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JCRRFTSMRN ° ] Operator's Manual Snow Thrower 3.8 Horsepower 4 - Cycle Engine 21 - inch Single Stage Auger Propelled Model 536.885202 CAUTION : Before using this product , read this manual and follow all of its Safety Rules and Operating Instructions . Manual del usario Quitanieves de 21 pulgadas 3.8 caballos de fuerza ( hp ) Monoet _ pico Propulsado por barrena Modelo 536.885202 PRECAUCI6N : Antes de usar este producto , lea este manual y siga todas las reglas de seguridad e instrucciones de operaci6n . Sears , Roebuck and Co . , Hoffman Estates , IL 60179 U . S . A . F - 021002C www . sears . com / craftsman
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i q : 1 " ] l _ [ o _ [ o [ o ] _ ii _ il , , l WARRANTY STATEMENT . . . . . . 2 STORAGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 SAFETY RULES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 TROUBLESHOOTING CHART . . . 24 INTERNATIONAL SYMBOLS . . . . 5 REPAIR PARTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 ENGINE REPAIR PARTS . . . . . . . . 34 OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 SPANISH ( ESPAI _ IOL ) . . . . . . . . . . 40 MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 PARTS ORDERING / SERVICE . . SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENT . . . 18 BACK COVER LIMITED ONE - YEAR WARRANTY ON CRAFTSMAN SNOW THROWER For one year 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 rightswhich may vary from state to state . Sears , Roebuck and Co . , D817WA , Hoffman Estates . IL 60179 GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS The warranty on this snow thrower does Horse Power : 3.8 not cover items that have been sub - jected to operator abuse or negligence . Displacement : 10 cu . in . To receive full value from the warranty , Fuel Tank : 1 quart the operator must maintain the snow thrower as instructed in this manual . Spark Plug : Champion RJ19LM Some adjustments will need to be made Gap 0.030 periodically to properly maintain your NOTE : Engine horsepower ratings snow thrower . may vary by engine adjustments , All adjustments in the Service and Ad - manufacturing variances , altitude , at - justments section of this manual must mospheric conditions , fuel and main - be checked at least once each season . tenance . F - 021002C
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IT MEANS - - ATTENTION ! H BECOME ALERT ! H YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED . LOOK FOR THIS SYMBOL TO POINT OUT IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS . 2 . Disengage all clutches before starting the engine ( motor ) . 3 . Do not operate the snow thrower without wearing adequate winter outer garments . Engine Exhaust , some of its con - Wear footwear that will improve footing on stituents , and certain vehicle com - slippery surfaces . ponents contain or emit chemicalsto 4 . Handle fuel with care ; it is highly flam - known to the State of California mable . cause cancer and birth defects or a . Use an approved fuel container . other reproductive harm . b . Never remove fuel tank cap or add fuel to a running engine ( motor ) or hot en - Battery posts , terminals and re - gine ( motor ) . lated accessories contain lead and lead compounds , chemicals c . Fill fuel tank outdoors with extreme known to the State of California to care . Never fill fuel tank indoors . cause cancer and birth defects or d . Replace fuel cap securely and wipe up other reproductive harm . WASH spilled fuel . HANDS AFTER HANDLING . e . Never store fuel or snow thrower with fuel in the tank inside of a building where fumes may reach an open flame the spark plug wire and place it _ b WARNING : Always disconnect where it cannot make contact or spark . with spark plug to prevent accidental f . Check fuel supply before each use , al - starting during : Preparation , Mainte - lowing space for expansion as the heat nance , or Storage of your snow thrower . of the engine ( motor ) and / or sun can IMPORTANT : Safety standards require oper - cause fuel to expand . ator presence controls to minimize the risk of in - 5 . For all snow thrower with electric starting jury . Your snow thrower is equipped with such motors use electric starting extension controls . Do not attempt to defeat the function cords certified CSA / UL Use only with a re - of the operator presence control under any cir - ceptacle that has been installed in accord - cumstances . ance with local inspection authorities . 6 . Never attempt to make any adjustments TRAINING while the engine ( motor ) is running ( except 1 . Read this operating and service instruction when specifically recommended by manu - manual carefully . Be thoroughly familiar facturer ) . with the controls and the proper use of the 7 . Let engine ( motor ) and snow thrower ad - snow thrower . Know how to stop the snow just to outdoor temperatures before starting thrower and disengage the controls quick - to clear snow . ly . 8 . Always wear safety glasses or eye shields 2 . Never allow children to operate the snow during operation or while performing an ad - thrower . Never allow adults to operate the justment or repair to protect eyes from snow thrower without proper instruction . foreign objects that may be thrown from the 3 . Keep the area of operation clear of all per - snow thrower . sons , particularly small children and pets . OPERATION 4 . Exercise caution to avoid slipping or falling 1 . Do not operate this snow thrower if you are especially when operating in reverse . taking drugs or other medication which can PREPARATION cause drowsiness or affect your ability to operate this snow thrower . 1 . Thoroughly inspect the area where the s - now thrower is to be used and remove all 2 . Do not use the snow thrower if you are doormats , sleds , boards , wires , and other mentally or physically unable to operate the foreign objects . snow thrower safely . F - 021002C
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_ o _ " , ] IMPORTANT : Many of the following symbols are located on your snow thrower or on litera - ture supplied with the product . Before you operate the snow thrower , learn and understand the purpose for each symbol . Control And Operating Symbols Slow Fast Electric Start Engine Start Engine Run I H N On Choke Off Choke On Neutral Engine Off Engine Stop G G Throttle Primer Button Ignition Key Ignition Off Ignition On Drive Clutch Forward Reverse Auger Clutch Auger Collector Engage Push To Engage Fuel Oil Fuel Oil Mixture Electric Starter Discharge DOWN Discharge UP Discharge LEFT Discharge RIGHT Weight Transfer Weight Transfer Transmission Ignition Key Lift Handle To Depress Pedal Insert To Run , Engage To Disengage Pull Out To Stop . F - 021002C 5
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_ o _ Safety Warning Symbols O A DANGER DANGER WARNING Thrown Objects . Thrown Objects . Keep Bystanders Away . Keep Bystanders Away . IMPORTANT DANGER DANGER Read Owner's Manual Avoid Injury From Stop The Engine Before Operating Rotating Auger . Keep Before Unclogging This Machine . Hands , Feet And Discharge Chute ! Clothing Away . WARNING STOP Hot Surface F - 021002C 6
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Contents of Parts Bag ( actual size ) 1 - Owner's Manual ( not shown ) 1 - Packet of Fuel Stabilizer ( not shown ) 1 - Container 5W30 Oil 2 . Locate all parts packed separately and remove from the carton . safety glasses or eye shields _ ARNING : Always wear while assembling snow NOTE : Place fuel stabilizer in a thrower . safe place until needed for storage . 3 . Remove and discard the packing material from around the snow TOOLS REQUIRED thrower . 1 - Knife to cut carton 4 . Cut down all four corners of the car - ton and lay the panels flat . Figure 1 shows the snow thrower in the 5 . Loosen the knobs holding the upper operating position . handle to the lower handle ( See Figure 2 ) . Raise the upper handle to References to the right or left hand side the operating position . Tighten the of the snow thrower are from the view - knobs . point of the operator's position behind the unit . 6 . Roll snow thrower off the carton by pulling on the lower handle . CAUTION : DO NOT back over Auger Drive Lever cables . Auger Drive Cable 7 . Remove the packing material from handle assembly . Chute Crank Deflector Assembl , Upper Handle Figure 1 Knob HOW TO REMOVE FROM THE CARTON 1 . Locate and remove container of Figure 2 Craftsman 5W30 oil . F - 021002C
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_ " CHECKLIST While learning how to use your snow Before you operate your new snow thrower , pay extra attention to the fol - thrower , to ensure that you receive the lowing important items : best performance and satisfaction from this quality product , please review the _ ' Engine oil is at proper level . following checklist : _ ' Make sure gas tank is filled properly _ ' All assembly instructions have been with clean , fresh , unleaded gasoline . completed . _ ' Become familiar with all controls - _ ' The discharge chute rotates freely . their location and function . Operate _ ' No remaining loose parts in carton . controls before starting engine . F - 021002C 8
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[ e ] _ _ z _ _ _ di [ e ] _ I 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 Recoil Starter Handle Chute Deflector Discharge Chute Lever Choke Control Primer Button Figure 3 Auger Drive Lever - Starts and stops Ignition Lever - Must be moved to the the auger . on position to start the engine . Recoil Starter Handle - Starts the en - Crank Assembly - Changes the direc - tion of snow throwing through the dis - gine manually . charge chute . Choke Control - Used to start a cold Chute Deflector - Changes the distance engine . the snow is thrown . Primer Button - Injects fuel directly into the carburetor manifold for fast starts in Discharge Chute - Changes the direc - tion the snow is thrown . cold weather . F - 021002C 9
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[ e ] _ _ z _ _ _ di [ e ] _ I any snow thrower can result Manual before operating _ ARNING : The operation of _ ARNING : Read Owner's machine . Never direct dis - in foreign objects being thrown into the eyes , which can re - charge toward bystanders . Stop the sult in severe eye damage . Always engine before unclogging discharge wear safety glasses or eye shields chute or auger housing and before while operating the snow thrower . leaving the machine . We recommend standard safety glasses or use a wide vision safety TO STOP YOUR mask over your glasses . SNOW THROWER 1 . To stop throwing snow , release the auger drive lever . See Figure 3 . NOTE : If the snow thrower contin - HOW TO MOVE FORWARD ues to slowly move forward , see 1 . Hold the auger drive lever against " How To Adjust The Auger Control the handle ( See Figure 5 ) . The au - Cable " in the Service And Adjust - ger will begin rotating . ment Section . 2 . To go forward , raise the handle to 2 . To stop the engine , move the igni - allow the rubber auger blades to tion lever to the off position . contact the ground . Maintain a firm hold on the handle as the snow thrower starts to move forward . Guide the snow thrower by moving TO CONTROL SNOW DISCHARGE the handle either left or right . Do 1 . Turn the chute control rod to set the not attempt to push the snow throw - direction of the snow throwing . er . 2 . Loosen the wing knob on the chuteo 3 . To stop , release the auger drive le - deflector and move the deflector t ver . set the distance . Move the deflector NOTE : If the auger continues to rotate , ( Up ) for more distance , ( Down ) for see " How To Adjust The Auger Control less distance . Then tighten the Cable " in the Service and Adjustments wing knob ( See Figure 4 ) . section . Deflector Down Deflector Up Figure 4 Wing Knob Auger HOW TO THROW SNOW 1 . Engage the auger drive lever . 2 . To stop throwing snow , release the Figure 5 auger drive lever . F - 021002C 10
