Category B = 250 hours Category A = 500 hours For engines of 225 cc or more displacement . Category C = 250 hours Category B = 500 hours Category A = 1000 hours 1741478 29
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CRAFTSMAN 525 SERIES 22 INCH SNOW THROWER , 536.881510 ENGINE DRIVE ASSEMBLY 1741478 30
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CRAFTSMAN 525 SERIES 22 INCH SNOW THROWER , 536.881510 ENGINE DRIVE ASSEMBLY KEY KEY NO . PART NO . DESCRIPTION NO . PART NO . DESCRIPTION Arm , Idler 1 Engine 20 320077MA ( 09A4130202E1 ) 2 1501849E701MA Cradle Assy , Engine 21 313436MA Rod , Clutch Linkage 3 1501872MA Frame , Left 22 48924MA Pulley , Idler 4 1502027MA Mount , Antivibration 23 1741500 Screw , 3 / 8 - 16Xl . 37 5 1x216MA Bolt 5 / 16 - 18x 0865 24 1501908MA Pulley , Engine 6 6xl 18MA Bolt 5 / 16 - 24xl . 125 25 1501907MA Bolt , Engine Pulley 7 71071MA Washer , Fiat 26 71067MA Washer , Flat 8 71391MA Locknut 5 / 16 - 18 27 180044MA Screw , 1 / 4 - 20 x 2.00 9 334079MA 28 1501010MA Pinch Roller Guide , Belt 10 333594MA Bolt 29 1741499 Spacer , Idler 11 333970MA Pad , Brake 30 590MA Nut , Hex 12 579052MA Screw , 1 / 4 - 20 x . 63 31 37xl 30MA Belt , Drive 13 313444MA Idler , Arm Pivot 32 001x81MA Bolt 5 / 16 - 18Xl . 625 14 313473MA Spring 33 47792MA Screw 3 / 8 - 16Xl . 00 15 73826MA Nut Hex 1 / 4 - 20 34 414106MA Washer , Flat 16 333594MA Bolt 35 71060MA Lockwasher , Split 36 71037MA 17 1501009MA Wire , Brake Nut 5 / 16 - 18 - - 1741478 18 313471MA Spring Book , Instruction 19 121223MA Pin , Cotter 1741478 31
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CRAFTSMAN 525 SERIES 22 INCH SNOW THROWER , 536.881510 FRAME AND FUEL TANK 1 3 1 2 / 20 1 9 21 15 2 \ 6 8 12 18 \ 13 16 / 14 17 16 1741478 32
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CRAFTSMAN 525 SERIES 22 INCH SNOW THROWER , 536.881510 FRAME AND FUEL TANK KEY NO , PART NO . DESCRIPTION 1 302628MA Screw t / 4 - 20 x . 75 2 71067MA Washer 3 1502053E701MA Bracket , FueI Tank 4 1501726MA Cap , Fuel Tank 5 1501875MA Tank , Fuel 6 73826MA Nut , Hex 1 / 4 - 20 7 71391MA Nut , Hex 5 / 16 - 18 8 1502028MA Tubing , Fuel Line 12 " 9 323387MA Clamp , Fuel Line 10 298090S Filter , Fuel Line 11 335906MA Tubing , Fuel Line 12 1501849E701MA Cradle Assy , Engine 13 1501872E701MA Frame , LH 14 48901MA Screw , 5 / 16 - 18 x . 63 15 180044MA Screw , 1 / 4 - 20 x 2.00 16 335351MA Plate , Support 17 1501851MA Support , Frame 18 1501871E701MA Frame , RH 19 180077MA Screw , 5 / 16 - 18 x . 75 20 1501707MA Ring , Foam 21 47345MA Clamp , Screw Type 22 310169MA Screw 1 / 4 - 20 x . 625 1741478 33
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CRAFTSMAN 525 SERIES 22 INCH SNOW THROWER , 536.881510 AUGER HOUSING Ref . Frame and Fuel Tank page Ref . Frame and 4 Fuel Tank page 4 3 2 tl 12 \ 2 8 9 KEY PART NO , KEY PART NO . NO . DESCRIPTION NO . DESCRIPTION 1 710263MA Screw 1 / 4 - 20 x 1.00 8 580251MA Retainer , Bearing 2 73826MA Nut , Hex 1 / 4 - 20 9 43846MA Bearing 3 302628MA Screw , 1 / 4 - 20 x . 75 10 578101MA Sleeve , Spacer 4 71067MA Washer , Fiat 11 334287MA Bearing Retainer 5 1501852MA Housing Assy , Auger 12 333446MA Pulley , Auger Drive V6 6 579052MA Screw , 1 / 4 - 20 x . 63 13 577023MA Bearing , Flange 7 1501981MA Auger Assembly , 22 " 1741478 34
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CRAFTSMAN 525 SERIES 22 INCH SNOW THROWER , 536.881510 ELECTRIC STARTER Ref . Body page KEY PART KEY PART NO . NO . DESCRIPTION NO . NO . DESCRIPTION 1 311633MA Screw , No . 8 - 32x3 . OO 5 - 3 699554 Bolt , Muffler 2 414106MA Washer 5 - 4 71060MA Washer , Split Lock Nut , Hex 5 / 16 - 18 3 271163MA Nut , Keps No . 8 5 - 5 71037MA 4 * Lever , Choke 5 - 6 lx81MA Bolt , Rex 5 / 16 - 18 5 - 1 699565 Muffler 6 6219MA Cable , Starter 5 - 2 691880 Gasket , Muffler * For Replacement Parts , see the Engine manufacturer . 1741478 35
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CRAFTSMAN 525 SERIES 22 INCH SNOW THROWER , 536.881510 HANDLE ASSEMBLY 2 \ 1 8 \ 10 13 / 15 \ / 6 8 12 12 \ 7 Ref . Frame and Fuel Tank page 13 1741478 36
