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Craftsman 247.77013.0 Operator's Manual

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675 Series Engine
Model No. 247.77013.0
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Sears Brands
Hoffman Estates,
IL 60179, U.S.A.
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  • Page 1 OPERATION CAUTION: Before using o MAINTENANCE this product, read this o PARTS LIST manual and follow o ESPANOL safety rules and operating instructions. Sears Brands Management Corporation, Hoffman Estates, IL 60179, U.S.A. Visit our web site: FORMNO. 769-05107B 4/6/2011...
  • Page 2 D efectiveproductwill receivefree repairor free replacementif repairis unavailable. This warrantyisvoid ifthis productiseverusedwhile providingcommercialservicesor ifrentedto anotherperson. For warrantycoverage details to obtain repairor replacement, v isit the website: This warranty covers ONLYdefects in material and workmanship. Warranty coverage does NOT include: •...
  • Page 3 This machinewas built to be operatedaccordingto the safe opera- This symbolpointsout importantsafetyinstructionswhich,if not tion practicesin this manual.As with any type of powerequipment, followed,couldendangerthe personalsafetyand/orpropertyof carelessnessor error on the part of the operatorcan resultin yourselfand others. Readand followall instructionsin this manual seriousinjury.This machineis capableof amputatingfingers,hands, beforeattemptingto operatethis machine.Failureto complywith toes and feet and throwingdebris.
  • Page 4: Operation

    Safe Handling of Gasoline: • If the impellerstrikesa foreignobjector if yourmachineshould start makingan unusualnoiseor vibration,immediately shut Toavoidpersonalinjuryor propertydamageuseextremecare in the engineoff. Allowthe impeller t o come toa completestop. handlinggasoline.Gasolineis extremelyflammableand the vaporsare Disconnectthe sparkplug wire,ground itagainstthe engineand explosive.Seriouspersonalinjurycan occurwhengasolineis spilled performthe followingsteps: on yourselfor yourclotheswhichcan ignite.Washyour skin and changeclothesimmediately.
  • Page 5: Maintenance And Storage

    MAINTENANCE & STORAGE NOTICE REGARDING EMISSIONS • Nevertamperwith safetydevices.Checktheirproperoperation Engineswhich are certifiedtocomplywith Californiaand federal regularly. EPAemissionregulations for SORE(SmallOff RoadEquipment) are certifiedto operateon regularunleadedgasoline,and mayinclude • Checkboltsand screwsfor propertightnessat frequentintervals the followingemissioncontrol systems:EngineModification (EM), to keepthe machinein safe workingcondition.Also, visually OxidizingCatalyst(OC), SecondaryAir Injection(SAI)and ThreeWay inspectmachinefor anydamageand repair,if needed.
  • Page 6: Safety Symbols

    SAFETY SYMBOLS This pagedepictsand describessafetysymbolsthat mayappear on this product. Read,understand,and followall instructionson the machine beforeattemptingto assembleand operate. READ THE OPERATOR'S MANUAL(S) Read, understand, and follow all instructions in the manual(s) before attempting to assemble operate WARNING-- ROTATING BLADES Keep hands out of inlet and discharge openings while machine is running.
  • Page 7 Operation Of This Equipment May Create Sparks That Can Start Fires Around Vegetation. Spark Arrestor Required. Operator Should Contact Local Fire Agencies For Laws Or Regula= tions To Fire Prevention Requirements. Keep hands out of inlets while engine is running. Rotating blades STOP...
  • Page 8 IMPORTANT: T his unit isshippedwithoutgasolineor oil inthe engine. Be certain to serviceenginewithgasolineand oil as instructed in the Operationsectionof this manualbeforeoperatingyourmachine. NOTE:Referenceto rightand left hand sideof the YardVacuumis observedfrom the operatingpositionlookingforwardto the frontof the machine. OPENING CARTON Cut eachcornerof the cartonverticallyfromtop to bottom. Removeall looseparts.
  • Page 9: Attaching The Handle

    ATTACHING THE HANDLE 1. Removethehairpinclips from the handlebracketsand removethe carriagescrewsand wingnuts from the lowerhandle. a. Placethe bottomholesin lowerhandleoverthe pinson the handlebracketsand securewith hairpinclips. See Figure2. b. insert carriagescrewsthroughupperhole in lowerhandlefrom the inside and securewith wingnuts.See Figure2. 2. a. Unfoldthe upperhandleuntil italignswith lowerhandle.Make surethe rope guideis on the rightside of upperhandle.See Figure3.