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FILL OIL : NOTE : S . A . E . 5W30 motor oil may be used to make starting easier in areas NOTE : Engine may already contain where temperature is consistently 20 ° F . some residual oil . Check frequently or lower . when filling the crankcase . DO NOT overfill . The snow thrower was shipped with a OII Fill Cap / Dipstick container of 5W30 motor oil . This oil must be added to the engine before op - erating . 1 . Remove the oil fill cap / dipstick and fill the crank case to " FULL " line on dipstick . DO NOT overfill . See Figure 6 . NOTE : Oil level must be between full and Add mark . 2 . Tighten the fill cap / dipstick securely Figure 6 each time you check the oil level . FILL GAS : and carburetor are empty . Use the car - buretor bowl drain to empty residual The engine is certified to comply with gasoline from the float chamber . Use California and US EPA emission regula - fresh fuel next season . See the Stor - tions for ULGE ( Utility or Lawn and Gar - age section in this manual for additional den Equipment ) engines . ULGE information . engines are certified to operate on reg - ular unleaded gasoline . Never use engine or carburetor cleaner products in the fuel tank or permanent fuels ( called gasohol or _ ARNING : Alcohol blended damage may occur . those using ethanol or methanol ) can attract moisture 1 . Fill the fuel tank only with a fresh , which leads to separation and clean , unleaded regular , unleaded formation of acids during storage . premium , or reformulated automo - Acidic gas can damage the fuel sys - tive gasoline . DO NOT use leaded tem of an engine while in storage . gasoline . Make sure that the con - tainer you pour the gasoline from is NOTE : To avoid engine problems , the clean and free from rust or other for - fuel system must be emptied before eign particles . Never use gasoline storage for 30 days or longer . Start the that may be stale from long periods engine and let it run until the fuel lines of storage in the container . F - 021002C 11
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How To Start A Cold Engine mable . Always use caution 1 . Move the ignition lever to the on _ ARNING : Gasoline is flam - when handling or storing position . gasoline . 2 . When starting the engine , do not • Do not fill fuel tank while snow engage the auger drive lever . 3 . Move the choke control to the FULL thrower is running , when it is hot , or when snow thrower is in an en - choke position . closed area . 4 . Push the primer button while cov - ering the vent hole as follows : Re - • Keep away from open flame or an move finger from primer button electrical spark and do not smoke between primes . while filling the fuel tank . • Do not prime if temperature • Never fill the tank completely . Fill above 50 ° F ( 10 ° C ) . the tank to within 1 / 4 " - 1 / 2 " from • Push two times if temperature is the top to provide space for ex - 50 ° F ( 10 ° C ) to 15 ° F ( - 10 ° C ) . pansion of fuel . • Push four times if temperature is • Always fill fuel tank outdoors and below 15 ° F ( - 10 ° C ) . use a funnel or spout to prevent • Push five times if temperature is spilling . below 0 ° F ( - 18 ° C ) . • Make sure to wipe up any spilled 5 . Pull the recoil starter handle rapid - fuel before stating the engine . ly ( See Figure 7 ) . Do not allow the • Store gasoline in a clean , ap - handle to snap back , but allow it to proved container and keep the rewind slowly while keeping a firm cap in place on the container . hold on it . Pull starter handle repidly . BEFORE STARTING THE ENGINE 1 . Before you service or start the en - gine , familiarize yourself with the snow thrower . Be sure you under - stand the function and location of all controls . 2 . Be sure that all fasteners are tight . 3 . Before starting the engine , make sure all controls operate correctly . Figure 7 HOW TO STOP THE ENGINE 6 . As the engine warms up , move To stop the engine , move the ignition choke control to 1 / 2 choke posi - lever to the OFF / STOP position . tion . When engine runs smoothly , move choke lever to OFF Position . HOW TO START THE ENGINE NOTE : Allow the engine to warm up for several minutes before blowing snow in ( RECOIL STARTER ) temperatures below 0 ° F . Make sure that the engine has sufficient oil . The engine is equipped with a recoil How To Start A Warm Engine starter . Before starting the engine , make certain that you have read the fol - If restarting a warm engine after a short lowing information . shutdown , leave choke at " OFF " and do 12 F - 021002C
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[ e ] _ _ z _ _ _ di [ e ] _ I not push the primer button . If the en - gine fails to start , follow the Cold Start gine indoors or in enclosed , _ ARNING : Never run en - instructions . poorly ventilated areas . En - gine exhaust contains CARBON MONOXIDE , AN ODORLESS AND FROZEN STARTER DEADLY GAS . Keep hands , feet , If the starter is frozen and will not turn hair and loose clothing away from engine : any moving parts on engine and snow thrower . 1 . Pull as much rope out of the starter as possible . • The temperature of muffler and 2 . Release the starter handle and let it nearby areas may exceed 150 ° F . snap back against the starter . Avoid these areas . If the engine still fails to start , repeat the • DO NOT allow children or young two previous steps until the engine teenagers to operate or be near starts . Then continue with the direc - snow thrower while it is operat - tions for cold start . ing . To help prevent possible freeze - up of recoil starter and engine controls , pro - HOW TO REMOVE OBJECTS ceed as follows after each snow remov - FROM AUGER al job . 1 . With the engine running , pull the starter rope hard with a continuous to remove any item that may _ ARNING : Do not attempt full arm stroke three or four times . become lodged in auger Pulling of starter rope will produce a without taking the following precau - loud clattering sound . This is not tions : harmful to the engine or starter . • Release auger drive lever . 2 . With the engine not running , wipe all • Move the ignition lever to the stop snow and moisture from the carbu - position to stop the engine . retor cover in area of control levers . • Disconnect spark plug wire . Also move throttle control , choke control , and starter handle several • Do not place your hands in the au - times . ger or discharge chute . Use a pry bar . SNOW THROWING TIPS 4 . Whenever possible , discharge the snow down wind . 1 . When the handle is raised , the au - 5 . The distance the snow will be dis - ger blades will engage the groundfor - and the snow thrower will move charged can be adjusted by moving the discharge chute deflector . Raise ward . When the auger drive lever is the deflector for more distance or released , the auger blades will stop . lower the deflector for less distance . If the blades do not stop , see " How To Adjust The Auger Drive Cable " in 6 . In windy conditions , lower the chute the Service And Adjustment section . deflector to direct the discharged 2 . Most efficient snow throwing is ac - snow close to the ground where it is less likely to blow into unwanted complished when the snow is re - areas . moved immediately after if falls . 7 . 3 . For complete snow removal , slightly For safety and to prevent damage overlap each previous path . to the snow thrower , keep the area 13 F - 021002C
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[ e ] _ _ z _ _ _ di [ e ] _ I to be cleared free of stones , toys walking at a moderate rate . For and other foreign objects . snow or drifts of a greater depth , slow your pace to allow the dis - 8 . When clearing snow from crushed charge chute to dispose of the snow rock or gravel driveways , do not al - as rapidly as the auger receives the low the auger blades to contact the snow . driveway . Move the handle down to 2 . slightly raise the auger blades . Plan to have the snow discharged in the direction the wind is blowing . 9 . The forward speed of the snow thrower is dependent on the depth and weight of the snow . Experience WET PACKED SNOW will establish the most effective Move slowly into wet , packed snow . If method of using the snow thrower under different conditions . the wet , packed snow causes the auger to slow down or the discharge chute be - 10 . After each snow throwing job , allow gins to clog , back off and begin a series the engine to run for a few minutes . of short back and forth jabs into the The snow and accumulated ice will snow . These short back and forth jabs , melt off the engine . four to six inches , will " belch " the snow 11 . Clean the snow thrower after each from the chute . use . 12 . Remove ice , snow and debris from the entire snow thrower . Flush with SNOW BANKS AND DRIFTS water to remove all salt or other In snow of greater depth than the unit , chemicals . Wipe snow thrower dry . use the same " jabbing " technique de - scribed above . Turn the discharge DRY AND AVERAGE SNOW chute away from the snow bank . More 1 . Snow up to eight inches deep can time will be required to remove snow of be removed rapidly and easily by this type than level snow . F - 021002C 14
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hVrj _ ' 11 _ Il1l _ _ r _ ' 1 _ [ I , ] _ CUSTOMER RESPONSIBILITIES SERVICE RECORDS Fillin datesas you Before Every Every Every Before SERVICE completeregular Each 5 10 25 Eachson service . Use Often Hours Hours Hours Sea Storage DATES Change Engine Oil ! / ! / Check Spark Plug - Vr - Vr Drain Fuel I Check Adjustment of Auger Control Cable - Vr GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS • Tighten any loose fasteners . • Check and maintain the auger . The warranty on this snow thrower does not cover items that have been • Check controls to make sure they subjected to operator abuse or negli - are functioning properly . gence . To receive full value from the • If any parts are worn or damaged , warranty , the operator must maintain replace immediately . the snow thrower as instructed in this manual . Some adjustments will need to be made periodically to properly maintain LUBRICATION BEFORE STORAGE your snow thrower . dental starting when making _ ARNING : To prevent acci - Lubricate chute control any adjustments or repairs , flange . Lubricate flange always disconnect the spark plug with a clinging type grease such as wire and place it where it cannot Lubriplate . make contact with the spark plug . AFTER EACH USE • Run the machine to clear the auger of snow . • To prevent freezing of the auger or controls , remove all snow and slush from the snow thrower . • Check for any loose or damaged Figure 8 parts . 15 F - 021002C
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ADJUST AUGER CONTROLCABLE The auger control cable was adjusted 6 . Tighten the nut that holds the cable tension spring . at the factory . If the auger will not en - gage or disengage correctly , adjust the auger control cable as follows : 1 . Loosen the nut that holds the cable tension spring ( See Figure 9 ) . 2 . Slide the cable tension spring to - ward the rear of the unit until all cable slack is removed . NOTE : The auger control cable is properly adjusted when the free cable slack is removed and there is no tension on the idler arm . 3 . Tighten the nut that holds the cable tension spring . Spring If belt stretch has occured , move the end the auger control cable to the out - side hole as follows : Figure 9 1 . Loosen the nut that holds the cable tension spring ( See Figure 9 ) . 2 . Move the cable tension spring to - ward the front of the unit to achieve Auger maximum cable slack . Drive Lever 3 . Remove the upper end of the auger Handle control cable from the auger drive lever . 4 . Install the auger control cable in the hole shown in Figure 10 . 5 . Slide the cable tension spring to - ward the rear of the unit until all cable slack is removed . Auger control NOTE : The auger control cable is Cable properly adjusted when the free cable slack is removed and there is Figure 10 no tension on the idler arm . F - 021002C 16
