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CRAFTSMAN 358.798270-32ce Important Manual

32 cc 2-cycle engine 18" semi-automatic head straight shaft brushwacker.
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IMPORTANT
MANUAL
Do Not Throw Away
Operator's
Manual
Model No.
358.798270-32ce
CUSTOMER
ASSISTANCE
_k WARNING:
Read the Operator's
Manual and
Follow
All Warnings
and Safety
Instructions.
Failure
To Do So
Can Result
in Serious
Injury.
Always
Wear Eye Protection
CRRFTSMRNo
32 ce 2-Cycle
Engine
18" Semi-Automatic
Head
Straight
Shaft
Brushwacker
• Assembly
• Operation
• Customer
Responsibilities
• Service
and Adjustments
• Storage
• Repair
Parts
Sears, Roebuck
and Co., Hoffman
Estates,
IL 60179 U.S_.
530.082432-1-03/31/94
© 1994, Sears, Roebuck and Co.

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    IMPORTANT MANUAL Do Not Throw Away Operator's Manual Model No. 358.798270-32ce CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE Always Wear Eye Protection CRRFTSMRNo 32 ce 2-Cycle Engine 18" Semi-Automatic Head _k WARNING: Straight Shaft Brushwacker Read the Operator's Manual and Follow All Warnings and Safety Instructions.

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    TABLF, OF CONTENTS WARNINGS AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS USING YOUR UNIT AS A LINE TRIMMER USING YOUR UNIT AS A BRUSHCUTTER KNOW YOUR UNIT ......CUSTOMER RESPONSIBILITIES ASSEMBLY ........ MAINTENANCE ...... FUELING YOUR ENGINE ACCESSORIES ....3, 14, 17, 22 STARTING YOUR ENGINE ....

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    WARNINGS AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS (See Additional Safety Instructions throughout this Manual) DANGER -- THIS POWER TOOL CAN BE DANGEROUS! This unit can cause serious injury including amputation or blindness to the operator and others. The warnings and safe_- ins_r_tc- tions in this manual must be followed to provide...

  • Page 4

    ARNINGS AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS..(Continued) OPERATOR SAFETY A]w_v_ _,_r s_e_ eve Drotect_0_. boots, and gloves. Wearing safety leg guards is rec- FUEL SAFETY ommended. Do not go barefoot or wear sandals, • Mix and pour fuel outdoors. jewelry, short pants, short sleeves, loose clothing, •...

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    IIIIIIIIIII IIIIII I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIII II,,,,IH ,I I I ,,,,,,,,,II I,II ,,,,, ,ll I I ,,,,,,,,,,,, KNOW "fOUR UNIT ,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,, ........c. CARTON CONTENTS INTRODUCTION DESCRIPTION Your too! is a versatile product developed for large " En_ne lawns and to make short work of a variety of lawn •...

  • Page 6: Assembly

    ASSEMBLY (if tool is received assembled, repeat all steps in this section to be sure assembly is correct and is ad- justed for the operator.) This Operator's Manual is designed to help you as- 2. Tools you will need: semble the tool and to provide its safe operation. It is - Small Hex Wrench (provided) important that you read the entire manual to become - Large Hex Wrench (provided)

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    THROTTLE HANDLE ASSEMBLY a. Remove the rear screw from the trigger hous- ing. Figure 4. b. Slide the trigger housing onto the right side of the handlebar. Align screw holes in the trigger housing with the screw hole in the handlebar. c.

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    e. Insert the four shield screws "C." one at a time through the gear box and shield, then thread them into the retention plate. Screw c.* ! f. Tighten the screws evenly and securely with g. iI_.DL_ _i=_d_s_ o_p over _i_ ea'bor sh_. h.

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    WARNINGS longer') and reduced smoke. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS SEC- TION OF THIS MAN-tlAL BEFORE YOU If CRAFTSMAN 2 cycle oil is not available, use a good BEGIN. quality 2 cycle AIR-COOLED engine oil that has a IF YOU DO NOT UNDERSTAND recommended fuel mix ratio of 40:1.

  • Page 10: Specifications

    STARTING YOUR ENGI-r TE STARTING A WARM ENGINE THAT HAS NOT (For location of controls, refer to "Specifications.") RUN OUT OF FUEL: _L,t: _._ _ £.__ _£_ L._'_ G _._: Engage the throttle lock as directed in "SARTING • Fuel engine. Move 10 feet (3 meters) away from i_Jel- GOLDENGINE, ..

  • Page 11: Using Your Unit As A Line Trimmer

    OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS • When using the blade, bring the engine to full throttle before entering the material to be cut. The Blade has maximum cutting power at full throttle and is less likely to bind_ stall, or cause blade thrust, which can result in serious injury to the operator or o_ers.

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    c. Always wear heavy, long pants, longsleeves, e. Be sure trimmer head stops turning when en- boots, and gloves. Do notgo barefoot or wear gine idles. See "Carburetor Adjustments." sandals, short pants, short sleeves, jeweh-T_ f. Make carburetor adjustments with the drive loose clothing, or clothing with loosely hang- shaft housing supportsd...