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CRAFTSMAN 525 SERIES 22 INCH SNOW THROWER , 536.881510 HANDLE ASSEMBLY KEY NO , PART NO . DESCRIPTION 1 1502001MA Handle & Grip Assembly 2 1501861E701MA Control , Bail 3 308146MA Boot , Clutch Spring 4 1502042MA Cable , Upper Control 5 313441MA Bracket , Control Adjust 6 313448MA Cable , Lower Control 7 313471MA Spring 8 1501877MA U - Bolt 9 311936MA Washer 10 57171MA Knob , Wing 11 1501860E701MA Handle , Lower 12 73826MA Nut 13 71067MA Washer 14 313674MA Screw , 1 / 4 - 20 xl . 25 15 71037MA Nut , 5 / 16 - 18 1741478 37
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CRAFTSMAN 525 SERIES 22 INCH SNOW THROWER , 536.881510 CHUTE ASSEMBLY 2O _ 11 / 23 Ref . Auger page 32 33 / 34 / 34 34 / 34 1741478 38
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CRAFTSMAN 525 SERIES 22 INCH SNOW THROWER , 536.881510 CHUTE ASSEMBLY KEY KEY NO . PART NO . DESCRIPTION NO . PART NO . DESCRIPTION 1 313685MA Screw 1 / 4 - 14 19 313685MA Screw , 1 / 4 - 14 x . 75 2 1502131MA Retainer , Chute Ring 20 331532MA Nut , Push Knob , Sleeve 3 1502132MA Ring , Chute 21 57082MA Washer 4 340720MA Bolt , Cart 5 / 16 - 18x . 75 22 71072MA 6 1501848MA Neck , Chute 23 1501870MA Crank , Chute 25 1501293MA Pin , Hair 7 1501918MA Chute , 22 " Upper 8 57171 T - Knob 26 1501075MA Yoke Assy , Adapter 9 71071MA Washer 27 579493MA Pin , Cotter 10 019x35MA Lockwasher 28 578060MA Pin , Universal Joint 11 71391MA Locknut 5 / 16 - 18 29 578309MA Pin , Clevis 12 0O2x97MA Bolt , Cart 5 / 16 - 18 30 578063MA Housing , Universal 31 1501873MA Rod , Lower Crank 13 1501910MA Bolt , Upper Chute 14 71072MA Washer 32 302628MA Screw 1 / 4 - 20 x . 75 15 71038MA Nut 33 1501863MA Blade , Scraper 16 1501909MA Chute , Lower 34 15xl 43MA Locknut , Hex 1 / 4 - 20 18 1501067MA Gear , 9 - Tooth 1741478 39
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CRAFTSMAN 525 SERIES 22 INCH SNOW THROWER , 536.881510 TOP COVER 22 23 6 7 24 8 14 1 \ 18 4 26 19 16 20 / 14 19 Ref . Auger Housing page 1741478 40
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CRAFTSMAN 525 SERIES 22 INCH SNOW THROWER , 536.881510 TOP COVER KEY NO , PART NO , DESCRIPTION 1 1501862MA PaneI , Control 2 1741503MA Screw 1 / 4 - 20 x 1.37 3 71067MA Washer 4 73826MA Nut , 1 / 4 - 20 5 1501874MA Bushing , Chute Crank 6 300193MA Nut , 5 / 8 - 32 7 49643MA Keys & Ring , Starter 8 394281B Bulb , Fuet Primer 9 1501878MA Panel , Cover Access 10 271172MA Nut , Keps 1 / 4 - 20 11 335507MA Hose , Primer 9.5 " 12 56992MA Switch , Ignition 13 1501860E701MA Handle , Lower 14 313685MA Screw 1 / 4 - 14 x . 75 15 578109MA J - Nut 1 / 4 - t0 16 1501867MA Cover , Bottom 17 1502026MA Cover , Belt 18 12342MA Screw 10 - 24 x . 5 19 312300MA Locknut , Hex 10 - 24 20 15x143MA Locknut , Hex 1 / 4 - 20 21 579052MA Screw 1 / 4 - 20 x . 63 22 1501866MA Cover , Top 23 691915 Knob , Standard Recoi ! 24 313683MA Washer 25 1501868MA Cover , Oil Access 26 1501995MA Gasket , Chute Ring 27 028x85MA Nut , Push 28 583436MA Clamp , Cable 1741478 41
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CRAFTSMAN 525 SERIES 22 INCH SNOW THROWER , 536.881510 WHEELS 3 Ref . Handle p _ 1 3 / 6 1 ! KEY NO . PART NO . DESCRIPTION 1 1741498 Retainer , E - Ring 2 71072MA Washer 3 760713MA Wheel and Tire 7 " x 1.50 " 4 309656MA Sleeve , Spacer 5 1501879MA Rod , Axle 6 583409MA Washer 1741478 42
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CRAFTSMAN 525 SERIES 22 INCH SNOW THROWER , 536.881510 DECALS 1 2 KEY NO , PART NO , DESCRIPTION 1 48x5635MA Decal , PaneI 22 " ES SEARS 2 48x5638MA Decal Electric Start 3 70141MA Decal Auger Danger 4 48x5642MA Decal Danger Chute Hand 5 1741367 Decal CRAFTSMAN 22 " 4 - Cycle Start 6 69880MA Decal Danger Muffler 7 761150MA Decal Auger Control 8 48x5658MA Decal Spark Plug Access 22 " 9 1735030 Decal Electric Plug Orientation 1741478 43
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BRIGGS & STRATTONENGINE MODEL09A413 - O202 - E1 358 ENGINE GASKET SET 308 1095 VALVE GASKET SET 7 772 4 _ 1220 _ , _ 7 925 q 718 552 _ 15 , _ [ 1019 LABEL K , T ] I 1058 0PERATOR ' S MANUAL j Assemblies include all parts shown in frames . 1741478 44