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ENGINE 3 . Carefully remove the oil fill cap / dip - stick . Oil will begin to flow into the LUBRICATION Check the crankcase oil level before oil drain pan . starting the engine and after each five 4 . After all the oil has drained from the ( 5 ) hours of continuous use . See engine , set the snowthrower in the Figure 11 . Add S . A . E . 5W30 motor oil upright operating position . as needed . Tighten oil fill cap / dipstick 5 . Fill the engine with S . A . E . 5W30 oil . securely each time you check the oil Make sure the oil reaches the FULL level . mark on the oil fill cap / dipstick . DO NOT OVERFILL . OII Fill Cap / Dipstick NOTE : For extreme cold operating conditions of 0 ° F and below , use a par - tial synthetic 5W30 motor oil for easier starting . SPARK PLUG NOTE : Oil level must be between the FULL and ADD mark . Check the spark plug every twenty - five Figure 11 ( 25 ) hours . Replace the spark plug if Change the oil every twenty - five ( 25 ) the electrodes are pitted or burned or if hours or at least once a year if the the porcelain is cracked . snow thrower is not used for twenty - five ( 25 ) hours . 1 . Make sure the spark plug is clean . Clean the spark plug by carefully HOW TO CHANGE THE ENGINE OIL scraping the electrodes ( do not To change the engine oil , the engine sand blast or use a wire brush ) . must be tilted forward and the oil 2 . Check the spark plug gap with a drained from the oil fill tube as follows . feeler gauge and reset gap to 0.30 " 1 . Lift the rear of the snowthrower and if necessary . See Figure 13 . tilt the unit forward . In the correct position , the snowthrower will be 3 . Before installing the spark plug , setting on the front of the auger coat the threads lightly with oil for housing . easy removal . Tighten the spark 2 . Put an oil drain pan under the oil plug to a torque of 15 foot - pounds . fill tube ( See Figure 12 ) . Feeler Gauge 0.030 " OII Fill Tube OII Drain Pan Spark Plug Figure 13 Figure 12 F - 021002C 17
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A HOW TO REMOVE THE TOP COVER B There are no adjustments under the top C Top Cover cover . If removal is required , follow the C steps below . 1 . Remove screws A that attach the rod support clamp the the top cov - er . Pivot crank assembly rod up and lay on unit . 2 . Remove locking screw B . 3 . Remove attachment screws C from lower rear edge . 4 . Slide the top cover approximately 3 / 8 inch toward the gas tank and lift Crank up . Assemblyod R 5 . To install the top cover , reverse the above steps . Figure 1 _ HOW TO REMOVE THE BELT COVER 4 . To install the belt cover , reverse the above steps . 1 . Remove the screws A and nuts B NOTE : The belt cover has belt guides from the belt cover . moulded onto the inside of the cover . When you install the belt cover , engage the auger 2 . Remove attachment screw C from drive lever to tighten the belt against the the rear of the belt cover . pulley . This will provide adequate clearance 3 . Remove the belt cover from the for the belt guides when installing the belt unit . cover . C / Belt Cover BE B \ A A A A Figure 15 18 F - 021002C
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B , , _ o ] _ r _ , 1 _ lm ] F - ' Im _ lLli , , , " ] lJkvJ _ ! _ 11II HOW TO ADJUST THE AUGER BRAKE The auger brake is adjusted at the fac - Auger Adjuster Drive Lever tory to assure safe operation of the Nut snowthrower . If the auger brake needs an adjustment , follow the steps below : 1 . To access the auger brake , tilt the front of the unit up . Brake Arm 2 . Make sure the auger drive belt is properly installed . See " How To Re - move The Auger Drive Belt " . 3 . Turn the adjuster nut ( See Figure 16 Figure 16 ) in or out until the brake arm is in contact with the auger drive belt ( See Figure 17 ) . 4 . Hold the auger drive lever in the en - gaged position and push the brake AugerBelt arm down to remove all slack . Drive 5 . In correct adjustment , there will be 1 / 4 inch 1 / 4 inch clearance between the brake arm and the auger drive Brake Arm belt when the auger drive lever is Figure 17 engaged ( See Figure 17 ) . F - 021002C 19
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B , , _ o ] _ r _ , 1 _ lm ] F - ' Im _ lLli , , , " ] lJkvJ _ ! _ 11II HOW TO REMOVE THE AUGER DRIVE BELT The auger drive belt is made of special construction and must be replaced with an original equipment belt available from Sears . Idler Arm If the auger drive belt is damaged , the snowthrower will not discharge snow and will not move forward . Replace the damaged belt as follows : 1 . Disconnect the spark plug wire . 2 . Remove the belt cover . See " How To Remove The Belt Cover " . 3 . Note the path of the auger drive Idler belt . For assistance , a diagram de - Idler Screw cal is provided . Figure 19 4 . Remove the belt guide screw and the belt guide See Figure 18 ) . To remove the belt guide , rotate the belt guide down . 5 . Remove the idler screw and idler pulley from the idler arm ( See Figure 19 ) . 6 . Remove the auger drive belt from the engine pulley and pull through side of motor box ( See Figure 20 ) . 7 . To remove the auger drive belt from the impeller pulley , move the idler arm to the engaged position . This will provide clearance between the impeller pulley and the brake arm to remove the auger drive belt ( See Figure 21 ) . Auger Drive Belt 8 . To install a new auger drive belt , re - Figure20 verse the above steps . 9 . Check the adjustment of the auger drive cable . See " Adjust Auger Con - trol Cable " . Impeller Pulley Belt Brake Arm Guide Clearance Figure 21 Screw ure 18 Auger Drive Belt 20 F - 021002C
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HOW TO REMOVE THE AUGER 8 . Slide the auger out of the right side of the auger housing ( See 1 . Remove the belt cover . See " How Figure 22 ) . To Remove The Belt Cover " . 9 . Slide the auger out of the bearing on the left side of the auger hous - 2 . Remove the auger drive belt . See ing . " How To Remove The Auger Drive Belt " in the Service And Adjustment 10 . To install the auger , reverse the section . above steps . 3 . Remove the auger pulley from the auger shaft ( threads are left hand ; turn clockwise to remove ) . 4 . To keep the auger from rotating , set Washer a 2 " x4 " piece of wood on the cen - ter paddle to secure auger . 5 . Remove bolts A , washer F , and nuts B from front of right cover ( See Figure 23 ) . 6 . Remove screw C from back of right cover . 7 . Remove bolts D and nuts E . Auger Figure 22 Right Cover C / AF \ / B B B Auger Housing Auger D EE AugerPulley Figure23 F - 021002C 21
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B , , _ o ] _ r _ , 1 _ lm ] F - ' Im _ lLli , , , " ] lJkvJ _ ! _ 11II TO ADJUST THE CARBURETOR The carburetor is not adjustable . En - gine performance should not be af - fected at altitudes up to 7,000 feet . For operation at higher elevations , contact your nearest Sears Service Center . IMPORTANT : Never tamper with the engine governor , which is factory set for proper engine speed . Over - speeding the engine above the factory high speed setting can be dangerous . If you think the engine - governed high speed needs adjusting , contact your nearest Sears Service Center , which has the proper equipment and experience to make any necessary adjustments . F - 021002C 22
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_ " ] ll [ O _ _ 1 . To remove gasoline , run the engine snow thrower indoors or in until the fuel tank is empty and the , _ WARNING : Never store your an enclosed , poorly venti - engine stops . lated area . If gasoline remains in the 2 . If you do not remove the gasoline , tank , fumes may reach an open use fuel stabilizer supplied with unit flame , spark or pilot light from a fur - or purchase Craftsman Fuel Stabi - nace , water heater , clothes dryer , lizer No . 3550 . Add fuel stabilizer to cigarette , etc . any gasoline left in the tank to mini - NOTE : To prevent engine damage ( if mize gum deposits and acids . If the snow thrower is not used for more than fuel tank is almost empty , mix stabi - 30 days ) follow the steps below . lizer with fresh gasoline in a sepa - rate container and add some to the SNOW THROWER fuel tank . 1 . Thoroughly clean the snow thrower . 3 . Always follow the instruction on the 2 . Lubricate all lubrication points . See stabilizer container . After the stabi - the Maintenance section . lizer is added to the fuel tank , run 3 . Be sure that all nuts , bolts and the engine at least ten minutes to screws are securely fastened . In - allow the mixture to reach the car - spect all visible moving parts for buretor . damage , breakage and wear . Re - 4 . Change the engine oil . place if necessary . 5 . Lubricate the piston / cylinder area as 4 . Touch up all rusted or chipped paint follows : First , remove the spark plug surfaces ; sand lightly before paint - and squirt a few drops of clean en - ing . gine oil into the spark plug hole . 5 . Cover the bare metal parts of the Next , cover the spark plug hole with blower housing auger and the im - a rag to absorb oil spray . Then , pull peller with rust preventative , such two or three times on the recoil as a spray lubricant . starter rope to rotate the engine . Fi - NOTE : A yearly checkup or tune - up by nally , install the spark plug and at - a Sears service center is a good way of tach the spark plug wire . ensuring that your snow thrower will provide maximum performance for the next season . OTHER ENGINE 1 . If possible , store your snow thrower indoors and cover it to give protec - tion from dust and dirt . line outdoors , away from _ ARNING : Drain the gaso - fire or flame . 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 . 23 F - 021002C
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Ill ¸ TROUBLE CAUSE CORRECTION Difficult starting Defective spark plug . Replace spark plug . Drain and clean the fuel tank . Water or dirt in fuel system . Refill with 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 run or off position . Engine runs erratically ; Water or dirt in fuel system . Drain and clean the fuel tank . Loss of power Refill with fresh fuel . Excessive vibration Damaged auger assembly Repair or replace the auger assembly . Loose parts . Damaged Immediately stop engine . impeller . Remove ignition key . Tighten all fasteners and make all necessary repairs . If vibration continues , take the unit to a Sears service center . Unit fails to propel itself Drive belt loose or damaged . Replace drive belt . Incorrect adjustment of auger Adjust auger drive cable . drive cable Unit fails to discharge Auger drive belt loose or Adjust auger drive belt ; snow damaged . replace if damaged . Auger control cable not Adjust auger control cable . adjusted correctly . Discharge chute clogged . Stop engine immediately and disconnect spark plug wire . Clean discharge chute and inside of auger housing . Foreign object lodged in Stop engine immediately and disconnect spark plug wire . auger Remove object from auger . F - 021002C 24
