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® 11 Horsepower 30 Inch Dual Stage 120V . Electric Start SNOWTHROWER MODEL NO . 536.886220 Caution : Read and follow all Safety Rules and Operating Instructions before first use of this product . SEARS , ROEBUCK AND CO . , Hoffman Estates , IL 60179 U . S . A . 761118 11 / 03 / 97
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Table of Contents 2 Service and Adjustments t 8 - 23 Storage 24 Warranty 2 Troubleshooting 25 Safety Rules 2 - 4 Contents of Shipping Carton 4 - 5 Snow Thrower Repair Parts 26 - 38 Engine Repair Parts 39 - 43 Assembly 5 - 9 Spanish ( Espa _ ot ) 44.70 Operation 10 - 14 Maintenance 15 - 17 Parts Ordering / Service _ Back Cover LIMITED TWO - YEAR WARRANTY ON CRAFTSMAN SNOW THROWER For two years from the date of purchase , when this Craftsman Snow Thrower is main - tained , lubricated , and tuned up according to the operating and maintenance instruc - tions 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 commemial or rental purposes , this war - ranty applies for only 90 days from the date of purchaser " ] his warranty does not cover the following : • Items which become worn during normal use , such as spark ptugs , drive belts and shear pins . • Repairs necessary because of operator abuse or negligence , including bent crank shafts and the failure to maintain the equipment according to the instructions con - tained in the owner's manual . WARRANTY SERVICE 1SAVAILABLE BY RETURNING THE CRAFTSMAN SNOW THROWER TO THE NEAREST SEARS SERVICE CENTER / DEPARTMENT IN THE UNITED STATES . THIS WARRANTY APPLIES ONLY WHILE THIS PRODUCT IS IN USE IN THE UNITED STATES . This warranty gives you specific legal rights , and you may also have other rights which may vary from state to state . Sears , Roebuck and Coo , D817WA0 Hoffman Estates , IL 60179 Look for this symbol to point out important safety precautions , It means - - - ATTENTIONlll Become alerttll Your safety is involved , TRAINING _ CAUTION : Always disconnect spark plug wire and place wire where it cannot 1 . Read the operator's manual carefully . contact spark plug to prevent accidental Be thoroughly familiar with the controls starting when setting - up , transporting , and the proper use of the snow thrower . adjusting or making repairs _ Know how to stop the snow thrower and disengage the controls quickly . IMPORTANT : Safety standards require operator presence controls to minimize the 2 . Never allow children to operate the risk of injury . Your snow thrower is snow thrower and keep them away equipped with such controls . Do not attempt while it is operating , Never allow adults to defeat the function of the operator to operate the snow thrower without ) resence control under any circumstances . proper instruction . Do not carry passen - gers . 3 . Keep the area of operation clear of all _ California Proposition 65 WARNING = The persons , particularly small children and pets . engine exhaust from this producte 4 . Exercise caution to avoid slipping or contains chemicals known to th falling , especially when operating in State of California to cause cancer reverse . birth defects or other reproductive harm .
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Exercise extreme caution when operat - PREPARATION 4 . ing on or crossing gravel drives , walks , 1 . Thoroughly inspect the area where the or roads . Stay alert for hidden hazards snow thrower is to be . used and remove or traffic . all doormats , sleds , boards , wires and After striking a foreign object , stop the other foreign objects . 5 . engine ( motor ) , remove the wire from 2 Disengage allclutches before starting the spark plug , disconnect the cord on the engine ( motor ) ° electric motors , thoroughly inspect the 3 Do not operate the snow thrower snow thrower for any damage , and without wearing adequate winter outer repair the damage before restarting and garments . Wear footwear that will operating the snow thrower . Improve footing on slippery surfaces . 6 . If the snow thrower should start to 4 . Handle fuel with care ; it is highly vibrate abnormally , stop the ( motor ) and flammable . check immediately for the cause . ( a ) Use an approved fuel container . Vibration is generally a warning of troubte . ( b ) Never remove fuel tank cap or add fuel to a running engine or hot 7o Stop the engine ( motor ) whenever you engine . leave the operating position , before unclogging the auger / impeller housing or ( c ) Fill fue ! tank outdoors with extreme care . Never fill fuel tank indoors . discharge guide , and when making any repairs , adjustments , or inspections . ( d ) Replace fuel tank cap securely and When cleaning , repairing , or inspecting , wipe up spiIled fuel . 8 _ make certain the auger / impeller and all ( e ) Never store fuel or snow thrower moving parts have stopped . Disconnect with fuel in the tank inside of a the spark plug wire and keep the wire building where fumes may reach away from the plug to prevent accidental an open flame or spark . starting . ( f ) Check fuel supply before each use , Take all possible precautions when allowing space for expansion as 9 . leaving the snow thrower unattended . the heat of the engine ( motor ) and / Disengage the augedimpeller , stop or sun can cause fue ! to expand . engine , and remove key , 5 _ Use extension cords and receptacles Do not run the engine indoors , except as specified by the manufacturer for all 10 . when starting the engine and for snow throwers with electric drive transporting the snow thrower in or out motors or electric starting motors , of the building . Open the outside doors ; 6 . Adjust the snow thrower height to clear exhaust fumes are dangerous ( contain - gravel or crushed rock surfaces . ing CARBON MONOXIDE , an ODOR - 7 . Never attempt to make any adjustments LESS and DEADLY GAS ) . while the engine ( motor ) is running Do not clear snow across the face of ( except when specifically recom - 11 . slopes . Exercise caution when changing mended by the manufacturer ) . direction on slopes _ Do not attempt to 8 . Let engine ( motor ) and snow thrower clear steep slopes . adjust to outdoor temperatures before Never operate the snow thrower without starting to clear snow . 12 . proper guards , plates or other safety 9 . Always wear safety glasses or eye protective devices in place _ shields during operation or while 13 . Never operate the snow thrower near performing an adjustment or repair to glass enclosures , automobiles , window protect eyes from foreign objects that wel _ s , drop - offs , and the like without may be thrown from the snow thrower , proper adjustment of the snow discharge OPERATION angle . Keep children and pets away , Do not overload the machine capacity by 1 . Do not operate this machine if you are 14 , attempting to clear snow at too fast a taking drugs gr other medication which rate . can cause drowsiness or affect your ability to operate this machine . 15 . Never operate the snow thrower at high transport speeds on slippery surfaces . 2 . Do not use this machine if you are Look behind and use care when mentally or physically unable to operate backing . this machine safely . Never direct discharge at bystanders or 3 . Do not put hands or feet near or under 16 . allow anyone in front of the snow rotating parts . Keep clear of the thrower . discharge opening at atl times .
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4 . Maintain or replace safety and instruc - 17 . Disengage power to the auger / impeller when snow thrower is transportedor tion labels , as necessary . not in use . 5 . Run the snow thrower a few minutes 18 . Use only attachments and accessories after throwing snow to prevent freeze - approved by the manufacturer of the up of the auger / impeller . snow thrower ( such as tire chains , Z _ WARNING " This snow thrower is for electric start kits , etc ) o 19 . Never operate the snow thrower use on sidewalks , driveways and other without good visibility or light . Always ground level surfaces . be sure of your footing , and keep a firm Caution should be exercised while using on hold on the handles ° Walk ; never run . steep sloping surfaces . DO NOT USE MAINTENANCE AND STORAGE SNOW THROWER ON SURFACES ABOVE GROUND LEVEL such as roofs of 1 . Check shear bolts and other bolts residences , garages , porches or other such frequently for proper tightness to be sure the snow thrower is in safe structures or buildings . working condition _ 2 . Never store the snow thrower with fuel in the fuel tank inside a building where ignition sources are present such as hot water and space heaters , clothes dryers , and the like . Allow the engine to cool before storing in any enclosure . 3 . Always refer to operator's manual instructions for important details it the snow thrower is to be stored for an extended pedod . Contents of Parts Bag Parts Bags ( not shown ) - Owner's Manual ( not shown ) Non Assembly parts are found in toolbox located on top of belt cover ° 2 - 3 / 8 - 16 x 2 In , Hex Head Bolt 2 - 318In . 2 - 318In . Flatwashers Lockwasher © D * 2 - Spare Spacers 1 - 11 / 32 sInchher 1 - Starter Motor Cord 2 - 318In . Hex Nut Flat wa I - Cotter Pin
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rts packed separately in carton ( not shown full size ) I - container 5W30 oil - Ignition Keys _ ttached to engine in plastic bag ) - ' 7 - Mid - Crank Rod 1 - Speed Contro ! Rod The figure below shows the snow thrower CAUTION : Always wear safety completely assembled . lasses or eye shields while assembling References to the right or left hand side now thrower . of the snow thrower are from the viewpoint " OOLS REQUIRED FOR ASSEMBLY ot the operator's position behind the unit . - Knife to cut carton and plastic ties er Drive Lever - 1 / 2 inch wrenches ( or adjustable Remote Chute Deflector Lever wrenches ) Speed ShifterLever . _ , - 9 / 16 inch wrenches ( or adjustable rive wrenches ) Lever 1 _ Pliers ( to spread cotter pin ) 1 - Screwdriver 1 - Air pressure gauge Assembly 1 - Measuring tape or ruler The figure below shows the snow thrower in CabIe the shipping , carton . Height Adjust Skids o 5
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INSTALL THE UPPER HANDLE HOW T ° SET UP YOUR SNOW THROWER • Cut ties securing the clutch control cables and remote chute control cable to the • Locate and remove container of 5W30 oil lower handle . Lay cable away from and parts bag found in parts box . handles . • Remove top pallet from carton . • Remove the bolts securing the upper • Cut and discard the plastic ties securing handles to the lower handles . See figure the mid - chute rod and speed control rod below . NOTE : Discard white plastic to the pallet , place them aside . Discard washer used for shipp ! pg purposes on pallet . the right side . • Cut all four corners of the carton from top o Remove upper handle assembly and to bottom and lay the panels flat . place it into operating position ° Upper handle should be on the outside of the • Cut the bands holding the snow thrower lower handle . to the lower pallet . ASSEMBLE SNOW CHUTE NOTE : Unless you have the assistance of another person , it may be easier to install one • Remove back carriage bolt , see figure side of the handle at a time , below , NOTE : Make sure the cables are not caught between the upper and lower handle . • Replace the boIts , ffatwasher , Iockwasher , and hex nuts removed earlier into the top holes ° Do not tighten ° • Install hardware supplied in parts bag ( screws , flatwashers , iockwashers , and Carria hex nuts ) into the lower holes . Bert / / / . . / Upper handle • Tilt chute back into operating position . - - i Remove See figure below , _ _ latwasher Chute in _ " " _ 3 / 8 X 2 " Screw operating _ 3 / 8 " hex Nu _ _ position 3 / 8 " Lockwasher • Tighten all four bolts . Carriage • Replace protective caps onto screws in Bolt upper holes . CONNECT REMOTE CHUTE • Replace carnage bolt . • Push remote chute control lever into • Tighten carriage bolt securely . NOTE : Check all bolts in chute ring for tightness . " Chute Deflector Up " f _ position , ° Remove and discard packaging used to • Feed " Z " fitting through hole in remote protect chute . chute bracket as shown in first figure on NOTE : DO NOTcut tie strap on chute de - next page , flector at this time , See second figure on • Snap remote chute control cable into next page . remote chute bracket , see next figure ,
