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Operator's Manual Snow Thrower 7.75 Horsepower 26 - inch Dual Stage Model 536.887750 CAUTION : Before using this product , read this manual and follow all of its Safety Rules and Operating Instructions . Manual del usario Quitanieves de 26 pulgadas 7.75 caballos de fuerza ( hp ) Bietapico Modelo 536.887750 PRECAUCION : Antes de usar este producto , lea este manual y siga todas las reglas de seguridad e instrucciones de operaci6n . Sears , Roebuck and Co . , Hoffman Estates , IL 60179 U . S . A . F - 011068L www . sears . com / craftsman
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NInL , ' : q ] ! = l [ o ] d [ _ o _ _ Innl = 1 _ In _ WARRANTY STATEMENT . . . . . . 2 STORAGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 SAFETY RULES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 TROUBLE SHOOTING CHART . . 34 INTERNATIONAL SYMBOLS . . . 4 REPAIR PARTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 ENGINE REPAIR PARTS . . . . . . . 54 OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 SPANISH ( ESPAI _ IOL ) . . . . . . . . . . 63 MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 PARTS ORDERING / SERVICE . . SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENT . . 23 BACK COVER LIMITED TWO - YEAR WARRANTY ON CRAFTSMAN SNOW THROWER For two years from the date of purchase , when this Craftsman Snow thrower is maintained , lubricated , and tuned up according to the operating and maintenance instructions in the owner's manual , Craftsman will repair , free of charge , any defect in material or workman - ship . 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 THROWERTO THE NEAREST CRAFTSMAN 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 Co . , D817WA , Hoffman Estates . IL 60179 IT MEANS - - ATTENTION ! ! ! BECOME ALERT ! ! ! YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED . _ k OOK FOR THIS SYMBOL TO POINT OUT IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS . nect the spark plug wire _ k ARNING : Always discon - and place it where it cannot make contact with spark plug to Engine Exhaust , some of its constituents , and prevent accidental starting during : certain vehicle components contain or emit Preparation , Maintenance , or Stor - chemicals known to the State of California to age of your snow thrower . cause cancer and birth defects or other repro - ductive harm . IMPORTANT : Safety standards re - Battery posts , terminals and related accessories quire operator presence controls to minimize the risk of injury . Your snow contain lead and lead compounds , chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer thrower is equipped with such controls . and birth defects or other reproductive harm . Do not attempt to defeat the function of WASH HANDS AFTER HANDLING . the operator presence control under any circumstances . F - O11068L 2
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TRAINING Always wear safety glasses or eye shields during operation or while performing an ad - 1 . Read the operating and service instruction justment or repair to protect eyes from manual carefully . Be thoroughly familiar foreign objects that may be thrown from the with the controls and the proper use of the snow thrower . equipment . Know how to stop the unit and OPERATION disengage the controls quickly . 2 . Never allow children to operate the equip - 1 . Do not operate this machine if you are tak - ment . Never allow adults to operate the ing drugs or other medication which can equipment without proper instruction . cause drowsiness or affect your ability to 3 . Keep the area of operation clear of all per - operate this machine . sons , particularly small children and pets . 2 . Do not use this machine if you are mentally 4 . Exercise caution to avoid slipping or falling or physically unable to operate this ma - chine safely . especially when operating in reverse . 3 . Do not put hands or feet near or under ro - PREPARATION tating parts . Keep clear of the discharge opening at all times . 1 . Thoroughly inspect the area where the 4 . Exercise extreme caution when operating equipment is to be used and remove all on or crossing gravel drives , walks or doormats , sleds , boards , wires , and other roads . Stay alert for hidden hazards or foreign objects . traffic . 2 . Disengage all clutches before starting the 5 . After striking a foreign object , stop the en - engine ( motor ) . gine ( motor ) , remove the wire from the 3 . Do not operate the equipment without spark plug , thoroughly inspect snow wearing adequate winter outer garments . thrower for any damage , and repair the Wear footwear that will improve footing on damage before restarting and operating slippery surfaces . the snow thrower . 4 . Handle fuel with care ; it is highiy flam - 6 . If the unit should start to vibrate abnormal - mable . ly , stop the engine ( motor ) and check im - a . Use an approved fuel container . mediately for the cause . Vibration is b . Never remove fuel tank cap or add fuel generally a warning of trouble . to a running engine ( motor ) or hot en - 7 . Stop the engine ( motor ) whenever you gine ( motor ) . leave the operating position , before un - c . Fill fuel tank outdoors with extreme clogging the auger / impeller housing or dis - care . Never fill fuel tank indoors . charge chute and when making any repairs , adjustments , or inspections . d . Replace fuel cap securely and wipe up 8 . When cleaning , repairing , or inspecting , spilled fuel . make certain the auger / impeller and all e . Never store fuel or snow thrower with moving parts have stopped and all controls fuel in the tank inside of a building are disengaged . Disconnect the spark plug where fumes may reach an open flame wire and keep the wire away from the spark or spark . plug to prevent accidental starting . f . Check fuel supply before each use , al - 9 . Take all possible precautions when leaving lowing space for expansion as the heat the snow thrower unattended . Disengage of the engine ( motor ) and / or sun can the auger / impeller , stop engine ( motor ) , cause fuel to expand . and remove key . 5 . For all units with electric starting motors 10 . Do not run the engine ( motor ) indoors , ex - use electric starting extension cords certi - cept when starting the engine ( motor ) and fied CSA / UL Use only with a receptacleith for transporting the snow thrower in or out that has been installed in accordance w of the building . Open the outside doors ; ex - iocal inspection authorities . haust fumes are dangerous ( containing 6 . Adjust the snow thrower height to clear CARBON MONOXIDE , an ODORLESS gravel or crushed rock surface . and DEADLY GAS ) . 11 . Do not clear snow across the face of 7 . Never attempt to make any adjustments while the engine ( motor ) is running ( except slopes . Exercise extreme caution when when specifically recommended by manu - changing direction on slopes . Do not at - facturer ) . tempt to clear steep slopes . 8 . Let engine ( motor ) and snow thrower ad - 12 . Never operate the snow thrower without just to outdoor temperatures before starting proper guards , plates or other safety pro - to dear snow . tective devices in place . F - 011068L
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2 . Never store the snow thrower with fuel in 13 . Neveorperattheesnowthrowneer aern - closuresa , utomobilwesin , dowwells , the tank inside a building where ignition drop - ofafsn , dthelikewithopurtopeard - sources are present such as hot water and justmeonftthesnowdischargaengle . space heaters , clothes dryers , and the like . Keecphildreanndpetsaway , Allow the engine ( motor ) to cool before 14 . Donotoverlotahdemachicnaepacbityy storing in any enclosure . attempttioncgleasrnowattoofasatrate . 3 . Always refer to operator's guide instruc - 15 . Neveorperattheemachiantehightrans - tions for important details if the snow porstpeedosnslippesruyrfaceLso . obke - thrower is to be stored for an extended hindandusecarewhebnackinugp . period . 16 . Nevedrirecdtischaragtebystandoerrs 4 . Maintain or replace safety and instruction allowanyoninefronotftheunit . labels , as necessary . 17 . Disengapgoewetorthecollector / impellerthrowing 5 . Run the snow thrower a few minutes after whesnnowthrowiestrransporoterndoitn snow to prevent freeze - up of the use . auger / impeller . 18 . Use only attachments and accessories ap - proved by the manufacturer of the snow for use on sidewalks , drivewaysis _ lb WARNING : This snow thrower thrower ( such as tire chains , electric start and other ground level surfaces . kits , ect . ) , 19 . Never operate the snow thrower without Caution should be exercised while using on good visibility or light , Always be sure of steep sloping surfaces . DO NOT USEE your footing and keep a firm hold on the SNOW THROWER ON SURFACES ABOV handles . Walk ; never run , GROUND LEVEL such as roofs of resi - 20 . Do not over - reach , Keep proper footing dences , garages , porches or other such and balance at all times . structures or buildings . 21 , Do not attempt to use snow thrower on a roof . MAINTENANCE AND STORAGE 1 , Check shear bolts and other bolts at fre - quent intervals for proper tightness to be sure the equipment is in safe working condition , iMPORTANT : Many of the following symbols are located on your unit or on literature sup - plied with the product . Before you operate the unit , learn and understand the purpose for each symbol . CONTROL AND OPERATING SYMBOLS Slow Fast Electric Start Engine Start Engine Run I - I N Neutral Engine Off Engine Stop On Choke Off Choke On U ® Q Throttle Primer Button Ignition Key Ignition Off Ignition On 4 F - 011068L
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Drive Clutch Forward Reverse Auger Clutch Auger Collector Engage Push To Engage Fuel Oil FueI OilMixture 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 . Safety Warning Symbols 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 Engineng Before Operating Rotating Auger . Keep Before Uncloggi This Machine . Hands , Feet And Discharge Chute ! Clothing Away . WARNING STOP Hot Surface F - O11068L 5
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CONTENTS OF PARTS BAG ( ACTUAL SIZE ) 1 - Owner's Manual ( not shown ) 1 - Packet of Fuel Stabilizer ( not shown ) 1 - Warranty Card ( not shown ) * Non - Assembly Parts , foundintoolboxlocatedon beltcover 1 - Shift Lever Knob ( not actual size ) ( _ 1 - Washer _ 1 - Cotter Pin PARTS PACKED SEPARATELY IN CARTON ( NOT SHOWN FULL SIZE ) 2 - Ignit _ F - O11068L 6
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_ , " _ _ hVJl : • & 11 _ Figure 2 shows the snow thrower com - 4 _ lb WsaAfeRtyNINgGla : sseAslwaoyrseyweeasrhields pletely assembled . while assembling snow References to the right or left hand side thrower . of the snow thrower are from the view - point of the operator's position behind TOOLS REQUIRED FOR the unit . ASSEMBLY 1 - Knife to cut carton Auger Drive Lever 2 - 1 / 2 inch wrenches Traction ( or adjustable wrenches ) Drive Lever 2 - 9 / 16 inch wrenches Crank Assembly ( or adjustable wrenches ) Shiffe 2 - 3 / 4 inch wrenches Lever ( or adjustable wrenches ) 1 - Pliers ( to spread cotter pin ) Chute 1 - Screwdriver Deflector 1 - Measuring tape or ruler Height . Adjust Skid o Figure 1 Figure 1 shows the snow thrower in the Scre _ Figure 2 shipping position . TO REMOVE SNOW THROWER FROM CARTON 1 . Locate all parts packed separately 5 . Roll snow thrower off the pallet by and remove from the carton . pulling on the lower handle . NOTE : Place fuel stabilizer in a CAUTION : DO NOT back over cables . safe place until needed for storage . 2 . Remove and discard the packing 6 . Remove all packing material from material from around the snow the unit . thrower . 7 . Cut ties securing the clutch control 3 . Cut down all four corners of the car - cables to the lower handle and lay ton and lay the panels flat . cable back away from the motor 4 . For shipping purposes , the height frame . adjust skids are attached to the pallet . Remove the screw that se - cures each height adjust skid to the pallet . See Figure 2 . F - 011068L
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TO ASSEMBLE THE HANDLE AND 6 . Install the fasteners that were re - CRANK ASSEMBLY moved in step 4 . DO NOT tighten 1 . Cut tie holding shift rod to lower until all bolts are in place . handle and move shifter to the first forward gear . 2 . Cut and discard the plastic tie that secures the crank assembly . Left Side Of _ \ 3 . Loosen , but do not remove , the Upper Handle _ k , screws , flatwashers , Iockwashers , and hex nuts in the upper holes of the lower handle . See Figure 3 . 4 . Remove the fasteners and the eye - bolt from the lower holes of the low - er handle See Figure 3 and 3 / 8 " Nylon Figure 5 . Right Hand Side Of U Eye Bolt Flatwasher Loosen , Figure 5 but do not remove 11 / 32 " 7 . Attach the crank rod to the universal Flatwasher joint assembly with the hair pin . See 5 / Figure 6 . 5 / 16 " Screw 8 . Tighten nut on eye bolt . Make sure eye bolt is properly aligned and the crank can freely rotate . Lookwasher 9 . Tighten all handle bolts . Figure 3 NOTE : Make sure the cables are not caught between the upper and lower handle . 5 . Raise the upper handle into operat - ing position . NOTE : If the cables have become dis - connected form the drive levers , rein - stall the cables as shown in Figure 4 . " Z " Fitting Crank : od Figure 6 Control Cable Figure4 F - 011068L 8
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NOTE : If the cables have become dis - connected , connect cables as shown in Figure 7 . Traction Drive Cable Auger Drive Cable Figure 7 How To Install The Knobs Speed Select Knob Install the speed select knob to the speed select lever . See Figure 8 . Speed Select Lever Figure 8 F - 011068L 9