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SEARS , ROEBUCK AND CO . Federal and California Emission Control Systems Limited Warranty Small Off - Road Engines CALIFORNIA & US EPA EMISSION quired maintenance listed in your Owner's Manual , but Sears , Roebuck and Co . will not CONTROL WARRANTY STATEMENT deny warranty solely due to the lack of receipts The U . S . Environmental Protection Agency or for your failure to provide written evidence ( " EPA " ) , the California Air Resources Board of the performance of all scheduled mainte - ( " CARB " ) and Sears , Roebuck and Co . are nance . pleased to explain the Federal and California As the small off - road engine owner , you Emission Control Systems Warranty on your should , however , be aware that Sears , Roe - new small off - road engine . In California , new buck and Co . may deny you warranty cover - 1995 and later small off - road engines must be age if your small off - road engine or a part designed , built and equipped to meet the thereof has failed due to abuse , neglect , im - State's stringent anti - smog standards . In oth - proper maintenance or unapproved modifica - er states , new 1997 and later model year en - tions . gines must be designed , built and equipped , at the time of sale , to meet the U . S . EPA regula - You are responsible for presenting your small tions for small non - road engines . Sears , Roe - off - road engine to a Sears , Roebuck and Co . buck and Co . will warrant the emission control Authorized Service Outlet as soon as a prob - system on your small off - road engine for the lem exists . The warranty repairs should be periods of time listed below , provided there completed in a reasonable amount of time , not has been no abuse , neglect , unapproved mod - to exceed 30 days . ification , or improper maintenance of your Warranty service can be arranged by contact - small off - road engine . ing either a Sears , Roebuck and Co . Autho - Your emission control system may include rized Service Outlet , or by contacting Sears , parts such as the carburetor , ignition system Roebuck and Co . at 1 - 800 - 473 - 7247 . and exhaust system . Also included may be the compression release system and other emis - IMPORTANT NOTE sion - related assemblies . Esta This warranty statement explains your Where a warrantable condition exists , Sears , rights and obligations under the Emission Roebuck and Co . will repair your small off - Control System Warranty ( " ECS Warranty " ) road engine at no cost to you for diagnosis , which is provided to you by Sears , Roebuck parts and labor . and Co . pursuant to California law . See also the Sears , Roebuck and Co . Limited Warran - MANUFACTURER'S EMISSION ties for Sears , Roebuck and Co . which is en - CONTROL SYSTEM WARRANTY closed therewith on a separate sheet and also COVERAGE is provided to you by Sears , Roebuck and Co . The ECS Warranty applies only to the emis - Emission control systems on 1995 and later sion control system of your new engine . To the model year California small off - road engines extent that there is any conflict in terms be - are warranted for two years as hereinafter tween the ECS Warranty and the Sears , Roe - noted . In other states , 1997 and later model buck and Co . Warranty , the ECS Warranty year engines are also warranted for two years . shall apply except in any circumstances in If , during such warranty period , any emission - which the Sears , Roebuck and Co . Warranty related part on your engine is defective in ma - may provide a longer warranty period . Both the terials or workmanship , the part will be ECS Warranty and the Sears , Roebuck and repaired or replaced by Sears , Roebuck and Co . Warranty describe important rights and Co . obligations with respect to your new engine . Warranty service can only be performed by a OWNER'S WARRANTY Sears , Roebuck and Co . Authorized Service RESPONSIBILITIES Outlet . At the time of requesting warranty ser - As the small off - road engine owner , you are vice , evidence must be presented of the date responsible for the performance of the re - of sale to the original purchaser . The purchas - 25 F - 021002C
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ershalpl ayanychargefosrmakinsgervice Sears , Roebuck and Co . according to Subsec - callsand / oforrtransporttihnegproductots tion 4 below . Any such part repaired or re - andfromtheplacweherteheinspectaionnd / placed under the ECS Warranty shall be orwarranwtyorkisperformTehde . purchaserwarranted for any remainder of the ECS War - shablleresponsfiobralenydamaogrelossin - ranty Period . curreidnconnectwioitnhthetransportaotfion 2 . Any warranted , emissions - related part anyenginoeranypart ( tsh ) eresoufbmittfeodr which is scheduled only for regular inspection inspectaionnd / owrarranwtyork . as specified in the Owner's Manual shall be warranted for the ECS Warranty Period . A Ifyouhavaenyquestiornesgardiynoguwr ar - statement in such written instructions to the ef - rantyrightasndresponsibiliytioeuss , hould fect of " repair or replace as necessary " , shall contacSt ears , Roebucaknd Co . at 1 - 800 - 473 - 7247 . not reduce the ECS Warranty Period . Any such part repaired or replaced under the ECS Warranty shall be warranted for the remainder EMISSION CONTROL SYSTEM of the ECS Warranty Period . WARRANTY 3 . Any warranted , emissions - related part Emission Control System Warranty ( " ECS which is scheduled for replacement as re - Warranty " ) for 1995 and later model year Cali - quired maintenance in the Owner's Manual , fornia small off - road engines ( for other states , shall be warranted for the period of time prior 1997 and later model year engines ) : to the first scheduled replacement point for that part . If the part fails prior to the first sched - A . APPLICABILITY : This warranty shall apply uled replacement , the part shall be repaired or to 1995 and later model year California small replaced by Sears , Roebuck and Co . accord - off - road engines ( for other states , 1997 and ing to Subsection 4 below . Any such emis - later model year engines ) . The ECS Warranty sions - related part repaired or replaced under Period shall begin on the date the new engine the ECS Warranty , shall be warranted for the or equipment is delivered to its original , end - remainder of the ECS Warranty Period prior to use purchaser , and shall continue for 24 con - the first scheduled replacement point for such secutive months thereafter . emissions - related part . B . GENERAL EMISSIONS WARRANTY 4 . Repair or replacement of any warranted , COVERAGE : Sears , Roebuck and Co . war - emissions - related part under this ECS War - rants to the original , end - use purchaser of the ranty shall be performed at no charge to the new engine or equipment and to each subse - owner at a Sears , Roebuck and Co . Autho - quent purchaser that each of its small off - road rized Service 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 be provided without charge to the owner . Such ranty Period , it shall be repaired or replaced by 26 F - 021002C
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useshanllorteducSeearRs , oebuacnkdCo . EMISSION - RELATED PARTS ECSWarranotbyligations . INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING : 9 . Unapproavdedd - oonrmodifipeadrtms ay 1 . Carburetor Assembly and its Internal Com - ponents notbeusetdomodiofyrrepaairSearRs , oe - bucakndCoe . nginSeu . cuhsevoidtshisECS a ) Fuel filter Warranatnydshabllesufficiegnrtoundfosr b ) Carburetor gaskets disallowianngECSWarranctlyaimS . ears , c ) Intake pipe RoebuacnkdCos . hanllobt eliablheereunder forfailureosfanywarrantpeadrtosfaSears , 2 . Air Cleaner Assembly RoebuacnkdCoe . nginceausebdytheuseof a ) Air filter element suchanunapproaveddd - oonrmodifipeadrt . 3 . Ignition System , including : a ) Spark plug b ) Ignition module c ) Flywheel assembly 4 . Catalytic Muffler ( if so equipped ) a ) Muffler gasket ( if so equipped ) b ) Exhaust manifold ( if so equipped ) 5 . Crankcase Breather Assembly and its Components a ) Breather connection tube 10 / 22 / 99 EPA / CARB Sears , Roebuck and Co . , Hoffman Estates , IL 60179 U . S . A . F - 021002C 27
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CRAFTSMAN 21 " 3.8HP SNOW THROWER 536.885202 DRIVE COMPONENTS 2 1 3 _ / \ 4 6 11 12 15 17 / / \ 2 19 13 20 / 21 17 / 22 41 \ 24 / 40 15 \ 26 34 27 28 42 39 / 38 29 31 30 F - 021002C 28
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CRAFTSMAN 21 " 3.8HP SNOW THROWER 536.885202 DRIVE COMPONENTS Key No . Part No . Description 1 762248 Cover , Top 2 26x292 Screw 3 762273 Bracket , Crank Rod 4 26x293 Screw 5 762366 Box , Heater 6 762357 Primerbulb , Red 7 271172 Nut 8 1259 Hose 9 762249 Deflector , Carburetor 10 26x291 Screw 11 762358 Handle , Starter 12 143.023800 Engine 13 762382 Shield Assembly , Heat 14 578109 Retainer 15 711627 Nut , Push Cap 17 760713 Wheel & Tire 18 71072 Washer 19 762280 Axle 20 71111 Nut 21 762245E549 Frame , Motor Box 22 47792 Bolt 23 71007 Bolt 24 712233 Bolt , Shoulder 25 762254YZ Bracket , Idler Arm 26 71044 Nut 27 762257 Pulley , V - Belt 28 762258 Bolt , Shoulder 29 762256 Pulley , Flat Idler 30 37xl 07 Belt 31 315312 Screw 32 762267 Guide , Belt 33 71015 Screw 34 71063 Washer 35 762255 Pulley 36 165x143 Spring 37 26X263 Screw 38 762288 Arm , Brake 39 762285 Clamp 40 312300 Nut 41 762287 Rod , Adjustment 42 762380 Guide , Belt 45 313057 Clip , Tinnerman - - F - 021002C Book , Instruction F - 021002C 29
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CRAFTSMAN 21 " 3.8HP SNOW THROWER 536.885202 AUGER COMPONENTS 17 6 / 12 \ 18 16 9 14 10 18 F - 021002C 30
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CRAFTSMAN 21 " 3.8HP SNOW THROWER 536.885202 AUGER COMPONENTS Key No . Part No . Description 1 762245E549 Frame , Motor Box 2 302635 Nut 4 580251 Retainer , Bearing 5 43846 Bearing 6 302628 Bolt 7 338965 Pulley , Auger 8 26x263 Screw 9 762277 Cover , Left Belt 10 762266 Assembly , Auger Housing 11 312300 Nut 12 71067 Washer 13 579052 Bolt 14 55323 Blade , Scraper 15 327072 Auger Assembly 16 580969 Washer 17 762278 Cover , Right 18 12342 Screw 19 302628 Screw F - 021002C 31
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CRAFTSMAN 21 " 3.8HP SNOW THROWER 536.885202 HANDLE & DISCHARGE COMPONENTS 23 / 22 28 16 25 29 4 / 12 J ' - 20 _ 13 4 27 11 _ / 31 32 33 9 10 F - 021002C 32
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CRAFTSMAN 21 " 3.8HP SNOW THROWER 536.885202 HANDLE & DISCHARGE COMPONENTS Key No . Part No . Description 1 762252E701 Handle , Upper 2 762259 Cable , Auger Drive 3 337584 Bolt 4 57171 Knob 5 71037 Nut 6 311936 Washer 7 762250E701 Handle , Lower 8 762251E701 Lever , Auger Drive 9 70984 Screw 10 340715 Bolt 11 712123 Washer 12 780029 Nut 13 762281 Bushing , Tensioner 14 762282 Bracket , Cable Tensioner 15 762362YZ Rod , Crank 16 762289 Grip , Crank Rod 17 578309 Pin , Clevis 18 579493 Pin , Cotter 19 578063 Block , Universal Pivot 20 578060 Pin 21 585196 Gear , Worm 22 325847 Deflector 23 308931 Pin , Pivot 24 71071 Washer 25 334234 Chute , Discharge 27 302635 Nut 28 302843 Bolt 29 313686 Bolt 30 762286 Ring , Chute 31 71067 Washer 32 302628 Bolt 33 70984 Bolt 34 71391 Locknut 35 578088 Bolt F - 021002C 33
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CRAFTSMAN 143.023800 REPAIR PARTS 90O 400 135 130 _ 101 275A _ 416 119 125 417 F - 021002C 34