  • Page 10 ATTACHING THE HOSE ASSEMBLY 1. a. Slidehoseadapterof hoseassemblyintothe baseadapter locatedon the left front of theYardVacuum.See Figure5. b. Pullspringloadedpin out on the baseand align pin with the first hole (closestto the end of the tube) in the hoseadapter. c. Releasethe pin to lock the hosein place. 2.
  • Page 11 ATTACHING THE BLOWER CHUTE NOTE:Thebag must be removedbeforeinstalling t he blowerchute. 1. a. Graspblowerchutewith one handand slide lockingrod on mountingbracketwith otherhand towardengine.Use the end of mountingbracketas leveragewhenslidingthe lockingrod.See Figure8. b. Slip blowerchute overrimof dischargeopeningand release locking rodto securechute in place,as in Figure8. c.
  • Page 12 Drive Control Speed Thr( Control Choke Control Starter Lower Hose Bag Handle Bracket Oil Fill Hose Assembl' Gasoline Fill Hose )ark Plug Wire Nozzle/Hose Blower Chipper Lever Chute Chute Nozzle Nozzle Heig Adjustment Lever Figure10 Nowthat youhaveset up youryardvacuumfor operation,get iMPORTANT:Movethe speedcontrolonly whenthe engineis running.
  • Page 13 BAG HANDLE Althoughmulti-viscosity oils (5W30, 10W30, e tc.) improvestarting in coldweather,they will resultin increasedoil consumption when Usedto grasp bagin orderto assistin attaching,removing,and usedabove32°E Checkyourengineoil levelmorefrequentlyto avoid emptyingbag.See Figure10. possibleenginedamagefrom runninglow on oil. Checkthe oil level makingcertain notto rub thedipstickalong the insidewalls of the oil fill tube.
  • Page 14: To Start Engine

    TopView Whenmovingthrottlecontrol lever,be carefulof heatedsurfacesand sharpedgeson mufflerguard. iiii_ FrontTab TO START ENGINE Attachspark plugwire and rubberbootto sparkplug. The bag/chuteswitch buttonmustbe fully depressedbythe tip of front tab on bag handleor blowerchute for engineto start. See Figure11. Makesurebag/chuteswitchwire is connectedto engineand groundedto mountingbracket.See Figure11. Gas tank shouldbe filled3/4 to full beforestarting.
  • Page 15 TO REMOVE BLOWER CHUTE Graspblowerchute withone handand pull lock rod on mounting bracketwith otherhand towardengineto release.Referto Figure 8 in the ASSEMBLY section. Removeblowerchutefrom overthe rim of the dischargeopening. USING THE NOZZLE VACUUM Placenozzle/hosevac leverin the top positionon the nozzleto vacuumthroughnozzle.See Figure15. Thespringloaded pin mustbe in the first hole(closestto the end Inner of the tube)of the hoseadapterto operatethe nozzlevac.
  • Page 16: Engine Maintenance

    MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE Before performing anytypeofmaintenance/service, disengage all Followthe maintenance schedulegiven below.This chart describes controls and stoptheengine. W aituntilall moving partshavecometo serviceguidelinesonly. Usethe ServiceLog columnto keeptrackof a completestop.Disconnect sparkplugwireandgroundittoprevent completedmaintenance tasks.To locate the nearest Sears Service unintended starting. A lwayswearsafetyglasses duringoperation or while Centeror to scheduleservice,simplycontactSearsat 1-800-4-MY-HOME®.
  • Page 17 Servicing the Air Cleaner Do notuse pressurizedair or solventsto cleanthe air cleaner cartridge. Theair cleanerpreventsdamagingdirt, dust,etc.,from enteringthe carburetor and beingforced intothe engineand is importantto engine life and performance. T heair cleanerconsistsof a pleatedfilter. Never run the enginewithoutan air cleanercompletely assembled. Cleanor replacetheair cleanerevery 25 hoursof operation.