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How To Install The Speed Control Rod 1 . Put the speed select lever into the sixth gear position . 2 . Attach the speed control rod ( end with 90 ° bend ) to the speed select Speed Select bracket with washer and cotter Speed Lever pin . See Figure 9 . Select 3 . Put the speed select lever into the Bracket first gear position . Cotter Pin 4 . Attach the ball joint , located on the bottom end of the speed control rod , to the shift yoke assembly . See Figure 10 . The fasteners are Speedrol Contod attached to the ball joint at the R factory . Figure 9 5 . The length ot the ball joint and Speed Control Rod speed control rod have been pre - Shift Yoke Assembly adjusted at the factory . If an adjust - ment is required , loosen the nut . Remove the fasteners to discon - nect the ball joint from the shift yoke assembly . To lengthen or shorten the speed control rod , turn the adapter to obtain the correct length . Ball " " 2 \ 6 . Make sure the speed select lever functions correctly . Move the speed Joint _ x Fasteners Figure tO select lever through all speeds . How To Assemble The Chute Deflector 1 . Remove the carriage bolt . See the inside of the flange . Figure 11 . 4 . Fasten with washer and Iocknut . 2 . Raise the chute deflector into op - 5 . Tighten Iocknut securely . erating position , 3 . Fasten chute deflector to flange NOTE : Make sure all carriage with carriage bolt . Make sure to bolts in flange are tight . DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN . install with head of carriage bolt on Chute Deflector Carriage Bolt Flang _ , _ Washer Nut Figure 11 F - 011068L 10
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_ , , - , = II , _ , vI - ' j - , _ I ] - I How To Set The Skid Height The snow thrower is equipped with height adjustable skids mounted on the outside of the auger housing . See Figure 12 . To adjust the height of the skids , see " How To Adjust The Height Of The Skids " in the Maintenance section . Adjustable Skids Figure 12 How To Set The Length Of The Cables The cables were adjusted at the factory and no adjustments should be neces - sary . However , after the handles are put in the operating position , the cables can be too tight or too loose . If an adjust - ment is necessary , see " How To Check And Adjust The Cables " in the Service And Adjustment section . _ " CHECKLIST Before you operate your new snow thrower , to ensure that you receive the best performance and satisfaction from this quality product , please review the following checklist : _ ' All assembly instructions have been completed . v ' The discharge chute rotates freely . v " No remaining loose parts in carton . While learning how to use your snow thrower , pay extra attention to the fol - lowingimportant items : _ ' Engine oil is at proper level . v ' Make sure gas tank is filled properly with clean , fresh , unleaded gasoline . v ' Become familiar with all controls - their location and function . Operate controls before starting engine . F - 011068L 11
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[ o ] - . l _ 1 : _ ± ' 1 / [ o ] _ 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 . Auger Drive Lever Traction Drive Lever Speed Lever Choke Crank Assembly Control Primer Button Chute Deflector Discharge Ignition Key Starter Handle Shear Pin Height Adj Figure 13 Recoil Starter Handle - Starts the en - Auger Drive Lever - Starts and stops the auger and impeller ( snow gathering gine manually . and throwing ) Choke Control - Used to start a cold Traction Drive Lever - Propels the engine . snow thrower forward and in reverse . Primer Button - Injects fuel directly into Speed Shifter Lever - Selects the the carburetor manifold for fast starts in speed of the snow thrower ( 6 speeds for - cold weather . ward and 2 speeds reverse ) . Throttle Control - Controls the engine Crank Assembly - Changes the direc - speed . tion of snow throwing through the dis - charge chate . Electric Start Button - ( if so equipped ) Used to start the engine usingthe 120 V elec - Chute Deflector - Changes the distance tnc starter . the snow is thrown . Discharge Chute - Changes the height Shear Pin - Shear pins are designed to and direction the snow is thrown . break ( to protect the machine ) ff an ob - iect becomes lodged in the auger hous - Height Adjust Skid - Adjusts the ground ing . clearance of the auger housing . Ignition Key - Must be inserted to start Toolbox - spare shear pins and the engine . spacers are located in toolbox . 12 F - 011068L
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[ e ] - . l _ 1 : _ ± ' 1 / [ e ] _ The operation of any snow thrower can less distance . Then tighten the result in foreign objects being thrown wing knob ( See Figure 15 ) . into the eyes , which can result in se - vere eye damage . Always wear safety Knob glasses or eye shields while operating the snow thrower . We recommend standard safety glasses or a wide vision safety mask for over your glasses . ure 15 Manual before operating _ IL ARNING : Read Owner's machine . Never direct dis - HOW TO MOVEFORWARD AND charge toward bystanders . Stop the BACKWARD engine before unclogging discharge chute or auger housing and before leaving the machine . 1 . TO shift , release the traction drive lever ( left hand ) and move the TO STOP YOUR speed shift lever to the speed you SNOW THROWER desire . See Figure 14 . Ground speed is determined by snow condi - 1 . To stop throwing snow , release the tions . Select the speed you desire auger drive lever . See Figure 14 . by moving the speed shifter lever left into the appropriate notches on 2 . To stop the wheels , release the the shift lever plate : traction drive lever . 3 . To stop the engine , push the Speeds 1,2 - Wet , Heaw throttle control lever to off and pull Speed 3 - Light out the ignition key . Speed 4 - Very Light Speed 5 , 6 - Transport only Lever 2 . Engage the traction drive lever ( left Auger Drive Lever hand ) . As the snow thrower starts to move , maintain a firm hold on the handles , and guide the snow throw - er along the clearing path . Do not attempt to push the snow thrower . 3 . To move the snow thrower back - ward , move the speed shifter lever right into first or second reverse and engage the traction drive lever ( left hand ) . Figure 14 IMPORTANT : Do not move the speed shifter lever while the traction lever TO CONTROL SNOW DISCHARGE is down . 1 . Turn the crank assembly to set the direction of the snow throwing . TO THROW SNOW 2 . Loosen the wing knob on the chute 1 . Push down the auger driver lever deflector and move the deflector to ( right hand ) . See Figure 14 . set the distance . Move the deflector ( Up ) for more distance , ( Down ) for 2 . Release to stop throwing snow . 13 F - 011068L
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[ o ] - . l _ 1 : _ ± ' 1 / [ o ] _ TO USE WHEEL LOCKOUT PIN Klick Pin 1 . The left hand wheel is secured to the axle with a klick pin . This unit was shipped with this klick pin in the Locked locked position ( through wheel Position hole ) . See Figure 16 . 2 . For ease of maneuverability in light 2 - Wheel Drive snow conditions , disconnect the Figure 16 klick pin from the wheel locked position and push into the single Kiick Pin wheel drive position ( unlocked axle hole only ) . See Figure 17 . NOTE : Make sure that the klick pin is in the single wheel drive position of the nUnlocked axle only and not through the locked Positio position . Single Wheel Drive Figure 17 BEFORE STARTING THE ENGINE 2 . Remove the oil fill cap / dipstick . Check the oil . 1 . Before you service or start the en - gine , familiarize yourself with the 3 . If necessary , add oil until the oil reaches the FULL mark on the oil fill snow thrower . Be sure you under - stand the function and location of all cap / dipstick ( see Figure 18 ) . Do not controls . add too much oil . 2 . Check the tension of clutch cable OII Fill Cap / Dipstick before starting the engine . See To FULL Adjust The Control Cable para _ graph in the Service & Adjust - ments section of this manual . 3 . Be sure that all fasteners are tight . 4 . Make sure the height adjust skids are properly adjusted . See To Ad - NOTE : Oil level must be just Skid Height paragraph in the Service & Adjustments section of between full and Add mark Figure 18 this manual . 5 . Check tire pressure ( 14 - 17 4 . Tighten the fill cap / dipstick securely pounds ) . Do not exceed maximum each time you check the oil level . amount of pressure . NOTE : For extreme cold operating CHECK THE OIL : conditions of O ° F and below , use a partial synthetic 5W30 motor oil for NOTE : The engine was shipped from easier starting . the factory filled with oil . Check the level of the oil . Add oil as needed . NOTE : S . A . E . 5W30 motor oil may 1 . Make sure the unit is level . be used to make starting easier in NOTE : Do not check the level of the areas where temperature is consis - oil while the engine runs . tently 20 ° F . or lower . 14 F - 011068L
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[ o ] - . l _ 1 : _ ± ' 1 / [ o ] _ FILL GAS : NOTICE : ENGINES WHICH ARE clean and free from rust or other for - CERTIFIED TO COMPLY WITH CAL - eign particles . Never use gasoline IFORNIA AND US EPA EMISSION that may be stale from long periods REGULATIONS FOR ULGE ENGINES : of storage in the container . Are certified to operate on regular un - leaded gasoline . Includethe following Fuel Tank emission control system ( s ) : EM , TWC ( if so equipped ) . Include any user ad - justable features - therefore no other ad - justments are needed . dicates that alcohol blended _ [ b WARNING : Experiences in - fuels ( called gasohol or those using ethanol or methanol ) Figure 19 can attract moisture which leads to separation and formation of acids during storage . Acidic gas can dam - age the fuel system of an engine while in storage . mable . Always use caution _ ARNING : Gasoline is flam - when handling or storing NOTE : To avoid engine problems , gasoline . the fuel system must be emptied be - Do not fill fuel tank while snow fore storage for 30 days or longer . Start the engine and let it run until thrower is running , when it is hot , or when snow thrower is in an en - the fuel lines and carburetor are closed area . empty . Use the carburetor bowl drain to empty residual gasoline Keep away from open flame or an from the float chamber . Use fresh electrical spark and do not smoke fuel next season . See the Storage while filling the fuel tank . section in this manual for additional Never fill the tank completely . Fill information . the tank to within 1 / 4 " - 1 / 2 " from the top to provide space for expansion Never use engine or carburetor of fuel . cleaner products in the fuel tank or Always fill fuel tank outdoors and permanent damage may occur . use a funnel or spout to prevent spilling . 1 . Fill the fuel tank only with a fresh , Make sure to wipe up any spilled clean , unleaded regular , unleaded fuel before stating the engine . premium , or reformulated automo - Store gasoline in a clean , approved tive gasoline . DO NOT use leaded container and keep the cap in place gasoline . Make sure that the con - on the container . tainer you pour the gasoline from is F - 011068L 15
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[ i ] " . l _ 1 : 7 ± ' / 1 [ e ] _ Choke Knob HOW TO STOP THE ENGINE ! 1 . To stop the engine , move the throttle control lever to the " SLOW " position , then move to the " STOP " position ( see Figure 20 ) . 4 . Move throttle control to " FAST " position . Operate the engine with " the throttle control in the " FAST position ( see Figure 23 ) . Figure 20 2 . Pull out and remove the ON / OFF key ( see Figure 21 ) . Keepthe Throttle Control ON / OFF key in a safe place . The engine will not start without the ON / OFF key . f ( = F Key Figure 23 5 . Remove the ON / OFF keys from the plastic bag . Insert one of the ON / OFF keys into the key slot ( see Figure 24 ) . Make sure the key snaps into place . Do not turn the Figure 21 ON / OFF key . Keep the second ON / TO START ENGINE OFF key in a safe place . Be sure that the engine has sufficient # f _ ON / OFF Key oil . The snow thrower engine is equipped with a recoil starter . Before starting the engine , be certain that you have read the following information . COLD START 1 . Be sure auger drive and traction drive levers are in the disengaged Figure 24 ( RELEASED ) position . 2 . Turn the rotary choke knob to the 6 . ( RECOIL START ) Pull the starter CHOKE position ( see Figure 22 ) . handle rapidly ( see Figure 25 ) . Do 3 . Depress the primer button three not allow the handle to snap back , times ( see Figure 22 ) . but allow it to rewind slowly while F - 011068L 16
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[ o ] - . l _ 1 : _ ± ' 1 / [ o ] _ keeping a firm hold on the starter / _ I _ - _ handle . iRecoil Starter Handle Starter Button Figure 25 Figure 26 8 . As the engine warms up , move choke lever to " 1 / 2 choke " position . When engine runs smoothly , move - choke lever to " No Choke " Posi equipped with a three - wire _ ARNING : The starter is tion . power cord and plug and is NOTE : Allow the engine to warm designed to operate on 120 volt AC up for several minutes before household current . It must be prop - blowing snow in temperatures erly grounded at all times to avoid below 0 ° F . the possibility of electrical shock which may be injurious to operator . 9 . Run engine at full throttle " FAST " Follow all instructions carefully as when throwing snow . set forth in the " To Start Engine " WARM START section . Determine that your house If restarting a warm engine after a short wiring is a three - wire grounded sys - shutdown , leave choke at " OFF " and do tem . Ask a licensed electrician if you not push the primer button . If the en - are not sure . If your house wire sys - gine fails to start , follow the Cold Start tem is not a three - wire system , do instructions . not use this electric starter under any FROZEN STARTER conditions . If your system is If the starter is frozen and will not turn grounded and a three - hole recep - engine : tacle is not available at the point your starter will normally be used , 1 . Pull as much rope out of the starter as possible . one should be installed by a licensed 2 . Release the starter handle and let it electrician . When connecting 120 snap back against the starter . volt AC " Power Cord " , always con - nect the cord to the Switch Box " on If the engine still fails to start , repeat the two previous steps until the engine the engine first , then plug the other starts . Then continue with the direc - end into the three - hole grounded re - tions for cold start . ceptacle . When disconnecting " Pow - To help prevent possible freeze - up of er cord " , always unplug the power recoil starter and engine controls , pro - cord from the three - hole grounded ceed as follows after each snow remov - receptacle first . al job . 1 . With the engine running , pull the 7 . ( ELECTRIC START ) Connect the starter rope hard with a continuous full arm stroke three or four times . power cord to the engine and de - press the starter button . Pulling of starter rope will produce a 17 F - 011068L