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_ onnect " Z " fitting into remote chute ' . ontrol bracket as shown in figure below . : mote _ ute Remote Chute Mid . Crank _ ntrol Bracket Rod Rod acket lJmoteChutee Control Cab • Cut tie securing the lower crank rod to the chute rod bracket . See second figure below . - Carefully remove cotter pin and clevis Push remote chute control lever into , it pin from universal joint in lower end of " Chute Deflector Down " ' _ position . mid - crank rod as shown in figure below . NOTE : If this removes the universal joint Cut tie strap on chute deflector as shown and universal joint pin ° Place universal joint in figure below . into yoke of upper crank rod lining up large holes ° Insert universal joint pin ( ensure opening in universal joint pin is in line with small openings in universal joint ) . - - - . _ _ Universal Joint Pin Lower End _ " _ . . _ - _ . . . . j Universal Joint of Mid - " 1 / _ _ hute eflector ' , ISTALL MID - CHUTE ROD Cran _ ; et aside earlier ) a Carefully remove cotter pin and clevis Slide universal joint in mid - crank rod into pin from universal joint in the upper crank yoke of lower crank rod , insert clevis pin rod as shown in next figure . through assembly and secure with cotter pin . Spread ends of cotter pin to lock in _ OTE : If this removes the universal joint _ nd universal joint pin , Place universal joint place , See next figure _ . _ toyoke of upper crank rod lining up large Cable Tie iotes , Insert universal joint pin ( ensure Chute _ pening in universal joint pin is in line with ; mall openings in universal joint ) . Bracket Mid - Crank Rod _ ' Upper Lower C , evis Pin - - - - - - ' - ' _ / - " ' Crank Rod Jniversal Joint _ ' _ ' ' ' _ Universal _ . _ Joint Pin - ' _ Cotter Pin • Place yoke of open end of mid - crank rod around universal joint in upper crank rod . Insert clevis pin through assembly and secure with cotter pin . Spread ends of cotter pin to lock in place , See figure below ,
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CONNECT CONTROLCABLES View from the left side of unit • Removewrapfrom upper handle which gear position was used to protect clutch levers . NOTE : If control cables have become unattached from motor mount frame , Speed reconnect cables as shown below _ Select Bracket Traction drive Auger drive spring ( Long ) spring ( Short ) Auger drive springe cabl Control Rod o Move speed shifter lever into R 1position , Remove Iockwasher and nut from ball I lever joint , see next figure Attach ball joint to speed select lever with • Connect control cables to control lever lock'washer and nut , then tighten . See as shown in figure below . figure below . The speed control rod and NOTE : The control cables attached to the ball joint have been preadjusted at the auger clutch lever and traction clutch lever factory and should not require readjust - may need to be adjusted before you use ment . your snow thrower Speed Control T . . m - - _ Ball Joint Z " Fitting # _ 1I _ ' , - _ ' - m ' " Lever For instructions on checking or adjusting HEADLIGHT the control cables , ( See To Adjust Clutch Control Cables paragraph on page 19 ) . • Rotate headlight into operating position as shown in figure below . • Roll the snow thrower off the skid by pulling on the handle , Properly dispose of discarded packing . INSTALL SHIFTER ROD ( set aside earlier ) • Place speed shifter Iever into sixth gear position . • Insert speed control rod ( the end with the 90 ° bend ) into the speed select bracket lower hole , see next figure • Attach speed control rod to the speed se - lect bracket with one flatwasher and one cotter pin found in parts bag , see next figure _
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J CHECKLIST While learning how to use your snow thrower , pay extra attention to the following Before you operate your new snow thrower , important items : to ensure that you receive the best perfor - / J " Engine oil is at proper level ° mance and satisfaction from this quality , / # Make sure gas tank is filled properly product , please review the following with clean , fresh , unleaded gasoline ° checklist : # ' / Become familiar with all controls - their J All assembly instructions have been location and function . Operate controls completed . before starting engine . , , I The discharge chute rotates freely . , . I No remaining loose parts in carton . 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 _ Stop Fuel Engine Choke On Fast Slow Oil Primer Engage Traction Run Button Drive Clutch Discharge Ignition Auger Drive Forward Reverse Clutch _ chute - Left Key insert to _ _ run ) ull out Discharge Chute Chute chute - Right Deflector Deflector Up Down The operation of any snow thrower can result in foreign objects being thrown into the eyes , which can result in severe eye damage ° Always wear safety glasses or eye shields while operating the snow thrower ° We recommend standard safety glasses or a wide vision safety mask for over your glasses , available at Sears Retail Stores or Service Centers .
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Speed Shifter Lever . MranK Assembly Remote Chute Control Lever Lever \ Auger Drive Electric Starter Button Ignition Chute Deflector Chute Control Aug Height Adjust \ _ erBar Shear Bolt Auger Drive Lever - Starts and stops the Ignition Key - Must be inserted to start the auger and impeller ( snow gathering and engine ° throwing ) , Primer Button - Injects fuel directly into the carburetor manifold for fast starts in cold Traction Drive Lever - Propels the snow weather , thrower forward and in reverse . Headlight - Turns on whenever engine is Recoil Starter Handle - Starts the engine running , manually ° Speed Shifter Lever - Selects the speed of Throttle Control - Controls the engine snow thrower ( 6 speeds forward and 2 speed , speeds reverse ) . Electric Starter Button - Used to start the Crank Assembly - Changes the direction of engine using the 120 V . electric starter ° snow throwing through the discharge chute . Remote Chute Control Lever - Push for - Chute Deflector - Changes the distance ward to discharge snow high and far _ Pull the snow is thrown , remote lever back to discharge snow down , Shear Bolts - Are special bolts that are de - Discharge Chute - Changes the direction the snow is thrown . signed to break ( to protect the machine ) if an object becomes lodged in Choke Control , - Used to start a cold en - the auger housing . Use of a harder bolt will gine . destroy the protection provided by the shear Height Adjust Skids - Adjusts the ground bolto clearance of the auger housing _ Toolbox - Spare shear pins and spacers are located in toolbox . / / _ CAUTION : Read owner's manual before operating machine , Never direct discharge toward bystanders . Release the auger control bar and stop the engine before unclog - ging discharge chute or auger housing and before leaving the machine . 1o
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• Engage the traction drive lever as shown - IOW TO USE YOUR SNOW in first figure on this page , left hand . As tHROWER the snow thrower starts to move , maintain rO STOP YOUR SNOW THROWER a firm hold on the handles , and guide the , To stop throwing snow , release the auger snow thrower along the clearing path . Do drive lever ( see figure below ) . not attempt to push the snow thrower , , To stop the wheels , release the traction • To move the snow thrower backward , drive lever . move the speed shifter lever into first or second reverse and engage the traction • To stop the engine , push the throttle con - trol lever to off and pull out ( DO NOT drive lever ( left hand ) . TURN ) the ignition key , see figure on IMPORTANT : Never move the speed shifter page 10 . lever while the traction lever is down . TO THROW SNOW • Push down the auger drive lever , see first figure on this page . • Release to stop throwing snow . TO USEWHEEL LOCKOUT PIN , The left hand wheel is secured to the axle All ; lht Plan _ with a klick pin , see figure below . This unit was shipped with this klick pin in the Auger Drive Lever locked position ( klick pin through hole in TO CONTROLSNOW DISCHARGE wheel ) . o Turn the crank assembly to set the direc - tion of the snow throwing . 2 - Wheel Drive Adjust snow chute deflector to set the distance . Push remote lever forward to discharge snow down ° Pull remote lever back to discharge snow high and far . See Locked figure below , Position • For ease of maneuverability in light snow conditions , disconnect the klick pin from the wheel locked position and push into the single wheel drive position ( klick pin through axle hole only ) , see next figure . NOTE : Make sure that the klick pin is in the single wheel drive position , through axle TO MOVE FORWARD AND only and not through the hole in wheel . BACKWARD Klick Pin To shift , release the traction drive lever and move the speed shifter lever to the Single Wheel Drive speed you desire ' . Ground speed is deter - mined by snow conditions . Select the speed you desire by moving the speed shifter lever into the appropriate area on the control panel . Unlocked Speeds 1 , 2 - Wet , Heavy , Extra Deep Position Speed 3 - Light Speed 4 - Very Light Speeds 5 , 6 - Transport only
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WARNING : Experience indicates that alco - BEFORE STARTING THE ENGINE hol blended fuels ( called gasohol or those . If the snow thrower must be moved with - using ethanol or methanol ) can attract mois - out the aid of the engine , it is easier to pull ture which leads to separation and formation the snow thrower by the handles rather of acids during storage , , Acidic gas can dam - than pushing . age the fuel system of an engine while in storage , ° Before you service or start the engine , fa - miliarize yourself with the snow thrower . To avoid engine problems , the fuel system Be sure you understand the function and should be emptied before storage for 30 location of all controls . days or longer . Start the " engine and let it run NOTE : Check tension of c _ utch cables be - until the fuel lines and carburetor are empty . fore starting the engine ( See To Adjust The Use the carburetor bowl drain to empty re - Control Cables paragraph on page 19 ) . sidual gasoline from the float chamber , Use fresh fuel next season ( See Storage instruc - o Be sure that all fasteners are tight . tions on page 23 and 24 for additional • Make sure the height adjust skids are information ) . properly adjusted ( See To Adjust Skid For extreme cold operating conditions of 0 ° F Height paragraph on page 18 ) _ and below , use a partial synthetic 0W30 • Check tire pressure ( 14 pounds ) . See motor oit for easier starting . side of tire for maximum inflation . Do not exceed listed maximum pressure . Never use engine or carburetor cleaner products in the fuel tank or permanent dam - FILL OIL age may occur , NOTE : Engine may already contain some Fill the fuel tank with a fresh , clean , un - residual oil . Check frequently when fill - leaded regular , unleaded premium , or ing the crankcase , Do not over fill , reformulated automotive gasoline only , DO NOT use leaded gasoline . Be sure that the This snow thrower was shipped with a con - container you pour the gasoline from is tainer of 5W30 motor oil . This oil must be clean and free from rust or other foreign par - added to the engine before operating _ Re - ticles . Never use gasoline that may be stale move the oi ! fill cap / dipstick and fill the crank from long periods of storage in the con - case to ( FULL ) line on dipstick ( 26 ounces ) tainer . ( see figure below ) . _ CAUTION : Gasoline is flammable and caution must be used when handling or Fill / Dipstick storing it , Do not fill fuel tank while snow thrower is running , when it is hot , or when snow thrower is in an enclosed area , Keep away from open flame or an electrical spark and DO NOT SMOKE while filling the NOTE : Oit level must be fuel tank . between full and add Never fill the tank completely . Fill the tank mark . to within 1 / 4 " - 1 / 2 " from the top to provide space for expansion of fuel . Tighten the fill cap / dipstick securely each Always fill fuel tank outdoors and use a fun - time you check the oil leve ! . nel or spout to prevent spilling . Make sure to wipe up any spilled fuel before FILL GAS starting the engine . NOTICE : ENGINES WHICH ARE CERTI - Store gasoline in a clean , approved con - FIED TO COMPLY WITH CALIFORNIA tainer and keep the cap in place on the con - AND US EPA EMISSION REGULATIONS tainero FOR ULGE ENGINES : Are certified to op - TO STOP ENGINE erate on regular unleaded gasoline . Include the following emisssion control system ( s ) : To stop engine , move the throttle control EM , TWC ( if so equipped ) . Include any user lever to _ ( STOP ) position and remove adjustable features - therefore no other key . Keep the - key in a safe place . The adustments are needed . engine will not start without the key . NOTE : DO NOT turn key . 12
