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Operator's Manual
Models
5021 R
(531309638)
5021 E
(531309639)
Read and keep this book for future reference.
This book contains important information on
Safety, Assembly, Operation, and Maintenance.
Product Imformation
The owner must be certain that all the product information
is included with the unit. This information includes the
INSTRUCTION BOOKS, REPLACEMENT PARTS, and
WARRANTIES. This information must be included to make
sure state laws and other laws are followed.
6210530X37NA
6210540X37NA
2007 - 07

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  • Page 1 Operator’s Manual Models 5021 R (531309638) 6210530X37NA 5021 E (531309639) 6210540X37NA Read and keep this book for future reference. This book contains important information on Safety, Assembly, Operation, and Maintenance. Product Imformation The owner must be certain that all the product information is included with the unit.
  • Page 2: Introduction

    Congratulations on your purchase. This Snowthrower has been designed, engineered and manufactured to give you the best possible dependability and performance. However, like all mechanical products, your machine will occasionally require adjust- ment and maintenance. This handbook should be read before operating or performing and adjustments on your machine. The instructions in this Owner’s Manual are written for a person with some mechanical ability.
  • Page 3: Rules For Safe Operation

    RULES FOR SAFE OPERATION This manual contains safety information to make you aware of the hazards and risks associated with snow throwers, and how to avoid them. The snow thrower is designed and intended for removal of snow, and should not be used for any other purpose. It is important that you read and understand these instructions, and anyone operating the equipment read and understand these instructions.
  • Page 4: Safe Operating Practices

    RULES FOR SAFE OPERATION WARNING: This machine is capable of amputating hands and feet and throwing objects. Read these safety rules and follow them closely. Failure to obey these rules could result in loss of control of unit, severe per- sonal injury or death to you, or bystanders, or damage to property or equipment.
  • Page 5 RULES FOR SAFE OPERATION 12.Never operate the machine at high transport speeds on slippery surfaces. Look behind and use care when operat- ing in reverse. 13.Disengage power to the collector/impeller when snow- thrower is transported or not in use. 14.Use only attachments and accessories approved by the manufacturer of the snowthrower (such as cabs, tire chains, etc..).
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    INTRODUCTION ............2 RULES FOR SAFE OPERATION .
  • Page 7 This unit has been designed and manufactured to provide you with the safety and reliability you would expect from an industry leader in outdoor power equipment. Although reading this manual and safety instructions it contains will provide you with the necessary basic knowledge to operate this equipment safely and ef- fectively, we have placed several safety labels on the unit to remind you of this important information...
  • Page 8: Safety Decals

    DECAL, DASH PANEL (Used on Model 6210530x37NA 5021R Only) DECAL, DASH PANEL (Used on Model 6210540x37NA 5021E Only) DECAL, HUSQVARNA DECAL, HUSQVARNA 5021R (Used on Model 6210530x37NA 5021R Only) DECAL, HUSQVARNA 5021E (Used on Model 6210540x37NA 5021E Only) DECAL, WARNING HOT MUFFLER...
  • Page 9: Owner's Information/Warranty Statement

    SECTION 2: HUSQVARNA’S OBLIGATIONS UNDER THE WARRANTY Husqvarna will repair or replace defective components without charge for parts or labor if a component fails because of a defect in material or workmanship during the warranty period.
  • Page 10 It is the Owner’s and Retailer’s responsibility to make certain that the Warranty Registration Card is properly filled out and mailed to Husqvarna Forest & Garden Company. This card should be mailed within ten (10) days from the date of purchase in order to confirm the warranty and to facilitate post-sale service.
  • Page 11: Assembly

    Read and follow the assembly and adjustment instructions for your snowthrower. All fasten- ers are in the parts bag. Do not discard any parts or material until the unit is assembled. WARNING: Before doing any assembly or maintenance to the snowthrower, remove the wire from the spark plug.
  • Page 12: Add Oil To The Engine

    ADD OIL TO THE ENGINE NOTE: Engine may already contain some residual oil. Check frequently when filling the crankcase. DO NOT overfill. The snow thrower was shipped with a container of 5W30 motor oil. This oil must be added to the engine before operating.
  • Page 13: Before You Operate

    ASSEMBLY KNOW YOUR SNOWTHROWER BEFORE YOU OPERATE Before you operate your new snow thrower, please review the following checklist: As you learn how to properly use the snow thrower, pay extra attention to the following 1741506...
  • Page 14: Operation

    Control and Equipment Features (Figure 3) Crank Assembly (1) - Changes the direction of the discharge chute. Chute Deflector (2) - Changes the distance the snow is thrown. Discharge Chute (3) - Changes the direction the snow is thrown. Auger Drive Lever (4) - Starts and stops the auger which propels the snow thrower.
  • Page 15: How To Control Snow Discharge

