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Operator's
Manual
®
24" SNOW THROWER
Model No. 247.883550
CAUTION:
Before
using
this product,
read this
manual
and follow
all
safety
rules
and operating
instructions,
• SAFETY
ASSEMBLY
OPERATION
MAINTENANCE
PARTS LIST
ESPA_IOL
Sears, Roebuck
and Co., Hoffman
Estates,
IL 60179, U.S.A.
Visit our website:
www, craftsrnan.com
FORMNO.769-01888D
7/19/2007

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  • Page 1 Operator's Manual ® 24" SNOW THROWER Model No. 247.883550 • SAFETY ASSEMBLY OPERATION MAINTENANCE PARTS LIST CAUTION: Before using ESPA_IOL this product, read this manual and follow safety rules and operating instructions, Sears, Roebuck and Co., Hoffman Estates, IL 60179, U.S.A. Visit our website: www, craftsrnan.com FORMNO.769-01888D...
  • Page 2 PartsList......Pages 26-35 Assembly ......Pages 8-11 Espa_ol ......Page 38 Operation ......Pages 12-15 Two -YearWarranty on Craftsman Snow Thrower This equipment iscovered by atwo-year warranty, provided that i tismaintained, lubricated, and tuned u paccording tothe instructions inthe operator's manual.
  • Page 3 Congratulations on makinga smartpurchase.YournewCraftsman® Purchase a RepairProtectionAgreementnowand protectyourself productis designedand manufactured for yearsof dependableopera- from unexpectedhassleand expense. tion. But likeall products,it mayrequirerepairfrom time to time.That's Onceyou purchasethe Agreement,a simplephonecall is all that it whenhavinga RepairProtectionAgreementcansave youmoneyand takesfor you to scheduleservice.Youcan call anytimeday or night, or aggravation.
  • Page 4 This machine was built tobeoperated according totherules f or safe operation inthis manual. Aswith any type ofpower equipment, which, ifnot f ollowed, could e ndanger the personal This symbol points out i mportant safety i nstructions carelessness orerror onthe part o fthe operator can result inserious safety and/or property ofyourself and others.
  • Page 5: Operation

    OPERATION MAINTENANCE & STORAGE Do not put hands or feet near rotatingparts, in the auger/impeller Nevertamperwith safetydevices.Checktheir properoperation housingor chuteassembly.Contactwiththe rotatingparts can amputate regularly.Referto the maintenanceandadjustmentsectionsof this handsand feet. manual. The auger/impellercontrol leveris a safetydevice.Neverbypassits Beforecleaning, repairing,or inspectingmachinedisengageall control operation.Doingso makesthe machineunsafeand maycause personal leversand stop the engine.Wait until the auger/impellercome to a injury.
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  • Page 7 1. KEEP AWAY FROMROTATING iMPELLER AND AUGER. C ONTACT WiTHiMPELLER OR AUGER CANAMPUTATE HANDS ANDFEET. 2. USECLEAN-OUT T OOL TOUNCLOG DISCHARGE C HUTE. 3. DISENGAGE CLUTCH L EVERS, STOP ENGINE, ANDREMAIN BEHIND HANDLES U NTIL ALL MOVING PARTS HAVE STOPPED BEFORE UNCLOGGING ORSERViCiNG MACHINE.
  • Page 8: Removing From Carton

