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Owner's Manual rRRFTSMRN " 6.5 HORSEPOWER 22 " EZ OMULCHPELLED POWER PR ROTARY LAWN MOWER Model No . 917.377421 • Safety • Assembly • Operation • Maintenance • Espa _ ol • Repair Parts CAUTION : Read and follow all Safety Rules and Instructions before operating this equipment Sears , Roebuck and Co . , Hoffman Estates , IL 60179
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Warranty 2 Product Specifications 11 Safety Rules 2 Service and Adjustments 14 Assembly 4 Storage 15 Operation 6 Troubleshooting 16 Maintenance Schedule 10 Repair Parts 33 Maintenance 10 Parts Ordering Back Cover LIMITED TWO YEAR WARRANTY ON CRAFTSMAN POWER MOWER For two years from date of purchase , when this Craftsman Lawn Mower is maintained , lubricated , and tuned up according to the operating and maintenance instructions in the owner's manual , Sears will repair free of charge any defect in material or workmanship . If this Craftsman Lawn Mower is used for commercial or rental purposes , this warranty applies for only 90 days from the date of purchase . This Warranty does not cover : • Expendable items which become worn during normal use , such as rotary mower blades , blade adapters , belts , air cleaners and spark plug . • Repairs necessary because of operator abuse or negligence , including bent crank - shafts and the failure to maintain the equipment according to the instructions con - tained in the owner's manual . Warranty service is available by retuming the Craftsman power mower to the nearest Sears Service Center / Depadment 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 vary from state to state . SEARS , ROEBUCKAND CO . , D / 817 WA , HOFFMAN ESTATES , ILLINOIS 60179 TRAINING : • Do not use accessory attachments that • Read this operator's manual carefully . are not recommended by the manufac - Become familiar with the controls and turer . Use of such attachments may be know how to operate your mower prop - hazardous . erly . Leam how to quicklystop mower . • The blade tums when the engine is run - • Do not allow children to use your mower . ning . Never allow adults to use mower without PREPARATION : proper instructions . : : _ • Always thoroughly check the area to be • Keep the area of operation clear of all mowed and clear it of all stones , sticks , persons , especially small children and wires , bones , and other foreign objects . pets . These objects will be thrown by the • Use mower only as the manufacturer blade and can cause severe injury . intended and as described in this manu - • Always wear safety glasses or eye al . shields when starting and while using • Do not operate mower if it has been your mower . dropped or damaged in any manner . • Dress properly . Do not operate mower Always have damage repaired before when barefoot or wearing open sandals . usingyour mower . Wear only solid shoes with good traction when mowing . 2
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• Check fuel tank before starting engine . fume s are dangerous . • Never cut grass by pullingthe mower Do not fill gas tank indoors , when the engine is running or when the engine is towards you . Mow across the face of slopes , never up and down or you hot . Allow the engine to cool for several minutes before filling the gas tank . Clean might lose your footing . Do not mow ex - off any spilled gasoline before starting cessively steep slopes . Use caution the engine . when operatingthe mower on uneven • Always make wheel height adjustments terrain or when changing directions - - before starting your mower . Never maintain good footing . attempt to do this while the engine is • Never operate your mower without prop - er guards , plates , grass catcher or other running . • Mow only in daylight or good artificial safety devices in place . light . MAINTENANCE AND STORAGE : OPERATION : • Check the blade and the engine mount - • Keep your eyes and mind on your ing bolts often to be sure they are tight - mower and the area being cut . Do not let ened properly . • Check all bolts , nuts and screws at fre - other interests distract you . • Do not mow wet or slippery grass . Never quent intervals for proper tightness to be run while operating your mower . Always sure mower is in safe working condition . be sure of your footing - - keep a firm • Keep all safety devices in place and hold on the handles and walk . working . • Do not put hands or feet near or under • To reduce firs hazard , keep the engine rotating parts . Keep clear of the dis - free of grass , leaves or excessive charge opening at all times . grease and oil . • Always stop the engine whenever you • Check grass catcher often for deteriora - leave or are not using your mower , or tion and wear and replace worn bags . before crossing driveways , walks , roads , Use only replacement bags that are rec - and any gravel _ covered areas . ommended by and comply with specifi - • Never direct discharge of material toward cations of the manufacturer of your mower . bystanders nor allow anyone near the mower while you are operating it . • Always keep a sharp blade on your mower . • Before cleaning , inspecting , or repairing your mower , stop the engine and make • Allow engine to cool before storing in absolutely sure the blade and all moving any enclosure . • Never store mower with fuel in the tank parts have stopped . Then disconnect the spark plug wire and keep it away from inside a building where fumes may the spark plug to prevent accidental reach an open flame or an ignition starting . source such as a hot water heater , • Do not continue to run your mower if you space heater , clothes dryer , etc . hit a foreign object . Follow the procedure CAUTION : Always disconnect spark plug outlined above , then repair any damage wire and place wire where it cannot con - before restarting and operating you mower . tact spark plug in order to prevent acci - dental starting when setting up , transport - • Do not change the governor settings or ing , adjusting or making repairs . overspeed the engine . Engine damage or personal injury may result . WARNING • Do not operate your mower if it vibrates abnormally . Excessive vibration is an in - The engine exhaust from this product con - tains chemicals known to the State of Cali - dication of damage ; stop the engine , fornia to cause cancer , birth defects , or safely check for the cause of vibration other reproductive harm . and repair as required . • Do not run the engine indoors . Exhaust 3
