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MAc . , . ) fsf OPERATOR'S MANUAL SNOW THROWER Model 611 IMPORTANT : READ SAFETY RULES AND INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY Warning : This unit is equipped with an internal combustion engine and should not be used on or near any unimproved forest - covered , brush - covered or grass - covered land unless the engine's exhaust system is equipped with a spark arrester meeting applicable local or state laws ( if any ) . If a spark arrester is used , it should be maintained in effective working order by the operator . In the State of California the above 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 spark arrester for the muffler is available through your nearest engine authorized service dealer or contact the service department , P . O . Box 368022 Cleveland , Ohio 44136 - 9722 . MTD PRODUCTS INC . P . O . BOX 368022 CLEVELAND , OHIO 44136 - 9722 PRINTED IN U . S . A . FORM NO . 770 - 10001A 6 / 99
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SECTION 1 : FINDING YOUR MODEL NUMBER This Operators Manual is an important part of your new snow thrower . It will help you assemble , prepare and maintain your snow thrower . Please read and understand what it says . Before you start to prepare your snow thrower for its first use , please locate the model plate and copy the information from it in this Operators Manual . The information on the model plate is very important if you need help from your dealer or the MTD customer support department . • Every snow thrower has a model plate . You can locate it by standing behind the unit in the operating position and looking down at the frame below engine . See Figure 1 This is where your model number will be . F I • XXX - X - XXX - X - XXX XXXXXXXXXXX [ This is where your serial number will be . Copy the model number here : MTDPRODU , CNTCS Copy the serial number here : CLEVELAND , OHIO 4413 _ Figure 1 SECTION 2 : CALLING CUSTOMER SUPPORT • LOCATE YOUR MODEL NUMBER AND SERIAL NUMBER - - Record this information in the space provided . To find your unit's specific model number and serial number , see SECTION 1 : FINDING YOUR MODEL NUMBER . • If you are having difficulty as6emb ng fills product or if you have any questions regarding the controls , operation . orma ! ntena _ _ qcebf this unit please call the Customer Support Department . • Customer Support can be reached by dialing : 1 - ( 330 ) 220 - 4MTD _ . : ( 4683 ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . or . . . . . 1 - ( 800 ) - 800 7310 • P ease have your mode number and ser al number ready when you call . • Although both numbers are important , you will be asked to enter only your serial number before your
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SECTION 3 : IMPORTANT SAFE OPERATION PRACTICES WARNING : THIS SYMBOL POINTS OUT IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS WHICH , IF NOT FOLLOWED , COULD ENDANGER THE PERSONAL SAFETY AND / OR PROPERTY OF YOURSELF AND OTHERS . READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS MANUAL BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO OPERATE YOUR SNOW THROWER . FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THESE INSTRUCTIONS MAY RESULT IN PERSONAL INJURY . WHEN YOU SEE THIS SYMBOL - HEED ITS WARNING . of California to cause cancer , birth defects or other reproductive harm . _ lb ARNING : The Engine Exhaust from this product contains chemicals known to the State DANGER : Your snow thrower was built to be operated according to the rules for safe operation in this manual . As with any type of power equipment , carelessness or error on the part of the operator can result in serious injury . If you violate any of these rules , you may cause serious injury to yourself or others . 1 . TRAINING • Read this operator's manual carefully in its entirety Before working with gasoline , extinguish all before attempting to assemble or operate this cigarettes and other sources of ignition . Check the machine . Be completely familiar with the controls fuel before starting the engine . Gasoline is an and the proper use of this machine before extremely flammable fuel . Do not fill the gasoline operating it . Keep this manual in a safe place for tank indoors , while the engine is running , or until future and regular reference and for ordering engine has been allowed to cool at least two minutes . Replace gasoline cap securely and wipe replacement parts . off any spilled gasoline before starting the engine • Never allow children under 14 years old to operate as it may cause a fire or explosion . a snow thrower . Children 14 years old and over should only operate snow thrower under close Use a grounded three wire plug - in for all units with parental supervision . Only persons well acquainted electric drive motors or electric starting motors . with these rules of safe operation should be Adjust collector housing height to clear gravel or allowed to use your snow thrower . crushed rock surface . • No one should operate this unit while intoxicated or Never attempt to make any adjustments while while taking medication that impairs the senses or engine is running ( except where specifically reactions . recommended by manufacturer ) . • Keep the area of operation clear of all persons , Let engine and machine adjust to outdoor especially small children and pets . temperature before starting to clear snow . • Exercise caution to avoid slipping or falling , Always wear safety glasses or eye shieldsduring especially when operating in reverse . operation or while performing an adjustment or repair , to protect eyes from foreign objects that may 1 . PREPARATION be thrown from the machine in any direction . • Thoroughly inspect the area where the equipment 2 . OPERATION is to be used and remove all door mats , sleds , boards , wires and other foreign objects . Do not put hands or feet near or under rotating • Disengage all clutches and shift into neutral before parts . Keep clear of discharge opening and auger at all times . starting engine . • Do not operate equipment without wearing Exercise extreme caution when operating on or adequate winter outer garments . Do not wear crossing gravel drives , walks , or roads . Stay alert jewelry , long scarfs or other loose clothing which for hidden hazards or traffic . Do not carry could become entangled in moving parts . Wear passengers . footwear which will improve footing on slippery After striking a foreign object , stop the engine , surfaces . remove wire from spark plug , and thoroughly inspect the snow thrower for any damage . Repair the damage before restarting and operating the snow thrower . 3
