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Sears MODEL NUMBER 580.328330 CAUTION : READ INSTRUCTIONS AND RULES FOR SAFE OPERATION CAREFULLY TO PREVENT ACCIDENTS , , ® 2400 WATT PORTABLE OPERATING AC GENERATOR INSTRUCTIONS REPAIR PARTS ACCESSORIES AC GENERATOR Record in space provided below the Model No . , and Serial No , of the generator . Model No and Serial No are both located on the Nameplate Model No , Serial No Retain these numbers for future reference . Sears , Roebuck and Co . , Chicago , IL 60684 U . S . A .
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FULL ONE YEAR WARRANTY For one year from the date of purchase , Sears will repair any defect in material or workmanship in this Generator at no charge . If the Generator is used for commercial or rental purposes , this warranty applies for only ninety days from the date of purchase Warranty service is available by RETURNING TO THE NEAREST SEARS SERVICE CENTER / DEPARTMENT THROUGHOUT THE UNITED STATES . This warranty gives you specific legal rights , and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state . Sears , Roebuck and Co . Dept . 698f731A Chicago , tL 60684 RULES FOR SAFE OPERATION i . Never permit any unqualified person - especially children - to oper - ate this equipment . Equipment misuse , carelessness , improper procedures , or incorrect application may result in personal injury or damage to equipment and / or property . 2 . Never handle any kind of electrical device while standing in water , while barefoot , or while hands or feet are wet . Dangerous electrical shock will result . 3 . The engine that drives the generator consumes oxygen and gives off deadly carbon monoxide gas through its exhaust system . This dangerous gas , when breathed in sufficient concentrations , can cause unconsciou - sness and even death , this equipment only in well ventilated areas . Never operate this equipment in any room or enclosed space where exhaust gases might accumulate and endanger people . 4 . This equipment requires an adequate free flow of cooling air for its operation . Without adequate cooling air flow , overheating and resultant damage to equipment and / or property will result . Never operate the generator inside any room or enclosure that might obstruct the free flow of cooling air into and out of the unit . 5 . Engines , engine exhaust mufflers and surrounding areas on this equipment become extremely hot during operation and remain hot for several minutes after shutdown . Avoid contact with these areas or serious burns may result . 6 . Gasoline is extremely flammable and its vapors are explosive . Do not permit smoking , open flame , or sparks in the vicinity while handling gasoline . Avoid spillage of gasoline on a hot engine . Never fill the gas tank while the engine is running . Comply with all laws regulating the storage and handling of gasoline . ' 7 . Never store this equipment indoors or in enclosed , poorly ventilated enclosures with fuel in tank where gasoline fumes might reach an open flame , spark or pilot light ( as on a furnace , water heater , clothes dryer , etc . ) . 8 . In addition to these RULES FOR SAFE OPERATION , other SAFETY RULES may apply . Practice safety at all times - by staying alert and by reading the instructions in this Manual carefully .
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AC GENERATOR SPECIFICATIONS Model Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 580.328330 Type of Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Revolving Field a - c Generator Rated Maximum Continuous a - c Power Capacity . . . . . . 2400 watts ( 2.40 kW ) Rated Maximum Continuous Load Current . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20.0 a - c amperes Generator Circuit Breaker Rating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20.0 a - c amperes Rated Voltage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120 volts a - c Phase . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Single Phase Rated a - c Frequency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 hertz at 3600 rpm NL _ ber of Revolving Field Poles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Driven Speed of Revolving Field . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3720 rpm at No - Load Type of Revolving Field Excitation . . Direct Excited ( Bridge Rectifier ) Rated Maximum Battery Charge Output . . . . . . . . i0 amperes at 12 volts d - c Battery Charge Circuit Breaker Rating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 d - c amperes ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS Engine Manufacturer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . KAWASAKI Manufacturer's Model Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FA - 210 Type of Engine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Single Cylinder , 4 - Stroke , Air Cooled Rated Horsepower . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.0 at 3600 rpm Fuel Consumption Ratio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.68 Ib / hp / hr ( 310 gr / hp / hr ) Displacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12.67 Cubic Inches ( 207 cc ) Compression Ratio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.4 to 1 Cylinder Block Material . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . High Silicon Aluminum Ignition System Type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Flywheel Magneto ( with Breaker Points ) Recommended Spark Plug . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Resistor Type 14 mm _ NGK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BMR - 6A CHAMPION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RCJ - 8 Set Spark Plug Gap to . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.023 - 0.027 inch ( 0.6 - 0.7 mm ) Set Breaker Point Gap to . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.01 - 0.02 inch ( 0.3 - 0.5 mm ) Ignition Timing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fixed at 23 degrees BTDC Engine Speed Governor Type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mechanical , Fixed Speed Governor Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3720 rpm at No - Load _ Air Cleaner . . . . . . . . . Semi - dry Type , washable polyurethane element with ny ! on brush starter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Manual , Recoil Rope Type Engine Crankcase Oil Capacity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.27 U . S . pint ( 600 cc ) Recommended Oils . . . . . . . . Use oil classified " For Service SC , SD or SE " Primary Recommended Oil . . . . . . . . . . . SAE 10W - 30 Multiple Viscosity _ Acceptable Substitute . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SAE 30 Oil SAE 10W - 40 OIL IS NOT RECOMMENDED Maximum Permissible Inclination for Continuous Operation without Lubrication Problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 degrees any direction Fuel Tank Capacity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.34 U . S . gallons ( 9.0 liters ) Recommended Fuel Primary Recommended Fuel . . . . . . . . . . UNLEADED Automotive Gasoline _ e _ Acceptable Substitute . . . . . Leaded REGULAR Grade Automotive Gasoline
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Canada requires the use of RESISTOR spark plugs , in compliance ) with the radio noise limitations ( radio frequency interferencenadian order issued by the Ministry of Communications of the Ca Telecommunications Regulations Branch . At 3720 rpm the generatorts a - c output will be 62 hertz . This slightly high engine speed setting at no - load helps ensure ethatn engine speed ( and a - c frequency ) do not drop excessively wh heavier electrical loads are applied . Use of a multiple viscosity oil will contribute to easier starting in cold weather . Use of UNLEADED gasoline in a 4 - cycle engine contributes to in - creased valve life by reducing lead and and carbon deposits . A high quality REGULAR grade gasoline may be used , however , UN - LEADED gasoline is the primary recommended fuel .