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Four times if temperature is below 15 ° Fo 3 START ENGINE ( Electric Starter ) , Push down on the starter button until the , _ sure that the engine has sufficient oil engine starts . Do not crank for more thaner _ e snow thrower engine is equipped with a t0 seconds at a time . This electric start _ . 0volt A , C . electric starter and recoil is thermally protected . If overheated it will artero Before starting the engine , be cer - stop automatically and can be restarted in that you have read the following infor - only when it has cooled to a safe mation : temperature ( a wait of about 5 to 10 minutes is required ) . _ CAUTION : This starter is equipped with a three - wire power cord and plug • When the engine starts , release the nd is designed to operate on 120 volt AC starter button and move choke lever to " 1 / ousehoid current , it must be properly 2 choke " position . When engine runs rounded at all times to avoid the possibility smoothly , move choke lever to " No f electrical shock which may be injurious to Choke " Position _ peraton Follow al ! instructions carefully as • Disconnect the power cord from the et forth in the " To Start Engine " section . receptacle first and then from the switch ) etermine that your house wiring is a three - box on engine . cite grounded system ° Ask a licensed elec - NOTE : Allow the engine to warm up for t ! clan if you are not sure . if your house several minutes before blowing snow in vire system is not a three - wire system , do temperatures below 0 ° Fo _ ot use this electric starter under any condi - • Run the engine at full throttle " f _ ( FAST ) ions . if your system is grounded and a when throwing snow . brae - hole receptacle is not available at the _ oint your starter will normally be used , one TO START ENGINE ( Recoil Starter ) _ hould be installed by a licensed electrician . _ hen connecting 120 volt AC power cord , Be sure that the engine has sufficient oil . _ tways connect the cord to the switch box The snow thrower engine is equipped with a on the engine first , then plug the other end recoil starter . Before starting the engine , be into the three - hole grounded receptacle . certain that you have read the following in - When disconnecting power cord , always formation : unplug the end in the three - hole grounded receptacle first . COLD START COLD START ° Be sure the auger drive and traction drive levers are in the disengaged ( released ) . Be sure the auger drive and traction drive position . levers are in the disengaged ( released ) position , • Move the throttle control to " _ ( FAST ) position . See figure on page 10 for loca - , Move the throttle control to ' _ ( FAST ) tion , position , See figure on page 10 . • Remove the keys from the plastic bag . ° Remove the keys from the plastic bag . In - Insert one key into the ignition slot . Be sert one key into the ignition slot . Be sure sure it snaps into place , DO NOT TURN it snaps into place . DO NOT TURN KEY . KEY . Keep the second key in a safe Keep the second key in a safe place . place . • Rotate the choke knob to H choke • Rotate the choke knob to H choke ON ON position . See figure on page 10 . position . See figure on page 10 . • Push the primer button , see figure on • Connect the power cord to the switch box page 10 , while covering the vent hole as on the engine _ follows : ( Remove finger from primer but - • Plug the other end of the power cord into ton between primes ) . a three - hole , grour _ ded 120 volt ArC . Do not prime if temperature is above receptacle . 50oE , Push the primer button while covering the Two times if temperature is 50 ° F to 15 ° E vent hole as follows : ( Remove finger from Four times if temperature is below 15 ° E primer button between primes ) . See figure on page t0 for location . • Pull the recoil starter handle rapidly . Do Do not prime it temperature is above not allow the handle to snap back , but al - 50 ° F . low it to rewind slowly while keeping a firm hold on the starter handle . Two times if temperature is 50 ° F to 15 ° F . 13
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. , As engine starts warms up move choke / _ CAUTION : Do no attempt to remove lever to " 1 / 2 choke " position . When engine any item that may become lodged in runs smoothly , move choke lever to " No auger without taking the following precau - Choke " Position tions : NOTE : Allow the engine to warm up for • Release auger drive and traction drive several minutes before blowing snow in tem - levers ° peratures below 0 ° F . ° Move throttle lever to stop position . • Run the engine at full throttle _ ( FAST ) • Remove ( DO NOT TURN ) ignition key . when throwing snow . • Disconnect spark , prug wire . WARM START • Do not place your hands in the auger or discharge chute . Use a pry bar . If restarting a warm engine after a short shutdown , leave choke at ( OFF ) and do not SNOW THROWING TIPS push the primer button . If the engine fails to start , follow the Cold Start instructions • For maximum snow thrower efficiency in above . removing snow , adjust ground speed , FROZEN RECOIL STARTER NEVER the throttle ° Go slower in deep , freezing , or wet snow . If the wheels slip , If the starter is frozen and will not turn reduce forward speed . The engine is de - engine : signed to deliver maximum performance , Pull as much rope out of the starter as at full throttle and should be run at this possible . power setting at all times . Most efficient • Release the starter handle and let it snap snow blowing is accomplished when the back against the starter . snow is removed immediately after it falls . If the starter still fails to turn engine , repeat • Forcomplete snow removal , slightly over - the two previous steps until the starter en . lap each path previously taken . Use more gages , Then continue with the directions for overlap in deep snow to prevent overload - cold start , ing , To help prevent possible freeze - up of recoil • The snow should be discharged down starter and engine controls , proceed as fol - wind whenever possible . In windy condi - lows after each snow removal job . tions , lower the chute deflector to direct • With the engine running , pull the starter discharged snow close to the ground , rope hard with a continuous full arm where it is less likely to blow into un - stroke three or four times . Pulling of wanted areas . starter rope will produce a loud clattering • For normal usage , set the skids so that sound . This is not harmful to the engine or starter . the scraper bar is 1 / 8 " above the skids . For extremely hard - packed snow sur - ° With the engine not running , wipe al ! snow and moisture from the carburetor faces , adjust the skids upward so that the cover in area of control levers . Also move scraper bar touches the ground ° throttle control , choke control , and starter ° On gravel or crushed rock surfaces , set handle several times . the skids at t - 1 / 4 " below the scraper bar ( See To Adjust Skids Height paragraph on Z _ CAUTION : Never run engine indoors page I8 ) _ Stones and gravel must not be or in enclosed , poorly ventilated areas . picked up and thrown by the machine . Engine exhaust contains carbon monoxide , ° After the snow throwing job has been an odorless and deadly gas . Keep hands , completed , allow the engine to idle for a feet , hair and loose clothing away from any few minutes , which will melt snow and ac - moving parts on engine and snow thrower _ cumulated ice off the engine . WARNING : Temperature of muffler and • Clean the snow thrower thoroughly after nearby areas may exceed 150 ° F . Avoid each use . these areas . • Remove ice and snow accumulation and DO NOT allow children or young teenagers all debris from the entire snow thrower , to operate or be near snow thrower while it and flush with water ( if possible ) to re - is operating ° move all salt or other chemicals . Wipe , snow thrower dry _ _ 4
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CUSTOMER RESPONSIBILITIES SCHEDULE SERVICE SERVICE DATES RECORDS Fill in dates as . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . After Befor _ As Every Ev Every Each Before first 2 Each Needed 5 10 25 Season Storage you complete Hours Use Hours Hours Hours regular service I ; TightenAftScrews & Nuts _ , _ LubricatPeivotPoints - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . v _ Lubricate Auger Shaft ( See v " 11 ShearBolt Replacement LubricateDiscDrivePlateZerl _ v " _ ' Check Spark Plug . , , - - 4 v " Check Engine Oil Level V't ChangeEngineOil _ ' _ . . . . . . . j CheckFuet , _ J Drain Fuel Check Auger Clulch Cable Adjustment ( SeeCabieAdj ) _ CheckTractionClutchCable v , " Adiustment ( See Cable Adt ) , _ I . . . . . . . CheckDriveBelts j PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS Some adjustments will need to be made pe - riodically to properly maintain your snow HORSE POWER : II HP thrower , LUBRICATION CHART DISPLACEMENT : 21,82 cu , ino GASOLINE CAPACITY : 4 quart ( unleaded ) Lubricate OIL ( 26 oz . Capacity ) : 5W - 30 Disc Drive SPARK PLUG : Champion RJ19LM Plate Zerk ( Gap . 030 ) or witha Hi Equivalent Tamp EP Moiy Grease , VALVE CLEARANCE : Intake : 0 _ 10 In , Exhaust : , 010 In . GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS The warranty on this . snow thrower does not cover items that have been subjected to op - erator abuse or negligence . To receive full value from the warranty , the operator mustn maintain the snow thrower as instructed i this manual . The above chart is provided to assist the operator in properly maintaining Lubricate the Auger Shaft , the snow thrower , Coat with a clinging type grease such as Lubriplate or fiber impregnated grease , 15
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SNOW THROWER Rubber _ Shaft Friction _ ! AFTER FIRST USE Disc Wheel / , _ o Check for any loose or damaged parts Gears after each use , Plate ( Require 1 • Tighten any loose fasteners . No . . . . . • Check and maintain the auger . Lubrication ) AFTER EACH USE Friction • Remove all snow and slush off the snow Wheel Grease thrower to prevent freezing of auger or controls . kl / Bearing Assembl Place coin in ngap • Check controls to make sure they are between frictio functioning properly , wheel and disc drive grease plate should be visible ° if any parts are worn or damaged , replace I , , I immediately ° [ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - - _ re - - a ! { s - - eGZerk SNOW THROWER • Remove the bottom panel ( see second figure on page 21 ) . LUBRICATION - EVERY 10 HOURS , Turn disc drive plate clockwise by hand • Auger Shaft - Using a hand grease gun , until grease zerk is clearly visible at front lubricate the auger shaft zerk fittings ( See center . See next figure . figure below ) every ten ( 10 ) operating • Place a coin or ( a shim of equal thick - hours . Each time a shear bolt is replaced ness ) between the rubber friction wheel ( See To Replace Auger Shear Bolt on and disc drive plate to prevent rubber fric - page 22 ) , the auger shaft MUST be tion wheel contacting the drive disc . greased . • To grease zerk , use a hand grease gun , lubricate with a Hi Temp EP Moiy grease See inset of figure above ° DO NOT over fill or allow grease to come in contact with the disc drive plate or friction wheel or damage will result . Fill zerk only until grease becomes visible below bearing as - sembly located under grease zerk see im sert above . IMPORTANT : Remove coin and ensure that a gap exists between friction wheel and disc drive plate . • For storage or when replacing shear bolts , remove shear bolts and lubricate NOTE : Clean all excess grease found on friction disc hub . auger shaft zerks , Rotate augers several times on the shaft and reinstall the shear CAUTION ; Do not allow grease to contact bolts . friction wheel and disc drive plate . • See Lubrication Chart diagram on page LUBRICATION - BEFORE STORAGE 15 for lubrication points and type of lubri - cant . Remove both wheels , grease ( any auto - motive type grease ) both axles , see figure LUBRICATION - EVERY 25 HOURS below , and replace wheels ° Do this at • Lubricate Disc Drive Plate every twenty - least once a year and / or prior to storage ° five ( 25 ) hours and at the end of the sea - son and / or before storage . To Lubricate : • Position speed selector lever in first gear . • Stand the snow thrower up on the auger Axle housing end . 16
