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Front Tine Tiller
Model No. 247.29922
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    * OPERATION CAUTION: Before using * MAINTENANCE this product, read this * PARTS LIST manual and follow * ESPANOL safety rules and operating instructions. Sears Brands Management Corporation, Hoffman Estates, iL 60179, U.S.A. Visit our web site: FORM1/0. 769-05525 12/15/2009...

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    BackCover e 23 Off-Season S torage ........CRAFTSMAN FULLWARRANTY Whenoperatedand maintained accordingto all suppliedinstructions, i f this Craftsmanproductfails due to a defectin materialor workmanship withintwo years fromthe date or purchase,take it to any Searsor otherauthorizedCraftsmanlocationin the UnitedStatesfor free repair.Call 1-800-4-MY-HOME® for the nearestauthorizedlocation.

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    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.

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    Safe Handling of Gasoline: • Lookdownand behindand usecare whenin reverseor pulling machinetowardsyou. Toavoidpersonalinjuryor propertydamageuseextremecare in handlinggasoline.Gasolineis extremelyflammableand the vaporsare • Start the engineaccordingto the instructionsfoundinthis manual explosive.Seriouspersonalinjurycan occurwhengasolineis spilled and keepfeet well awayfromthe tines at all times. on yourselfor yourclotheswhichcan ignite.Washyour skin and •...

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    NOTICE REGARDING EMISSIONS • Do notchangethe enginegovernorsettingsor over-speed the engine.Thegovernorcontrolsthemaximumsafeoperatingspeed Engineswhich are certifiedtocomplywith Californiaand federal of engine. EPAemissionregulations for SORE(SmallOff RoadEquipment) are Maintainor replacesafetyand instructionlabels,as necessary. certifiedto operateon regularunleadedgasoline,and mayinclude Followthis manual f or safe loading,unloading,transporting, a nd the followingemissioncontrol systems:EngineModification (EM), storageof this machine.

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    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 TINES Do not put hands or feet near rotating parts.

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    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 Tillerisobserved fromthe operatingposition. OPENING CARTON Cut eachcornerof the cartonverticallyfromtop to bottom. Removeall looseparts. Removeloosepackingmaterial. REMOVING UNIT FROM CARTON Use the handlebarto lift and pullthe tiller backwardsto a flat...

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    Tightenthe boltsecurelyafter securingthe handlebrace.See Figure4. Locatethecarriagebolt, bell washerand hand knobpackedwith yourtiller. Tail Bracket Insertthe carriagebolt throughthe weldedbracketon the handle, bell washer,handlebraceand intothe hand knob.See Figure4. Selectone of the threehandleheightpositions(threenotchesin the weldedhandlebracket)and tightenthe hand knobto secure the handlein the desiredposition.See Figure4. Returnto the lowerhandleand tightenthe hexbolt securely.

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    ADJUSTMENTS Prior to operatingyour tiller,carefullyreadand followall instructions below.Performall adjustmentsto verifyyourtiller isoperatingsafely _and propery. Checkthe adjustmentof the wheels: Thetiller isshippedwith the wheelsadjustedso thatthe machinesits level.Thewheels needto be adjustedto meetyourtillingneedsbefore operation.This adjustmentismadeby removingtheclevis pin fromthe wheelyokeand raisingthe wheelsto thedesiredheight.See Figure8. Checkthe adjustmentof the forwardclutchcableas follows: Disconnectand groundthe spark plugwire againsttheengine.

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    Muffler Forward Tine Engagement Lever Handle Height Fuel Cap Adjustment Stake Oil Fill Cap & Dipstick Tiller Tines Figure12 Nowthat youhaveset up yourtillerfor operation,get acquainted with its controlsand features.Theseare describedon the next two pages The operationof anytiller can resultin foreignobjectsbeingthrown and illustratedon this page.This knowledge will allowyou to useyour intothe eyes,which can damageyoureyesseverely.Alwayswear newequipmentto its fullestpotential.