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These accessorias were available when this lawn mower was produced . They are also available at most Sears retail outlets and service centers . Most Sears stores can also order repair parts for you , when you provide the model number of your lawn mower . Some of these accessories may not apply to your lawn mower . LAWN MOWER PERFORMANCE V CLIPPING DEFLECTOR FOR REAR DISCHARGE LAWN MOWERS MULCHER KITS STABILIZER GRASS CATCHERS FOR FOR REAR DISCHARGE SIDE DISCHARGE GRASS CATCHERS LAWN MOWERS LAWN MOWERS GAS CANS LAWN MOWER MAINTENANCE MUFFLERS Read these instructions and this manual in • Remove all packing materials except its entirety before you attempt to assemble padding between upper and lower han - or operate your new lawn mower . Your dle and padding holding operator pres - new lawn mower has boon assembled at ence control bar to upper handle . • Roll lawn mower out of carton and the factory with the exception of those pads left unassembled for shipping pur - check carton thoroughly for additional poses . All parts such as nuts , washers , loose pads . bolts , etc . , neceSSary to complete the as - HOW TO SET UP YOUR LAWN sembly have been placed in the pads bag . MOWER To ensure safe and proper operation of TO UNFOLD HANDLE your lawn mower , all padsand hardware you assemble must be tightened securely . IMPORTANT : Unfold handles carefully Use the correct tools as necessary to so as not to pinch or damage control cables . ensure proper tightness . • Raise handles until lower handle sec - TO REMOVE LAWN MOWER FROM tion locks into place in mowing position . CARTON • Remove protective padding , raise • Remove loose parts included with upper handle section into place on mower . lower handles and tighten both handle • Cut down two end comers of carton knobs . and lay end panel down flat . 4
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• Removehandlepaddingholdingopera - Operatorpresence tor presencecontrolbarto upperhan - controbleJ dle . Upper han - • Your lawn mower handle can be adjust - dle ed for your mowing comfort . Refer to Liftup " Adjust Handle " in the Service and Ad - justment section of this manual . Mowing position Lower handle ( 5
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KNOW YOUR LAWN MOWER READ THIS OWNERS MANUAl _ AND SAFETY RULES BEFORE OPERATING YOUR LAWN MOWER . Comparethe _ wi _ yourlawnmowertofarniliadzeyourselfw # hthe locationof variouscontrolsandadj _ Save _ is manualforfuture reference . These symbols may appear on your lawn mower or in literature supplied with the prod - uct . Learn and understand their meaning . CAUTION ENGINE ENGINE FAST SLOW CHOKE FUEL OIL DANGER , KEEP HANDS OR WARNING ON OFF AND FEET AWAY Engine zone control cable Operator presence control bar _ Drive control lever Starter handle Handle knob Engine oil cap Gasoline fillercap with dipstick Primer Drive cover Deflector Muicher door Lawn mower housing Wheel adjuster ( on each wheel ) MEETS CPSC SAFETY REQUIREMENTS Sears rotary walk - behind power lawn mowers conform to the safety standards of the American National Standards Institute and the U . S . Consumer Product Safety Commission . The blade turns when the engine is running . Starter Handle - used for starting the Operator Presence Control Bar - must be engine . held down to the handle to start the engine . Drive Control Lever - - used to engage Release to stop the engine . power - propelled forward motion of lawn Primer - pumps additional fuel from the car - mower . buretor to the cylinder for usa when starting Mulcher Door - allows conversion to dis - a cold engine , charge or bagging operation . 6
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DRIVE CONTROL Theoperationof anylawnmowercan • Self - propelling is controlled by holding resultinforeignobjectsthrownintothe the operator presence control bar down eyes , which can result in severe eye dam - to the handle and pushing the drive con - age . Always wear safety glasses or eye trol lever forward until it clicks ; then shields while operating your lawn mower or release the lever . performing any adjustments or repairs . We • Forward motion will stop when the opera - recommend a wide vision safety mask over tor presence control bar is released . To spectacles or standard safety glasses . stop forward motion without stopping HOW TO USE YOUR LAWN MOWER engine , release the operator presence ENGINE SPEED CONTROL control bar slightly until the drive control The engine speed was set at the factory disengages . Hold operator presence for optimum performance . Speed is not control bar down to handle to continue adjustable . mowing without self - propelling . • To keep drive control engaged when ENGINE ZONE CONTROL tuming comers , push down on handle CAUTION : Federal regulations require an and lift front wheels off ground while tum - engine control to be installed on this lawn ing lawn mower . mower in order to minimize the risk of blade contact injury . Do not under any cimum - stances attempt to defeat the function of the Operator presence control bar Drive control operator control . The blade turns when the engine is running . • Your lawn mower is equipped with an operator presence control bar which requires the operator to be positioned To engage _ _ ' _ , Drive control drive control disengaged behind the lawn mower handle to start and operate the lawn mower . NOTE : Your lawn mower has been TO ADJUST CU'I'rlNG HEIGHT shipped ready for mulching operation . To • Raise wheels for low cut and lower convert to discharging operation , you wheels for high cut . must install the discharge deflector attach - • Adjust cutting height to suit your require - ment included with your mower . ments . Medium position is best for most lawns . TO INSTALL DISCHARGING • To change cutting height , squeeze DEFLECTOR adjuster lever toward wheel . Move wheel • Lift door upward on it's hinge until the up or down to suit your requirements . Be deflector frame can be hooked over the sure all wheels are in the same setting . door mounting bracket as shown . NOTE : Adjuster is properly positioned • Release the door to rest against deflec - when plate tab inserts into hole in lever . tor frame . Also , 9 - pesition adjusters ( if so equipped ) • To return to mulching operation , reverse allow lever to be positioned between the the above steps and be sure door is in plate tabs . closed position . - Plate CAUTION : Do not operate your lawn Lower Wheels for High Cut Tab _ mower without mulcher door in locked position , discharge deflector in place , or approved grass catcher in place . Raise _ _ Lever Wheels for Low Cut Deflector _ ar Door _ ' _ / - - Mounting bracket 7