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OIL RECOMMENDATION . UBRICATION Hex Shaft and Gears - Hex shaft and Only use high quality detergent oil rated with API service classification SG . Select gears require no lubrication . All bearings the oil's viscosity grade according to your and bushings are lifetime lubricated and expected operating temperature : require no maintenance ° _ IOTE " Any greasing or oiling of the above NOTE : For extreme cold operating condi - : omponents can cause contamination of tions of 0 ° and below , use a partial synthetic he friction wheel . If the disc drive plate or 0W30 motor oil for easier starting . riction wheel comes in contact with grease Change the oil every twenty - five ( 25 ) hours ) r oil , damage to the friction wheel will re - thereafter , and at the beginning of each ; ult , season . _ hould grease or oil come in contact with • Position the snow thrower so that the oil he disc drive plate or friction wheel , be sure drain plug is at the lowest point on the o clean the plate and wheel thoroughly . engine . Remove the oi ! drain plug and the oil fill cap / dipstick . Drain the oil into a _ ! OTE : For storage , the hex shaft and suitable container _ Oil will drain more ] ears should be wiped with 5W - 30 motor oil freely when warm . : o prevent rusting . See first figure on this • Replace the oil drain plug and tighten se - _ age . curely . , Auger Gear Box - The auger gear box is SPARK PLUG lubricated at the factory and should not require additional lubrication . If for some • Make sure that the spark plug is tight - reason the lubricant should leak out , or if ened securely into the engine and the the auger gear box has been serviced , spark plug wire is attached to the spark add Lubriplate No . 630 - AA or equivalent _ plug _ Maximum 3 - 1 / 4 ounces should be used . . If a torque wrench is available , torque Remove filler plug as seen in figure below plug to 18 to 23 foot pounds . once a year . If grease is visible , do not add . If grease is not visible , use a piece . Clean the area around the spark plug of fine wire like a dipstick , to check if base before removal to prevent dirt from there is grease in the gearbox . Add entering the engine . grease if necessary . Reinstall gear box o Clean the spark plug and reset the gap filler . pedodically at . 030 inch . Gear Box Filler Plug ENGINE LUBRICATION Check the crankcase oil level ( see figure be - low ) before starting tbe engine and after each five ( 5 ) hours of continuous use . Add S _ A . E . 5W30 motor oil as needed . Tighten fill cap / dipstick securely each time you check the oil level . el must be nd add mark 17
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Z _ CAUTION : Always disconnect the TO ADJUST SCRAPER BAR spark plug wire and tie back away from After considerable use , the metaI scraper the plug before making any adjustments bar will have a definite wear pattern . The or repairs , scraper bar in conjunction with the skids TO ADJUST SKID HEIGHT should always be adjusted to allow 1 / 8 " be - tween the scraper bar . arid the sidewalk or This snow thrower is equipped with two area to be cleaned ° The scraper bar may height adjustment skids , located on the out - have to be returned to its original lower set - side of the auger housing ( see figure be - ting to maintain the original performance low ) . These skids elevate the front of the level . To adjust : snow thrower . . • Position the snow thrower on a level sur - face . Auger Housin • Make sure both tires are equally inflated . • Loosen the carriage bolts and nuts secur - ing the scraper bar to the auger housing . Height Adjust • Adjust the scraper bar to the proper posi - tion . • Tighten the carriage bolts and nuts , mak - Skid Mounting Nuts ing sure that the scraper bar is parallel with the working surface . o For extended operation , the scraper bar For normal hard surfaces , adjust the Skids may be reversed . If the scraper bar must as follows : be replaced due to wear , remove the car - • Check tire pressure ( 14 pounds ) . See riage bolts and nuts and install a new side of tire for maximum inflation . Do not scraper bar . exceed maximum pressure on side of , 4k CAUTION : Be certain to maintain tire . proper ground clearance for your par . . • Place the extra shear bolts supplied ticular area to be cleared . Objects such as ( found in parts bag ) under each end of gravel , rocks or other debris , if struck by the the scraper bar near but not under the impeller , may be thrown with sufficient force skid . to cause personal injury , property damage • Loosen the skid mounting nuts ( see fig - or damage to the snow thrower . ure above ) and adjust the skids up to bring the front of the snow thrower down . • Re - tighten the mounting nuts . ° Set the skid on the other side at the same height . For rocky or uneven surfaces , adjust the skids as follows : • Raise the front of the snow thrower by moving the skids down . This will help pre - vent rocks and other debris from being picked up and thrown by the auger ° NOTE : Be sure that snow thrower is set at same height on both sides .
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FO ADJUST'THE CLUTCH CONTROL TO ADJUST BELTS 3ABLES Belts stretch during normal use , If you need to adjust the belts due to wear or stretch , % riodic adjustment of the cables may be proceed as follows : " equired due to normal stretch and wear on AUGER DRIVE BELT : he belts . To check for correct adjustment , : lisconnect " Z " Fitting at clutch lever , move If your snow thrower w ! ll not discharge clutch lever to the full forward position , just snow , check the control cable adjustment . If it is correct , then checkthe condition of the contacting the plastic bumper . The control cables are correctly adjusted when the cen - auger drive belt . It may be loose or dam - ter of the " Z " fitting is between the center aged . If it is damaged , replace it ( See To and top of the hole and there is no droop in Replace Belts paragraph on page 20 ) . If the the cable ( see figure below ) . If adjustment is auger drive belt is loose , adjust as follows : necessary : • Disconnect the spark plug wire . Control Lever • Remove the belt cover ( See second in tuti Plastic forwardposition figure on page 20 ) + Bumper ( JustContacting • Loosen the nut on the auger idler pulley PlasticBumper ) whenchecking ( See figure below ) and move the pulley toward the belt about 1 / 8 % o Tighten the nut . " Z " Fitting Traction Traction Auger Drive Belt Drive Remove fuei from tank , and stand blower Drive Belt Idler \ Belt Guide on end . ( Left Hand ) t Pull rubber boot off the top of the spring . Push the cable through the spring ( see nut figure below ) to expose the threaded por - Belt tion of the cable . Guide ( Right Hand ) Cable sprin ! Auger Idler Pultey uare end , Press the auger drive lever . Check the tension on the belt ( opposite auger idler pulley ) . The belt should deflect about I / 2 " with moderate pressure ( See figure below ) + NOTE " You may have to move the auger idler pulley more than once to obtain the correct tension , • Hold the square end of the threaded por . - tion with pliers and adjust the Iocknut in or out until the excess slack is removed . _ Drive Pulley • Pull the cable back through the spring Auger Idler _ , . _ , _ 112 inch and connect the cable , • Do the same for the other lever cable , if Engaged Pulley / _ Deflection
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Friction TO REPLACE FRICTION WHEEL tf the snow thrower will not move forward , and the friction wheel is worn or damaged , you need to replace it as follows : ( First allow Bearing the engine to cool ) . Plate Bolts • Drain the gasoline from the fuel tank by removing the fuel line at the carburetor . Drain the fuel in a container and reinstall Fasteners the fuel line . ( Bolts , Auger Z _ CAUTION : Drain gasoline outdoor away from fire or flame . • Disconnect the spark p _ ug wire . and nutsl / , , / { • Stand the snow thrower up on the auger housing end . • Remove the bottom panel ( see second figure on page 21 ) . • Remove the three ( 3 ) fasteners securing NOTE : Ensure friction wheel and friction the friction wheel to the hub ( see figure disc are free from grease or oilo below ) , • Replace bottom panel , • Lower the snow thrower onto the tires . Friction Wheef ' _ ' _ k , , . Lockwasher TO REPLACE AUGER SHEAR BOLT Bolt - , - _ The augers are secured to the auger shaft with special bolts ( see figure below ) that are designed to break ( to protect the machine ) if an object becomes lodged in the auger - _ H _ x Shaft housing . Use of a harder bolt will destroy the . / protection provided by the shear bolt . IMPORTANT ; To ensure safety and perfor - mance levels , only original equipment shear " - Lockwasher Bolt bolts should be used . When replacing shear bolts , be sure to replace shear bolt spacers ° • Remove the four bolts securing the bear - ing plates ( both sides ) , ( see second fig - ure on this page ) . Shear Pin • Remove right side bearing plate . Leave hex shaft in original position . } acer • Remove friction wheel from hub ° Slip fric - tion wheel off hex shaft towards right side . • Slip new friction wheel onto hub with re - cessed or cupped end away from hub / ( see figure above ) . • Ins'tall bearing plates to odginal position . ° To replace a broken shear bolt , proceed Ensure hex shaft is engaged with both as follows : bearing plates , • Move the throttle to I _ ( STOP ) and turn • Secure bearing plates , using bolts re - off all controls . moved earlier . • Disconnect the spark plug wire . Be sure • Secure friction wheel to hub using fasten - all moving parts have stopped . ers removed earlier . Ensure hex shaft • Lubricate the auger shaft zerk fitting ( See turns freely . the Maintenance section on pages 15 - t7 ) . 22
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TO ADJUST : • Align the hole in the auger with the hole in the auger shaft ° Install the new shear • Clean the spark plug by carefully scrap - pin and spacer found in toolbox located ing the electrodes ( do not sand blast or on top of belt cover , use a wire brush ) , NOTE : The spacer fits inside the larger • Be sure the spark plug is clean and free hole in the auger tube . of foreign material . Check the electrodes • Reconnect the spark plug wire . gap ( see figure below ) with a wire feeler gauge and reset the gap to . 030 inch if TO ADJUST CARBURETOR necessary , If you think your carburetor needs adjusting , see your nearest Authorized Sears Service Center . Engine performance should not be affected at altitudes up to 7,000 feet . For operation at higher elevations , contact your nearest Sears Service Center . TO ADJUST OR REPLACE TO REPLACE : THE SPARK PLUG • tf you need a new spark plug , use only NOTICE : This spark ignition system meets the proper replacement spark plug ( see all requirements of the Canadian Interfer - page t5 ) . ence - Causing Equipment Regulations . • Set the gap to . 030 . NOTICE : This engine complies with all cur - rent Australian and New Zealand limitaions • Before installing the spark plug , coat its threads lightly with oil or grease to insure regarding electromagnetic interference . easy removal . If you have difficulty starting your snow • Tighten the plug firmly into the engine . thrower , you may need to adjust or replace the spark plug . Follow the instructions be - . if a torque wrench is available , torque the low . plug to 18 to 23 ft . - lbs . Replace the spark plug if the electrodes are pitted or burned or if the porcelain is cracked .