  • Page 18: Cleaning Equipment

    Carburetor Adjustment ../ Thecarburetoron this engineis not useradjustable.ContactSears Parts & Repairforadjustment, Engine Speed Do not,attempt t o alterthe enginespeedby tamperingwith the engines governorlinkage.Doingsocould resultin seriouspersonal I injuryand damageto the engine.The engineRPM hasbeen set at thefactory. LUBRICATION • Wheels- Placea fewdrops of SAE30 oil on eachshoulderscrew oncea season.
  • Page 19 Removehexscrewon top of rear housingnear mountingbracket and the flangelock nutthat securesflail screen.See Figure20. Removeand cleanthe screenby scrapingor washingwith water. See Figure21. Reinstallthe screen. Beforeperforminganytype of maintenance on the machine,wait for all parts to stop movingand disconnectand groundthe sparkplug wire. Failureto follow this instructioncould resultin personalinjuryor propertydamage.
  • Page 20 SHARPENING OR REPLACING CHIPPER BLADE NOTE:Beforetippingthe unit, emptythefuel tank by runningengine untiltank isdry, and emptythe oil reservoiras describedinTo Drain Oil. Disconnectand groundthe spark plugwire. Removebagassemblyor blowerchute. Removethe three hexcap screwsholdingthe chipperchuteto the upperhousing.See Figure23. Removethe front hubcaps,flangelock nuts,front wheels,and wavewashersthat attachto the pivotarm assemblies.See Figure Removethe shoulderscrews,thrustwashers,and bell washers that go throughthe pivotarmsto the front supportbrace.The front supportbraceand lock nut can be removedat this time as well.
  • Page 21 Carefullytilt and supportthe unit up to provideaccessunderneath to the nozzlemountinghardwareand impeller.Removethe three shoulderbolts securingthe black plasticlowerflail housingto the lowerhousing.Referto Figure26. Black Tilt top of black plasticlowerflail housingtowardthe engineto Nozzle remove. Usinga 3/16"allen wrench,removetheflat headcap screwsthat hold the chipperblade to the impeller.Thesescrewsare acces- siblethroughtheopeningcreatedwhenthechipperchutewas removedearlier.See Figure27.
  • Page 22: Preparing The Engine

    Neverstoreyardvacuumwith fuel in tank indoorsor in poorly ventilatedareaswherefuel fumesmay reachan open flame,spark, or pilotlight as on a furnace,water heater,clothesdryer,or gas appliance. PREPARING THE ENGINE PREPARING THE YARD VACUUM Forenginesstoredover30 days: • Whenstoringthe yardvacuumin an unventilated or metalstorage shed, careshouldbe takento rustproofthe non-paintedsurfaces. To preventgumfrom formingin fuel systemor on carburetor Usinga lightoil or silicone,coat the equipment,especiallyany parts, run engineuntilit stopsfrom lackof fuelor add a gasoline...
  • Page 23 Enginefails to start Throttlelevernot in correctstartingposition Movethrottleleverto START/RUN position. Chokecontrolnot in CHOKEposition Movechokecontrolto CHOKEposition. Sparkplugwire disconnected Connectwire to spark plug. Faultysparkplug Clean,adjustgap,or replace. Fueltank emptyor stale fuel Filltank with clean,fresh gasoline. Cannotpull recoilcord Obstructionlodgedin impeller.Disconnectspark plugwire and removelodgedobject. Safetyswitchnotdepressed Safetyswitch mustbe depressedby thefront tab on the bag handlewhen securingthe bag.
  • Page 24 Craftsman 675 Series Yard Vacuum iVlodel 247.77013.0 ® "67 _'61...
  • Page 25 Craftsman 675 Series Yard Vacuum iVlodel 247.77013.0 Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref.No. Part No. Description 731-07001 HubCap 918-04460 Transmission Assembly 749-04163-0637 UpperHandle 981-04027 IdlerAssembly(Incl. Ref.#74-80) 720-0279 Knob 710-1650 ShoulderScrew,#12-24x .30x .46 710-1205 EyeBolt 710-1220 Screw,#12-16 x .750 781-1056-0637 UpperHandleBracket...
  • Page 26 Craftsman 675 Series Yard Vacuum Model 247.77013.0 27 / 21..