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TO START ENGINE BEFORESTARTINGENGINE OIL • To start a cold engine , push primer five ( 5 ) times before trying to start . Use a firm Yourlawnmower isshippedwithoutoil in push . This step is not usually necessary theengine . when starting an engine which has • Be sure mower is level and area around oil fill is clean . already run for a few minutes . • Hold operator presence control bar down • Remove engine oil cap w / dipstick and fill to the handle and pull starter handle to the full line on the dipstick . quickly . Do not allow starter rope to snap • Use 20 ozs . of oil . For type and grade of back . oil to use , see " ENGINE " in Maintenance section of this manual . • To stop engine , release operator pres - ence control bar . • Pour oil slowly . Do not over fill • Check oil level before each use . Add oil if NOTE : In cooler weather it may be neces - sary to repeat priming steps . In warmer needed . Fill to full line on dipstick . weather over priming may cause flooding • To read proper level , tighten engine oil and engine will not starL If you do flood cap each time . engine , wait a few minutes before attempt - • Reinstall engine oil cap and tighten . ing to start and do not repeat priming steps . • Change the oil after every 25 hours of MOWING TIPS operation or each season . You may need to change the oil more often under dusty , • Under certain conditions , such as very tail dirty conditions . grass , it may be necessary to raise the GAS height of cut to reduce pushing effort and • Fill fuel tank . Use fresh , clean , regular to keep from overloading the engine and unleaded gasoline with a minimum of 87 leaving clumps of grass clippings . it may octane . Do not mix oil with gasoline . Pur - also be necessary to reduce ground speed and / or run the lawn mower over chase fuel in quantities that can be used the area a second time . within 30 days to assure fuel freshness . WARNING : Experience indicates that al - • For extremely heavy cutting , reduce the cohol blended fuels ( called gasohol or width of cut by overlapping previously cut path and mow slowly . using ethanol or methanol ) can attract moisture which leads to separation and • For better grass bagging and most cutting formation of acids during storage . Acidic conditions , the engine speed should be gas can damage the fuel system of an en - set in the fast position . gine while in storage . To avoid engine • For side discharge lawn mowers , cutting problems , the fuel system should be emp - in a counter - clockwise direction , starting at the outside of the area to be cut , tied before storage of 30 days or longer . Drain the fuel tank , start the engine and let spreads grass clippings more evenly and it run until fuel lines and carburetor are puts less load on the engine . To keep clip - empty . Use fresh fuel next season . See pings off of walkways , flower beds , etc . , make the first cuts in a clockwise direc - Storage Instructions for additional informa - tion . tion . Never use engine or carburetor cleaner products in fuel tank or permanent • Pores in cloth grass catchers can become filled with dirt and dust with use and damage may occur . catchers will collect less grass . To prevent Gasoline this , regularly hose catchers off with water Engine oil cap filler cap and let dry before using . w / dipstick Keep top of engine around starter clear and clean of grass clippings and chaff . This will help engine air flow and extend engine life . 8
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MULCHINGMOWINGTIPS • For best results , adjust the lawn mower cutting height so that the lawn mower IMPORTANT : Forbestperformancek , eep cuts off only the top one - third of the grass mowerhousingfreeof built - upgrassand trash . Clean UNDERSIDE OF MOWER blades . If the lawn is overgrown it will be necessary to raise the height of cut to HOUSING after each use . See " Cleaning " in Maintenance section of this manual . reduce pushing effort and to keep from overloading the engine and leaving • The special mulching blade will recut the clumps of mulched grass . For extremely grass clippings many times and reduce heavy mulching , reduce your width of them in size so that as they fall onto the cut , mow slowly and raise the rear of the lawn they will disperse into the grass and lawn mower one wheel adjuster setting not be noticed . Also , the mulched grass higher than the front . will biodegrade quickly to provide nutri - • Certain types of grass and grass condi - ents for the lawn . Always mulch with your tions may require that an area be highest engine ( blade ) speed as this will mulched a second time to completely provide the best recutting action of the hide the clippings . When doing a second blades . cut , mow across or perpendicular to the • Avoid cutting your lawn when it is wet . first cut path . Wet grass tends to form clumps and • Change your cutting pattern from week to interferes with the mulching action . The week . Mow north to south one week then best time to mow your lawn is the early change to east to west the next week , aftemoon . At this time the grass has This will help prevent matting and grain - dried and the newly cut area will not be ing of the lawn . exposed to the direct sun . 9