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SECTION 1 - GENERAL INFORMATION 1.1 - INTRODUCTION This OWNER'S _ ANUAL has been prepared especially for the purpose of familiarizing personnel with the handling , operation and servicing of the applicable equipment . Study the Manual carefully and comply with all instructions . This will help prevent possible injury or damage to equipment and ! or property , that might be caused by carelessness , equipment misuse or abuse , improper procedures , or incorrect applica - tion . 1.2 - SAFETY Prior to handling , operating or servicing this equipment , study the ROLES FOR SAFE OPERATION at the front of this Manual carefully . All ROLES must be complied with fully , to help avoid personal injury or damage to equipment and / or property . The following definitions apply to DANGER , CAUTION and NOTE blocks found throuqhout this Manua ! : - DANGER ! Under this heading will be found handling , operating and servicing in - structions that , if not complied with fully , may result in persona ] injury . CAUTION ! Under this heading will be found handling , operating and servicing in - structions that , if not complied with fully , may result in damage to equipment . NOTE that require be found explanatory statements Under this heading will special emphasis . 1.3 - EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION This equipment is a gasoline engine - driven , revolving field a - c gener - ator set . The generator may be used to operate 120 volts , single phase , 60 hertz , a - c electrical devices requiring up to 2400 watts ( 2.4 kW ) of electrica ! power or up to 20.0 a - c amperes of current . A circuit breaker will open the unit's a - c output circuit if the current requirements of connected electrical loads exceeds 20.0 a - c amperes . The generator's revolving field ( rotor ) is directly attached to and driven by a 4 - cycle , air - cooled , gasoline engine . Engine speed with no electrical loads connected to the generator is maintained at approxi - mately 3720 rpm by a mechanical governor . Engine speed and generator a - c output frequency are directly proportional . Thus , at 3600 rpm a - c frequency will be 60 hertz ; at 3720 rpm a - c frequency is 62 hertz . The slightly high engine speed setting at no - load helps ensure that engine speed ( and a - c frequency ) do not drop excessively under heavier elec - trical loads .
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In addition to its a - c power capability , the generator may be used to recharge a discharged 12 volts , automotive or utility type storage battery . When properly connected to the discharged battery , an operating generator will supply a maximum charge rate of approximatelylly i0 d - c amperes at 12 volts . The maximum rate of charge will graduae decrease as the connected battery approaches a i00 percent stat of charge . 1.4 - RECEIVING AND HANDLING Upon receipt , completely remove the generator from its shipping carton and from any shipping pallet to which it might be attached . Remove all packing material from around the generator . Inspect the unit carefully for any damage that might have occured during shipment . In addition to this OWNERtS MANUAL a BATTERY CHARGE CABLE is shipped with the generator . To order additional Manuals or Cables , refer to the REPAIR PARTS section of the Manual . CAUTION ! DO NOT to crank and start the generator engine until it has been properly prepared for use , as outlined in Section 2 of this Manual . Any attempt to crank or start the unit before it has been properly serviced with the recommended oil will result in an engine
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SECTION 2 - OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS DO AND DON'T CHART i . DO comply with all SAFETY RULES . i . DON'T operate the unit inside any enclosure that might obstruct the free flow of cooling air . 2 . DO check oil level before start - 2 . DON'T operate the unit inside any room or enclosure where ex - up or at least every 5 hours of op - eration . haust fumes might accumulate and result in carbon monoxide poison - iing . 3 . DO disconnect electrical loads 3 . DON'T overload the generator . The total of all connected loads from panel before should not exceed 2400 watts ( 2.4 starting or stopping the engine . kW ) , or 20.0 a - c amperes . 4 . DON'T touch areas around the 4 . DO comply with instructions in engine exhaust muffler . These this Manual when charging a battery . areas are HOT . 5 . DON'T handle electrical 5 . DO operate the generator only on equipment while standing in surfaces that are as level as poss - ible . water , while barefoot , or while hands or feet are wet . 2.1 - PI _ PARATION BEFORE USE ( Figure 2 - 1 ) a . Check Enqine Oii Level ( Figure 2 - 1 ) : - Check oil level and ( if necessary ) fill to proper level with the recommended oil as follows : - ( I ) Place the generator on a level surface . ( 2 ) Remove OIL FILL PLUG by turning counterclockwise . ( 3 ) Check oil level . Oil should be at point of overflowing the 0IL FILL PLUG opening . If necessary , add oil to that level . See ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS CHART at front of Manual for recommended oils and crankcase capacity . ( 4 ) When oil is at proper level , install and tighten OIL FILL PLUG . NOTE The revolving field rotates on a pre - lubricated , sealed bearing which requires no additional lubrication for the life of the bearing . OIL FIL _ PLUG _ _ _ _ . . . . . . . . . . : _ , " " _ OIL DRAIN \ PLUG Figure 2 - 1 . Engine Oil Fill and Oil Drain Locations
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b . Fill Fuel Tank : - Remove Fuel Tank FILLER CAP by turning counterclockwise . Fill Fuel Tank with clean , fresh gasoline as recommended in the ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS CHART at front of Manua ! . Install and tighten FILLER CAP . DANGER ! Gasoline is extremely FLAMMABLE and its vapors are EXPLOSIVE . DO NOT permit smoking € open flame or sparks in the vicinity while handling gasoline . Avoid spillage of gasoline on a hot engine . Comply with all laws regulating the storage and handling of gasoline . Never store the generator with fuel in tank where gasoline vapors might reach an open flame , spark or pilot light ( such as on a furnace , water heater , dryer , etc . ) - FIRE or an EXPLOSION might result . C . 120 Volts Cord Sets : - Use only high quality , well insulated , grounded cord sets with the generator's 120 volts a - c receptacles . Wire gauge of cord sets must be large enough to handle the maximum anticipated current draw of connected electrical loads . Cord sets that are excessively long or that are rated at too low an amperage will cause a voltage drop and will overheat . Table 2 - 1 lists minimum recommended wire gauges , based on the cord set length and the load current draw in amperes . COUNT . . L . E . NGTH OF , , , . . CORD SET IN FEET 0 - 50 51 - 100 101 - 150 ( AMPERES } 2 - 3 18AWG . . . . . . . . . . 18 AWG 18 AWG 4 - 5 16 AWG 16 AWG 16 AWG 6 16 AWG 16 AWG 14 AWG 8 16 AWG 14 AWG 12 AWG i0 16 AWG 14 AWG 12 AWG 12 14 AWG 14 AWG 12 AWG 14 14 AWG 12 AWG l0 AWG 16 12 AWG 12 AWG l0 AWG 18 12 AWG 10 AWG 8 AWG 2O I0 AWG 8 AWG 8 AWG Table 2 - 1 . Recommended Wire Gauges of 120 Volts Cord Sets 2.2 - OPERATING LOCATION Comply with the following rules pertaining to operating location of the generator : - a . Place the generator on a level surface . Maximum tilt of the engine in any direction must not exceed 20 degrees , or engine lubricating problems may result . b . Never operate the generator where it will be exposed to flooding , excessive moisture , dust , dirt or corrossive vapors . c . Provide adequate ventilation . Never operate the generator inside any room or enclosure where exhaust fumes might accumulate and endanger people . d . Never run the generator inside any room or enclosure that might ob - struct the free flow of cooling air . Without adequate cooling air , the unit will quickly overheat , causing serious operating problems and possible damage to equipment and / or property .