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• If the snow thrower should start to vibrate Never operate the machine at high transport abnormally , stopthe engineand checkimmediately speeds on slipperysurfaces . Look behind and use for the cause . Vibrationis generally a warning of care when backing . trouble . Never direct discharge at bystanders or allow • Stop engine whenever you leave the operating anyone in front of unit . position , before unclogging the collector / impeller • Disengage power to collector / impeller when housing or discharge guide , and making any transportingornot inuse . repairs , adjustments , or inspections . Never place Use only attachmentsand accessodesapproved your hand in the discharge or collector openings . • by the manufacturerof snow thrower ( such as Use a stick or wooden broom handle to unclog the wheelweights , counterweights , cabs , etc . ) . discharge opening . Never operate the snow thrower without good • Take all possible precautions when leaving the unit visibility or light , Always be sure of your footing and unattended . Disengage the collector / impeller , stop keep a firm hold on the handles . Walk , never run . the engine , and remove the key . Muffler and engine become hot and can cause a • When cleaning , repairing , or inspecting , make bum . Do not touch . certain collectodimpeller and all moving parts have stopped . Disconnect spark plug wire and keep 3 . MAINTENANCE AND STORAGE away from plug to prevent accidental starting . Check shear bolts , engine mounting bolts , etc . , at • Do not run engine indoors , except when starting frequent intervals for proper tightness to be sure engine and transporting snow thrower in or oLatof equipment is in safe working condition . building . Open doors . Exhaust fumes are Never store the machine with fuel in the fuel tank dangerous . inside a building where ignition sources are • Do not clear snow across the face of slopes . present , such as hot water and space heaters , Exercise extreme caution when changing direction clothes dryers , and the like . Allow engine to cool on slopes . Do not attempt to clear steep slopes . before storing in any enclosure . • Never operate snow thrower without guards , plates , Always refer to operator's manual instructions for or other safety protection devices in place . important details if snow thrower is to be stored for • Never operate snow thrower near glass enclosure , an extended period . automobiles , window wells , drop off , etc . , without • Run machine a few minutes after throwingsnow to proper adjustments of snow thrower discharge prevent freeze up of collector / impeller . angle . Keep children and pets away . Check clutch controls periodically to verify they • Do not overloadmachine capacityby attemptingto engage and disengage properly and readjust if clear snow at too fast a rate . necessary . Refer to operator's manual for adjustment instructions . who read , understand and follow the warnings and instructions in this manual and on the machine . WARNING - YOUR RESPONSIBILITY : Restrict the use of this power machine to persons Figure 2 4
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SECTION 4 - CONTENTS OF HARDWARE PACK Lay out the hardware according to the illustration for identification purposes . Part numbers are shown in parentheses . ( Hardware pack may contain extra items which are not used on your unit . ) ( 4 ) Lock Washers ( C ) ATTACHING THE CLUTCH GRIPS A ATTACHING THE HANDLES ( 736 - 0119 ) ( 2 ) Hex Bolts ( A ) ( 710 - 3180 ) ( 712 - 3010 ) 0000 , , , . . x . o , . , o , © © IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ATTACHING THE HANDLE PANEL © © © IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ( 2 ) Hex Bolts ( B ) ( 2 ) Saddle ( I ) 710 - 3008 © ( 784 - 5599 ) ( 4 ) Carriage Bolts ( E ) 8 ( 710 - 0262 ) ( 4 ) Lock Washers ( C ) ATTACHING THE SPEED SELECTOR PLATE ( 736 - 0119 ) AND SHIFT LEVER E I ATTACHING THE CONTROL CABLES ? @ @ @ , , , s . ( 2 ) " Z " Fitting ( R ) O @ _ _ _ 1 Screws ( F ) ( 746 - 0778 ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ill _ ! ! _ l _ ( 7,0 - 06 , g ) . _ _ ( 2 ) ( 7H1e2x - 0N12u1ts ) ( J ) FJA'I - FACHING THE CHUTE ASSEMBLY ( 2 ) Hex _ IIIIIlilllllllllll QQ Bolts ( G ) @ © < 7t = - 30I1,6ii ) iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiCi 2H ) exLockNotsCH ) ( 712 - 3027 ) U @ © GI ; ; . c . £ _ j ; _ c . u ? OE . RECT , ONAL ( 2 ) Hex Nuts ( D ) @ @ ( 712 - 3010 ) ( 6 ) Hex Lock Nuts ( M ) ( 712 - 3027 ) 0 ( 6 ) Hex Bolts ( K ) ( 3 ) Chute Flange Keepers © © ( 710 - 3015 ) Cupped Washer ( N ) ( Not Shown ) ( 731 - 0851 ) ( 736 - 0242 ) AUGER SHEAR BOLTS ( SPARES ) ( 2 ) Shear Bolts ( 2 ) Hex Lock Nuts ( 710 - 0890A ) Hair - Pin Clip ( T ) ( 712 - 0429 ) ( 714 - 0104 ) © © ( 2 ) Flat Washers ( S ) ( 736 - 0185 ) NOTE : The augers are secured to the spiral shaft with two shear bolts and hex lock nuts . If you hit a hard foreign object or an ice jam , the snow thrower is designed so that the bolts may shear . Two replacement shear bolts and nuts are provided for your convenience . Store in a safe place until needed . 5
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SECTION 5 " ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS • Roll unit out of carton . Check carton IMPORTANT : After assembly , service engine thoroughly for loose parts before discarding . with gasoline , and check oil level as instructed in the separate engine manual packed with your unit . TOOLS REQUIRED FOR ASSEMBLY NOTE : References to right or left side of the snow • Two adjustable wrenches thrower are determined from behind the unit in the operating position . LOOSE PARTS IN CARTON See Figure 3 A UNPACKING ( 2 ) Handles ( Right and Left ) B ( t ) Pivot Rod • Remove staples or break glue on the top flaps C ( 1 ) Cover Tube of the carton . Remove any loose parts D ( 2 ) Clutch Grips ( Right and Left ) included with unit ( i . e . , operator's manual , E ( 1 ) Handle Panel etc . ) . F ( 1 ) Speed Selector Plate G ( 1 ) Shift Lever • Cut corner's and lay end of carton down flat . H ( 1 ) Chute Directional Control Assembly Remove packing material . J ( 1 ) Chute Assembly A E Figure 3 6
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ATTACHING THE HANDLES ( Hardware A ) Lock Washer HexBolt ( c ) 1 . Place right handle in position against the snow ( 8 ) thrower so the flat side of the handle is against Saddle the frame . Secure bottom hole in handle to snow thrower using hex bolt ( B ) and lock washer ( C ) . There are weld nuts welded to the inside of the frame for these bolts , See Figure 4 . Do not tighten at this time . 2 . Attach the left handle in the same manner . Do not tighten at this time . ( A ) 3 , Place saddle ( I ) over upper holes on handles Lock Washer ( C ) ( curve matching curve on handle ) . Secure to the frame with lock washers ( C ) and hex bolts ( A ) . Figure 4 See Figure 4 . Do not tighten at this time . Pivot Rod ATTACHING THE CLUTCH GRIPS ( Hardware B ) 1 . Slide the pivot rod into the cover tube as shown in Figure 5 . The pivot rod and cover tube may already be assembled . Figure 5 , Place the clutch grips in position on the rod so the flat side of the clutch grips are against the pivot rod cover , Thread hex nuts ( D ) onto each end of the rod . Tighten nuts allowing the clutch grips to move freely on pivot rod . See Figure 6 , Hex Nuts ( D ) _ Figure 6 Clutch Grip and , Insert clutch grip and rod assembly into handle tabs . Clutch grips must sit on top of the handles . Thread hex nuts ( D ) on each end to hold into Rod Assembly _ position . Do not tighten , See Figure 7 . S _ ' _ " Handle Tab \ Hex Nut ( D ) Figure 7 7