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AS YOU COMPLETE . _ ' _ . _ O _ O _ _ . x ' _ _ : _ / _ € _ : _ p ¢ , _ , 1 _ O _ C E DATES Check for Loose Fasteners t , # * If Clean / Inspect Grass Catcher M clean Lawn Mower ( p _ , er - Pr , _ lea Movers ) _ * ' E ( Power - PropelledMowers ) t / Ched _ eplsce Blade _ = Lubrication Chart I _ ' Clean Bane _ / Rechwrge IEk , _ cs = . Mo . _ i / v ' , E Check Engine Oil Level t # / N Change Er _ line Oi _ Ill . 2 S Clean Air Filter If / 2 I Inspect Muffler If N Clean or Replace Spark Rug E ReplaceAirFilterPaperCartddge I / 2 1 . Change more c4terr when _ emting utld _ a heavy load or in high ambient temperer uru . 2 . Selvlce moei onen when o1 _ In dllty or duMy condilk ) nlk 3 . Replace blldee mole oltlm when mowing _ nlandy loll 4 . Charge 48 houmat end ot slmson . LUBRICATION CHART GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS ( _ ) Wheel The warranty on this lawn mower does not adjusters ( _ ) Brake spdng cover items that have been subjected to bracket operator abuse or negligence . To receive full value from the warranty , operator must maintain mower as instructed in this manu - al . Some adjustments will need to be made periodically to properly maintain your unit . All adjustments in the Service and Adjust - ments section of this manual should be ® checked at least once each season . Engine oil • Once a year , replace the spark plug , replace air filter element and check blade for wear . A new spark plug and clean / new Handle bracket air filter element assures proper air - fuel mountingpin mixture and helps your engine run better and last longer . ( _ SPRAY LUBRICANT • Fellow the maintenance schedule in this ® SAE 30 MOTOR OIL . REFER TO manual . ENGINE - MAINTENANCE SECTION BEFORE EACH USE • Check engine oil level . IMPORTANT : Do not oil or grease plastic • Check for loose fasteners . wheel bearings . Viscous lubricants will at - LUBRICATION tract dust and dirt that will shorten the life of Keep unitwell lubricated ( See " LUBRICA - the self lubdcating beatings . If you feel they TION CHART " ) . must be lubricated , use only a dry , pow - dered graphite type lubricant sparingly . 10
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) RODUCT SPECIFICATIONS MODEL NUMBER 917.377421 SERIAL NUMBER DATE OF PURCHASE HORSEPOWER : 6.5 DISPLACEMENT : 12.56 CU . IN . GASOLINE CAPACITY / TYPE : 1.25 QUARTS UNLEADED REGULAR OILTYPE ( API - SF / SG / SH ) : SAE 30 ( ABOVE 32 ° F ) SAE 5W - 30 ( BELOW 32 ° F ) OIL CAPACITY : 20 OZS . SPARK PLUG ( GAP : . 030 = ) CHAMPION RJ19LM OR J19LM VALVE CLEARANCE : INTAKE : . 004 = - . 008 " EXHAUS'E . 004 " - . 008 " SOLID STATE IGNITION AIR GAP : . 0125 IN . BLADE BOLT TORQUE : 35 - 40 FT . LBS . The model and serial numbers will be found on a decal attached to the rear of the lawn mower housing . Record both serial number and date of purchase in space pro - vided above . LAWN MOWER • Remove blade and attaching hardware ( bolt , lock washer and hardened wash - Always observe safety rules when perform - er ) . ing any maintenance . NOTE : Remove the blade adapter and TIRES check the key inside hub of blade adapter . • Keep tires free of gasoline , oil , or insect The key must be in good condition to control chemicals which can harm rubber . work properly . Replace adapter if dam - • Avoid stumps , stones , deep ruts , sharp aged . objects and other hazards that may TO REPLACE BLADE cause tire damage . • Position the blade adapter on the BLADE CARE engine crankshaft . Be sure key in For best - results , mower blade must be adapter and crankshaft keyway are kept sharp . Replace bent or damaged aligned . blades . • Position blade on the blade adapter TO REMOVE BLADE aligning the two ( 2 ) holes in the blade with the raised lugs on the adapter . • Disconnect spark plug wire from spark • Be sure the trailing edge of blade plug and place wire where it cannot ( opposite sharp edge ) is up toward the come in contact with spark plug . engine . • Turn lawn mower on its side . Make • Install the blade bolt with the lock wash - sure air filter and carburetor are up . er and hardened washer into blade • Use a wood block between blade and adapter and crankshaft . mower housing to prevent blade from • Use block of wood between blade and turning when removing blade bolt . lawn mower housing and tighten the • Protect your hands with gloves and / or blade bolt , tuming clockwise . wrap blade with heavy cloth . • The recommended tightening torque is • Remove blade bolt by turning counter - 35 - 40 ft . Ibs . clockwise . 11
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If necessary to clean the drive wheels , IMPORTANT : Bladeboltis grade8 heat check both front wheels . treated . • Remove hubcaps , hairpin cotters and TOSHARPENBLADE washers . NOTE : Wedo not recommendsharpen - • Remove wheels from wheel adjusters . ingblade - but if you do , besurethe blade • Remove any trash or grass cuttings is balanced . from inside the dust cover , pinion and / or Careshouldbetakento keepthe blade drive wheel gear teeth . balanced . An unbalancedbladewill cause • Put wheels back in place . eventualdamageto lawnmoweror • If after cleaning , the drive wheels do not turn freely , contact your nearest autho - engine . rized service center . • The bladecan besharpenedwitha file or on a grinding wheel . Do not attempt GEAR CASE to sharpen while on the mower . • To keep your drive system working prop - • To check blade balance , drive a nail into eriy , the gear case and area around the a beam or wall . Leave about one inch drive should be kept clean and free of of the straight nail exposed . Place cen - trash build - - up . Clean under the drive ter hole of blade over the head of the cover twice a season . nail . If blade is balanced , it should • The gear case is filled with lubricant to remain in a horizontal position . If either the proper level at the factory . The only end of the blade moves downward , time the lubricant needs attention is if sharpen the heavy end until the blade is service has been performed on the gear balanced . case . Blade Crank shaft • If lubricant is required , use only Texaco Starplex Premium 1 Grease , Part No . adaptor _ keyway 750355 . Do not substitute . ENGINE LUBRICATION Use only high quality detergent oil rated with API service classification SF , SH or SG . Select the oil's SAE viscosity grade Crank according to your expected operating tem - Bolt perature . Lockwasher Hardened Blade SAEVISCO61TY GP . AOES washer Trailing adaptor edge GRASS CATCHER = C _ 0 - _ . 10 _ O " 20 " 30 " ( If purchased as an accessory ) TEMPERATURE RANGE ANTICIPATED BEFORE NEXT OIL CHANGE • The grass catcher may be hosed with NOTE : Although multi - - viscosity oils water _ but must be dry when used . ( 5W30 , 10W30 etc . ) improve starting in • Check your grass catcher often for dam - cold weather , these multi - - viscosity oils age or deterioration . Through normal will result in increased oil consumption use it will wear . If catcher needs replac - when used above 32 ° F . Check your ing , replace only with a manufacturer engine oil level more frequently to avoid approved replacement catcher . Give the lawn mower model number when order - possible engine damage from running low on oil . ing . DRIVE WHEELS Change the oil after every 25 hours of oper - Check front drive wheels each time before ation or at least once a year if the lawn mower is not used for 25 hours in one year . you mow to be sure they move freely . The wheels not tuming freely means trash , Check the crankcase oil level before start - grass cuttings , etc - . are in the drive wheel ing the engine and after each five ( 5 ) area and must be cleaned to free drive hours of continuous use . Tighten oil plug wheels . securely each time you check the oil level . 12