    HOW TO CONTROL DISCHARGE OF SNOW WARNING: Never direct the dis- charge of snow toward bystanders. WARNING: Always stop the engine before unclogging the discharge chute or the auger housing and before leaving the snow thrower. (Figure 3) Turn the crank assembly (1) to change the discharge direction of the snow.
  • Page 16: Before Starting The Engine

    BEFORE STARTING THE ENGINE Before you service or start the engine, familiarize yourself with the snow thrower. Be sure you understand the function and location of all controls. Make sure that all fasteners are tight. Make sure the fuel tank is filled with fresh, clean fuel.
  • Page 17: How To Start A Warm Engine

    13. (Electric Start) First disconnect the power cord from the three-hole receptacle. Then, disconnect the power cord from the switch box (9). NOTE: In temperatures below 0° F, allow the engine to warm up for several minutes before blowing snow. WARNING: Never run the engine indoors or in enclosed, poorly ventilated areas.
  • Page 18 For complete snow removal, slightly overlap leach previous path. When possible, discharge the snow down wind. The distance the snow will be discharged can be adjusted by moving the discharge chute deflector. Raise the deflector for more distance or lower the deflector for less distance. In windy conditions, lower the chute deflector to direct the discharged snow close to the ground where it is less likely to blow into un-...
  • Page 19: Maintenance

    CUSTOMER RESPONSIBILITIES SERVICE RECORDS Fill in dates as you complete regular service. Check And Tighten All Screws and Nuts Check Spark Plug Check Drive Belt Check Fuel Drain Fuel Lubricate Chute Control Flange Check Adjustment of Auger Control Cable Auger Drive Belt NOTE: Use the following maintenance section to keep your unit in good operating condition.
  • Page 20: After Each Use

    MAINTENANCE AFTER EACH USE LUBRICATION BEFORE STORAGE (Figure 5) Lubricate the chute control flange (7). Apply a clinging type of grease such as Lubriplate. HOW TO REMOVE THE TOP COVER (Figure 5) Figure 5 1741506...
  • Page 21: How To Adjust The Auger Control Cable

    HOW TO ADJUST THE AUGER CONTROL CABLE The auger control is adjusted at the factory. During normal use, the auger control cable can become stretched and the auger drive lever will not pro- perly engage or disengage the auger. 1. (Figure 6) Remove the “Z” hook (1) from the auger drive lever (2).
  • Page 22: How To Replace The Drive Belt

    HOW TO REPLACE THE DRIVE BELT The drive belt is of special construction and must be replaced with original factory replacement belt avail- able from your nearest authorized service center. 1. Remove the belt cover. See “How To Remove The Belt Cover.
  • Page 23: How To Replace The Auger

    HOW TO REPLACE THE AUGER Remove the belt cover. See “How To Remove The Belt Cover.” Remove the drive belt. See “How To Replace The Drive Belt.” (Figure 11) Remove the auger pulley (1) from the auger shaft (threads are left hand; turn clock- wise to remove).
  • Page 24: How To Replace The Spark Plug

    HOW TO REPLACE THE SPARK PLUG NOTE: This spark plug ignition system meets all requirements of the Canadian Intereference- Causing Equipment Regulations (ICES-002). NOTE: This engine complies with all current Australian and New Zealand limitations electro- magnetic interconference. The spark plug is housed in the engine compart- ment under the top cover and cannot be seen under normal conditions.
  • Page 25: How To Order Replacement Parts

    Be sure that all nuts, bolts, and screws are securely fastened. Inspect all visible moving parts for damage, breakage, and wear. Replace if necessary. 7. Cover the bare metal parts of the blower housing and auger with spray rust pre- ventative lubricant.
  • Page 26: Troubleshooting Chart

