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Operator's Manual Snow Thrower 9.5 Horsepower Electric Start 29 " Dual Stage Model 536.881951 CAUTION : Before using this product , read this manual and follow all of its Safety Rules and Operating Instructions . Manual del usario Quitanieves 9.5 caballos de fuerza ( hp ) Arranque el _ ctrico 29 " Biet _ pico Modelo 536.881951 PRECAUCION : Antes de usar este producto , lea este manual y siga todas ias reglas de seguridad e instruccionesde operaci6n . Sears , Roebuck and Co . , Hoffman Estates , IL 60179 U . S . A . 198511 Rev . 2 07.27.95 BY www . sears . com / craftsman Printed in U . S . A .
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2 STORAGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 WARRANTY STATEMENT . . . . . . 2 TROUBLESHOOTING TABLE . . . 29 SAFETY RULES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . INTERNATIONAL SYMBOLS . . . . 4 REPAIR PARTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 6 ENGINE REPAIR PARTS . . . . . . . 51 ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 SPANISH ( ESPANOL ) . . . . . . . . . . 56 MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 PARTS ORDERING / SERVICE . . 18 BACK COVER SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENT . . 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 rental 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 THROWER 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 legal rights , and you may also have other rights which may vary from state to state . Sears , Roebuck and Co . , D817WA , Hoffman Estates . IL 60179 IT MEANS - - ATTENTIONlll BECOME ALERTtll YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED . , _ LOOK FOR THIS SYMBOL TO POINT OUT IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS . nect the spark plug wire _ WARNING : Always discon - and place it whore 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 Stste of California to age of your snow thrower . cause cancer and birth defects or other repro - IMPORTANT : Safety standards re - ductive harm . quire operator presence controls to Battery posts , terminals and related accessories minimize the risk of injury . Your snow contain lead and lead compounds , chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer thrower is equipped with such controls . Do not attempt to defeat the function of and birth defects or other reproductive harm . WASH HANDS AFTER HANDLING . the operator presence control under any circumstances . 2
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8 _ Always wear safety glasses or eye shields TRAINING during operation or while performing an ad - 1 . Read this operating and service instruction justment or repair to protect eyes from manual carefully . Be thoroughly familiar foreign objects that may be thrown from the with the controls and the proper use of the snow thrower . snow thrower . Know how to stop the snow OPERATION thrower and disengage the controls quick - ly . 1 . Do not operate this snow thrower if you are 2 . Never allow children to operate the snow taking drugs or other medication which can thrower . Never allow adults to operate the cause drowsiness or affect your ability to snow thrower without proper instruction . operate this snow thrower . 2 . Do not use the snow thrower if you are 3 . Keep the area of operation clear of all per - mentally or physically unable to operate the sons , particutarly small children and pets . snow thrower safely . 4 . Exercise caution to avoid slipping or falling 3 . Do not put hands or feet near or under ro - especially when operating in reverse . tating parts . Keep clear of the discharge opening at all times . PREPARATION 4 . Exercise extreme caution when operating 1 . Thoroughly inspect the area where the on or crossing gravel drives , walks or snow thrower is to be used and remove all roads . Stay alert for hidden hazards or doormats , sleds , boards , wires , and other traft ] c . foreign objects . 5 . After striking a foreign object , stop the en - 2 . Disengage all clutches before starting the gine ( motor ) , remove the wire from the spark plug , thoroughly inspect snow engine ( motor ) . thrower for any damage , and repair the 3 . Do not operate the snow thrower without damage before restarlJng and operating wearing adequate winter outer garments . the snow thrower . Wear footwear that will improve tooting on 6 . If the snow thrower should start to vibrate slippery surfaces . abnormally , stop the engine ( motor ) and 4 . Handle fuel with care ; it is highly flam - check immediately for the cause . Vibration mable . is generally a warning of trouble . a . Use an approved fuel container . 7 . Stop the engine ( motor ) whenever you b . Never remove fuel tank cap or add fuel leave the operating position , before un - to a running engine ( motor ) or hot en - clogging the auger / impeller housing or dis - gine ( motor ) . charge chute and when making any c . Fill fuel tank outdoors with extreme repairs , adjustments , or inspeclJons . care . Never fill fuel tank indoors . 8 . When cleaning , repairing , or inspecting , make certain the auger / impeller and all d . Replace fuel cap securely and wipe up moving parts have stopped and all controls spilled fuel . are disengaged . Disconnect the spark plug e . Never store fuel or snow thrower with wire and keep the wire away from the spark fuel in the tank inside of a building plug to prevent accidental starting . where fumes may reach an open flame 9 . Take all possible precautions when leaving or spark . the snow thrower unattended . Disengage f . Check fuel supply before each use , al - the auger / impeller , stop engine ( motor ) , lowing space for expansion as the heat and remove key . of the engine ( motor ) and / or sun can 10 . Do not run the engine ( motor ) indoors , ex - cause fuel to expand . cept when starting the engine ( motor ) and 5 . For all snow throwers with electnc starting for transportJng the snow thrower in or out motors use electric starting extension of the _ ilding . Open the outside doors ; ex - cords cer _ fled CSNUL . Use only with a re - haust fumes are dangerous ( containing ceptacle that has been installed in accord - CARBON MONOXIDE , an ODORLESS ance with local inspection authonties . and DEADLY GAS ) . 6 . Never attempt to make any adjustments 11 . Do not clear snow across the face of while the engine ( motor ) is running ( except slopes . Exercise extreme cauiton when when specifically recommended by manu - changing direction on slopes . Do not at - facturer ) . tempt to clear steep slopes . 7 . Let engine ( motor ) and snow thrower ad - 12 . Never operate the snow thrower without proper guards , plates or other safety pro - just to outdoor _ emperatures before sta _ ng to clear snow . tective devices in place . 3
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13 . Neveroperatethesnowthrowernearen - MAINTENANCE AND STORAGE closuresa , utomobilesw , indowwells , drop - 1 . Check shear bolts and other bolts at fre - offs , andthelikewithoupt roperadjustment quent intervals for proper tightness to be ofIhe snow discharge angle . Keep children sure the snow thrower is in safe working and pets away . condition . 14 . Do not overload the snow thrower capacity 2 . Never store the snow thrower with fuel in by attempting to clear snow at too fast a the tank inside a building where ignition rate . sources are present such as hot water and 15 . Never operate the snow thrower at high space heaters , clothes dryers , and the like . transport speeds on slippery surfaces . Allow the engine ( motor ) to coo ! before Look behind and use care when backing storing in any enclosure . up . 3 . Always refer to operator's guide instruc - 16 . tions for important details if the snow Never direct discharge at bystanders or thrower is to be stored for an extended allow anyone in front of the snow thrower . period . 17 . Disengage power to the collector / impeller 4 . Maintain or replace safety and ins _ uction when snow thrower is Iransported or not in labels , as necessary . use . 5 . Run the snow thrower a few minutes after 18 . Use only attachments and accessories ap - throwing snow to prevent freeze - up of the proved by the manufacturer of the snow auger / impeller . thrower ( such as tire chains , elecfric start kits , ect . ) . 19 . for use on sidewalks , drivewaysis , _ WARNING : This snow thrower Never operate the snow thrower without and other ground level surfaces . good visibility or light . Always be sure of your footing and keep a firm hold on the Caution should be exercised while using on handles . Walk ; never run . steep sloping surfaces . DO NOT USE 20 . SNOW THROWER ON SURFACES ABOVE Do not over - reach . Keep proper footing and balance at all times . GROUND LEVEL such as roofs of resi - 21 . dences , garages , porches or other such Do not attempt to use snow thrower on a roof . structures or buildings . IMPORTANT : Many of the following symbols are locked on your snow thrower or on litera - ture supplied with the product . Before you operate the snow thrower , leam and understand the purpose for each symbol . CONTROL AND OPERATING SYMBOLS Slow Fast Electric Start Engine Start Engine Run I I - I N Engine Off Engine Stop On Choke Off Choke On Neutral ® G Ignition Off Ignition On Throttle Primer Button Ignition Key
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DriveClutch Forward Reverse AugerClutch AugerCollector Engage Oil FuelOilMixture PushToEngage Fuel ElectricStarter DischargeLEFT DischargeRIGHT DischargeDOWN DischargeUP | , M Weight Transfer Weight Transfer Transmission Ignition Key Lift Handle To Depress Pedal Insert To Run , Engage To Disengage Pull Out To Stop . SafetyWarningSymbols DANGER DANGER WARNING Thrown Objects . Thrown Objects . Keep Bystanders Away . Keep Bystanders Away . DANGER IMPORTANT DANGER Reed Owner's Manual Avoid Injury From Stop The Engine Before Unclogging Rotating Auger . Keep Before Operating . This Machine Hands , Feet And Discharge Chutei Clothing Away . WARNING STOP Hot Surface 5
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CONTENTS OF PARTS BAG ( ACTUAL SIZE ) 1 - Owner's Manual ( not shown ) 1 - Packet of Fuel Stabilizer ( not shown ) 1 - Warranty Card ( not shown ) * Non - Assembly Parts , found in toolbox located on belt cover PARTS PACKED SEPERATELY IN CARTON ( NOT SHOWN FULL SIZE ) 2 - Ignition Keys ( attached to engine in plastic bag ) safety glasses or eye shields d _ lb WARNING : Always wear while assembling snow thrower . TOOLS REQUIRED FOR ASSEMBLY 1 - Knife to cut carton 2 - 1 / 2 inch wrenches Figure 1 ( or adjustable wrenches ) 2 - 9 / 16 inch wrenches Figure 1 shows the snow thrower in the ( or adjustable wrenches ) shipping position . Figure 2 shows the snow thrower com - 2 - 3 / 4 inch wrenches pletely assembled . ( or adjustable wrenches ) References to the right or left hand side 1 - Pliers ( to spread cotter pin ) of the snow thrower are from the view - 1 - Screwdriver point of the operator's position behind the unit . 1 - Measuring tape or ruler 6
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TO REMOVE SNOW THROWER cable back away from the motor frame . FROM CARTON , Locate all parts packed separately Auger Drive Lever n and remove from the carton . " ' - _ - L _ Traction NOTE : Place fuel stabilizer in a _ Drive Lever safe place until needed for storage . _ " Clutch Cable . Remove and discard the packing material from around the snow thrower . nk Assembly Cut down all four corners of the car - 3 , ton and lay the panels flat . _ Chute 4 . Cut the straps that secure the axle _ 11 _ Deflect ° r to the pallet . Lever 5 . For shipping purposes , the height adjust skids are attached to the pallet . Remove the screw that se - cures each height adjust skid to the pallet . See Figure 2 . , Roll snow thrower off the pallet by pulling on the lower handle . CAU - Height TION = DO NOT back over control Adjust Skid cables . , Remove all packing material from the unit . 8 . Cut ties securing the clutch control Scre _ Figure 2 cable to the lower handle and lay TO ASSEMBLE THE HANDLE AND CRANK ASSEMBLY Of Upper Handle RightHandSide _ , / 1 , Cut tie holding shift rod to lower handle and move shifter to the first Loosen , forward gear . but do not 2 . Cut and discard the plastic tie that remove secures the crank assembly . 11132 " 3 . Loosen , but do not remove , the Flatwasher screws , flatwashers , Iockwashers , and hex nuts in the upper holes of 5 / 16 " the lower handle . See Figure 3 . Screw 4 . Remove the fasteners and the eye - 5 / 16 " bolt from the lower holes of the low - er handle See Figure 5 . Figure 3 NOTE : Make sure the cables are not Caught between the upper and lower handle . 5 . Raise the upper handle into operat - ing position .