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MUFFLER TO CHANGE ENGINE OIL Inspect and replace corroded muffler as it NOTE : Before tipping lawn mower to could create a fire hazard and / or damage . drain oil , drain fuel tank by running engine SPARK PLUG until fuel tank is empty . Change your spark plug each year to make • Disconnect spark plug wire from spark your engine start easier and run better . Set plug and place wire where it cannot spark plug gap at . 030 inch . come in contact with spark plug . CLEANING • Remove engine oil cap ; lay aside on a IMPORTANT : For bast performance , keep clean surface . mower housing free o ! built - - - up grass and • Tip lawn mower on its side as shown trash . Clean underside of mower housing and drain oil into a suitable container . after each use . Rock lawn mower back and forth to CAUTION : Disconnect spark plug wire remove any oil trapped inside of from spark plug and place wire where it engine . cannot come in contact with the spark plug . • Wipe off any spilled oil on lawn mower • Tum lawn mower on its side . Make sure and on side of engine . air filter and carburetor are up . Clean the • Fill engine with oil . Fill only to the underside of your lawn mower by scrap - = FULL " line on the dipstick . DO NOT OVER FILL . ing to remove build _ up of grass and trash . • Replace engine oil cap . • Clean engine often to keep trash from • Reconnect spark plug wire to spark accumulating . A clogged engine runs hot - plug . ter and shortens engine life . • Keep finished surfaces and wheels free Containel of all gasoline , oil , etc . • We DO NOT recommend using a garden hose to clean lawn mower unless the electrical system , muffler , air filter and AIR FILTER carburetor are covered to keep water out . Water in engine can result in shortened Your engine will not run properly and may engine life . be damaged by using a dirty air filter . Replace the air filter every year , more often CLEAN UNDER DRIVE COVER if you mow in very dusty , dirty conditions . Clean under drive cover at least twice a TO CLEAN AIR FILTER season . Scrape underside of cover with • Remove the air filter by turning clockwise putty knife or similar tool to remove any to the stop and pull away from collar . build - - up of trash or grass on underside of • Remove filter from inside of cover . drive cover . • Clean the inside of the cover and the col - lar to remove any dirt accumulation . • Insert new filter into cover . • Put air filter cover and filter into collar aligning the tab with the slot . • Push in on cover and rum counter clock - wise to tighten . " rum Clip clockwise to remove Air flltel clockwise Air filter covbr to t _ ghten 13
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TO ADJUST HANDLE CAUTION : Before performing any service or adjustments : Your lawn mower handle can be raised or • Release control bar and stop engine . lowered for your mowing comfort . Four • Make sure the blade and all moving ( 4 ) positions are available : high , medium high , medium low and low . Handles are parts have completely stopped . • Disconnect spark plug wire from shipped mounted in the medium low posi - tion . spark plug and place where it cannot come in contact with plug . • To change from medium low to medium high pesition , the upper and lower handle LAWN MOWER sections will have to be turned over . TO ADJUST CUTTING HEIGHT • Remove the cable clipe . See " TO ADJUST CUTI'ING HEIGHT " in • Remove the controls and operator pres - the Operation section of this manual . ence control bar from the upper handle . REAR DEFLECTOR • Remove the starter rope guide from the The rear deflector , attached between the upper handle . rear wheels of your lawn mower , is provid - • Remove hairpin cotters . ed to minimize the possibility that objects • Disconnect the lower handle from the will be thrown out the rear of the lawn handle brackets . mower into the operator's mowing position . • Tum the handle over and reassemble the If the rear deflector becomes damaged , it hairpin cotters that have been removed . should be replaced . • Reassemble the starter rope guide . • Reassemble the controls and the operator DISCHARGE GUARD presence control bar to the upper handle . The discharge guard , attached to the dis - CAUTION : The operator presence control charge opening of your lawnmower , is pro - bar must pivot freely to permit blade brake vided to prevent the possibility of injury engagement when control bar is released . resulting from objects being thrown out of Do not over tighten the fasteners holding the discharge opening into the operator the controls to the upper handle . mowing position . If the discharge guard becomes damaged , it should be replaced . Shipping Position TO REMOVE / REPLACE DRIVE Medium Low Medium High BELT • Remove drive cover . Remove belt by pushing down on gear case pulley and rolling belt off it . • Turn lawn mower on its side with carbu - retor and fuel cap up . • Remove blade . • Remove debris shield . • Remove belt from engine pulley on crankshaft . • Install new belt by reversing above High % w steps . • Always use factory approved belt to assure fit and long life . Belt " " ' P " usush _ _ n down - _ : : = - - _ - _ H 14