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Z _ CAUTION : Never store your snow thrower indoors or in an enclosed , poorly ventilated area ff gasoline remains in the tank . fumes may reach an open flame , spark or pilot light from a furnace , water heater , clothes dryer , cigarette , etc . To prevent engine damage ( if snow thrower is not used for more than 30 days ) follow the steps below . Carburetor Bowl SNOW THROWER STORAGE Always follow instructions on stabilizer con - • Thoroughly clean the snow thrower . tainer . Then run engine at least 10 minutes o Lubricate all lubrication points ( see the after stabilizer is added to allow mixture to Maintenance section on pages 15 - 17 ) . reach carburetor . Store snow thrower in a • Be sure that all nuts , bolts and screws are safe place . See Caution on this page , securely fastened . Inspect all visible mov - You can keep your engine in good operating ing pads for damage , breakage and wear . condition during storage by : Replace if necessary . ° Changing oil ( see page 17 ) 4 • Touch up all rusted or chipped paint sur - faces ; sand lightly before painting . , Lubricating the piston / cyfinder area . . This can be done by first removing the spark • Cover the b - are metal parts of the blower plug and squirting a few drops of clean housing auger and the impeller with rust engine oil into the spark plug holeo Then preventative , such as a spray lubricant ° cover the spark plug hole with a rag to NOTE : A yearly checkup or tune - up by a absorb oil spray . Next , rotate the engine SEARS Service Center is a good way to in - by pulling the starter rope fully out two or sure that your snow thrower will provide three times . Finally , reinstall spark plug maximum performance for the next season . and attach spark plug wire . ENGINE STORAGE OTHER Gasoline must be removed or treated to pre - " If possible , store your snow thrower in - vent gum deposits from forming in the tank , doors and cover it to give protection from filter , hose , and carburetor during storage . dust and dirt . Also during storage , alcohol blended gaso - line that uses ethanol or methanol ( some - • If the machine must be stored outdoors , block up the snow thrower to be sure the times called gasohol ) attracts water . It acts on the gasoline to form acids which damage entire machine is off the ground . the engine . , Cover the snow thrower with a suitable • To remove gasoline , run the engine until protective cover that does not retain the tank is empty and the engine stops . moisture . Do not use plastic or vinyl . Then drain remaining gasoline from car - IMPORTANT : Never cover snow thrower buretor by pressing upward on bowl drain while engine and exhaust areas are still located on the bottom of carburetor ( see warm . next figure ) . • tf you do not want to remove gasoline , a fuel stabilizer ( such as Craftsman Fuel Stabilizer No , 33500 ) may be added to any gasoline left in the tank to minimize gum deposits and acids ° If the tank is al - most empty , mix stabilizer with fresh gaso . . line in a separate container and add some to the tank . 24
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TROUBLE CAUSE CORRECTION Difficult starting Defective spark pIug Replace defective plug Water or dirt in fuel system Use carburetor bowt drain to flush and refill with fresh fuel Engine runs er - Blocked fuel line or tow on fuel Clean fuel line ; check fuei sup - ratically ply ; add fresh gasoline ( gaso - line / oil mixture if 2 - cycie engine ) Engine stalls Unit running on CHOKE Move choke lever to OFF positior Engine runs er - Water or dirt in fuel system LJse carburetor bowl drain to ratically ; flush and refill with fresh fuel Loss of power Excessive Loose parts ; damaged impeller Stop engine immediately and vibration disconnect spark plug wire . Tighten all bolts and make all necessary repairs _ if vibration continues , have the unit ser - viced by a Sears service repair - man Units fails to Drive belt loose or damaged Adjust auger drive belt : Replace propel itself if damaged incorrect adjustment of auger con - Adjust traction drive cable tro ! cable Worn or damaged friction wheel Repair friction wheel Unit fails to Auger drive belt loose or damaged Replace auger drive belt discharge snow Auger control cable not adjusted Adjust auger control cable correctly Replace shear bolt Shear bolt broken Stop engine immediately and dis . Discharge chute clogged connect spark plug wire ° Clean discharge chute and inside of au - ger housing Stop engine immediately and dis _ Foreign object lodged in auger connect spark plug wire . Remove object from auger . Loose wire connection Tighten connection Headlight does not work Bulb burned out Replace headlight bulb 25
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CRAFTSMAN 30 " - 11H.P . SNOW THROWER 536.886220 - - - i ELECTRIC START ASSEMBLY REF PART NAME . , _ - _ " _ : : . . . NO . PART NO . Starter Motor _ , . 6 6218 Screw , 1 / 4 - 20X . 50 . i : : , " _ ] 7 6216 Screw , # 6 - 32X2 ° 50 ! _ " " I 8 6217 _ 9 6219 Cord , Starter Motor il _ ' : 761118 Owner's Manual Eng / Sp 319051B ENGINE ASSEMBLY REF , REF _ PART NO . PART NAME NO . PART NOo PART NAME NO . | Model 143.981001 53 579854 ENGINE Pulley Half , j 54 579861 Flatwasher . 752X . 91X . 02 ( See Engine Pages ) 57 579932 Belt , V 12 J 331216 Screw , 5 / 16 - 18X1.50 58 73840 Flatwasher . 765X1.12X _ 06 13 120638 Washer , Hvsptlk 59 586251 Belt Guide RH Spacer Sleeve 31 3949 60 586253 Washer , Hvsp _ lk Engine Pulley V4L 33 l 120638 63 585416 34 I 910828 Screw , 5116 - 24X 1 . . 00 Belt , V 4L Belt Guide RH 57 313826 Flatwasher 41 I 3949 68 120382 43 1 120638 Washer , Hvsptlk Washer , Regsptlk 69 39573 Screw 3 / 8 - 24X1 00 44 91O828 Screw , 5tl 6 - 24X 1.00 5 ' 1 579855 Washer , Crankshaft 319042G Note ; Always use original equipment parts . Use of All unnumbered items are ser ¢ i _ e / reptacement parts other than odginal parts interchangeable with opposite side may void your warranty °
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CRAFTSMAN 30 " - 11H.P . SNOW THROWER 536.886220 FRAME ASSEMBLY 342574B REF . I REF . { NO . PART NAME _ NO . I PARTNOo PART NAME 340386 - 848 i8oi Frame Assy 124 1710138 Stud , Brake Arm 88 780055 i Screw , 5 / 16 - t8X 30 125 120382 Washer , Regsptlk 583031 - 8481 90 Cover , Bottom Wheel 126 782585 Nut , 1 / 4 - 20 Reghexctrlk : 91 310169 Screw , 1 / 4 - 20X . 63 I27 48306 Pulley 100 I 761195 Plate , Clutch Arm t28 58336 Bolt , . 375 x . 375 761196 ldJer Bracket 103 1 t29 120385 Washer , Flat 104 I 710200 Sh . Bolt , 3 / 8 - 16 , 250 x . 56 x . 049 780072 105 t Nut , 3 / 8 - 16 133 339017 Idler Spring 106 I 340682 Cable Clip 140 579872 Idler Arm Lever 108 ! 761153 Cable , Auger 141 180077 Screw 5 / 16.18X ° 75 109 I 340869 Shield , Cable Guard 142 73795 Flatwasher . 328X1.25X . 075 110 I 585781 Bolt , 3 / 8 - 16XIo25 143 579865 Bushing , } dler Lever 111 996418 , Flatwasher , 506xo75x . 024 144 71038 Nut , 5 / 16 - 18 Hexnly 112 I 313843 Idler Pulley 145 313854 ; dterSpring t15 I 41529 Nut , 3 / 8 - 16 Hxctrtkjam t46 180124 Screw , 3 / 8 - 16X1.25 116 I 585470 Bolt , Brake Arm 148 313843 Idler Pulley 117 I 585608 Nut , 9 / 16 - 18 Jamctdk 149 41529 Nut 3 / 8 - 16 Hxctrlkjam 118 I 585446 Bolt - Brake Arm 160 760478 Belt Cover 119 I 73801 Pin , Spdng 161 310169 Screw , 1 / 4 - 20X , 63 120 I 581540 Pad , Auger / Impeller Brake 162 71067 Flatwasher . 286X63X , 065 121 761197 Bracket t63 760539 Lid , Belt Cover 122 I 585609 Nut , 1 / 2 - 20 Jamctrlk 123 I 1499 Nut , 3 / 8 . . 16 Reghxctrlk 27