  • Page 27 Craftsman 675 Series Yard Vacuum iVlodel 247.77013.0 Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref.No. Part No. Description 664-0094 Bag Assembly 664-04039 681-0154-0637 ScreenAssembly 631-0083 ChuteAssembly 710-1054 Hex Screw5/16-24x 1.0 736-0247 FiatWasher.375 ID x 1.25OD 936-0217 LockWasher3/8 981-0490 ChipperBlade 781-0735 Pin Clip 710-1273 HexCap Screw,3/8-24 x 2.75...
  • Page 28 Craftsman 675 Series Engine Model No. 126T02 ForYard Vacuum Model 247.77013.0 j1019 LABEL KI'_ 383_'_ 718_ 1330 REPAIR MANUAL i1058 OWNER'S MANUA_ 505 @...
  • Page 29 Craftsman 675 Series Engine Model No. 126T02 For Yard Vacuum Model 247.77013.0 621 _ _ _;_ _._/ 966_ 443_ 616__ 692 | 633A @ 977 CARBURETOR GASKET 163_137_ 127<3 137( 633G 633A @ 276_ 121 CARBURETOR OVERHAUL 633A@ 633_ 163_...
  • Page 30 Craftsman 675 Series Engine Model No. 126T02 ForYard Vacuum Model 247.77013.0 358 ENGINE GASKET SET __329 REPLACEMENT ENGINE 1 921 '_\ 1005 689 O 1036 EMiSSiONS LABEL...
  • Page 31 Craftsman 675 Series Engine Model No. 126T02 For Yard Vacuum iVlodel 247.77013.0 " 697322 CylinderAssembly 691270 Spring-Valve (Intake) 399269 Kit-Bushing/Seal 691270 Spring-Valve (Exhaust) 299819t Seal-Oil(MagnetoSide) 694086 Guard-Flywheel 692194 Retainer-Valve 493279 Sump-Engine 691997 Slinger-Governor/Oil 691160 Head-Cylinder 692249t Gasket-Cylinder H ead 690548...
  • Page 32 Craftsman 675 Series Engine Model No. 126T02 ForYard Vacuum Model 247.77013.0 19069 FlywheelPuller 693981tt* Gasket-Float B owl 365. 692524 Screw(Carburetor) 146. 690979 Key-Timing 159. 691753 Bracket-AirCleanerPrimer 383. 89838 Wrench-SparkPlug 404. 690272 Washer(GovernorCrank) 163. 272653t*tt Gasket-AirCleaner 425. 690670 Screw (Air CleanerCover) 187.
  • Page 33 Craftsman 675 Series Engine Model No. 126T02 For Yard Vacuum iVlodel 247.77013.0 270344t*tt Seal-ORing(IntakeManifold) 262001 Bushing-Guide (Exhaust) 621. 692310 Switch-Stop 63709 Bushing-Guide (Intake) 692872 Bracket-Stopswitch 921. 698587 Cover-Blower H ousing Seal-Choke/Throttle Shaft 930. 691919 Guard-Rewind 633. 691321ff* Seal-Choke/Throttle Shaft 633A.
  • Page 34 Craftsman 675 Series Yard Vacuum iVlodel 247.77013.0 777S30270 777S33200 777X43688 ....DO .... I Operation Of This Equipment May Create USEE85 OR FUEL....= KEEP HANDS OUT OF D|SCHARGE OPEN|NO= Sparks That Can Start Fires Around CONTAiNiNG MORE = DO NOT...
  • Page 36 (Thispage applicablein the U.S.A.and Canadaonly.) Sears Brands Management Corporation (Sears), the California Air Resources Board (CARD) and the United States Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) Emission Control System Warranty Statement (Owner's Defect Warranty Rights and Obligations) EMISSIONCONTROL WARRANTY COVERAGEISAPPLICABLE TO CERTI- YEAR 1997AND LATERENGINES WHICHARE PURCHASED AND USED FIEDENGINESPURCHASEDIN CALIFORNIAIN 1995ANDTHEREAF- ELSEWHERE IN THE UNITEDSTATES (ANDAFTERJANUARY1,2001 IN...
  • Page 37 Look For Relevant Emissions Durability Period and Air index information On Your Engine Emissions Label Engines that are certified to meet the California Air Resources Board (CARB) Tier 2 Emission Standards must display information regarding the Emissions Durability Period and the Air Index. Sears Brands Management Corporation makes this information available to the consumer on our emission...