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BRIGGS & STRATTONENGINE MODEL09A413 - O202 - E1 KEY PART KEY PART NO . NO . DESCRIPTION NO . NO . DESCRIPTION 1 699088 Cylinder Assembly 30 691719 Dipper - Connecting Rod 2 399269 Kit - Bushing / Seal 32 691664 Screw ( Magneto Side ) ( Connecting Rod ) 3 _ 299819 Seal - Oil 33 497871 Valve - Exhaust ( Magneto Side ) 34 296677 Valve - intake 5 690386 Head - Cylinder 35 690520 Spring - Valve 7 _ G698717 Head - Cylinder Gasket ( Intake ) 8 699448 Breather Assembly 36 690520 Spring - Valve 9 695890 Gasket - Breather ( Exhaust ) 10 691666 Screw 40 692194 Retainer - Valve ( Breather Assembly ) 45 691762 Tappet - Valve 11 691246 Tube - Breather 46 691998 Camshaft 12 _ 692218 Gasket - Crankcase 51 _ G692283 Gasket - intake ( . 015 " Standard ) 51A _ 273113 Gasket - intake 13 691640 Screw 219 496786 Gear - Governor ( Cylinder Head ) 220 691724 Washer 14 690361 Stud ( Governor Gear ) ( Cylinder Head ) 306 690461 Shield - Cylinder ( Number 8 Position ) 307 691660 Screw 15 691686 Plug - Oil Drain ( Cylinder Shield ) 16 699092 Crankshaft 306 690462 Cover - Cylinder Head 24 222698 Key - Flywheel 337 802592 Plug - Spark 25 699656 Piston Assembly 358 496865 Gasket Set - Engine ( Standard ) 383 89836 Wrench - Spark Plug . . . . . . . Note . . . . . 529 692187 Grommet 498670 Piston 552 690506 Bushing - Governor Assembly Crank ( . 020 " Oversize ) 635 66536 Boot - Spark Plug 26 695169 Ring Set 718 690959 Pin - Locating ( Standard ) 718A 499047 Pin - Locating . . . . . . . Note . . . . . 741 691805 Gear - Timing 695172 Ring Set 772 691003 Screw ( . 020 " Oversize ) ( Linkage Cover ) 27 691586 Lock - Piston Pin 869 691701 Seat - Valve 28 298909 Pin - Piston ( Intake ) ( Standard ) 870 691702 Seat - Valve . . . . . . . Note . . . . . ( Exhaust ) 298908 Pin - Piston 871 262001 Bushing - Valve Guide ( . 005 " Oversize ) 883 _ 691880 Gasket - Exhaust 29 699655 Rod - Connecting 925 699097 Cover - Linkage ( Standard ) 1019 496905 Kit - Label . . . . . . . Note . . . . . 1056 275697 Operator's Manual 296079 Rod - 1095 498525 Gasket Set - Valve Connecting 1220 691105 Nut ( . 020 " Undersize ) ( Linkage Cover ) 1741478 45
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BRIGGS & STRATTONENGINE MODEL09A413 - O202 - E1 _ 2j 122 356 _ , _ _ " " " _ , _ z , _ 209 , _ 1238 276 @ i 883 864 Assemblies include all parts shown in frames . 1741478 46
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BRIGGS & STRATTONENGINE MODEL09A413 - O202 - E1 KEY PART KEY PART NO , NO . DESCRIPTION NO . NO , DESCRIPTION 12 * 692218 Gasket - Crankcase 276 e _ , 271716 Washer - Sealing 18 699096 Cover - Crankcase ( Float Bowl ) 20 692020 Seal - Oil 300 699565 Muffler ( PTO Side ) 333 496914 Armature - Magneto 21 281658 Cap - Oil Fill 334 691061 Screw 22 691129 Screw ( Magneto Armature ) ( Crankcase Cover ) 356 699576 Wire - Stop . . . . . . . Note . . . . . 365 691688 Screw 691128 Screw ( Carburetor ) ( Crankcase Cover ) 404 691691 Washer ( Used in Position ( Governor Crank ) Numbers 1 and 6 ) 415 693463 Plug 24 222698 Key - Flywheel 472 699100 Knob - Choke Shaft 50 691922 Manifold - intake 505 691251 Nut ( Governor Control 51 _ G692283 Gasket - intake Lever ) 51A * 273113 Gasket - intake 562 92613 Bolt ( Governor Control 81 691729 Lock - Muffler Screw Lever ) 95 691636 Screw 601 95162 Clamp - Hose ( Throttle Valve ) 613 691413 Screw 97 496861 Shaff - Throttle ( Muffler ) 98 398185 Kit - Idle Speed ( Muffler Lock ) 104 e691242 Pin - Float Hinge 613A 690661 Screw ( Muffler ) 108 695807 Valve - Choke ( Exhaust Tube ) 109 496860 Shaft - Choke 614 691620 Pin - Cotter 117 498978 Jet - Main ( Standard ) 616 692016 Crank - Governor 118 498975 Jet - Main 633 e _ 693867 SeaI - ChokeThrottle ( High Altitude ) Shaft 121 498260 Kit - Carburetor ( Choke ) Overhaul 633A e . 691321 SeaI - ChokefThrottle 122 699086 Spacer - Carburetor Shaft 125 699103 Carburetor ( Throttle ) 127 e694468 Plug - Welch 692 690572 Spring - Detent 130 691203 Valve - Throttle 711 690353 Screw 133 398187 Float - Carburetor ( Carburetor Shield ) 134 e398188 Kit - Needle / Seat 823 699554 Screw 137 e . 693981 Gasket - Float Bowl ( Muffler Adapter ) 186 692317 Connector - Hose 851 493880 Terminal - Spark Plug 188 691637 Screw ( Control Brkt ) 864 699568 Adapter - Muffler 202 692351 Link - Mechanical 883 * 691880 Gasket - Exhaust Governor 918 393815 Hose - Vacuum 209 691858 Spring - Governor 975 493640 Bowl - Float ( Assemble in 976 394281 Primer - Carburetor Number 5 Position ) 977 498261 Gasket Set - Carburetor 222 698681 Bracket - Control 996 699099 Shield - Carburetor 227 691412 Lever - Governor Control 1238 691689 Screw 232 691846 Spring - Governor Link ( Carburetor Spacer ) 1741478 47