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2.3 - DON'T OVERLOAD THE GENERATOR ( Table 2 - 2 ) DO NOT exceed the generator's rated WATTAGE and / or AMPERAGE capacity for continuous operation . Before connecting electrical loads to panel receptacles , add up the WATTS ( or the AMPERES ) required to operate those loads . Rated watts and / or amperage can usually be found on the nameplate of lights , appliances , motors , etc . The total of all loads being powered at one time should not exceed 2400 watts or 20.0 a - c amperes . NOTE Some electric motors ( such as saws , drills , etc . ) require more watts of power or amperes of current than is stated on their nameplate , when the motor is being put to hard use . For example , a saw that is used to cut through extremely difficult material may require 3 to 4 times more wattage or amperage than is stated on its nameplate . Some electric motors ( such as Universal , Repulsion - Induction , Capacitor , or Split Phase type ) require more amperes of current for starting than for continuous on - speed operation . Approximate starting and running current ( in amperes ) is listed in Table 2 - 2 . To use the chart , find the TYPE OF MOTOR and its RATED HORSEPOWER on the motor nameplate . Then , locate the approximate starting and running amperes in the chart . APPROXIMATE STARTING AMPERES MOTOR APPROXIMATE SPLIT . . . . . . . . . . . . , IREPULSION . . . . . . HORSEPOWER RUNNING PHASE UNIVERSAL I INDUCTION CAPACITOR RATING A _ PERES MOTORS . . . . . M . O . T . O . RS I MOTORS . . . . _ . M . O . T . O . RS 2.3 3.3 1 / 6 5.0 7.1 I0 . 0 1 / 4 3.3 4.2 7.1 8.8 16.2 3.8 5 _ 0 8.1 1 / 3 ii . 3 16.3 5.0 6.3 10.8 1 / 2 15.0 21.7 k 7.1 8.3 3 / 4 15.8 21.7 1 8.3 10.4 19.2 25.0 12.3 i - 1 / 2 26.7 35.0 e 2 16.7 32.5 42.5 3 25.0 43.3 56.7 5 40.0 62.5 81.7 " _ Motors ot nlgner norsepower in tnls c ± assltlcatlon are not generali ? used . Table Approximate Motor Running and Starting Requirements 2.4 - STARTING THE ENGINE ( Figure 2 - 2 ) a . Disconnect Electrical Loads : - Disconnect or turn OFF all electrical loads connected to generator receptacles . CAUTION ! Never start or stop the engine with electrical loads connected and turned on . The generator will supply its rated voltage and frequency only at its correct rated operating speed . Some electrical devices may be damaged by incorrect voltage and / or frequency . In addition , start - ing the engine with electrical loads applied imposes a heavy load at lower operating speeds where adequate power is not yet available and may shorten engine lifeo
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b . Close the Choke : - Rotate the CHOKE CONTROL to its FULL CHOKE posi - tion . Lesser amounts of choking may be required when starting a warm engine . c . Set Switch to RUN : - Set the Engine - Run / Stop Switch to its RUN position . d . Crank Engine : - Grasp the recoil starter handle with one hand while holding the generator carrying handle with other hand . Pull the starter handle out rapidly to overcome compression and prevent " kickback " . Repeat , if necessary , with Choke opened slightly . When engine starts , open the Choke gradually . e . Let the engine stabilize and warm up for a few minutes . f . Check that the AC ON light is illuminated . Then connect and turn ON the desired electrica ! load ( s ) . DO NOT OVERLOAD THE GENERATOR - SEE PARAGRAPH 2.3 . ENGINE RUN / SWITCH START £ Ft HANDLE I A . CLOSE THE CHOKE B . SET ENGINE SWITCH TO " ON _ C . CRANK ENGINE i Figure 2 - 2 . Starting the Engine 2.5 - STOPPING THE ENGINE a . Disconnect ( or turn OFF ) all electrical loads connected to generator receptacles . b . Let the engine run for a minute or two at no - load , to cool . c . Set the Engine - Run / Stop Switch to STOP position , wait for the engine to come to a complete stop . 2.6 - CHARGING A BATTERY ( Figure 2 - 3 ) This equipment has battery charging capability , may be used to recharge a discharged 12 volts , automotive or utility type storage battery . Te recharge a 12 volts battery , proceed as follows : - CAOTION ! DO NOT attempt to recharge any 6 volts battery using the generatorWs battery charge system . DO NOT attempt to crank an engine having a discharged battery . Either of the preceding may result in damage to equipment .