  • Page 38 Congratulations onmaking asmart purchase. Your new Craftsman@ Onceyou purchasethe Agreement,a simplephonecall is all that it product isdesigned and manufactured foryears ofdependable opera- takesfor youto scheduleservice.Youcan call anytimedayor night,or tion. But l ike allproducts, itmay require repair from time totime. That's schedulea serviceappointmentonline.
  • Page 39 La presentegarantiase anula si se utilizaeste productoalguna vezpara prestarservicioscomerciales o si se Ioalquilaa otra persona. Paraobtener informaci6n sobre el alcance de la garantiay solieitar la reparaci6no el reemplazo, v isite el sitio Web: Esta garantia cubre0NICAMENTElos defectos en los materiales y en la mano de obra. Esta garantiaNOeubre: •...
  • Page 40 Esta rn_.quina rueconstruidapara seroperadade acuerdocon La presenciade este sirnboloindicaque se tratade instrucciones las reglasde seguridadcontenidasen este manual.AI igualque irnportantes de seguridadque se deben respetarpara evitar concualquiertipo de equipo rnotorizado, u n descuidoo error por poneren peligrosu seguridadpersonaly/o materialy la de otras partedel operadorpuedeproducirlesionesgraves.Estarn_.quina personas.Lea y sigatodas lasinstruccionesde este manualantes es capazde arnputarrnanosy piesy de arrojarobjetoscon gran...
  • Page 41 • NuncaIlenelos contenedores en el interiorde un vehiculo Si el motorgolpeaun objetoextra_oo si la rn_.quina e rnpieza a pro- o carni6no caja de carnionetacon recubrirnientos pl_.sticos. ducirun sonidopococornOn o una vibraci6n, a pagueel motorde Coloquesiernprelos recipientesen el pisoy lejosdel vehiculo inrnediato.
  • Page 42: Mantenimiento

    MANTENIMIENTO Y ALMACENAMIENTO NO MODIFIQUE EL MOTOR • Nuncarnanipulelos dispositivosde seguridadde rnanera Paraevitarlesionesgraveso la rnuerte,no rnodifiqueel motorbajo irnprudente. C ontroleperi6dicarnente que funcionende forrna ningunacircunstancia. S i carnbiala configuracidndel reguladorel adecuada. motor puededescontrolarse y operara velocidadesinseguras. Nunca carnbiela configuracidnde f_.brica del reguladordel motor. •...
  • Page 43 SilVIBOLOS DE SEGURIDAD Esta p&ginarepresenta y describela seguridadlos simbolosque puedenpareceren este producto.Lea,comprenda,y sigatodas instrucciones en la m_quinaantesprocurarpara reuniry operar. LEA EL MANUAL(S) DEL OPERADOR Lea, comprenda, y siga todas instrucciones en el manual (manuales) antes procurar para reunir y operar ADVERTENCIA-- GIRANDO HOJAS Mantenga...
  • Page 44 IMPORTANTE:Esta unidadse enviasin gasolinani aceite en el mo- Manija superio_r tor.Antes de operar la m_.quina cargueel motorcongasolinay aceite Control de la transmisi6n como se indicaen la secci6nde Operaci6nen este manual. Guia de I Control de cuerda velocidad NOTA:Lasreferenciasa los ladosderechoe izquierdode la aspira- Soporte para la manija de Guia del dora para patiosse hacenobservandola m_.quina desdela posici6n...
  • Page 45 MONTAJE DE LA MANIJA Saquelosbrochesde horquilla de lossoportesde la rnanija,y saquelostornillosdel carroy lastuercasde rnariposade la rnanija inferior. SitOelos agujerosinferioresde la rnanijainferiorsobre los pernosde los soportesde la rnanija,y asegOrelos con brochesde horquilla.Vea la figura2. Insertelostornillosdel carrodesdeel lado de afueraa trav_s del agujerosuperiorde la rnanijainferiory asegOrelos c on tuercasde rnariposa.
  • Page 46 INSTALACI6N DEL iVIONTAJE DE LA iVlANGUERA 1. a. Desliceel adaptadorpara rnanguera del rnontajede la rnisrna haciael interiordel adaptadorbaseubicadoa la izquierday al frente de la aspiradorapara patios.Vea la figura5. b. Tire del pernocon resortedel ladoexteriorde la base,y ponga el pernoen Nneaconel primeragujero(el rn_.s cercanoal extrernodel tubo)del adaptadorpara rnanguera.