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BRIGGS & STRATTONENGINE MODEL09A413 - O202 - E1 I 1036 EMISSIONS LABEL I 842 , . . _ 4 _ ' i 523 , ] 304 i 287 _ , ; 524 < - # 3O5 % 459 _ > 592 < e 65 _ 309 23 73 363 _ Assemblies include all parts shown in frames . 1741478 48
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BRIGGS & STRATTONENGINE MODEL09A413 - O202 - E1 KEY PART KEY PART NO , NO . DESCRIPTION NO . NO , DESCRIPTION 23 699573 Flywheel 456 692299 Plate - Pawl Friction 55 692144 Housing - Rewind 459 281505 PawI - Rachet Starter 523 791205 Dipstick 58 697316 Rope - Starter 524 691876 SeaI - DipstickTube ( Cut to 525 699090 Tube - Dipstick Required Length ) 592 690800 Nut 60 691915 Grip - Starter Rope ( Rewind Starter ) 65 690837 Screw 597 691696 Screw ( Rewind Starter ) ( Pawl Friction Plate ) 73 699850 Screen - Rotating 608 699105 Starter - Rewind 287 695733 Screw 689 691855 Spring - Friction ( Dipstick Tube ) 842 691031 SeaI - O Ring 304 699093 Housing - Blower ( Dipstick Tube ) 305 692198 Screw 847 791204 Dipstick / Tube ( Blower Housing ) Assembly 309 699098 Motor - Starter 1036 790891 Label - Emissions 332 690662 Nut 1210 499901 Pulley / Spring ( Flywheel ) Assembly 441 690484 Bracket - Oil Fill ( Pulley ) 449 695733 Screw 1211 499901 Pulley / Spring ( Oil Fill Bracket ) Assembly 363 19069 Puller - Flywheel ( Spring ) 455 691236 Cup - Flywheel 1741478 49
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uuP ' : : _ ] I ' : 11m = ] [ _ o _ o _ ' _ OPERACION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 PIEZAS DE REPUESTO . . . . . . . . 30 PIEZAS DE REPUESTO ( MOTOR ) 44 MANTENIMIENTO . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 GARANTiA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 SERVICIO Y AJUSTES . . . . . . . . . 72 REGLAS DE SEGURIDAD . . . . . . 51 ALMACENAMIENTO . . . . . . . . . . . 75 SIMBOLOS INTERNACIONALES 55 ENSAMBLAJE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 PEDIDO DE PIEZAS / SERVICIO . 80 GARANTiA LIMITADA DE DOS AI ( tOS PARA EL QUITANIEVES CRAFTSMAN Durante dos ahos a partir de la fecha de cornpra , siempre que a este quitanieves Craftsman se le de mantenimiento , lubricaci6n y afinamiento de acuerdo con las instrucciones de operaci6n y man - tenimiento presentadas en et manual de { propietario , Sears reparara , sin recargo alguno , cualquier defecto en material y mano de obra . Si este quitanieves Craftsman es usado para prop6sitos comerciales o de arrendamiento , esta ga - rantia ser _ t va . lida solamente pot 90 alias a partir de la fecha de compra . Esta garantia no cubre Io siguiente : Elementos fungibles los cuales se gastan durante el uso normal , tales como bujias , correas de transmision y pasadores de seguridad . Reparaciones necesarias debido al abuse o negligencia del operador , incluyendo eje de cigQe - hal doblado , y pot no darle el mantenimiento necesario a la unidad segun 1o recomendado en las instrucciones contenidas en el manual del propietario . EL SERVlClO DE GARANTiA SE PUEDE OBTENER LLEVANDO EL QUITANIEVES AL CEN - TRO DE SERVlClO SEARS MAS OERCANO EN EUA . ESTA GARANTIA ES VALIDA SOLO CUANDO ESTE PRODUCTO ES USADO EN LOS ESTADOS UNIDOS . Esta garantia le otorga derechos legales especificos , yes posible que tenga otros derechos los cua - { es varian de estado a estado . Sears , Roebuck and Co . , D817WA , Hoffman Estates , IL 60179 RIDAD IMPORTANTES , ESTE SlMBOLO SlGNIFICA - - iiiATENClON ! ! ! iiiESTE _ ll RESTE ATENCION A ESTE SiMBOLO , LE INDICA PRECAUCIONES DE SEGU - ALERTA ! ! ! SE TRATA DE SU SEGURIDAD . l _ li ApDreVEdResTcEoNnCecIAte : Seilecma - - ble de la bujia , y colo - Las emanaciones de escape producidas por este quelo alejado de esta para pre - motor y ciertos componentes de esta maquina venir un arranque accidental contienen agentes quimicos reconocidos por el durante la preparacion , man - Estado de California como carcinogenos , tambien tenimiento o almacenamiento pueden producir defectos en los recien nacidos o del quitanieves causar otros daSos al sistema reproductivo . IMPORTANTE : Para prevenir te - Los bornes , terminales y accesorios relacionados siones , tas normas de seguirdad con la bateria , contienen plomo y compuestos de requieren controles en ta unidad plomo . El Estado de California reconoce que es - que s6 ! o puedan ser manejados en tos compuestos pueden causar cancer y defectos congenitos , ademas de otros daSos al sistema re - presencia del operador . Su quita - nieves est & equipado con dichos productivo . DEBE LAVARSE MUY BIEN LAS MA - NOS DESPUI _ S DE MANIPULAR ESTOS COMPO - controles . Per ningOn motive inten - NENTES . te pasar por alto ta funci6n det con - trol en presencia del operador . 1741478 51