    NOTE:References to rightor left sideof the snow throwerare determined from behindthe unit in the operatingposition(standing directlybehindthe snow thrower,facing thehandle panel). REMOVING FROM CARTON Cut the cornersof the cartonand lay the sidesflat on the ground. Removeand discardall packinginserts. Movethe snowthrowerout of the carton. Makecertainthe carton has beencompletelyemptiedbefore discardingit.
  • Page 9 Positionthechute assemblyoverthe base. See Figure3. Closethe flangekeepersto securethe chuteassemblyto the chute base.See Figure4. The flangekeeperswill click into place whenproperlysecure. NOTE:If theflangekeeperswill noteasily click intoplace,use the palmof your handto applyswift,firm pressureto the backof each. Removetheflat washerand hairpinclip from the end of the chutedirectionalcontrol.
  • Page 10 SET-UP Chute Clean=Out Tool A chute clean-out tool is fastenedto the top of the augerhousing with a mountingclip. See Figure6. The tool is designedto cleara chuteassemblyof ice andsnow.This item is fastenedwith a cabletie at the factory.Cut the cabletie beforeoperatingthe snowthrower. _leveruseyourhandsto cleara cloggedchuteassembly.Shutoff _ngine and remainbehindhandlesuntilall movingparts havestoppedI _oefore u singthe clean-outtool to clearthe chute assembly,...
  • Page 11 Chute Assembly The distancesnowis throwncan be adjustedby changingthe angle of the chuteassembly.Todo so: Stopthe engineby removingthe ignitionkeyand loosenthe plasticwing knobfoundon the left sideof the chute assembly. Pivotthe chute upwardor downwardbeforeretightening the wing knob. See Figure8. Auger Control Priorto operatingyoursnowthrower,carefullyreadand follow all instructionsbelow.Performall adjustmentsto verifyyoursnow throweris operatingsafelyand properly.
  • Page 12 Electric S tartButton Chute Assembly GasCap \ ,Shift Lever OilFill ,4_----"-""-ChuteDirectionalControl Clean-0_ EngineControls Recoil S tarter liar=die Electric Starter0gtiet Primer \ Choke X L__-€ Augers Figure10 IGNITION Now that youhavesetupyour snowthrower,it's importantto become acquainted with its controlsand features.Referto Figure10. The ignitionkey isa safety device.It mustbe fully insertedin orderfor the engineto start.
  • Page 13: Throttle Control

    THROTTLE CONTROL DRIVE CONTROL/AUGER CONTROL LOCK The throttlecontrolis locatedon the rear of the engine. DRIVE It regulatesthe speedofthe engineand will shut off the enginewhenmovedintothe STOPposition. CONTROL RECOIL STARTER HANDLE This handleis usedto manuallystartthe engine. ELECTRIC STARTER BUTTON Pressingthe electricstarterbuttonengagesthe engine's electricstarterwhen pluggedinto a 120Vpowersource.
  • Page 14: Clean-Out Tool

    CLEAN-OUT TOOL NOTE:A plasticdust cap maybe found insidethe fuel fill opening. Removeand discard,if present. Alwaysfill thefuel tank outdoorsand use a funnelor spout to useyourhandsto cleara cloggedchuteassembly.Shutoff preventspilling. engineand remainbehindhandlesuntilall movingparts havestopped Fillfuel tank with clean,fresh,unleadedgasoline. 3eforeusingthe clean-outtool to clearthe chute assembly. Neverfill thefuel tank completely.Fillthe tank to within 1/2"...
  • Page 15: To Engage Augers

    Once theenginestarts, releasestarterbutton. NOTE: Whenselectinga Drive Speed,usethe slowerspeedsuntil you are comfortableand familiarwiththe operationof the snow As the enginewarms,slowlyrotatechokecontrolto the OFF thrower. position.If the enginefalters,quicklyrotatechoke controlback to FULL I,,a¢lthenslowlyintothe OFF positionagain. Squeezethe drivecontrolagainstthe handleand the snow Whendisconnecting the extensioncord, alwaysunplugthe end throwerwill move.Releaseit and drive motionwill stop.
  • Page 16: Checking And Changing Engine Oil

    ENGINE MAINTENANCE --,, Beforelubricating, repairing,or inspecting, disengageall controls land stop engine.Wait untilall movingparts havecome to a complete |stop. FULL Checking Engine Be sureengine is uprightand level. Maintain oil level Unscrewoil fill capfrom oil fillertube and wipedipstickclean. between FULL and ADD Screwoil fill capback into oil filler tube.Tightensecurely.
  • Page 17 Checking Spark Plug Checksparkplug yearlyor every 100operatinghours Cleanarea aroundspark plug. Remove and inspectspark plug. Replace spark plug if porcelainiscrackedor if electrodesare pitted,burnedor fouledwith deposits Checkelectrodegap with a feelergaugeand set gap to .030 (0.76ram)if necessary.See Figure14. Reinstall spark plugand tightensecurely. NOTE:A resistorsparkplug must be usedfor replacement. C ontacta 1..030 (.76 ram)Gap SearsPartsand RepairCenterfor a replacement s park plug.
  • Page 18: Shave Plate And Skid Shoes

