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Craftsman 358.794650 Operator's Manual

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Operator's
Manual
JCRRFTSMRN°I
25cc/1.5 cu. in. 2-Cycle
210 MPH/450 CFM
GASOLINE
POWERED
BLOWERNAC
Model No.
358.794650
Safety
• Assembly
Operation
Maintenance
Parts
List
Espa_ol,
p. 21
TECHNOLOGY
WARNING:
Read and follow all Safety Rules and Operating
Instructions before first use of this product.
i1_
For answers to your questions
about this product:
Call 7 am-7
pm, Mon.-Sat.,
or 10 am-7
pm, Sun.
1-800-235-5878
(Hours listed are Central Time)
Sears Brands Management
Corporation,
Hoffman Estates, IL 60179 U.S.A.
115487727
Rev. 1 6/15/12
BRW

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  • Page 1 Operator's Manual JCRRFTSMRN°I 25cc/1.5 cu. in. 2-Cycle 210 MPH/450 CFM GASOLINE POWERED BLOWERNAC Model No. 358.794650 • Safety • Assembly • Operation • Maintenance TECHNOLOGY • Parts List • Espa_ol, p. 21 Read and follow all Safety Rules and Operating WARNING: Instructions before first use of this product.
  • Page 2 Estates, IL 60179 Congratulations on making a smart purchase. Your new Craftsman product is designed and manufactured for years of dependable operation. But like all products, it may require repair from time to time. That's when having a Repair Protection Agreement can save you money and aggravation.
  • Page 3 _" Discount of 10% from regular price of service and related installed parts not covered by the agreement; also, 10% off regular price of preventive maintenance check _" Fast help by phone - we call it Rapid Resolution - phone support from a Sears representative.
  • Page 4: Know Your Unit

    i@ O@i S eoureha'rab Do not wear jewelry, loose clothing, or clothing with loosing hanging straps, ties, tassels, etc. They can be caught in moving parts. before cleaning or servicing. Always stop u]nit and disconnect spark plug WARNING: Stop the engine before opening the vacuum inlet door. The engine must be stopped and the impeller blades no longer turning to avoid serious injury from the rotating blades.
  • Page 5: Plan Ahead

    Use your unit a sablower for: • Make sure the unit i sproperly • Sweeping debris orgrass clippings assembled and ingood o perating condition. from driveways, sidewalks, patios, etc. • Blowing grass clippings, straw, or • Do not f illfuel tank while e ngine is leaves into piles, around joints, orbe- running.
  • Page 6 Sears Service Center. Washington require by law that many • Use only recommended Craftsman internal combustion engines be equip- replacement parts; use of any other ped with a spark arresting screen. If you parts may void your warranty and operate in a locale where such regula- cause damage to your unit.
  • Page 7 ASSEMBLY _ILWARNING: Stop engine and be sure the impeller blades have stopped turning before opening the vacuum let door or attempting to insert or re- 6. To remove the tubes, turn the knob move the vacuum tubes. The rotating counterclockwise to loosen the blades can cause serious injury.
  • Page 8 Insert the elbow tube into the blow- Push the upper vacuum tube into er outlet. Make sure elbow tube rib the vacuum inlet. Turn the tube counterclockwise until a click is felt is aligned with the blower outlet to secure the tube to the blower unit. groove.
  • Page 9: Stop Switch

    SHOULDER STRAP ATTACHMENT Make sure air flows freely from the (optional accessory #71-85936) elbow tube into bag. If bag is kinked, the unit will not operate properly. 1. Pass the shoulder strap over your head and onto your left shoulder. 2.
  • Page 10 THROTTLE POSITION LEVER CHOKE LEVER The THROTTLE POSITION LEVER is de- The CHOKE helps to supply fuel to the signed to allow setting engine speed engine to aid in cold starting. Activate during blower use only. To avoid caus- the choke by moving the choke lever to ing damage to the unit, DO NOT at- the FULL CHOKE position.
  • Page 11 2-cycle air-cooled engine oil designed to be mixed at a ratio of 40:1. Craftsman area when starting engine or while en- gine is running. Debris such as gravel, brand synthetic oil is recommended.
  • Page 12 6. As soon as engine sounds as if it is HALF CHOKE position and pull the trying to start, move choke lever to rope until engine runs, but no more than 6 pulls. HALF CHOKE position. 7. Pull starter rope handle with a con- STARTING A WARM ENGINE trolled and steady motion until en-...
  • Page 13 CHECK FOR DAMAGED 1. Twist, then pull off spark plug boot. WORN PARTS 2. Remove spark plug from cylinder Contact Sears Service Center for re- and discard. placement of damaged or worn parts. 3. Replace with Champion RCJ-6Y • Fuel Tank - Do not use unit if fuel tank spark plug and tighten securely with a 3/4 inch socket wrench.
  • Page 14 Run lated area where fuel vapors cannot engine at least 3 minutes after adding reach sparks or open flames from stabilizer. water heaters, electric motors or Craftsman 40:1,2-cycle engine oil (air switches, furnaces, etc. cooled) is already blended with fuel •...
  • Page 15: Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING TABLE WARNING: Always stop unit and disconnect spark plug before perform- ing any of the recommended remedies below other than remedies that re- quire operation of the unit. TROUBLE CAUSE REMEDY Engine will not i 1. See "Starting a Flooded Engine"...
  • Page 16: Warranty