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NOTE : If the cables have become dis - NOTE : If the cables have become dis - connected form the drive levers , rein - connected , connect cables as shown in stall the cables as shown in Figure 4 . Figure 7 . " z " Fitting Lever Traction Drive Cable Auger Drive Cable Control Cable Figure 4 6 , Install the fasteners that were re - Figure 7 moved in step 4 . DO NOT tighten until all bolts are in place . HOW TO ASSEMBLE Left Side Of THE CHUTE DEFLECTOR 1 . Remove the carriage bolt . See Figure 8 . 2 . Raise the chute deflector into op - erating position . 3 . Fasten chute deflector to flange 3 / 8 " Nylon with carriage bolt . Make sure to install with head of carriage bolt on the inside of the flange . 4 . Fasten with washer and Iocknut . 5 . Tighten Iocknut securely . NOTE : Make sure all carriage Eye Bolt Figure 5 bolts in flange are tight . DO NOT 7 . Attach the crank rod to the universal OVERTIGHTEN . joint assembly with the hair pin . See Figure 6 . 8 . Tighten nut on eye bolt , Make sure eye bolt is properly aligned and the crank can freely rotate . Nut 9 . Tighten all handle and panel bolts . Crank Rod Was Carriage Bolt Flange Figure 8 Universal Figure 6 8
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HOW TO SET THE SKID HEIGHT Your snow thrower is equipped with height for different conditions , see To Adjust Skid Height paragraph in the height adjust skids on the outside of the auger housing . To adjust the skid Service And Adjustment section . HOW TO SET THE LENGTH OF THE CABLES The cables were adjusted at the factory be too tight or too loose . If an adjust - and no adjustments should be neces - ment is necessary , see " How To Check And Adjust The Cables " in the Service sary . However , after the handles are put in the operating position , the cables can And Adjustment section . _ , - CHECKLIST Before you operate your new snow While learning how to use your snow thrower , to ensure that you receive the thrower , pay extra attention to the fol - best performance and satisfaction from lowing important items : this quality product , please review the following checklist : Engine oil is at proper level . _ " All assembly instructions have been Make sure gas tank is filled properly completed . with clean , fresh , unleaded gasoline . , _ " The discharge chute rotates freely . Become familiar with all controls - No remaining loose parts in carton . their location and function . Operate _ " Check the fasteners . Make sure all controls before starting engine . fasteners are tight . _ " On electric start models , the unit was shipped with the starter cord plugged into the engine . Before operating , un - plug the starter cord from the engine . 9
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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 . Drive Lever Electric Auger , - - - - - " Start Drive Lever Button ( right hand ) Primer Crank Ignition Butlt ° n Switch Speed Assembly Key I Box Gas Shifter / , , , _ _ - - - . . , . _ , Cap Lever . Chute Deflector , _ - , Discharge Chute Choke Control _ , ecoil Throttle Starter Control Handle Height Adjust Shear Pin Sk d = = - - - Scraper Bar Figure 8 Recoil Starter Handle - Starts the en - Auger Drive Lever - Starts and stops gine manually . the auger and impeller ( snow gathering and throwing ) Choke Control - Used to start a cold Traction Drive Lever . Propels these . engine . snow thrower forward and in rever Primer Button - Injects fuel directly into Speed Shifter Lever - Selects the the carburetor manifold for fast starts in speed of the snow thrower ( 6 speeds for - cold weather . ward and 2 Speeds reverse ) . Throttle Control - Controls the engine Crank Assembly - Changes the direc - speed . tion of snow throwing through the dis - charge chute . Electric Start Button - ( if so equipped ) Used to start the engine using the 120 V Chute Deflector - Changes the distance electric starter . the snow is thrown . Discharge Chute - Changes the height Shear Pin - Shear pins are designed to and direction the snow is thrown . break ( to protect the machine ) if an ob - ject becomes lodged in the auger hous - Height Adjust Skid - Adjusts the ground ing . clearance of the auger housing . Toolbox - Spare shear pins and spacers Ignition Key - Must be inserted to start are located in toolbox . the engine . 10
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the speed you desire by moving the The operation of anysnow thrower can resultin foreignobjects beingthrown speed shifter lever left into the ap - intothe eyes , which can resultin se - propriate notches on the shift lever vere eye damage . Always wear safety plate : glasses or eyeshieldswhile operating Speeds 1,2 - Wet , Heavy the snow thrower . Speed 3 - Light We recommendstandardsafety glasses or a wide vision safety maskfor Speed 4 - Very Light overyour glasses . Speed 5,6 - Transport only . Engage the traction drive lever ( left Manual before operating , _ WARNING : Read Owner's machine . Never direct dis - hand ) . As the snow thrower starts to move , maintain a firm hold on the charge toward bystanders . Stop the handles , and guide the snow throw - engine before unclogging discharge er along the clearing path . Do not chute or auger housing and before attempt to push the snow thrower . leaving the machine . , To move the snow thrower back - TO STOP YOUR ward , move the speed shifter lever SNOW THROWER right into first or second reverse and 1 . To stop throwing snow , release the engage the traction drive lever ( left auger drive lever . hand ) . 2 . To stop the wheels , release the IMPORTANT : Do not move the speed traction drive lever . shifter lever while the traction lever 3 . To stop the engine , push the is down . throttle control lever to off and pull out the ignition key . TO THROW SNOW TO CONTROL SNOW DISCHARGE 1 . Turn the chute control rod to set the 1 . Push down the auger driver lever direction of the snow throwing . ( right hand ) . 2 . Loosen the wing knob on the chute 2 . Release to stop throwing snow . deflector and move the deflector to set the distance . Move the deflector TO USE WHEEL LOCKOUT PIN ( Up ) for more distance , ( Down ) for less distance . Then tighten the . The right hand wheel is secured to wing knob ( See Figure 9 ) . the axle with a klick pin . This unit was shipped with this klick pin in the Knob locked position ( through wheel hole ) , See Figure 10 . Klick Pin Figure 9 HOW TO MOVE FORWARD AND BACKWARD 1 . To shift , release the traction drive 2 - Wheel lever ( left hand ) and move the Drive Locked Position speed shifter lever to the speed you Figure 10 desire . Ground speed is deter - mined by snow conditions . Select 11
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, Remove the oil fill cap / dipstick . . For ease of maneuverability in light Check the oil . snow conditions , disconnect the 3 . kiick pin from the wheel locked If necessary , add oil until the oil reaches the FULL mark on the oil fill position and push into the single wheel drive position ( unlocked axle cap / dipstick ( see Figure 12 ) . Do not add too much oil . hole only ) . See Figure 11 . Oll Fill Cj _ p / Dipstick Klick Pin Unlocked ' Single Wheel " _ ' I _ , ' _ " J - - - - _ . ' , _ Y NOTE : Oil eleveln Position Drive " _ _ ( _ - _ i Y must be betwe Full and Add Figure 11 mark Figure 12 NOTE : Make sure that the klick pin is 4 . Tighten the fill cap / dipstick securely in the single wheel drive position of the each time you check the oil level . axle only and not through the locked NOTE : S . A . E . 5W30 motor oil may be position . used to make starting easier in areas BEFORE STARTING THE ENGINE where temperature is consistently 20 ° F . . Before you service or start the en - or lower . gine , familiarize yourself with the FILL GAS : snow thrower . Be sure you under - stand the function and location of all The engine is certified to comply with controls . California and US EPA emission regula - 2 . Check the tension of clutch cable tions for ULGE ( Utility or Lawn and Gar - before starting the engine . See To den Equipment ) engines . ULGE Adjust The Control Cable para - engines are certified to operate on reg - graph in the Service & Adjust - ular unleaded gasoline . ments section of this manual . 3 . Be sure that all fasteners are tight . fuels ( called gasohol or , _ WARNING : Alcohol blended 4 . Make sure the height adjust skids those using ethanol or are properly adjusted . See To Ad - methanol ) can attract moisture just Skid Height paragraph in the which leads to separation and formation of acids during storage . Service & Adjustments section of this manual . Acidic gas can damage the fuel sys - tem of an engine while in storage . 5 . Check tire pressure ( 14 - 17 pounds ) . Do not exceed maximum NOTE : To avoid engine problems , the amount of pressure . fuel system must be emptied before CHECK THE OIL : storage for 30 days or longer . Start the engine and let it run until the fuel lines NOTE : The engine was shipped from and carburetor are empty . Use fresh the factory filled with oil . Check the lev - el of the oil . Add oil as needed . fuel next season . See the Storage section in this manual for additional in - TO Add Oil formation . 1 , Make sure the unit is level , Never use engine or carburetor cleaner NOTE : Do not check the level of the products in the fuel tank or permanent damage may occur . oil while the engine runs 12
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Fill the fuel tank only with a fresh , clean , unleaded regular , unleaded pre - equipped with a three - wire _ ARNING : The starter nisd mium , or reformulated automotive gas - power cord and plug a is oline . DO NOT use leaded gasoline . designed to operate on 120 volt AC Make sure that the container you pour household current . It must be prop - the gasoline from is clean and free from erly grounded at all times to avoid rust or other foreign particles . Never the possibility of electrical shock use gasoline that may be stale from which may be injurious to operator . long periods of storage in the container . • Follow all instructions carefully as set forth in the " To Start En - gine " section . mable . Always use caution , _ WARNING : Gasoline is flam - • Determine that your house wiring when handling or storing is a three - wira grounded system . gasoline . Ask a licensed electrician if you • Do not fill fuel tank while snow are not sure . If your house wire thrower is running , when it is hot , system is not a three - wire system , or when snow thrower is in an en - do not use this electric starter un - closed area . der any conditions . • Keep away from open flame or an • If your system is grounded and a electrical spark and do not smoke three - hole receptacle is not avail - while filling the fuel tank . able at the point your starter will • Neverfill the tank completely . Fill normally be used , one should be the tank to within 1 / 4 " - 1 / 2 " from installed by a licensed electrician . the top to provide space for ex - • When connecting 120 volt AC pansion of fuel . " Power Cord " , always connect the • Always fill fuel tank outdoors and cord to the Switch Box on the en - use a funnel or spout to prevent gine first , then plug the other end spilling . into the three - hole grounded re - • Make sure to wipe up any spilled ceptacle . When disconnecting fuel before stating the engine , " Power Cord " , always unplug the • Store gasoline in a clean , ap - end in the three - hole grounded re - proved container and keep the ceptacle first . cap in place on the container . How To Start A Cold Engine TO STOP ENGINE 1 . Be sure auger drive and traction drive levers are in the disengaged To stop engine , move the throttle con - ( RELEASED ) position . trol lever to " STOP " position and re - 2 . Move throttle control to " FAST " move key . Keep the key in a safe position . place . The engine will not start without the key . 3 . Insert the ignition key into the igni - tion slot . Make sure it snaps into TO START ENGINE place . Do not turn key . 4 . Rotate choke knob clockwise to the Be sure that the engine has sufficient choke ON position . oil . The snow thrower engine is 5 . ( Electric Start ) Plug the power cord equipped with a 120 volt A . C . electric starter and recoil starter . Before start - into the switch box on the engine . ing the engine , be certain that you have Plug the other end of power cord read the following information . into a three - hole , grounded 120 VOLT , AC receptacle . 13