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    • The line will y remove grass and weeds from around walls, fences, trees and flower beds, but it also can cut the tender bark trees or shrubs and scar fences. To help avoid damage especially to delicate vegetation or trees with tender bark, shorten line to 4-5 inches and use at tess than full throttle.

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    The aluminum line saver (Figure 17 ) can e. Follow "Installing Spool with Line," steps become worn during use. After a groove is worn "e i " into line saver, remove it from trimmer head, turn If the line breaks off or backs up in the trim- it upside down, and reinstal!

  • Page 15: Using Your Unit As A Brushcutter

    USING YOUR UNIT AS A BRUSHCUTTER The 8 inch Brush Blade is designed to cut grass, weeds, and woody brush and small trees up to 2 inches in diameter. _k DANGER - THIS POWER TOOL CANBE DyLNGEROUS! Donotat_ach_blade to this unit without the proper installation of the Brush...

  • Page 16

    A. BLADE SAFETY b. Be sure the metal shield is properly attached. The metal shield must be installed for all blade I. OPERATOR SAFETY usage. c. Make sure the blade is _roperly installed a. Always wear eye protection when operating, securely fastened.

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    4. MAI_TAIN CONTROL a. U_sethe shoulder strap and keep a firm grip on c. Keep the blade beIowwaist level. It will be eas- the unit with both hands. A properly adjusted ier to maintain control of the unit. shoulder strap will support the weight of the d.

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    CUSTOMER RESPONSIBILITIES MAINTENANCE A. MAINTENANCE SAFETY 6_ Be sure blade or trimmer head stops turrdng when 7. Replace blade or trimmer head parts that 2. Never start engine with clutch shroud removed. cracked, chipped ,or damaged in any other way be- The clutch can fly apart and cause serious i_ury.

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    D. CARBURETOR ADJUSTMENTS N__D__TFA This is a complicated task. Read all warnings and instructions thoroughly before starting justments. If you do not think that you completely understand all warnings and instructions, let your Authorized Service Dealer perform these adjustments. 2. BASIC CARBURETOR SETTINGS DANGER...

  • Page 20: Hex Wrench

    d. DECELERATIONCHECK 1. Support the lower end so the trimmer line is off the ground and will not make contact 1. Allow en_e to idle, then squeeze throttle with any object. trigger fully. 2. Allow engine to idle, then squeeze throttle 2.

  • Page 21: Figure

    11.Remove the rope retainer screw. Figure 28. move any remaining rope from around the pulley Pulley ratchet. Figure 29. Housing 12.Hold pulley housing as shown in Figure 29 (in- set). Hand turn pulley clock_dse as far as it _AI go. 13.Turn pulley counterclockwise...

  • Page 22

    E BLADE SHARPENING 1. Brush Blade 2. 4 Point Weed Blade A WA NG A WAP G i blade. The _blade wi_ continue to spin after the !engine stops or after the throttle trigger ibeen released. Make sure the blade has stopped ieoastmg and disconnect the spark plug before...

  • Page 23

    G. TROUBLE SHOOTING CHART !SYMl m CAUSE REMEDY 1. F_ll tank _th correct fuel mixture Engine will not 1. l%el tank empty. start or w_ run 2. Engine flooded, 2. See "Starting Instructions." 3. Spark plug not firing. 3. Install new plug/check ignition system. onlyfora few secondsafter 4, Fuel not reaching...

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    SEARS BRUSHWACKER REPAIR PART LIST - MODEL 358.798270- 32cc (_--13 ......... t e7 ... Part Description Description iNo. Lockwasher 530-047040 530-001642 Throttle Cable Ass'y. 530-094650 530-001711 Screw Drive Shaft Housing STD541025 Shield Retention Plate 530-027615 530-047139 Handlebar 530-094572 Handlebar Bracket 530-092243 Screw 530-012207...

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    SEARS BRUSHWACY R REPAIR PART LIST - MODEL 358.798270-32cc Part Description Description 53 [!- (27:'.772 530-027529 Air _itter Cover 530-347987 Washer 530-027530 Air Filter 530-027518 Fan Housing 530-015849 Screw 530--069291 Starter Pulley Kit 530-015852 (Incl. #45) Spacer 530-015254 Wave Washer 530-029395 Starter Spring...

  • Page 27

    III I IIIIIIIIII[ I[IIIIII IIII_ IIII IIIIIIIIIILIII II IIII IIII IIII IIIIIIIIIIIII IIIILI ....NOTES -27-...

  • Page 28

    The Model Number will be found below the top handle with the Serial Number A!w_v_ mention the Model N1_mber when requesting service or All parts listed herein may be ordered from any Sears Service Center and most Sears Stores. Operator's WHEN ORDERING REPAIR PARTS ALWAYS GIVE THE FOLLOWING...

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