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ATTACHING THE HANDLE PANEL ( Hardware C ) Position the handle panel between handles . Insert carriage bolts ( E ) and secure with lock washers ( C ) and hex nuts ( D ) . See Figure 8 . ATTACHING SPEED SELECTOR PLATE AND SHIFT LEVER ( Hardware D ) 1 . Assemble the speed selector plate to the outside of the handles as shown in Figure 9 , Secure using four self - tapping screws ( F ) , LockWashers ( C ) _ 2 . Insert the shift lever through slot in the speed selector plate , Figure 8 NOTE : The bend in the lever should be towards the operator . Secure shift lever to the shift lever Shift Lever spring using two hex bolts ( G ) and hex lock nuts ( H ) , Speed Selector Tighten both bolts finger tight . At this point the shift Self - Tapping Plate lever and shift lever spring are not against each Screw ( F ) other , As you tighten the bolts and nuts with two / wrenches they will pull together . See Figure 9 . 3 . Tighten all hardware assembled to this point . CLUTCH GRIPS MUST MOVE FREELY . Hex ( G ) ATTACHING THE CONTROL CABLES Lever ( Hardware E ) Spring 1 . Thread hex nuts ( J ) onto the " Z " fittings ( R ) ( see Hex Lock inset , Figure 10 ) . Insert " Z " fitting into hole in Nuts ( H ) clutch grips . 2 . Route the left cable between engine and speed selector plate and then between handle panel and clutch lever pivot rod before threading onto the left " Z " fitting . Assemble the right cable using the same route . Figure 9 3 . Correct adjustment on cables is minimal slack but not tight . Tighten hex nuts when adjustment is correct . NOTE : If the right hand lockout cable is not adjusted correctly , the wheels will tend to turn . If the left hand lockout cable is not adjusted correctly , the augers will not stop rotating . WARNING : There must not be any tension on either control cable with the traction control or auger control grip in the disengaged ( up ) position . These clutches are a safety feature , and their function can be overridden if there is tension on either cable with the clutches disengaged . Figure 10 8
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ATTACHING THE CHUTE ASSEMBLY ( Hardware F ) Chute 1 . . . Assembly Place chute assembly over chute opening , with the opening in the chute assembly facing the front of the unit . Place chute flange keepers beneath lip of chute assembly , with the flat side ( K ) of chute flange keeper facing downward . 2 , Insert hex bolt ( K ) up through chute flange keeper and chute assembly as shown in Figure 11 . Secure with hex lock nut ( M ) . After Hex Lock Nut assembling all three chute flange keepers , ( M ) tighten all nuts and bolts securely . Do not overtighten . Chute Flange Keeper Note : Locknuts cannot be threaded onto a bolt by hand . Tighten with 2 7 / 16 " wrenches . This type of nut is used where vibration occurs . Figure 11 ATTACHING THE CHUTE DIRECTIONAL CONTROL ( Hardware G ) Hex Bolts ( K ) 1 . Loosen the two hex nuts which secure the lower Hex Lock Nuts ( M ) chute directional control support bracket ( see Figure 12 ) to the snow thrower housing . 2 , Place one flat washer ( T ) over the end of the chute directional control , then insert the end of the chute directional control into the hole in the plastic bushing in the chute bracket . See Figure 13 . Place second flat washer ( T ) on chute directional control , and secure with hairpin clip ( s ) . . Thread one hex nut ( D ) onto the eyebolt on the chute directional control assembly until there is at least two inches of threads showing between the nut and the head of the eyebolt . See Figure 14 . . Place the eyebolt into the hole located half way up the left handle . Secure with cupped washer ( N ) ( cupped side against the handle , see inset , Chute Flat Figure 14 ) and hex nut ( D ) . Directional 5 , Control Adjust the chute directional control support bracket ( see Figure 13 ) so that the spiral on the chute directional control fully engages the teeth on the chute assembly . Tighten the hex nuts on the lower chute directional control bracket securely . Tighten the hex nuts on the eyebolt . 6 . Check to make sure all nuts and bolts on the control panel and all four bolts which secure the handles to the frame are tight . Figure 13
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FINAL ASSEMBLY AND ADJUSTMENTS Auger Control CSiudpe _ ) CSroidwen To check the adjustment of the auger control , push forward on the left hand clutch grip ( depress the / rubber bumper ) . There should be slack in the cable . Left Release the clutch grip . The cable should be Cupped Handle straight . Make certain you can depress the auger Washer ( N ) Hex Nut control grip against the left handle completely . If necessary , loosen the hex lock nut and thread the Eyebolt ( O ) cable in ( for less slack ) or out ( for more slack ) as necessary . Refer to Figure 15 . Recheck the adjustment . Tighten the lock nut against the cable when correct 2 " ofd , Threa , adjustment is reached . ( D ) Traction Control and Shift Lever Figure 14 Adjustment " Z " Fitting To check the adjustment of the traction control and shift lever , move the shift lever all the way forward to sixth ( 6 ) position . With the traction control released , push the snow thrower forward . The unit should move forward freely . Then engage the traction control grip . The wheels should stop turning . Now release the traction control grip , and push the unit again . Move the shift lever back to the fast reverse position , then all the way forward again . There should be no resistance in the shift lever , and the and the wheels should keep turning If you have resistance when moving the shift lever or Hex Bolt the wheels stop when they should not , loosen the jam nut on the traction control cable and unthread the cable one turn . If the wheels do not stop when you engage the traction control grip , loosen the jam nut on the traction control cable and thread the cable in one turn . Recheck the adjustment and repeat as necessary . Tighten the jam nut to secure the cable Figure 15 when correct adjustment is reached . NOTE : If you are uncertain that you have reached the correct adjustment , refer to the Adjustment section . ADJUSTING THE SKID SHOES The space between the shave plate and the ground can be adjusted . For close snow removal on a smooth surface , raise the skid shoes into a high position on the auger housing . Use a middle or lower position when the area to be cleared is uneven . See Figure 16 . Adjust skid shoes by loosening the four hex nuts and Hex Nuts vr _ carriage bolts and moving skid shoes to desired Carriage Bolts position . Make certain the entire bottom surface of skid shoe is against the ground to avoid uneven wear on the Figure 16 skid shoes . Retighten nuts and bolts securely . 10