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pudiesen aIcanzar alguna llama abier - yes tiene la capacidad de ampu - ta o chispas . , _ ADVERTENCIA : Este quitanie - tar las extremidades y de lanzar f . Verifiqueque elquitanieves tengasufi - objetos con valocidad . No respetar las si - ciente combustible antes de cada uso , guientes instruccionas de seguridad pue - y deje un espacio adicional en et tan - de resultar an lesiones graves . que puesto que el caIor det motor y / o del sol hace que el combustible se ex - CAPACITACION panda . 1 . Lea con atenci6n las instrucciones en et g . Nunca tlene tos contenedores dentro manual de operaci6n y servicio . Famitiari - de un vehiculo o sobre las ptataformas cese comptetamente con los controtes y et ptasticas de un cami6n o trailer . Man - uso apropiado det quitanieves . Aprenda a t6ngalos siempre alejados det vehiculo detener et quitanieves y a desenganchar y sobre el suelo antes de tlenarIos . r & pidamente tos controles . h . Siempre que sea posible , para reabas - 2 . Nunca permita a niBos operar et quita - tecer equipos con motores de gasoli - nieves . Nunca permita que adultos operen na , b _ tjelos primero del cami6n o trailer el quitanieves sin la instrucci6n apropiada . y p6ngalos sobre el suelo . De no ser 3 . Mantenga el & rea tibre de personas , espe - posible , use un contenedor port _ ttil pa - cialmente niBos pequeiqos y mascotas . ra reabastecer dichos equipos sobre el 4 . Tenga mucho cuidado para evitar resbalo - trailer ; no use la manguera del surtidor nes o cafdas , especialmente cuando est6 de gasotina . retrocediendo . i . Mantenga siempre ta boquilla en con - tacto con Ia orilla del tanque o recipien - PREPARACION te de combustible durante todo el 1 . Inspeccione completamente el & rea donde proceso de reabastecimiento . No em - se usar & et quitanieves y retire todas tas ptee et dispositivo de apertura automa - esteras , trineos , tableros , cables , y otros t ! ca ubicado en ta boquilla . objetos extra5os . j . C _ tmbiese inmediatamente toda ropa 2 . Desenganche todos tos embragues antes contaminada con combustible . de hacer arrancar et motor . 5 . Paratodos los quitanieves con motores de 3 . No opere et quitanieves sin vestir prendas arranque el6ctrico , use cables de exten - de invierno adecuadas para trabajar a la in - si6n con certificaci6n CSA / UL . Use sota - temperie . Vista caIzado que Ie d6 buena mente tomacorrientes que hayan sido tracci6n sobre superficies resbalosas . No instatados de acuerdo con los reglamentos use ropa holgada que pueda quedarse de inspecci6n locales . enredada en los componentes m6viles . 6 . Permita queet motor y el quitanieves se 4 . Maneje el combustible con cuidado ; 6ste ajusten a las temperaturas exteriores an - es altamente inflamabte . tes de comenzar a despejar ta nieve . a . Use un contenedor aprobado para 7 . Siempre use gafas de seguridad o protec - combustible . tores para los ojos durante ta operaci6n o mientras efect0a alg0n ajuste o reparaci6n b . Nunca quite ta tapa dettanque de com - a ta unidad , para proteger sus ojos de obje - bustible ni aBada combustible a un mo - tos extraBos que pudiesen ser lanzados tor en marcha o a un motor caliente . por et quitanieves . c . Llene el tanque de combustible aI aire OPERACION Iibre y con mucho cuidado . Nunca Ilene 1 . No opere este quitanieves si estertomando el tanque en un recinto cerrado . medicinas que puedan causar somnolen - cia o afectar su habilidad para operar et qui - d . Vuelva a cotocar la tapa del tanque de tan ! eves . combustible de manera segura , y lim - No use el quitanieves si pot motivos emo - pie eI combustible derramado . 2 . cionales o flsicos se le dificutta manejado e . Nunca aImacene combustible o el qui - de forma segura . tan ! eves con combustible en el tanque 3 . No cotoque las manos o los pies cerca o dentro de un edificio donde los vapores debajo de piezas en movimiento . Mant6n - 1741478 52