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[ e ] - J _ 1 : _ ± , 1 / [ e ] _ loud clattering sound . This is not harmful to the engine or starter . to remove any item that may _ lb ARNING : Do not attempt 2 . With the engine not running , wipe all become lodged in auger snow and moisture from the carbu - without taking the following precau - retor cover in area of control levers . tions : Also move throttle control , choke • Release auger drive lever . control , and starter handle several • Move throttle lever to stop posi - times . tion . • Remove ( do not turn ) ignition gine indoors or in enclosed , _ IL ARNING : Never run en - key . poorly ventilated areas . En - • Disconnect spark plug wire . gine exhaust contains CARBON • Do not place your hands in the MONOXIDE , AN ODORLESS AND auger or discharge chute . Use a DEADLY GAS . Keep hands , feet , pry bar . hair and loose clothing away from any moving parts on engine and snow thrower . The temperature of muffler and nearby areas may exceed 150 ° F . Avoid these areas . DO NOT allow children or young teenagers to operate or be near snow thrower while it is operating . SNOW THROWING TIPS skids upward so that the scraper bar touches the ground . 1 . For maximum snow thrower efficien - 6 . On gravel or crushed rock surfaces , cy in removing snow , adjust ground set the skids at 1 - 1 / 4 " below the speed , NEVER the throttle . Go scraper bar . See To Adjust Skid slower in deep , freezing or wet Height paragraph in the Service & snow . If the wheels slips , reduce Adjustments section of this manu - forward speed . The engine is de - al . Rocks and gravel must not be signed to deliver maximum perfor - picked up and thrown by the ma - mance at full throttle and should be chine . run at this power setting at all times . 7 . After the snow throwing job has 2 . Most efficient snow throwing is ac - been completed , allow the engine to complished when the snow is re - idle for a few minutes , which will moved immediately after if falls . melt snow and accumulated ice off 3 . For complete snow removal , slightly the engine . overlap each path previously taken . 8 . Clean the snow thrower thoroughly 4 . The snow should be discharged after each use . down wind whenever possible . 9 . Remove ice and snow accumulation and all debris from the entire snow 5 . For normal usage , set the skids so that the scraper bar is 1 / 8 " above thrower , and flush with water ( if pos - the skids . For extremely hard - sible ) to remove all salt or other packed snow surfaces , adjust the chemicals . Wipe snow thrower dry . 18 F - 011068L
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CUSTOMER RESPONSIBILITIES SERVICERECORDS Every Every Every Fillindatesasyou Beforeh 5 10 25 Each Before SERVICE completeregular Eac service . Usa Often Hours Hours Hours Season Storage DATES iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ili ! i ! ; ! Change Engine Oil , / , / iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'ii'ii i ii ! ! i ! _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . : . : . : . : . : . : . : . : . . : . : . : . : . : : : : : : : : : : Check Spark Plug , / , / iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'ii'ii i ii ! i ! Check Fuel _ / Check Cable Adjustment See Cable Adjustment ) , / iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiij i i ! i ! ; ! Lubricate Auger Shaft See Shear Bolt , / , / Replacement ) GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS should be checked atleast once each season . The warranty on this snow thrower does not cover items that have been AFTER EACH USE subjected to operator abuse or negli - gence . To receive full value from the Check for any loose or damaged warranty , the operator must maintain parts . the snow thrower as instructed in this Tighten any loose fasteners . manual . Check and maintain the auger . Some adjustments will need to be Check controls to make sure they made periodically to properly maintain are functioning properly . your snow thrower . All adjustments in the Service and Ad - If any parts are worn or damaged , justments section of this manual replace immediately . F - 011068L 19
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CHAIN LUBRICATION PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS EVERY 25 HOURS HORSEPOWER 7.75 HP 1 . Position speed selector lever in first ( 1 ) forward gear . DISPLACEMENT 206 cc 2 . Stand the snow blower up on the auger housing end . GASOLINE 4 quarts CAPACITY ( unleaded ) NOTE : When the crank case if filled with oil , do not leave the OIL CAPACITY 5W30 snow blower standing up on the ( 20 oz capacity ) auger housing for an extended SPARK PLUG : Long life ptatium period of time . P / N 5066 3 . Remove the bottom panel . 4 . Lubricate the chains with a chain VALVE Intake : 0.004 - 0.006 in , type lubricant . CLEARANCE : Exhaust : 0.009 - 0.011 in , 5 . For storage , wipe the hexsheft and SNOW THROWER sprockets with 5W30 motor oil . NOTE : Clean all excess grease or AS REQUIRED oil found on the rubber friction The following adjustment should be wheel or the disc drive plate . preformed more than once each sea - son . CAUTION : Do not allow grease or oil to contact the rubber friction 1 . Auger drive belt should be adjusted after the first 2 to 4 hours of use , wheel or the disc drive plate . again about mid - season and twice 6 . Install the bottom panel . each season thereafter ( See to Ad - just Belts paragraph in the Ser - vice and Adjustment section ) . LUBRICATION - EVERY 10 HOURS 1 . Auger Shaft - Using a hand grease gun , lubricate the auger shaft zerk fittings ( A ) every ten ( 10 ) operating hours . Each time a shear bolt is re - placed , the auger shaft MUST be greased . See Figure 27 . See To Replace Auger Shear Bolt in the Service and Adjustment section . Figure 28 AUGER GEAR BOX The auger gear box is lubricated at the factory and should not require addition - al lubrication . If for some reason the lubricant should leak out , have auger gear case checked by a competent re - Figure 27 pairman . 2O F - 011068L
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ENGINE LUBRICATION Change the oil every twenty - five ( 25 ) Check the crankcase oil level before hours or at least once a year if the starting the engine and after each five snow thrower is not used for twenty - ( 5 ) hours of continuous use . Add S . A . E . five ( 25 ) hours . 5W30 motor oil as needed . Tighten fill TO CHANGE ENGINE OIL cap / dipstick securely each time you check the oil level . 1 . Position the snow thrower so that the oil drain plug is at the lowest Oil Fill Cap / Dipstick _ _ . _ _ FULL L _ point on the engine . 2 . Remove the oil drain plug and the oil fill cap / dipstick . Drain the oil into a suitable container . NOTE : The oil will drain more freely when the engine is warm . 3 . After draining all the oil , reinstall the oil drain plug securely . Figure 29 4 . Fill the engine crankcase with S . A . E . 5W30 motor oil , pouring slowly . DO NOT OVERFILL . Figure 30 SPARK PLUG 2 . Check the spark plug gap with a feeler gauge and reset gap to 0.30 " if necessary . See Figure 31 . Check the spark plug every twenty - 3 . Before installing the spark plug , five ( 25 ) hours . Replace the spark plug coat the threads lightly with oil for if the electrodes are pitted or burned or easy removal . Tighten the spark if the porcelain is cracked . plug to a torque of 15 foot - pounds . Feeler Gauge To access the spark plug , the snow 0.030 " hood must be removed . See " How To Remove The Snow Hood " in the Main - tenance section . 1 . Make sure the spark plug is clean . Clean the spark plug by carefully Spark Plug scraping the electrodes ( do not Figure 31 sand blast or use a wire brush ) . 21 F - 011068L
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HOW TO REMOVE THE SNOW HOOD To access the spark plug , the snow hood must be removed as follows : 1 . Remove the choke control knob ( see Figure 32 ) . 2 . Remove the ON / OFF key . 3 . Remove the four mounting screws . 4 . Slowly remove the snow hood ( see Figure 33 ) . Make sure that the prim - er button hose and the ignition wire are not disconnected . 5 . To install the snow hood , first make sure that the primer button hose and the ignition wire are connected . 6 . Mount the snow hood to the engine Snow Hood Figure 33 and secure with the four mounting screws ( see Figure 34 ) . 7 . Align the tab on the choke control knob with the slot in the snow hood ( see Figure 35 ) . 8 . Connect the choke control knob with the choke shaft . Make sure the choke control knob is properly installed . If the choke control knob is not installed correctly , the choke will not operate . Choke Control Knob Snow Hood Figure 34 Screws Tab _ - _ Control Knob _ _ Choke Slot _ / Carbur _ ON / OFF Snow Hood Key Scows \ \ Figure 32 Figure 35 22 F - 011068L
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raise the adjustable skids . Tighten nect the spark plug wire and the mounting nuts . See Figure 36 . _ lb ARNING : Always discon - place it where it cannot NOTE : For rocky or uneven surfaces , make contact with spark plug to pre - raise the front of the snow thrower by vent accidental starting when mak - moving the skids down . ing any adjustments or repairs . maintain proper ground _ WARNING : Be certain ttoicular TO ADJUST SKID HEIGHT clearance for your par This snow thrower is equipped with two area to be cleared . Objects such as height adjustment skids , located on gravel , rocks or other debris , if the outside of the auger housing . See struck by the impeller , may be Figure 36 . thrown with sufficient force to cause These skids elevate the front of the personal injury , property damage or snow thrower . damage to the snow thrower . Nuts TO ADJUST SCRAPER BAR After considerable use , the metal scrap - er bar will have a definite wear pattern . The scraper bar in conjunction with the skids should always be adjusted to al - O low 1 / 8 " between the scraper bar and the sidewalk or area to be cleaned . 1 . Position the snow thrower on a level Auger F Height Adjust Skid surface . Figure 36 2 , Make sure both tires are equally in - flated . Proper tire pressure is 14to For normal hard surfaces , such as a 17 PSI . See side of tire for maxi - paved driveway or walk , adjust the mum inflation . Do not exceed side - skids as follows . wall maximum pressure on tire . 1 . Position the snow thrower on a level 3 , Loosen the carriage bolts and nuts surface . securing the scraper bar to the au - 2 . Make sure both tires are equally in - ger housing . flated . Proper tire pressure is 14to 4 . Adjust the scraper bar to the proper 17 PSI . See side of tire for maxi - position . mum inflation . Do not exceed side - wall maximum pressure on tire . 5 . Tighten the carriage bolts and nuts , making sure that the scraper bar is 3 . Place the extra shear bolts supplied parallel with the working surface . ( found in parts bag ) under each end of the scraper bar next to the 6 . For extended operation , the scraper adjustable skids . bar may be reversed . If the scraper 4 . Loosen the mounting nuts that hold bar must be replaced due to wear , remove the carriage bolts and nuts the adjustable skids . To bring the front of the snow thrower down , and install a new scraper bar . F - 011068L 23
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BELT ADJUSTMENT 5 . Have someone engage auger drive clutch . Check tension on belt ( op - Traction Drive Belt posite idler pulley ) . Belt should de - flect about 1 / 2 inch ( 12.5 mm ) with The traction drive belt has constant moderate pressure Figure 38 ) . You spring pressure and does not require may have to move idler pulley more an adjustment . If the traction drive belt than once to obtain the correct ten - is slipping , replace the belt . See " How sion . To Replace The Belts " in the Mainte - nance section . Auger Drive l " _ - - Engine Auger Drive Belt - - _ _ Pulley If your snow blower will not discharge J i _ O 1 / 2 inch snow , check the control cable adjust - ment . If it is correct , then check the , . _ \ _ . j ( 12.5mm ) Idler _ , . . _ ( ' / _ / ' , _ - " _ Deflection condition of the auger drive belt . If it is P ° " ° Y1o , " damaged or loose , replace it ( see Belt Replacement in this section of the manual ) . 1 . Disconnect spark plug wire . Engaged _ _ _ 2 . Remove screw from belt cover , Remove belt cover ( see Figure 37 ) . Figure 38 6 . Reinstall belt cover . 7 . Whenever belts are adjusted or re - placed , the cables will need to be adjusted . ( See Cable Adjustment in this section of the manual ) . 8 . Attach the spark plug wire . HOW TO REPLACE THE BELTS The drive belts are of special construc - tion and must be replaced with original factory replacement belts available from your nearest authorized service center . Some steps require the assistance of a Figure 37 second person . How To Remove the Auger Drive Belt 3 . Loosen nut on auger idler pulley and move auger idler pulley towards If the auger drive belt is damaged , the belt about 1 / 8 inch ( 3 ram ) ( see snow thrower will not discharge snow . Figure 40 ) . Replace the damaged belt as follows . 1 . Disconnect the spark plug wire . 2 . Loosen the bolts on each side of 4 . Tighten nut . the bottom panel ( see Figure 39 ) . 24 F - 011068L