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6 . Pushthe primer button as speci - How To Start A Warm Engine fied below . Remove finger from If restarting a warm engine after a short primer button between pushes . shutdown , leave the choke lever in the off position and do not push the primer • Do not push if temperature button . If the engine fails to start , follow above 50 ° F ( 10 ° C ) . the Cold Start instructions . • Push two times if temperature is FROZEN STARTER 50 ° F ( 10 ° C ) to 15 ° F ( - 10 ° C ) . If the starter is frozen and will not turn • Push four times if temperature is engine : below 15 ° F ( - 10 ° C ) . 1 . Pull as much rope out of the starter as possible . • Push five times if temperature is 2 . Release the starter handle and let it below 0 ° F ( - 18 ° C ) . snap back against the starter . Re - 7 . ( Electric Start ) Push down on the peat until the engine starts . starter button until the engine To help prevent possible freeze - up of starts . Do not crank for more than recoil starter and engine controls , pro - 10 seconds at a time . This electric ceed as follows after each snow remov - starter is thermally protected . If al job . overheated it will stop automatically 1 . With the engine running , pull the and can be restarted only when it starter rope hard with a continuous has cooled to a safe temperature ( a full arm stroke three or four times . wait of about 5 to 10 minutes is re - Pulling of starter rope will produce a quired ) . loud clattering sound . This is not 8 . ( Recoil Start ) Rapidly pull the re - harmful to the engine or starter . coil starter handle . Do not allow 2 . With the engine not running , wipe all the recoil starter handle to snap snow and moisture from the carbu - back , Slowly return the recoil start - retor cover in area of control levers . er handle . Also move throttle control , choke control , and starter handle several 9 . If the engine does not start in 5 or 6 times . tries , See Difficult Starting in the " Troubleshooting Table " . gine indoors or in enclosed , 10 . When the engine starts , move the , _ WARNING : Never run en - poorly ventilated areas . En - choke control to " 1 / 2 choke " posi - gine exhaust contains CARBON tion . When engine runs smoothly , move choke control to the off MONOXIDE , AN ODORLESS AND Position . DEADLY GAS . Keep hands , feet , hair and loose clothing away from 11 . ( Electric Start ) First disconnect any moving parts on engine and power cord from receptacle . Then , snow thrower , disconnect the power cord from the switch box . The temperature of muffler and nearby areas may exceed 150 ° F . 12 . Run engine at full throttle " FAST " Avoid these areas . when throwing snow . DO NOT allow children or young Allow the engine to warm up for several teenagers to operate or be near minutes before blowing snow in temper - atures below 0 ° F . snow thrower while it is operat - ing . 14
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TO REMOVE SNOW FROM AUGER stick to remove snow from the auger housing . • Release auger drive lever . to remove snow or debris • Move throttle lever to stop position . A ARNING : Do not attempt that may become lodged in • Remove ( do not turn ) ignition key . • auger without taking the following • Disconnect spark plug wire . precautions : • Do not place your hands in the au - ger or discharge chute . Use the A cleaning stick is attached to the top of the auger housing . Use the cleaning cleaning stick to remove snow . SNOW THROWING TIPS skids upward so that the scraper bar touches the ground . . For maximum snow thrower efficien - . On gravel or crushed rock surfaces , cy in removing snow , adjust ground set the skids at 1 - 1 / 4 " below the speed , NEVER the throttle . Go scraper bar . See To Adjust Skid slower in deep , freezing or wet Height paragraph in the Service & snow . If the wheels slips , reduce Adjustments section of this manu - forward speed . The engine is de - al . Rocks and gravel must not be signed to deliver maximum perfor - picked up and thrown by the ma - mance at full throttle and should be chine . run at this power setting at all times . . After the snow throwing job has , Most efficient snow throwing is ac - been completed , allow the engine to complished when the snow is re - idle for a few minutes , which will moved immediately after if falls . melt snow and accumulated ice off , For complete snow removal , slightly the engine . overlap each path previously taken . . Clean the snow thrower thoroughly 4 . The snow should be discharged after each use . down wind whenever possible . 9 . Remove ice and snow accumulation 5 . and all debris from the entire snow For normal usage , set the skids so that the scraper bar is 1 / 8 " above thrower , and flush with water ( if pos - the skids . For extremely hard - sible ) to remove all salt or other packed snow surfaces , adjust the chemicals . Wipe snow thrower dry . 15
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SERVICERECORDS Fillindatesasyou Before Every Every Every completeregular Each 5 10 25 Each Befe'e SERVICE service . Use Often Hours Hours Hours Season Storage DATES ChainLubrication _ / Change Engine Oil _ " Remove Fuel _ / _ / * Adjust after 2 to 4 hours of use , GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS The warranty on this snow thrower HORSEPOWER 9.5 HP does not cover items that have been DISPLACEMENT 305 cc subjected to operator abuse or negli - BORE 79mm ( 3.12 in . ) gence . To receive full value from the warranty , the operator must maintain STROKE 62mm ( 2.44 in . ) the snow thrower as instructed in this GASOLINE 3 quarts manual . Some adjustments will need CAPACITY ( unleaded ) to be made periodically to properly OIL CAPACITY 28 oz . ( 5W30 ) maintain your snow thrower . SPARK PLUG : AFTER EACH USE Champion RJ19LM ( Gap . 030 in . ) or equivalent • Run the machine to clear the auger of snow . VALVE Intake : 0.004 0.006 in . • To prevent freezing of the auger or CLEARANCE : Exhaust : 0.009 0.011 in . controls , remove all snow and slush ARMATURE from the snow thrower . AIR GAP : 0.010 0.014 in . • Check for any loose or damaged parts . CHAIN LUBRICATION EVERY 25 HOURS • Tighten any loose fasteners . • Check and maintain the auger . 1 . Position speed selector lever in first • Check controls to make sure they ( 1 ) forward gear . are functioning properly . 2 . Stand the snow blower up on the • If any parts are worn or damaged , auger housing end . replace immediately . NOTE : When the crank case If filled with oil , do not leave the SNOW THROWER snow blower standing up on the AUGER DRIVE BELT auger housing for an extended Adjust the auger drive belt after the first period of time . 2 to 4 hours of use , again about mid - 3 , Remove the bottom panel . season and twice each season thereaf - 4 . Lubricate the chains with a chain ter ( See to " Belt Adjustment " in the type lubricant . Service and Adjustment section ) . 16
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, For storage , wipe the hexshaft and Change the oil every twenty - five ( 25 ) sprockets with 5W30 motor oil hours or at least once a year if the snow thrower is not used for twenty - NOTE : Clean all excess grease or oll found on the rubber friction five ( 25 ) hours . wheel or the disc drive plate . TO CHANGE ENGINE OIL 1 . Position the snow thrower so that CAUTION : Do not allow grease or the oil drain plug is at the lowest oil to contact the rubber friction point on the engine . wheel or the disc drive plate , 2 . Remove the oil drain plug and the 6 . Install the bottom panel . oil fill cap / dipstick . Drain the oil into a suitable container . Chain NOTE : The oil will drain more freely when the engine is warm . . After draining all the oil , reinstall the oil drain plug securely . 4 . Fill the engine crankcase with S . A . E . 5W30 motor oil , pouring slowly . DO NOT OVERFILL . See ' qo Add Oil " in the Operation Sec - tion . 13 SPARK PLUG AUGER GEAR BOX Check the spark plug every twenty - five ( 25 ) hours . Replace the spark plug The auger gear box is lubricated at the if the electrodes are pitted or burned or factory and should not require addition - al lubrication . If for some reason the if the porcelain is cracked . lubricant should leak out , have auger 1 . Make sure the spark plug is clean . gear case checked by a competent re - Clean the spark plug by carefully pairman . scraping the electrodes ( do not sand blast or use a wire brush ) . ENGINE 2 . Check the spark plug gap with a LUBRICATION feeler gauge and reset gap to 0.30 " Check the crankcase oil level before if necessary . See Figure 15 . starting the engine and after each five . ( 5 ) hours of continuous use . See Before installing the spark plug , Figure 14 . Add S . A . E . 5W30 motor oil coat the threads lightly with oil for as needed . Tighten fill cap / dipstick se - easy removal . 13ghten the spark curely each time you check the oil lev - plug to a torque of 15 foot - pounds . el . Oil Fill Cap / D Feeler Gauge Spark Plug Figure 15 Figure 14 17