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    AiR FILTER DEPTH STAKE Theair filter is a deviceon the engineair intake that preventsdust and The depthstakecontrolsthe tillingdepth.See Figure12. dirt enteringthe engine.See Figure12. HANDLEBAR HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT MUFFLER The handleheightmay be adjusted.Loosenthe knobto changethe Engineexhaustexitsthe enginevia the muffler.See Figure12. position.Tightenhardwarewhencomplete.See Figure12. OIL FILL CAP &...

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    AND OIL FILL-UP Alcoholblendedfuels (calledgasoholor usingethanolor methanol) Oil (one bottle shipped with unit) canattract moisturewhich leadsto separation and formationof acids FirstTime Use duringstorage.Acidicgas can damagethe fuel systemof an engine Removeoil fill dipstick. whilein storage. With the tilleron levelground,usea funnelto emptyentire contentsofoil bottle providedintothe engine.

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    Repeat,if necessary,untilenginestarts.Whenengine starts, movechokecontrol graduallytowardthe RUNI _' I position.. 10. If enginefalters,movechokecontrol backtowardthe CHOKE I'_1 positionand repeatsteps5 though8. 11. ALWAYS keepthe throttlecontrol in the START/RUN (Rabbit) positionwhenoperatingthe tiller. TO STOP ENGINE Tostop the wheelsand tines,releasethe ForwardClutchBail. Movethrottlecontrolleverto slow (turtle)_ position. Wheneverpossible,graduallyreduceenginespeedbefore stoppingengine.

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    ADJUSTING THE HANDLE HEIGHT The handleshouldbe adjustedso that whenthe tilleris digging3-4" intothe soil, the handlefalls to aboutwaste-high. T o adjusthandle, simplyloosenthe handleknob, movethe handleto the desiredheight and retightenthe handleknob. See Figure17. Beforeclearingthe tines by hand,stop theengine,allowall moving partsto stopand disconnectthe sparkplug wire. Failureto followthis warningcouldresultin personalinjury.

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    Choosing the Correct Tine Speed With experience, y ou will findthe tillingdepthand tilling speed combinationthat isbest for yourgarden.Set theengine throttlelever at a speedtogive the engineadequatepowerand yet allowit tooperate at the slowestpossiblespeeduntilyou haveachievedthe maximum tillingdepthyoudesire. Fasterenginespeedsmay be desirable whenmakingfinalpassesthroughthe seedbedor when cultivating. Selectionof the correctenginespeed,in relationto the tillingdepth, will ensurea sufficientpowerlevelto do thejob withoutcausingthe engineto labor.

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    Terrace Gardening Tocreatea terrace,startat the top of the slopeand workdownGo backand forthacrossthe first row.See Figure22. Eachsucceeding Iowerterrace isstartedbywalkingbelowtheterrace youare preparing.Foradded stabilityof the tiller,alwayskeepthe uphillwheel inthe soft, newlytilled soil. Donot till the last 12"or moreof the downhilloutsideedge of eachterrace.This untilled strip helpspreventthe terracesfrom breakingapartand washing downhill.It also providesa walkingpathbetweenthe rows.

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    MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE Followthe maintenanceschedulegivenbelow.This chart describes Beforeperforming anytypeof maintenance/service, disengage all serviceguidelinesonly. Usethe ServiceLog columnto keeptrackof controls and stoptheengine.Waituntilall moving partshavecometo completedmaintenance tasks.To locate the nearest Sears Service a complete stop.Disconnect sparkplugwireandgrounditagainstthe Centeror to scheduleservice,simplycontactSears at enginetoprevent u nintended starting. A lways wearsafety glassesduring 1-800-4-MY-HOME®.

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    Removethespark plug bootand use a sparkplug wrenchto removethe plug.See Figure23. Boot Visuallyinspectthe spark plug.Discardthe spark plug if thereis apparentwear,or if the insulatoris crackedor chipped.Cleanthe sparkplug with a wirebrush if it is to be reused. Measurethe plug gap with a feelergauge.Correctas necessary by bendingsideelectrode.See Figure24.The gap shouldbe set to 0.030in.