    This product is compliant with U.S. EPA Phase 3 regulations for exhaust and evaporative emissions. To ensure EPA Phase 3 compliance, we recom- mend using only genuine Craftsman brand replacement parts. Use of non-compliant replacement parts is a violation of federal law.
  • Page 17 ADD-ON OR MODIFIED PARTS: The MAINTENANCE, REPLACEMENT AND REPAIR OF EMISSION RE- use of add-on or modified parts can be grounds for disallowing a warranty claim. LATED PARTS: Any Sears approved Sears is not liable to cover failures of replacement part used in the perfor- warranted parts caused by the use of mance of any warranty maintenance...
  • Page 18: Repair Parts

    REPAIR PARTS SEARS GAS BLOWER MODEL 358.794650 _kWARNING All repairs, adjustments and maintenance not described in the OperatoCs Manual must be performed by Qualified Service Personnel. Ref. PartNo. Description Ref. Part No. Description 530015880 Screw Screw 530016386 545150502 Assy- Engine Cover 580804901 Assy - Scroll RH (Incl.
  • Page 19 REPAIR PARTS SEARS GAS BLOWER MODEL 358.794650 ,,,,,''" _ILWARNING Atl repairs, adjustments and maintenance not described in the Operator's Manual must be performed by Qualified Service Personnel. 27/_ ® Ref. PertNo. Ref. Part No. Description Description 525592801 530032125 Bearing - Inner Assy - Muffler (Incl.
  • Page 20 REPAIR PARTS SEARS GAS BLOWER MODEL 358.794650 Ref. Part No. Description 545099401 Tube - Upper vac Tube - Lower vac 530095589 Tube - J 575873601 530095564 Assy - Vac bag 545138001 Tube - Upper Blower Tube - Lower Blower 545138101 545151201 Nozzle - High Speed...
  • Page 21 Para que los detalles de la garantia obtengan la reparacion o el reemplazo, site en nuestra pagina de red: www.craftsman.com Esta garantia cubre SOLAMENTE defectos en material y de mano de obra. La cobertura de garantia NO incluye: •...
  • Page 22 iFelicitaciones! ilia realizado una compra inteligente! Su nuevo producto Crafts- man est& disefiado y fabricado para brindar muchos afios de funcionamiento confiable. Pero como todos los productos, puede requerir reparaciones peri6di- cas. En ese momento, tener un Acuerdo de protecci6n para reparaciones puede ahorrarle...
  • Page 23 _&DVERTENCIA: AI usar el aparato para soplar o para aspirar los escombros, AIM AWAY sujete el aparato con el lado del silenciador FROM BODY alejado de su cuerpo y de su ropa. Zona de peligro pot objetos arrojados al aire. Mantenga a niSos, espectadores y animales a...
  • Page 24 PIENSE ANTES DE PROCEDER ADVERTENClA: De no cumplir • Use siempre protecci6n para los ojos con todas las Reglas y Precauciones al hacer uso, servicio o mantenimi- de Seguridad, correr& el riesgo de ac- ento del aparato. El uso de proteci6n cidentes muy graves.
  • Page 25 • Evite derramar el combustible o el Mantenga el equilibrio, con los pies en aceite. Limpie todos los derrames una superficie estable en todo mo- mento. combustible antes de poner el apa- rato en marcha. • Nunca coloque objetos dentro de los •...
  • Page 26 • Use exclusivamente los repuestos daSos a los vasos sanguineos a perso- recomendados de la marca nas que por otra parte se encuentran en Craftsman; el uso de cualquier otro perfecto estado de salud. Si ocurriera sintomas tales como el entumecimiento, repuesto podr&...
  • Page 27: Montaje