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gaseentodomemenatbouendaistancia15 . Nosobrecargtauceapaciddaedql uitanie - detaabertudraettubededescarga . vesaIintentlaimr pialarnievaeunaveloci - 4 . Tengmauchcouidadaoloperaerlquitanie - daddemasiaradpoida . vesenoatrav6dseentraddaesautos , 16 . Nuncoapereelquitanieaveasltavseloci - senderoocsamindoesgravaM . ant6nga - dadedsetransposrotebrseuperficrieess - sealertdaepeligrooscultoostrafico . balosaMs . irehaciaatr _ ytstengcauidado 5 . . Sigotpeuanobjeteoxtra , op , areelmotor , aIretroceder . desconeectcteabldeetabujfain , speccio - 17 . Nuncdaescargduireectamehnatceieas - nemeticutosameelqnuteitanievpeesrsi pectadonreipsermiatanadfierentaelqui - hubieraaIg0dna _ oy , rep _ trealnotedse tanieves . arrancealrmotoyroperaerlquitanieves 18 . Desenganlacfhueerzmaotridzelabarre - nuevamente . na / proputcsuoarndeolquitanievseesa 6 . Sielquitaniecvoems ienazvaibradrema - trasportaodnooest6enuse . neraexcesivpaa , reelmotoyrrevlseilno - 19 . UtilicOenicamente aditamentos y acceso - mediatamepnatreaencontrlaarcausa . rios aprobados pot el fabricante del quita - GeneraImelanvtieb , raci6ensunaadver - nieves ( tales como cadenas para tas tencidaeaIg0pnroblema . ruedas , juegos de arranque el6ctrico , etc . ) . 7 . PareeImotocruanddoejetaposici6dne 20 . Nunca opere el quitanieves sin tener bue - operaci6ann , tedsedesobstreulairIoja - na visibilidad o iluminaci6n . Aseg6rese miendtoelabarrena / propouetltsuobrode siempre que tiene buena estabitidad , y su - descargyac , uandeofectOcuealqurieer - jete con firmeza el mango . Camine ; nunca paraci6anju , stoeinspecci6n . corra . 8 . Cuandlimo piree , paoreinspeccieolqnuei - 21 . No trate de aIcanzar areas dificiles . Man - tanieveass , egOrdeesqeueIabarrena / pro - tenga la estabilidad y el balance en todo putsoyr todaslaspartesm6vilesse momento . encuentdreentenidyaqsu , etodotsoscon - troleesst6dnesenganchaDdeossc . onec2 - 2 . No opere el quitanieves encima de estruc - turas ubicadas sobre et nivet det suelo , por teetcabldeelabujiyamant6ngaalelojado ejemplo encima de techos de residencias , delabujlpaaraevitaurnarranqauceciden - tal . garajes , terrazas u otras estructuras o edi - ficios similares . 9 . TomteodatsasprecauciopnoessibleasI dejaerlquitanievdeessatendiDdeos . en - 23 . Este quitanieves ha sido dise _ ado para usarse sobre aceras , entradas de vehicu - ganchlaebarrena / proppuatsreeolrm , otor yretiretatlave . los y otras superficies a nivel del sueto . 10 . Nohagaarrancealmr otoernrecintoces - 24 . No toque nunca un motor o silenciador ca - liente . rradosa , OnconIaspuertaysventanas abiertaLso . svaporedseescapsoenpeli - groso ( scontienMenONOXIDDEOCAR - BONOun , GASINODOyRLOETAL ) . 11 . Conduzccuaidadosamseonbtreteerreno AveDsVEhRaTsEidNoCIdAis : efiadoEstpearaquuitsaanrisee - inctinado . sobre acsras , entradas de vshicu - 12 . Nouseelquitaniepveasrtaimpiaarreadse los y otras superficies a nivel del suelo . terrenionclinad ( acsuestapse , ndientes ) . Conduzca cuidadosaments sobre superfi - Tengmauchcouidadcouandcoambdiee cies inclinadas . NO OPERE EL QUITANIE - direcci6Nno . intentIeimpiaprendientes VES ENCIMA DE ESTRUCTURAS QUE SE muypronunciadas . ENCUENTRAN SOBRE EL NIVEL DEL SUE - 13 . Nuncoapereelquitaniesvienqsuetosres - LO , como los tschos de rssidencias , gara - guardopsla , causotrodsispositidvoesse - jes , tsrrazas u otras estructuras o edificios guridasdeencuenterensnulugar . similarss . 14 . Nuncoapereelquitaniecveerscdaeesca - paratedsevidrioa , utom6vivleidsr , ieras , sitiodsecarga / descaysrgima , iIarseisne , t ajustaepropiaddeoal nguldoedescarga detanieveM . antenagatosni _ oyslas mascotaalesjaddoes _ l treqaueestedres - pejando . 1741478 53