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    Check Engine Checkoil beforeeachuse. Stopengineand wait severalminutes beforecheckingoil level.With the tilleron levelground,the oil mustbe to FULLmarkon dipstick. Removeoil fill dipstickand wipe cleanwith cloth. Replacedipstick intothe oil filler neck,but do not screwitin. Removeand checkoil level. Levelshouldbe at FULLmark. If needed,add oil slowly- recheck.Do not overfill. Wipedipstickclean, replacebut do not tighten.Removeand checkoil level.Oil levelshouldbe at FULLline on dipstick.

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    LUBRiCATiON After every 10operatinghours,oil or greasethe lubricationpoints.Use cleanlubricatingoil (#30 weightmotoroil is suitable)and cleangeneral purposegrease(greasecontaininga metallubricantis preferred,if available). Removethetines and cleanthe fine shaft. Usea file or sandpa- per to gently removeany rust,burrsor roughspots(especially Hex Stop aroundthe holesin the shaft). Applygreaseto the endsof the shaftbeforeinstalling t he tines.

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    TINES Thetines will wearwith useand shouldbe inspected a t the beginning of eachtillingseasonand after every30 operatinghours.Thetines Clevis Pin can be replaced.Referto the PartsList sectionof this manualfor part numbers. Tine inspection With use,the tines will becomeshorter,narrowerand pointed.Badly worntines will resultina lossof tillingdepth,and reducedeffective- nesswhen choppingup and turningunderorganicmatter.

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    Neverstoretiller withfuel in tank indoorsor in poorlyventilatedareasI wherefuel fumesmay reachan open flame,spark,or pilotlightas on a furnace,water heater,c othesdryer, or gas app ance. PREPARING THE TILLER Whenthe tillerwon't be usedfor an extendedperiod,prepareit for Neverleaveengineunattendedwhileit is running. storageas follows: Cleanthe tillerand engine. PREPARING THE ENGINE Followthe lubricationrecommendations a nd checkfor looseparts...

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    Before performing anytyped maintenance/service, disengage all controls and stoptheengine.Waituntilall movingpartshavecometoa completestop.Disconnect sparkplugwireandgroundit against t heengineto prevent unintended starting. A lwayswearsafetyglasses duringoperation or whileperforming anyadjustments or repairs. Reconnect w ire. Enginefails to start Sparkplugwire disconnected. EngineThrottleControlLeverincorrectlyset. Putleverin STARTposition. Fueltank emptyor stale fuel. Filltank with clean, freshgasoline.

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    Craftsman Tiller B IViodel No. 247.29922 _26 16...

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    Craftsman Tiller B IViodel No. 247.29922 686-0081A-0637 WheelBracketAssembly 720-0274 Grip,Handle 731-06253A HandleCover 911-0415 ClevisPin, .375x 1.75 714-04043 BowTie Cotter Pin 931-1645A ClutchBail Holder 936-0140 Fiat Washer,.385x .62 x .063 734-04547 CompleteWheelAssy.8 x 1.75 736-0242 Bell Washer,.340x .872x .060 738-0929 ShoulderScrew,.496x 1.4453/8-16 710-0805 HexHeadScrew,5/16-18x 1.50...

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    Craftsman Tiller B IViodel No. 247.29922 710-3005 Hex HeadScrew,3/8-16x 1.25 986-0091 ChainCaseAssembly 711-1036A Hex Nut,5/16-18 642-0002-0637 inner TineAssembly,RH 642-0003-0637 inner TineAssembly,LH ,7120266A . Jamlock Nut,3/8-16 Nut,1/2-20,Jam 642-0004-0637 OuterTineAssembly,RH 712-3029 Washer,.531x 1.62x .045 642-0005-0637 OuterTineAssembly,LH 736-0112 LockWasher,5/16 911-0415 ClevisPin,.375x 1.75 936-0119...