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raise the adjustable skids . Tighten the mounting nuts . See Figure 16 . nect the spark plug wire and , _ WARNING : Always discon - NOTE : For rocky or uneven surfaces , place it where it cannot raise the front of the snow thrower by make contact with spark plug to pre - vent accidental starting when mak - moving the skids down . ing any adjustments or repairs . maintain proper ground , _ WARNING : Be certain to TO ADJUST SKID HEIGHT clearance for your particular This snow thrower is equipped with two area to be cleared . Objects such as height adjustment skids , located on gravel , rocks or other debris , if the outside of the auger housing . See struck by the impeller , may be Figure 16 . thrown with sufficient force to cause These skids elevate the front of the personal injury , property damage or snow thrower . damage to the snow thrower . TO ADJUST SCRAPER BAR Mountin Nuts After considerable use , the metal scrap - er bar will have a definite wear pattern . The scraper bar in conjunction with the skids should always be adjusted to al - , , O low 1 / 8 " between the scraper bar and the sidewalk or area to be cleaned . 1 . Position the snow thrower on a level surface . Auger _ g Height Adjust Skid Figure 16 2 . ' Make sure both tires are equally in - flated . Proper tire pressure is 14 to For normal hard surfaces , such as a 17 PSI . See side of tire for maxi - paved driveway or walk , adjust the mum inflation . Do not exceed maxi - skids as follows . mum sidewall pressure on tire . 1 . Position the snow thrower on a level 3 . Loosen the carriage bolts and nuts surface . securing the scraper bar to the au - 2 . Make sure both tires are equally in - ger housing . flated . Proper tire pressure is 14 to 4 . Adjust the scraper bar to the proper 17 PSI . See side of tire for maxi - position . mum inflation . Do not exceed maxi - mum sidewall pressure on tire . 5 . Tighten the carriage bolts and nuts , making sure that the scraper bar is 3 , Place the extra shear bolts supplied parallel with the working surface . ( found in parts bag ) under each . end of the scraper bar next to the For extended operation , the scraper adjustable skids . bar may be reversed . If the scraper bar must be replaced due to wear , 4 . Loosen the mounting nuts that hold remove the carriage bolts and nuts the adjustable skids . To bring the and install a new scraper bar . front of the snow thrower down , 18
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, BELT ADJUSTMENT Have someone engage auger drive clutch . Check tension on belt ( op - Traction Drive Belt posite idler pulley ) . Belt should de - flect about 1 / 2 inch ( 12.5 mm ) with The traction drive belt has constant moderate pressure ( Figure 18 ) . You spring pressure and does not require may have to move idler pulley more an adjustment . If the traction drive belt than once to obtain the correct ten - is slipping , replace the belt . See " How sion . To Replace The Belts " in the Service And Adjustment section . Augere L Driv Auger Drive Belt / _ Engine " A Po , ey If your snow blower will not discharge J ; 4 ° 1 / 2 inch snow . check the control cable adjust - t " , , _ _ _ ( 12.5mm ) ment . If it is correct , then check the Idler _ . . . . . . , . ( [ t . f ' , , _ , ' ' ' ' _ Deflection condition of the auger drive belt . If it is Pulley 1 " ' , , _ damaged or loose , replace it ( see " How Engaged / , _ " , _ To Replace The Belts " in this section of the manual ) . 1 . Disconnect spark plug wire . 2 . Remove screw from belt cover . Remove belt cover ( see Figure 17 ) . Figure 18 6 . Reinstall belt cover . 7 . Whenever belts are adjusted or re - placed , the cables will need to be adjusted . ( See Cable Adjustment in this section of the manual ) . 8 . Attach the spark plug wire . HOW TO REPLACE THE BELTS The drive belts are of special construc - tion and must be replaced with original equipment replacement belts available from your nearest Sears service center . Some steps require the assistance of a 17 second person . . How To Remove the Auger Drive Belt Loosen nut on auger idler pulley and move auger idler pulley towards If the auger drive belt is damaged , the belt about 1 / 8 inch ( 3 mm ) ( see snow thrower will not discharge snow . Figure 20 ) . Replace the damaged belt as follows . 1 . Disconnect the spark plug wire . 4 . Tighten nut . 2 . Loosen the bolts on each side of the bottom panel ( see Figure 19 ) . 19
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from the engine pulley . Replace 3 , Remove the bottom panel . the auger drive belt with an original Bolt Bottom equipment replacement belt avail - able from a Sears service center . 8 . Install the new auger drive belt onto the auger drive pulley and onto pulley , _ , ' _ " _ ( _ _ / ' Auger 9 , Adjust the auger drive belt . See " How To Adjust The Auger Drive Belt " in the Service And Adjustment section . 10 . Adjust the belt guide . See " How To Adjust The Belt Guide " in the Ser - vice And Adjustment section . Figure 19 11 , Install the belt cover . Tighten 4 . Remove screw from belt cover . screw ( See Figure 17 ) . Remove the belt cover ( see 12 . Check the adjustment of the cables . Figure 17 ) . See " How To Check And Adjust The Cables " in the Service And Adjust - 5 . Loosen the belt guide . Pull the belt ment section . guide away from the auger drive pulley ( see Figure 20 ) . 13 . Install the bottom panel ( see Figure 19 ) , 6 . Pull the idler pulley away from the 14 . Tighten the bolts on each Side of auger drive belt . the bottom panel . 7 . Remove the old auger drive belt 15 . Connect the spark plug wire . from the auger drive pulley and t ' _ ' _ " ) ' _ Traction Drive Belt - Engine Pulley i Belt Guide Auger Drive Pulley Traction Drive Idler Pulley \ Auger Idler Pulley Auger Drive Belt Traction Drive . Spring Traction Drive Belt E - Ring Traction Drive Pulley Swing Plate Axle Rod Pulley Engine Figure 20 20
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How To Remove plate is propedy secured ( see The Traction Drive Belt Figure 21 ) . If the snow thrower will not move for - ward , check the traction drive belt for wear or damage . If the traction drive belt is worn or damaged , replace the belt as follows . ! , Disconnect the spark plug wire . 2 . Remove the auger drive belt . See " How To Remove The Auger Drive Belt " in the Service And Adjustment section . . Remove the e . ring from one end of Alignment Tabs Figure 21 the swing plate axle rod . Remove the swing plate axle rod to allow NOTE : If the drive will not engage after the traction drive belt has the swing plate to pivot forward ( see Figure 20 ) . been replaced , then check to make sure that the swing plate is positioned between the align - 4 . Remove the traction drive spring . ment tabs . . Remove the old traction drive belt 11 . from the traction drive pulley and Install and adjust the auger drive belt . See " How To Remove The Au - from the engine pulley . Replace the traction drive belt with an origi - ger Drive Belt " in the Service And nal equipment replacement belt Adjustment section . available from a Sears service cen - ter . 12 . Adjust the belt guide . See = How To Adjust The Belt Guide " in the Ser - 6 . Install the new traction drive belt vice And Adjustment section . onto the traction drive pulley and onto engine pulley . 13 . Install the bottom panel ( see Figure 19 ) . 7 . Make sure the traction drive idler pulley is properly aligned with the 14 . Tighten the bolts on each side of traction drive belt . the bottom panel . 8 . Attach the traction drive spring . 15 . Install the belt cover . Tighten screw ( see Figure 17 ) . 9 . Install the swing plate axle rod and secure with the e - ring removed 16 . Check the adjustment of the cables . earlier . See " How To Check And Adjust The Cables " in the Service And Adjust - ment section . 10 . The bottom of the swing plate must be positioned between the align - ment tabs . Make sure the swing 17 . Connect the spark plug wire . 21
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BELT GUIDE ADJUSTMENT " Z " Fitting 1 . Remove spark plug wire . 2 . Have someone engage auger drive . 3 . Measure the distance between the belt guide and belt . The distance should be 1 / 8 inch ( 3.175 ram ) for guide . See Figure 22 . Figure 23 Belt Guide f 1 / 8 Inch 2 . The canter of the " Z " fitting should " " ( 3.175 rnm ) Auger Idler I _ be between the center and top of Pulleyaged the hole in the clutch lever . Adjust Eng either the auger drive cable or the traction drive cable as as necessary according to the following instruc - tions . Auger Drive Cable Adjustment 1 . Run the engine until the fuel tank is Figure 22 empty and the engine stops . 2 . Stand the snow thrower up on the 4 . If adjustment is necessary , loosen front end of the auger housing . belt guide mounting bolt . Move belt guide to the correct position . Tight - 3 . Push cable through spring to ex - en mounting bolt . pose the threaded portion of the 5 . Reinstall belt cover . cable ( see Figure 24 ) . 6 . Reconnect spark plug wire . HOW TO CHECK AND ADJUST THE CABLES Square The cables are adjusted at the factory and no adjustment should be neces - sary . If the cables have become Cable Spring stretched or are sagging adjustment will be necessary . Whenever belts are adjusted or re - O placed , the cables will need to be ad - Locknut justed . To check for correct adjustment , un - hook " Z " fitting at clutch lever ( see Figure 24 Figure 23 ) . 1 . Move clutch lever to the full forward , Hold square end of threaded portion position ( just contacting plastic with pliers and adjust Iocknut in or bumper ) . Holding cable tight , note out until correct adjustment is reached . Pull cable back through position of fitting to hole in clutch le - ver . spring and connect cable . 22
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TRACTION DRIVE CABLE ADJUSTMENT 7 . Push the bottom of the traction 1 . Run the engine until the fuel tank is drive cable through the cable ad - empty and the engine stops . justment bracket until the " Z " 2 . Stand the snow thrower up on the hook can be removed . front end of the auger housing . 3 . Loosen the bolts on each side of 8 . Remove the " Z " hook from the the bottom panel ( see Figure 25 ) . cable adjustment bracket . Move the " Z " hook down to the next ad - justment hole . Bolt Bottom Panel 9 . Pull the traction drive cable up through the cable adjustment \ bracket . 10 . Put the cable boot over the cable adjustment bracket . 11 . Install the " Z " hook to the traction Housing drive lever ( see Figure 23 ) . 12 . To check the adjustment , depress the drive lever and check the length of one of the drive springs . In cor - rect adjustment , the length of the \ _ Bolt drive spring is : minimum 3 " ( 76 ram . ) Figure 25 maximum 3 - 3 / 8 " ( 85 mm . ) ( see Figure 27 ) . 4 . Remove the bottom panel . 5 . Disconnect the " Z " fitting from the drive lever ( see Figure 23 ) . 6 . Slide the cable boot off the cable adjustment bracket ( see Figure 26 ) . Traction / Drive Spring Figure 27 DriveCable / / / / Cable Adjustment / _ " Z " Hook Bracket Figure 26 23
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5 . Install the bottom panel ( see HOW TO ADJUST OR REPLACE THE FRICTION WHEEL Figure 28 ) . 6 . Tighten the bolts on each side of the bottom panel . How To Check The Friction Wheel Bolt Bottom Panel If the snow thrower will not move for - ward , check the traction drive belt , the traction drive cable or the friction wheel . If the friction wheel is worn or damaged , i _ _ _ 2 , , er it must be replaced . See " How To Re - p | ace the Friction Wheel " in this section . _ . Housing If the friction wheel is not worn or dam - aged , check as follows . 1 . Run the engine until the fuel tank is empty and the engine stops . 2 . Stand the snow thrower up on the front end of the auger housing Figure 28 ( see Figure 28 ) . 3 . Disconnect the spark plug wire . 4 . Loosen the bolts on each side of the bottom panel ( see Figure 28 ) . 5 . Remove the bottom panel . 6 . Position the shift speed lever in the lowest forward speed . 7 . Note the position of the friction wheel ( see Figure 29 ) . The correct distance " A " from the right side of the friction wheel to the outside of the motorbox is as follows : Figure 29 Tire Size Distance " A " 12 and 13 inch 4 - 1 / 8 " Speed Control Rod 16 inch 4 - 5 / 16 " If the friction wheel is not in the correct position , adjust according to the following instructions . How To Adjust The Friction Wheel 1 . Position the shift speed lever in the lowest forward speed . 2 . Loosen the bolts on the speed control rod ( see Figure 30 ) . 3 . Move the friction wheel to the cor - rect position ( see Figure 29 ) . 4 . Tighten the bolts on the speed Figure 30 control rod ( see Figure 30 ) . 24