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ENGINE • To change from medium low to high position only the upper handle section CARBURETOR will have to be turned over . Your carburetor has a non - adjustable • To change from medium low to low fixed main jet for mixture control . If your position , only the lower handle section engine does not operate prepedy due to will have to be turned over . suspected carburetor problems , take your lawn mower to an authorized service Cen - ter for repair or adjustment . _ Co Handle ENGINE SPEED Your engine speed has been factory set . unting Pin Do not attempt to increase engine speed tter or it may result in personal injury . If you believe that the engine is runningtoo fast or too slow , take your lawn mower to an authorized service center for repair and adjustment . Immediately prepare your lawn mower for • When setting up your handle from the storage at the end of the season or if the storage position , the lower handle will unit will not be used for 30 days or more . automatically lock into the mowing posi - tion . LAWN MOWER When lawn mower is to be stored for a peri - mounting pin Lower Handl , od of time , clean it thoroughly , remove all Squeeze to fold dirt , grease , leaves , etc . Store in a clean , J dry area . • Clean entire lawn mower ( See " CLEAN - ING " in the Maintenance section of this manual ) . Hairpin Cotter • Lubricate as shown in the Maintenance Operator Presence section of this manual . Control Bar Fold • Be sure that all nuts , bolts , screws , and Upper Backward pins are securely fastened . Inspect moving parts for damage , breakage and ig PosilJon wear . Replace if necessary . • Touch up all rusted or chipped paint sur - faces ; sand lightly before painting . Lower Handle HANDLE Fold Forward For Storage You can fold your lawn mower handle for storage . - ENGINE - Squeeze the bottom ends of the lower FUEL SYSTEM handle toward each other until the lower IMPORTANT : It is important to prevent handle clears the handle bracket , then gum deposits from forming in essential move handle forward . fuel system parts such as carburetor , fuel • Loosen upper handle mounting bolts filter , fuel hose , or tank during storage . enough to allow upper handle to be fold - Also , experience indicates that alcohol ed back . blended fuels ( called gasohol or using IMPORTANT : When folding the handle for ethanol or methanol ) can attract moisture storage or transportation , be sure to fold which leads to separation and formation the handle as shown or you may damage of acids during storage . Acidic gas can the control cables . damage the fuel system of an engine 15
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• Pul stader handle slowly a few trees to ds - whileinstorage . tri : x _ oil . • Drab the fuet tank ° Replacweithnewspa _ plug . • b - _ the eng _ e and let it nJnun _ ' lthe tuel lines arKI carburetorare ernpty . OTHER • Never use angine or cad : xxetor cleaner prod - • Do not store gasoine from one season to ucts in the fuel tank or permanent damage another . may occur . • Replace your gasorinecan if your can starts • Use fresh fuet next seaso _ to rust . Rust and / or dirtinyour gesoline will NOTE : Fuel _ r is an acceptable alterna - cause problems . tive in minimiz _ the fo _ of fuel gum • If posr : Zoles , tore your unit indoorsand cover it depositdsuringstorageA . dds _ oilizertogaso - to give protec _ on from dust and rid . linein fuel t _ k or storage contai _ r . / _ Jways fol - • Cover your unitwi _ a suitable proteclJve low the mix ra _ ofound on stabiT _ ercontainer . coverthat does not retain moisture . Donot Run engine at least 10 m _ , tes after ad _ sta - use ples _ Plasticcannot breathe which bilizerto allow the stabilizerto reach the carbure - allows _ to form and willcause tor . Do not drain the ges tank and cad0uretorif your unit to rust . using _ stabilizer . IMPORTANT : Never cover mower wh _ eng _ ENGINE OIL and exhaust ares _ am _ 11warm . Dra _ dl ( w _ h anojne warm ) and re , ace w _ h CAUTION : Never storethe lawn mower with clean engine o11 . ( See " ENGINE " in the gasoline in the tank inside a b _ ' ld'mg where Maintenance ssc _ on of this manual ) . fumes may reach an open flame or spa _ Allow CYUNDER the angine to cool before st _ ng in any ando - sure . • Removaeparpk _ g . • Pouor neoume ( 29rnlo ) foilthrougshpark p _ gho _ i _ . TROUBLESHOOTING CHART PROBLEM CAUSE CORRECTION Does not start • Dirty air filler . • Clean / replace air filler . • Out of fuel . • Fill fuel tank . • Stale fuel . • Drain tank and refill with fresh clean fuel . • Water in fuel . • Drain fuel tank and carburetor and refill tank with fresh gasoline . • Spark plug wire is • Connect wire to plug . disconnected . • Bad spark plug . • Replace sparkplug . • Loose blade or broken blade • Tighten blade bolt or - adapter . replaceblade adapter . • Control bar in released * Depress controlbar to handle . position . • Control bar defective . • Replace controlbar . 16
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TROUBLESHOOTING CHART PROBLEM CAUSE CORRECTION Loss of power • Set to = Higher Cut " • Rear of lawn mower housing position . or cutting , bladedragging / in heavy grass . • Cutting too much grass . • Set to " Higher Cut " position . • Dirtyair filler . • Clean / replace air filter . • Clean underside of mower • BuilcLupof grass , leaves , and trash under mower . housing . • Check oillevel . • Too much oil in engine . • Walking speed too fast . • Cut at slowerwalking speed . Poor cut - uneven • Wom , bent or loose blade . • Replace blade . Tighten blade bolt . • Wheel heights uneven . • Set all wheels at same height • Buildup of grass , leaves • Clean undersideof and trash under mower . mower housing . Excessive • Wom , bent or loose blade . • Replace blade . Tighten vibration blade boll . • Bent engine crankshaft . • Contact an authorized service center , Starter rope hard • Engine flywheel brake is on • Depress controlbar to to pull when controlbar is released upper handle before pullingstarter rope . • Bent engine crankshaft . • Contact an authorized service center . • Blade adapter broken . • Replace blade adapter . • Blade draggingin grass . • Move lawn mower to cut grass or to hard surface to startengine . Grass catcher • Cutting heighttoo low . • Raise cuttingheight . • Lift on blade worn off . not filling ( if so • Replace blade . equipped ) . • Catcher not venting air . • Clean grass catcher . Hard to push • Grass is too high or wheel • Raise cutting height . height is too low . • Rear of lawn mower • Raise rear of lawn mower housingor blade dragging housingone ( 1 ) setting in grass . higher . • Grass catcher too full . • Empty grasscatcher . • Handle height positionnot • Adjust handle height to suit , rightfor you . 17