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MANTENIMIENTO Y quitanieves est6 en condiciones seguras de funcionamiento . ALMACENAMIENTO 2 . Guarde et quitanieves a una distancia de como despejar tubos de descarga fuentes de ignici6n o de aparatos dom6sti - atascados cos que tengan llamas de encendido , tales como caIentadores de agua y estufas , se - cadoras de ropa , etc . Permita que el motor mas comunes asociadas con el se enfde antes de guardar el quitanieves , _ ADVERTENCIA : Las lesionesue en cuaIquier recinto . uso del quitanieves son las q se produceR cuando las manos entren en 3 . Siva a aImacenar el quitanieves por un pe - contacto con el dispositivo impulsor den - riodo protongado , siempre consulte tas ins - tro del tubo de descarga . No use nunca las trucciones del manual det operador donde manos para despejar el tubo de descarga . encontrara consejos importantes . Para despejar el tubo : 4 . Mantenga o reemptace tas etiquetas de seguridad e instrucciones , segQn sea ne - • APAGUE EL MOTOR . cesario . • Espere unos 10 segundos para que las 5 . Mantenga el quitanieves en marcha unos aletas del impulsor dejen de girar . cuantos minutes despu6s de despejar ta • Use siempre la herramienta de limpie - nieve , para evitar que se congete la barre - za , no las manos . na / propulsor . 1 . Revise los pernos con frecuencia para ase - gurar que est6n bien apretados y que et 1741478 54
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IM PORTANTE : Muchos de estos simbolos est & n colocados en su quitanieves o est & n impresos en los manuales que vienen con el producto . Antes de operar el quitanieves aprenda y comprenda et objetivo de cada simboto . SiMBOLOS DE CONTROL Y OPERACION Despacio Rapido Arranque electrico Arranque de motor O I Motor en marcha Motor apagado Apagado Encendido H N Ahogador Ahogadoro desactivado activad Neutro Acelerador ® ® Ignicion Ignicibnda desactivada activa Boton cebador Llave de encendido Embrague Embraguena de barre de propulsion Avarice Marcha atras VVV 1 . : o } O Colector Oprima para accionar de barrena Transmisibn Enganchar el arranque electrico . 1741478 55
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SiMBOl - OS DE CONTROl - Y OPERACION Mezcla de combustible Combustible Aceite y aceite f / ? Descarga hacia Descarga hacia Descarga hacia la Descarga hacia la ABAJO ARRIBA IZQUIERDA DERECHA rer - - dl | . m Transferencia de peso Transferencia de peso Llave de encendido Levante el mango Presione el pedal Insertar para marcha , para enganchar , para desenganchar . Retirar para parar . Simbolos de advertencia de seguridad A A PELIGRO PELIGRO ADVERTENCIA Objetos lanzados . Objetos lanzados . Mantenga alejados a Mantenga alejados a los transeentes . los transeuntes . PELIGRO IMPORTANTE PELIGRO Evite las lesiones que puede . Lea el manual del causar la barrena rotatoria Apague el motor antes propietario antes de Mantenga las manos , los pies y de despejar el tubo . Use solo la herramien - operar esta maquina . la ropa fuera de su alcance . ta de limpieza , no las manos , para despejar el tubo . ADVERTENCIA PARE Superficie caliente 1741478 56
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Conteniddoe la bolsa de partes 1 - Manual del propietario ( no se mues - tra ) 1 - Botella de aceite 5W30 1 - Cable de arranque e ! 6ctrico ( no se muestra ) 1 - Estabilizador de combustible ( no se muestra ) COMO SACAR EL QUITANIEVES DE LA CAJA galas protectoras o protectores ADVERTENClA : Use siempre para los ojos , durante el ensam - 1 . LocaIice y retire Ia botella de aceite de blaje del quitanieves . motor 5W30 Craftsman . 2 . LocaIice todas tas partes envueltas por separado y s & quelas de la caja . 3 . Retire y descarte todo el material de em - HERRAMIENTAS NECESARIAS paque aIrededor del quitanieves . 1 - Navaja para cortar cart6n 4 . Corte cada una de las cuatro esquinas de la caja desde la parte superior hasta abajo y despliegue Ios panetes en el La Figura 1 muestra el quitanieves en Ia po - suelo . sici6n de operaci6n . 5 . Agarre et quitanieves pot el mango infe - rior y saqueto de la caja . Las referencias sobre el lade derecho o el PRECAUCION : NO retroceda sobre lade izquierdo del quitanieves , son hechas los cables . desde el punto de vista del operador si 6ste se encuentra parado detr _ ts de Ia unidad . 6 . Quite et material de empaque deI en - samble det mango . Palanca de propulsi6n de Ia barrena Cable de transmisi6n de Ia barrena Manivela de ajuste Deflector de descarga Mangoior super Perilla enT Figura 1 1741478 57