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How To Replace The Friction Wheel If the friction wheel is worn or damaged , the snow thrower will not move forward . The friction wheel must be replaced as follows . Bolt . Run the engine until the fuel tank is Wheel Bottom Panel empty and the engine stops . Figure 31 2 . Stand the snow thrower up on the front end of the auger housing ( 4 ) . ( see Figure 28 ) . 3 . Disconnect the spark plug wire . 4 . Remove the fasteners that secure the right wheel . Remove the right wheel from the axle ( see Figure 31 ) 5 . Loosen the bolts on each side of the bottom panel . . Remove the bottom panel . Chain Figure 32 7 . Remove the fasteners that secure the drive sprocket to the axle ( see Figure 32 ) . = ! . Remove the left wheel , axle , and drive sprocket . , Remove the four bolts that hold the Bolts bearings on each side of the hex shaft ( see Figure 33 ) . 10 . Remove the hex shaft and bear - ings . Figure 33 NOTE : Take special note of the posi - tion of the washers on the hex shaft . 25
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11 . Remove the three fasteners that 17 . Check the adjustment of the friction hold the friction wheel to the hub wheel . See " How To Adjust The Friction Wheel " in this section . ( see Figure 34 ) . 18 . Make sure the friction wheel and the 12 . Remove the friction wheel from the disc drive plate are free from grease hub . Slip the friction wheel off the or oil . hex shaft . 19 . Install the bottom panel ( see 131Assemble the new friction wheel Figure 31 ) . onto hub with the fasteners re - 20 . Tighten the bolts on each side of moved earlier . the bottom panel . 14 . Install the hex shaft and bearings 21 . Install the right wheel to the axle with the four bolts removed earlier with the fasteners removed earlier . ( see Figure 35 ) . 22 . Connect the spark plug wire . Make sure the washers are prop - Friction Fasteners erly installed in the original posi - Hub Wheel tion . Also , make sure the two washers are properly aligned with the actuator arms . Hex Shaft 15 . Make sure the hex shaft turns free - ly . 16 . Install the left wheel , axle , and drive sprocket with the fasteners removed earlier . Install the chain Fasteners onto the drive sprocket ( see Figure 34 Figure 32 ) . ! asher Bearings Actuator Arms Beadngs / Washer / Washer Washer Figure 35 26
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HOW TO REPLACE 2 . Disconnect the spark plug wire . Make sure all moving parts have THE AUGER SHEAR BOLT stopped . The augers are secured to the auger 3 . Align the hole in the auger with the shaft with special shear bolts . These hole in the auger shaft . Install the shear bolts are designed to break and new shear pin and spacer . See protect the machine if an object be - Figure 36 . comes lodged in the auger housing . Do 4 . Connect the spark plug wire . not use a harder bolt as the protection provided by the shear bolt will be lost . arPn protect the machine , use , _ WARNING : For safety and to only original equipment shear bolts . To replace a broken shear bolt , proceed as follows . Extra shear bolts were pro - vided in the assembly parts bag . _ _ J " / " _ Figure 36 1 . Move the throttle control to the stop position . Disengage all controls . TO ADJUST THE CARBURETOR If you think your carburetor needs ad - the engine above the factory high justing , contact your nearest Sears Ser - speed setting can be dangerous . If you vice Center . Engine performance think the engine - governed high speed should not be affected at altitudes up to needs adjusting , contact your nearest Sears Service Center , which has the 7,000 feet . For operation at higher elevations , contact your nearest Sears proper equipment and experience to Service Center make any necessary adjustments . For the location of the nearest Sears Ser - IMPORTANT : Never tamper with the vice Center , call Sears Service at engine governor , which is factory set for 1 - 800 - 4 - MY - HOME ® . proper engine speed . Over - speeding 27
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1 . Run the engine until the fuel tank is snow thrower indoors or in empty and the engine stops . _ ARNING : Never store your an enclosed , poorly venti - 2 . If you do not remove the gasoline , lated area . If gasoline remains in the use fuel stabilizer supplied with unit tank , fumes may reach an open or purchase Craftsman Fuel Stabi - flame , spark or pilot light from a fur - lizer No . 3550 . Add fuel stabilizer to nace , water heater , clothes dryer , any gasoline left in the tank to mini - cigarette , etc . mize gum deposits and acids . If the fuel tank is almost empty , mix stabi - To prevent damage ( if snow thrower is lizer with fresh gasoline in a sepa - not used for more than 30 days ) follow rate container and add some to the the steps below . fuel tank . SNOW THROWER 3 . Always follow the instructions on the 1 . Thoroughly clean the snow thrower . stabilizer container . After the stabi - 2 . Lubricate all lubrication points . See lizer is added to the fuel tank , run the Maintenance section . the engine at least ten minutes to allow the mixture to reach the car - 3 . Be sure that all nuts , bolts and buretor . screws are securely fastened . In - spect all visible moving parts for 4 . Change the engine oi ! . damage , breakage and wear . Re - 5 . Lubricate the piston / cylinder area . place if necessary . First , remove the spark plug and 4 . Touch up all rusted or chipped paint squirt a few drops of clean engine surfaces ; sand lightly before paint - oil into the spark plug hole . Next , ing . cover the spark plug hole with a rag to absorb oil spray . Then , pull two or 5 . Cover the bare metal parts of the three times on the recoil starter rope blower housing auger and the im - to rotate the engine . Finally , install peller with rust preventative , such the spark plug and attach the spark as a spray lubricant . plug wire . NOTE : A yearly checkup or tune - up by a Sears service center is a good way of OTHER ensuring that your snow thrower will provide maximum performance for the 1 . If possible , store your snow thrower next season . indoors and cover it to give protec - 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 . 28
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TROUBLE CAUSE CORRECTION Difficult starting Defective spark plug . Replace spark plug . Remove fuel from fuel tank . Water or dirt in fuel system . Add fresh fuel . Engine runs erratically Blocked fuel line , empty gas Clean fuel line ; check fuel tank , or stale gasoline supply ; add fresh gasoline Engine stalls Unit running on CHOKE . ! Set choke lever to OFF ; position . Engine runs erratic ; Water or dirt in fuel system . Remove fuel from fuel tank . Loss of power Add fresh fuel . Excessive vibration Immediately stop engine . Loose parts : damaged impeller Remove ignition key . Tighten all fasteners and make all lecessary repairs . If vibration continues , take the unit to a Sears service center . Traction drive belt loose or Unit fails to propel itself l Replace traction drive belt . damaged . Incorrect adjustment of Adjust traction drive cable . traction drive cable Worn or damaged friction Replace friction wheel . wheel , Unit fails to discharge Auger drive belt loose or Adjust auger drive belt ; snow replace if damaged . damaged . Auger control cable not Adjust auger control cable . adjusted correctly . Shear bolt broken Replace shear bolt 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 . 29
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SEARS , ROEBUCK AND CO . Federal and California Emission Control Systems LimitedWarranty Small Off - Road Engines quired maintenance listed in your Owner's CALIFORNIA & US EPA EMISSION 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 written evidence ( " EPA " ) , the California Air Resources Board of the performance of all scheduled mainte - ( " CARB " ) and Seam , 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 . Seam , 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 Seam , Roebuck and Co . Autho - Your emission control system may include rized Service Outlet , or by contacting Seam , parts such as the carburetor , ignition system Roebuck and Co . at 1 - 800 - 473 - 7247 . and exhaust system . Also included may be the compression release system and other emis - IMPORTANT NOTE sion - related assemblies . This warranty statement explains your rights Where a warrantable condition exists , Seam , and obligations under the Emission Control Roebuck and Co . will repair your small off - System Warranty " ( ECS Warranty " ) which is road engine at no cost to you for diagnosis , provided to you by Sears , Roebuck and Co . parts and labor . pursuant to Califomia law . See also the Seam , Roebuck and Co . Limited Warranties for MANUFACTURER'S EMISSION Seam , Roebuck and Co . which is enclosed CONTROL SYSTEM WARRANTY therewith on a separate sheet and also is pro - COVERAGE vided to you by Sears , Roebuck and Co . The ECS Warranty applies only to the emission Emission control systems on 1995 and later control system of your new engine . To the ex - model year California small off - road engines tent that there is any conflict in terms between are warranted for two years as hereinalter the ECS Wairanty and the Seam , Roebuck noted . In other states , 1997 and later model and Co . Warranty , the ECS Warranty shall ap - year engines are also warranted for two years . ply except in any circumstances in which the If , during such warranty period , any emission - Seam , Roebuck and Co . Warranty may pro - related part on your engine is defective in ma - vide a longer warranty period . Both the ECS terials or workmanship , the part will be Warranty and the Sears , Roebuck and Co . repaired or replaced by Sears , Roebuck and Warranty describe important rights and obliga - Co . tions with respect to your new engine . Warranty service can only be performed by a OWNER'S WARRANTY Seam , 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 of sale to the odginal purchaser . The purchas - responsible for the performance of the re - 3O