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CRAFTSMAN 30 " - 11H + P . SNOW THROWER 536.886220 DRIVE ASSEMBLY O @ @ 313995 J REF . I NO . PART NO . PART NAME PART NO . PART NAME . . . . . . . . . I 190 579941 18002o LeverAssy [ 229 Screw , 1 / 4 - 20X . 75 19t 313853 Bearing Flange 230 334163 Bearing and Retainer Assy 192 137185 Cotter Pin 231 780055 Screw 5 / 16 - 18X . 50 193 313919 Spring , Return 232 120638 Washer , Hvsptik 195 579937 Lever , Spring Traction i235 579858 Special Washer t96 11871 Screw t / 4 - 20X , 63 240 579897 Hex Assy # 40 - 8TW I98 782585 Nut , 1 / 4 - 20 Reghexctrlk 243 462 Retex Ring 210 583163 + 853 Disc Assy 244 71074 Flatwasher + 53X 100X 063 211 583206 Grease Zerk 245 337029 Trunion Bearing 215 583155 Hex Shaft 246 313883 Friction Wheel Assy 216 85501 Trunion Bearing 247 11871 Screw , 1 / 4 - 20X . 63 217 71074 Flatwasher 249 303008 Nut 1 / 4 - 20 Hex Keps . 53 X1 . 00X + 063 250 579858 Special Washer 221 73811 Retex Ringer 255 334163 Bearing and Retainer Assy Ftatwash 222 580969 256 Screw 5116 - 18X _ 80 780055 . 680X1 + 12X . 060 257 120638 Washer , Hvsptik 223 43846 Ball Bearing 270 334163 Bearing and Retainer Assy 224 580970 Square Key . 18SQX . 63LG 271 780055 Screw , 5 / 16 + 18X . 50 225 580961 Pulley , V3L 6 ° 50X _ 56 1275 5830 ' 10 Jack Assy # 41 - 36T & TT 226 WaveWasher 580965 1276 334163 Bearing and Retainer Assy 227 578962 Flatwasher 277 780055 Screw , 5 / 16 + 18X . 50 . 281X1.00X + 063 278 579867 Chain Roller # 42 X 40P 228 120380 Washer , Regsp ! tck 28
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CRAFTSMAN30 " - 11H.P . SNOW THROWER 536,886220 GEAR CASE ASSEMBLY 314014D JREF REF . I PART NAME NO . PART NO . PART NAME = ART NO . NO _ 9 Gear Case RH 896 300 I 3t6 73905 Woodruff Key # 91 895 Gear Case LH 301 I 32O 313914 Ring , Quad 910828 Screw , 5 / 16 - 24Xl , 00 303 I 321 583126 Bearing . Flange52X1 , 3O4 I 71100 Nut , 5 / t6 - 24 Flatwasher . 7 24Xo093 322 48275 305 I 330434 Screw , 5 / 16 = 24Xl ° 50 323 313828 Bearing , Roll 313872 306 I Pipe Plut 48275 Flatwasher . 752X1 24X , 093 324 780151 Oil Sea _ 310 I 326 50795 HFPro Key 606 311 I 313870 Bearing Sleeve 327 313862 Worm Gear 313871 Flat'washer 312 I 33O 53731 Bearing . Sleeve 313 1 760527 Auger Shaft 340 impeller Assy 585423 - 853 897 Gasket , Gear Box j3141 Worm Gear 313861 1315 , , , I 29
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CRAFTSMAN 30 " - 11H.P ° SNOW THROWER 536.886220 DISCHARGE CHUTE ASSEMBLY f _ REF , NO , PART NO . PART NAME 580 761168 - 853 Upper Chute 582 578088 Screw , 5 / 16 - 18X , 75 584 71038 Nut , 5 / 16 - 18 Reghxctrtk 585 578088 Screw , 5 / 16 - 18X . 75 586 6711 Plastic Washer , 587 71038 Nut , 5 / 16 - 18 Reghxctrlk 600 761169 - 853 Lower Chute 601 586280 Bolt , 5 / t 6 - 18X1.00 602 120393 Flatwasher . 344X , 69X . 065 603 71038 Nut , 5 / 16 - 18 Hexnyl 608 585214 - 853 Chute Collar 607 302628 Screw , 1 / 4 - 20X 75 608 i71067 Flatwasher , 286X , 63Xo065 609 782585 Nut , 1 / 4 - 20 Reghxctrtk 610 337227 Inner Ring Retainer 611 585193 Outer Ring Retainer 340892E - 1 3O
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i CRAFTSMAN 30 " - 11H.P . SNOW THROWER 536.886220 AUGER HOUSING ASSEMBLY @ 339974 M REF . REF . NO . PART NO . PART NAME NO . PART NO . PART NAME 480 583146 52I 760596 - 853 Pulley , V4L 8.40 OD Auger Assy LH 482 71371 Square Key , 16SQX . 88LG 522 Screw , 114o20X1.75 483 71074 Flatwasher 523 3943 Spacer Stebve . 53 X1 _ 00X , 063 524 Nut , 1 / 4 - 20 Reghxctrlk 313873 484 274654 Nut , 1 / 2 - 20 Reghxctdk 525 Auger Shaft Bearing 485 334514 Spacer , Sleeve 526 73755 Flatwasher 582960 490 Ball Bearing Retainer 1.005X1.31X . 035 491 43846 Ball Bearing 527 782967 Screw , 5 / 16 - 18X . 88 180077 493 Screw , 5 / 16 - 18X . 75 540 585385 - 853 Height Adj ° Skid 499 710026 Nut , 5 / 16 - 18 Reghex 541 340720 Bolt , 5 / 16 - 18X . 75 5O0 760666 - 648 Housing Assy 542 120393 Flatwasher 5O9 760040 Plug ° 344X . 69Xo065 510 760659 - 853 Scraper Blade 543 120638 Washer , HvsptIk 511 340720 Bolt , 5 / 16 - 18X . 75 544 120376 Nut , 5116 - 18Reghex 514 710026 Nut , 5 / 16 - 18 Hxwdfllk Whiz 520 760595 - 853 Auger Assy RH * When ordering replacement parts order Shear Pin , part # 760875 . 3 _
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CRAFTSMAN 30 " - 11H.P . SNOW THROWER 536.886220 HEADLIGHT PANEL ASSEMBLY REF . NO , PART NO . PART NAME 620 583490 Housing , headlight Upper 621 581575 Headlight Assy 622 583491 Housing , headlight ° , , = ! 41 ! ' ] J Lower 623 180024 Screw , 114 - 20x 125 760745 Wire Harness 624 g21 ' : , , 625 760821 Bracket , Light 11234 Screw , 5 / 16 - 18 x 2.75 i6267 62 120393 Washer , Fiat 628 120638 Washer , Lock 760482 Bracket , Mount 629 830 120376 Nut , 5116 - 18 631 782585 Nut , 1 / 4 - 20 832 307781 Screw , # 8 x 1.75 3426236 WHEEL ASSEMBLY I O REF . NO . PART NO . PART NAME 650 5830 7 Axle Shaft . . . . . 652 583007 Hub Sprocket 653 73839 Screw , 1 / 4 - 20X225 i654 782585 Nut , 1 / 4 - 20 Reghxctrik 655 581730 Bearing , Flange ' 656 583013 Roller Chain 671 73840 Flatwasher o765X1 . 12X06 673 585591 Wheel Bushing 675 584633 _ re and Rim 676 577015 Screw 1 / 4 - 20X1 . . 76 ' 677 782585 Nut , 1 / 4 - 20 Reghxctdk 678 239 Retex Ring25 679 73842 Klik Pin . X 1.38 DIA 318542F 32
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CRAFTSMAN 30 " ' 11H.P . SNOW THROWER 536.886220 HANDI . E ASSEMBLY ° o 340090K _ 1 REF , REF , PAR1 " NO , NO . PART NAME ' NO . PART NO . PART NAME 720 581736 Handle , Upper LH 741 73664 Push - on Nut 3 / 8 " 721 581738 ' 742 Handle , Upper RH 579257 Cable , Clutch Control 724 7268 Screw , 3 / 8 - 16X300 743 579869 Tension Spring 725 71072 Flatwasher 744 I673 Spring , Auger Clutch . 406X _ 81X . 066 745 782585 Nut , 1 / 4 - 20 Reghxctrlk 726 120382 Washer , Regsptik 746 308146 Boot , Clutch Spring 727 1499 Nut , 3 / 8 - 16 reghxctrlk 750 5543 - 853 LowerHandle 728 7289 Stop , Plastic 751 782967 Screw , 5 / 16 - 16X . 88 729 578328 Grip , Handte 752 120638 Washer , Hvsptlk 730 581761 - 853 Handle Assy , LH 1498 753 Nut , 5 / 16 - 18 Reghxctdk 731 581758 - 653 Handle Assy , RH 754 180079 Screw , 5 / 16 - 18X 1.00 732 581766 Rod , Clutch Handle 755 302680 Washer , Flat 733 300311 E Ring 756 71007 Screw , 3 / 8 - 16X2.00 734 3535 Push - onNut 760 578330 - 853 Panel Assy 735 4049 Bumper 761 302900 Screw , 5 / 16 - 18X1.75 579057 736 Cam Bracket 762 120393 Flatwasher 737 180016 Screw , 1 / 4 - 20X 50 . 344X ° 69X . 065 738 782585 Nut , 1 / 4 - 20 763 120638 Washer , Hvsptlk 739 8417 Cam Lock , 764 120376 , Nut , 5 / 16 - 18 Reghex 740 584673 Pin , Spring Pivot 33
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RAFTSMAN 4 - CYCLE ENGINE MODEL NUMBER : 143.981001 lrburetor No . 640054 @ " - 37 _ ' - , 37 I " - r2 f PART ; tEF . PART REF PART NAME iNO . PART NAME N _ , No . , ! O . ) 640054 Carburetdr ' ( incl 184 on engine ) 27 63t 024 Float Shaft 631776A Throttle Shaft & Lever Ass'y . 28 632019 Float ) 631970 29 63102821 Throttle Retum Spring Float Bowt " O " Ring & 631776 Throtter Shutter 30 6310 Inlet Needle , Seat Clip 650506 Shutter Screw ( lnc131 ) 10 632112 Choke Shaft & Lever Assy 31 6310226A SpringClip I4 632174 Choke Shutter 32 2713 Bowl Drain Assemblyet 15 630735 Choke Positioning Spring 33 02755405 Drain Plunger Gask 16 632164 36 640 Main Nozzle Tube Fuel Fitting Throttle Crack Screw / Idle t7 650417 37 632547 " O " Ring , Main Nozzle Tube 4044 Speed Screw 640012 High SpeedBowl Nut 27110 Bowl Nut Washer 18 630766 TensionSpring 47 6307487 _ _ 0 640016 Idle Restrictor Screw Welch Plug , Idle Mixture Well 48 63102 20A 640053 Welch Plug , Atmospheric Vent Idle Restsfictor Screw Cap & _ 5 631951 Float Bowl Assy ( tncl 32 33 )
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CRAFTSMAN 30 ' _ - ' 11H.P . SNOW THROWER 536.886220 REMOTE CHUTE ASSEMBLY 4 A i REF . NO , PART NO . PART NAME 965 780207 Spring , Tension 966 120385 Washer , Flat 967 310088 Bolt , t / 4 - 20 968 120393 Flatwasher , 344x . 69x . 065 969 46931 Nut , 1 / 4 - 20 970 180077 Screw , 5 / 16 - 18X ° 75 971 780066 Bracket , Cable Chute 972 1498 Nut , 5 / 16 , . 18 Reghxctrlk 975 761129 Cable , Chute Control 990 122168 Screw , 3 / 8 - 16 x 1.75 991 120394 Washer , Flat 992 4051 Washer , Spring 993 578659 Lever , Chute 995 578293 Knob , 1.5 Diameter 996 71046 Nut , 3 / 8 - 16 343076B 35