    SHAVE PLATE AND SKID SHOES -',, Theshaveplateand skid shoes on the bottomof the snowthrowerare subjectto wear.They shouldbe checkedperiodicallyand replaced whennecessary. Toremoveskid shoes: Removethe four carriagebolts and hexflangenuts whichsecure themto thesnow thrower. Reassemble newskid shoes with thefour carriagebolts(two on eachside)and hexflangenuts.Referto Figure17. Toremoveshave plate: Removethe carriageboltsand hexnuts whichattach it to the snowthrowerhousing.
  • Page 19: Belt Replacement

    Chute Bracket If thespiral at the bottomof the chute directionalcontrolis notfully engagingwith the chuteassembly,the chute bracketcan be adjusted. To do so: Loosenthe two nuts which securethechute bracketand reposi- tion it slightly.See Figure19. Retightenthenuts. Auger Control Referto the Assemblysectionfor instructionson adjustingthe auger controlcable.
  • Page 20 Removethe frame coverfrom the undersideof the snow thrower by removingfourself-tappingscrewswhich secureit. See Figure Removethe beltas follows.Referto Figure23. Loosenand removetheshoulderscrewwhich actsas a belt keeper. Unhookthesupportbracketspringfromthe frame. Removethe beltfrom aroundthe augerpulley,and slip the belt betweenthesupportbracketand theauger pulley.See Figure24. Reassemble auger beltby followinginstructionsin reverseorder. NOTE:Do NOTforgetto reinstallthe shoulderscrewand reconnect the springto theframeafter installinga replacementaugerbelt.
  • Page 21: Friction Wheel Removal

    Removethe beltas follows.Referto Figure25. Rollthe auger beltoff theengine pulley. Use a wrenchto pivotthe idler pulleytowardthe right. Lift the drive beltoff enginepulley. Carefullypivotthe snowthrowerup and forwardso that it restson the auger housing. Removethe framecoverfrom the undersideof thesnow thrower by removingfour self-tapping screwswhich secureit. Referto Figure22.
  • Page 22 Carefullyremovethe hex nutand washerwhichsecuresthe hex shaftto the snowthrowerframeand lightlytap the shaft'send to dislodgethe ball bearingfrom the rightside ofthe frame.See Figure28. NOTE:Be carefulnot to damagethe threadson the shaft. Carefullypositionthe hexshaftdownwardand to the left before carefullyslidingthe frictionwheelassemblyoff the shaft. See Figure29. NOTE: If you'rereplacingthe frictionwheelassemblyas a whole, discardthe wornpart and slidethe newpart ontothe hexshaft.
  • Page 23: Maintenance Schedule

    MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE Beforeperforming anytypeof maintenance/service, disengage all Followthe maintenance schedulegiven below•This chart describes controlsandstoptheengine. W aituntilall movingpartshavecometo serviceguidelinesonly.Use the ServiceLog columnto keeptrack of a complete stop.Disconnect sparkplugwireand ground it against t he completedmaintenance tasks•To locate the nearest Sears Service enginetoprevent u nintended starting. A lwayswearsafetyglassesduring Centeror to scheduleservice,simplycontactSears at 1-800-4-MY-HOME®.
  • Page 24: Preparing Engine