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er shallpayanychargesfor makingservice Sears , Roebuck and Co . according to Subsec - tion 4 below . Any such part repaired or re - callsand / orfor transportingthe productsto andfromtheplacewheretheinspection and / placed under the ECS Warranty shall be or warranty work is performed . The purchaser warranted for any remainder of the ECS War - shall be responsible for any damage or loss in - ranty Period . curred in connection with the transportation of 2 . Any warranted , emissions - related part any engine or any part ( s ) thereof submitted for which is scheduled only for regular inspection inspection and / or warranty work . as specified in the Owner's Manual shall be warranted for the ECS Warranty Period . A If you have any questions regarding your war - statement in such written instructions to the ef - ranty rights and responsibilities , you should fect of " repair or replace as necessary " , shall contact Sears , Roebuck and Co . at 1 - 800 - 473 - 7247 . not reduce the ECS Warranty Pedod . 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 - rcad 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 _ he part fails prior to the first sched - A . APPLICABILITY : This warranty shall apply utad 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 - read rized Service Outlet . engines is : 5 . The owner shall not be charged for diagnos - 1 . Designed , built and equipped so as to con - tic labor which leads 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 1 and 2 , Part 5 , Division 26 is performed at a Sears , Roebuck and Co . Au - of the Health and Safety Code , and thorized Service Outlet . 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 all by a failure under warranty of an emission - re - material respects to the part as described in lated part covered by the ECS Warranty . the engine manufacturer's application for certi - 7 . Throughout the ECS Warranty Period , fication . Sears , Roebuck and Co . shall 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 parts . 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 Manual 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 31
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EMISSION - RELATED PARTS useshallnotreduceSears , RoebuckandCo . ECSWarrantyobligations . INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING : 1 . Carburetor Assembly and its Internal Com - 9 . Unapproveaddd - onormodifiedpartsmay ponents notbe used to modify or repair a Sears , Roe - buck and Co . engine . Such use voids this ECS a ) Fuel filter Warranty and shall be sufficient grounds for b ) Carburetor gaskets disallowing an ECS Warranty claim . Sears , c ) Intake pipe Roebuck and Co . shall not be liable hereunder 2 . Air Cleaner Assembly for failures of any warranted parts of a Sears , 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 EPNCARB Sears , Roebuck and Co . , Hoffman Estates , IL 60179 U . S . A . 32
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CRAFTSMAN 9.5HP SNOW THROWER 536.881951 PANEL 770 771 771 772 773 772 Key No . Part No . Description 770 1501203E549 PANEL 771 002x99 BOLT , CARRIAGE 772 71067 WASHER 773 15X145 NUT , 1 / 4 - 20 NYLOCK YZ DECALS Part No . Description DECAL DANGER CHUTE - HAND * 48x5580 DECAL DANGER & FOOT * 48x5286 DECAL DANGER STRIPE " 48x5578 48x5590 DECAL TRACTON / AUGER DRIVE - ENGAGE * 48x5626 DECAL SPEED SELECT * DECAL TOOL BOX - BELT COVER * 760983 48x5613 NAMEPLATE , CRAFTSMAN • 48x5846 DECAL , 9,5 / 29 CRAFTSMAN * 48x5599 DECAL , CLEAN / CLEAR BRUSH * 48x5712 DECAL , OPEl * 48x5554 DECAL , ELECTRIC START * 198511 OWNER'S MANUAL , ENGLISH / SPANISH 33 " Not Illustrated
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CRAFTSMAN 9.5HP SNOW THROWER 536.881951 ENGINE 16 \ 28 \ 17 20 18 22 12 / 5 25 - 2 13 / lO 1 / 15 6 25 - 1 11 4 25 - 3 \ 8 25 - 4 / 25 - 2 / / 9 Ref . Drive Page Ref . Auger 3 Housing Page 34
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CRAFTSMAN 9.5HP SNOW THROWER 536.881951 ENGINE Key No . Part No . Description 6219 POWER CORD , ENGINE 2 ENGINE , B & S , Model Number 20A114 - 0363 - E1 ( See Breakdown ) 3 002x97 BOLT , CARRIAGE 5 / 16 - 18 x 1 - 1 / 2 4 028x76 RETAINER , PUSH 5 710026 LOCKNUT , HEX 5 / 16 - 18 6 15011O9 PULLEY , ENGINE 7 710247 WASHER . 481D x 1.00 8 71063 WASHER , SPLIT LOCK . 381D 9 71015 SCREW , 3 / 8 - 24 x 1.00 10 579932 BELT , V 3L 33.13LG 11 585416 BELT , V 4L 38.1MF16 " 5 - 10 12 1501112 YZ BRACKET ASSEMBLY , IDLER 13 1501065 BUSHING , IDLER BRACKET 14 71060 WASHER , SPLIT LOCK 5 / 16 15 710097 SCREW 5 / 16 - 24 x 3 / 4 16 53704 SPRING , IDLER TRACTION DRIVE 17 1502120 PULLEY , IDLER 18 590 NUT , HEX , JAM 3 / 8 - 16 20 1501201 GUIDE , BELT 22 71060 WASHER , SPLIT LOCK . 31 x . 58 x . 08 24 710097 SCREW , 5 / 16 - 24 x 3 / 4 25 . . . . . . FRAME ASSEMBLY 25 - 1 1501062E201 PLATE , ENGINE MOUNT 25 - 2 310169 SCREW , TAP 1 / 4 - 20 x . 63 25 - 3 25x020 SCREW , TAP 5 / 16 - 18 x . 50 25 - 4 1501049E201 FRAME , MOTOR BOX 26 1501214 KEY , ENGINE 27 226482 DEFLECTOR , MUFFLER 28 810140 SCREW , MUFFLER DEFLECTOR - - 198511 OWNER'S MANUAL 35
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CRAFTSMAN 9.5HP SNOW THROWER 536.881951 ELECTRIC STARTER 8 9 7 Key No , Part No . Description 6 6218 MOTOR , STARTER 7 6216 SCREW 8 6217 SCREW 9 6219 CORD , STARTER 36
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CRAFTSMAN 9 . SHP SNOW THROWER 536.881951 FRAME 169 160 106 162 \ 105 108 \ / 111 Ref . Auger Housing Ref . Engine " _ Page Page 167 I " 162 Ref . Drive Page 91 122 168 103 149 107 Key Key No . Part No . Description No . Part No . Description 90 1501055E701 COVER , BO'I - FOM 122 25x021 SCREW , TAPPING 91 310169 SCREW 1 / 4 - 20x . 91 123 25x020 SCREW 5 / 16 - 18xl / 2 103 1501226YZ PULLEY , IDLER IDLER , AUGER 148 50793 105 711682 PIN , HAIR 149 590 NUT , JAM 3 / 8 - 16 106 761761 PIN , CLEVIS 160 1502167 COVER , BELT 107 165x159 SCREW 1 / 4 - 20 x 3 / 4 SPRING , TENSION 162 26x306 SPRING ATTACH 166 71067 108 761675 YZ WASHER , FLAT SPACER 110 585781 BOLT , CARR . 168 1502041 111 711617 WASHER , FLAT 169 760539 LID , TOOL BOX 170 761187 PAD , FOAM 37
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CRAFTSMAN 9.5H P SNOW TH ROWER 536.881951 DRIVE Ref . Shift Yoke Page Ref . Frame 229 225 \ Re [ Wheel Page 2O6 227 \ 201 ! F / 236 ! 204 203 230 207 J 215 Ref . Wheel 238 210 Page 208 212 218 213 38
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CRAFTSMAN 9.5HP SNOW THROWER 536.881951 DRIVE Key No . Part No . Description 200 1501092 YZ LF AXLE , SWING PLATE YZ 201 579851 CHAIN , ROLLER # 42x19.00 203 334163 BEARING AND RETAINER , ASSY WASHER 204 579858 206 25x020 SCREW , TAP 5 / 16 - 18x0.5 207 1501100 ASSY , HEX SHAFT 208 579868 CHAIN , ROLLER # 36x18.00 LG 210 337029 BEARING , TRUNION CLUTCH R 212 1501435 WHEEL , FRICTION DISC 213 001x38 SCREW , 1 / 4 - 20 x 0.63 215 303008 NUT , KEPS HEX 1 / 4 - 20 217 579859 RING , RETEXT ( 5100 - 59 ) 218 579858 WASHER 220 334163 BEARING AND RETAINER , ASSY 221 25x020 SCREW , TAP 5 / 16 - 18 x . 5 223 1501115 ASSY , FRICTION PULLEY 225 1501057YZ LF PLATE , SWINGING YZ 226 1501158 SPACER , FRICTION PULLEY 227 15Xl14 NUT , FLANGE LOCK 3 / 8 - 24 229 11x30 RETAINER , RING ( 5133 - 43 ) 230 1501107 YZ LF ASSY , SPRING LINK YZ 232 11x30 RETAINER , RING ( 5133 - 43 ) 234 165Xl12 SPRING , EXTENSION 236 1501090 WLD , INTERMED SPROCKET 33T / 7 238 71074 WASHER , FLAT 239 0011x2 RETAINER , RING ( 5100 - 50 ) 39
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CRAFTSMAN 9.5HP SNOW THROWER 536.881951 AUGER HOUSING 481 / 482 527 490 500 J 528 522 523 491 526 525 493 511 522 523 520 \ Ref . Gear 524 500 Case Page 521 526 524 510 541 \ \ 527 542 540 40
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CRAFTSMAN 9.5HP SNOW THROWER 536.881951 AUGER HOUSING Key No . Pa _ No . Description 480 1501211 PULLEY , V4L 8.4X . 67 481 577400 SCREW , 5 / 16 - 18X . 63 482 2001022 KEY , SQUARE 3 / 16 X 3 / 4 485 1501158 SPACER , FRICTION PULLEY 490 582957 YZ RETAINER , BALL BRNG 491 1501389 BEARING , BALL 493 340720 BOLT , CARRIAGE 5 / 16 - 18 x 1 / 2 499 710026 NUT , 5 / 16 - 18 HEXWDFLLK 500 1501697E201 HOUSING , ASSY 510 760660E701 BLADE , SCRAPER 511 001X45 BOLT , 5 / 16 - 18 X 3 / 4 514 710026 NUT , 5 / 16 - 18 520 1501196E701 AUGER , ASSY , LH 521 1501197E701 AUGER , ASSY , RH 522 9524 SCREW 1 / 4 - 20 x 1 - 3 / 4 523 3943 SPACER , SLEEVE 524 73826 NUT , 1 / 4 - 20 525 9517 BEARING , FLANGE 526 711862 NUT , 5 / 16 - 18 527 9357 SCREW , 5 / 16 - 18 X 3 / 4 528 1501158 SPACER , FRICTION PULLEY 540 309016E701 SKID , HEIGHT ADJUST 541 9O8156 BOLT , 5 / 16 - 18 X . 50 542 710026 NUT , 5 / 16 - 18 550 1501576 BRUSH , CLEANOUT 551 1501672 CLIP , RETAINER 552 06x115 SCREW # 10 - 24 x 1 - 1 / 4 553 15x146 NUT , NYLOCK # 10 - 24 554 578063 BLOCK - - 1501227 KIT , SHEAR BOLT 41
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CRAFTSMAN 9.5H P SNOW TH ROWER 536.881951 DISCHARGE CHUTE 597 603 601 669 611 667 Ref . Auger Housing Page 42
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CRAFTSMAN 9.5HP SNOW THROWER 536.881951 DISCHARGE CHUTE Key No . Part No . Description 582 2X100 BOLT , 5 / 16 - 18 X 1.00 CARG . 583 71071 WASHER , FLAT 584 71038 NUT , 5 / 16 - 18 NYLOCK 596 71071 WASHER 597 1501260 KNOB , WiNG 3.00 599 002x97 BOLT , 5 / 16 - 18X1.5 600 762222 CHUTE ASSEMBLY 601 2X100 BOLT . CAR RIAGE 5 / 16 - 18X 1 602 71071 WASHER , FLAT 603 71038 NUT , 5 / 16 - 18 HEXNYL 606 1501932 YZ CHUTE COLLAR 607 02X101 SCREW , 1 / 4 - 20 X . 75 609 15x145 NUT , 1 / 4 - 20 HEX NYLOCK 610 337227 RETAINER RING INNER 611 1501282 RETAINER RING OUTER . 43
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CRAFTSMAN 9.5HP SNOW THROWER 536.881951 GEAR CASE 340 341 327 326 304 324 323 \ 325 / / 322 306 \ / / 324 304 301 303 310 \ 320 313 315 314 311 303 Key Key NO . Part No . Description No . Part No . Description 3O0 10577 CASE , GEAR , RH 320 50221 BRNG , FL 301 10576 CASE , GEAR , LH 321 1501191 SHAFT , INPUT 303 710025 SCREW 1 / 4 - 20X3 / 4 322 580295 COLLAR , THRUST 304 15X143 LOCKNUT 1 / 4 : 20 323 454565 PIN , SPRING 1 / 4 x 1 - 1 / 4 3O6 9344 SCREW , PLUG 324 48275 WASHER , FLAT 310 9566 SEAL , OIL 325 50684 BRNG , ROLL 311 50304 BEARING , FL 326 50304 BRNG , FL 312 48275 WASHER , FLAT 327 9566 SEAL , OIL 313 1501190 IMPELLER SHAFT , OUTPUT 340 1501188E701 314 51279 GASKET 341 454565 PIN , SPRING 1 / 4 x 1 - 1 / 4 315 51405 GEAR , WORM 333431 10oz GREASE 316 431787 KEY , WOODRUFF # 6 * ( NOT ILLUSTRATED ) 44
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CRAFTSMAN 9.5H P SNOW THROWER 536.881951 SHIFT YOKE 792 801 791 80O 814 813 802 ! 812 Part No . Key No . Description 790 336702E701 ROD , SHIFT 791 302628 SCREW , 1 / 4 - 20X . 75 792 73826 NUT , 1 / 4 - 20 796 331624 KNOB , SLIP 800 760564 LEVER , SPRING 801 302628 SCREW , 1 / 4 - 20X . 75 8o2 73826 NUT , 1 / 4 - 20 812 1501085 YZ ROD ASSY . , SPEED SELECT 813 11X30 RETAINER , RING ( 5133 - 43 ) 814 579944 BEARING , FLANGED 45
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CRAFTSMAN 9.5HP SNOW THROWER 536.881951 HANDLE 731 729 734 73 C . 730 / 739 729 74O 720 724 727 726 741 725 755 " _ 746 727 750 751 / 757 725 743 756 744 758 ! 762 759 745 760 46
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CRAFTSMAN 9.5H P SNOW THROWER 536.881951 HANDLE Key No . Pad No . Description 720 1501205E701 HANDLE , UPPER , LH ( includes GRIP ) 721 1501206E701 HANDLE , UPPER , RH ( includes GRIP ) 724 11234 SCREW , 5 / 16 - 18X2.75 725 71071 WASHER , FLAT 726 71060 WASHER , SPTLK . 31X . 58X . 08 727 15x144 NUT , 5 / 16 - 18 REGHEX YZ 728 11261 STOP , RED PLASTIC 730 400114 LEVER , CLUTCH DRIVE , RH ( includes GRIP ) 731 400115 LEVER , CLUTCH DRIVE , LH ( includes GRIP ) 733 337381 ROD , PIVOT CLUTCH 734 761105 NUT , PUSH ON CAP 735 337373 SPACER - HANDLE 739 4049 BUMPER , RECTANGLE 740 1501123 CABLE , CLUTCH 741 761872 CABLE , AUGER CLUTCH 743 313441 BRACKET , CABLE ADJUSTER 744 1673 SPRING , AUGER CLUTCH 745 15x145 NUT , 1 / 4 - 20 NYLOCK YZ 746 308146 BOOT , CABLE SPRING 750 339541E701 HANDLE , LOWER 751 25x021 SCREW , TAP 5 / 16 - 18 X 0.75 755 337407E701 BRKT , GEAR SELECTOR 756 6751 SCREW , 5 / 16 - 18X2.00 757 313441 PLATE , ADJUSTING 758 001798 BOLT , HEX 1 / 4 - 20 X 1.50 759 579860 SPOOL - CABLE , AUGRT CLUTCH 760 1501059 YZ BRACKET , CABLE SPOOL YZ 762 1501122 CABLE , LOWER DRIVE 12 " 47