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3 . Remove the bottom panel . from the engine pulley . Replace Bolt Bottom the auger drive belt with an original Panel factory replacement belt available from an authorized service center . 8 . Install the new auger drive belt onto the auger drive pulley and Auger onto pulley . Housing 9 . Adjust the auger drive belt . See " How To Adjust The Auger Drive Belt " in the Maintenance section . 10 . Adjust the belt guide . See " How To Adjust The Belt Guide " in the Main - tenance section . Figure 39 11 . Install the belt cover . Tighten 4 . Remove screw from belt cover . screw ( See Figure 37 ) . Remove the belt cover ( see 12 . Check the adjustment of the cables . Figure 37 ) . See " How To Check And Adjust The 5 . Loosen the belt guide . Pull the belt Cables " in the Maintenance section . guide away from the auger drive 13 . Install the bottom panel ( see pulley ( see Figure 40 ) . Figure 39 ) . 6 . Pull the idler pulley away from the 14 . Tighten the bolts on each side of auger drive belt . the bottom panel . 7 . Remove the old auger drive belt from the auger drive pulley and 15 . Connect the spark plug wire . X _ _ ' _ ' _ Traction Drive Belt Engine Pulley Beit Guide Auger Drive Pulley ' \ _ CJl / _ Auger Idler Pulley Auger Drive Belt Traction Drive Spring Traction Drive Belt E - Ring Traction Drive Pulley Swing Plate Engine Axle Rod Pulley Figure 40 F - 011068L 25
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How To RemoveDrive plate is properly secured ( see The Traction Belt Figure 41 ) . If the snow thrower will not move for - ward , check the traction drive belt for wear or damage . If the traction drive belt is worn or damaged , replace the belt as follows . 1 . Disconnect the spark plug wire . 2 . Remove the auger drive belt . See " How To Remove The Auger Drive I Belt " in the Maintenance section . 3 . Remove the e - ring from one end of the swing plate axle rod . Remove Alignment Tabs Figure 41 the swing plate axle rod to allow the the swing plate to pivot forward NOTE : If the drive will not engage ( see Figure 40 ) . after the traction drive belt has been replaced , then check to 4 . Remove the traction drive spring . make sure that the swing plate is positioned between the align - ment tabs . 5 . Remove the old traction drive belt from the traction drive pulley and 11 . from the engine pulley . Replace Install and adjust the auger drive the traction drive belt with an origi - belt . See " How To Remove The Au - nal factory replacement belt avail - ger Drive Belt " in the Maintenance able from an authorized service section . center . 12 . Adjust the belt guide . See " How To 6 . Install the new traction drive belt Adjust The Belt Guide " in the Main - onto the traction drive pulley and tenance section . onto engine pulley . 13 . Install the bottom panel ( see 7 . Make sure the traction drive idler Figure 39 ) . pulley is properly aligned with the traction drive belt . 14 . Tighten the bolts on each side of the bottom panel . 8 . Attach the traction drive spring . 15 . Install the belt cover . Tighten screw ( see Figure 37 ) . 9 . Install the swing plate axle rod and secure with the e - ring removed earlier . 16 . Check the adjustment of the cables . See " How To Check And Adjust Then . Cables " in the Maintenance sectio 10 . The bottom of the swing plate must be positioned between the align - ment tabs . Make sure the swing 17 . Connect the spark plug wire . 26 F - 011068L
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BELT GUIDE ADJUSTMENT position of fitting to hole in clutch le - ver . 1 . Remove spark plug wire . 2 . Have someone engage auger drive . " Z " Fitting 3 . Measure the distance between the belt guide and belt . The distance should be 1 / 8 inch ( 3.175 ram ) for guide . See Figure 42 . Belt Guide Figure 43 1 / 8 Inch ( 3.175 ram ) 2 . The center of the " Z " fitting should Auger IdlerC ; Pulley L J be between the center and top of Engaged the hole in the clutch lever . Adjust either the auger drive cable or the traction drive cable as follows . Auger Drive Cable Adjustment line outdoors , away from _ ARNING : Drain the gaso - fire or flame . Figure 42 1 . Remove the gas from the gas tank . Stand the snow thrower up on the 4 . If adjustment is necessary , loosen front end of the auger housing . belt guide mounting bolt . Move belt 2 . Push cable through spring to ex - guide to the correct position . Tight - pose the threaded portion of the en mounting bolt . cable ( see Figure 44 ) . 5 . Reinstall belt cover . 6 . Reconnect spark plug wire . HOW TO CHECK AND AD - JUST THE CABLES Square End The cables are adjusted at the factory and no adjustment should be neces - sary . If the cables have become Cable Spring stretched or are sagging adjustment will be necessary . Whenever belts are adjusted or re - placed , the cables will need to be ad - Locknut justed . Figure 44 To check for correct adjustment , un - hook " Z " fitting at clutch lever ( see 3 . Hold square end of threaded portion Figure 43 ) with pliers and adjust Iocknut in or 1 . Move clutch lever to the full forward out until correct adjustment is position ( just contacting plastic reached . Pull cable back through bumper ) . Holding cable tight , note spring and connect cable . 27 F - O11068L
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TRACTION DRIVE CABLE ADJUSTMENT line outdoors , away from drive cable through the cable ad - _ lb WARNING : Drainthe gaso - 5 . Pushthe bottom of the traction fire or flame , justment bracket untilthe " Z " hook can be removed . 1 . Remove the gas from the gas tank . Stand the snow thrower up on the 6 . Remove the " Z " hook from the front end of the auger housing . cable adjustment bracket . Move 2 . Loosen the bolts on each side of the " Z " hook down to the next ad - the bottom panel ( see Figure 45 ) . justment hole . 7 . Pull the traction drive cable up through the cable adjustment Bolt Bottom Panel bracket . 8 . Put the cable boot over the cable adjustment bracket . 9 . To check the adjustment , depress the drive lever and check the length Auger Housing of the drive spring . In correct ad - justment , the length of the drive spring is : minimum 3 " ( 76 ram . ) maximum 3 - 3 / 8 " ( 85 mm . ) ( see Figure 47 ) . \ \ Bolt _ / . _ J Figure 45 3 . Remove the bottom panel . 3 " min . , 3 - 3 / 8 " max . 4 . Slide the cable boot off the cable adjustment bracket ( see Figure 46 ) . Drive Spring Figure 47 Cable Boo i 9 ' " " " ) ? Cable Adjustment / _ / " Z " Hook Bracket Figure 46 F - 011068L 28
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HOW TO ADJUST OR REPLACE the shifter rod ( see Figure 50 ) . THE FRICTION WHEEL When aligned , attach the ball joint to the shifter rod . How To Check The Friction Wheel 5 . Tighten the jam nut . If the snow thrower will not move for - 6 . Install the bottom panel ( see ward , check the traction drive belt , the Figure 48 ) . traction drive cable or the friction wheel . 7 . Tighten the bolts on each side of If the friction wheel is worn or damaged , the bottom panel . it must be replaced . See " How To Re - Bolt Bottom Panel place the Friction Wheel " in this section . If the friction wheel is not worn or dam - aged , check as follows . 1 . Remove the gas from the gas tank . Stand the snow thrower up on the Auger front end of the auger housing Housing ( see Figure 48 ) . line outdoors , away from , _ WARNING : Drain the gaso - fire or flame . 2 . Disconnect the spark plug wire . 3 . Loosen the bolts on each side of Figure 48 the bottom panel ( see Figure 48 ) . 4 . Remove the bottom panel . 5 . Position the shift speed lever in the lowest forward speed . 6 . Note the position of the friction wheel ( see Figure 49 ) . The correct distance " A " from the right side of the friction wheel to the outside of the motorbox is as follows : Tire Size Distance " A " 12 and 13 inch 4 - 1 / 8 " 16 inch 4 - 5 / 16 " If the friction wheel is not in the Figure 49 correct position , adjust as follows . How To Adjust The Friction Wheel Speed _ t . Position the shift speed lever in the lowest forward speed . 2 . Loosen hex jam nut on speed se - SeJlaemct N " _ u - t _ lect rod . Remove ball joint from shifter bracket ( see Figure 50 ) . Adaptor 3 . Move the friction wheel to the cor - Ball Joint / ' _ rect position ( see Figure 49 ) . \ 4 . Turn the adaptor until the ball joint Figure 50 is aligned with the mounting hole in 29 F - 011068L
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How To Replace The Friction Wheel If the friction wheel is worn or damaged , the snow thrower will notl move forward . The friction whee must be replaced as follows . Bolt 1 . Remove the gas from the gas tank . Stand the snow thrower up on the Wheel front end of the auger housing ( 4 ) . Figure 51 ( see Figure 48 ) . line outdoors , away from _ hb ARNING : Drain the gaso - fire or flame . 2 . Disconnect the spark plug wire . 3 . Remove the fasteners that secure the right wheel . Remove the right wheel from the axle ( see Figure 51 ) 4 . Loosen the bolts on each side of the bottom panel . Chain 5 . Remove the bottom panel . Figure 52 6 . Remove the fasteners that secure the drive sprocket to the axle ( see Figure 52 ) . 7 . Remove the left wheel , axle , and drive sprocket . Bolts 8 . Remove the four bolts that hold the bearings on each side of the hex shaft ( see Figure 53 ) . 9 . Remove the hex shaft and bear - ings . Figure 53 NOTE : Take special note of the posi - tion of the washers on the hex shaft . F - 011068L 30
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10 . Remove the three fasteners that 16 . Check the adjustment of the friction hold the friction wheel to the hub wheel . See " How To Adjust The Friction Wheel " in this section . ( see Figure 54 ) . 17 . Make sure the friction wheel and the 11 . Remove the friction wheel from the disc drive plate are free from grease hub . Slip the friction wheel off the or oil . hex shaft . 18 . Install the bottom panel ( see 12 . Assemble the new friction wheel Figure 51 ) . onto hub with the fasteners re - 19 . Tighten the bolts on each side of moved earlier . the bottom panel . 13 . Install the hex shaft and bearings 20 . Install the right wheel to the axle with the four bolts removed earlier with the fasteners removed earlier . ( see Figure 55 ) . 21 . Connect the spark plug wire . Make sure the washers are prop - Friction Fasteners erly installed in the original posi - Hub Wheel tion . Also , make sure the two washers are properly aligned with the actuator arms . Hex Shaft 14 . Make sure the hex shaft turns free - ly . 15 . Install the left wheel , axle , and drive sprocket with the fasteners removed earlier . Install the chain Fasteners onto the drive sprocket ( see Figure 54 Figure 52 ) . Bearings Actuator Arms Bearings 1 Washer Washer \ Washer Figure 55 F - 011068L 31
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HOW TO REPLACE the engine above the factory high speed setting can be dangerous . If you THE AUGER SHEAR BOLT think the engine - governed high speed The augers are secured to the auger needs adjusting , contact your nearest shaft with special shear bolts . These Sears Store , which has the proper shear bolts are designed to break and equipment and experience to make any protect the machine if an object be - necessary adjustments . comes lodged in the auger housing . Do not use a harder bolt as the protection TO ADJUST OR REPLACE provided by the shear bolt will be lost . THE SPARK PLUG If you have difficulty starting the snow protect the machine , use only _ hb WARNING : For safety andto thrower , adjust or replace the spark original equipment shear bolts . plug . Replacethe spark plug is the electrodes are pitted or burned or if the To replace a broken shear bolt , proceed porcelain is cracked . Follow the instruc - as follows . Extra shear bolts were pro - tions below . vided in the assembly parts bag . To adjust : 1 . Move the throttle control to the stop 1 . Cleanspark plug by carefully position . Disengage all controls . scraping the electrodes ( Do not 2 . Disconnect the spark plug wire . sand blast or use a wire brush ) . Make sure all moving parts have 2 . Be sure spark plug is clean and stopped . free of foreign material . Check elec - 3 . Align the hole in the auger with the trodes gap with a wire feeler gauge hole in the auger shaft . Install the and reset gap to 0.030 " if neces - new shear pin and spacer . See sary . See Figure 57 . Figure 56 . To Replace : 4 . Connect the spark plug wire . 1 . If you need a new spark plug , use only the proper replacement spark / • plug . 2 . Set the gap to 0.030 inches . 3 . Before installing the spark plug , lightly coat the spark plug threads with oil or grease to insure easy re - _ She _ aPrin moval . 4 . Firmly tighten the spark plug in the Figure 56 engine . 5 . If a torque wrench is available , TO ADJUST torque the plug to 18 to 23 foot THE CARBURETOR pounds . Feeler Gauge If you think your carburetor needs ad - justing , see your nearest Craftsman Store . Engine performance should not be affected at altitudes up to 7,000 feet . For operation at higher elevations , con - tact your nearest Sears Store . IMPORTANT : Never tamper with the Spark Plug engine governor , which is factory set for Figure 57 proper engine speed . Over - speeding 32 F - 011068L
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1 , TO remove gasoline , run the engine snow thrower indoors or in until the fuel tank is empty and the _ lb ARNING : 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 ( hifan mize gum deposits and acids . If the snow thrower is not used for more t 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 . 4 . Touch up all rusted or chipped paint First , remove the spark plug and surfaces ; sand lightly before paint - squirt a few drops of clean engine ing . oil into the spark plug hole . Next , 5 . Cover the bare metal parts of the cover the spark plug hole with a rag blower housing auger and the im - to absorb oil spray . Then , pull two or peller with rust preventative , such three times on the recoil starter rope as a spray lubricant . to rotate the engine . Finally , install NOTE : A yearly checkup or tune - up by the spark plug and attach the spark a Sears service center is a good way of plug wire . ensuring that your snow thrower will provide maximum performance for the next season . OTHER 1 . If possible , store your snow thrower ENGINE indoors and cover it to give protec - tion from dust and dirt . line outdoors , away from _ blL ARNING : Drain the gaso - 2 . If the machine must be stored out - fire or flame . doors , block up the snow thrower to Gasoline must be removed or treated to be sure the entire machine is off the prevent gum deposits from forming in 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 . 33 F - 011068L