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CHUTE DIRECTIONAL CONTROL TIRE PRESSURE ( Pneumatic Tires ) The chute directional control is located on left hand The tires are overinflated for shipping purposes . Check tire pressure and reduce to 15 to 20 psi . side of the snow thrower . See Figure 17 . Refer to tire sidewalls for recommended tire To change the direction in which snow is thrown , pressure . turn chute directional control as follows : NOTE : If the tire pressure is not equal in both tires , • Crank clockwise to discharge to the left . the unit may pull to one side or the other . • Crank counterclockwise to discharge to the right . SECTION 6 : CONTROLS THROTTLE CONTROL The throttle control is located on the engine . It Traction Control Auger Control regulates the speed of the engine , See Figure 18 , SAFETY IGNITION KEY The ignition key must be inserted in the switch before the unit will start . Remove the ignition key when snow thrower is not in use . Do not turn ignition key . See Figure 18 . FUEL CUTOFF VALVE The fuel cutoff valve , located under the fuel tank , controls fuel flow from tank , / Chute Directional Shift Lever Control Figure 17 SHIFT LEVER The shift lever is located below the handle panel . The shift lever may be moved into one of seven positions . Run engine with throttle in the fast position . Use the shift lever to determine ground speed . See Figure 17 . Pdmer Choke Forward - one of five speeds . Position number one ( 1 ) is the slowest . Position number five ( 5 ) is the fastest . Reverse - - two reverse speeds ; R1 and R2 . R2 is the faster reverse speed . AUGER CONTROL The auger control is located on the left handle . Squeeze the auger control grip to engage the augers . Release to stop the snow throwing action . See Figure 17 . Rope Start Ignition Handle TRACTION CONTROL Key Control The traction control is located on the right handle . Squeeze the traction control grip to engage the wheel drive . Release to stop . See Figure 17 . Figure 18 11
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SECTION 7 : OPERATION BEFORE STARTING Electric Starter : ( If Equipped ) WARNING : The optional electric Labels on the snow thrower prior to starter is equipped with a three - wire , _ WARNING : Observe all Warning A use . See Figure 2 . power cord and plug , and is designed to operate on 120 volt AC household current . It must be properly grounded at Your snow thrower is shipped with oil ; however , all times to avoid the possibility of you must check the oil level before operating . Be electric shock which may be injurious to careful not to overfill . the operator . Follow all instructions The spark plug wire was disconnected for safety . carefully . Determine that your house Attach spark plug wire to spark plug before starting , wiring is a three wire grounded system . Ask a licensed electrician if you are not GAS AND OIL FILL - UP certain . If your house wiring system is not a three - wire grounded system , do Check oil level and add oil if necessary . Service the not use this electric starter under any engine with gasoline as instructed in the separate conditions . If your system is grounded engine manual packed with your snow thrower . and a three - hole receptacle is not Read instructions carefully . available at the point your starter will WARNING : Never fill fuel tank normally be used , one should be installed by a licensed electrician . indoors . Never fill fuel tank with engine running or while engine is hot . Do not When connecting the power cord , always connect smoke when filling fuel tank . cord to starter on engine first , then plug the other end into a three - hole grounded receptacle . TO START ENGINE When disconnecting the power cord , always unplug 1 , Attach spark plug wire to spark plug . Make the end from the three - hole grounded receptacle certain the metal loop on the end of the spark first . plug wire ( inside the boot ) is fastened securely over the metal tip on the spark plug . See Figure Switch 19 . Starter Button Spark Box Plug _ Metal Loop on Plug Wire Figure 19 2 . Make certain the fuel cutoff valve is in the OPEN Rope Starter ( vertical ) position . Handle 3 . Make certain the auger and drive clutch levers Key Throttle are in the disengaged ( released ) position . Control 4 . Move throttle control up to FAST position . Insert ignition key into slot . See Figure 20 . Be certain it Figure 20 snaps into place . Do not turn key 1 . Rotate choke knob to OFF position . 2 . Connect power cord to switch box on engine . ENGINE WILL NOT START Plug the other end of power cord into a three - UNLESS IGNITION KEY IS IN - hole , grounded 12 - volt AC receptacle . SERTED INTO IGNITION SLOT IN CARBURETOR 3 , Push starter button to crank engine . See Figure COVER . DO NOT TURN IGNI - 20 . As you crank the engine , move choke knob TION KEY . to FULL choke position . 12
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4 . When engine starts , release starter button , and NOTE : Do not lose ignition key . Keep it in a safe move choke gradually to OFF . If engine falters , place . Engine will not start without the ignition key . move choke immediately to FULL and then 5 . Wipe all snow and moisture from the carburetor gradually to OFF . cover in the area of the control levers . Also , move control levers back and forth several Recoil Starter : times . 1 . Rotate choke knob to FULL choke position ( cold engine start ) . TO ENGAGE DRIVE 2 . If engine is warm , place choke in OFF position 1 , With the engine running near top speed , move instead of FULL . shift lever into one of the five FORWARD positions or two REVERSE positions . Select a 3 . Push primer button two or three times for cold engine start . See Figure 20 . speed appropriate for the snow conditions that exist . Use the slower speeds until you are 4 . If engine is warm , push primer button once only . familiar with the operation of the snow thrower . NOTE : Always cover vent hole in primer button 2 . Squeeze the auger control grip and the augers when pushing . Additional priming may be necessary will turn . Release it and the augers will stop . for first start if temperature is below 15 degrees 3 , Squeeze the traction control grip and the snow Fahrenheit . thrower will move . Release it and drive motion 5 . Grasp starter handle ( see Figure 20 ) and pull will stop . rope out slowly , until it pulls slightly harder . Let 4 . NEVER move shift lever without releasing drive rope rewind slowly . clutch . . Pull starter handle rapidly . Do not allow handle to snap back . Allow it to rewind slowly while TO ENGAGEAUGERS keeping a firm hold on the starter handle . To engage the augers and start the snow throwing . Repeat step 8 until engine starts . action , squeeze the auger control grip against the 8 . As engine warms up and begins to operate left handle . Release to stop the augers . evenly , rotate choke knob slowly to OFF position , If engine falters , return to FULL choke , TIRE CHAINS ( Optional Equipment ) then slowly move to OFF position . Tire chains should be used whenever extra traction is needed , TO STOP ENGINE 1 , Run engine for a few minutes before stopping to OPERATING TIPS help dry off any moisture on the engine . NOTE : Allow the engine to warm up for a few 2 . To help prevent possible freeze up of starter , minutes as the engine will not develop full power proceed as follows . until it reaches operating temperature . • Electric Starter ( If Equipped ) : Connect power cord to switch box on engine , then to 120 volt AC receptacle . With the engine running , push and surrounding areas may exceed 150 4 _ WARNING : Temperature of muffler . starter button and spin the starter for several degrees Fahrenheit . Avoid these areas seconds . The unusual sound made by spinning the starter will not harm engine or 1 . For most efficient snow removal , remove snow starter . Disconnect the power cord from immediately after it falls . receptacle first , and then from switch box . 