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a . Remove battery vent caps . Check that vent cap holes are not clogged . If necessary , use a length of fine wire to open holes in caps . Then , install vent caps onto battery . DANGER ! Storage batteries give off EXPLOSIWE hydrogen gas while charging . DO NOT permit smoking , open flames , sparks , or spark producing equipment in the vicinity while charging a battery . NEVER use a match , lighter , or any other source of heat to provide lighting while checking battery fluid level . The danger of explosion is greatly diminished if battery vent caps are installed while charging . b . Check electrolyte fluid level in all battery cells , if necessary , add DISTILLED WATER to bring fluid to the correct level . DO NOT OSE TAP WATER . DANGER ! Battery electrolyte fluid is an extremely caustic sulfuric acid solution that can cause severe burns . DO NOT permit fluid to contact eyes , skin , clothing , painted surfaces , wiring insulation , etc . If spillage occurs , flush the affected area with clear water immediately . c . Insert the 2 - prong plug of the Battery Charge Cable ( shipped with unit ) into the generator panel receptacle indicated by the words _ 12 VOLT D . C . " . d . Connect the Battery Charge Cable clamp with RED handle to the battery post or terminal indicated by a POSITIVE , POS or " + " . e . Connect the Battery Charge Cable clamp with BLACK handle to the battery post or terminal indicated by a NEGATIVE , NEG or " - " . f . Start the generator engine . The discharged battery will receive a maximum charge of up to I0 d - c amperes . This maximum charge rate will reduce as the battery approaches a i00 percent state of charge . g . When the battery has recharged , shut the generator engine down . Then , disconnect the Battery Charge cable from the panel receptacle and from the battery posts or terminals . t _ RED Figure 2 - 3 . Charging a Battery
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2.7 - DETERMINING BATTERY STATE OF CHARGE AND CONDITION Use an automotive type BATTERY HYDROMETER to determine battery STATE OF CHARGE and CONDITION . Follow the hydrometer manufacturer's instruc - tions carefully . Batter _ rl State of Charge : - Check the specific gravity of electrolyte fluid in al ! battery cells . Write down the reading of each cell as it is taken , then return the fluid to the cell from which it was withdrawn . When the specific gravity of the fluid in all cells is known , calculate the average specific gravity . If the hydrometer does not have a percentage of charge scale , compare the average reading ob - tained with the following : - SPECIFIC GRAVITY PERCENT OF CHARGE 1.260 100 % 1.230 75 % 1.200 50 % 1.170 25 % If necessary , recharge the battery to a 100 % STATE OF CHARGE . EXAMPLE : - Readings obtained are 1.230 ; 1.220 ; 1.230 ; 1.210 ; 1.225 ; 1.230 . Sum of all readings is 7.345 . Divide by 6 to obtain the average of 1.224 . The battery is less than 75 % charged . Determininq Battery Condition : - If the difference in specific gravity _ - etween the highest and lowest reading cell is 0.050 ( 50 points ) or more , the battery is nearing the end of its useful life and should be replaced . However , if the specific gravity of the highest reading cell is less than 1.200 , the test for condition is questionable . Recharge the battery and repeat the test . EXAMPLE : - Specific gravity readings are 1.230 ; 1.220 ; 1.230 ; 1.210 ; 1.225 ; 1.230 . Battery condition is good . If readings are 1.250 ; 1.180 ; 1.240 ; 1.240 ; 1.240 ; 1.210 - battery is worn out . 10
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SECTION 3 - PERIODIC MAINTENANCE HOU _ Y OPERATING INTERVAL BEFORE AFTER FIRST EVERY EVERY EVERY MAINTENANCE TASK USE 20 HOURS 50 _ i00 _ 200 . . . O . T . HER . . . . . . ii . check 0il level X X X 2 . Change Enqine Oil 3 . Service Air Cleaner _ _ X 14 , Clean FuelIIIscreen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . x 5 . Decarbonize Muffler X X x i71DeC'arb0nize Engine * 8 . Reface Valves * X I . . . . : 9 . Check Valve Clearance * X 10 . Prepare for Storage x Tasks indicated by a single asterisk ( _ ) should be accomplished by a qualified engine service technician . * * Prepare unit for storage if it is to remain idle longer than 30 days . Table 3 - 1 . Periodic Maintenance Chart 3.1 - CHECK ENGINE OIL LEVEL Check engine crankcase oil level prior to each use , or at least every 5 hours of operation . See Paragraph 2.1 . 3.2 - CHANGE ENGINE OIL ( Figure 3 - 1 ) Drain crankcase completely and refill with clean , fresh oil after the first 20 hours of operation , every i00 operating hours thereafter , as follows : - a . Operate engine until thoroughly warmed up , then shut down _ _ _ _ _ _ lllJ il ! / OIL FILL - - J ) " _ 1I1I - - OIL DRAIN PLUG Figure 3 - 1 . Engine OIL FILL and OIL DRAIN PLUGS