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TROUBLE CAUSE CORRECTION Difficult starting Defective spark plug . Replace spark plug . Use carburetor bowl drain to Water or dirt in fuel system . flush and refill with fresh fuel . Engine runs erratic 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 position . Engine runs erratic ; Water or dirt in fuel system . Use carburetor bowl drain to Loss of power flush and refill with fresh fuel . Excessive vibration Loose parts : damaged Stop engine immediately and impeller disconnect spark plug wire . Tighten all bolts and make all necessary repairs . If vibration continues , have the unit serviced by a Craftsman service repairman . Unit fails to propel itself Drive belt ioose or damaged . Replace drive belt . Incorrect adjustment of Adjust traction drive cable . traction drive cable Worn or damaged friction Replace friction wheel . wheel , Unit fails to discharge Auger drive belt loose or Adjust auger drive belt ; snow damaged . replace if damaged . Auger control cable not Adjust auger control cable . adjusted correctly . Shear boit broken Replace shear bolt Discharge chute clogged . Stop engine immediately and disconnect spark plug wire . Clean discharge chute and inside of auger housing . Foreign object lodged in Stop engine immediately and auger disconnect spark plug wire . Remove object from auger . F - 011068L 34
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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 oft - road engine owner , you Emission Control Systems Warranty on your should , however , be aware that Sears , Roe - new small oft - road engine . In California , new buck and Co . may deny you warranty cover - 1995 and later smali oft - road engines must be age if your small oft - 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 - oft - 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 oft - 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 oft - 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 oft - 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 Iongerwarranty 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 oft - 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 - 35 F - 011068L
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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 orwarranwtyoriksperformTehde . purchaserwarranted for any remainder of the ECS War - shablleresponsfiobrlaenydamaogrelossin - ranty Period . curreidnconnectwioitnhthetransportaotifon 2 . Any warranted , emissions - related part anyenginoeranypart ( tsh ) eresouf bmittfeodr 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 - rantyrightsandresponsibiliytioeuss , hould fect of " repair or replace as necessary " , shall contacSt ears , Roebucaknd Oo . 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 forcer [ i - 7 . Throughout the ECS Warranty Period , fication . Sears , Roebuck and Co . shall maintain a sup - C . The ECS Warranty only pertains to emis - ply of warranted emission - related parts suffi - sions - related parts on your engine , as follows : cient to meet the expected demand for such emission - related parts . 1 . Any warranted , emissions - related parts which are not scheduled for replacement as 8 . Any Sears , Roebuck and Co . authorized required maintenance in the Owner's Manual and approved emission - related replacement shall be warranted for the ECS Warranty Peri - part may be used in the performance of any od . If any such part fails during the ECS War - ECS Warranty maintenance or repair and will ranty Period , it shall be repaired or replaced by be provided without charge to the owner . Such 36 F - 011068L
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useshanllorteducSeearsR , oebuacnkdCo . EMISSION - RELATED PARTS ECSWarranotbyligations . INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING : 1 . Carburetor Assembly and its Internal Com - 9 . Unapproavdedd - oonrmodifipeadrtms ay notbeusetdomodiofyrrepaairSearRs , oe - ponents bucakndCoe . nginSeu . cuhsevoidtshisECS a ) Fuel filter Warranatyndshalbl esufficiegnrtoundfosr b ) Carburetor gaskets disallowianngECSWarranctlyaimS . ears , c ) Intake pipe RoebuacnkdCos . hanllobt eliablheereunder forfailureosfanywarrantpeadrtosfaSears , 2 . Air Cleaner Assembly RoebuacnkdCoe . nginceausebdytheuseof a ) Air filter element suchanunapproaveddd - oonrmodifiepdart . 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 - 011068L 37
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GARANTiA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 MANTENIMIENTO . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81 63 SERV | CIO YAJUSTES . . . . . . . . . 85 REGLAS DE SEGURIDAD . . . . . . ALMACENAMIENTO . . . . . . . . . . . 95 SiMBOLOS INTERNACIONALES 66 TABLA DE LOC . ALIZACI ( _ N YRiAS ENSAMBLAJE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 REPARACION DE AVE 96 OPERACI6N . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74 PEDIDO DE PIEZAS / SERVICIO . . 100 [ c % ! i P _ I GARANTiA LIMITADA DE DOS AI ; IOS PARA EL QUITANIEVES CRAFTSMAN Durante dos argosa partir de la fecha de compra , siempre que a este quitanieves Craftsman se le d _ mantenimiento , lubricaci6n y afinamiento de acuerdo con las instrucciones de operaci6n y man - tenimiento presentadas en et manual del propietario , Craftsman reparar & , sin cargo alguno , cual quier defecto en material y mano de obra . Si este quitanieves Craftsman es usado con prop6sitos comerciales o de arrendamiento , esta ga rantia ser & v & lida sotamente por 90 dias a partir de la fecha de compra . Esta garantia no cubre 1osiguiente : Elementos de desgaste normal , tales como bujias , correas de transmisi6n y pasadores de segu ridad . Reparaciones necesarias debido alabuso o negligenciadel operador , incluyendovarillas dobla dos y otras reparaciones necesarias porfalta del mantenimiento a la unidad segOn Io recomen dado en las instrucciones contenidas en el manual det propietario . EL SERVIClO DE GARANTiA SE PUEDE OBTENER LLEVANDO E / QUlTANIEVES AL CEN - TRO / DEPARTAMENTO DE SERVICIO CRAFTSMAN MAS CERCANO EN LOS ESTADOS UNI - DOS . ESTA GARANTiA ES VALIDA SOLO CUANDO ESTE PRODUCTO ES USADO EN LOS ESTADOS UNIDOS . Esta garantia le otorga derechos legales especificos , y asimismo es posible que tenga otros dere chos los cuales varian de un estado a otro . Sears , Roebuck and Co . , D817WA , Hoffman Estates , IL 60179 , _ Presteatenci6nae , stesimbolo , leindicaprecaucionesdeseguridadimportantes . Sig - nifica - - ! ! ! ATENClON ! ! ! ! ! ! ESTE ALERTA ! H Se trata de su seguridad . Siempre desconecte ADVERTENCIA : el cable de la bujia y Las emanaciones de escape producidas pot este coloquelo alejado de _ sta motor y ciertos componentes de esta maquina con - para prevenir un arranque tienen quimicos reconocidos por el Estado de Cali - accidental durante la prepa - fornia como carcinogenos , tambien pueden produ - raci6n mantenimiento o al - cir defectos en los reci _ n nacidos o causar otros da - macenamiento del quitanie - _ os al sistema reproductivo . ves . Los bornes , terminales y accesorios relacionados IMPORTANTE : Para prevenir con la bateria contienen plomo y compuestos del lesiones , las normas de seguri - plomo , ademas de sustancias quimicas que el Esta - dad exigen controles en la u nidad do de California reconoce qae estos compuestos que s61o puedan set manejados pueden causar c & ncer y defectos como carcinoge - en presencia del operador . Su nas , ademas estas sustancias pueden producir da - quitanieves estA equipado con _ os congenitos , a los bebes y adem & s de otros da - dichos controlss . Pot ningt'Jn mo - _ os al sistema reproductivo humano . DEBE LAVAR - tivo intente pasar por alto la fun - SE MUY BIEN LAS MANOS DESPUES DE MANIPU - ci6n del control en presencia del LAR ESTOS COMPONENTES . operador . F - 011068L 39
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CAPACITACION combustible que se produce por el calor del motor y / o del sol . 1 . Lea atentamente las instrucciones sobre 5 . Para todas las unidades con motores de operaci6n y servicio que aparecen en el arranque el6ctrico , utilice cables de exten - manual . Familiaricese completamente si6n certificados por CSA / UL . Use sola - con los controles y el uso adecuado de la mente con un tomacorrientes que ahayas unidad . Aprenda a detener el quitanieves sido instalado de acuerdo alas norm y a desenganchar rapidamente los contro - estipuladas por las autoridades de inspec - les . ci6n locales . 2 . Nunca permita a niSos operar el quitanie - 6 . Ajuste la altura del quitanieves para pasar yes y mantengalos fuera del alcance del sobre superficies de grava o piedra tritura - mismo mientras 6ste se encuentra en da . operaci6n . Nunca permita que adultos 7 . Nunca trate de hacer ajustes a la unidad operen el quitanieves sin Ia instrucci6n mientras el motor est _ en marcha ( excep - apropiada . No Ileve pasajeros . to cuando esto sea especfficamente reco - 3 . Mantenga el Area libre de personas , espe - mendado por el fabricante ) . cialmente niSos pequeflos y mascotas . 8 . Permita que el motor y el quitanieves se 4 . Tenga cuidado para evitar resbalarse o ajusten a las temperaturas exteriores an - caerse , especialmente cuando est _ retro - tes de comenzar el trabajo . cediendo . 9 . Use siempre gafas de seguridad o protec - totes para los ojos durante la operaci6n del quitanieves o mientras hace algt3n PREPARACION ajuste o reparaci6n al mismo , para prote - get sus ojos de objetos que puedan ser 1 . Inspeccione completamente el Area don - lanzados pot et quitanieves . de usara el quitanieves y retire todos los felpudos , trineos , tablas , alambres y otros OPERACION objetos que puedan entorpecer su trabajo . 2 . Desenganche todos los embragues antes 1 . No opere esta mAquina siesta tomando de arrancar el motor . drogas o medicinas que puedan causar 3 . No opere el quitanieves sin vestir ropa de somnolencia o afectar su habilidad para invierno adecuada para trabajar afuera . operar esta unidad de manera segura . Vista calzado que le de buena estabilidad 2 . No opere esta unidad si por motivos emo - en superficies resbalosas . cionales o fisicos se le dificulta manejarla 4 . Tenga cuidado con el combustible ; es su - con seguridad . mamente inflamable . 3 . No coloque las manos ni los pies cerca o ( a ) Use un contenedor aprobado para debajo de piezas giratorias . Mantengase combustible . siempre a una distancia prudente de la abertura de descarga . ( b ) Nunca quite la tapa del tanque de ni 4 . Tenga mucho cuidado cuando al operar la aflada combustible si el motor est _ unidad pase o cruce caminos , aceras o en marcha o esta caliente . calles de grava . Mantengase alerta a pelf gros ocultos o trAfico . ( c ) Llene el tanque de combustible al aire 5 . Si golpea alg [ in objeto , pare el motor , des - libre y con mucho cuidado . Nunca lie - conecte el cable de la bujia , inspeccione ne ei tanque en un recinto cerrado . completamente el quitanieves pot si hu - ( d ) Coloque nuevamente la tapa del tan - biera algAn daSo , y repArelo antes de vol - vet a arrancar ei motor y operar el que y compruebe que quede segura , quitanieves . limpie el combustible derramado . 6 . Si la unidad comienza a vibrar fuera de Io ( e ) Nunca almacene combustible o el qui - normal , pare el motor y revise la maquina tanieves con combustible en el tan - inmediatamente para encontrar la causa . que dentro de un recinto cerrado Generalmente , la vibraci6n es una adver - tencia de problemas . donde los vapores de este pudieran alcanzar alguna llama desprotegida o 7 . Pare el motor cuando deje la posici6n de operaci6n , antes de desobstruir el aloja - una chispa . miento de la barrena / propulsor o el canal ( f ) Revise la reserva de combustible en de descarga , y cuando efectAe cualquier el tanque antes de cada uso , dejando reparaci6n , ajuste o inspecci6n a la uni - dad . algt _ n espacio para la expansi6n del 4O F - 011068L
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8 . Cuandliompiere , paroeinspecciolane 19 . Nuncoapereelquitaniesviensbuenvaisi - bilidaodiluminacAi6sne . gt _ rseiseempre unidaads , egt3rdeesqeuelabarrena / pro - pulsoyrtodalsaspartems6vilesseha - detenebtueneastabilidad , y sujete con yahdetenidDoe . sconeeclcteabldeela firmeza el mango de la unidad . Camine ; nunca corra . bujiaymantengaalelojaddoeestapara evitaurnarranqaucecidental . 20 . No intente alcanzar lugares dificiles . Ase - gtSrese siempre de mantener buen equili - 9 . Tomteodalsasprecauciopnoessibleasl brio y traecidn . dejaerlquitaniedveessatendDideos . en - ganchIaebarrena / proppualsroeerlm , o - 21 . No trate de usar ei quitanieves para des - tory , retirleaIlave . pejar tejados . 10 . Nohagaarrancealmr otoernrecintoces - rradoesx , cepatolarranoyaprartarans - portaerlquitanievheasciaadentoro MANTENIMIENTO Y haciaafuerdaerlecintoA . bralaspuertas ALMACENAMIENTO quedanalexteriolar ; semisiondeesel s - capesonpeligros ( acsontienMenONOXl - 1 , Revise con frecuenoia los pernos de se - DODECARBONuOnG , ASINODORy O guro y otros pernos para asegurar que MORTAL ) . estan bien apretados y que el equipo se 11 . NouseelquitanievpeasralimpiaArreas encuentra en buenas y seguras condicio - deterrenoinsclinadTaes . ngmauchcoui - nes de funcionamiento . dadaolcambidaerdirecci6Nno . intente 2 . Nunca guarde el quitanieves con combus - limpiaprendienmteusypronunciadas . tible en el tanque dentro de un recinto 12 . NuncoapereelquitaniesviensqueIos donde hubieran fuentes de ignici6n tales resguardpolsa , causotrodsispositivdoes como calentadores de agua y estufas , se - seguridsaedencuenterennsulugar . cadoras de ropa y similares . Permita quela 13 . Nuncoapereelquitaniecveerscdaees - el motor se enfrle antes de almacenar caparatdeesvidrioa , utom6vivleidsr , ie - unidad en cualquier recinto . rass , itiodsecarga / descayrsgima , ilares 3 . En el manual del operador encontrarA in - sinelajustaepropiaddeoal ngudloedes - formaci6n detallada e importante acerca cargdaenieveM . antenaglaosniSoys de c6mo guardar el quitanieves por un mascotaalsejaddoesAl reqaueestades - tiempo prolongado . pejando . 4 . Mantenga o reemplaee las etiquetas de 14 . Nosobrecarglauceapaciddaedlamaqui - seguridad e instrucciones a medida que naalintentlaimr pianrievaeunaveloci - estas se vayan despegando de Ia unidad . daddemasiaradpoid & 5 . Mantenga el quitanieves en marcha unos 15 . Nuncoapereelquitanieaveasltavseloci - cuantos minutos despues de despejar la dadedsetransposrtoebrseuperficrieess - nieve para evitar que se congele la barre - balosaMs . irehaciaarraystengcauidado alretroceder . na / propulsor . 16 . Nuncdaescargduireectamehnatceipaer - sonaqsuevayapnasandnoipermiata es para uso en aceras , entradas _ lb ADVERTENClA : Este quitanieveste - nadiferentaelquitanieves . de auto y otras superficies de 17 . Desenganlacfhueerzmaotriazlabarre - rreno planas . Se debe tenet cuidado al na / propuclsuoarndeolquitaniesveeas usar el quitanieves en superficies inclina - trasportaodnaoest6enuso . das . NO USE EL QUITANIEVES EN SU - 18 . Utilicte3nicameandtietamenytaocseeso - PERFICIES SOBRE EL NIVEL DEL SUELO dosaprobadpooser lfabricandteeql uita - tales como techos de residencias , de ga - nieve ( stalecsomcoadenapsaralas rajes , porches u otras estructuras o cons - ruedajsu , egodsearranqeuIe6ctrico , trucciones similares . etc . ) . F - 011068L 41