  • Page 47 INSTALAR EL CANAL DE SOPLADO NOTA:hayque refirarla bolsaantes de instalar e l canalde soplado. 1. a. Tomeel canalde sopladocon una rnanoy deslicela varillade seguridaddel soportede rnontajehaciael motorcon la otra rnano.Use el extrernodel soportede rnontajecornopalanca cuandodeslice la varillade seguridad. V ea la figura 8. b.
  • Page 48 DE LA BOLSA Se utilzapara tomar la bolsapara colocarla, sacarla yvaciarla. Vealafigura10. Cumple con los estandares de seguridad de ANSI Lasaspiradoras parapatiosde Craftsman cumplenconlosest&ndares d e seguridad del instituto estadounidense d e est&ndares n acionales (ANSI).
  • Page 49 CANAL DE SOPLADO frio _ 32° _ M_tscalient( Cuando seIounea la unidad elcanalde soplado seutilizaparasoplar o esparcir p otlospatios losdesechos queseacurnulan en losrnisrnos corno " W30 S E30--" potejernplo lashojas, l asagujasde lospinoso lasrarnaspeque_as. MONTAJE DE LA MANGUERA Tablade viscosidad del aceite Se usa cornoalternativadel usodel pico paraaspirarlosdesechos que se acurnulanen los patioscornopor ejernplolas hojaso las Aunquelos aceitesde viscosidadrnWtipie (5W30,10W30,etc.)
  • Page 50: Para Encender

    Vista Superior Paraevitar problemasconel motor,sedebe vaciarel sistemade combustibleantesde almacenaria m_.quina durante30 dfas o m_.s. Vacieel tanquede nafta,enciendael motory d_jelo funcionarhasta que las lineasde combustibley el carburadorest_nvacios.La siguientetemporadause combustible fresco.Consultelas Instruc- clonesde ALMACENAMIENTO si deseainformaci6nadicional. NOTA:Verifiqueperi6dicamente el nivelde combustibleparaevitar quedarsesin gasoiinamientrasest,. operandola aspiradorapara patios.Si la unidadse queda sincombustiblemientrasest,.
  • Page 51 Desconecteel cablede la bujia de la bujia y col6queloa rnasa contrael motorpara evitarque se enciendaaccidentalrnente rnientrasno se est,. prestandoatenci6nal equipo. Palanca de la DESCARGA DE LA BOLSA aspiradora Desenganche las tiras de la bolsade la rnanijainferior. Suelteel brochede la bolsaa presi6nde la partesuperiorde la rnanijainferior.Veala figura 13.
  • Page 52 LISTA DE iVlANTENIIVllENTO Antes de realizarcualquiertipo del rnantenirniento/servicio, suelte Siga la lista de rnantenirniento dada abajo.Estacarta describepautas todos los rnandosy pare el motor.Esperehasta quetodas las partes de servicios61o. U sela colurnnade Troncode Serviciopara guardar de rnovirniento hayanvenidoa una paradacornpleta.Desconecteel la pistade tareasde rnantenirniento cornpletadas. L ocalizarel rn_.s alarnbrede bujia y b_.selo contrael motorpara prevenirel cornienzo cercano Charnusca el Centrode Servicioo prograrnar el servicio,sirn- involuntario.
  • Page 53 Servicio Del Filtro De Aire Nouse aire presurizado o solventespara limpiarel cartuchode filtro de aire. El filtro de aire evitael ingresoal carburadorde suciedad,polvo,etc. perjudiciales y evitaque losmismosseanintroducidosdentrodel mo- tor.Adem_.s, d ichofiltro es importantepara la vida Qtily el rendimiento del motor.El filtro de aire constade un filtro plisado.Noponga nunca en funcionamiento el motorsin habermontadototalmenteel filtrode aire.
  • Page 54: Limpieza Del Equipo

    Limpieza Del Motor • Diariarnente o antes de cada uso, lirnpiehierba,barciao escornbros acurnuladosdel motor.Guardeencadenarniento, prirnavera, y rnandoslirnpios.Guardeel _.reaalrededory detr_.s del silenciadorsin cualesquiera escornbroscombustibles. • El cuidadodel motor lirnpioperrniteel rnovirniento a_reoaired- edor del motor. • Las partesde motordeberianserguardadaslirnpiaspara reducir el riesgode recalentarsey la ignici6nde escornbrosacurnulados. Estees sobretodo irnportante cortandola alta hierba.