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b . Clean areas around O ! L FILL and OIL DRAIN PLUGS , to prevent dirt from entering engine . c . Remove OIL FILL PLUG . d . Remove OIL DRAIN PLUG and drain oil completely into a suitable container . e . When al ! oil has drained , install OIL DRAIN PLUG . Tighten to ! 0 foot - pounds ( 1.4 kg - m ) . f . Refill with recommended oi ! through the OIL FILL PLUG opening . Pour slowly . Oil level is correct when oil reaches point of overflowing the OIL FILL PLUG opening . See ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS CHART at front of Manual for recommended oils . g . Install and tighten OIL FILL PLUG . 3.3 - SERVICE AIR CLEANER ( Figure 3 - 2 , 3 - 3 ) Service the engine air cleaner every 50 hours of operation , more frequently if operating under extremely dirty or dusty conditions . To service the air cleaner , proceed as follows : - COVER . . . . . . . . . . . . i . . . . . Fire 3 - 2 . Remove End Panel Figure 3 - 3 . Air Cleaner Assembly a . Remove 4 screws that retain END PANEL to cradle , then remove END PANEL . b . Unsnap the LATCH , then remove COVER , ELEMENT and PLATE . c . Wash ELEMENT in kerosene . Squeeze dry . d . Saturate ELEMENT in clean , fresh engine oil . Squeeze to distribute oil and to remove excess oil . e . Wash PLATE in kerosene , dry with a clean , lint - free cloth . f . Install PLATE . g . Install ELEMENT with nylon " brushes " facing outward . h . Engage slot on COVER with tang on air cleaner CASE , install COVER and retain with LATCH . 12
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3.4 - CLEAN FUEL SCREEN ( Figure 3 - 4 ) Remove , clean and inspect FUEL SCREEN every 50 hours of operation . Remove FUEL TANK CAP , BREATHER , GASKET and FILTER . Clean BREATHER and FUEL SCREEN in clean gasoline . Replace any damaged or defective component . Reinstall in reverse order of removal . . . . . . . . - - - - FUEL TANK CAP BREATHE GASKET FILTE / Figure 3 - 4 . Fuel Tank Cap , Breather , Gasket and Filter 3.5 - DECARBONIZE MUFFLER ( Figure 3 - 5 ) The engine is equipped with a SPARK ARRESTOR type exhaust muffler . Decarbonize the muffler every 50 hours of operation , as follows : - NOTE This equipment , when used on any forest covered , brush covered or grass covered land requires a SPARK ARRESTOR . The SPARK A _ RESTOR must be maintained in effective working order by the operator . In the State of California , the preceding is required by law ( Section 4442 of the California Public Resources Code ) . Other states may have similar laws . Federal laws apply on federal lands . a . Remove 4 screws that retain rear PANEL to cradle , then remove the rear PANEL . b . Remove SCREWS that retain SPARK ARRESTOR SCREEN and GASKET to exhaust muffler . c . Remove SPARK ARRESTOR SCREEN . d . Inspect GASKET , replace if damaged or defective . e . Clean SPARK ARRESTOR SCREEN in non - flammable solvent . Replace SCREEN if torn , perforated , excessively dirty , or otherwise damaged or defective . f . Start the generator engine and let run for about 5 - 10 minutes to blow out carbon and condensation . Then , shut the engine down and let it cool . g . When engine and exhaust muffler are cool , install GASKET and SPARK ARRESTOR SCREEN . Retain with SCREWS . 13
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DANGER ! DO NOT touch a hot muffler or any hot adjacent parts , or serious burns may result . e . Inspect GASKET . Replace if torn or otherwise damaged . f . Install GASKET and PLATE , retain with SCREWS . SPARK - ARRESTOR SCREEN Figure . 3 - 5 . Spark Arrestor Screen 3.6 - REPLACE SPARK PLUG ( Figure 3 - 6 ) Replace spark plug every 200 hours of operation , or if damaged or defective . Use replacement spark plug as recommended in ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS CHART at front of Manual . Set gap on new or used spark plug to 0.023 - 0.027 inch ( 0.6 - 0.7 mm ) . a . Remove COVER by prying upward . b . Use a spark plug socket wrench to remove spark plug . c . Set gap on spark plug as specified . d . Install spark plug with gasket . Tighten plug by hand until it is firmly seated . Then , tighten an additional 3 / 4 to 1 turn using a socket wrench . e . Instal ! COVER . _ _ cov £ R S _ RK Figure 3 - 5 . Spark Plug Removal 14
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3.7 - DECARBONIZE ENGINE , REFACE VALVES , CHECK VALVE CLF / % RANCE Have the carbon cleaned from the engine combustion area ( cylinder head , valves , piston ) every i00 hours of operation . At the same time , have the valves refaced and adjusted by an engine service technician . 3.8 - PREPAP _ UNIT FOR STORAGE If the unit is to be unused for longer than 30 days , prepare it for storage as follows : - a . Operate the engine until it runs out of gas . b . Let the engine cool . c . When engine has cooled , remove spark plug ( see Paragraph 3.6 ) . Then , pour about 2 or 3 tablespoons of clean , fresh engine oil into spark plug opening in engine cylinder head . Crank engine several times to distribute oil . d . Install spark plug and spark plug access cover . e . Slowly pull starter handle out until resistance is felt , indicating that engine is on its compression stroke . This will close both valves , to prevent rusting of the cylinder interior . f . Wipe exterior surface of engine and generator with an oil - soaked cloth . g . Cover the generator and store in a clean , dry place . _ 5