    If the snowthrowerwill not be usedfor30 daysor longer,or if it is the end of the snowseasonwhenthe last possibilityof snow isgone,the equipmentneedsto be stored properly.Followstorageinstructionsbelowto ensuretop performance from the snow throwerfor many moreyears. PREPARING SNOW THROWER PREPARING ENGINE Whenstoringthe snowthrowerin an unventilatedor metalstor- Short-Term Storage age shed, careshouldbe takento rustproofthe equipment.Using...
  • Page 25 Beforeperforming anytypeof maintenance/service, disengage all controlsandstoptheengine. W aituntilall movingpartshavecometo a complete stop.Disconnect sparkplugwireandgrounditagainstthe enginetopreventunintended starting. A lwayswearsafetyglassesdurinc operation or whileperforming anyadjustments or repairs. Thissectionaddressesminor service issues,To locatethe nearestSears Service Center or to schedule service,simplycontactSears at 1-800-4-MY-HOME®. Enginefails to start Chokecontrol notin ON position Movechoke controlto ON position.
  • Page 26 Craftsman Snow Thrower Model 247.883550...
  • Page 27 Craftsman Snow Thrower Model 247.883550 731-2635 SnowRemoval T oolMount 684-04265 HousingAssembly,Auger 24" 684-04057A 684-04107 ImpellerAssembly,12"Dia. SpiralAssembly,LH 710-0347 Hex Screw,3/8-16, 1.75,Gr5 684-04108 SpiralAssembly,RH 710-0451 Bolt,Carriage,5/16-18,.750Grl 731-04870 Spacer,1.25OD x .75ID x 1.00 710-04484 Screw, 5/16-18,0.750 736-0188 Washer,Flat, .76x 1.49x .06 710-0703 741-0493A Screw,Carriage,1/4-20,.750,Gr5...
  • Page 28 Craftsman Snow Thrower Model 247.883550 ×...
  • Page 29 Craftsman Snow Thrower Model 247.883550 631-04133A 710-04484 HandleAss'y,Lock LH Screw,5/16-18,2.25, Gr5 631-04134B 714-0104 i Pin,Cotter, .072x 1.13 HandleAss'y,Lock, RH 684-04105B 720-0201A Crank Knob,1.0Dia.x 3.2, Black HandleAss'y,EngagementLH 684-04106B 720-0284 HandleAss'y,Engagement, R H KnobAssembly,Black,5/16-18 710-0376 726-0100 Screw,Self-tapping,5/16-18,.625 I Cap, Push,3/8 Rod 710-04484 735-0234 Screw,Self-tapping,5/16-18,.750...
  • Page 30 Craftsman Snow Thrower Model 247.883550...
  • Page 31 Craftsman Snow Thrower Model 247.883550 D" 656-04025A 790-00207A DiscAssembly,FrictionWheel Guide Bracket,DriveCable 684-04153 790-00316 Cover,Frame FrictionWheelAssembly,5.50D 684-04154 634-04167A SupportBracket,FrictionWheel LHWheelAssembly,13 x 4 x 6 684-04156A 634-04168A Shift Assembly,Rod RH WheelAssembly,13x 4 x 6 710-0627 731-04873 Hex Screw,5/16-24,.750,Gr5 Spacer,1.25x .75 x 3.0...
  • Page 32 Craftsman Engine Model LH195SP-67514 For Snow Thrower Model 247.883550 25s # 186_,<209 _5_ 25 370K .370B /220...
  • Page 33 Craftsman Engine IVlodel LH195SP=87514 For Snow Thrower IVlodel 247.883550 ® ® 36469A Cylinder(Incl.2,20,72& 125) 610961 FlywheelKey 26727 DowelPin 611195 Flywheel 650815 BellevilleWasher 30969 ExtensionCap (1/4-18NPT) 28277 Washer 650816 FlywheelNut 31334 GovernorRod 34443C SolidState Ignition 37729 GovernorLever 610118 SparkPlug Cover 31335...
  • Page 34 Craftsman Engine Model LH195SP=67514 For Snow Thrower Model 247.883550 650664 Screw,1/4-20x 1-19/32" 35072 CarburetorCover 33673A *Intake Pipe Gasket 650257 Screw,8-32 x 5/16" 36701 CompressionReleaseWeight 36247 FuelTankBracket 36702 CompressionReleaseSpring 30063 Screw,1-30, 1/4-20x 1/2" 35656A BlowerHousing 342A 660675 Washer 650737 Screw,1/4-20x 1/2"...
  • Page 35 Craftsman Engine IVlodel LH195SP=87514 For Snow Thrower IVlodel 247.883550 640084B Carburetor(Incl. 184of EngineParts List) 631615 Throttle Shaft & Lever Assembly 631767 Throttle ReturnSpring Throttle Shutter 640070 650506 ShutterScrew1 632108 ChokeShaft & LeverAssembly ChokeShutter 631890 630735 ChokePositioningSpring 631807 FuelFitting 651025 Throttle Crack Screw/IdleSpeed Screw...
  • Page 36 (This pageapplicablein the U.S.A.and Canadaonly.) Sears, Roebuck and Co., U.S.A. (Sears), the California Air Resources Board (CARB) and the United States Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) Emission Control System Warranty Statement (Owner's Defect Warranty Rights and Obligations) EMISSIONCONTROL WARRANTYCOVERAGE ISAPPLICABLE TO CERTI- YEAR 1997AND LATERENGINES WHICHARE PURCHASED AND USED FlED ENGINESPURCHASEDIN CALIFORNIA IN 1995ANDTHEREAF- ELSEWHERE INTHE 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, Roebuck and Co., U.S.A. makes this information available to the consumer on our emission labels.
  • Page 38 Craftsman Este equipoester c ubierto por una garanfiade dos ahos,siempreque se mantenga,lubriquey ajustede acuerdocon las instrucciones del presentemanualdel operador.Duranteel aho de garanfia,si este equiposufrecualquierfalla producidapor defectosen materialeso manode obra,DEVUELVALO A SUCENTRODE PARTES& REPARACION SEARSMA, S CERCANO,y SearsIo reparar_t sin ningOn cargo.El serviciode garanfiaa domicilioester disponibleperose aplicar_t u n cargode traslado.
  • Page 39 Felicitaciones por haberrealizadouna adquisici6ninteligente.El tecnicode Searspara los productosque requierenreparaci6n productoCraftsman@ que ha adquiridoest,. disehadoy fabricado a domicilio,adem_ts de una programaci6n convenientepara la parabrindar muchosahosde funcionamiento confiable.Perocome reparaci6n todos losproductosa vecespuederequerirde reparaciones. E sen Unavez adquiridoel Acuerdo,puedeprogramarel serviciocon ese mementocuandoel disponerde un Acuerdode protecci6npara tan s61orealizaruna Ilamadatelef6nica.Puede Ilamaren cualquier reparaciones le puedeahorrardineroy problemas.
  • Page 40 Esta maquinafue construidapara ser operadade acuerdocon las reglas de seguridadcontenidasen este manual.AI igual quecon cualquiertipo instruccionesimportantesde seguridadquese deben de equipo motorizado,un descuidoo error per partedel operadorpuede respetarpara evitar poneren peligro su seguridad La presenciade este sfmbolo indicaque setrata de producirlesionesgraves.Estamaquinaes capazde amputarmanesy pies personaly/o materialy lade otraspersonas.
  • Page 41: Mantenimiento Y Almacenamiento