2 . Discharge snow downwind whenever possible . • Recoil Starter : With engine running , pull Slightly overlap each previous swath . starter rope with a rapid , continuous full arm 3 . Set the skid shoes 1 / 4 " below the scraper bar for stroke three or four times . Pulling the starter normal usage . The skid shoes may be adjusted rope will produce a loud clattering sound , upward for hard - packed snow . Adjust downward which is not harmful to the engine or starter . when using on gravel or crushed rock . 3 . To stop engine , move throttle control to " stop " or 4 , Be certain to follow the precautions listed under " ofF ' position . " To Stop Engine " to prevent possible freeze - up . 4 , Remove the ignition key . Do not turn key . 5 . Clean the snow thrower thoroughly after each Disconnect the spark plug wire from the spark use . plug to prevent accidental starting while equipment is unattended , 13
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SECTION 8 : ADJUSTMENTS . If adjustment is necessary , loosen the lock nut on the traction control cable and thread the chute or make any adjustments while _ b WARNING : NEVER attempt to clean cable in or out as necessary . Tighten the lock engine is running . nut to secure the cable when correct adjustment is reached . Reassemble the frame cover . CHUTE ASSEMBLY ADJUSTMENT NOTE : If you placed plastic under the gas cap , be The distance snow is thrown can be controlled by certain to remove it . adjusting the angle of the top section of the chute assembly . AUGER CONTROL ADJUSTMENT SKID SHOEADJUSTMENT To adjust the auger clutch , refer to Final Assembly The space between the shave plate and the ground and Adjustments in section 5 . can be adjusted . Refer to the Final Assembly and Adjustments section . CARBURETOR ADJUSTMENT WARNING : If any adjustments are TRACTION CONTROL ADJUSTMENT made to the engine while the engine Is Refer to the Final Assembly and Adjustments running ( e . g . carburetor ) , keep clear of section to adjust the traction control , if you are all moving parts . Be careful of heated uncertain that you have reached the correct surfaces and muffler . adjustment , the adjustment can be physically checked as follows . Minor carburetor adjustment may be required to 1 . With the snow thrower tipped forward ( be certain compensate for differences in fuel , temperature , to drain the oil gasoline or drain the oil and place altitude and load . plastic film under the gas cap if the snow thrower Refer to the separate engine manual packed with has already been operated ) , remove the frame your unit for carburetor adjustment information . cover underneath the snow thrower by removing six self - tapping screws . DRIVE WHEELS . With the traction control released , there must be The wheels may be adjusted for two different clearance between the friction wheel and the methods of operation . The adjustment is made by drive plate in all positions of the shift lever . With placing the klick pins in one of two different holes on the traction control engaged , the friction wheel the right side of the unit . See Figure 22 . must contact the drive plate . See Figure 21 . 1 . One Wheel Driving - - On the right side of the unit , place klick pin in the outside axle hole only . Do not place pin through wheel hub . This position gives power drive to the left wheel only , Friction making the unit easier to maneuver . Wheel 2 . Both Wheels Driving - - Rotate wheel assembly to align hole in hub with inner hole on axle shaft . Insert klick pin in hole . Outer axle shaft hole should be visible . See Figure 22 . Drive Plate - Outside Hole in Axle Figure 21 Figure 22 14
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GEAR SHAFr SECTION 9 : LUBRICATION Lubricate the gear shaft with a good al - weather multi - purpose light grease at least once a season or after every 25 hours of operation . , _ WwirAeRNanINd Gg : roDuinsdconangeacitnstthethseparekngpilnueg before performing any repairs or IMPORTANT : Keep all grease and oil off of the maintenance , fdction wheel and drive plate . ENGINE DRIVE AND SHIFTING MECHANISM Refer to engine manual for engine lubrication Remove rear cover . Oil any chains , sprockets , instructions . gears , bearings , shafts , and shifting mechanism at least once a season . Use engine oil or a spray WARNING : When following instructions lubricant . Avoid getting oil on rubber friction wheel in separate engine manual for draining oil , and aluminum drive plate . be sure to protect frame to avoid oil dripping onto transmission pads . GEAR CASE WHEELS The worm gear case has been filled with grease at Oil or spray lubricant into bearings at wheels at least the factory . If disassembled for any reason , lubricate once a season . Pull klick pin , remove wheels , clean with 2 ounces of shell grease , part number 737 - and coat axles with a multipurpose automotive 0168 . grease . See Figure 23 . IMPORTANT : Do not overfill the gear case . Damage to the seals could result . Be sure the vent Oil Bearings plug is free of grease in order to relieve pressure . Klick Pin Lubricant SECTION 10 : MAINTENANCE wire and ground against the engine , _ WARNING : Disconnect the spark plugor before performing any repairs maintenance . ENGINE Figure 23 Refer to separate engine manual for all engine CHUTE DIRECTIONAL CONTROL maintenance procedures . The worm gear on the chute control should be greased with multipurpose automotive grease . AUGERS The augers are secured to the spiral shaft with two AUGER SHAFT shear bolts and hex lock nuts . See Figure 24 . If you At least once a season , remove shear bolts on auger hit a hard foreign object or ice jam , the snow thrower shaft . Oil or spray lubricant inside shaft and lubricate is designed so that the bolts may shear . the auger bearings . See Figure 24 . If the augers will not turn , check to see if the bolts have sheared . Replacement shear bolts and hex lock nuts have been provided with the snow thrower . Shear Bolts When replacing bolts , spray an oil lubricant into shaft before inserting new bolts . SHAVE PLATE AND SKID SHOES The shave plate and skid shoes on the bottom of the snow thrower are subject to wear . They should be checked periodically and replaced when necessary . Bearings Figure 24 15