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EXPLODED VIEW OF AC GENERATOR Drawing Numbe [ 65798 - A ITF _ / _ PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION 1 65188 ENGINE - 5 Horsepower Kawasaki - FA210 ( i Req'd ) 2 66836 CLAMP , Fuel Line ( 2 Req'd ) 3 66462 BRACKET , Muffler Support ( I Req'd ) 4 66834 NUT , Flanged Lock - M8 - ! . 25 ( 4 Req'd ) 5 66432 MUFFLER , Spark Arrest ( i Req'd ) 6 22097 WASHER , Lock - M6 ( 4 Req'd ) 7 52243 CAPSCREW , Hex Head - MI0 - 1.50 x 60mm ( I Req'd ) 8 51755 CAPSCREW , Hex Head - M10 - 1.50 x 16mm ( I Req'd ) 9 66837 HOSE , Fuel - 300mm long ( I Req'd ) I0 66443A MOUNT , Vibration - Engine ( 2 Req'd ) ii 66443B MOUNT , Vibration - Generator ( 2 Req'd ) 12 49809 WASHER , Flat - MI0 ( i Req'd ) 13 67022 GROMMET , Lead Outlet ( i Req'd ) ] 4 66365 HOUSING , Engine Adapter ( i Req'd ) 15 39253 CAPSCREW , Hex Head - M8 - 1.25 x 20mm ( 4 Req'd ) 16 66389 FAN , Cooling ( i Req'd ) 17 65785 ROTOR ASSEMBLY ( ! Req'd ) 18 65791 BEARING , Ball ( i Req'd ) 19 65795 RECTIFIER , Battery Charge ( i Req'd ) 20 66448B BOLT , Rotor - M8 - ! . 25 x 190mm ( i Req'd ) 21 66454 STATOR ASSEMBLY ( i Req'd ) 22 66825 CARRIER , Rear Bearing ( I Req'd ) 23 66449B BOLT , Stator - M6 - 1.00 x 90mm ( 4 Req'd ) 24 66849 SCREW ( Taptite ) - M5 - 0.80 x 15mm ( 7 Req'd ) 25 66386 ASSEMBLY , Brush ( i Req'd ) 26 67025 COVER , Bearing Carrier ( i Req'd ) 27 45771 NUT , Hex - M8 - 1.25 ( 2 Req'd ) 28 66850 BOARD , Bridge Rectifier ( i Req'd ) 29 46526 WASHER , Lock - MI0 ( 2 Req'd ) 30 66894 CLAMP , Fuel Line Support ( i Req'd ) 31 49815 SCREW , Machine - M5 - 0.80 ( i Req'd ) 32 67444 WASHER , Serrated - M5 ( I Req'd ) 33 52856 NUT , Flanged Lock - M5 - 0.80 ( i Req'd ) 34 67435 NUT , Wing - M5 - 0.80 ( i Req'd ) 35 67210 DECAL - Ground ( i Req'd ) 36 67451 WASHER , Flat ( Special ) - M8 ( i Req'd ) 37 6 ' 7462 DIODE ASSEMBLY ( i Req'd ) 38 22129 WASHER , Lock - M8 ( 2 Req'd ) 39 49810 WASHER , Flat - M8 ( 2 Req'd ) 19
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EXPLODED VIEW OF CRADLE - 2400 WATT GENERATORS ( Sears 580.328330 ) Drawing Number 65799 - A DESCRIPTION ITEM PART NUMBER 1 66394 BASE , Engine Cradle ( i Req'd ) 2 66456 PANEL - Engine End ( i Req'd ) 3 66457 PANEL , Muffler ( i Req'd ) 4 66453 PANEL , Generator End ( I Req'd ) 5 66455 PANEL , Receptacle and Control ( i Req'd ) 6 66817 SWITCH , Engine - Run / Stop ( i Req'd ) 7 66818 RECEPTACLE - 120 Volts a - c , 15 Ampere ( 2 Req'd ) 8 66819 BREAKER , Circuit - 20 a - c Amperes ( i Req'd ) BREAKER , Circuit - i0 d - c Amperes ( i Req'd ) 9 66820 i0 66821 RECEPTACLE - 12 Volts d - c ( I Req'd ) ii 66822 RETAINER , 12 Volts d - c Receptacle ( i Req'd ) 12 66828 SCREW , Machine - M3 - 0.50 x 5mm ( 2 Req'd ) 13 6682 ' 7 SCREW , Machine ( with Lock Washer ) - M5 - 0.80 x 12mm ( 25 Req'd ) 14 66450 COVER , Handle ( 4 Req'd ) 15 66368 TANK , Fuel - 2.34 U . S . Gallons ( i Req'd ) 16A 66802A CAP , Fuel Tank ( i Req'd ) 16B 66802B BREATHER , Fue ! Tank ( i Req'd ) 16C 66802C GASKET , Fuel Tank Cap ( i Req'd ) 17 64680B COVER , Spark Plug Access ( i Req'd ) 18 66391 - B INDICATOR , Fuel Level ( I Req'd ) 19 65787 CABLE , Battery Charge ( i Req'd ) 20 65788 DECAL , Receptacle and Control Panel ( i Req'd ) 21 66392 CRADLE , Engine End ( i Req'd ) 22 66393 CRADLE , Generator End ( I Req'd ) 23 66397D PLATE , Data ( i Req'd ) 24 66829 RIVET - 3 mm ( 2 Req'd ) 25 66823 DECAL , Choke ( I Req'd ) 26 66824 DECAL - Hot Caution ( i Req'd ) 27 66398C DECAL - Starting Data ( i Req'd ) 28 67103 DECAL - Warranty ( i Req'd ) 29 67459 SCREW ( Crimptite ) - ( 8 Req'd ) 30 66831 RIVET , Black Anodized - 4mm ( 8 Req'd ) 31 66864 DECAL - U . S . D . A . ( i Req'd ) 32 66838 FILTER , Fuel ( I Req'd ) 33 66880 SHIELD , Fuel Tank Heat ( l Req'd ) 34 66839 NUT , Hex Lock - M5 - 0.80 ( 6 Req'd ) 35 52749 SCREW , Machine - M5 - 0.80 x 12 mm ( 2 Req'd ) 36 52619 SCREW , Machine - M5 - 0.80 x 20mm ( I Req'd ) 37 67444 WASHER , Serrated - M5 ( i Req'd ) 38 51716 NUT , Hex - M5 - 0.80 ( i Req'd ) 39 66395 - 21 WIRE , Ground ( Green ) - ( i Req'd ) DECAL - Unleaded Fuel 40 * 41 " DECAL - Air Cleaner DECAL - Lubrication 42 * + + 66832A MANUAL , Owner's ( i Req'd ) * These Parts Supplied with Engine + + NOT SHOWN 21