  • Page 55 6. Saque eltornillo decabeza hexagonal delaparte s uperior de lacaja posterior cerca d el s oporte dernontaje, ylatuerca de seguridad delabrida q ue une lapantalla dedesgranado. Vea la figura 1 9. 7. Saque lapantalla ylirnpiela con uncepillo oI_.vela con agua. Vea lafigura 20.
  • Page 56 AFILADO O REENIPLAZO DE LAS HOJAS LA CORTADORA NOTA:Antes de inclinarla unidad,vaciarel dep6sitode combustible de funcionamiento del motor hastael dep6sitoest_ seco,y vaciarel dep6sitode aceitecomo se describeen Paradrenajede aceite. Desconecte el cable de la bujia y p6ngalode manera que haga masa contrael motor. Retireel montajede la bolsao el canalde soplado.
  • Page 57 Inclinela unidadconcuidadoy ap6yelahaciaarriba para obtener accesopor la parte inferioral materialde montajedel picoy al motor.Retirelos tres torniiloscon rebordeque aseguranel pico de pl_.stico negroa la caja inferior.Consuitela figura25. Pico de Inclinela partesuperiordel picode pl_.stico negro haciael motor para retirarlo. pl_stico Medianteuna IlaveAllen de 3/16",retirelos tornillosde cabeza negro planaque sujetanla hoja de la cortadoraal motor.Dichostornillos sonaccesiblesa travesde la aberturaque secre6 cuandoretir6...
  • Page 58 Nuncaalrnaceneel vacfode yardacon el combustibleen el tanque dentroo en Areasrnalventiladasdondelos vaporesde combustible puedenalcanzaruna Narna abierta, la chispa,o el pilotocornoen un homo,calentadorde agua,secadorde ropa,o aplicaci6nde gas. PREPARACI6N DEL MOTOR LA PREPARACI6N DEL VACiO DE YARDA Ya que los rnotores alrnacenaronrn_.s de 30 dfas: •...
  • Page 59 hayanvenidoa una paradacompleta.Desconecte el alambrede bujfay b_.selo contrael motorpara prevenirel comienzoinvolun- SiempreIlevepuestoscristales inastillables durantela operaci6no realizandocualquierajusteo reparaciones. Esta secci6nse dirigea cuestionesde serviciomenores. Localizarel m_s cercanoChamuscael Centrode Servicio o prograrnar el servicio,simplemente ponerseen contactoChamusca en 1-800-4-MY-HOME®. El motorno arranca La palancadel reguladorno est,. en la Muevala palancadel reguladora la posici6nSTART posici6nde arranquecorrecta (inicio)/RUN(dirigido).
  • Page 60 tuier tipodel rnantenirniento/servicio, sueltetodos los rnandosy pareel motor.Esperehastaque todas laspartes de yan venidoa una paradacornpleta.Desconecte el alarnbrede bujfay b_.selo contrael motorpara prevenirel cornienzoinvolun- SiernpreIlevepuestoscristabs inastillablesdurantela operaci6no realizandocualquierajusteo reparaciones. Esta secci6nse dirigea cuestionesde serviciornenores. Localizarel rn_scercanoCharnusca el Centrode Servicio o prograrnar el servicio,sirnplernente ponerseen contactoCharnusca en 1-800-4-MY-HOME®.
  • Page 61 (Esta p_.ginase aplica s61oen EE.UU. y Canada.). Sears Brands Management Corporation, el Consejo de Recursos Ambientales de California (CARB) y la Agencia de Protecci6n Ambiental de los Estados Unidos (EPA) Declaraci6n de garantia del sistema de control de emisiones (derechos y obligaciones de la garanfia de defectos del propi= etario)
  • Page 62 Busque el periodo de duraci6n de emisiones importantes yla informaci6n de clasificaci6n de aire en la etiqueta de emisiones de su motor Los motores cuyo cumpiimiento con los estAndares de emisi6n Tier 2 de la Comisi6n de Recursos Ambientales de California (CARB) est6 certificado deben exhibir la informaci6n relacionada con el periodo de duraci6n de ias emisiones y la clasificaci6n de aire.
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