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• To remove skid shoes , remove the four carriage bolts , cupped washers and hex nuts Drive which attach them to the snow thrower . Auger Belt Reassemble new skid shoes with the four Belt carriage bolts , cupped washers ( cupped side _ Drive goes against skid shoes ) and hex nuts . Pulley • To remove shave plate , remove the carriage bolts , cupped w _ ishers and hex nuts which attach it to the snow thrower housing , Idler Reassemble new shave plate , making sure heads of the carriage bolts are to the inside of the housing . Tighten securely . BELT REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT Pulley WARNING : Remove the spark plug wire from the spark plug and ground . Pulley Drain gasoline from the fuel tank , or place a piece of plastic film underneath Figure 26 the gas cap to prevent gasoline from 7 . Unhook the support bracket spring from the leaking , frame . NOTE : It may be necessary to loosen the six nuts AUGER BELTS that connect the frame to the auger housing to aid in t . Remove the plastic belt cover on the front of the belt removal . engine by removing the two self - tapping screws . . Lift the rear auger belt from the auger pulley , See Figure 25 . and slip belt between the support bracket and the auger pulley . See Figure 26 . Repeat this step for the front auger belt . 9 . Replace both auger drive belts by following instructions in reverse order . Friction Wheel Pin Screws Cover Support Figure 25 Bracket 2 . Drain the gasoline from the snow thrower , or \ place a piece of plastic under the gas cap . 3 . Tip the snow thrower up and forward so that it 3ear rests on the housing . 4 . Remove six self - tapping screws from the frame cover underneath the snow thrower . 5 . Roll the auger belt oft the engine pulley . See Figure 26 . 6 . Unhook the idler spring from the hex bolt on the Idlel ; 7 auger housing . See Figure 27 . Pulley Spring Auger Bracket Housing Spring Figure 27 16
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DRIVE BELT 3 . Remove six self - tapping screws from the frame cover underneath the snow thrower . 1 . Follow steps 1 through 4 of previous instructions . 4 . Remove the klick pins which secure the wheels , and remove the wheels from the axle . 2 . Pull idler pulley up , and lift belt off engine pulley 5 . Using a wrench to hold the shaft , loosen , but do and friction wheel disc . See Figure 26 . not completely remove , the hex nut and bell 3 . Using a wrench , loosen the nut on the stop bolt washer on the left end of gear shaft . See Figure until the support bracket rests on the auger 29 . pulley . See Figure 28 . . Lightly tap the hex nut to dislodge the ball 4 . Slip belt between friction wheel and friction bearing from the right side of the frame . Remove wheel disc . See Figure 28 . Remove and replace the hex nut and bell washer from the left end of belt . Reassemble following the instructions in shaft . reverse order . 7 . Slide the gear shaft to the right , then slide the NOTE : The support bracket must rest on the stop friction wheel assembly from the shaft . bolt after the new belt has been assembled . See 8 . Remove the six screws from the friction wheel Figure 28 . assembly ( three from each side ) . Remove the friction wheel rubber from between the fdction Friction Wheel wheel plate , g . Reassemble new friction wheel rubber to the \ friction wheel assembly , tightening the six screws in rotation and with equal force . 10 . Slide friction wheel assembly back onto the gear shaft . Be sure to align the pin on the shift rod with the hole in the friction wheel assembly . See Figure 27 . Reassemble in reverse order . Figure 28 CHANGING THE FRICTION WHEEL RUBBER The rubber on the friction wheel is subject to wear and should be checked after 25 hours of operation , and periodically thereafter . Replace the friction wheel rubber if any signs of wear or cracking are found . 1 . Drain the gasoline from the snow thrower , or place a piece of plastic under the gas cap . 2 . Tip the snow thrower up and forward , so that it rests on the housing . Figure 29 17
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SECTION 11 " OFF - SEASON STORAGE NOTE : Fuel stabilizer is an acceptable alternative fuel in tank indoors or in poorly in minimizing the formation of fuel gum deposits WARNING : Never store engine with ventilated areas , where fuel fumes may during storage . Add stabilizer to gasoline in fuel tank or storage container . Always follow mix ratio found reach an open flame , spark or pilot light on stabilizer container . Run engine at least 10 as on a furnace , water heater , clothes minutes after adding stabilizer to allow it to reach dryer or other gas appliance . carburetor . Do not drain carburetor if using fuel stabilizer . 4 . Remove all dirt from exterior of engine and If unit is to be stored over 30 days , prepare for equipment . storage as follows : 5 _ 1 . Remove spark plug and pour one ( 1 ) ounce of Remove all gasoline from carburetor and fuel engine oil through spark plug hole into cylinder . tank to prevent gum deposits from forming on Cover spark plug hole with rag . Crank engine these parts and causing possible malfunction of several times to distribute oil . Replace spark engine . plug . 2 _ Run engine until fuel tank is empty and engine 6 . Follow lubrication recommendations in section stops due to lack of fuel . . 3 . Drain carburetor by pressing upward on bowl drain , located below the carburetor cover . NOTE : When storing any type of power equipment in an unventilated or metal storage shed , care WARNING : Drain fuel into approved should be taken to rust proof the equipment . Using a container outdoors , away from open light oil or silicone , coat the equipment , especially flame . Be certain engine is cool . Do not any chains , springs , bearings and cables . smoke . Fuel left In engine during warm weather deteriorates and will cause serious starting problems . 18
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SECTION 12 : Trouble Shooting Guide Trouble Possible Cause ( s ) Corrective Action Engine fails to start Fuel tank empty , or stale fuel . Fill tank with clean , fresh gasoline . Fuel will not last over thirty days unless a fuel stabilizer is used . Blocked fuel line . Clean fuel line . Choke not in ON position Move switch to ON position Faulty spark plug . Clean , adjust gap or replace . Key not in switch on engine . Insert key . Spark plug wire Connect spark plug wire . disconnected . Primer button not depressed . Refer to the engine manual packed with your unit . Fuel shut - off valve closed Open fuel shut - off valve . ( if so equipped ) . Engine runs Unit running on CHOKE . Move choke lever to OFF position . Blocked fuel line or stale fuel . erratic * * Clean fuel line ; fill tank with clean fresh gasoline . Fuel will not last over thirty days unless a fuel stabilizer is used . Water or dirt in fuel system . Drain fuel tank . Refill with fresh fuel . Carburetor out of adjustment . Refer to the engine manual packed with your unit or have carburetor adjusted by an authorized service dealer . Loss of power Spark plug wire loose . Connect and tighten spark plug wire . Gas cap vent hole plugged . Remove ice and snow from