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REPAIR PARTS CRAFTSMAN 143.023800 KEY PART KEY PART DESCRIPTION NO . NO . DESCRIPTION NO . NO . Camshaft ( NCR ) 0 RPM High 3450 to 3750 50 37032 Oil Pump Ass'y . 1 37280 Cylinder ( Incl . 2,20 & 150 ) 52 29914 Mounting Flange Gasket 2 26727 Dowel Pin 69 35261 Mounting Flange 6 33734 Breather Element 70 34311E ( Incl . 72 thru 83 , 306 ) 7 37247 Breather Ass'y . Oil Drain Plug ( Incl . 6 & 12A ) 72 30572 Drain Plug Gasket 12A 36558 Breather Cover & Tube 73 28833 ( Incl . 12B ) 75 27897 Oil Seal 12B 34695 Breather Tube Elbow 80 30574A Governor Shaft 14 28277 Washer Washer 81 30590A 15 30589 Governor Rod ( Incl . 14 ) 82 30591 Governor Gear Ass'y . ( Incl . 81 ) 16 34839A Governor Lever Governor Spool 17 31335 Governor Lever Clamp 83 30588A Screw , 1 / 4 - 20 x 1 - 1 / 4 " 18 651018 Screw , Torx 86 650488 Flywheel Key 19 36281 Extension Spring 89 610961 Flywheel 20 32600 Oil Seal 90 611213 Belleville Washer 30 37228 Crankshaft 92 650815 Flywheel Nut 40 35544A Piston , Pin & Ring Set 93 650816 ( Std . ) 100 34443B Solid State Ignition 40 35545A Piston , Pin & Ring Set Spark Plug Cover ( . 010 " OS ) 101 610118 Screw , Torx T - 10 40 35546 Piston , Pin & Ring Set 103 651007 ( . 020 " OS ) 110 36230 Ground Wire 41 35541 Piston & Pin Ass'y . ( Std . ) 119 37028 Cylinder Head Gasket ( Incl . 43 ) 120 36825 Cylinder Head 41 35542 Piston & Pin Ass'y . ( . 010 " Exhaust Valve ( Std . ) OS ) ( Incl . 43 ) 125 37288 ( Incl . 151 ) 41 35543 Piston & Pin Ass'y . ( . 020 " Intake Valve ( Std . ) OS ) ( Incl . 43 ) 126 37289 ( Incl . 151 ) 42 35547A Ring Set ( Std . ) 130 6021A Screw , 5 / 16 - 18 x 1 - 1 / 2 " 42 35548A Ring Set ( . 010 " OS ) 135 35395 Resistor Spark Plug 42 35549 Ring Set ( . 020 " OS ) ( RJ19LM ) 43 20381 Piston Pin Retaining Ring 150 31672 Valve Spring 45 36777 Connecting Rod Ass'y . 151 31673 Valve Spring Cap ( Incl . 46 ) 151A 40017 Intake Valve Seal 46 32610A Connecting Rod Bolt Valve Cover Gasket 169 36783 48 27241 Valve Lifter F - 021002C 35
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CRAFTSMAN 143.023800 REPAIR PARTS 172 36784 Valve Cover 285 35000A Starter Cup 174 30200 Screw , 10 - 24 x 9 / 16 " 287 650926 Screw , 8 - 32 x 21 / 64 " 178 29752 Nut & Lock Washer 290 34357 Fuel Line 179 30593 Retainer Clip 292 26460 Fuel Line Clamp 182 6201 Screw , 1 / 4 - 28 x 7 / 8 " 300 35586 Fuel Tank ( Incl . 292 & 301 ) 184 26756 Carburetor To Intake Pipe 301 36246 Fuel Cap Gasket 305 35577 Oil Fill Tube 185 36785 Intake Pipe 306 76996 " O " - Ring 186 32653 Governor Link 307 35499 " O " - Ring 200 37359 Control Bracket Ass'y . ( Incl . 206 ) 309 650562 Screw , 10 - 32 x 1 / 2 " 206 610973 Terminal 310 37426 Dipstick 207 34336 Throttle Link 313 34080 Spacer 209 30200 Screw , 10 - 24 x 9 / 16 " 370A 36261 Lubrication Decal 215 35511 Control Knob 380 640228 Carburetor ( Incl . 184 ) 216 33086 R . PM . Adjusting Lever 390 590743 Rewind Starter 223 650451 Screw , 1 / 4 - 20 x 1 " 400 37029A Gasket Set ( Incl . Items Marked PK in Notes ) 224 36786 Intake Pipe Gasket Incl . Part # ' s 26756 ( 1 ) , 28833 ( 1 ) , 34338 ( 1 ) , 260 37213 Blower Housing 36783 ( 1 ) , 36786 ( 1 ) , 261 30200 Screw , 10 - 24 x 9 / 16 " 36832 ( 1 ) , 36996 ( 1 ) , 37028 ( 1 ) , 37130 ( 1 ) 262 650831 Screw , 1 / 4 - 20 x 1 / 2 " 416 36085 Spark Arrestor Kit 275 36986A Muffler ( Incl . 417 ) ( Optional ) 275A 36838A Spark Arrestor Muffler 417 650821 Screw , 10 - 32 x 1 / 2 " ( Optional ) ( Incl . 284 , 284A , ( Optional ) 416 & 417 ) 900 0 Replacement Engine 277 650988 Screw , 1 / 4 - 20 x 2 - 5 / 16 " NONE 284 36663 Muffler Deflector ( Incl . 900 0 Replacement Short Block 284A ) ( Optional ) 750857 284A 650821 Screw , 10 - 32 x 1 / 2 " ( Optional ) F - 021002C 36
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CRAFTSMAN 143.023800 REPAIR PARTS 2 _ 17 18 , , , . . , - " / _ ' , . - - . / . , , , . . j . , J _ ( _ 47 , , , , _ jd 48 - ® I 20A 29t C I I I _ o 31 . , I _ - _ : _ 27 28 J ' @ O _ . , 37 _ • " _ 37 33 25 31 F - 021002C 37
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CRAFTSMAN 143.023800 REPAIR PARTS KEY PART NO . NO . DESCRIPTION 0 640228 Carburetor ( Incl . 184 of Engine Parts List ) 1 631615 Throttle Shaft & Lever Assembly 2 631767 Throttle Return Spring 6 640070 Throttle Shutter 7 650506 Shutter Screw 10 632797 Choke Shaft & Lever Assembly 14 631890 Choke Shutter 15 630735 Choke Positioning Spring 16 631807 Fuel Fitting 17 651025 Throttle Crack Screw / Idle Speed Screw 18 630766 Tension Spring 20 640016 Idle Restrictor Screw 20A 640053 Idle Restrictor Screw Cap 25 631951 Float Bowl Ass'y ( Incl . 32 & 33 ) 27 631024 Float Shaft 28 632019 Float 29 631028 Float Bowl " O " Ring 30 631021 Inlet Needle , Seat & Clip ( Incl . 31 ) 31 631022 Spring Clip 32 27136A Bowl Drain Assembly 33 27554 Drain Plunger Gasket 36 640080 Main Nozzle Tube 37 632547 " O " Ring , Main Nozzle Tube 40 640032 High Speed Bowl Nut 44 27110A Bowl Nut Washer 47 630748 Welch Plug , Idle Mixture Well 48 631027 Welch Plug , Atmospheric Vent 60 632760 Repair kit ( Incl . Items Marked PK in Notes ) F - 021002C 38
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CRAFTSMAN 143.023800 REPAIR PARTS 18 i - 7 KEY PART NO . NO . DESCRIPTION 0 590743 Rewind Starter 3 590740 Retainer 6 590616 Starter Dog 7 590617 Dog Spring 8 590645A Pulley & Rewind Spring Ass'y 11 590643 Starter Housing Ass'y 12 590535 Starter Rope ( Length 98 " x 9 / 64 " dia . ) 13 590701 Starter Handle 14 590760 Spring Clip F - 021002C 39
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CONTENIDO PIEZAS DE REPUESTO 28 OPERACI6N 48 PIEZAS DE REPUESTO DEL MOTOR 34 MANTENIMIENTO 54 GARANTiA 40 SERVICIO Y AJUSTES 57 REGLAS DE SEGURIDAD 41 ALMACENAMIENTO 63 SiMBOLOS INTERNACIONALES 44 PEDIDO DE PIEZAS / SERVICIO ENSAMBLAJE 46 CUBIERTA DE ATRAS 68 GARANTiA LIMITADA DE UN AI _ IO PARA LA MAQUINA QUITANIEVES DE CRAFTSMAN Por un afio a partir de la fecha de compra , siempre que a este quitanieves Craftsman se le de mantenimiento , lubricaci6ny afinamientode acuerdocon las instruccionesde operaci6ny mante - nimiento presentadas en el manual del propietado , Sears reparar _ sin cargo alguno , cualquier defecto en el material y rnano de obra . Si este quitanievesde Craftsman es usadopara prop6sitoscomercialeso de arrendamiento , esta garantia ser _ v _ lida solamente por 90 dias a partir de la fecha de compra . Esta garantia no cubre Iosiguiente : • Elementos fungibles los cuales se gastan durante el uso normal , tales como bujias , correas de transmisi6n y pasadores de seguridad . • Reparaciones necesarias debido al abuse o negligencia del operador , incluyendo eje de ci - gL _ efial doblado , y por no darle el mantenimiento necesario a la unidad , segt _ n Io recomendado en las instrucciones contenidas en el manual del propietario . EL SERVIClO DE GARANT [ A SE PUEDE OBTENER LLEVANDO EL QUlTANIEVES DE CRAFTSMAN AL CENTRO DE SERVICIO SEARS MAS CERCANO EN LOS ESTADOS UNI - DOS . ESTA GARANT [ A ES VALIDA SOLO CUANDO ESTE PRODUCTO ES USADO EN LOS ESTADOS UNIDOS . Esta garantia le otorga derechos legales especificos , y es posible que tenga otros derechos los cuales varian de estado a estado . Sears , Roebuck and Co . , D817WA , Hoffman Estates , IL 60179 RECOMENDACIONES GENERALES ESPECIFICACIONES DEL PRODUCTO La garantia de este quitanieves no cubre componentes que han estado sujetos a abu - Caballos de fuerza : 3,8 so o negligencia por parte del operador . Para recibir el valor total de la garantfa , el opera - Cilindrada : 10 pulgs , cu . dor debera dar mantenimiento al quitanieves Tanque de combustible : 1 / 4 de gal6n de acuerdo alas instrucciones contenidas en este manual . Bujia : Champion RJ19LM Sera necesario efectuar algunos ajustes pe - Entrehierro 0,030 ri6dicamente para mantener su quitanieves en buenas condiciones de funcionamiento . NOTA : Los caballos de fuerza del motor Todos los ajustes en la secci6n Servicio y pueden variar seg _ n ajustes al mismo , va - Ajustes de este manual deben ser verifica - riantes del proceso de fabricacibn , altitud , dos por Io menos una vez durante cada esta - condiciones atmosf _ ricas , combustible y ci6n . mantenimiento . F - 021002C 40
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i i ImT _ m , l ] Preste atencibn a este simbolo , le indica precauciones de seguridad importan - tes . Este simbolo significa - - - iiiATENCIdN ! ! ! iiiESTE ALERTA ! ! ! SE TRATA DE SU SEGURIDAD . ren el quitanieves sin la instrucci6n apropiada . 3 . Mantenga el area libre de personas , es - Las emanaciones de escape pecialmente nifios pequefios y mascotas . producidas por este motor 4 . Tenga mucho cuidado para evitar resba - contienen quimicos reconocidos Iones o caidas , especialmente cuando est6 retrocediendo . por el Estado de California como carcinbgenos , tambi _ n pueden PREPARACI6N producir defectos en los recidn 1 . Inspeccione completamente el area don - nacidos o causar otros da _ os al de se usara el quitanieves y retire todas sistema reproductivo . las esteras , trineos , tableros , cables , y Los bornes , terminales y acceso - otros objetos extrafios . rios relacionados con la bateria 2 . Desenganche todos los embragues antes contienen plomo y compuestos de hacer arrancar el motor . del plomo , ademds de sustan - 3 . No opere el quitanieves sin vestir pren - cias quimicas que el Estado deci - California reconoce como car das de invierno adecuadas para trabajar a la intemperie . Vista calzado que le d6 nbgenas , ademds estas sustan - buena tracci6n sobre superficies resbalo - cias pueden producir da _ os sas . congdnitos a los bebds y da _ os 4 . Maneje el combustible con cuidado ; 6ste al sistema reproductor humano . es altamente inflamable . DEBE LAVARSE MUY BIEN LAS MANOS DESPUI _ S DE MANIPU - ( a ) Use un contenedor aprobado para LAR ESTOS COMPONENTES . combustible . ( b ) Nunca quite la tapa del tanque de combustible ni afiada combustible a un motor en marcha o a un motor ca - necte el cable de la bujia y colb - _ ADVERTENCIA : Siempre desco - liente . quelo alejado de _ sta para preve - nir el arranque accidental durante la pre - ( c ) Llene el tanque de combustible al ai - paracibn , mantenimiento o almacena - re libre y con mucho cuidado . Nunca miento del quitanieves . Ilene el tanque en un recinto cerrado . ( d ) Vuelva a colocar la tapa del tanque IMPORTANTE : Para prevenir lesiones , las de combustible de manera segura , y normas de seguridad requieren controles que limpie el combustible derramado . solo puedan ser manejados en presencia del operador . Su quitanieves esta equipado con ( e ) Nunca almacene combustible o el dichos controles . Por ningQn motivo intente pa - quitanieves con combustible en el sar por alto la funci6n del control en presencia tanque dentro de un edificio donde del operador . los vapores pudiesen alcanzar algu - na llama abierta o chispas . CAPACITACI6N ( f ) Verifique que el quitanieves tenga 1 . Lea con atenci6n este manual de instruc - suficiente combustible antes de cada clones de operaci6n y servicio . Familiari - uso , y deje un espacio adicional en el cese completamente con los controles y tanque puesto que el calor del motor el uso apropiado del quitanieves . Apren - y / o del sol hace que el combustible da a detener el quitanieves y a desen - se expanda . ganchar rapidamente los controles . 5 . 2 . Nunca permita a nifios operar el quita - Para todos los quitanieves con motores nieves . Nunca permita que adultos ope - de arranque el6ctrico , use cables de ex - 41 F - 021002C