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ROTARY LAWN MOWER - - MODEL NO . 917.377421 GEAR CASE ASSEMBLY PART NUMBER 702511 1 i KEY PART KEY PART NO . NO . DESCRIPTION NO . NO . DESCRIPTION 17490416 Tapping Screw 1 / 4 - 20 12 700343 Bushing x 1 - 1 / 4 13 86447 Pluglical 2 137055X004 Engagement Bracket 14 137050 He Gear 3 137053 Shifter 15 750436X Clutch Jaw 4 57O72 Seal 16 - 750369 Grease 6 Gear Case Halves Kit 4 _ 373 17 12000003 E - Ring ( Includes Key Nos . 4 , 5 , 18 850848 Hi - Pro Key and 7 ) 19 81585X004 Spring Bracket 7 77881 _ a _ ing Worm Shaft 8 137051 9 137074 Drive Shaft 10 57079 Hardened Washer NOTE : All component dimensions given in 11 131484 Clutch Yoke U . S . inches . 1 inch = 25.4 mm 35
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CRAFTSMAN ROTARY LAWN MOWER - - MODEL NO . 917.377421 72 26 ( , 0 crJ 62 52
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CRAFTSMAN ROTARY LAWN MOWER - - MODEL NO . 917.377421 KEY PART KEY PART NO . NO . DESCRIPTION NO . NO . DESCRIPTION 1 165451X479 Uppor Handle 43 151138 Wheel & Tire Assembly 2 STD541425 Locknut 44 57143 Wave Washer 3 156577 Zone Control Cable 45 83923 Locknut3 / 18 - 16 5 153638 Rope Guide 46 85463 Danger Decal 7 131959 Handle Bolt 48 149741 Thread Cuffing Screw 5 / 16 - 18 x 3 / 4 8 66426 Wire Tie 49 STD541425 Hex Locknut 9 51793 Hairpin Cotter 51 134612 Debris Shield 10 136376 Handle Knob 52 150406 Hex Head Thread Rolling Screw 3 / 8 - 16 x 1 - 1 / 8 11 88348 Flat Washer 3 / 8 53 851084 Hex Head Screw 3 / 8 - 24 x 1 - 3 / 8 ( Grd . 8 ) 12 157081X479 Lower Handle 54 850263 Helical Lockwashar 16 STD512505 Hex Tapping Screw 1 / 4 - 20 x 1 / 2 55 851074 Hardened Washer 17 165175X479 Support Rod 56 152202 Blade 22 " 18 151667X479 Handle Bracket Assembly ( Left ) 57 851514 Blade Adapter 19 151665X479 Handle Bracket Assembly ( Right ) 58 752118 Deflector 22 140540 Rear Deflector 59 751399 Bracket , Deflector 23 4750097X004 Hex Washer Head Screw # 10 - 24 x 1 / 2 60 74180410 screw 1 / 4 - 20 24 8758 Deflector Bracket 62 156516 Lawn Mower Housing ( incl . Raf . # 46 ) 25 151889 Discharge Guard 63 85543 Engine Pulley 26 152904 Decal , Mulching Door 64 87677 Hi - Pro Key # HP 505 27 31472862 Hinge Rod 68 . . . . . . Engine - ( See Breakdown ) Craftsman 28 1541 Housing Bracket Model 143.996502 29 152124 TorsionSpring 69 15335OX479 Support BaldHandle RH 30 751592 Loci ( nut 70 153262X479 Support Brk'tHandle LH 31 700168X479 Support Bracket ( Left ) 71 63601 Locknut Kaps 32 700166X479 Support Bracket ( Right ) 72 151440 Hubcap 33 STD523707 Hax Hea ( : lBolt 3 / 8 - 16x3 / 4 - - 166736 Owner's Manual ( English / Spanish ) 35 750085X007 Wheel AdjustingBracket - - 161058 Warning Decal ( Not SHown ) 36 146630 Spacer 38 700331X004 Selector Springb Available accessories not includedwith lawn mower : 39 701037 Selector Kno 40 750913X004 Axle Arm Assembly 71 33072 Grass Catcher 41 61651 Belleville Washer 7133623 Gas Can ( 2.5 gal . ) 42 142748 Shoulder Bolt 7133500 Fuel Stabilizer 71333OO SAE 30W Oil ( 20 oz . ) Mower Cover 71 33316
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CRAFTSMAN ROTARY LAWN MOWER - - MODEL NO . 917.377421 21 ¢ o III M 2 23
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CRAFTSMAN ROTARY LAWN MOWER - - MODEL NO . 917.377421 KEY PART KEY PART NO . NO , DESCRIPTION NO . NO . DESCRIPTION 1 145793 Control Bar 26 145212 Hex Flange Locknut STD541425 2 Locknut 1 / 4 - 20 28 150182 HubcapCover 4 158755 Hex Washer Head Screw 1 / 4 x 2.0 29 152903 Drive decal 5 146323 Control Cable Assembly 30 143603 Pan Head Tapping Screw # 10 - 24 x 2 - 3 / 4 6 146527 V - Belt 32 154990 Ddve Cover 9 150495 Spring Retainer 36 132010 Locknut 12 751152 Locknut 1 / 4 - 20 37 137052 Drive Pulley 15 701037 Selector Knob 39 75192 Spdng 16 88118 Felt Washer 41 137090 Spdng 19 67725 Washer 1 / 2 x 1 - 1 / 2 x . 134 42 702511 Gear Case Assembly 21 88080 Dust Cover 43 152018 Wheel AdjusterAssembly ( Left ) 22 137054 Pinion 44 152019 Wheel AdjusterAssembly ( Right ) 23 12000058 E - Ring 45 86012 Ddveshaft Cover 24 150340 Wheel & Tire Assembly
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CRAFTSMAN 4 - CYCLE , ENGINE , MODEL NUMBER 143.996502 _ 370A 130 120 119 416 125 178 _ 245 _ . 40
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CRAFTSMAN 4 - CYCLE ENGINE MODEL NUMBER 143.996502 KEY PART KEY PART NO . NO . DESCRIPTION NO . NO . DESCRIPTION 1 37266 Cylinder ( Incl . 2,20 & 150 184 26756 " CarburetorTo Intake Pipe 2 26727 Dowel Pin Gasket 6 33734 BreatherElement 185 36785 Intake rPipeUnk 7 36557 186 32653 Governo BreatherAss'y . ( Ind . 6 & 12A ) BreatherTube 12 36775 189 650839 Screw , 1 / 4 - 20x3 / 8 " BreatherCover & Tube 12A 36558 191 36559A S . E . Brake Bracket ( Ind . 195 ) ( Incl . 1213 ) 195 610973 Terminal 12B 36694 BreatherTube Elbow 207 34336 Throttle Unk 14 28277 Washer 216 33086 R . P . M . AdjustingLever 15 30589 GovernorRod ( ind . 14 ) 223 650451 Screw , 1 / 4 - 20x 1 " 16 34839A GovernorLever 224 36786 * Intake Pipe Gasket 17 31335 Govemor Lever Clamp 238 650932 Screw , 10 - 32 x 49 / 64 " 18 651018 239 34338 * Air Cleaner Gasket Serew , TorxT - 15 , 8 - 32 x 19 / 64 " 19 36281 241 36919 AirCleaner Collar ExtensionSpdng 2O 326OO Oil Seal 245 36905 AirCleaner Filter Crankshaft 30 35801 250 36920 Air Cleaner Cover 40 40027 Piston , Pin & Ring Set ( Std . ) 260 36980 Blower Housing 4OO28 Piston , Pin & Ring Set 261 30200 Screw , 10 - 24 x 9 / 16 " ( . 010 " OS ) 262 65O831 Screw , 1 / 4 - 20 x 1 / 2 " 41 40025 263A 36921 Starter Grill Piston & PinAss'y . ( Std . ) 275 36790 Muffler ( Incl4 . 3 ) 4OO26 Piston & PinAss'y . ( . 010 " OS ) 277 650988 Screw , 1 / 4 - 20 x 2 - 5 / 16 " ( Incl . 43 ) 285 35000A Starter Cup32 42 4OOO6 Ring Set ( Std . ) 287 650926 Screw , 8 - x 21 / 64 " 400O7 Ring Set ( . 010 " OS ) 290 29774 Fuel Une 43 20381 Piston Pin RetainingRing 292 26460 Fuel Una Clamp 45 36777 ConnectingRodAss'y . ( Ind . 46 ) 298 28763 Screw , 10 - 32x35 / 64 " 46 32610A ConnectingRod Bolt 300 36916 Fuel Tank ( Incl . 292 & 301 ) 48 27241 Valve Lifter 301 36246 Fuel CapTube 5O 36778 305 35647 Oil Fill Camshaft ( MCR ) 52 29914 Oil PumpAss'y . 306 36996 * " o ' - Ring 69 35261 * MountingFlange Gasket 307 35499 " O ' - , Ring 70 34311E MountingFlange 309 650562 Screw 10 - 32 x 1 / 2 " ( Ind . 72 thin 83,3O6 ) 310 35648 Dipstick 72 30572 Oil Drain Plug ( Ind . 73 ) 313 34080 Spacer 73 2883397 Drain Rug Gasket 347 651038 Screw , 10 - 32 x 51 / 64 " 76 278 Oil Seal 370A 36261 LubdcaffonDecal 80 30574A GovernorShaft 370C 37199 Pdmer Decal 81 3055OA Washer 380 640174 Carburetor ( Ind . 