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    Briggs & Stratton Engine Model 12T102 For Craftsman Tiller Model 247.29922 1026 [2191 746 _ 1220 _ T_...

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    Briggs & Stratton Engine Model 12T102 For Craftsman Tiller Model 247.29922 836A...

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    Briggs & Stratton Engine Model 12T102 For Craftsman Tiller Model 247.29922 lOOS,),_,_,_,_! 1070 _ 1210 1211 305 _ 1036 EMISSIONS LABEL...

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    Briggs & Stratton Engine Model 12T102 For Craftsman Tiller Model 247.29922 121 CARBURETOR OVERHAUL 127 0 633A 358 ENGINE GASKET SET 883_?S 1095 VALVE GASKET SET S1 _)\ 1022...

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    Briggs & Stratton Engine IViodel 12T102 For Craftsman Tiller IViodel 247.29922 BS-699510 CylinderAssembly BS-690024 Shaft-Throttle BS-399269 Kit-Bushing/Seal ( MagnetoSide) BS-398185 Kit-IdleSpeed BS-299819s Seal-Oil(MagnetoSide) BS-691242 Pin-FloatHinge BS-692567 Valve-Choke BS-797439 Head-Cylinder BS-790624 Shaft-Choke BS-698210 Gasket-Cylinder H ead BS-790632 Tube-Breather BS-498978 Jet-Main(Standard) BS-699485...

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    Briggs & Stratton Engine IViodel 12T102 For Craftsman Tiller IViodel 247.29922 BS-795334 Shield-Cylinder BS-695087 Gear-Timing BS-699483 Screw(CylinderShield) BS-692564 Retainer-E Ring BS-790278 Gear-Idler BS-792723 Nut (Flywheel) BS-694258 Retainer BS-796964 Armature-Magneto BS-699477 Screw(MagnetoArmature) BS-795223 Canister-Carbon (EVAP) BS-795226 Hose-Air BS-491055s Plug-Spark BS-797441 Stud-Rocker Arm...

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    Craftsman Tiller Model No. 247.29922 777D14195 777S33498 777120358 777D14194 777X43688 777122502...

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    (Thispage applicablein the U.S.A.and Canadaonly.) Sears, Roebuck and Co., U.S.A. (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...

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    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, Roebuck and Co., U.S.A. makes this information available to the consumer on our emission labels.

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    Congratulations on makinga smart purchase.YournewCraftsman® Once youpurchasethe Agreement,a simplephonecall isall that it productis designedand manufactured for yearsof dependableopera- takesfor youto scheduleservice.Youcan call anytimedayor night, or tion. But likeall products,it mayrequirerepairfrom time to time.That's schedulea serviceappointmentonline. whenhavinga RepairProtectionAgreementcan saveyoumoneyand The RepairProtectionAgreement i sa risk-freepurchase.If you cancel aggravation.

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    Declaraci6n de garantia ......Pb,gina 43 Almacenamiento fuera de temporada.. Pb, g ina 63 Medidas importantes de seguridad ..Pb,ginas 44-47 Soluci6n de problemas ......P_,gina 64 Armado ..........Pb,ginas 48-50 Acuerdo de protecci6n para reparaciones Pb, g ina 67 Funcionamiento ........

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    Esta m &quina est& d iseSada para s er u tilizada respetando las normas La presencia deeste s imbolo indica que s e trata d einstrucciones de seguridad contenidas en este m anual. AI i gual que con cualquier tipo seguridad importantes que s e deben respetar...

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    • Si golpea algQnun objeto extra_oo si la m_quinacomienzaa emitir Manejo seguro de la gasoJina: un sonidopococomL]no a vibrar,apagueel motorde inmediato. Paraevitar lesionespersonalesy da_os materialestenga muchocuidado al Desconecteel cable de labuj[a, p6ngalohaciendomasacontrael motor manipularla gasolina.La gasolinaes sumamenteinflamabley sus vapores y siga los pasossiguientes: puedencausarexplosiones.Si se derramagasolinaencimao sobre la ropa se puedelesionargravementeya que se puedeincendiar.