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EXPLODED VIEW OF KAWASAKI 5 HORSEPOWER ENGINE ITEM PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION ITEM PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION 56 66802C GASKET I 100 - 65188 HEAD , Cylinder 2 t01 . 65188 GASKET . Cylinder Head 57 668028 BREATHER 3 102o65188 BOLT ( 8 x 56 ) 58 156 - 65188 WIRE . 4 103 - 65188 COVE R . ValveC hamber 59 157 - 65188 HOUSING Far _ 5 104 - 65188 GASKET 60 ! 58 - 65188 CASE . Spiral 61 159 - 65t88 6 t05 - 65188 BOLT 16 x t2 ) COVER Cyiinder Head 7 106 - 65188 CLEANER ASSEMBLY Air 62 160 - 65188 COVER Cylinder 63 161 - 65188 BOLT 16 x i0 ) 8 t07 , 65188 COVE R , Air Cleaner 9 108.65188 ELEMENT 64 t05 , 65188 BOLT ( 6 x 12 _ 10 109 - 65 ] 8B P LATE Air Cleaner 65 162 - 65188 SCREW ( Sx IO } t 1 110,65188 CASE . Air Cleaner 66 163 - 65188 ARM , Governor 12 11 t _ 65188 BOLT ( 6 x 80 ) 67 t64 - 65 ! 88 BOLT 16 x 25 ) 13 112 - 65188 GASKET 68 153 - 54188 NUT ( 6 ram } 14 ] t 3,65188 TUBE , Rubber 69 154 - 65188 WASIHER 15 114.65188 PIPE 7O 165,65188 ROD . Governor 16 66432 MUFF LE R . E × hau51 . ( Comptele ) 71 ! 66 - 65188 SPRING Link 17 116 - 65188 AR REST E R . SPark 72 167 - 65188 SPRING . Governor 18 116 - 65188 GASKET 73 168 _ 65 ! 88 BRACKET 19 117 - 65188 SCREW 74 169 - 65188 ADJUSTER Spring 20 118 - 65188 WASHER 75 t70 - 65188 NUT ( 6 ram ) 2 ! t 19 - 65 ! 88 GASKET 76 171 - 65188 BASE . Side 22 120 - 65188 STUD 77 172 - 65188 BEARING , Ball ( 6205 ) 23 121 - 65188 NUT ( 8 nlrn ) 78 173.65188 GASKET 24 122 - 65188 WASHE R 79 174 - 65188 BOLT 16 x 30 ) 25 t23 - 65188 VALVE Intakc _ 80 t75 - 65188 SEAL Oil 26 124 - 65188 VALVE Exhaust 81 176 - 65t88 GOVERNOR 27 125 - 65188 SPRING . Valve 82 177 - 65188 SLEEVE Governor 28 126 - 65188 SEAT Valve S ! : : , rir _ ! l 83 t78 . 65188 TIP . Governor 29 127 - 65188 TAPPET 84 179 - 65188 WASHER 30 128.65188 CAM SHA F T 85 t80 . 65188 PIN Snap 31 129 - 65188 PISTON ( Standard ) 86 18t - 65188 WASHER 130,65188 PISTON 10 25ram OS ) 87 182.65188 GAUGE , Oil Level 131,65188 PISTON ( 0 50ram OS } 88 183 - 65188 O - RING 89 32 132 - 65 ! 88 SET . Piston Ring ( Slandard ) 184 - 65188 FLYWHEEL 133 - 65188 SET Piston Ring { O25mmOS ) 90 185,65188 COl L Ignilion . 134 - 65188 SET Piston Ring ( 0 50ram OS ) 91 t86 - 65188 BREAKER ASS'Y Contact 33 135 _ 65 t 88 Pf N . P ist _ m 92 187 - 65188 CONDENSER 34 136 - 65t88 RING Snap 93 188.65188 BREAKER Contact 35 137 - 65188 CR AN K SHAFT 94 189 - 65t88 BRUSH 36 138,65188 ROD ASSEMBL Y Connecting 95 190 - 65188 CLAMP 37 ! 39 - 65188 BOLT Connecting Rod 96 191 - 65t88 CLAMP 38 140,65188 WASHER Lock 97 192 - 65188 COVER 98 193.65t88 39 14 1 - 65188 ARM Splasher RING 99 194 - 65188 40 142 - 65t88 CASE ASSEMBLY Connecting BOLT ( 5 x 201 41 143 - 65188 BEARING plain 100 t95 - 65t88 SCREW ( 4 x 8 ) 42 144,65188 GASKET 101 196 - 65188 SCREW ( 4 x 20 } 43 t45 , 65188 BOLT ( 10 x t4 } 102 197 - 65t88 GROMMET 44 ! 46 - 65188 SEAL . Oil t03 198.65188 NUT 114 ram ) 45 147.66188 Pt N . Dowel 104 t99 , 65188 KEY 46 148 - 65188 CA R BU R ETO R 105 200 - 65188 WASHE R 47 149,65 _ 88 i NSU LATOR 106 201 - 65t88 SPARK PLUG ' 48 150 - 65188 PIPE . Inlet ! 07 202 - 65188 CAP . Plug 49 151 - 65t 88 GAS K E T 108 20365188 SPRING 50 152 - 65188 GASK ET t09 204,65188 STARTER ASSEMBLY Recoil 51 153o65 ! 88 NUT 16 ram ) 110 205 - 65188 BOLT 16 x 10 } 52 154 - 65188 WASH E R t11 206,65188 [ DE CA L 53 155.65188 STUD 1t2 207 - 65188 DECAL 54 66391B GAUGE . Fuel Level t13 208 - 65188 DECAL 55 66802A CAP Fuel Tank * UseNGK , BMR6A CHAMPION RCJ8 or equivalen ! spark plug 23
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CARBURETOR 3 2 4 i0 \ 12 . . . . 15 EXPLODED VIEW OF CARBURETOR ITEM PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION ITEM PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION , . 148 - 65188 CARBURETOR ASSEMBLY 1I 2t9 - 65188 JET , Main { # 77 5 ) ] 209 - 65188 SHAFTChoke t2 220 - 65t88 NOZZLE Main ( # 5A ) 2 2t0 - 65188 VALVEChoke 13 221 - 65188 VALVE Needle 3 2t1 - 65t88 SCREW 14 222 - 65188 FLOAT 4 212 - 65188 223 - 65188 JET Pilo ; { # 37 5 ) 15 PIN , Float 5 2t3 - 65t88 SCREW . Pilol 16 224 - 65188 GASKET SPF _ fNG 6 214 - 65188 I7 225 - 65188 CHAMBER Float 7 225 _ 65188 18 226 - 65188 SHAFT Throttte BOLT 8 216 - 65188 VALVE _ hrott _ e 19 227 - 65188 GASKET 9 217 - 65188 SCREW 10 218,65 ! 88 SCREW Stop 24
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RECOIL STARTER 3 9 , 6 5 RECOIL STARTER EXPLODED VIEW OF DESCRIPTION ITEM PART NUMBER 204 - 65188 STARTER ASSEMBLY , Recoil ] 228 - 65188 PULLEY 2 229 - 65188 BOLT 3 230 - 65188 RETAI N E R 4 231 - 65188 SPRING 5 232 - 65188 PAWL , Recoil 6 233 - 65188 SP R I N G , Return 7 234 - 65188 RE E L , Recoil 8 235 - 65188 SPRING , Recoil 9 236 - 65188 ROPE ( 4 5 x ] 550 ) ] 0 237 - 65 ! 88 HAND L E , RecoilS tar ter ] 1 238 - 65 ] 88 CASE , Recoil Starter
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Sears PORTA LE AC GE ERATO Now that you have purchased your Alter - nator , should a need ever exist for repair MODEL NO . 580.328.330 parts or service , simply contact any Sears Service Center and most Sears , Roebuck and Co . stores . Be sure to provide all pertinent facts when you call or visit . SERVICE The model number of you Alternator will be listed on the data plate . WHEN ORDERING REPAIR PARTS , ALWAYS GIVE THE FOLLOWING INFORMA - TION : HOW TO ORDER REPAIR PARTS o PART NUMBER o PART DESCRIPTION ° MODEL NUMBER ° NAME OF ITEM All parts listed may be ordered from any Sears Service Center and most Sears stores . If the parts you need are not stocked locally , your order will be electronically transmitted to a Sears Repair Distribution center for handling . 88 - 66855 - t01 Ptlntod In U S . , / L Haaual earl : t , lua _ bez6 ' 6832 - & Sears , Roebuck and Co . , Chicago , IL 60684 U . S . A _