cap . Be certain vent hole is clear . Exhaust port plugged . Clean - see Maintenance section of engine manual . Engine overheats Carburetor not adjusted Refer to the engine manual packed with your unit or have properly , carburetor adjusted by an authorized service dealer . Incorrect fuel mixture . Drain fuel tank . Refill with proper fuel mixture . Excessive vibration Loose parts or damaged Stop engine immediately and disconnect spark plug wire . Tighten auger , all bolts and nuts . Make all necessary repairs . If vibration continues , have unit serviced by an authorized service dealer . Unit fails to propel Incorrect adjustment of drive Adjust drive cable . Refer to Adjustment section of this manual . itself cable . Drive belt loose or damaged . Replace drive belt . Refer to Belt Replacement in Maintenance section of this manual . Unit fails to Discharge chute clogged . Stop engine immediately and disconnect spark plug wire . Clean discharge snow discharge chute and inside of auger housing . Foreign object lodged in Stop engine immediately and disconnect spark plug wire . auger . Remove object from auger . Incorrect adjustment of drive Adjust drive cable . Refer to Adjustment section of this manual . cable . Drive belt loose or damaged . Replace drive belt . Refer to Belt Replacement in Maintenance section of this manual . Note : For repairs beyond the minor adjustments above , contact your local authorized service dealer . 19
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Gear Assembly Model 611 12 9 13 5 8 10 6 / • ( 9 11 REF , PART REF . PART NO . NO . DESCRIPTION NO . NO . DESCRIPTION 1 618 - 0123 9 721 - 0325 Housing - - R . H . Plug 618 - 0124 10 721 - 0327 Seal - Oil Housing _ L . H . Hex Screw 1 / 4 - 20 x . 75 11 Washer - Flat 2 710 - 0642 736 - 0351 12 Washer - Flat 3 711 - 1020 736 - 0369 Spiral Axle 22 " 711 - 0908 13 736 - 0445 Washer - Flat Spiral Axle 24 " 4 714 _ 0161 14 737 - 0168 Grease Key 5 715 - 0143 15 741 - 0662 Pin - Spiral Bearing - Flange 6 717 - 0526 Shaft - Worm 16 74 ! - 0663 Bearing - Flange 7 717 - 0528 Gear - Worm 17 618 - 0152 Ass'y . Complete 22 " 8 718 - 0186 Collar - Thrust 618 - 0120 Ass'y Complete 24 " 20
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Engine and V - Belts Model 611 IMPORTANT : For a proper working machine , use Factory Approved Pads . 2 \ V - BELTS are specially designed to engage \ and disengage safely . A substitute ( non OEM ) \ V - Belt can be dangerous by not disengaging completely . 4 8 9 11 lO \ 16 2O I 24 19 _ 21 RER PART RER PART NO . NO . DESCRIPTION NO . NO . DESCRIPTION 1 710 - 1652 Hex Washer Screw 1 / 4 - 20 x . 625 15 712 - 0181 Lock Jam Nut 3 / 8 - 16 2 731 - 1324 Belt Cover 16 756 - 0569 Pulley Half 3 732 - 0339 Extension Spring 17 736 - 0242 Bell Washer 4 710 - 0627 Hex Screw 5 / 16 - 24 x . 75 18 736 - 0505 Flat Washer 5 710 - 3005 Hex Cap Screw 3 / 8 - 16 x 1.25 19 736 - 0507 Washer 6 05896A Drive Clutch Bracket 20 754 - 0430A Belt 7 748 - 0234 Shoulder Spacer 21 756 - 0967 Auger Pulley 8 756 - 0985 22 736 - 0247 Pulley Half Flat Washer 9 754 - 0343 V - Belt 23 736 - 0331 Bell Washer 10 756 - 0984 Pulley Half 24 710 - 0696 Hex Cap Screw 3 / 8 - 24 11 736 - 0270 Bell Washer 28 748 - 0360 Pulley 12 710 - 0230 Hex Cap Screw 1 / 4 - 28 x . 50 26 710 - 0654A Hex Washer Screw 3 / 8 - 16 x 1.0 13 756 - 0313 Flat Idler 27 629 - 0071 Extension Cord 14 710 - 1245 Lock Cap Screw 5 / 16 - 24 OEM - 390 - 986 Electric Start Kit 21
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Blower Housing Model 611 15 18 13 14 32 3O 38 33 37 43 4O 42 22
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Blower Housing Model 611 REF . PART RER PART NO . NO . DESCRIPTION NO . NO . DESCRIPTION 1 712 - 0116 Lock Jam Nut 3 / 8 - 24 25 710 - 0703 Carriage Screw 1 / 4 - 20 x . 75 2 756 - 0178 Flat Idler 26 710 - 0604 Hex Washer Screw 5 / 16 - 18 3 784 - 5632A Auger Idler Arm 27 736 - 0169 Lock Washer 3 / 8 4 710 - 0459A 28 712 - 0798 Hex Cap Screw 3 / 8 - 24 x 1.50 Hex Nut 3 / 8 - 16 5 738 - 0281 Shoulder Screw 29 710 - 0451 Carriage Bolt 5 / 16 - 18 x . 75 6 736 - 0174 Wave Washer 30 784 - 5580 Snow Shoe 7 732 - 0611 Extension Spring 31 736 - 0242 Bell Washer 8 712 - 3068 Hex Nut 5 / 16 - 18 32 712 - 3010 Hex Nut 5 / 16 - 18 9 712 - 3010 Hex Nut 5 / 16 - 18 33 784 - 5576 22 " Shave Plate 10 736 - 0119 Lock Washer 5 / 16 784 - 5581A 24 " Shave Plate 11 05931 34 710 - 0451 Housing Carriage Bott5 / 16 - 18 x . 62 12 741 - 0309 35 684 - 0065 Ball Bearing impeller Assembly 13 710 - 0451 Carriage Bolt 5 / 16 - 18 36 715 - 0114 Pin 14 705 - 5226 Reinforcement Chute 37 618 - 0152 22 " Gear Assembly 15 684 - 0052B 22 " Housing Assembly 618 - 0120 24 " Gear Assembly 684 - 0039C 38 605 - 5252A 24 " Housing Assembly Spiral 22 " RH 16 712 - 3010 Hex Nut 5 / 16 - 18 605 - 5188A Spiral 24 " RH 17 736 - 0119 Lock Washer 5 / 16 39 736 - 0188 Flat Washer 18 736 - 0242 Bell Washer 40 741 - 0493A Flange Bushing 19 741 - 0475 Bushing 41 605 - 5253A Spiral 22 " LH 2O 784 - 5647 Chute Directional Control Bracket 605 - 5189A Spiral 24 " LH 21 731 - 1379A Chute Adapter 42 710 - 0890A Shear Bolt 5 / 16 - 18 x 1.5 22 712 - 0324 Hex Lock Nut 1 / 4 - 20 43 712 - 0429 Lock Nut 5 / 16 - 18 23 736 - 0463 Flat Washer 44 741 - 0245 Hex Flange Bearing 24 710 - 0451 Carriage Bolt 45 784 - 5618 Bearing Housing 23
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Handle Assembly Model 611 7 13 8 14 9 2 15 16 33 134 36 18 L 35 \ 20 25 27 22 43 \ \ \ 42 24
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Handle Assembly Model 611 RER PART REF PART NO . NO . DESCRIPTION NO . NO . DESCRIPTION 1 705 - 5234 Clutch Lever Assy - RH 23 736 - 0242 Bell Washer 2 720 - 0204 Grip 24 726 - 0100 Push Cap 3 731 - 1500 Pivot Rod Cover 25 720 - 0201A Chute Knob 4 747 - 0905 Pivot Rod 27 747 - 0697 Eyebolt 5 712 - 3010 Hex Nut 5 / 16 - 18 735 - 0234 Grommet only 6 736 - 0119 Lock Washer 5 / 16 28 705 - 5204A Chute Directional Control Assembly 7 735 - 0199A Rubber Bumper 29 784 - 5599 Handle Tab 8 705 - 5233 30 736 - 0119 Lock Washer 5 / 16 Clutch Lever Assy - LH 9 712 - 3027 Lock Hex Nut 1 / 4 - 20 31 710 - 3180 Hex Cap Screw 5 / 16 - 18 x 1.75 10 710 - 0262 32 710 - 3008 Carriage Bolt 5 / 16 - 18 x 1,50 Hex Cap Screw 5 / 16 - 18 x . 75 11 746 - 0776 Z - Cable 33 731 - 0921 Upper Chute 12 684 - 0047A Handle - LH 34 736 - 0159 Washer 5 / 16 13 705 - 5232 Panel 35 720 - 0284 Knob 14 684 - 0048A Handle - RH 36 712 - 0429 Hex Lock Nut 5 / 16 - 18 15 705 - 5231 Speed Select Panel 37 710 - 0451 Carriage Bolt 5 / 16 - 18 x . 75 16 710 - 0599 Hex Washer Screw 1 / 4 - 20 x . 50 38 710 - 0276 Carriage Screw 5 / 16 - 18 x 1.0 17 720 - 0223 Grip 39 731 - 1300A Lower Chute 18 747 - 0904 Shift Lever 40 731 - 0851A Flange Keeper 19 710 - 3015 41 710 - 3015 Hex Cap Screw 1 / 4 - 20 x . 75 Hex CapScrew 1 / 4 - 20 x . 75 20 712 - 3027 Hex Lock Nut 1 / 4 - 20 42 714 - 0104 Cotter Pin 21 732 - 0733 43 736 - 0185 Shift Lever Spdng Flat Washer 3 / 8 22 710 - 0788 Hex Washer Screw 1 / 4 - 20 x 1.0 25
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Frame Assembly Model 611 39 Drive Clutch Cable AugerClutch 4 13 Cable 7 11 10 \ 13 " Wheels 10 12 AugerClutch Cable I5 Blowe Housing 26
