LEAF/LAWN SWEEPER Model No. 486.240362 CAUTION: Before using this product, read this manual and follow all Safety Rules and Operating Instructions. Sears, Roebuck and Co., Hoffman Estates, IL 60179 U.S.A. www.sears.com/craftsman PRINTED IN U.S.A. ® DO NOT RETURN TO STORE...
PARTS ORDERING/SERVICE ... Back Cover WARRANTY MODEL NUMBER: SERIAL NUMBER: DATE OF PURCHASE: SAFETY CAUTION: VEHICLE BRAKING AND STABILITY MAY BE AFFECTED WITH THE ADDITION OF AN ACCESSORY OR AN ATTACHMENT. BE AWARE OF CHANGING CONDITIONS ON SLOPES. 486.240362 __________________ __________________...
TOOLS REQUIRED FOR ASSEMBLY (1) Phillips Screwdriver (1) Adjustable Wrench (1) 7/16" Open End or Box Wrench 1. Assemble the two Handle Leg Stand Tubes to the Sweeper Housing, using two hex bolts 1/4-20 x 1- 1/4" long, ﬂ at washers and 1/4-20 hex lock nuts, per handle.
7. Assemble the two plastic rod caps to the rod ends of the bottom bag rod. Assemble two Palnuts to the ends of the top bag rod. See ﬁ gure 5. FIGURE 5 8. Assemble the two plastic caps 3/4" x 7/8" onto the ends of the leg stands as shown in ﬁ...
11. Hook the elastic straps on the bag ﬂ aps under the bag rod clips on the lower handle tubes as shown in ﬁ gure FIGURE 9 Take care when operating your sweeper. Operating your sweeper according to these instructions will help prevent damage and prolong the life of your sweeper.
The bearings in the sweeper have been prelubricated at the factory. It is recommended that a few drops of light oil be added to the brush shaft bearings twice a year. The wheels should be removed to clean gears every two years.
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