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066832A Manual, owner's
024465187 Fuel valve
165188 Engine - 5 horsepower kawasaki - fa210
1066443A Mount, vibration - engine
1166443B Mount, vibration - generator
1249809 Washer
1367022 Grommet, lead outlet
1466365 Housing, engine adapter
1539253 Capscrew
1666389 Fan, cooling
1765785 Rotor assembly
1865791 Bearing, ball
1965795 Rectifier, battery charge
266836 Clamp, fuel line
2066448B Bolt
2166454 Stator assembly
2266825 Carrier, rear bearing
2366449B Bolt, stator
2466849 Screw (taptite)
2566386 Assembly, brush
2667025 Cover, bearing carrier
2745771 Nut
2866850 Board, bridge rectifier
2946526 Washer, lock
366462 Bracket, muffler support
3066894 Clamp, fuel line support
3149815 Screw
3267444 Washer
3351716 Nut
3467435 Nut, wing
3567210 Decal - ground
3667451 Washer, flat (special)
3767462 Diode assembly
3822129 Washer
3949810 Washer
466834 Nut, flanged lock
4049226 Washer
566432 Muffler, spark arrest
622097 Washer
752243 Capscrew
851755 Capscrew
966837 Hose, fuel- 300mm long
066832A Manual, owner's
024465187 Fuel valve
166394 Base, engine cradle
1066821 Receptacle - 12 volts d-c
1166822 Retainer, 12 volts d-c receptacle
1266828 Screw
1366827 Screw
1466450 Cover, handle
1566368 Tank, fuel - 2.34 u.s. gallons
16A66802A Cap, fuel tank
16B66802B Breather, fuel tank
16C66802C Gasket, fuel tank cap
1764680B Cover, spark plug access
1866391-B Indicator, fuel level
1965787 Cable, battery charge
266456 Panel - engine end
2065788 Decal, receptacle and control panel
2166392 Cradle, engine end
2266393 Cradle, generator end
2366397D Plate, data
2466829 Rivet - 3 mm
2566823 Decal, choke
2666824 Decal - hot caution
2766398C Decal- starting data
2867103 Decal - warranty
2967459 Screw (crimptite)
366457 Panel, muffler
3066831 Rivet, black anodized - 4mm
3166864 Decal - u.s.d.a.
3266838 Filter, fuel
3366880 Shield, fuel tank heat
3466839 Nut
3552749 Screw
3652619 Screw
3767444 Washer
3851716 Nut
3966395-21 Wire, ground (green)
466453 Panel, generator end
40N/P Decal - unleaded fuel (included with engine)
41N/P Decal - air cleaner (included with engine)
42N/P Decal - lubrication (included with engine)
566455 Panel, receptacle and control
666817 Switch, engine-run/stop
766818 Receptacle - 120 volt a-c, 15 ampere
866819 Breaker, circuit- 20 a-c amperes
966820 Breaker, circuit- 10 d-c amperes
1100-65188 Head, cylinder
10109-65188 Plate, air cleaner
11110-65188 Case, air cleaner
12111-65188 Bolt
13112-65188 Gasket
14113-65188 Tube, rubber
15114-65188 Pipe
1666432 Muffler, exhaust (complete)
17115-65188 Arrester, spark
18116-65188 Gasket
19117-65188 Screw
2101-65188 Gasket, cylinder head
20118-65188 Washer
21119-65188 Gasket
22120-65188 Stud
23121-65188 Nut
24122-65188 Washer
25123-65188 Valve, intake
26124-65188 Valve, exhaust
27125-65188 Spring, valve
28126-65188 Seat, valve spring
29127-65188 Tappet
3102-65188 Bolt
30128-65188 Camshaft
31129-65188 Piston (standard)
31A130-65188 Piston (0.25mm os)
31B131-65188 Piston (0.50mm os)
32132-65188 Set, piston ring (standard)
32A133-65188 Set, piston ring (0.25mm os)
32B134-65188 Set, piston ring (0.50mm os)
33135-65188 Pin, piston
34136-65188 Ring, snap
35137-65188 Crankshaft
36138-65188 Rod assembly, connecting
37139-65188 Bolt, connecting rod
38140-65188 Washer, lock
39141-65188 Arm, splasher
4103-65188 Cover, valve chamber
40142-65188 Case assembly, connecting
41143-65188 Bearing, plain
42144-65188 Gasket
43145-65188 Bolt
44146-65188 Seal, oil
45147-65188 Pin, dowel
46148-65188 Carburetor
47149-65188 Insulator
48150-65188 Pipe, inlet
49151-65188 Gasket
5104-65188 Gasket
50152-65188 Gasket
51153-65188 Nut
52154-65188 Washer
53155-65188 Stud
5466391B Gauge, fuel level
5566802A Cap, fuel tank
5666802C Gasket
5766802B Breather
58156-65188 Wire
59157-65188 Housing, fan
6105-65188 Bolt
60158-65188 Case, spiral
61159-65188 Cover, cylinder head
62160-65188 Cover, cylinder
63161-65188 Bolt
64105-65188 Bolt
65162-65188 Screw
66163-65188 Arm, governor
67164-65188 Bolt
68153-54188 Nut
69154-65188 Washer
7106-65188 Cleaner assembly, air
70165-65188 Rod, governor
71166-65188 Spring, link
72167-65188 Spring, governor
73168-65188 Bracket
74169-65188 Adjuster, spring
75170-65188 Nut
76171-65188 Base, side
77172-65188 Bearing, ball (6205)
78173-65188 Gasket
79174-65188 Bolt
8107-65188 Cover, air cleaner
80175-65188 Seal, oil
81176-65188 Governor
82177-65188 Sleeve governor
83178-65188 Tip, governor
84179-65188 Washer
85180-65188 Pin, snap
86181-65188 Washer
87182-65188 Gauge, oil level
88183-65188 O-ring
89184-65188 Flywheel
9108-65188 Element
90185-65188 Coil ignition
91186-65188 Breaker ass'y contact
92187-65188 Condenser
93188-65188 Breaker, contact
94189-65188 Brush
95190-65188 Clamp
96191-65188 Clamp
066832A Manual, owner's
024465187 Fuel valve
1209-65188 Shaft, choke
10218-65188 Screw, stop
11219-65188 Jet, main (#77.5)
12220-65188 Nozzle, main (#5a)
13221-65188 Valve, needle
14222-65188 Float
15223-65188 Pin, float
16224-65188 Gasket
17225-65188 Chamber, float
18226-65188 Bolt
19227-65188 Gasket
2210-65188 Valve, choke
20148-65188 Carburetor assembly
3211-65188 Screw
4212-65188 Jet, pilot (#37.5)
5213-65188 Screw, pilot
6214-65188 Spring
7215-65188 Shaft, throttle
8216-65188 Valve, throttle
9217-65188 Screw
066832A Manual, owner's
024465187 Fuel valve
1228-65188 Pulley
10237-65188 Handle, recoil starter
11238-65188 Case, recoil starter
12204-65188 Starter assembly, recoil
2229-65188 Bolt
3230-65188 Retainer
4231-65188 Spring
5232-65188 Pawl, recoil
6233-65188 Spring, return
7234-65188 Reel, recoil
8235-65188 Spring, recoil
9236-65188 Rope (4.5 x 1550)