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B ' _ t ] KtI - ' ] IMPORTANTE : Encontrara muchos de los simbolos siguientes en su unidad o en los impresos in - formativos que vienen con el producto . Antes de operar la unidad entienda y aprenda el objetivo de cada simbolo . Simbolos de control y operacion Despacio Rapido Arranque el _ ctrico Arranque del motor @ o I Motor en marcha Motor parado Apagado Encendido H N Estrangulador Estrangulador desactivado activado Neutro Control de aceleracion ® @ Ignicion Ignicionda desactivada activa Boton Llave de ignicion cebador Embrague de propulsion Avance Marcha atras de barrena O _ onar 0 Colector de barrena Enganchar el arranque electrico Transmision 42 F - 011068L
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Simbolos de control y operacion Mezcla de combustible Combustible Aceite y aceite Descarga hacia Descarga hacia Descarga hacia la Descarga hacia la ABAJO ARRIBA IZQUIERDA DERECHA i ' o ] Transterencia de peso Transterencia de peso Llave de ignicibn Levante el mango Presione el pedal Insertar para marcha , para enganchar para desenganchar retirar para parada . Simbolos de advertencia de seguridad PELIGRO PELIGRO Objetos lanzados . Objetos lanzados . Mantenga alejados a Mantenga alejados a los transauntes los transet _ ntes . ADVERTENCIA PELIGRO IMPORTANTE PELIGRO Para evitar lesiones que pue - Lea el manual del da causar la barrena rotato - Pare el motor antes de desatascar propietario antes de ria , mantenga las manos , los pies y la ropa alejados . el canal de descarga . opera _ uina . ADVERTENCIA PARE Superficie caliente 43 F - O11068L
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CONTENIDO DE LA BOLSA DE PARTES ( ' rAMAI _ IO REAL ) 1 - Manual del Propietario ( no se muestra ) 1 - Paquete de estabilizador de combustible ( no se muestra ) 1 - Tarjeta de garantia ( no se muestra ) * Las partes que no necesitan ensamblado se encuentran en la caja de herramientas ubicada en la cubierta de Ia correa . 1 - Perilla de la palanca de cam - bios ( no en su ta - maflo real ) 1 - Arandela 1 - Pasadorde tamaflo real ) _ chaveta PARTES QUE VIENEN EMPAQUETADAS EN FORMA SEPARADA EN LA CAJA DE CART ( _ N ( NO SE MUESTRAN EN SU TAMAI _ IO REAL ) F - O11068L 44
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La Figura 59 muestra el quitanieves gafas de seguridad o protecto - completamente ensamblado . _ lb DVERTENCIA : Siempre useen - res para los ojos mientras La referencia a los lados izquierdo y sambla el quitanieves . derecho del quitanieves se hace desde HERRAMIENTAS NECESARIAS la posiciSn del operador cuando este se 1 - Cuchillo para cortar la caja encuentra detr & s de la unidad . 2 - Llave de tuercas de 1 / 2 pig Palanca de propulsi6n ( o Ilave de tuercas ajustable ) de la barrena Palanca de propulsi6n 2 - Llave de tuercas de 9 / 16 pig pot tracci6n ( o Ilave de tuercas ajustable ) Manivela 2 - Llave de tuercas de 3 / 4 pig Palanca ( o Ilave de tuercas ajustable ) 1 - Alicate ( para abrir las patas del pasador de chaveta ) Deflector 1 - Destornillador Je descarga 1 - Cinta o regla para medir Paflnes de ajuste de altura Figura 58 La Figura 58 muestra el quitanieves en Torni Figura 59 posiciSn de envio . COMO SACAR EL QUITANIEVES el tornillo que sujeta cada pattna DE LA CAJA la plataforma . Vea la Figura 59 . 1 . Ubique todas las piezas que vienen 5 . Agarre el quitanieves por el mango empaquetadas por separado y y jale para sacarlo de la plataforma . s & quelas de la caja . PRECAUCION : NO retroceda so - NOTA : Coloque el estabilizador de bre los cables . combustible en un lugar seguro 6 . Quite el material de empaque del hasta que Io necesite para guardar conjunto de los mangos . la unidad . Corte los amarres que sujetan los 2 . Quite y deseche el material de 7 . cables de control del embrague al empaque que rodea la unidad . mango inferior , y col6quelos 3 . Haga un corte de arriba hacia abajo alejados del bastidor del motor . en cada esquina de la caja y deje los paneles sobre el suelo . 4 . Para prop6sitos de envio , los pe - tines de ejuste de altura , van suje - tos a la plataforma de envio . Saque F - O11068L 45
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COMO ENSAMBLAR EL MANGOY EL CONJUNTO DE LA MANIVELA Conexi6n en " Z " 1 . Corte los amarres que sujetan la palanca de cambios al mango inferior y mueva la palanca a la primera velocidad de avance . 2 . Corte y deseche el amarre de pl & s - tico que sujeta el conjunto de la ma - nivela . 3 . Afloje pero no quite los tornillos , Cable Figura 61 arandelas planas , arandelas de 6 . Instale los sujetadores que quit6 en seguridad y tuercas hexagonales el paso 4 . NO los apriete hasta que se encuentran en los agujeros tener todos los ) ernos en su lugar . superiores del mango inferior . Vea la Figura 60 . mango superiol _ , , , , , _ 4 . Retire los sujetadores y el perno de Manivela anilla de los agujeros inferiores del mango inferior . Vea la Figura 60 y Figura 62 . a Lado izquierdo del \ f _ ni _ mango superior Perno Arandela Afloje pero de anilla Figura 62 no quite 7 . Conecte el eje de la manivela a la Arandela Tuerca junta universal con el pasador de horquilla . Vea la Figura 63 . 5 / 16 pig • Tornillo de 8 . Apriete la tuerca del perno de 5 / 16 pig anilla . AsegOrese de que el perno de anilla este bien alineado y que la manivela pueda girar libremente . Arandela de seguri - dad ( abierta ) de 9 . Apriete todos los pernos del mango . 5 / 16 pig Figura 60 NOTA : AsegQrese de que los cables no queden atrapados entre los mangos superior e inferior . 5 . Levante el mango superior a la posici6n de operaci6n . NOTA : Silos cables se han desconec - Junta universal M _ nivela tado , conectelos como semuestra en la Figura 63 Figura 61 . 46 F - 011068L
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NOTA : Si los cables se han desconec - tado , conectelos come se muestra en la Figura 64 . Cable de Cable de propul - propulsi6n si6n de la barrena Figura 64 COMO INSTALAR LAS PERILLAS Y MANGOS Perilla de velocidad Instalela perilla de velocidad a la pa - lanca de velocidad . Vea la Figura65 . _ - " " erilla de la palanca de velocidad Palanca de vetocidad Figura 65 F - 011068L 47
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COMO INSTALAR LA VARILLA 6 . Aseg _ rese de que la palanca dea velocidad funcione bien . Muev la DE CONTROL DE VELOCIDAD palanca de velocidad a tray , s de todas las velocidades . 1 . Coloque la palanca de velocidad en la posici6n del engranaje nt _ mero seis . 2 . Conecte la varilla de control de velocidad ( extremo en , _ ngulo de Palanca de Soporteanca 90 _ ) al soporte selector de veloci - velocidad de la pal dad con la arandela y el pasador de velocidad de chaveta . Vea la Figura 66 . \ _ , randela 3 . Coloque la palanca de velocidad Pasador en el primer cambio . de chaveta 4 . Conecte el junta articulada , ubica - / da en el extreme inferior de la vari - Varilla de lie de control de velocidad al control de conjunto de horquilla de cam - velocidad bios . Vea la Figure 67 . La f & brica Figure 66 se encarga de conectar los sujeta - dores a la junta articulada . Varilla de control de velocidad 5 . El largo de la junta articulada y de Engranaje de cam - bio de marcha la varilla de control de velocidad han side preajustados en la f & brica . Si es necesario ajustarlo , afloje la tuerca . Retire los sujetadores para desconectar la junta articulada del conjunto de horquilla de cam - bios . Para alargar o acortar el largo Adaptador _ ' , de la varilla de control de veloci - dad , gire el adaptador para obten - artJicuunItaada _ SujetadoresFigura 67 er el largo correcto . C ( _ MO ENSAMBLAR EL DEFLECTOR DEL TUBO DE DESCARGA 1 . Quite el perno cabeza de hongo . el parte interior del reborde . Yea la Figura 68 . 4 , Sujete con las arandelas y las con - tratuercas . 2 . Levante el deflector del tubo de descarga ala posicion de opera - 5 . Apriete firmemente las contratuer - cion . ces . 3 . Monte el deflector del tubo de NOTA : Compruebe que los per - nos de cabeza de hongo en el re - descarge en el reborde con los horde esten bien apretados . pernos de cabeza de hongo . Ase - PERO NO LOS APRIETE DEMA - gt _ rese de instalar los pernos de SIADO . cabeza de hongo con la cabeza en F - 011068L 48
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Deflector del tubo de descarga Pemos dede cabeza hongo Reborde Figura 68 FIJACION DE LA ALTURA DE LOS PATINES El quitanieves tiene patines de altura ajustable montados en la parte de atr & s del alojamiento de la barrena . Para ajustar la altura de los patines vea " C6mo ajustar la altura de los patines " en la secci6n de mantenimiento . Patines de altura ajustable Figura 69 COMO AJUSTAR EL LARGO DE ci6n de operaci6n , es posible que los LOS CABLES cables queden muy tirantes o muy flo - jos . Si es necesario ajustarlos , consulte Puesto que los cables fueron ajustados en la f & brica , no es necesario que la secci6n " C6mo revisar y ajustar los cables " que aparece en la secci6n de usted los ajuste . Sin embargo , una vez Servicios y Ajustes . que se instalan los mangos en la posi - _ " LISTA DE REVISION AI mismo tiempo que aprende a usar su quitanieves , preste mucha atenci6n a Antes de usar su nuevo quitanieves , y los detalles siguientes : para asegurar que obtenga el mejor _ ' El aceite del motor est & al nivel ade - rendimiento y la mayor satisfacci6n de cuado . este producto de calidad , por favor ha - ga un repaso de la siguiente lista de re - _ ' AsegQrese que el tanque de gasolina visi6n : este Ileno con gasolina limpia , fresca _ ' Se han completado todas las instruc - y sin plomo . ciones de ensamblado . _ - " Familiaricese con todos los centre - _ ' El tubo de descarga gira libremente . les , su ubicaci6n y funci6n . Opere los controles antes de hacer arrancar el _ ' No quedan piezas sueltas en la caja de cart6n . motor . 49 F - 011068L
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CONOZCA SU QUITANIEVES Lea este manual del propietario y las reglas de seguridad antes de usar su quitanieves . Com - pare las ilustraciones con su quitanieves para familiarizarse con las posiciones de los diversos controles y ajustes . Guarde este manual para referencia en et futuro . Palanca de propulsi6n Palanca de propulsi6n de la barrena de oruga Palanca de oambio velocidades Control de Conjunto ulaci6n cigQeflal Deflector Bot6n cebador de descarga Conducto de Llave de ignici6n Manija de arranque manual Patines de altura ajustable Figura 70 Palanca de propulsion de la barn _ na - A - Manija del arranque manual - Arranca el motor manualmente . rranca y detiene la barrena y el propulsor ( re . coge y lanza la nieva ) Control de estrangulacion - Se usa para arrancar un motor fr _ o . Palanca de propulsion de traoci6n - Impul - sa el quitanieves hacia delante o hacia atr _ s Botbn de eebado - Inyeota el combustible Palanca de cambio de velocidades - Se - directamente dentro del carburador o distribui - Iecciona la velocidad del quitanieves ( 6 veloci - dor para un arranque r _ pido en temperaturas dades hacia adelante y 2 velocidades de bajas . Control del acelerador - Controla Ia veloci - retroceso ) . dad del motor . Ensamblado de la manivela de direccion de deeearga - Carnbia la direcci6n de Ianza - Botbn de arranque electrico - ( si la unidad mier _ o de la nieve . Io tiene ) Se usa para arrancar el motor usan - do el arrancador el @ ctdcode 120V , Deflector del conducto de descarga - Cam - bia la distancia del lanzamiento de la nieve . Pasadoree de eeguridad - Pasadores dise - Conducto de desearga - Cambia la altura y hades especialmente para romperse ( para ia direcci6n del ianzamiento de la nieve . proteger la maquina ) si un objeto se atora en Patinee de altura ajustable - Ajustan la dis - el alojamiento de la barren & tancia libre entre el terreno y el alojamiento de Caja de herramientas - Contiene pasadores la barren & de seguridad y espaciadores de repuesto . Llave de ignici6n - Debera ser insertada pa - ra arrancar el motor , 5O F - 011068L