    OPERACION MANTENIMIENTO Y ALMACENAMIENTO No pongalas manoso los piescerca de las piezas rotatorias,en la caja Nuncamanipulelosdispositivosde seguridadde manera imprudente. de labarrena/ motoro en el montajedel canal de descarga.El contacto Controleperi6dicamentequefuncionende formaadecuada.Remitasea con las piezas rotatoriaspuedeproducirla amputacionde manosy pies. las seccionesde mantenimientoy ajustede este manual. •...
  • Page 42: Montaje

    NOTA:las referencias al ladoderechoo y ciertosde la m_tquina quitanievesedeterminandesdela parteposteriorde la unidaden posici6nde operaci6n(permaneciendo directamente detr_.sde la m_tquina quitanieve,mirandohaciael panelde la manija). EXTRACCI6N DE LA UNIDAD DE LA CAJA Corte lasesquinasde la cajade cart6ny extiendalaen el piso Quitey descartetodos los insertosde empaque. Saquela m4quinaquitanievede la caja.
  • Page 43 SitOeel montajedel canalsobrela base.Vea la figura3. Cierrelos fijadoresde la brida para asegurarel montajedel canal a la basedel canal. Yea la figura4. Losfijadoresde la brida emiten un chasquidocuandoest_tnbien asegurados. NOTA:si los fijadoresde la brida no seajustanen su lugarf_tcilmente, utilice la palmade su manopara aplicaruna presi6nr_tpida y firmeen la parte posteriorde cada uno.
  • Page 44 CONFIGURACION _" Herramienta de Limpieza del Canal Hay una herramienta de limpiezadel canal iajustadaa la parte superiorde la cajade la barrenacon un pasadorde ensamblado.Vea la figura6. La herramientaest,.disehadapara limpiarel hieloy la nievedel montajede un canal. Este productose sujeta medianteuna uni6nde cableen la f_.brica. C orte la uni6nde cableantesde operar la m_tquina quitanieve.
  • Page 45 Ajuste del montaje del canal Es posibleajustar ladistanciaa la cualse arroja lanievecambiandoel _mgulo del montajedel canal. Parahacerlo: Detengael motorquitandola Ilavede encendidoy afloje la perilla a mariposade pl_tstico que se encuentraen el ladoizquierdodel montajedel canal. Gire el canal haciaarriba o haciaabajoantes de apretarla perilla a mariposa.Vea la figura8.
  • Page 46: Llave De Encendido