    3. Gire la boquilla a la derecha hasta encajar en su lugar para asegurar Salida de Aire la boquilla al tubo inferior del sopla- dor. MONTAJE DEL ASPIRADOR MONTAJE DE LA BOLSA DEL ASPIRADOR Moldura Saliente Nanura 1. Abra la cremallera en la bolsa del 2.
  • Page 28 rando antes de abrir la compuerta hasta encajar en su lugar para entrada de aire del aspirador o de in- asegurar los tubos a el aparato del tentar introducir o remover los tubos soplador. de aspirador o los tubos del soplador. Las cuchillas girantes podrian causar serios accidentes.
  • Page 29: Conozca Su Soplador

    MONTAJE DE LA BANDA DEL HOM- 3. Ajuste la correa de hombro hasta que la costura entre la bolsa del BRO (accesorio opcional #71-85936) 1. Pasando la banda del hombro aspirador y la correa quede entre el pulgar y el indice. sobre su cabeza, col6quela en su...
  • Page 30 INTERRUPTOR STOP BOMBEADOR Se usa el interruptor STOP para detener El BOMBEADOR es usado para remover el motor Para detener el motor, empuje aire de el carburador y de las I_neas de y sostenga el interruptor en la posici6n combustible y las Ilena de mezcla de STOP hasta que el motor se haya dete- combustible Esto le permite poner el...
  • Page 31 40:1. Se recomienda aceite sintetico de la marca Craftsman. Mezcle la gasolina y el aceite a una proporci6n de 40:1. Se obtiene una proporci6n de 40:1 al mezclar 3.2 onzas liquidas...
  • Page 32 pia y s61ida siempre que vaya a efec- como si este intentando arrancar, tura el arranque y siempre que tenga pero no tire de la cuerda m&s de 6 que apoyar el aparato con el motor en veces. marcha. Los escombros tales como 6.
  • Page 33 AVISO: Si el motor no arranca, tire de tire de la cuerda para aclarar el exceso la cuerda otras 5 veces. Si el motor no de combustible. Esto podr& requerir que se tire del mango de la cuerda arranca, probablemente este ahogado.
  • Page 34 Filtro del Combustible Linea de Combustible /_ VERIFIQUE LOS TORNILLOS Siempre limpie el filtro de aire despues MONTAJE DEL SILENClADOR ded cada 5 horas de uso. Para prevenir daSos, asegt3rese anu- Limpieza del filtro del aire: almente de que los tornillos de mon- 1.
  • Page 35: Sistema De Combustible

    Io menos 3 minutos des- sas no puedan causar heridas por accidente. pues de haberle puesto el estabilizador. El aceite de la marca Craftsman 40:1 • Guarde el aparato y el combustible completamente fuera del alcance de...
  • Page 36 OTROS • No guarde la gasolina de una tempo- rada a la siguiente. • Cambie el recipiente de gasolina si se empieza a oxidar. TABLA DIAGNOSTICA ADVERTENCIA: Siempre apague el aparato y desconecte la bujia antes de hacer cualquiera de las reparaciones recomendadas a continuaci6n no requieran...
  • Page 37 Para asegurar la conformidad con EPA Fase 3, se recomienda utilizar s61o repuestos originales de la marca Craftsman. El uso de otro tipo de repuestos incumple las leyes federales. SUS DERECHOS Y OBLIGACIONES indiquen que se ha desempefiado...
  • Page 38 COMO ENTABLAR UNA RECLAMA- costo alguno en un Centro de Servicio Sears. Si cuenta usted con alguna pre- ClON: Si cuenta usted con alguna pre- gunta en relaci6n a sus derechos y re- gunta relacionada con sus derechos y sponsabilidades de garantia, usted deb- responsabilidades de garantia, usted...
  • Page 39 La informaci6n en la etiqueta del producto indica las normas de certificaci6n de su motor. Ejemplo: (Aho) EPA y/o CALIFORNIA. Informacion Importante en relaci6n al motor. Este motor satisface ..regulaciones de emision para mo- '"-*.1" EMISSION CONTROL INFORMATION " THIS ENGINE MEETS EXHANDEVPEMISSIONS REGULATIONS tores pequehos...