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    ,, Observe lareglamentaci6n ylas normas respecto alaeliminaci6n AVISO REFERIDO A EMISIONES correcta de gasolina, aceite, etc. para proteger elmedic ambiente. Los motoresque est_ncertificadosy cumplencon las regulacionesde • SegQn laComisi6n de Seguridad de Productos para elConsumidor emisionesfederales EPAy de Californiapara SORE (EquiposSmall Off Road los Estados Unidos (CPSC) ylaAgencia...

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    SiIVIBOLOS DE SEGURIDAD En esta p&ginase presentany describenlos simbolosde seguridadque puedenapareceren este producto. Lea,entienday cumplatodaslas instruccionesincluidasen la m_quinaantes de intentararmarlay utilizarla. LEA LOS MANUALES DEL OPERADOR °_ Lea, entienda y cumpla todas las instrucciones incluidas en los manuales antes de intentar armar la unidad y utilizarla.

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    IMPORTANTE:Estaunidadse envfasin gasoNna ni aceiteen el motor.Antesde operarla rn&quina cargueel motorcon gasoNna y aceitecornose indicaen la secci6nFundonarniento de este manual. NOTA:Lasreferenciasa los ladosderechoe izquierdode la cultivadorase hacenobservandola rn&quina desdela posici6nde operaci6n. APERTURA DE LA CAJA DE CARTON Cortecada una de lasesquinasde la cajaverticalrnente, d e la partesuperiora la base.

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    Asegureel pernodespu6sde ajustarla trabade la manila.Yea la Figura4, Ubiqueel pernode carro,la arandelade campanay la perilla de manoempaquetados consu cultivadora, Inserteel perno de carroa travesdel soportesoldadode la manila,la arandelacampana,la traba de la manila,y dentrode la perillade mano,Veala Figura4, Seleccioneuna de las tres posicionespara la alturade la manila (tres muescasen la m6nsulasoldadade la manila),y ajustela perillade manoparafijar la manilaen la posici6ndeseada.Veala figura4, Regresea la manilainferiory ajusteel perno hexagonal...

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    AJUSTES Antes de operar sucultivadora,lea atentamente y cumplatodas las instruccionesque aparecena continuaci6n.Realicetodos los ajustespara verificarque la unidadest&operandocon seguridady correctamente, Tuerca he×agonal Verifiqueel ajustede las ruedas: La cultivadorase entregacon las ruedasajustadasde modoque la m_.quina est_ nivelada,Es necesarioajustarlas ruedaspara adaptarsea sus necesidadesde labranzaantes de hacerfuncionarla m&quina.

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    Silenciador enganche de marcha Filtro de hacia adelante de los dientes aire uste de la altura de la manija Tap6nde combustible Tap6n de de profundidaci Ilenado y varilla del nivel de aceite Dientes de la cultivadora Figura12 Ahoraque tiene la cultivadorapreparada para funcionar,farniliaricese con loscontrolesy funciones.Encontrar_.

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    FILTRO DE AIRE LLENADO DE GASOLINA Y ACEITE El filtro de aire es un dispositivode la tornade aire del motorque Aceite (se envia una boteila con [a unidad) irnpide la entradade polvoy suciedaden el motor.Vea la Figura12. Primeruso Saquela variiladel nivelde aceite. SILENCIADOR Conla cultivadorasobreterrenonivelado,utiliceun ernbudopara vaciardentrodel motortodoel contenidode la botellade aceite...

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    PARA ENCENDER EL MOTOR Conecteel cablede la bujiay la rnangade gornaa la rnisrna. Tengarnuchocuidadoal trabajarcon gasolina.La gasolinaes Lleneel dep6sitocon no rn_.s de 1/2 pulgadapor debajode la sumarnente infiarnabley susvaporespuedencausarexplosiones. parte inferiordel cuellode Ilenadoparaofrecerespaciopara la Nuncacarguecombustibleen la rn_.quina en un espaciocerrado expansi6ndel combustible.