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CRAFTSMAN 30 " - 11H.P , SNOW THROWER 536.886220 CHUTE CONTROL ROD ASSEMBLY 36
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CRAFTSMAN 30 " - 11H ° Po SNOW THROWER 536.886220 CHUTE CONTROL ROD ASSEMBLY REF _ NO . PART NO . PART NAME 850 578295 Rod , Assy Upper Chute 851 71072 Flatwasher 406X . 81X . 066 852 121222 Cotter Pin 853 578051 Cover , Chute Crank 854 578043 Handle 855 1795 Retainer Cap 3 / 8 856 73664 Nut , Push - on 3 / 6 " 857 578044 - 853 Bracket , Console 858 180077 Screw , 5 / 164 8X , 75 859 120393 Flatwasher , 344X , 69X , 065 860 71038 Nut , 5116 - 18Hexnyl 861 761099 Rod , Mid - Chute Assy 862 30289 Wave Washer 864 761066 - 853 Bracket , Lower Chute Control 867 339560 Rod , Lower Chute Assy 868 55023 Trim 77 ° 5 " 872 578063 Block , Universal Pivot ° 873 578309 Clevis Pin 874 578060 Pin , Universal Joint 875 579493 Cotter Pin 676 585195 Worm Bracket 677 585196 Worm Gear 340866G 37
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CRAFTSMAN 30 " - 11H.P . SNOW THROWER 536.886220 DECALS 340893B REF PART NAME PART NO . NO . 760970 Decal , t2 " Impeller 822 823 313892 Decal , Danger Chute 824 70141 Decal , Danger Foot 302922 B25 Decal , Danger 828 760968 Decal , Craftsman 760967 Decal , 11 / 30 ES 827 828 761078 Decal , Danger Chute Decal , Control Panel 8291 761095 Decal , Toolbox 760983 i833 38
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CRAFTSMAN30 " - 1 ' 1H , P . SNOW THROWER 536.886220 HANDLE ASSEMBLY 340090K - 2 REF . PART NAME NO . PART NO . Consote 770 339966 771 308313 Plug 772 300303 Screw , . 25X75X . 51 774 579440 Screw , 1 / 4 - 20X , 50acket Gear Selector Br 780 578144 - 853 78t 122168 Screw . 3 / 8 - 16X1.75 782 313842 wSpringasher Flat , 406X . 81X _ 065 783 120394 784 71046 Nut , 3 / 8 - 16 Hexnyl FIatwasher 785 73787 788 578292 Knob , to50 DIA Cotter Pin . 090 DIAX _ 75LG 790 121222 Fiatwasher , 344X , 69X , 065 791 120393 Shift Red 792 760966 793 120368 Nut . 5 / 16 - 24 Reghex 795 120638 Washer , Hvsptlk . 328Xo60X . 09 796 313841 Steel Bal ! Joint 811 579944 Bearing Flange Rod , Assy Yoke " Panel " 812 1337436 813 7111 Nut 3 / 8 = 16
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CRAFTSMAN 4 - CYCLE ENGINE MODEL NUMBER : 143.981001 3 _ z _ ' T 19 _ 1 186 4 _
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; RAFTSMAN 4 - CYCLE ENGINE MODEL NUMBER : 143.981001 : _ ef . # I Part Noi Description Ref . # Part No . Desc iptton 35371 ! Cyiinder ( incl 2 20 72 ) 149 27862 Valve Spring ( 2 27652 ! Dowel P { n / 149A 35662 Valve Spdng ( 3 650820 ' , Screw , 1 4 - 20xlt2 " 150 27881 Valve Spring 4 31857 ! Oil Drain Extension 151 32561 Valve Sprlng ] _ or t69 27896A Valve Cover C et 5 30969 i Extension Cap 15 1306990 , Governor Rod ( Inc115A & t58 ) 170 28423 Breather lBoderr 171 28424 Breather E 15A 30700 Governor Yoke = 15B 1650494 Screw 6 - 40 x 5 / 16 172 28425 Valve Cover 16 33454 Governor Lover I73 35350 Breather Tub _ 17 129916 Govemor Lover Clamp t74 650126 Screw 10 - 24 t / ' 2 " 18 . 1651026 ScrewT - 15 6 - 32x318 " 178 29752 Nut & Lock Washer 1t4 - 28 " 19 134663 Speed Control Spring 182 30088A Screw , 1 / 4 - 28 20 135319 Oil Seal 183 34587A ChokeBraeke 25 J36460 Blower Housing Baffle 184 33263 Carburetor To _ take Pine Gskt 26 } 650561 Screw 1 / 4 - 20x5t8 " 185 33677 intake P _ peLin _ 28 | 30322 Loocknut 8 - 32 166 34667 Governor t868 36652 Choke Spring 30 136245A Crankshaft = 35 J29626 Screw 10 - 32x314 200 34677 Control Bkt ( tncL 203.204 ) 36 | 29916 Lockwashor 203 31342 Compression Spring . 37 1292t6 Locknut 10 - 32 204 651029 Screw , T - 10 5 - 40x7 / 16 38 129642 Retaining Ring 208 610973 Terminal 40 | 35776 Piston , Pin , & Ring Set ( Std ) 207 33878 Throttle Unk 209 650821 Screw 10 - 32 1 / 2 = 40 135777 Piston , Ptn , & Rtng Set ( - 010 : ) 40 J35776 Piston , Ptn , & Ring Set { , 020 ) 215 35440 Control Knob 219 34586 Choke Rod 41 135773 Piston & Pin Assy ( Std ( Incl . 43 ) . _ 20 35438 Choke Knob 41 | 35774 Piston & Pin Assy ( o010 . OS ) ( tnc143 ) 41 135775 Piston & Pin Assy ( . O20 OS ( Inel . 43 ) 222 25620 Screw 10 - 32 I / 2 " 42 | 35779 Ring Set ( Std ) 223 650378 Screw Torx 1 " - 5 / ' ! 6 - t8x1 - 1 / 8 " 42 J35760 Ring Set ( . 010 = OS ) 224 27915A Intake Pipe Gasket 260 35447A Blower Housi _ 42 135781 Ring Set ( . . 020 ' OS ) 26t 650786 Screw 5 / 16 - 1E 43 135772 Piston Pin Retaining Ring 45 136896 Connecting Rod Assy ( tncl 47,49 ) 262 297478 Screw Torx 1 " . 5 / ' 16 - 24x21 / 32 ' 47 1651033 Connecting Rod Bolt 264A 650602 Screw , 1 / 4 - 20 48 134034 Vatve Lifter 265 332728 Cylinder Hoa _ : _ ver ( BIack ) 49 136896 Oil Dipper 275 35056 Muffier 50 135375 Camshaft ( MCR ) 276 31586 Locking Plate 50 I33273A Blower Hsing Extension 277 651002 Screw 5116 - 1E 8 " 55 | 650128 Screw 10 - 24xl / 2 " 28t 33013 Starter BubbS _ _ ver 69 _ 35262A Cylinder Cover Gasket 282 _ 50760 Screw 8 - 32x3 , 70 } 35376 Cylinder Cover ( tncl 71,75 , & 80 ) 265 359858 Starter Cupk 71 J35377 Crankshaft Bushing 267 29752 Nut & Loc w _ 1 / ' 4 - 28 75 ] 35319 Oil Sea _ 290 30705 Fuel Line 90 131845 Governor Shatt 292 26460 Fuel Line Clar _ p 91 130590A Washer 298 650665 Screw 1 / 4d5 : If4 ' 82 135378 Govemor Gear Assy . ( tnc181 ) 300 34156A Fuel Tank ( Inci 292 & 301 ) 83 | 30588A Govemor Spool 301 35355 Fuel CapTube 84 | 29193 Retaining Ring 305 35554 Oil Fi ] t 307 35499 " O " Ring 86 | 650833 Screw , 1 / 4 - 20xl - 3116 " 87 | 650832 Screw 1 / 4 - 20xld 1 / 16 306 35540 Fill Tube Ciip 89 | 32589 Flywheel Key 310 36205 Dipstick 90 1611193 Flywhea _ ( w / ring gear ) 314 650973 Screw 1 / 4 - 20 x 3 / ' 4 92 1650860 Lock Washer 315 ! 611111 Allemator Coi { ( 18 Watt ) ( lnc1323 ) 93 1650861 Flywheel Nut 1323 i611118 Terminal 100 i35135 Softd State Ignition 325 29443 Wire Clip 101 1610118 Spark Plug Cover 327 35392 Starter Plug 102 1651024 Solid State Mttng - Stud 328 35593 Ignttton Key 103 1651007 Screw Torx T - 15 10 24x15 / 16 329 1610973 Terminal 110 135187 Ground Wire 335 35057A Carburetor Co 110A 137047 Ground Wire 336 i650765 Screw 10 - 32x ' / ' 2 " 119 136451 Cylinder Head Gasket 338 28942 Screw 10 - 32x3 / 8 " 120 136449 Cylinder Heed 340 : 34154 FuelTank Bracket 341 i34155 FueI Tank Bracket 125 127878A ExhaustyalL'e ( std ) ! lnc1151 ) 125 127680A Exhaust Vatve ( 1 / 32 OS ) ( inct I51 ) 342 650561 Screw 1 / 4 - 20x ; / 8 " 350 ; 570682 Primer Bulb 126 134035 Intake Valve { std ) ( ! ncl . 15t ) 126 | 34036 Intake Valve ( 1 / ' 32 OS ) ( tnc1151 ) 351 ! 32160C Primer Line 127 { 650691 Washer 355 590574 Starter Handi _ ( Mitten Grip ) 126 | 650690 Belfeviflo Washer 364 33377 Carburetor Co tracker 365 : , 650767 Screw 8 - 32x2 _ / 64 " 129 | 650727 Screw , 5 / ' 16 - 18xl - 3 / ' 4 " 370 36261 Identification [ 130 | 6021A Screw 5 / ' 16 - 18x1 - 1 / 2 3708 i35077 Control Decal 131 | 650694A Screw , 5 / ' 16 - 18 x2 . 131A _ 650713 Screw 5 / 16 - 16 x 5 / ' 8 370C 36501 Primer Decal t35 | 35395 Resistor Spark Ptug ( RJ19LM ) 3701 35878 Wamfng Deca 380 640054 Carburetor ( In , 184 ) t39 | 33369 Governor Gear Bracket 390 590733 Rewind StarVe 396 33329D Electric Starts Motor Kit ( Optional ) 400 36452A Gasket Set 140 _ 650836 Screw 10 - 24xlt2
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CRAFTSMAN 4 - CYCLE ENGINE MODEL NUMBER : 143.981001 Starter No . 590733 ! 1 _ , - . _ w _ i _ PART iREF , _ NO . NO . PART NAME _ 0 590733 RewindStarter 1 590599A0 SpringPin ( lncL4 ) 59060 rWasherer i2i3 590696 Retainhe 4 Was 999590601789 5 00590666 BrakeSpring 6 5959 Starter [ Jog i7 Dog RSpringewind 35907094 is Pulley & Sprg Assy 11 5907 Starter HousingAssy 12 590535 StarterRope " ( Length 96 x9 / 64 " dta ) 13 590574 Mitten Grip Handle ( not included withstarter ) 42