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CRAFTSMAN 9.5H P SNOW TH ROWER 536.881951 CHUTE ROD 856 855 854 855 J Ref . Handle Assy 861 870 852 - 9 / 852 - 5 852 - 8 852 - 13 Ref . Auger Housing Assy 852 - 10 852 - 1 852 - 2 852 - 6 869 / / / 852 - 7 852 - 3 48
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CRAFTSMAN 9.5H P SNOW TH ROWER 536.881951 CHUTE ROD Key No . Part No . Description 852 - 1 1501309 YZ ASSEMBLY , YOKE & ROD 852 - 2 164x37 WASHER , COMPRESSION SPRING 852 - 3 1501067 GEAR , CHUTE ROTATION 9T 852 - 5 579493 PIN , CON'ER 852 - 6 1501306E701 BRACKET , GEAR MOUNT 852 - 7 1501293 PIN , HAIR 852 - 8 1501075 YZ ASSEMBLY , YOKE ADAPTER YZ 852 - 9 711682 PIN , HAIR 852 - 10 578060 PiN , UNIVERSAL JOINT 852 - 1 1 578309 PIN , CLEVIS 852 - 13 578063 HOUSING , UNIVERSAL 854 51443 KNOB , CRANK 855 309312 FLATWASHER 856 73664 NUT , PUSH EYE BOLT 3 / 8 - 16X6.00 860 1501456 861 148 GROMMET , EYE BOLT 863 71045 NUT , 3 / 8 - 16 HEXJAM 864 71072 FLATWASH ER . 406X . 81 X . 066 867 71046 NUT , 3 / 8 - 16 HEXNYL 868 002X98 BOLT , CARRIAGE 1 / 4 - 20 X 1.00 869 15X145 NUT , 1 / 4 - 20 NYLOCK YZ 870 1501074 YZ CRANK , ASSY CHUTE 49
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CRAFTSMAN 9.5HP SNOW THROWER 536.881951 WHEELS 679 678 / 673 675 671 654 678 650 . 655 / 652 676 Ref . Drive Page 655 671 673 677 Description Key No . Pa _ No . 650 1501563 SHAFT , AXLE 652 1501089 SPRKT & HUB 653 01x193 SCREW , 1 / 4 - 20 x 1.75 654 15X145 NUT , 1 / 4 - 20 HEX NYLOCK YZ 655 1501114 BEARING , AXLE 671 712120 WASHER , FLAT 673 1501138 BUSHING , WHEEL TIRE & RIM - RIGHT 675 1501808 676 577015 SCREW , 1 / 4 - 20X1.75 HH 677 15X145 NUT , 1 / 4 - 20 HEX NYLOCK YZ 678 239 RING , RET 679 73842 PIN , KLIK . 25 X 1.38 DIA 680 1501809 TIRE & RIM - LEFT 5O
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BRIGGS & STRATTON ENGINE MODEL NO . 20C214 - 0530 - E1 [ 1019 LABEL KIT ] 307 L I 48 SHORT BLOCK I 725 _ 9 REPLACEMENT ENGINEI 1330 REPAIR MANUAL I 21 _ 12 358 ENGIN E GASKET SET 1 _ 3 ( _ 51 _ 51A 1095 VALVE GASKIETSET 51
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BRIGGS & STRATTON ENGINE MODEL NO . 20C214 - 0530 - E1 914 1238 _ _ 121 CARBURETOR OVERHAUL _ JT _ _ 1o4 , _ _ . I _ . - - _ _ ' VI _ i _ 0 . _ , , _ _ o " _ , oi _ . / / _ i _ < _ , I 1 _ < : _ 1230 _ 564 61 281 52
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BRIGGS & STRATTON ENGINE MODEL NO . 20C214 - 0530 - E1 _ 8732 1288A _ 7 , 72 _ 119eIP 12ee 731A ' 11 528 _ 1 _ 52 gl _ 23 853 _ IOOE 1119 _ ' 366 _ 1070 332 334 53
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BRIGGS & STRATFON ENGINE MODEL NO . 200214 - 0530 - E1 KEY PART KEY PART NO , NO , DESCRIPTION NO . NO . DESCRIPTION 1 695464 Cylinder Assembly 98 695408 Q Kit - Idle Speed 2 698340 Kit - Bushing / Seal 104 694918 e Pin - Float Hinge ( Magneto Side ) 105 696136 _ Valve - Float Needle 3 391086 • Seal - Oil ( Magneto Side ) 108 696736 Valve - Choke 5 697233 Head - Cylinder 109 696735 Shaft - Choke 7 694872 . + Gasket - Cylinder Head 117 696134 _ ) Jet - Main ( Standard ) 11 696750 Tube - Breather 118 696135 E ) Jet - Main ( High Altitude ) 12 694953 . Gasket - Crankcase 121 696146 Kit - CarburetorOverhaul 13 690360 Screw ( Cylinder Head ) 122 694876 + e : l : Spacer - Carburetor 15 695757 Plug - OU Drain 125 696737 Carburetor 15A 691686 Plug - Oil Drain 127 690727 _ Plug - Welch 16 696412 Crankshaft 130 696139 Valve - Throttle 18 696914 Cover - Crankcase 133 694914 Float - Carburetor 19 698340 Kit - Bushing / Seal 135 696142 Tube - Fuel Transfer ( PTO Side ) 137 695426 e _ : Gasket - Float Bowl 20 391086 • Seal - Oil ( PTO Side ) 146 690979 Key - Timing 21 281658 Cap - Oil Fill 187 698080 Line - Fuel 22 695174 Screw 188 690877 Screw ( Control Bracket ) ( Crankcase Cover / Sump ) 190 692127 Screw ( Fuel Tank ) 23 695485 Flywheel 192 690083 Adjuster - RockerArm 24 222698 Key - Flywheel 209 695491 Spring - Governor 25 695457 Piston Assembly 219 693578 Gear - Governor ( Standard Size ) 220 691724 Washer ( Governor Gear ) 695459 Piston Assembly 222 694866 Braeket - Con _ ' el ( . 020 " Oversize ) 227 694864 Lever - Governor Control 26 694004 Ring Set ( Standard Size ) 281 697268 Panel _ Control 694008 Ring Set ( . 020 " Oversize ) 287 691693 Screw ( Dipstick Tube ) 27 690975 Lock - Piston Pin 300 699211 Muffler 28 696581 Pin - Piston 304 791479 Housing - Blower 29 694691 Rod - Connecting 305 691108 Screw ( Blower Housing ) 30 694692 Dipper - Connecting Rod 306 697240 Shield - Cylinder 32 690976 Screw ( Connecting Rod ) 307 691660 Screw ( Cylinder Shield ) 33 499596 Valve - Exhaust 309 698112 Motor - Starter 34 697464 Valve - Intake 332 694685 Nut ( Flywheel ) 35 694865 Spring - Valve ( Intake ) 333 495859 Armature - Magneto 36 694865 Spring - Valve ( Exhaust ) 334 691061 Screw 42 499586 Keeper - Valve ( Magneto Armature ) 45 690977 Tappet - Valve 337 691043 Plug - Spark 46 790496 Camshaft 347 698338 Switch - Rocker 48 790841 Short Block 356 692603 Wire - Stop 51 694874 - + E ) : 1 : Gasket - Intake 358 695438 Gasket Set - Engine 51A 694875 , + O : 1 : Gasket - Intake 369 695422 Spring - Float Bowl 53 696753 Stud ( Carburetor ) 383 19374 Wrench - Spark Plug 55 696710 Housing - RewindStarter 455 697226 Cup - Flywheel 58 693389 Rope - Starter 456 692299 Plate - Pawl Friction ( Cut to Required Length ) 459 281505 PawI - Ratchet 60 695740 Grip - Starter Rope 472 790472 Knob - Choke Shaft 65 697725 Screw ( Rewind Starter ) 474 791743 Alternator 95 690718 Screw ( Throttle Valve ) 505 691251 Nut 97 696387 Shaft - Throttle 54 ( Governor Control Lever )
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BRIGGS & STRATTON ENGINE MODEL NO . 200214 - 0530 - E1 KEY PART KEY PART DESCRIPTION NO . NO . DESCRIPTION NO . NO . 976 790221 Primer - Carburetor 523 790477 Dipstick 977 696147 Gasket Set - Carburetor 524 691876 Seal - O Ring ( Dipstick Tube ) 990 695756 Key Set 525 790478 Tube - Dipstick 998 696683 Pipe - Oil 528 696751 Hose - Primer 1005 694684 Fan - Flywheel 529 791822 Grommet 1019 7 £ 0459 Kit - Label 1022 6 £ 0971 ° + Gasket - Rocker Cover 552 694674 Bushing - Governor Crank 1023 698042 Cover - Rocker 562 691119 Bolt 1026 695177 Rod - Push ( Governor Control Lever ) 564 790282 1029 690972 Arm - Rocker Screw ( Control Cover ) 592 690800 1036 790466 Label - Emissions Nut ( Rewind Starter ) 597 691696 Screw 1070 691058 Screw ( Flywheel Fan ) 1095 695440 Gasket Set - Valve ( Pawl Friction Plate ) 601 95162 1100 690973 Pivot - Rocker Arm Clamp - Hose Cover - Control 604 696758 1119 691183 Screw ( Alternator ) 604A7 £ 0473 Cover - Control 1127 695407 Screw ( Float Bowl ) 608 699335 Starter - Rewind 1171 696754 Stud 613 695312 Screw ( Muffler ) ( Rocker Arm Cover ) 613A696705 Screw ( Muffler ) 1196 696692 Screw ( Snow Hood ) 615 694676 Retainer - Governor Shaft 1210 498144 Pulley / Spring Assembly 616 694675 Crank - Governor ( Pulley ) 632 695917 Spring / Link 1211 498144 Pulley / Spring Assembly ( Mechanical Governor ) ( Spring ) 633 690998 _ : Seal - Choke / Throttle Shaft 1230 696747 Stud ( Control Bracket ) 635 691909 1251 696762 Shield - Snow Boot - Spark Plug 663 790282 1251A 790472 Shield - Snow Screw ( Control Panel ) 689 691855 Spring - Friction 1252 696763 Screw ( Snow Shield ) 697 698113 Screw ( Starter Motor ) 1275 696757 Nut ( Rocker Cover ) 718 690959 Pin - Locating 1288 696757 Nut ( Snow Hood ) 718A695178 Pin - Locating 1288 A698111 Nut ( Snow Hood ) 725 696756 Shield - Heat 1298 698111 Knob - Snow Hood 727 697465 Cover - Starter Drive 1329 20B414 - 0017 Replacement Engine 731 790470 Hood - Snow 1330 276355 Repair Manual 731A790454 Hood - Snow 1351 790017 Stud ( Cylinder Shield ) 732 691097 Screw 1352 790026 Nut ( Spark Plug Shield ) ( Starter Drive Cover ) 741 691288 Gear : Timing Included in Engine Gasket Set 742 692564 Retainer - E Ring ( Key Number 358 ) 746 694679 Gear - Idler 798 697890 Included in Carburetor Overhaul Kit Screw ( Rocker Cover ) 847 790476 Dipstick / Tube Assembly ( Key Number 121 ) 851 692424 Terminal - Spark Plug 868 690968 • + Seal - Valve : I : Included in Carburetor Gasket Set 883 695398 • + Gasket - Exhaust ( Key Number 977 ) 892 696749 Switch - Key + Included in Valve Gasket Set 914 693732 Screw ( Rocker Cover ) Guard - Rewind 930 696709 ( Key Number 1095 ) 957 694261 Cap - Fuel Tank - Fuel 972 694260 NOTE : All component dimensions given in 975 696138 Bowl - Float 55 U . S . inches . 1 inch = 25,4 mm
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OPERACl0N . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 PIEZAS DE REPUESTO . . . . . . . . . . 33 MANTENIMIENTO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 PIEZAS DE REPUESTO MOTOR . . . 51 SERVlClO Y AJUSTES . . . . . . . . . . 73 GARANTiA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 ALMACENAMIENTO . . . . . . . . . . . . 83 REGLAS DE SEGURIDAD . . . . . . . . 56 TABLA DE LOCALIZACION Y SiMBOLOS INTERNACIONALES . . . 59 REPARACION DE AVER [ AS . . . . . 84 PEDIDO DE PIEZAS / SERVlCIO . . . . 88 ENSAMBLAJE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 GARANT | A UMITADA DE DOS AI ; IOS PAPA EL QUITANIEVES CRAFTSMAN Durante dos aSos a partir de la fecha de compra , siempre que a este quitanieves Craftsman se le de mantenimiento , lubricacibn y afinamiento de acuerde con las instrucciones de operacibn y man - tenimiento presentadas en el manual del usuario , Sears reparar & sin cargo alguno , cualquier defec - to en material y mano de obra . Si este quitanieves Craftsman es usade con prop6sitos comarciales o de arrendamiento , esta ga - rantia sera v _ lida solamente por 90 dias a partir de la fecha de compra . Esta garantia no cubre Io siguiente : • Elementos de desgaste normal , tales coma bujias , correas de transmisibn y pasaderes de segu - ridad . • Reparaciones necesarias debido al abuso o negligencia del operader , incluyende varillas dobla - dos y otras reparaciones necesarias por falta del mantenimiento a la unidad segt _ nIo recomen - dado en las instrucciones contenidas en el manual del propietario . EL SERVICIO DE GARANTJA SE PUEDE OBTENER LLEVANDO EL QurrANIEVES AL CEN - TRO DE SERVIClO SEARS MAS CERCANO EN LOS ESTADOS UNIDOS . ESTA GARANTtA ES VALIDA SOLO CUANDO ESTE PRODUCTO ES USADO EN LOS ESTADOS UNIDOS . Esta garantia le otorgaderechos legales especificos , y asimismo es posibleque tenga otros dere - chos loscuales varian de un estado a otto . Sears , Roebuck and Co . , D817WA , Hoffman Estates , IL 60179 Preste atenci n a este s mbolo , le indicaDrecauciones de seguridad importantes . Significa - - iiiATENCION ! ! ! iiiEST ¢ : ALEI _ TA ! ! ! Se trata de su seguridad . Siempre desconecte , _ ADVERTENCIA : el cable de la bujla y Las emanaciones de escape producidas por este col6quelo alejado de 6sta para prevenir un arranque motor y ciertos componentes de esta m _ quina con - accidental durante la prepa - tienen qulmicos reconocidos por el Estado de Cali - raci6n mantenimlento o al - fornia come carcin6genos , tambi6n pueden produ - cir defectos en los reci6n nacidos o causar otros da - macenamiento del quitanie - yes . nos al sistema reproductivo . Los bomes , terminales y accesorios relacionados IMPORTANTE : Para prevenir con la baterfa contienen plomo y compuestos del lesiones , las normas de segud - plomo , adem _ s de sustancias qulmicas que el Esta . dad exigen controles en la unidad do de California reconoce que estos compuestos que sblo puedan ser manejados pueden causar c _ ncer y defectos como carcin6ge - en presencia del operador . Su has , adem _ s estas sustancias pueden producir da - quitanieves est _ equipado con hos cong6nitos , a los bebds y adem _ s de otros da - dichos controles . Por ning _ n mo - nos al sistema reproductivo humane . DEBE LAVAR - tivo intente pasar por alto la fun - SE MUY BIEN LAS MANOS DESPUI _ S DE MANIPU - cibn del control en presencia del LAR ESTOS COMPONENTES . operador . 56