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    PARA DETENER EL MOTOR Paradetenerlas ruedasy losdientes,suelteel ganchodel embraguede marchadirecta. Muevala palancade controldel reguladorhasta._la p osici6n SLOW(lento,representado por una tortuga)_ll_,. Siempreque sea posible,reduzcagradualmente la velocidaddel motorantes de detenerlo. Muevala palancade controldel reguladora la 3osici6nSTOP (detenci6n)_ u OFF (apagado). ElcombustibleGire la v_.lvula de cierrea la posici6nOFE Desconecte el cablede la bujfay hagamasaconel motorpara evitarque seenciendaaccidentalmente el equipoal dejarlosin de rueda de...

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    Estaca de profundidad La estacade profundidadfuncionacornoun frenode lacultivadoray controlala profundidad y la velocidada la cual funcionala rn_.quina. Retireel pasadorde horquillapara subiro bajarla estacade profundidad. V ea la Figura16. AJUSTE DE LA ALTURA DE LA MANIJA La rnanijadebe ajustarseparaque cuandola cultivadoraest_ labrandoa una profundidadde 3-4"...

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    Elecci6n de la velocidad correcta para los dientes Conexperiencia,podr_,encontrarla cornbinaci6n de profundidady velocidadde labranzarn_.s adecuadaalas necesidades de su jardin. Ajustela palancadel reguladordel motora una velocidadque d_ al motoradecuadapotenciay que al rnisrnotiernpole perrnitafuncionar a la rnenorvelocidadposiNe hastaque hayaalcanzadola rn_.xirna profundidadde labranzadeseada.AJrealizarlaspasadasfinales a travesdel lechode siernbrao al realizarla labranzatal vez sea deseaNeutilizarvelocidadesrn_.s r_.pidas del motor.La selecci6n de la velocidadcorrectadel motor,en relaci6ncon la profundidadde...

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    Labranza cuesta arriba y cuesta abajo Pararnantenerla erosi6ndel sueloal rninirno,aseg_rese de agregarsuficienternateriaorg_.nica al suelopara que rnantenga un nivelde hurnedad adecuado,y tratede evitardejar pisadaso rnarcasde ruedas. AI realizarla labranzaverticalrnente, t rate de hacerla prirnera pasadahaciaarriba yaque la cultivadoracavacon mayor profundidadcuandosube quecuandobaja. En sueloblandoo dondehay rnalezas,puedeser necesarioque levantelas barras de control levernente al ir cuestaarriba.AI realizarla labranza cuestaabajo,traslapela prirnerapasadaen aproxirnadarnente l a...

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    PROGRAMA DE MANTENIMIENTO Siga el cronograrna de rnantenirniento que se presentaa continuaci6n. Antesde realizar c ualquier t ipode rnantenirniento o servicio, Estatabla s61o describepautasde servicio.Utilicela colurnnaRegistro desenganche todosloscontroles y detenga el motor. E sperea quese de Serviciopara hacerel seguirniento de lastareas de rnantenirniento detengan cornpletarnente todaslaspiezasrn6viles.

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    Retirela fundade bujia y utiliceuna Ilavepara bujiaspara extraer la bujfa.Veala Figura23. Inspeccione visualrnentela bujfa.Elirninela bujfasi presenta rnuchodesgaste,o si el aislanteest,. agrietadoo astillado.Lirnpie la bujfacon un cepillode alarnbresi seva a reutilizar. Midala separaci6nde bujfacon un calibrador.Corrijade ser necesariotorciendoel electrodolateral.Veala figura24.La separaci6ndebeestablecerseen 0,030pulg. Verifiqueque la arandelade la bujfaest_ en buenascondiciones y coloquela bujia enrosc_.ndola a rnanopara no estropearla rosca.