    Trouble Difficulty starting Engine runs erratic Engine stalls Engine runs erratic; loss of power Excessive vibration Unit fails to propel itself Unit fails to discharge snow 1741506 TROUBLESHOOTING CHART Cause Defective spark plug. Water or dirt in fuel system. Blocked fuel line, empty gas tank, or stale gasoline/petrol.
  • Page 27 Engine And Frame Assembly NOTE: Unless noted otherwise, use the standard hardware torque specification chart. The above parts group applies to the following Mfg. Nos.: 6210530x37NA 5021R 6210540x37NA 5021E Briggs and Stratton Yard Power Products Group Copyright © 2007 by Briggs and Stratton Corporation Milwaukee, WI, USA.
  • Page 28 Engine And Frame Assembly REF NO PART NO. ----- ----- 601 50 51 29 601 40 00 79 601 50 51 30 601 50 51 31 601 50 51 32 601 40 00 80 601 50 51 33 601 50 51 34 601 00 14 19 601 00 13 48 601 50 51 35...
  • Page 29 Engine And Frame Assembly NOTE: Unless noted otherwise, use the standard hardware torque specification chart. The above parts group applies to the following Mfg. Nos.: 6210530x37NA 5021R 6210540x37NA 5021E Briggs and Stratton Yard Power Products Group Copyright © 2007 by Briggs and Stratton Corporation Milwaukee, WI, USA.
  • Page 30 Engine And Frame Assembly REF NO PART NO. 601 40 00 81 601 00 10 06 601 40 00 73 601 00 14 18 601 50 51 61 601 50 51 62 601 50 51 63 601 00 14 45 Footnotes The above parts group applies to the following Mfg.
  • Page 31 Auger And Control Assembly NOTE: Unless noted otherwise, use the standard hardware torque specification chart. The above parts group applies to the following Mfg. Nos.: 6210530x37NA 5021R 6210540x37NA 5021E Briggs and Stratton Yard Power Products Group Copyright © 2007 by Briggs and Stratton Corporation Milwaukee, WI, USA.
  • Page 32 Auger And Control Assembly REF NO PART NO. 601 50 51 47 601 40 00 02 601 50 51 48 601 50 51 49 601 00 21 53 601 50 51 52 601 40 00 80 601 50 51 53 601 50 51 54 601 50 51 33 601 50 51 56...
  • Page 33: Discharge Chute

    Discharge Chute NOTE: Unless noted otherwise, use the standard hardware torque specification chart. The above parts group applies to the following Mfg. Nos.: 6210530x37NA 5021R 6210540x37NA 5021E Briggs and Stratton Yard Power Products Group Copyright © 2007 by Briggs and Stratton Corporation Milwaukee, WI, USA.
  • Page 34 Discharge Chute REF NO PART NO. 601 50 51 87 601 50 51 88 601 00 13 86 601 50 51 90 601 50 51 91 601 50 51 33 601 50 51 54 601 50 51 94 601 00 13 89 601 00 13 90 601 40 00 81 601 40 00 69...
  • Page 35: Handle Assembly

    Handle Assembly NOTE: Unless noted otherwise, use the standard hardware torque specification chart. The above parts group applies to the following Mfg. Nos.: 6210530x37NA 5021R 6210540x37NA 5021E Briggs and Stratton Yard Power Products Group Copyright © 2007 by Briggs and Stratton Corporation Milwaukee, WI, USA.
  • Page 36 Handle Assembly REF NO PART NO. 601 50 51 96 601 50 51 97 601 50 51 29 601 40 00 69 601 00 24 13 601 00 21 50 601 50 51 99 601 50 51 69 601 40 00 80 601 40 00 86 601 00 13 95 601 00 13 92...
  • Page 37 Chute Rod Assembly NOTE: Unless noted otherwise, use the standard hardware torque specification chart. The above parts group applies to the following Mfg. Nos.: 6210530x37NA 5021R 6210540x37NA 5021E Briggs and Stratton Yard Power Products Group Copyright © 2007 by Briggs and Stratton Corporation Milwaukee, WI, USA.
  • Page 38 Chute Rod Assembly REF NO PART NO. 601 50 51 80 601 40 00 82 601 50 51 81 601 00 14 04 601 50 51 82 601 40 00 82 601 00 14 05 601 00 18 17 601 50 51 83 601 40 00 81 601 40 00 79 601 50 51 35...
  • Page 39 Decals NOTE: Unless noted otherwise, use the standard hardware torque specification chart. The above parts group applies to the following Mfg. Nos.: 6210530x37NA 5021R 6210540x37NA 5021E Briggs and Stratton Yard Power Products Group Copyright © 2007 by Briggs and Stratton Corporation Milwaukee, WI, USA.
  • Page 40 DECAL, DASH PANEL (Used on Model 6210530x37NA 5021R Only) DECAL, DASH PANEL (Used on Model 6210540x37NA 5021E Only) DECAL, HUSQVARNA DECAL, HUSQVARNA 5021R (Used on Model 6210530x37NA 5021R Only) DECAL, HUSQVARNA 5021E (Used on Model 6210540x37NA 5021E Only) DECAL, WARNING HOT MUFFLER...
  • Page 41 Wheels NOTE: Unless noted otherwise, use the standard hardware torque specification chart. The above parts group applies to the following Mfg. Nos.: 6210530x37NA 5021R 6210540x37NA 5021E Briggs and Stratton Yard Power Products Group Copyright © 2007 by Briggs and Stratton Corporation Milwaukee, WI, USA.
  • Page 42 Wheels REF NO PART NO. 601 50 51 70 601 50 51 71 601 50 51 72 601 50 51 71 601 40 00 72 Footnotes The above parts group applies to the following Mfg. Nos.: 6210530x37NA 5021R 6210540x37NA 5021E Briggs and Stratton Yard Power Products Group Copyright ©...

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