    AI activarel controlde obturaci6nse cierrala placa de obturaci6ndel carburadory se ayudaa encenderel motor. Cumpie con los est_ndares de seguridad de ANSi Lasm_.quinas quitanievede Craftsman cumplen conlosest_.ndares de seguridad del instituto estadounidense d e est_tndares nacionales (ANSI).
  • Page 47 CONTROL DEL ESTRANGULADOR CONTROL DE LA BARRENA El control del estrangulador estfi ubicadoen el motor. Regulala velocidaddel motor,y Io apagacuandomuevael CONTROL LA BARRENA controla la posici6nSTOR MANIJA DEL ARRANCADOR RETROCESO Esta manijase utilizapara arrancarel motormanualmente. BOTON DEL ARRANCADOR ELC:CTRICO Si oprimeel bot6ndel arrancadorelectricose engranael arrancadorelectricodel motorcuandose Ioenchufaa una El controlde la barrenaest,.
  • Page 48: Antes De Encender El Motor

    HERRAMIENTA DE LIMPIEZA Tengaextremocuidadocuandomanipulegasolina.La gasolinaes altamenteinflamable y sus vaporespuedencausarexplosiones. Nuncausesus manospara liberar un montajede canaltapado.Ante_ Nuncaagreguecombustible a la mAquinaen interioreso mientras de destaparlo,apagueel motory permanezca detrAsde las manijas lel motorestAcalienteo en funcionamiento. Apaguelos cigarrillos, hastaque todas las partesm6vilesse hayandetenido. Icigarros,pipasy otras fuentesde combusti6n. La herramienta de limpiezadel canalestAajustadaconvenientemente a la parte posteriorde la caja de la barrenaconun pasadorde ensam- NOTA:Dentrode la aperturapara Ilenadode combustiblepuede...
  • Page 49 NOTA:si el motorya estacaliente,ubiqueel controldel obturadoren NOTA:permitaque el motorse calienteduranteunosminutostras el arranque.El motorno desarrollar_t todasu potenciahastaque alcance posici6nOFFen lugarde FULL [J[. temperaturas operativas. Presioneel cebadordoso tres vecespara arrancarel motoren DETENCION DEL MOTOR fifo, asegur_mdose d e cubrirel orificiode ventilaci6nsituado en Dejeencendidoel motordurantealgunosminutosantesde detenerlo el centrodel cebadorcuandoeste presionando.
  • Page 50: Mantenimiento

    --,, Antesde realizartareasde lubricaci6n,reparaci6no inspecci6n, desengranetodoslos controlesy detengael motor.Esperea que se _detengan todas as p ezasm6v es. FULL MANTENIMIENTO DE MOTOR Control del aceite del motor Aseg_rese de que el motorestAverticaly nivelado. Mantenga el nivel Desenrosque el tap6nde Ilenadode aeeitedel tubode Ilenadode de aceite entre aceitey limpiela varillade nivelde aeeite.
  • Page 51 Control de la bujia Controlela bujia anualmente o cada 100horasde operaci6n. Limpieel _treaalrededorde la bujia. Saquee inspeccionela bujia. Cambiela bujia si la porcelanaester rotao si loselectrodosest_m: picados,quemadoso atoradoscon dep6sitos Controleel espaciodel electrodocon un calibradorde sepa- racionesy ajustedichoespacioa 0,030pulg (0,76mm)si es necesario.Vea la figura13.
  • Page 52 Eje de la barrena AI menosunavez por temporada,quitelos pasadoresde cuchilladel eje de la barrena.Rode lubricanteal interiordel eje,alrededorde los separadores. A simismo,lubriquelos cojinetesbridadosque se encuentranen ambosextremosdel eje.Vea la figura 15. PLACA DE RASPADO Y ZAPATAS ANTIDESLIZANTES La placade raspadoy laszapatasantideslizantes ubicadasen la base de la m_tquina quitanieveest_.n sujetasa desgaste.Peri6dicamente deberiacontrolarlospernosy reemplazarlos cuandosea necesario.
  • Page 53: Reemplazo De La Correa