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, RAFTSMAN 4 - CYCLE ENGINE MODEL NUMBER : 143.981001 ; tarter Noo590749 I REF , PART NO . , , N ( 3 , PART NAME 0 590749 Rewind Starter 1 590599A SpringPin ( IncL 4 ) 2 590600 Washer 3 590679 Retainer 4 590601 Washer 5 590678 Brake gSpringgRewind 6 590680 Starter Doin ; ; 7 590412 Dog Spr & Pulley Spring Assy , 181 590682 590750 StarterHousing Assy ; . 12 590535 Starter Rope ( Ig | h 98 x9 / 64 ) 13 590574 Mitten Grip Handle ( Not included with starter ) 43
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0761118 Manual
10ENGINE Model 143.981001 (see engine pages)
12331216 Screw, 5/16-18x1.50
13120638 Washer 8pk
313949 Guide rod be
33120638 Washer 8pk
34910828 Screw
413949 Guide rod be
43420638 Washer, hvsptlk
44910828 Screw
51579855 Washer crankshaft
53579854 Half pulley
54579861 Flat washer
57579932 Belt
5873840 Flat washer
59586251 Spacer sleeve
60586253 Pulley
63585416 Belt
67313826 Flat washer
68120382 Washer 8pk
6939573 Screw
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66218 Starter kit
76216 Screw, 1/4-20x .50
86217 Screw, #6-32x2.50
96219 Starter cord
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620583490 Template
621581575 Headlight
622583491 Headlight case
623180024 Bolt
624760745 Wire harness
625760821 Bracket, light
62611234 Screw
627120393 Washer 8pk
628120638 Washer 8pk
629760482 Headlight bracket
630120376 Nut 8pk
631782585 Nut.25-20 he
632307781 Screw
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650583017 Axle
652583007 Sprocket
65373839 Screw
654782585 Nut.25-20 he
655581730 Brng fl .755
656583013 Chain roller
67173840 Flat washer
673585591 Bushing wheel
675584633 Tire & rim,
676577015 Screw shr 1/
677782585 Nut.25-20 he
678239 Ring ret tru
67973842 Pin klik .25
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100761195 Plate
103761196 Idler bracket
104710200 Bolt shoulde
105780072 Nut
106340682 Cable clip
108761153 Auger cable
109340869 Shield cable
110585781 Bolt, 38-16
111996418 Flat washer
112313843 Pulley idler
11541529 Nut, 38-16
116585470 Brng slev
117585608 Nut, 916-18
118585446 Brake arm
11973801 Pin spring.1
120581540 Pad auger im
121761197 Bracket
122585609 Nut, 12-20
1231499 Nut hlk 38
124710138 Stud, brake arm
125120382 Washer 8pk
126782585 Nut.25-20 he
12748306 Pulley
12858336 Bolt
129120385 Washer 8pk
133339017 Spring idler
140579872 Lever idler
141180077 Screw, 5/16-18 x 0.75
14273795 Flatwasher .328x1.25x.075
143579865 Bushing, idler lever
14471038 Nut.31-18 he
145313854 Spring idler
146180124 Screw 5pk
148313843 Pulley idler
14941529 Nut, 38-16
160760478 Use 760478 b
161310169 Screw
162120392 Flat washer
163760539 Lid, blt cov
80340386-848 Wp frame as
88780055 Screw.31-18x
91310169 Screw
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190579941 Assembly t lever
191313853 Bushing
192137185 Cotter pin
193313919 Return spring
195579937 Lever
19611871 Bolt
198782585 Nut.25-20 he
210583163-853 Wp disc fric
211583206 Grease zerk
215583155 Shaft hex
21685501 Trunnion bearing
21771074 Washer 8pk
22173811 Ring
222580969 Flat washer
22343846 203 brg
224580970 Square key
225580961 Pulley
226580965 Wave washer
227578962 Flatwasher .281x1.00x.063
228120380 Washer 8pk
229180020 Screw 8pk
230334163 Bearing & re
231780055 Screw.31-18x
232120638 Washer 8pk
235579858 Washer
240579897 Lf hex assy#
243462 Retention ring
24471074 Washer 8pk
245337029 Hub friction
246313883 Friction wheel
24711871 Bolt
249303008 Nut
250579858 Washer
255334163 Bearing & re
256780055 Screw.31-18x
257120638 Washer 8pk
270334163 Bearing & re
271780055 Screw.31-18x
275583010 Wf jackshaft
276334163 Bearing & re
277780055 Screw.31-18x
278579867 Chain roller
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300896 Housing
301895 Case gear
303910828 Screw
30471100 Nut.31-24 he
305330434 Screw.31-24x
306313872 Plug- pipe 1
310780151 Cr seal oil
311313870 Brng slev 1x
312313871 Flat washer
313760527 Auger shaft
314897 Gasket gear
315313861 Wrm gear
31673905 Woodruff key
320313914 Ring quad .9
321583126 Impeller bea
32248275 Flat washer
323313828 Brng roll .7
32448275 Flat washer
32650795 Key hi-pro 6
327313862 Worm gear
33053731 Slve bearing
340585423-853 Wp impeller,
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580761168-853 Chute up
582578088 Screw 5/16-1
58471038 Nut.31-18 he
585578088 Screw 5/16-1
5866711 Washer
58771038 Nut.31-18 he
600761169 Lower chute
601586280 Carriage bolt
602120393 Washer 8pk
60371038 Nut.31-18 he
606585214-853 Chute collar
607180020 Screw 8pk
608120392 Flat washer
609782585 Nut.25-20 he
610337227 Retainer ring
611585193 Retainer ring
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480583146 Pulley
48271371 Square key
48371074 Washer 8pk
484274654 Nut 1/2-20 r
485334514 Spacer sleeve
490582960 Ball retainer
49143846 203 brg
493180077 Screw, 5/16-18 x 0.75
499710026 Nut, 5/16-18
500760686-848 Housing assembly
509760040 Christmas plug
510760659-853 Scraper blade
511340720 Bolt, carr 5/16-18 x .75
514710026 Nut, 5/16-18
520760595-853 R auger assy
521760596-853 L auger assy
522N/P Screw, 1/4-20x1.75 (when ordering replacement p...
5233943 Spacer sleeve
524N/P Nut, 1/4-20 reghxctrlk (when ordering replaceme...
525313873 Shaft
52673755 Flatwasher 1.005x1.31x.035
527782967 Tap screw
540585385-853 Height adjustable skid
541340720 Bolt, carr 5/16-18 x .75
542120393 Washer 8pk
543120638 Washer 8pk
544120376 Nut 8pk
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720581736-853 Handle, upper lh
721581738-853 Handle, upper rh
7247288 Screw
725120394 Washer 8pk
726120382 Washer 8pk
7271499 Nut hlk 38
7287289 Stop
729578328 Grip, handle
730581761-853 Wp hdl assy
731581758-853 Wp hdl, assy
732581766 Rod, clutch handle
733300311 Ret ring
7343535 Nut push on
7354049 Bumper rectifier
736579057 Cam bracket
737180016 Screw
738782585 Nut.25-20 he
7398417 Cam lock
740584673 P pin spring
74173664 Nut push on
742579257 Clutch cable
743579869 Tension spring
7441673 Auger spring
745782585 Nut.25-20 he
746308146 Clutch boot
7505543-853 Mp hdle, lwr
751782967 Tap screw
752120638 Washer 8pk
7531498 Nut 8pk
754180079 Screw, 516-
755302680 Flat washer
75671007 Screw
760578330-853 Panel assembly
761302900 Screw, 516-
762120393 Washer 8pk
763120638 Washer 8pk
764120376 Nut 8pk
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770339966 Console
771308313 Plug
772300303 Screw, .25x.
774579440 Screw.25-20x
780578144-853 Wl lever ass
781122168 Screw,hhcs,3
782313842 Spring .509
783120394 Washer 8pk
78471046 Nut
78573787 Flat washer
788578292 Knob
790121222 Pin 8pk
791120393 Washer 8pk
792760966 Shift rod
793120368 Wheel nut
795120638 Washer 8pk
796313841 Balljoint st
811579944 Bearing
812337436 Wl rod, assy
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965780207 Tension spring
966120385 Washer 8pk
967310088 Bolt-shd.250
968120393 Washer 8pk
96946931 Nut
970180077 Screw, 5/16-18 x 0.75
971780066 Lf brkt cabl
9721498 Nut 8pk
975761129 Chute cable
990122168 Screw,hhcs,3
991120394 Washer 8pk
9924051 Washer
993578659 Lever, chute
995578293 Knob, 1.5 diameter
99671046 Nut
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850578295 Rod, assembly upper chute
851120394 Washer 8pk
852121222 Pin 8pk
853578051 Cov,chte cnk
854578043 Handle
8551795 Retainer cap
85673664 Nut push on
857578044-853 Bracket, console
858180077 Screw, 5/16-18 x 0.75
859120393 Washer 8pk
86071038 Nut.31-18 he
861761099 Rod, mid-chute assembly
86230289 Wave washer
864761066-853 Bracket, lower chute control
867339560 Rod, lower chute assembly
86855023 Trim 77.5"
872578063 Housing, universal
873578309 Lf pin clevi
874578060 Universal joint pin
875579493 Cotter pin
876585195 Worm bracket
877585196 Chute worm gear
0761118 Manual
822760970 Decal, 12" impeller
823313892 Decal, danger chute
82470141 Decal
825302922 Danger decal
826760968 Decal
827760967 Decal, 11/30 es
828761078 Decal, tx-16
829761095 Decal, control panel
833760983 Decal