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Laoperacid6encualquqieuritanievpeusede ocasionqaureobjetoesxtraflosesalnanza - Tuerca de marl doshacilaosojosI , ocuaplodrfraesulteanr IesiongersaveUs . sesiempgreafadsese - guridaodprotectopreasralosojosmientras opereelquitanieves . Serecomienldaasgnafadsesegurideasd - tg = ndoalarmascadreaseguriddaedvisi6n igura 72 amplpiaarausarslaobrleosanteojos . C ( ) MO AVANZAR Y del propietario antes de operar _ i ADVERTENCIA : Lea el Manual RETROCEDER la maquina . Nunca dirija la des - carga hacia espectadores . Pare el motor 1 . Para cambiar de velocidad , suelte ] a pa - antes de desobstruir el conducto de des - lanca de propulsi6n de oruga y mueva la carga o el alojamienato de la barrena y palanca de cambios a la velocidad des - antes de dejar la maquina . eada ( vea la Figura 71 ) . La velocidad en el terreno estar _ determinada per las COMO DETENER EL condiciones de la nieve . Seleccione la QUITANIEVES velocidad que desea moviendo la palan - ca de cambio de velocidades a la ranura 1 . Para detener el lanzamiento de nieve , apropiada de la placa de Ia palanca de suelte la palanca de propulsion de la cambios . barrena ( yea la Figura 71 ) . Velocidades 1,2 - Nieve h [ imeda , pesa - 2 . Para parar las ruedas , suelte ia palanca da > muy profunda de propulsibn de traccion . 3 . Para parar el motor , empuje la palanca VeIocidad 3 - Nieve ligera de control de aceleracion a apagado VeIocidad 4 - Muy ligera ( off ) y saque la Ilave de ignicion . Velocidades 5 , 6 - Para transportar ia Palanca propulsi6n unidad solamente de tracci6n Palanca de propul - si6n de la barrena Enganche la palanca de propulsi6n de tracci6n ( en el lado izquierdo ) . A medida que el quitanieves comienza a moverse , sujete firmemente los mangos , y gufe el quitanieves a Io largo del camino a des - pejar . No intente empujarlo . Para mover el quitanieves en retroceso , mueva la palanca de cambio de veloci - Palanoa dades a la primera o segunda velocidad del retroceso y enganche la palanca de de veloci - propulsi6n de tracci6n ( en el lado iz - dades Figura 71 quierdo ) . IMPORTANTE : Nunca mueva la palanca COMOCONTROLARLADESCARGADE de cambio de velocidades mientras la pa - NIEVE lanca de propulsion de traccibn esta aba - jo . 1 . Gire la manivela de control para establecer la direcci6n del lanzamiento de la nieve . PARA LANZAR LA NIEVE 2 . Afloje la tuerca de mariposa en el de - flector del canal de descarga y ajuste el 1 . Empuje la palanca de propulsi6n de la deflector para establecer la distancia . barrena haole abajo ( lado derecho ) ( yea Mueva el deflector hacia ( ARRIBA ) para la Figura 71 ) . mayor distancia , hacia ( ABAJO ) para una distancia menor . Luego apriete la 2 . SL _ 61telapara detener el lanzamiento de nieve . tuerca de mariposa ( Vea la Figura 72 ) . 51 F - 011068L
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C ( ) MOUSARELPASADORDE Pasador ENGANCHEDELA RUEDA # klick 1 . La rueda del Iado izquierdo va asegurada al eje por medio de un pasador de en - ganche ( pasador klick ) . Esta unidad fue Posici6n de despachada con el pasador en Ia posi - enganche cion de enganche ( a traves del agujero de Ia rueda ) . Vea la Figura 73 . Tracci6n en 2 ruedas Figura 73 2 . Para facilitar la maniobra de la unidad en condiciones de nieve ligera , desconecte el pasador kliok de la posici6n de en - klick ganche de la rueda e introdSzcalo en el agujero para tracci6n de una rueda ( des - enganche solamente el agujero _ del asador Posici6n de eje ) . Vea la Figura 74 . desengan - NOTA : Aseg _ rese de que el pasador klick est _ en la posici6n de tracci6n de una sola Tracclon en _ _ rueda en el eje solamente , y no est _ inserta - sola rueda Figura 74 do a traves de ia posici6n de enganche . 3 . Si es necesario , aSada aceite hasta la ANTESDE ENCENDEREL MOTOR ffnea FULL ( lleno ) en Ia tapa / varilla del 1 . Antes de darle servicio o de encender el nivel ( yea la Figura 75 ) . No exceda ia motor , familiar [ cese con el quitanieves . medida . AsegSrese de entender la funci6n y la ubicaci6n de todos los controles . 2 . Revise la tensi6n del cable del embra - Tapa ! varilla deI niveI de aceite gue antes de encender el motor . Con - suite el parrafo Como ajustar el cable LLENO de control , en la seoci6n de Servicio y Ajustes de este manual 3 . Asegt _ rese de que todos los sujetadores esten apretados . 4 . Asegt _ rese de que los patines de altura ajustable esten ajustados correctamen - re . Consulte el parrafo Como ajustar la altura de los patines , en la secci6n de NOTA : El nivel del aceite debera estar Servicio y Ajustes de este manual . entre la marca Ileno y Ia marca agregar 5 . Revise la presi6n de las ruedas ( 14 - 17 Figura 75 libras ) . No sobrepase el llmite m _ ximo de presi6n para los neumAticos 4 . Apriete la tapa / varilla del nivel de aceite C ( 3MO REVISAR EL ACEITE : en forma segura cada vez que revise el NOTA : El motor fue enviado de la fbbrica nivel de aceite . con aceite . Revise el nivel de aceite . A _ a - NOTA : Para condiciones de operaci6n de da aceite segt _ n sea necesario . frio extremo de 0 ° F y por debajo de 6sta , 1 . AsegSrese de que la unidad se encuen - use un aceite de motor 5W30 parcialmente tre sobre una superficie nivelada . sintetico para un arranque mAs fg = cil . NOTA : No revise el nivsl de aceite es - NOTA : Cuando la temperatura alcance - 6,7 ° tando el motor en maroha . C ( 20 ° F ) o menos , puede usar aceite del tipo 2 . Quite la tapa ! varilla de niveI de aceite . S . A . E . 5W - 30 para facilitar en encendido del Revise el nivel . motor . 52 F - 011068L
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TIPO DE COMBUSTIBLE AVISO : MOTORES QUE ESTAN CERTIFI - per sin plomo , o gasolina automotor CADOS PARA CUMPLIR CON LAS ESTF reformulada . NO usa gasolina con plo - PULACIONES DE LAS NORMAS DE mo . AsegSrese de que el recipiente que contiene la gasolina a utilizar , est @ limpio EMISION EN EL ESTADO DE CALIFORNIA y sin 6xido u otras particulas extra , as . Y DE LAS NORMAS FEDERALES DE EPA Nunca use gasolina vencida debido a su DE EUA PARA MOTORES ULGE : Es - prolongado almacenamiento . tan certificados para funcionar con gasoIina regular sin plomo . Esto incluye los siguien - tes sistemas de control de emisi6n : EM , Sis - Dep6sito de gasolina tema de reactor ( convertidor ) Catalitico Tridireccional ( para los motores que esten \ equipados con este sistema ) . Todas las ca - racteristicas ajustables por el usuario ya cumplen con las normas , pot la tanto no es necesano ningt _ n otro requisito . Figura 76 indica que los combustibles _ IL DVERTENCIA : La experiencia mezclados con alcohol ( llama - do gasohol o usando etanol o metanol ) pueden atraer humedad la cual conduce inflamable y se debera tener a la separacion y formacion de _ cidos _ 1 = DVERTENClA : La gasolina es mucho cuidado al manipulara o durante el almacenamiento . Los gases almacenarla . acidicos pueden da _ ar el sistema de No Ilene el tanque de combustible mien - combustible de un motor mientras se en - tras el quitanieves se encuentra en mar - cuentra en almacenamiento . cha , cuando esta cliente , o cuando el quitanieves se encuentra en un area ce - NOTA : Para evitar problemas del motor , el rrada . sistema de combustible debe vaciarse antes del almacenamiento durante 30 dias o ma - Mantengase alejado ( a ) de llamas abiertas o chispas electricas y no fume mientras yor . Arranque el motor y dejelo en marcha Ilena el tanque de combustible . hasta que las lineas de combustible y el NUNCA Ilene el tanque completamente , carburador esten vac [ os . Use el drenaje de Llene el tanque hasta el nivel entre Ia vasija del carburador para vaciar la gasoli - 1 / 4 - 1 / 2 pulgada desde la parte superior na residual de la camara del fiotador ( Vea la para proporcionar espacio para la expan - figura en pagina 60 ) . Use gasolina fresca la sibn del combustible . siguiente temporada . ( vea la " lnstrucciones Siempre Ilene el tanque en ambientes ex - para almacenamiento " para obtener informa - teriores y use un embudo o boquilla para ci6n adicional ) . prevenir el derrame . Asegurese de limpiar cualquier combus - Nunca use productos de limpieza de motor o tible derramado antes de arrancar el mo - carburador en el tanque de combustible , de tor . Io contrario podria causar daflo permanente . Almacene la gasolina en un contendor , limpio y aprobado , y mantenga la tapade - 1 . Llenar et tanque 5nicamente con gasoli - ra del contenedor en su lugar . na nueva , limpia , regular sin plomo , st3 - F - 011068L 53
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PARA APAGAR EL MOTOR Estrangulador f 1 . Para parar la marcha del motor , mueva la palanca de control de aceleraci6n a la posici6n " LENTO " , luego a la posici6n " PARAR " ( vea la Figura 77 ) . 4 . Mueva el control de aceleraci6n a la po - sici6n ( RAPIDO ) . Opere el motor con el control de aceleraci6n en Ia posici6n " RAPIDO " ( yea la Figura 80 ) . Figura 77 2 . Saque la Ilave de ignici6n ON / OFF ( vea la Figura 78 ) . Guarde la Ilave aceleraci6n J Control de la en un lugar seguro . El motor no arrancar & sin la Ilave de ignici6n . ignici6n Figura 80 5 . Saque ambas Ilaves de ignici6n de la bolsa pl _ . stica . Inserte una de elias en la ranura de encendido ( vea la Figura 81 ) . AsegQrese de que la Ilave encaje bien . No gire la Figura 78 Ilave de ignition . Guarde la se - gunda Ilave en un lugar seguro . PARA ENCENDER EL MOTOR f f Llave de ignici6n Cerci6rese de que el motor tiene suficiente aceite . Antes de encender el motor , asegt _ re - se de leer toda Ia informaci6n siguiente : ARRANQUE EN FRIO 1 . Asegt _ rese de que las palancas de pro - pulsiSn de la barrena y de propulsiSn de / oruga estAn en la posici6n desenganche " SUELTA " ( RELEASED ) . Figura 81 2 . Gire la perilla de estrangulaci6n a la po - ( ARRANQUE MANUAL ) Jale la manive - sici6n ESTRANGULAR ( vea Ia la del arranque con un movimiento segu - Figura 79 ) . roy rapido ( yea ia Figura 82 ) . No deje 3 . Oprima el bot6n cebador tres veces ( yea que la inercia del encendido jale la cuer - Ia Figura 79 ) . da del arranque con violencia . Permita F - 011068L 54
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que vuelva a enrollarse suavemente _ Q ) . _ mientras sostiene la manivela . Manija de arranque manual Botdn de arranque a 82 _ - _ F igura 83 8 . Mientras el motor se va calentando , mueva la palanca de ahogador a la posi - ci6n de " 1 / 2 ahogador " . Cuando el mo - tor est @ funcionando uniformemente , mueva la palanca del ahogador a Ia po - arranque esta equipado con an _ k DVERTENCIA : El motor de sici6n de " No abogador " . cable de alimentacion y enchu - NOTA : deje que el motor se caliente fe trifllar , diser _ ados para funcionar con por algunos minutos antes de soplar corriente dom _ stica de 120 voltios CA . El nieve , en temperaturas inferiores a - cable de alimentaoibn debera estar co - 18 ° C ( 0 ° F ) . nectado a tierra en todo momento para evitar la posibilidad de un choque el _ ctri - 9 . Opere el motor a toda vetocidad ( RAPI - DO ) al remover nieve . co que podria lesionar al operador . Siga cuidadosamente todas las instrucciones ARRANQUE EN CALIENTE de la secoibn " Arranque del motor . " Veri - Siesta arrancando un motor caliente des - fique que el alambrado electrico de su pues de un apag6n corto , deje el estrangula - casa tenga un sistema trifilar conectado dor en " APAGADO " ( OFF ) y no pulse el a tierra . Si no esta seguro de esto , pre - bot6n cebo . guntele a un electricista profesional . Si su casa no cuenta con un sistema de ARRANQUE CONGELADO alambrado el _ ctrico trifilar , no use el Si el arrancador est _ congelado y no arranca arrancador electrico bajo ninguna cir - el motor : cunstancia . Si su sistema esta conectado 1 . Hale tanta Iongiatud de cuerda del arran - a tierra pero no dispone de un tomaco - cador como sea posible . rrientes trifilar , en un punto conveniente 2 . Suelte la manija del arrancador y d6jela para enchufar su arrancador electrico , enrollarse de nuevo contra el arranca - pida a un electricista profesional que le dot . instale uno . Para conectar el cable de ali - Si el motor todavia no arranca , repita estos mentacibn de 120 voltios de CA , siempre pasos hasta que Iogre encnederlo . conecte primero el cable a la caja del to - macorrientes del motor , luego enchufe el Para ayudar a evitar la posibilidad de conge - otto axtremo en el tomacorrientes trifilar lamiento del arrancador de retroceso y los conectado a tierra . AI desconactar el ca - controles del motor , proceda de la manera ble de alimentacibn electrica , siempre siguiente despues de cada trabajo de remo - ci6n de nieve . desenchufe primero el extremo en el to - macorrientes conectado a tierra . Con el motor en marcha , hale la cuerda de arranque energicamente con un alar - gamiento de brazo continuo tres o cua - tro veces . El halado de la cuerda de 7 . ( ARRANQUE ELECTRICO ) Conecte el arranque producirA un sonido de repi - cable de alimentaci6n al motor y oprima queteo fuerte . Esto no causa daflo ni al motor ni al arranoador . el bot6n de arranque . 55 F - 011068L
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2 . Conelmotopraradloim , piteodalanie - _ hb DVERTENCIA : No intente qui - veyhumeddaedlacubierdtaecl arbu - tar ningun objeto que se hayamar radoernelareadelaspalancdaes atorado en la barrena sin to controAls . imismmou , eveel control de as precauciones siguientes : aceleraciSn , control de estrangulaciSn , y manija del arrancador varias veces y de - Suelte las palancas de propulsion de je el estrangulador en la posici6n , " TO - la barrena y de propulsion de traccion . TAL " ( FULL ) y ia palanca de aceieraci6n Mueva la palanca de control de la ace - el la posici6n ( RAPIDO ) . leracion a la posicion parar . da el motor de la unidad en re - Remueva ( no rote ) la Ilave de ignicion . _ IL ADVERTENCIA : Nunca encien - cintos cerrados o con poca Desconecte el alambre de la bujia . ventilacion . Las emanaciones del escape No coloque las manos en la barrena o del motor contienen MONOXIDO DE conducto de descarga . Use una barra CARBONO , UN GAS INOLORO Y MOR - de apalancamiento . TAL . Mantenga las manos , pies , cabello y ropa suelta alejados de cualquier parte en moviento del motor y de la unidad . La temperatura del silenciador y las breas cercanas a este pueden alcanzar temperaturas de hasta 150 grados F . No toque estas areas . NO permita que niftos o jovenes utilicen la unidad ni que se en - cuentren cerca de _ sta cuando esta fun - cionando . PISTAS SOBRE LANZAMIENTO raspadora se encuentre 1 / 8 de pulgada sobre las correderas de apoyo . Para su - DE NIEVE perficies de nieve dura extremadamente 1 . Para mayor eficiencia de lanzamiento de compacta , ajuste las correderas de apo - nieve durante la remoci6n de la misma , yo hacia arriba de manera que la barra ajuste la velocidad en el terreno , NUN - raspadora haga contacto con el terreno . CA Ia aceleraciSn , Avance lentamente En superficies de grava o roca triturada , en nieve profunda , congelada , o hSme - posicione las correderas de apoyo a da . Si la oruga desliza , reduzca la velo - 1 - 1 / 4 pulgadas por debajo de la barra cidad hacia adelante . El motor esta raspadora ( Vea el parrafo " CSmo ajustar diser _ ado para brindar un rendimiento la altura de las correderas de apoyo " en m _ ximo bajo aceleraci6n total y debe la pAgina 55 ) . Las rocas y grava no de - ser operado en este valor de potencia berAn set recogidas y lanzadas pot la en todo momento . maquina . 2 . El lanzamiento de nieve es mas efixcen - Despu6s de que se haya completado el te si Ia remoci6n de la misma se efectt _ a lanzamiento de nieve , permita que el inmediatamente despues de su caida . motor se encuentre en reposo por unos 3 . Para una remociSn completa de la nieve , cuantos minutos , Io cuaI derretirA Ia nie - traslape ligeramente cada camino adop - ve y hielo acumulado del motor . tado previamente . En nieve profunda , 8 . EfectSe una limpieza completa de el qui - superponga los barridos entre si para tanieves luego de cada uso . evitar sobrecargar Ia maquina . 9 . Remueva la acumulaciSn de hielo y nie - 4 . La nieve deberfa set descargada en la ve y todo material extraflo heterogeneo direcciSn del viento siempre que sea po - de el quitanieves en su totalidad , y lave sible . con agua ( si fuese posible ) para remo - 5 . Para uso normal , posicione las correde - ver toda sal u otras substancias qu [ mi - ras de apoyo de manera tal que la barra cas . Seque el quitanieves . 56 F - 011068L