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CAPACITACI6N y / o del sol hace que el combustible se expanda . 1 . Lea con atenci6n las instrucciones en el manual de operaci6n y servicio . Familiarl - 5 . Para todos los quitanieves con motores cese completamente con los controles y de arranque el _ ctdco , use cables de ex - tensi6n con certificaci6n CSNUL . Use el use apropiado del quitanieves . Apren - da a detener el quitanieves y a desen - solamente tomacordentes que hayan si - ganchar rt = pidamente los controles . do instalados de acuerdo con los regla - mentos de inspecci6n locales . 2 . Nunca permita a nifios operar el quita - 6 . Jam _ s intente efectuar ning0n ajuste nieves . Nunca permita que adultos ope - ren el quitanieves sin la instrucci6n mientras el motor se encuentra en mar - apropiada . cha ( excepto cuando el fabdcante Io re - comiende as { especfficamente ) . 3 . Mantenga el drea libre de personas , es - pecialmente nifios pequefios y mascotas . 7 . Permita que el motor y el quitanieves se ajusten alas temperaturas exteriores an - 4 . Tenga mucho cuidado para evitar resba - tes de comenzar a despejar la nieve . Iones o cafdas , especialmente cuando est _ retrocediendo . 8 . Siempre use gafas de seguridad o pro - tectores para los ojos durante la opera - PREPARACI ( N ci6n o mienbas efectlJa algen ajuste o reparaci6n a la unidad , para proteger sus , Inspeccione completamente el _ rea don - ojos de objetos extrafios que pudiesen de se usar _ el quitanieves y retire todas ser lanzados per el quitanieves . las esteras , tdneos , tableros , cables , y o _ os objetos extrafios . OPERACI ( SN . Desenganche todos los embragues antes 1 . No opere este quitanieves si est _ toman - de hacer arrancar el motor . do medicinas que puedan causar somno - 3 . No opere el quitanieves sin vestir pren - lencia o afectar su habiUdad para operar das de invierno adecuadas para trabajar el quitanieves . a la intempede . Vista calzado que le d _ 2 . No use el quitanieves si per motivos buena tracoi6n sobre superficies resbalo - emocionales o flsicos se le diflculta ma - sas . nejado de forma segura . , Maneje el combustible con cuidado ; _ ste 3 . No coloque las manos o los pies cerca o es altamente inflamable . debajo de piezas en movimiento . Man - ( a ) Use un contenedor aprobado para t _ ngase en todo momento a buena dis - combustible . tancia de la abertura del tubo de descarga . ( b ) Nunca quite la tapa del tanque de 4 . Tenga mucho cuidado al operar el quita - combustible ni afiada combustible a nieves en o a trav _ s de entradas de au - un motor en marcha o a un motor ca - tos , senderos o caminos de grava . liente . Mant _ ngase alerta de peligros ocultos o tr _ fico . ( c ) Llene el tanque de combustible al ai - . re libre y con muchocuidado . Nurica Si golpea un objeto extrafio , pare el mo - Ilene el tanque en un recinto cerrado . tor , desconecte el cable de la bujia , ins - peccione meUculosamente el quitanieves ( d ) Vuelva a colocar la tape del tanque por si hubiera algl3n dafio , y rep _ relo an - de combustible de manera segura , y tes de arrancar el motor y operar el quita - limpie el combustible derramado . nieves nuevamente . 6 . Si el quitanieves comienza a vibrar de Nunca almacene combustible o el ( e ) manera excesiva , pare el motor y revise - quitanieves con combustible en el Io inmediatamente para encontrar la cau - tanque dentro de un edit ] do donde sa . Generalmente , la vibraci6n es una los vapores pudiesen alcanzar algu - advertencia de alglJn problema . na llama abierta o chispas . 7 . Pare el motor cuando deje la posici6n de ( 1 ) Vedflque que el quitanieves tenga operaci6n , antes de desebstruir el aloja - suficiente combustible antes de cada miento de la barrena / propulsor o el tubo uso , y deje un espacio adicional en el de descarga , y cuando efectOe cualquier tanque puesto que el calor del motor reparacidn , ajuste o inspeccidn . 57
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ruedas , juegos de arranque el _ ctrico , 8 . CuandoUmpier , epareo inspeccione el etc . ) . quitanieves , aseg _ rese de que la barre - na / propulsor y todas las partes mOviles 19 . Nunca opere el quitanieves sin tener bue - se encuentren detenidas , y que redes los na visibilidad o UuminaciOn . Aseg _ rese controles est _ n desenganchados . Desco - siempre que tiene buena estabilidad , y necte el cable de la bujla y mant _ ngalo sujete con firmeza el mango . Camine ; alejado de la buj { a para evitar un arran - nunca corra . que accidental . 20 . No trate de alcanzar _ reas diflciles . Man - 9 . Tome todas las precauciones posibles al tenga la estabUidad y el balance en tedo dejar el quitanieves desatendido . Desen - memento . ganche la barrena / propulsor , pare el me - 21 . No trate de usar el quitanieves para lim - tory retire la Ilave . piar techos . 10 . No haga arrancar el motor en recintos cerrados , excepto para arrancar y para transportar el quitanieves hacia adentro o MANTENIMIENTO Y hacia afuera del recinto . Abra las puertas ALMACENAMIENTO que dan al exterior ; los vapores de esca - Revise los pernos con frecuencia para pe son peligrosos ( conUenen MON ( SXI - 1 . asegurar que esten bien apretados y que DO DE CARBONO , un GAS INODORO y el quitanieves est _ en condiciones segu - LETAL ) . ras de funcionamiento . 11 . No use el quitanieves para limpiar _ treas 2 . Nunca guarde el quitanieves con com - de terreno inclinadas ( cuestas , pendien - bustible en el tanque dentro de un recinto tes ) . Tenga mucho cuidado cuando cam - donde hubieran fuentes de igniciOn tales bie de direcciOn . No intente limpiar come calentadores de agua y estufas , pendientes muy pronunciadas . secadoras de ropa , y similares . Permita 12 . Nunca opere el quitanieves sin que los que el motor se enfr [ e antes de guardar resguardos , placas u otros dispositivos el quitanieves en cualquier recinto . de seguridad se encuentren en su lugar . 3 . Siva a almacanar el quitanieves per un 13 . Nunca opere el quitanieves cerca de es - perfodo prolongado , siempre consulte las caparates de vidrio , automOviles , vidrie - instrucciones del manual del operador ras , sitios de carga / descarga , y similares , donde encontrar _ consejos importantes . sin el ajuste apropiado del _ lngulo de des - 4 . Mantenga o reemplace las etiquetas de carga de la nieve . Mantenga a los nifios y seguridad e instrucciones , segOn sea ne - las mascotas alejados del _ rea que est _ cesado . despejando . Mantenga el quitanieves en marcha unos 14 . No sobrecargue la capacidad del quita - 5 . cuantos minutes despu _ s de despejar la nieves al intentar limpiar la nieve a una nieve , para evitar que se congele la ba - velocidad demasiado r _ lpida . rrena / propulsor . 15 . Nunca opere el quitanieves a altas veloci - dades de transporte sobre superficies resbalosas . Mire hacia atr _ ls y tenga cui - dado al retrocader . es para uso en aceras , entradas A ADVERTENCIA : Este qultanieveste - de auto y otras superficies de 16 . Nunca descargue directamente hacia es - rreno planas . Se debe tener cuidado al pectadores ni permita a nadie frente al usar el quitanleves en superficies IncUna - quitanieves . das . NO USE EL QUITANIEVES EN SU - 17 . Desenganche la fuerza motriz de la ba - PERFICIES SOBRE EL NIVEL DEL SUELO rrena / propulsor cuando el quitanieves tales como techos de residenclas , de ga - sea trasportado o no est _ en use . rajes , porches u otras estructuras o cons - 18 . Utilice Onicamente aditamentos y acceso - trucciones similares . dos aprobados per el fabricante del quita - nieves ( tales come cadenas para las 58
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IMPORTANTEM : uchosdeestossfmbolos 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 el objeUvo de cada s | mbolo . SIMBOLOS DE CONTROL Y OPERACI6N Despacio R _ , pido Arranque el6ctrico Arranque de motor @ @ o I Motor en marcha Motor apagado Apagado Encendido H N Ahogador Ahogadoro desactivado activad Neutro Acelerador Q Q Ignlci6n Ignici6nda dosactivada activa Bot6n cebador Llave de encendido t T Embrague Embrague de propulsi6n Marcha atr _ s de barrena Avarice [ ÷ 6 ] O Colector Oprima para accionar de barrena Transmisi6n el arranque el6ctrico . Enganchar 59
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SJMBOLOS DE CONTROL Y OPERACION Mezcla de combustible Combustible Aceite y aceite Descarga hacia la Descarga hacia Descarga hacia la Descarga hacia DERECHA ARRIBA IZQUIERDA ABAJO Llave de encendido Transferancia de peso Transferencia de peso Insertar para marcha , Presione el pedal Levante el mango para desenganchar . Retirar para parar . para enganchar . Simbolos de advertencia de seguridad PELIGRO PELIGRO Objstos lanzados . Objetos lanzados . Mantanga alejados a Mantenga alejados a ADVERTENClA los transe _ ntes . los transedntes . PELIGRO PELIGRO IMPORTANTE Evite las lesiones que puede . Pare el motor Lea el manual del causar la barrena rotatoria antes de desatascar propletario antes de Mantenga las manos , los pies y el tubo de descarga . la ropa fuera de su alcance . operar esta m = _ quina . ADVE RTENCIA PARE Superficie caliente 6O
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74515X145 Nut hex 1/4-
746308146 Clutch boot
750339541E701 Mp handle, l
75125X021 Screw.31-18x
755337407E701 Mp brkt gea
7566751 Screw fuel
757313441 Bracket cable
758001798 Bolt, hex 1/4-20 x 1.50
759579860 Spool
7601501059YZ S bracket cable
7621501122 Front drive cable
048X5580 Information
01501227 Kit shear pi
0333431 Lubriplate g
048X5286 Decal danger
048X5578 Decal thrown
048X5590 Traction decal
048X5626 Decal speed
0760983 Decal
048X5613 Decal
048X5599 Decal brush
048X5554 Decal
0198511 Owner's manual, english/spanish
048X5846 Decal, 9.5/29 craftsman
048X5712 Decal, opei
000852-11501309YZ Yokerod asm
000852-10578060 Universal joint pin
000852-11578309 Lf pin clevi
000852-13578063 Housing, universal
000852-2164X37 Compression spring
000852-31501067 Gear
000852-5579493 Cotter pin
000852-61501306E701 Mount brackt
000852-71501293 Chute pin - hairpin
000852-81501075YZ Yoke adapter
000852-9711682 Pin hairpin
85451443 Knob sleeve
855309312 Flat washer
85673664 Nut push on
8601501456 Eyebolt.38-1
861148 Eye grommet
86371045 Nut, 38-16
86471072 Washer 8pk
86771046 Nut
868002X98 Bolt, carriage 1/4-20 x 1.00
86915X145 Nut hex 1/4-
8701501074YZ Chute crank
048X5580 Information
01501227 Kit shear pi
0333431 Lubriplate g
048X5286 Decal danger
048X5578 Decal thrown
048X5590 Traction decal
048X5626 Decal speed
0760983 Decal
048X5613 Decal
048X5599 Decal brush
048X5554 Decal
0198511 Owner's manual, english/spanish
048X5846 Decal, 9.5/29 craftsman
048X5712 Decal, opei
6501501563 Shaft, axle
6521501089 Axle sprocket
65301X193 Bolt-hex.25-
65415X145 Nut hex 1/4-
6551501114 Earing axle
671712120 Flat washer
6731501138 Bushing wheel
6751501808 Tire & rim r
676577015 Screw shr 1/
67715X145 Nut hex 1/4-
678239 Ring ret tru
67973842 Pin klik .25
6801501809 Tire & rim l