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tensi6cnoncertificacCi6SnA / UULse controles est6n desenganchados . Desco - solamentotemacorrieqnuteehsayasni - necte el cable de la bujia y mant6ngalo doinstaladdoesacuerdcoonlosregla - alejado de la bujia para evitar un arran - mentodseinspecclio6cnales . que accidental . 9 . Tome todas las precauciones posibles al 6 . Jamaisntenetefectunairng6anjuste mientrealsmotosreencuenetrnamar - dejar el quitanieves desatendido . Desen - cha ( excepctuoandeolfabricanIotere - ganche la barrena / propulsor , pare el mo - tor y retire la Ilave . comienadsefespecfficamente ) . 10 . No haga arrancar el motor en recintos 7 . Permiqtaueelmotoyrelquitanievsees cerrados , excepto para arrancar y para ajusteanlastemperatuerxatserioraens - transportar el quitanieves hacia adentro o tesdecomenzaadrespejlaanr ieve . hacia afuera del recinto . Abra las puertas 8 . Siempuresegafadseseguridoapdro - que dan al exterior ; los vapores de esca - tectorepsaralosojosduranltaeopera - pe son peligrosos ( contienen MON6XI - ci6nomientreafsect6aalg6anjustoe DO DE CARBONO , un GAS INODORO y reparacai6lanunidapda , raprotegseurs LETAL ) . ojosdeobjetoesxtrafioqsuepudiesen 11 . No use el quitanieves para limpiar areas serlanzadpoosrelquitanieves . de terreno inclinadas ( cuestas , pendien - OPERACI6N tes ) . Tenga mucho cuidado cuando cam - bie de direcci6n . No intente limpiar 1 . No opere este quitanieves siesta toman - pendientes muy pronunciadas . do medicinas que puedan causar somno - 12 . Nunca opere el quitanieves sin que los lencia o afectar su habilidad para operar resguardos , placas u otros dispositivos el quitanieves . de seguridad se encuentren en su lugar . 2 . No use el quitanieves si por motivos 13 . Nunca opere el quitanieves cerca de es - emocionales o ffsicos se le dificulta ma - caparates de vidrio , autom6viles , vidrie - nejarlo de forma segura . ras , sitios de carga / descarga , y similares , 3 . No coloque las manos o los pies cerca o sin el ajuste apropiado del angulo de des - debajo de piezas en movimiento . Man - carga de la nieve . Mantenga a los nifios y t6ngase en todo momento a buena dis - las mascotas alejados del area que esta tancia de la abertura del tubo de despejando . descarga . 14 . No sobrecargue la capacidad del quita - 4 . Tenga mucho cuidado al operar el quita - nieves al intentar limpiar la nieve a una nieves en o a trav6s de entradas de au - velocidad demasiado rapida . tos , senderos o caminos de grava . 15 . Nunca opere el quitanieves a altas veloci - Mant6ngase alerta de peligros ocultos o dades de transporte sobre superficies trafico . resbalosas . Mire hacia atras y tenga cui - 5 . . Si golpea un objeto extrafio , pare el mo - dado al retroceder . tor , desconecte el cable de la bujfa , ins - 16 . Nunca descargue directamente hacia es - peccione meticulosamente el quitanieves pectadores ni permita a nadie frente al por si hubiera alg6n dafio , y reparelo an - quitanieves . tes de arrancar el motor y operar el quita - 17 . Desenganche la fuerza motriz de la ba - nieves nuevamente . rrena / propulsor cuando el quitanieves 6 . Si el quitanieves comienza a vibrar de sea trasportado o no est6 en uso . manera excesiva , pare el motor y revfse - 18 . Utilice 6nicamente aditamentos y acceso - Io inmediatamente para encontrar la cau - dos aprobados por el fabricante del quita - sa . Generalmente , la vibraci6n es una nieves ( tales como cadenas para las advertencia de alg6n problema . ruedas , juegos de arranque el6ctrico , 7 . Pare el motor cuando deje la posici6n de etc . ) . operaci6n , antes de desobstruir el aloja - 19 . Nunca opere el quitanieves sin tener bue - miento de la barrena / propulsor o el tubo na visibilidad o iluminaci6n . Aseg6rese de descarga , y cuando efect6e cualquier siempre que tiene buena estabilidad , y reparaci6n , ajuste o inspecci6n . sujete con firmeza el mango . Camine ; nunca corra . 8 . Cuando limpie , repare o inspeccione el 20 . No trate de alcanzar areas dificiles . Man - quitanieves , aseg6rese de que la barre - na / propulsor y todas las partes m6viles tenga la estabilidad y el balance en todo momento . se encuentren detenidas , y que todos los 42 F - 021002C
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21 . Notratedeusaerlquitanievpeasralim - 4 . Mantenga o reemplace las etiquetas de piatrechos . seguridad e instrucciones , segQn sea ne - cesario . MANTENIMIENTO Y 5 . Mantenga el quitanieves en marcha unos ALMACENAMIENTO cuantos minutos despu6s de despejar la 1 . Revise los pernos con frecuencia para nieve , para evitar que se congele la ba - asegurar que est6n bien apretados y que rrena / propulsor . el quitanieves est6 en condiciones segu - ras de funcionamiento . 2 . Nunca guarde el quitanieves con com - es para uso en aceras , entradas ADVERTENCIA : Este quitanieveste - bustible en el tanque dentro de un recinto de auto y otras superficies de donde hubieran fuentes de ignici6n tales rreno planas . Se debe tener cuidado al como calentadores de agua y estufas , usar el quitanieves en superficies inclina - secadoras de ropa , y similares . Permita das . NO USE EL QUITANIEVES EN SU - que el motor se enfrfe antes de guardar PERFICIES SOBRE EL NIVEL DEL SUELO el quitanieves en cualquier recinto . tales como techos de residencias , de ga - 3 . Siva a almacenar el quitanieves por un rajes , porches u otras estructuras o cons - perfodo prolongado , siempre consulte las trucciones similares . instrucciones del manual del operador donde encontrara consejos importantes . F - 021002C 43
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_ v " _ l _ , _ ol _ _ [ o , _ l IMPORTANTE : Los siguientes simbolos est _ n ubicados en su quitanieves o en las hojas in - formativas que vienen con el producto . Antes de operar el quitanieves entienda y aprenda el objetivo de cada simbolo . Simbolos de control y operacibn Despacio Rdpido Arranque el _ ctrico Arranque de motor o I Motor en marcha Motor parado Apagado Encendido I ' , I H N Ahogador Ahogadoro desactivado activad Neutro Acelerador G Ignicibn Ignicibnda Botbn cebador Llave de encendido desactivada activa Embrague Embrague Avance de propulsibn Marcha atrds de barrena Colector Oprima para accionar de barrena el arranque el _ ctrico Transmisibn Enganchar 44 F - 021002C
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_ v " ] l _ , _ ol _ _ [ o , _ Simbolos de control y operacibn Mezcla de combustible Combustible Aceite y aceite Descarga hacia Descarga hacia Descarga hacia la Descarga hacia I _ ABAJO ARRIBA IZQUIERDA DERECHA / Llave de encendido Transferencia de peso Transferencia de peso Levante el mango Presione el pedal Insertar para marcha , para enganchar para desenganchar Retirar para parar . Simbolos de advertencia de seguridad O A PELIGRO PELIGRO Objetos lanzados . Objetos lanzados . Mantenga alejados a Mantenga alejados a los transet _ ntes los transet _ ntes . ADVERTENCIA PELIGRO aIMPORTANTEl PELIGRO Evite las lesiones que puede Lea el manu del causar la barrena rotatoria . Pare el motor propietario antes de antes de desatascar Mantenga las manos , los operar esta m _ quina . pies y la ropa fuera de su al - el tubo de descarga . cance . ADVERTENCIA PARE Superficie caliente F - 021002C 45
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Contenido de la bolsa con las partes ( tama _ o real ) 1 - Manual del propietario ( no se muestra ) 1 - Paquete estabilizador de combustible ( no se muestra ) 1 - Botella de aceite 5W30 2 . Localice todas las piezas empacadas por separado y saquelas de la caja . gafas protectoras o protectores _ DVERTENCIA : Use siempre para los ojos , durante el ensam - NOTA : Coloque el estabilizador de com - blaje del quitanieves . bustible en un lugar seguro hasta que se necesite para almacenar la unidad . HERRAMIENTAS NECESARIAS 3 . Retire y descarte todo el material de em - paque alrededor de la unidad . 1 - Navaja para cortar cart6n 4 . Corte cada una de las cuatro esquinas de la caja desde la parte superior hasta La Figura 1 muestra el quitanieves en la po - el fondo y despliegue los paneles en el sici6n de operaci6n . suelo . 5 . Afloje las perillas que sujetan el mango Las referencias sobre el lado derecho o el superior al mango inferior ( vea la lado izquierdo de la unidad , son hechas des - Figura 2 ) . Levante el mango superior a de el punto de vista del operador si 6ste se la posici6n de operaci6n . Apriete las pe - encuentra parado detras de la unidad . rillas . 6 . Haga rodar el quitanieves fuera de la ca - Palanca de ja , jalando del mango inferior . PRE - de la barrena CAUCl6N : NO retroceda sobre los Cable de transmi - cables . si6n de la 7 . Remueva el material de empaque del Deflector de Manivela mango superior e inferior . descarga de Mango superior Figura 1 Perilla C6MO SACAR EL QUITANIEVES DE LA CAJA % ! 1 . Localicey retirela botellade aceitede Figura 2 motorCraftsman 5W30 . F - 021002C 46
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_ " LISTA DE REVISI6N Antes de operar su nuevo quitanieves , y pa - AI mismo tiempo que aprende a usar su qui - ra asegurar que obtenga el mejor rendimien - tanieves , preste mucha atenci6n a los deta - to y la mayor satisfacci6n de este producto lies siguientes : de calidad , por favor haga un repaso de la siguiente lista de revisi6n : _ ' El aceite del motor esta al nivel adecuado . _ ' Aseg6rese que el tanque de gasolina est6 _ ' Se han completado todas las instruccio - Ileno con gasolina limpia , fresca y sin plo - nes de ensamblado . mo . _ ' El tubo de descarga gira libremente . _ ' Familiarfcese con todos los controles , su _ ' No quedan piezas sueltas en la caja de ubicaci6n y funci6n . Opere los controles cart6n . antes de hacer arrancar el motor . F - 021002C 47
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[ o _ oJ _ oooooooe _ l CONOZCA SU QUlTANIEVES LEA ESTE MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES Y LAS REGLAS DE SEGURI - DAD ANTES DE OPERAR SU QUITANIEVES Comparelas ilustraciones consu QUITANIEVES para familiarizarse con la ubicaci6n de los diversos controles y ajustes . Guarde este manual para referencia futura . Palanca de propulsi6n - de la barrena - Manija de Deflector del tu - arranque bo de descarga manual Tubo de descarga Palanca Bot6n Control de ignici6n cebador del ahogador Figura 3 Palanca de propulsibn de la barrrena - Ac - Palanca de ignicibn - Debe moverse a la ciona y detiene la barrena . posiciSn de encendido para arrancar el motor . Manija de arranque manual - Arranca el Manivela de ajuste - Cambia la direcciSn de motor manualmente . la descarga de nieve . Control del ahogador - Se usa para arran - Deflector del tubo de descarga - Cambia la car un motor frio . distancia del lanzamiento de la nieve . Botbn de cebado - Injecta el combustible directamente en el carburador o distribuidor Tubo de descarga - Cambia la direcciSn en que se lanza la nieve . para un arranque rapido en temperaturas frias . 48 F - 021002C
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[ o _ oJ _ oooooooe _ l del propietario antes de operar de cualquier quitanieves puede _ ADVERTENCIA : Lea el manual _ DVERTENCIA : La operacibnSos la m _ quina . Nunca dirija la des - provocar que objetos extra carga hacia los transet _ ntes . Pare el mo - sean lanzados con fuerza hacia sus tor antes de desobstruir el tubo de des - ojos , Io cual podria resultar en lesiones carga o el alojamiento de la barrena , y graves . Por Io tanto use siempre gafas antes de dejar la m _ quina . de seguridad o protectores para los PARA PARAR LA DESCARGA DE ojos cuando tenga que operar el quita - NIEVE nieves . Le recomendamos gafas de proteccibn est & ndar o una m & scara de 1 . Para parar la descarga de nieve , suelte proteccibn de visibn amplia para usar la palanca de propulsi6n de la barrena . sobre sus anteojos . Vea la Figura 3 . NOTA : Si la unidad continua avanzando lentamente , consulte " Ajuste del cable de control de la barrena " en la secci6n C6MO AVANZAR de Servicio y Ajustes . 2 . Para parar el motor , mueva la palanca 1 . Sujete la palanca de propulsibn de la de ignici6n a la posici6n apagado ( OFF ) . barrena contra el mango ( yea la Figura 5 ) . La barrena comenzara a PARA CONTROLAR girar . LA DESCARGA DE NIEVE 2 . Para avanzar , levante el mango para 1 . Gire la manivela de control del tubo de permitir que las hojas de caucho de la descarga para determinar la direcci6n de barrena hagan contacto con el suelo . lanzamiento de la nieve . Sujete firmemente el mango del quita - 2 . Afloje la perilla de mariposa en el deflec - nieves a medida que 6ste comienza a tor del tubo de descarga y mueva el de - avanzar . Gufe el quitanieves moviendo flector para establecer la distancia . el mango ya sea hacia la izquierda o Mueva el deflector hacia ( ARRIBA ) para hacia la derecha . No intente empujar el mayor distancia , hacia ( ABAJO ) para quitanieves una distancia menor . Luego apriete la pe - rilla de mariposa ( vea la Figura 4 ) . 3 . Para detenerlo , suelte la palanca de propulsibn de la barrena . NOTA : Si la barrena contin6a girando , con - Deflector Deflector arriba suite " C6mo ajustar el cable de control de la abajo barrena " en la secci6n de Servicio y Ajustes . ' I Perilla de mariposa Figura 4 C6MO LANZAR LA NIEVE 1 . Enganche la palanca de propulsibn de la barrena . 2 . Para detener la descarga de nieve , suel - te la palanca de propulsibn de la ba - Fi 5 rrena . F - 021002C 49