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Frame Assembly Model 611 RER PART RER PART NO . NO . DESCRIPTION NO . NO . DESCRIPTION 1 710 - 1652 Hex Screw 22 717 - 1445 Gear 2 784 - 5688 Drive Cable Guide Bracket 23 714 - 0126 Key 3 784 - 5687A 24 717 - 1444 Auger Clutch Cable Bracket 7 - Tooth Shaft 4 756 - 0625 Roller Cable 25 715 - 0249 Roll Pin 5 738 - 0924 Hex Screw 1 / 4 - 28 26 714 - 0143 Klik Pin 6 684 - 0030 27 684 - 0042B Frame Assembly Friction Wheel Assembly 7 741 - 0563 Bali Bearing 26 656 - 0012A Friction Disc Wheel 8 736 - 0105 Bell Washer 29 684 - 0013B Wheel Shift Rod Assembly 9 712 - 0116 Lock Jam Nut 30 746 - 0897 Drive Cable 10 741 - 0598 Hex Flange Bearing 31 748 - 0190 Spacer 11 736 - 0188 Flat Washer 32 684 - 0021 Friction Wheel Bracket Assembly 12 784 - 5689A 33 732 - O264 Front Support Guide Bracket Extension Spring 13 710 - 0538 Lock Hex Screw 34 712 - 0711 Jam Nut 3 / 8 - 24 14 736 - 0242 Bell Washer . 340 ID x . 872 OD Drive Cable 35 746 - 0898 15 714 - 0474 Cotter Pin 36 738 - 0889 22.2 " Axle ( used w / 13 x 4 tire ) 16 736 - 0160 Flat Washer . 536 ID x . 930 OD 738 - 0991 21.4 " Axle ( used w / 13 x 5 tire ) 17 710 - 0788 Hex Washer Screw 1 / 4 - 20 37 784 - 5617A Friction Plate 18 784 - 5590 Frame Shift Bracket 38 735 - 0243 Friction Wheel Rubber 19 784 - 5638 Frame Cover 39 718 - 0301A Friction Wheel Hub 20 710 - 0699 Hex Washer Screw 1 / 4 - 20 40 618 - 0063 Friction Wheel Bearing 21 736 - 0361 Flat Washer . 760 ID x . 50 OD 5 Wheel Assembly SIZE REF , NO . 1 REF . NO . 2 REF . NO . 3 REF , NO . 4 REF , NO . 5 REF , NO 6 WHEEL ASS'Y TIRE AIR RIM SLEEVE Klik Pin COMPLETE ONLY VALVE ONLY BEARING ( 2 ) 13x4 634L0114 734 - 1732 734 - 0255 734 - 1713 741 - 0401 714 - 0143 13x5 634 - 0166 734 - 1527 734 - 0255 684 - 0129 741 - 0401 714 - 0143 ( Used w / 22 " Housing ) 13 x 5 734 - 1714 734 - 1627 734 - 0255 734 - 1713 741 - 0401 714 - 0143 ( Used w / 24 " Housing ) 27
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MANUFACTURER'S LIMITED WARRANTY FOR : b . Routine maintenance items such as lubricants , filters , The limited warranty set forth below is given by MTD blade sharpening and tune - ups , or adjustments such PRODUCTS INC ( " MTD " ) with respect to new merchan - as brake adjustments , clutch adjustments or deck dise purchased and used in the United States , its posses - adjustments ; and normal deterioration of the exterior sions and territories . finish due to use or exposure . c . Log splitter pumps , valves and cylinders have a sepa - MTD warrants this product against defects in material and rate one year warranty . workmanship for a period of two ( 2 ) years commencing on d . MTD does not extend any warranty for products sold the date of original purchase and will , at its option , repair or or exported outside of the United States of America , replace , free of charge , any part found to be defective in its possessions and territories , except those sold through MTD's authorized channels of export distribu - material or workmanship . This limited warranty shall only tion . apply if this product has been operated and maintained in accordance with the Operator's Manual furnished with the No implied warranty , including any Implied warranty of product , and has not been subject to misuse , abuse , com - merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose , mercial use , neglect , accident , improper maintenance , applies after the applicable period of express written alteration , vandalism , theft , fire , water or damage because warranty above as to the parts as identified . No other of other peril or natural disaster . Damage resulting from the express warranty or guaranty , whether written or oral , installation or use of any accessory or attachment not except as mentioned above , given by any person or approved by MTD Products Inc . for use with the product ( s ) entity , Including a dealer or retailer , with respect to any covered by this manual will void your warranty as to any product shall bind MTD . During the period of the War - resulting damages . ranty , the exclusive remedy is repair or replacement of the product as set forth above . ( Some states do not Normal wear parts or components thereof are subject to allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts , so separate terms as follows : All normal wear part or compo - the above limitation may not apply to you . ) nent failures will be covered on the product for a period of 90 days regardless of cause . After 90 days , but within the The provisions as set forth in this Warranty provide the two year period , normal wear part failures will be covered sole and exclusive remedy arising from the sales . MTD ONLY IF caused by defects in material or workmanship of shall not be liable for incidental or consequential loss OTHER component parts . Normal wear parts and compo - or damages including , without limitation , expenses nents include , but are not limited to , belts , blades , blade incurred for substitute or replacement lawn care ser - adapters , grass bags , rider deck wheels , seats , snow vices , for transportation or for related expenses , or for thrower skid shoes , shave plates and tires . Batteries are rental expenses to temporarily replace a warranted covered by a 90 - day limited replacement warranty . product . ( Some states do not allow the exclusion or limita - tion of incidental or consequential damages , so the above HOW TO OBTAIN SERVICE : Warranty service is avail - exclusion or limitation may not apply to you . ) able , WITH PROOF OF PURCHASE THROUGH YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED SERVICE DEALER . To locate the In no event shall recovery of any kind be greater than the dealer in your area , please check for a listing in the Yellow amount of the purchase price of the product sold . Alteration Pages or contact the Customer Service Department of of the safety features of the product shall void this War - MTD PRODUCTS INC by calling 1 - 800 - 800 - 7310 or writ - ranty . You assume the risk and liability for loss , damage , or ing to P . O . Box 368022 , Cleveland , Ohio 44136 - 9722 . No injury to you and your property and / or to others and their product returned directly to the factory will be accepted property arising out of the use or misuse or inability to use unless prior written permission has been extended by the the product . Customer Service Department of MTD PRODUCTS INC . This limited warranty shall not extend to anyone other than This limited warranty does not provide coverage in the the original purchaser , original lessee or the person for following cases : whom it was purchased as a gift . a . The engine or component parts thereof . These items carry a separate manufacturer's warranty . Please How State Law Relates to this Warranty : This limited refer to the applicable manufacturer's warranty on warranty gives you specific legal rights , and you may also these items . have other rights which vary from state to state .
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