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    Inspeccione el aceite del motor Controleel aceiteantes de cada uso. Detengael motor y espere variosrninutosantes de verificarel nivelde aceite.Con la cultivadorasobreuna superficiepareja,el aceite debeaicanzarla rnarcaFULL (lleno)de la varilladel nivelde aceite. Extraigala varillade rnedici6nde aceitey sequelacon un trapo. Vueivaa colocarlaen el cueilode Ilenadode aceite pero no la atornille.Saquela varillay verifiqueel nivelde aceite.El nivei deberiaestar en la rnarcaFULL (lleno) Si es necesario,agregueaceite lentarnente y vuelvaa controiar.

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    LUBRICACION Despu_sde cada 10 horasde funcionarniento, aceite o engraselos puntosde lubricaci6n-Useaceite lubricantelirnpio(esadecuado el aceitepara rnotores de peso#30) y grasade usogenerallirnpia (es preferiblegrasaque contengaun lubricantede metal,si hay disponible). Tuer¢a • Retirelos dientesy lirnpieel eje de losdientes.Useuna limao he×agonal papelde lija para quitarsuavernente cualquier6xido,rebabas detenci6n o asperezas(especialrnente alrededorde los orificiosdel eje).

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    DIENTES Losdientesse desgastanconel uso y se los debe inspeccionar a l Pasadorde comienzode cadatemporadade labranzay a intervalosde 30 horas horquilla de funcionamiento. L osdientesse pueden reemplazar. C onsulteel nQmero de piezaen la secci6nLista de piezasde este manual. Inspecci6n de los dientes Conel uso, losdientes seacortan,se angostany vuelven puntiagudos.El usode dientesmuy desgastados resultaraen p_rdida de profundidad de la labranzayen menoreficaciaparacortar y girar...

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    Nuncaalrnacenela cultivadoraconcombustibleen el tanqueen un espaciocerradoo en _.reas pocoventiladasdonde los gasesdel combustiblepuedanNegar a una Narna expuesta,una chispao un pilotocornoel que tienenalgunoshornos,calentadores de agua, secadoresde ropao algQnartefactoa gas. PREPARACI6N DE LA CULTIVADORA Si la cultivadorano se va a usarduranteun perfodoprolongado, Nuncadeje el motorsin vigilanciarnientras est,. en funcionarniento. prep_.rela parael alrnacenarniento de la siguienteforrna: Lirnpiela cultivadoray el motor.

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    Antesde realizar c ualquiertipode rnantenirniento o servicio, d esenganche t odosloscontroles y detenga el motor.Esperea que sedetengan cornpletarnente todaslaspiezasrn6viles. D esconecte e l cablede la bujfay p6ngalohaciendo rnasacontrael motorparaevitarqueseenciendaaccidentalrnente. Utilicesiernpre anteojos de seguridad durantelaoperaci6n o rnientras realizaajustes o reparaciones. El motor no arranca Reconecteel cable.

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    (Esta p_.ginase aplica s61oen EE.UU. y Canada.). Sears, Roebuck and Co., U.S.A. (Sears), el Consejo de Recursos Arnbientales de California (CARB) y la Agencia de Protecci6n Arnbiental de los Estados Unidos (EPA) Declaraci6n de garantia del sistema de control de emisiones (derechos y obligaciones de la garantia de defectos del propi=...

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    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 perJodo de duraci6n de las emisiones y la clasificaci6n de aire.

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    Felicitaciones por haberrealizadouna adquisici6ninteligente.El Unavezadquiridoel Acuerdo,puedeprograrnar el serviciocon productoCraftsman@ que ha adquiridoest_ dise_adoy fabricado tan s61orealizaruna Ilarnadatelef6nica.PuedeIlarnaren cualquier para brindarrnuchosa_osde funcionarniento confiable.Perocorno mornento del dia o de la nocheo prograrnar un servicioen linea. todoslos productosa vecespuederequerirde reparaciones.Esen El Acuerdode Protecci6nde Reparaci6n es una cornprasin riesgo. esernornentocuandoel disponerde un Acuerdode protecci6npara Si ustedanula por alguna raz6nduranteel periodode garantiade reparaciones le puedeahorrardineroy problernas.

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