184 ) 82 30591 390 590739 Rewind Starter GovernorGear Ass'y . ( Ind . 81 ) 83 30588A 400 36792B Gasket Set Governer Spool 86 65O488 Screw , 1 / 4 - 20 x 1 - 1 / 4 " ( Incl . ItemsMarked * ) 89 611004 Flywheel Key 416 36085 SparkArrestor Kit ( Ind . 417 ) 90 611112 Rywh _ 92 650815 BellevilleWasher 417 650821 Screw , 10 - 32 x 1 / 2 " ( Opltonal ) 93 650816 Flywheal Nut 900 - - - - Replacement Engine NONE , 100 34443B Solid State IgnNJon 900 - - - - Replacement S / B 75O832 order 101 610118 Spark PlugCover from 71 - 999 103 651007 Screw , TorxT - 15 , RPM High 2900 to 3200 10 - 24 x 15 / 16 " 110 37047 ' GroundWire NOTE : This enginecould have been builtwith 59070 119 36787 starter . * CylinderHead Gasket 120 36825 CylinderHead NOTE : Allcomponentdimensionsgiven in U . S . 125 37288 inches . 1 Inch = 25.4 mm ExhaustValve ( Std . ) ( Ind . 151 ) 126 37289 IntakeVak , e ( StdJ ( Ind . 151 ) 130 6021A Screw , 5 / 16 - 18 x 1 - 1 / 2 " 135 35395 ResistorSpark Plug ( RJ19LM ) 150 31672 Va _ a _ " 9 151 31673 Valve SpringCapal 151A 40017 IntakeValve Se 169 36783 * Valve Cover Gasket 172 36784 Valve Cover 174 30200 Screw , 10 - 24 x 9 / 16 " 178 29752 Nut & Lock Washer , 1 / 4 - 28 182 6201 Screw , 1 / 4 - 28 x 7 / B " 41
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CRAFTSMAN 4 - CYCLE ENGINE MODEL NUMBER 143.996502 KEY PART NO . NO . DESCRIPTION 1 631615 Throttle Shaft & Lever Assembly 2 631767 Throttle Retum Spdng 4 631184 • Dust Seal Washer 5 631183 • Dust Seal ( Throttle ) 6 64OO70 Throttle Shutter 7 65O5O6 • Shutter Screw 16 631807 Fuel Fitting 17 651025 Throttle Crack Screw / Idle Speed Screw 18 63O766 Tension oSpringrScrew 640018 Idle Restrict 20 20A 64OO53 Idle Rastrictor Screw Cap 25 631867 Float Bowl 27 " 631024 • Roat Shaft 28 632019 Float 29 631025 * Float Bowl " O " Ring 3O 631021 • Inlet Needle , Seat , & Clip ( Incl . 31 ) 31 631022 Spdng Clip 35 3OO45A Pdmer Bulb / Retainer Ring 36 640080 Main Nozzle Tube 36A 632766 Carburetor Tube 37 632547 • " O " Ring , Main Nozzle Tube 40 640175 High Speed Bowl Nut BoWl Nut Washer 44 27110A 47 630748 • Welch Plug , Idle Mixture Well 48 631027 • Welch Plug , AtmosphericVent 48A 631027 • Welch Plug 60 632760 Repair kit ( Incl . Items Marked * ) 42
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CRAFTSMAN 4 - CYCLE ENGINE MODEL NUMBER 143.996502 KEY PART NO . NO . DESCRIPTION N _ 590702 RecoilStarter 1 590599A Spring Pin ( Ind . 4 ) 2 590600 Washer 3 590696 Retainer 4 590601 Washer 5 590697 Brake Spdng 6 590698 Starter Dog 7 590699 Dog Spring 8 590700 Pulley & Rewind Spring Ass'y . 11 590703 Starter HousingAss ' , / . ( 40 degree grommet ) 12 590535 Starter Rope ( 98 " X 9 / 64 " dta . ) 13 590701 Starter Handle O * . . _ l PART NO . NO . DESCRIPTION 590739 Rewind Starter 3 590740 Retainer 6 590616 Starter Dog _ _ , E7Y 590617 Dog Spring 8 590618A Pulley & Rewind Spring Ass'y 11 590638 Starter HousingAss'y ( 40 degree grommet ) 590535 _ Starter Rope Ul II - - ' ! 2 ( Length 98 " x 9 / 64 " dia . ) 590701 Starter Handle 14 590760 " SpringClip 43
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Forthe repairor replacementpartsyou need delivereddirectlyto yourhome Call7 am - 7 pm , 7 daysa week 1 - 800 - 366 - PART ( 1 - 800 - 366 - 7278 ) Para ordenar piezas con entrega a domicilio - 1 - 800.659 - 7084 For in - house major brand repair service Call 24 hours a day , 7 days a week 1 - 800.4 - REPAIR ( 1 - 800.473 - 7274 ) Para pedir servicio de reparaci6n a domicilio - 1 - 800 - 676 - 5811 For the location of a Sears Parts and Repair Center in your area Call 24 hours a day , 7 days a week 1 - 800486 - 1222 For information on purchasing a Sears Maintenance Agreement or to inquire about an existing Agreement Nmm _ N mmmmmm Call 9 am - 5 pm , Monday - Saturday 1 - 800 - 827 - 6655 When requesting service or ordering parts , always provide the following information : • Product Type * Part Number • Model Number * Part Description S £ ARS Amenca's Repair SpecJat _ sts 166736 09,28.98 VB Printed in U . S . A .
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033623 Gas can (2.5 gal.)
033300 Sae 30w oil (20 oz.)
033072 Grass catcher
0166736 Owner's manual (english/spanish)
0161058 Warning decal
0133500 Fuel stabilizer
0133316 Mower cover
1165451X479 Upper handle
10136376 Handle knob
1188348 Washer
12157081X479 Handle
16STD512505 Hex tapping screw 1/4-20 x 1/2
17165175X479 Rod . support
18151667X479 Handle bracket assembly (left)
19151665X479 Handle bracket assembly (right)
2STD541425 Locknut
22140540 Rear deflector
23750097 Hex washer head self-tapping screw #10-24 x 1/2
2487584X004 Bracket
25151889 Discharge guard
26152904 Decal, mulching door
27147286 Co rod . hinge
28154132 Bracket - housing
29152124 Torsion spring
3156577 Zone control cable
30751592 Locknut
31700168X479 Support bracket
32700166X479 Support bracket
35750085X007 Bracket wheel
36146630 Height spacer
38700331X004 Spring
39701037 Knob, selector, spring
40750913X004 Axle arm
4161651 Washr sprng bellvill type .515-1.250x.062 r.r.-...
42142748 Bolt
43151138 Rear Wheel
4457143 Wave washer
4583923 Lock nut
4685463 Decal
48149741 Thread cutting screw 5/16 - 18 x 3/4
49STD541425 Hex locknut
5153638 Rope guide
51134612 Debris shield
52150406 Screw, hex head, threaded, rolled 3/8-16 x 1 - 1/8
53851084 Screw
54850263 Lock washer
55851074 Washer
56152202 Blade, 22"
57851514 Blade adapter
58752118 Deflector
59751399 Chute bracket
6074180410 Screw 1/4-20
62156516 Housing
6385543 Engine pulley
6487677 High - pro key
68N/P Engine craftsman model 143,996502
69153350X479 Bracket support handle (right)
7131959 Handle bolt
70153282X479 Bracket support handle (left)
7163601 Locknut keps
72151440 Hubcap
866426 Wire tie
951793 Hairpin
1145793 Control bar
12751152 Locknut 1/4-20
15701037 Knob, selector, spring
1888118 Washer
1967725 Washer
2STD541425 Locknut 1/4-20
2188080 Cover, duct wheel
22137054 Pinion
2312000058 External e-ring
24150340 Drive wheel
26145212 Hex nut
28150182 Hub cap
29152903 Drive cover decal
30143603 Pan head tapping screw no. 10-24 x 2-3/4
32154990 Drive cover
36132010 Locknut
37137052 Drive pulley
3975192 Spring
4158755 Screw, machine, pan head 1/4-20 x 2-3/16
41137090 Spring
42702511 Gear case assembly
43152018 Adjuster
44152019 Adjuster
4586012 Driveshaft cover
5146323 Control cable asssemby
6146527 V-belt
9150495 Spring . retainer