    Soporte del canal Si la espiralsituadaen la parteinferiordel controldireccionaldel canal no se enganchacompletamente conel montajedel canal,es posible ajustarel soportedel canal. Parahacerlo: Aflojelas dostuercasque sujetanel soportedel canaly cambie su posici6nligeramente. V ea la figura18. Vuelvaa ajustarlastuercas. Control de la barrena Consultela secion de montajepara ajustardichocontrol. Zapatas antideslizantes Consultela secion de montajepara ajustarLaszapatasantidesli-...
  • Page 54 Saquela cubierta del marcodesdedebajode la m_.quina quitanieveretirandoloscuatro tornillosautorroscantes que la aseguran.Vea la figura21. Aflojey retireel tornilloconrebordeque actOacomoguarda de la correa.Vea la figura22. Desenganche el resortede la m6nsulade soportedel marco. Retire la correade alrededorde la poleade la barrenay deslice la mismaentre la m6nsulade soportey la polea de la barrena. Vea la figura23.
  • Page 55 Saquela correade la barrenade la polea del motor. Tome la polea Iocay girela haciala derecha.Yea la figura Levantela correade la barrenapara sacarlade la polea del motor. 4. Girecon cuidadola m_tquina quitanievehaciaarribay hacia delantede maneraque quedeapoyadasobrela cajade la barrena. 5. Saquela cubiertadel marcodesdedebajode la maquinaquita nieveretirandoloscuatro tornillosautorroscantes que la aseguran.Veala figura 21.
  • Page 56 Retirecon cuidadola tuercahexagonal y la arandelaque sujetan el eje hexagonal a l marcode la maquinaquitanieve,y golpee suavemente el extremodel eje paradesplazarel cojinetede bolasdel ladoderechodel marco.Vea la figura27. NOTA:Tengacuidadode no dahar lasroscasdel eje. Con cuidado,ubiqueel eje hexagonal h aciaabajo y haciala izquierdaantesde deslizarcon precauci6nel montajede la rueda de fricci6nfueradel eje.Yea la figura28.
  • Page 57 8ARRENAS Las barrenasest_majustadasal eje espiralcon dospasadoresde cuchillay pasadoresde chaveta.Si la barrenagolpeaun objeto extrahoo una barrade hielo,la m_.quina quitanieveest,. disehadade maneraque los pasadoresse puedencortar.Si las barrenasno giran, verifiquesi los pasadores se cortaron.Vea la figura 30. NUNCAcambie lospasadoresde cuchillade las barrenaspor otra cosa que los pasadoresde cuchillade repuestodel fabricantedel equipooriginal,NOde pieza738-04124A.
  • Page 58 Si no sevaa utilizael equipo durante30 diaso m_.s, o si esel finalde la temporada de nievey ya noexisteposibilidad de quenieve,es necesario almacenar e l equipo de manera adecuada. S igalas instrucciones de almacenamiento quese indicana continuaci6n paragarantizar e l rendimiento m_tximo de la m_tquina q uitanieve durantemuchos ahos.
  • Page 59 luier tipodel mantenimiento/servicio, sueltetodos los mandosy pareel motor.Esperehastaque todas las partesde Ilevepuestoscristalesinastillables durantela operaci6no realizandocualquierajuste o reparaciones. Esta secci6nse dirigea cuestionesde serviciomenores. Localizarel m_s cercanoChamuscael Centrode Servicio o programar el servicio,simplemente ponerseen contactoChamusca en 1-800-4-MY-HOME@. El motor no arranca /a palanea de obturacidn no estfi en la Pongael interruptor en la posici6nCHOKE(obtura- posici6nON (encendido) ci6n).
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