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RESPONSABILIDADES DEL CLIENTE REGISTROSDE SERVICIO Anotelas fechsss me - Antes Cada Cada Cada Csda Antes FECHA didaque completsel deca - A me - 5 10 25 tempo - de DEL servicio da uso nudo horas horas horas rada guardar SERVICIO Cambiar eI aceite del motor V V ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! iiiiiiii _ i Revisar la bujia V V ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! iiiiiiii _ i to _ _ ! ! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Revisar el combustible % / . : : ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! _ i _ i _ iii _ i _ t ! _ ! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Revisar el ajuste de los cables ( secci6n " Ajuste de los cables " ) V i ! i ! ii ! ! i ! i ! iii ! i ! i _ i ! ! ! ' i ! i ! iiii ! i ! ! iiiii ! ! ii ! i ! i'ii ! i ! ! ii ! ii _ i ! iii ! l ! ! ii ! ii ! iiii ! i _ i ! ' ! ! ! iii ! iii _ ' i _ ii ! ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! i ! iiiiiiii _ i LubricateAuger Shaft See Shear Bolt _ / V Replacement ) RECOMENDACIONESGENERALES zados por Io menos una vez durante cada temporada . La garant [ a de este quitanieves no cubre DESPUES DE CADA USO elementos que han estado sujetos a abuso o • Revise la unidad pot si tuviera alguna negligencia pot parte del operador . Para re - pieza suetta o da _ ada . cibir el valor total de la garantia , el operador deberA dar mantenimiento al quitanieves de • Apriete los sujetadores que est6n acuerdo a las instrucciones contenidas ell sueltos . este manual . • Revise y de mantenimiento a la barrena . Ser _ necesario efectuar algunos ajustes pe - • Revise los controles para asegurarse de ri6dicamente para mantener su quitanieves en buenas condiciones de funcionamiento . que funcionan correctamente . • Si encuentra alguna pieza gastada o Todos los ajustes en la secci6n Servicio y Ajustes de este manual deberian ser reali - daSada , cAmbiela inmediatamente . F - 011068L 57
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LUBRICACI6N DE LA CADENA - CA - ESPECIFICACIONES DA 25 HORAS 1 . Ponga la palanca de selecci6n de veIoci - CABALLOS DE 7.75 HP FUERZA dad en primera ( 1 ) . 2 . Ponga el quitanieves de pie sobre el ex - CILINDRADA 206 cc . tremo del alojamiento de la barrena . CAPACIDAD DE 4 cuartos NOTA : Cuando el cbrter del motor este GASOLINA ( sin plomo ) Ileno de aceite , asegfirese de no dejar el quitanieves de pie sobre el CAPACIDAD DE alojamiento de la barrena por mucho ACEITE 20 onzas , 5W30 tiempo . 3 . Quite el panel inferior . BUJiA : Platino , larga duraci6n P / N 5066 4 . Lubrique las cadenas con un lubricante especial para cadenas . HOLGURA DE Entrada : 0,004 - 0,006 pig . 5 . Cuando vaya a almacenarlo , limpie el eje V _ , LVULAS : Escape : 0,009 - 0,011 pig . hexagonal y los engranajes con aceite de motor 5W30 . QUITANIEVES NOTA : Limpie todo exceso de grasa o de aceite de la rueda de friccion o de la placa del disco de propulsion . SEGON SEA NECESARIO PRECAUCI ( _ N : No permita que la Los siguientes ajustes se deben hacerse grasa entre en contacto con la rueda mAs de una vez por temporada . de friccion ni con la placa del disco de propulsibn . 1 . Ajuste la correa de propulsi6n de la ba - rrena despu6s de Ias primeras 2 6 4 ho - 6 . Instale el panel inferior . ras , y nuevamente a mitad de la temporada , y dos veces cada temporada posteriormente , ( Consulte el p _ rrafo " Chino ajustar las correas " en la sec - cion de Servicio y Ajustes . LUBRICACI6N - CADA 10 HORAS 1 . Auger Shaft - Using a hand grease gun , lubricate the auger shaft zerk fittings ( A ) every ten ( 10 ) operating hours . Each time a shear bolt is replaced , the auger shaft MUST be greased . See Figura 84 . See To Replace Auger Shear Bolt in the Service and Adjustment section . Figura 85 CAJA DE ENGRANAJESDELA BARRENA La caja de engranajes de la barrena se lubri - ca en la fAbrica y no requiere lubricaci6n . Si por alguna raz6n el lubricante se escapa , haga revisar esta caja de engranajes en un Figura 84 centro de servicio autorizado . 58 F - 011068L
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MOTOR LUBRICACI ( _ N Cambie el aceite cada veinticinco ( 25 ) horas Revise el nivel de aceite en el carter del mo - de use , o pot Io menos una vez aI aSo si el tor antes de encenderlo y despues de cada quitanieves no se usa por veintieinco ( 25 ) einco ( 5 ) horas de uso continuo . Agregue horas . aceite de motor S . A . E . 5W30 a medida que CAMBIO DE ACEITE sea necesario . Apriete la tapa / varilla indicadora en forma segura cada vez que t , Coloque el quitanieves de manera tal que revise ei nivel del aceite . el tap6n de drenaje del aceite sea el pun - to mas bajo del motor . Tapa / varilla indicadora 2 . Quite el tap6n de drenaje del aceite y la del nivel de aceite tapa / varilla indicadora del nivel de LLENO aceite . Drene el aceite en un recipiente apropiado . NOTA : El aceite fluira mejor si el motor es - ta caliente . 3 . Una vez que haya sacado todo el aceite , coloque nuevamente el tap6n de drenaje en su lugar y apri @ teto para que quede seguro . 4 . Llene lentamente el carter del motor con Figura 86 aceite S . A . E . 5W30 . NO LO LLENE DE - MASIADO . Figura 87 BUJiA rio . Yea la Figura 88 . 3 . Antes de instalar la bujia , cubra la rosca Revise la bujia cada veinticinco ( 25 ) horas . con un poco de aceite para que sea m _ s Reempl _ cela si los electrodos estan picados facil sacarla , si fuera necesario . Aprieta o quemados o si la porcelana esta rajada . Ia bujia a un par de apriete de 15 pie - Iibra . Para sacar la bujla , es necesario retirar la cubierta protectora de la unidad . Consulte 0,030pig . " C6mo desmontar la cubierta protectora " en Ia seeci6n de Mantenimiento . 1 . Aseg5rese de que la bujia este limpia . Limpiela raspando con mucho cuidado los electrodos ( no use chorro de aren ni cepillo de alambres ) . 2 . Revise el entrehierro de la bujia usando Bujia una lamina calibradora y restablezca el Figura 88 entrehierro a 0,030 pig . si fuera necesa - 59 F - 011068L
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C ( ) MO DESMONTAR LA CUBIERTA PROTECTORA Para acceder a la bujia es necesario quitar la cubierta protectora : 1 . Quite el estrangulador ( vea la Figura 89 ) . 2 . Saque la Ilave de ignici6n . 3 . Quite los cuatro tornillos de monta - je . 4 . Retire cuidadosamente la cubierta protectora ( vea la Figura 90 ) . Ase - gQrese de que la manguera del bo - t6n cebador y el cable de ignici6n permanezcan conectados . 5 . Para instalar la cubierta protector & asegQrese de que la manguera del Cubierta protectora Figura 90 bot6n cebador y el cable de ignici6n esten conectados . 6 . Monte la cubierta protectora en el motor y fijela con los cuatro tornillos de montaje ( vea la Figura 91 ) . 7 . Alinee la lengQeta del estrangulador con la ranura de la cubierta protec - tora ( vea la Figura 92 ) . 8 . Conecte el estrangulador a la varilla del estrangulador . AsegQrese de que el estrangulador est _ instalado correctamente . Si no Io es , el es - trangulador no funcionar & Estrangu _ ador Cubierta protectora Figura 91 Tornillos Estrangu - iador Lengt ) eta _ _ Ranur _ a / Llave de Cubierta ignici6n protectora Tornillos \ Figura 89 Figura 92 6O F - 011068L
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0F-011068L Owner`s manual
0025-11501062E701 Plate, engine
0025-2310169 Screw, 1/4-20x.63
0025-3780055 Screw, 5/16-18x.50
0025-41501050E701 Motor box
16219 Cord, starter
10710247 Washer
1271063 Washer
1471015 Screw, 3/8-24x1.00
16585416 V-belt, 4l
18579932 V-belt
2N/P Engine briggs & straton 12c414-0131-e1
201501201 Guide, rod belt
2271060 Washer
24710097 Screw
25N/P Frame assy
32X97 Bolt, carriage
528X76 Retainer, push
6710026 Nut, 5/16-18 hex
81501109 Pulley, engine
1031501226YZ Idler, auger
105711682 Pin, hair
106761761 Pin, klik 3/16`` dia.
107165X159 Spring, tension
108761675YK Attach, spring
110585781 Bolt, 3/8-16x1.25 carr.
111711617 Washer, flat
1121501112YK Bracket, idler
1141501065 Bushing, idler
116710097 Screw
11871060 Washer
122780055 Screw, 5/16-18x.50
14553704 Idler spring traction drive
14850793 Pulley, idler
149590 Nut, 3/8-16
1601501052 Cover, belt
162310169 Screw, tap
16671067 Washer, flat
1681501200 Spacer
169760539 Lid, belt cover
170761187 Pad, foam
901501055E701 Cover, bottom
91310169 Screw, 1/4-20x.63
2001501092YZ Lf axle, swing plate yz
201579851 Chain, roller
203334163 Bearing & retainer assy
204579858 Washer
206780055 Screw, 5/16-18x.50
2071501100 Hex shaft assy
208579868 Chain, roller
210337029 Bearing, trunnion
21253830 Friction wheel assy
21311871 Screw, 1/4-20x.63
215303008 Nut, 1/4-20
217579859 Ring, retext
218579858 Washer
220334163 Bearing & retainer assy
221780055 Screw, 5/16-18x.50
2231501115 Friction pulley assy
2251501057YZ Lf plate, swinging yz
2261501158 Spacer
22715X114 Nut, flange lock
22911X30 Retainer, ring
2301501107YZ Lif spring link assy yz
23211X30 Retainer, ring
234165X112 Spring, extension
2361501090 Wld, intermed sprocket
23871074 Flatwasher
480583146 Pulley
4822001022 Key, square
48415X112 Nut
4851501158 Spacer
490582957YZ Retainer, ball bearing
49143846 Bearing, ball
493001X92 Bolt
499710026 Nut, 5/16-18 hex
5001501132E245 Housing assy
509760040 Plug
510760661E701 Blade, scraper
511340720 Bolt
514710026 Nut, 5/16-18 hex
520760607E701 Auger assy-lh
521760608E701 Auger assy-rh
5229524 Screw
5233943 Spacer, sleeve
52473826 Nut, 1/4-20
52553757 Bearing
52770984 Screw, 5/16-18x.75
540309016E701 Skid, height adjust
541340720 Bolt, 5/16-18x.75
544710026 Nut, 5/16-18 hex
0333431 10oz tube lubriplate
300896 Rh gear case
301895 Lh gear case
303910828 Screw
30471100 Nut
305330434 Screw
30653749 Screw
310780151 Seal, oil
31153743 Bearing, sleeve
31253748 Washer, flat
313760529 Shaft, auger output
314897 Gasket, gear box
31553730 Worm gear
31673905 Key, woodruff #91
32053737 Bearing
321583126 Shaft, auger input
32248275 Collar, thrust
32350684 Pin
32448275 Washer, flat
32650795 Bearing
32753732 Seal, oil
33053731 Bearing, sleeve
3401501147E701 Impeller
582340720 Bolt, 5/16-18x.75
58312021 Washer
58471038 Nut, 5/16-18 hex
5886711 Plastic washer
59212021 Washer
5936711 Plastic washer
59471071 Flatwasher
59571060 Washer
59671071 Flatwasher
59757171 Knob
59871037 Nut, 5/16-18 hex
5993316 Bolt
600760990-853 Chute assy
601586280 Bolt, 5/16-18x1.00
60271071 Flatwasher
60371038 Nut, 5/16-18 hex
604760268 Flap, chute
606585214YZ Chute collar
6072X98 Screw
60871067 Washer, flat
609780029 Nut, 1/4-20 hex nylock
610337227 Retainer, ring inner
6111501054 Retainer ring outer
852A1501076YZ Yoke & rod assy
852B313431 Washer
852C1501067 Gear, chute rotation 9t
852D71082 Pin, cotter
852E1501051V701 Brkt, gear mount
852G1501075YZ Yoke adapter assy yz
852H711682 Pin, hair
852I578060 Pin, universal joint
852J578309 Clevis pin
852K579493 Cotter pin.
852L578063 Housing, universal
854307399 Handle, chute crank
855309312 Flatwasher
85673664 Nut, push on
860561618 Eye bolt
861148 Grommet, eye bolt
86371045 Nut
86471072 Flatwasher
86671072 Flatwasher
86771046 Nut, 3/8-16 hex
8682X98 Screw
869780029 Nut, 1/4-20 hex nylock
8701501074 Chute crank assy
7201501230E701 Handle assy
7247288 Screw
72571072 Flatwasher
72671062 Washer
72771044 Nut
7287289 Stop, plastic
72950792 Grip, handle
7394049 Bumper
7401501124 Cable, clutch
741761590 Cable, clutch
743313441 Tension spring
7441673 Spring, clutch
745780029 Nut
7505543E701 Handle, lower
75170984 Screw
75271060 Washer
7581X186 Bolt
759579860 Spool, cable
7601501059YZ Brkt, cable spool yz
7621501122 Cable, lower drive
765308146 Boot, cable
770581964 Bracket, shift
7717288 Screw
77250786 Spring
77371072 Flatwasher
77471046 Nut
775579183 Spacer
78571034 Nut
787585522 Knob, shift 1/4x20
790578927 Lh rod assy
791578924 Rh rod assy
795579002 Bracket, cam
796313676 Screw
79771060 Washer
79871037 Nut
7998417 Cam lock
800584673 Pin, spring pivot
80173664 Nut, push on
80271081 Pin, cotter
80371071 Flatwasher
804581079 Rod, control
80571042 Nut
8066352 Adapter, speed
80771060 Washer
80850782 Joint, steel ball
80971060 Washer
81071042 Nut
811579944 Bearing, fl
8121501110YZ Rod, yoke
81311X30 Retainer, ring
730578992 Lh clutch handle
731578993 Rh clutch handle
732905531 Bolt, 1/4-20x.50
760579039 Panel, control
761316042 Screw
765578866E701 Bracket
766302900 Screw, 5/16-18x1.75
76771060 Washer
76871037 Nut, 5/16-18 hex
794908913 Nut, 1/4-20
6501501104 Shaft, axle
6521501089 Sprocket & hub
6531X186 Screw
654780029 Nut, 1/4-20 hex nylock
6551501114 Bearing, axle
671712120 Flatwasher
6731501138 Bushing
6751501020 Tire & rim-right
676577015 Screw, 1/4-20x1.75
677780029 Nut, 1/4-20 hex nylock
678239 Ring, ret
67973842 Pin
6801501022 Tire & rim-lf
621762343 Light, halogen
6221501036 Harness, headlight
62557444 Tie, cable
626578921 Brkt
627901696 Screw, #8x.50
628901736 Flatwasher
0761916 Decal, danger chute-hand
0761776 Decal, danger & foot
0761078 Decal, danger stripe
0760983 Decal, tool box-belt cover
048X358 Nameplate, craftsman
048X349 Decal, speed select
048X393 Decal
048X392 Decal, speed control
048X391 Decal, traction drive-engage (red)
048X390 Decal, auger drive-engage (red)
048X388 Decal