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[ o _ oJ _ oooooooe _ l ANTES DE HACER ARRANCAR NOTA : Puede usar aceite de motor del tipo EL MOTOR S . A . E . 5W30 , para un arranque mas facil , cuando la temperatura esta constantemente ACEITE DE MOTOR : en - 6,7 ° C ( 20 ° F ) o menos . NOTA : Puede que el motor ya tenga algo Tapa / varilla de nivel de aceite . Revise con frecuencia al Ilenar el carter . NO LO LLENE DEMASIADO . Este quitanieves fue enviado con una botella de aceite para motor 5W30 . Este aceite de - bera ser afiadido al motor antes de hacerlo arrancar . 1 . Quite la tapa / varilla de nivel de aceite y Ilene el carter hasta la Ifnea " LLENO " ( FULL ) en la varilla de nivel . Figura 6 ) . NOTA : El nivel del aceite debera estar en - 2 . Cada vez que revise el nivel de aceite , tre la marca Ileno y la marca agregar aseg6rese de apretar bien la tapa / varilla Figura 6 de nivel . TIPO DE COMBUSTIBLE La certificaci6n del motor indica que 6ste NOTA : Para evitar problemas del motor , el sistema de combustible debe vaciarse antes cumple con las estipulaciones de las normas de regulaci6n de emisiones de California y de almacenar la unidad por 30 dfas o mas . de la US EPA para motores ULGE ( en equi - Arranque el motor y d6jelo en marcha hasta po de servicio o para c6sped y jardines ) . Los que las Ifneas de combustible y el carbura - motores ULGE estan certificados para fun - dor est6n vacfas . Use el escurridor de la ta - cionar con gasolina regular sin plomo . za del carburador para vaciar la gasolina residual de la cuba de nivel constante . Use gasolina fresca la siguiente temporada . Para obtener informaci6n adicional , consulte la mezclado con alcohol ( llamado , _ ADVERTENCIA : El combustible gasohol o aquellos que usan secci6n Instrucciones para almacenamien - etanol o metanol ) pueden atraer hume - to en este manual ) . dad la cual conduce a la separacibn y Nunca use productos de limpieza de motor o formacibn de _ cidos durante el almace - carburador en el tanque de combustible , de namiento . Los gases acidicos pueden Io contrario podrfa causar dafio permanente dafiar el sistema de combustible de un a la unidad . motor mientras se encuentra en almace - 1 . Llene el tanque 6nicamente con gasolina namiento . nueva , limpia , regular sin plomo , s6per sin plomo o gasolina automotor reformu - F - 021002C 50
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[ o _ oJ _ oooooooe _ l lada . NO use gasolina con plomo . Ase - C6MO HACER ARRANCAR EL gSrese de que el recipiente que contiene MOTOR la gasolina a utilizar , est6 limpio y sin 6xi - ( arranque manual ) do u otros residuos . Nunca use gasolina Cerci6rese de que el motor tenga suficiente que pueda estar afieja debido a su pro - aceite . El motor esta equipado con un siste - Iongado almacenamiento . ma de arranque manual . Antes de hacer arrancar el motor , asegSrese de haber leido la informaci6n siguiente : inflamable y debe tener mucho ADVERTENCIA : La gasolina es Cbmo hacer arrancar el motor en cuidado al manipularla o alamcenarla . frio 1 . Mueva la palanca de encendido a la po - • No Ilene el tanque de combustible mientras el quitanieves se encuentre sici6n de encendido ( on ) . en marcha , cuando est _ caliente , o 2 . Cuando est6 haciendo arrancar el motor , cuando el quitanieves se encuentre no enganche la palanca de propulsi6n de en un & rea cerrada . la barrena . • Mantenga la unidad alejada de llamas 3 . Mueva el control del ahogador a la posi - abiertas o chispas el _ ctricas y no fu - ci6n TOTAL . ( full ) . me mientras Ilena el tanque de com - 4 . Oprima el botbn cebador mientras cubre bustible . el agujero de ventilaci6n de la manera siguiente : Entre cebados , retire el dedo • Nunca Ilene el tanque completamente , del bot6n cebador . Llene el tanque hasta dejar entre • No use la funci6n de cebado si la 1 / 4 - 1 / 2 pulgada de la parte superior temperatura esta sobre 50 ° [ _ ( 10 ° _ ) . para proporcionar espacio para la ex - pansibn del combustible . • Oprima el bot6n dos veces si la tem - peratura esta entre 50 ° [ _ ( 10 ° _ ) y • Siempre Ilene el tanque al aire libre y 15 ° iT ( - 10 ° _ ) . use un embudo o boquilla para preve - nir el derrame . • Oprima el bot6n cuatro veces si la temperatura se encuentra por debajo • Asegt _ rese de limpiar cualquier com - de los 15 ° _ : ( - 10 ° _ ) . bustible derramado antes de arrancar • Oprima el bot6n cinco veces si la tem - el motor . peratura se encuentra por debajo de • Almacene la gasolina en un conten - los 15 ° IT ( - 10 ° _ ) . dor , limpio y aprobado , y mantenga la 5 . Jale la manija de arranque manual con tapa puesta y segura en el un movimiento rapido ( Figura 7 ) . No deje contenedor . que la manija se devuelva con violencia , Permita que se devuelva suavemente ANTES DE ARRANCAR EL mientras usted la sujeta firmemente . MOTOR Jale rapidamente la manija 1 . Antes de darle servicio a la unidad o de de arranque . hacer arrancar el motor , familiaricese con el quitanieves . AsegSrese de enten - der la funci6n y la ubicaci6n de todos los controles . 2 . AsegQrese de que todos los sujetadores est6n apretados . 3 . Antes de hacer arrancar el motor com - pruebe que todos los controles funcio - nan correctamente . C6MO PARAR EL MOTOR Figura 7 Para parar el motor , mueva la palanca de encendido a la posici6n de parada APAGA - 6 . Mientras el motor se va calentando , mue - DO / PARADA ) . va el control del ahogador a la posici6n 51 F - 021002C
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[ o _ oJ _ oooooooe _ l " 1 / 2 " ( mitad ) . Cuando el motor est6 fun - 2 . Con el motor parado , limpie toda la nieve cionando de manera uniforme , mueva la y humedad de la cubierta del carburador palanca del ahogador a la posici6n APA - en el area de las palancas de control . GADO . Asimismo , mueva el control de acelera - ci6n , control del ahogador y manija del NOTA : En temperaturas inferiores a los 0 ° [ _ arrancador varias veces . ( 1813S ) , deje que el motor se caliente por algunos minutos antes de comenzar a remo - ver y arrojar nieve . que el motor dentro de un re - , _ ADVERTENCIA : Nunca arran - cinto cerrado o en & reas con Cbmo hacer arrancar un motor poca ventilacibn . Los gases de escape caliente del motor contienen MON6XIDO DE Siesta arrancando un motor caliente des - CARBONO , UN GAS INODORO Y MOR - pu6s de haberlo apagado por un periodo TAL . Mantenga las manos , los pies , el corto , deje el ahogador en " APAGADO " pelo y la ropas sueltas alejadas de las ( OFF ) y no oprima el bot6n cebador . partes en movimiento tanto del motor como del quitanieves . ARRANQUE CONGELADO • La temperatura del silenciador y de Si el dispositivo de arranque esta congelado las piezas alrededor del silenciador y no puede hacer arrancar el motor : puede exceder los 150 ° _ : . Evite tocar 1 . Jale la mayor Iongitud de cuerda del estas partes . arrancador a reacci6n como sea posible . • NO permita que ni _ os ni adolescentes operen el quitanieves ni que est _ n 2 . Suelte la manija del arrancador y d6jela cerca cuando est _ funcionando . que se enrolle rapidamente contra el arrancador . C6MO RETIRAR OBJETOS Si el motor todavia no arranca , repita estos ATASCADOS EN LA BARRENA pasos hasta que Iogre encenderlo . Luego contin6e con las instrucciones para arranque en frio . mover ningt _ n objeto atascado , _ ADVERTENCIA : No intente re - Para ayudar a evitar que se congele el en la barrena sin tomar primero arrancador a reacci6n y los controles del las precauciones siguientes : motor , proceda de la manera siguiente des - • Suelte la palanca de propulsi6n de la ba - pu6s de cada trabajo de remoci6n de nieve . rrena . 1 . Con el motor en marcha , jale la cuerda • Mueva la palanca de encendido a la po - de arranque en6rgica y continuadamente sici6n stop para parar el motor . extendiendo todo el brazo , unas tres o • Desconecte el cable de la bujia . cuatro veces . El jalado de la cuerda de • No coloque las manos en la barrena o en arranque producira un sonido de repi - queteo fuerte . Esto no causa dafio ni al el tubo de descarga . Use una barra de motor ni al arrancador . apalancamiento . SUGERENCIAS PARA EL 2 . El lanzamiento de nieve mas efectivo se LANZAMIENTO DE NIEVE Iogra cuando la nieve se quita inmedia - tamente despu6s de la nevada . 1 . Cuando se levanta el mango , las hojas de caucho de la barrena entran en con - 3 . Para quitar completamente la nieve , so - tacto con el suelo y el quitanieves avan - breponga ligeramente las pasadas del za . Cuando se suelta la palanca de quitanieves . propulsi6n de la barrena , las hojas de 4 . Cuando sea posible , descargue la nieve caucho de la barrena se paran . Si las a favor del viento . hojas de caucho no paran , consulte " C6 - 5 . mo ajustar el cable de propulsi6n de la Se puede ajustar la distancia a la que la barrena " en la secci6n de Servicio y nieve sera lanzada , moviendo el deflec - Ajustes . tor del tubo de descarga . Para mas dis - 52 F - 021002C
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[ o _ oJ _ oooooooe _ l NIEVE SECA Y DE tancia levante el deflector , para menos POCA PROFUNDIDAD distancia baje el deflector . 6 . En condiciones de mucho viento , baje el 1 . La nieve que se acumule hasta profundi - deflector del tubo de descarga para diri - dades de ocho pulgadas puede quitarse gir la nieve lanzada mas cerca del suelo rapida y facilmente , caminando a una para evitar que el viento la sople hacia velocidad moderada con el quitanieves . areas no deseadas . Para acumulaciones de nieve de mayor profundidad , camine mas lento para per - 7 . Para su seguridad y para prevenir el da - fio al quitanieves , mantenga el area que mitir la descarga uniforme de nieve tan va a limpiar , libre de rocas , juguetes y pronto sea recogida por la barrena . otros objetos extrafios . 2 . Intente descargar la nieve a favor del viento . 8 . Cuando est6 quitando la nieve sobre en - tradas de auto cubiertas con grava o ro - NIEVE MOJADA Y COMPACTA ca triturada , no deje que las cuchillas de Avance lentamente para despejar la nieve la barrena toquen el suelo . Mueva el mojada y compacta . Si este tipo de nieve mango hacia abajo para levantar ligera - hace que la barrena gire mas lento o empie - mente las cuchillas de la barrena . za a atascar el tubo de descarga , retfrese un 9 . La velocidad de avance del quitanieves poco y empiece una serie de movimientos depende de la profundidad y del peso de cortos con el quitanieves , hacia adelante y la nieve . La manera mas eficiente de hacia atras . Estos movimientos cortos en la usar el quitanieves sera determinada por nieve ( de cuatro a seis pulgadas ) , ayudaran su experiencia bajo diversas condicio - a arrojar la nieve del tubo de descarga . nes . BANCOS Y ACUMULAClONES 10 . Despu6s de cada trabajo deje que el GRANDES DE NIEVE motor funcione por unos minutos . Asf se derretira la nieve y el hielo acumula - Para despejar la nieve que se acumula a dos en el motor . una altura mayor que el quitanieves , use el m6todo descrito anteriormente ( movimientos 11 . Limpie el quitanieves despu6s de cada cortos hacia adelante y hacia atras ) . Oriente USO . el tubo de descarga en direcci6n opuesta a 12 . Quite el hielo , la nieve y los residuos de la del banco o acumulaci6n grande de nieve . todo el quitanieves . Enjuaguelo con agua La remoci6n de este tipo de nieve tomara para quitarle toda la sal y otros productos qufmicos . Seque el quitanieves . mas tiempo . F - 021002C 53