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Como ensamblar el mango Mangorior Instalacion del mango superior supe 1 . Quite tas perillas en " T " y los pernos en " U " del mango inferior ( Figura 2 ) . Cable 2 . Coloque el mango superior en Ia posi - Peritla en " T " ci6n de operaci6n . 3 . Instale los pernos en " U " y apriete las Mang _ gura 2 perillas en " T " , Nota : Assgursse de que el cable no que - de atrapado entre los mangos superior s inferior . En la Figura 2 se musstra la ins - talaci6n corrscta dsl cable . Palanca de Conecte el cable de propulsi6n de la putsi6n de la barrena barrena 1 . Conecte el cable de propulsion de la barrena a la palanca de propulsi6n de Gancho en Z la barrsna ( Figura 3 ) . Figura 3 Ajuste la descarga superior 1 . Retire ta psrilla en " T " yet perno en el tube de descarga superior ( Figura 4 ) . 2 . Gire el tubo de descarga superior a la posici6n de operaci6n ( mas alta deI tope Tube de descarga superior del tube de descarga inferior ) . 3 . Instale et pemo y apriete Ia perilla en Tubo de _ = t _ " descarga inferior Ahada aceite de motor 1 . Et quitanieves fue enviado con una botella PerilIa en " T " de aceite de motor 5W30 . Antes de operar , Figura 4 aBada este aceite aI motor . 2 . Retire el panel de acceso y quite ta tapa tapa / vari ! Ia del tlenador de aceite . 3 . Quite ta tapa / varilla del Ilenador de acei - ts ( Figura 5 ) . Llene hasta ta marca FULL en Ia tapaNarilla del Ilsnador de acsite , Revise peri6dicamente et nivet de aceite . NO LO LLENE DEMASIADO . Ahada combustible 1 . Llene et tanque con com - bustible fresco sin ptomo . 2 . Para extender la vida det combustible y prevenir problemas del arranque , a _ ada el estabilizador de combustible que vie - 7 " / _ Figura ne con el quitanieves . NO LO LLENE NOTA : El nivel de aceite debe estar DEMASIADO . hasta la marca FULL . 1741478 58
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_ " LISTA DE REVISION Antes de operar su nuevo quitanieves , y pa - ra asegurar que obtenga et mejor rendimien - to y ta mayor satisfacci6n de este producto de calidad , por favor haga un repaso de la siguiente lista de revisi6n : _ ' Se han completado todas tas instruccio - nes de ensamblado . _ ' El tubo de descarga gira libremente . _ ' No quedan piezas suettas en la caja de cart6n . AI mismo tiempo que aprende a usar su qui - tanieves , preste mucha atenci6n a Ios deta - lies siguientes : Aseg0rese de que haya suficiente aceite de motor . Use un aceite detergente de alta calidad ctasificado como " Para servicio SG , SH , SJ , SL o superior " . _ ' Aseg @ ese de que el tanque de combusti - ble contenga gasolina Iimpia y nueva sin plomo , con un octanaje m [ nimo de 85 . Familiadcese con ta ubicaci6n de todos los controles y aseg0rese de entender la funci6n de cada uno . _ ' Antes de encender et motor , asegOrese de que todos tos controles est6n funcionando correctamente . 1741478 59
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CONOZCA SU QUlTANIEVES LEA ESTE MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES Y LAS REGLAS DE SEGURIDAD AN - TES DE OPERAR SU QUITANIEVES . Compare estas itustraciones con su QUITANIE - VES para familiarizarse con ta ubicaci6n de los diversos controles y ajustes . Guarde este manuat para referencia futura . Palanca de propulsi6n de la barrena de Llave ddeo Manivela encendi Deflector det tube de descarga \ dicadora de nivet Tubo de de aceite Enchufe descarga Panel de acceso Control det Bot6n e det motor a la bujia ahogador arranque et6ctrico Figura 6 Palanca de propulsibn de la barrrena - Ac - Boton de arranque electrico - Se usa para ciona y detiene la barren & hacer arrancar eI motor de arranque eI6ctrico de 120 ' , / Manivela de ajuste - Cambia Ia direcci6n de Control del ahogador - Se usa para arran - la descarga de nieve . car un motor frio . Boton de cebado - Inyecta et combustible Deflector del tubo de descarga - Cambia la distancia del lanzamiento de la nieve . directamente en et mOttipte del carburador pa - ra un arranque r & pido en temperaturas frias . Tubo de descarga - Cambia la direcci6n en Panel de acceso a la bujia - Panel que ofre - que se lanza la nieve . ce acceso a ta bujla . Panel de acceso a la tapa / indicadora de Llave de encendido - Se debe insertar y co - nivel de aceite - Permite acceso a la tapa / in - Iocar en la posici6n de encendido ( ON ) para dicadora de nivel de aceite para poder Ilenar y arrancar el motor . comprobar et aceite de motor . Manija de arranque manual - Arranca el Enchufe del motor - Conexi6n para eI cable motor manualmente . de atimentaci6n para arranque et6ctrico . 1741478 6O
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