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hV ! j ' - ' _ I lid _ _ 11 _ vIjI _ _ li I [ O ] RESPONSABILIDADES DEL PROPIETARIO REGISTROSDE SERVIClO Antes Anote las fechasen Antes Cada Cada Cada Cada de FECHA que se hace manteni - de ca - A me - 5 10 25 esta - guar - DEL miento regular da uso nudo horas horas horas ci6n darlo SERVICIO Cambiar el aceite del motor 1 / 1 / Revisar la bujia 1 / / 1 / / Vaciar el tanque de combustible E _ / Re _ i _ _ 6 _ i ! , . Revisar el ajuste del ca - ble de control de la ba - rrena ! / RECOMENDACIONES GENERALES • Apriete los sujetadores que est6n sueltos . La garantia de este quitanieves no cubre piezas que hayan sido sometidas a abuso o Revise y dele mantenimiento a la negligencia por parte del operador . Para re - barrena . cibir el valor completo de la garantia , el ope - rador debe mantener el quitanieves de • Revise los controles para asegurarse de acuerdo a las instrucciones contenidas en que funcionan adecuadamente . este manual . • Para evitar el congelamiento de la Se deben hacer algunos ajustes peri6dica - mente para mantener adecuadamente su barrena o de los controles , limpie toda la nieve y el hielo del quitanieves . quitanieves . LUBRICACI6N el arranque accidental del mo - _ ADVERTENClA : Para prevenir tor , siempre desconecte el ca - Lubricar el reborde del control ble de la bujia y mant _ ngalo alejado de del tubo de descarga . Lubricar _ sta , mientras realiza ajustes o repara - el reborde con un tipo de ciones a la unidad . que se adhiera tal como Lubriplate . DESPUES DE CADA USO • Haga funcionar la unidad para que salga toda la nieve acumulada en la barrena . • Para evitar el congelamiento de la barrena o de los controles , limpie toda la nieve y el hielo del quitanieves . Figura 8 • Vea si hay piezas sueltas 0 daSadas . 54 F - 021002C
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hV ! J ' - ' _ _ lid _ _ 11 _ vIJ _ I _ li I [ O ] AJUSTAR EL CABLE DE CONTROL DE LA BARRENA El cable de propulsi6n de la barrena fue ajustado en la fabrica . Si la barrena no en - gancha o desengancha correctamente , ajus - te el cable de propulsi6n de la barrena , de la manera siguiente : 1 . Afloje la tuerca que sujeta el resorte de tensidn del cable . ( Vea la Figura 9 ) . 2 . Deslice el resorte de tensidn del cable hacia la parte trasera de la unidad hasta que no quede nada de holgura . NOTA : El cable de control de la ba - rrena queda correctamente ajustado Tuerca cuando no queda holgura libre del cable cable y no hay tensi6n en el brazo de la polea de tensi6n . 3 . Apriete la tuerca que sujeta el resorte de tensibn del cable . Figura 9 Si se estira la correa , coloque el cable de control de la barrena en el otro agujero de la manera siguiente : 1 . Afloje la tuerca que sujeta el resorte de tensibn del cable . ( Vea la Figura 9 ) . 2 . Mueva el resorte de tensibn del cable hacia la parte delantera de la unidad pa - ra Iograr un maximo de holgura del ca - ble . Palanca de propulsi6n de 3 . Saque el extremo superior del cable de la barrena control de la barrena de la palanca de Mango propulsibn de la barrena . 4 . Instale el cable de control de la barre - na en el agujero que se muestra en la Figura 2 . 5 . Deslice el resorte de tensibn del cable hacia la parte trasera de la unidad hasta que no quede nada de holgura . NOTA : El cable de control de la barre - Cable de na esta ajustado correctamente cuando control de la barrena no queda holgura adicional y no hay ten - si6n en el brazo de la polea tensadora . Figura 10 6 . Apriete la tuerca que sujeta el resorte de tensibn del cable . F - 021002C 55
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llVl ! ' - _ ' _ lid _ _ 11iVlIl _ _ li I [ O ] LUBRICACI6N DEL MOTOR 3 . Saque con cuidado la tapa / varilla de ni - vel de aceite . El aceite empezara a caer en el recipiente para el aceite . Revise el nivel de aceite en el carter del ci - 4 . Despu6s que todo el aceite del motor gQefial ) antes de hacer arrancar el motor y haya salido , pare el quitanieves en la despu6s de cada cinco ( 5 ) horas de uso posici6n de operaci6n . continuo . Consulte la Figura 11 . Agregue 5 . Llene el motor con aceite S . A . E . 5W30 . aceite de motor S . A . E . 5W30 segSn sea ne - cesario . Apriete bien la tapa del aceite / varilla AsegSrese de que el aceite alcanza la de nivel cada vez que revise el nivel del marca FULL ( lleno ) en la tapa / varilla de aceite . nivel de aceite . NO SOBREPASE LA MEDIDA . Tapa / varilla de nivel NOTA : Cuando opere el quitanieves en condiciones de mucho fifo , 0 ° F o menos , use un aceite de motor 5W30 parcialmente sint6tico para que el motor arranque con ma - yor facilidad . BUJIA Revise la bujia cada veinticinco ( 25 ) horas de uso del quitanieves Reemplace la bujfa si NOTA : El nivel del aceite debera estar en - los electrodos estan picados o quemados o tre la marca Ileno y la marca agregar si la porcelana esta partida . Figura 11 1 . AsegSrese de que la bujia est6 limpia . Cambie el aceite cada veinticinco ( 25 ) horas Puede limpiarla raspando los electrodos de uso de la unidad , o por Io menos una vez ( no use aspersibn de arena ni cepillo al afio si el quitanieves no se usa por 25 ho - de metal para limpiarla ) . ras . 2 . Revise el entrehierro de la bujia usando C6MO CAMBIAR EL ACEITE DEL una I & mina calibradora y ajustando el MOTOR entrehierro a 0,30 " si es necesario . Vea Para cambiar el aceite del motor , debe incli - la Figura 13 . nar el motor hacia adelante y sacar el aceite 3 . Antes de instalar la bujia , cubra ligera - viejo por la boca de aceite , siguiendo los pa - mente la parte roscada con aceite para sos a continuaci6n . hacer mas facil sacarla si es necesario . 1 . Levante la parte trasera del quitanieves Apriete la bujfa a un par de torsi6n de 15 e incline la unidad hacia adelante . La po - libras - pie . sici6n correcta es con el quitanieves Lamina calibradora 0.030 " descansando sobre la parte delantera del alojamiento de la barrena . 2 . Coloque una bandeja para drenar el aceite debajo de la boca de aceite ( Vea la Figura 12 ) . Bujfa Figura 13 Boca de aceite Recipiente para el Figura 12 F - 021002C 56
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C ( _ MOQUITARLACUBIERTASUPERIOR A B Cubierta No hay controles de ajuste debajo de la C superior cubierta superior . Si es necesario quitar - C la , siga los pasos a continuaci6n : 1 . Quite los tornillos A que sujetan la abrazadera de soporte de la varilla a la cubierta superior . Haga girar la varilla de la manivela hacia arri - bay d6jela sobre la unidad . 2 . Retire el tornillo de seguridad B . 3 . Retire los tornillos de sujeci6n C de la orilla inferior trasera . 4 . Deslice la cubierta superior aproxi - Varade la manivela madamente 3 / 8 de pulgada hacia el de ajuste tanque de combustible y lev & ntela . 5 . Para instalar la cubierta superior , siga los pasos anteriores en orden Figura 14 inverso . C ( _ MOQUITARLACUBIERTADECORREA siga los pasos anteriores en orden inverso . 1 . Quite los tornillos A y las tuercas B NOTA : La cubierta de correa tiene guias de la cubierta de correa . moldeadas en la parte interior de la cu - 2 . Retire el tornillo de sujeci6n C de la bierta . Cuando instale la cubierta de co - parte trasera de la cubierta de co - rrea , encaje la palanca de propulsi6n de rrea . la barrena para apretar la correa contra la 3 . Retire la cubierta de correa de la polea . Esto dar & un espacio adecuado unidad . para las guias de la correa cuando insta - le la cubierta de la misma . 4 . Para instalar la cubierta de correa , C / Cubierta B de correa B A A A Figura 15 A 57 F - 021002C
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C6MO AJUSTAR EL FRENO DE LA BARRENA El freno de la barrena es ajustado en la fa - Palanca de propul - Tuerca de si6n de la barrena brica para asegurar la operaci6n segura del ajuste quitanieves . Si el freno de la barrena necesi - tara ajuste , siga los pasos a continuaci6n : 1 . Para alcanzar el freno de la barrena , in - Brazo del cline la parte delantera de la unidad ha - freno cia arriba . 2 , Aseg6rese de que la correa de propul - si6n de la barrena est6 bien instalada . Vea " C6mo sacar la correa de propul - si6n de la barrena " . Figura 16 Haga girar la tuerca de ajuste ( Vea la Figura 16 ) hacia adentro o hacia afuera hasta que el brazo del freno quede en contacto con la correa de propulsibn de la barrena ( Vea la Figura 17 ) . 4 , Sujete la palanca de propulsi6n de la ba - rrena en la posici6n enganchada y em - puje el brazo del freno hacia abajo para Correa de que no quede nada de holgura . rpropulsi6nena de la bar 5 , Si el ajuste es correcto quedara un 1 / 4 1 / 4 de de pulgada de espacio entre el brazo pulgada del freno y la correa de propulsibn de del la barrena cuando la palanca de propul - freno si6n de la barrena est6 enganchada Figura 17 ( Vea la Figura 17 ) . F - 021002C 58
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C6MO SACAR LA CORREA DE PROPULSI6N DE LA BARRENA La correa de propulsi6n de la barrena esta construida especialmente para la unidad y debe ser reemplazada con una correa origi - nal para la unidad , disponible en su tienda Sears mas cercana . Si la correa de propulsi6n de la barrena es - tuviera dafiada , el quitanieves no descargara Tornillo de la nieve y no avanzara . Reemplace la correa guia de dafiada de la manera indicada a continua - correa ci6n : Correa de propul - si6n de la barrena Figura 18 1 . Desconecte el cable de la bujia . 2 . Retire la cubierta de la correa . Consulte la secci6n " C6mo sacar la cubierta de la correa " . Fijese en el trayecto de la correa de Brazo propulsibn de la barrena . Si necesita guia ayuda , encontrara la calcomania con el diagrama . 4 , Retire el tornillo de la guia de la co - rrea y la guia de la correa ( Vea la Figura 18 ) . Para quitar la guia de la co - rrea , gire la guia de correa hacia aba - Polea tensora jo . Tornillo de la polea tensora Figura 19 5 . Retire el tornillo y la polea tensadora del brazo guia ( yea la Figura 19 ) . 6 , Saque la correa de propulsibn de la barrena de la polea del motor y deslice - la por el lado della caja del motor ( vea la Figura 20 ) . Correa de trasmi - si6n de barrena Figura 20 F - 021002C 59
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7 , Para sacar la correa de propulsibn de Correa de pro - la barrena de la polea del propulsor , pulsi6n de la barrena mueva el brazo guia a la posici6n de en - ganche . Esto le dara un espacio libre entre la polea del propulsor y el brazo de freno para sacar la correa de pro - Polea del pulsibn de la barrena ( vea la propulsor Figura 21 ) . 8 , Para instalar una nueva correa de pro - pulsi6n para la barrena , siga los pasos anteriores en orden inverso . Brazo de 9 , Revise los ajustes del cable de propul - freno si6n de la barrena . Consulte la secci6n eEspacio Figura 21 libr " Ajustar el cable de control de la barre - ha " . F - 021002C 60
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