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Mid-engine rider 13.5 hp. electric start 30" mower / mulcher 5 speed transaxle
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Manual
I CRAFTSM RN°I
. _a,et_
• Operation
Mid-Engine Rider
• Maintenance
• Parts
13.5 HP. Electric Start
30" Mower / Mulcher
5 Speed Transaxle
Model 536.270290
CAUTION:
Before using this
product, read this manual
and follow all of its Safety
Rules and Operating
Instructions.
Manual del usario
Tractor cortacesped con motor
situado detras del asiento
Arranque electrico de 13,5 caballos
Cortacesped
/ trituradora
de 76 cm.
Transaxle de 5 velocidades
Modelo 536.270290
PRECAUCION:
Antes de usar este
producto, lea este manual y siga
todas las reglas de seguridad
e
instrucciones
de operaci6n.
• Seguridad
• Operacion
• Mantenimiento
• Piezas
Sears, Roebuck and Co., Hoffman Estates, IL. 60179 U.S.A.
F-040607L
www.sears.com/craftsman

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  • Page 1 • Seguridad Modelo 536.270290 • Operacion • Mantenimiento PRECAUCION: Antes de usar este • Piezas producto, lea este manual y siga todas las reglas de seguridad instrucciones de operaci6n. Sears, Roebuck and Co., Hoffman Estates, IL. 60179 U.S.A. F-040607L www.sears.com/craftsman...
  • Page 2 ........REPAIR PARTS ......... LIMITED WARRANTY ON CRAFTSMAN RIDING EQUIPMENT For two (2) years from the date of purchase, if this Craftsman Riding Equipment is maintained, lubricated and tuned according to the instructions in the owner's manual, Sears will repair or replace...
  • Page 3 Congratulations onyour p urchase ofa Craftsman Mid-Engine Rider. Ithasbeen designed, engineered andmanufactured Mid-Engine Craftsman Rider give youthebest p ossible dependability andperformance. Record in the space below the serial number and the date Ifyouexperience anyproblems youcannot easily r emedy, please of purchase of this unit.
  • Page 4 SAFETY RULES Safe Operation Practices for Ride-on Mowers WARNING: This cutting machine is capable of amputating hands and feet and throwing objects. Failure to observe the following safety instructions could result in serious injury or death. General operation Data indicates that operators, age 60 years and above, are in-...
  • Page 5 SAFETY RULES Never carry children or any passengers, even with the blades Stop and inspect the equipment if you strike an object. Repair, off. They may fall off and be seriously injured or interfere with if necessary, before restarting. the safe operation of the machine.
  • Page 6 SAFETY RULES INTERNATIONAL PICTORIALS IMPORTANT: Some of the following pic- DANGER: No Step. Flush Eyes Immediately With Water. torials are located on your unit or on Get Medical Help Fast. DANGER: Keep Feet And Hands literature supplied with the product. Be- IMPORTANT: Read Owner's Manual...
  • Page 7 PREPARATION PREPARATION Locate the two tear tabs at the top of the carton. Pull the tear tape no more than twelve inches at a time. Read and follow the preparation instructions for your mower. fasteners are in the parts bag. Do not discard any parts or material Re-grasp the tear tape next to the carton...
  • Page 8 PREPARATION MAINTENANCE FREE BATTERY Use a 12 volt battery charger to charge the battery. Charge at a rate of 6 amperes for one hour. If you do not have a battery IMPORTANT: Before attach battery cables to the charger, have a Sears or other qualified Service Center charge battery, check battery...
  • Page 9 PREPARATION HOW TO PREPARE THE ENGINE NOTE: The engine was shipped from the factory filled with oil. Check the level of the oil. Add oil as needed. Before you use the unit, read the information on safety, operation, maintenance, and storage. CHECK THE LEVEL OF THE MOWER HOUSING Make sure...
  • Page 10 OPERATION Ignition Stop (_Run Clutch / Brake Pedal Start Attachment Clutch Parkiing Brake _)) Shift Lever Lift Lever Throttle Control Lever Figure 2 The operation of any lawn mower can result in foreign objects thrown in the eyes, which can result in severe eye damage.
  • Page 11 OPERATION ATTACHMENTS This unit can use many different attachments. This unit can pull or trailer and any load that might be on or in it. attachments like a lawn sweeper, a lawn aerator, a hopper spreader, Do not operate on a slope that is greater than 10 degrees when...
  • Page 12 OPERATION HOW TO USE THE SHIFT LEVER To change the forward speed or the direction of the unit, follow the To go forward, move the shift lever to a forward speed setting. steps below. To go backward, move the shift lever to reverse. CAUTION: Before you move the shift lever, completely push the clutch/brake pedal forward to stop the unit.
  • Page 13 OPERATION HOW TO SET THE PARKING BRAKE Completely push the clutch/brake pedal forward. Parking Brake Lift the parking brake lever (Figure 8). Clutch/Brake Remove your foot from the clutch/brake pedal and then release Pedal the parking brake lever. Make sure the parking brake will hold the unit.
  • Page 14 OPERATION HOW TO INSTALL THE SIDE DISCHARGE ATTACHMENT Remove the two wingnuts (see Figure 10). connect the wire from the spark plug. Make sure the WARNING: To prevent the engine from starting, dis- Lift the mulcher cover. Mount the side discharge attachment attachment clutch is in the DISENGAGE position.
  • Page 15 OPERATION BEFORE STARTING THE ENGINE CHECK THE OIL CAUTION: Alcohol blended fuels (called gasohol or using ethanol or methanol) can attract moisture which leads to NOTE: The engine was shipped from the factory filled with SAE separation and formation of acids during storage. Acidic gas 30 weight oil.
  • Page 16 OPERATION HOW TO OPERATE WITH THE MOWER HOUSING WARNING: The mulch cover is a safety device. Do not Move the attachment clutch to the ENGAGE position. remove the mulch cover. The side discharge attach- Push the clutch/brake pedal completely forward. ment forces the discharged material...
  • Page 17 OPERATION OPERATING TIPS Check the attachment clutch for correct adjustment. For the Before you make an inspection, adjustment (except for the car- blade(s) to disengage correctly, the adjustment must be cor- buretor) or repair, make sure the wire from the spark plug is dis- rect.
  • Page 18 MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE TABLE FIRST EVERY EVERY EVERY EACH BEFORE PROCEDURE HOURS HOURS HOURS HOURS STORAGE Tiresl Check " " • " • • Blade, Inspect and Sharpen Battery, Check and Charge Lubrication Oil, Change Cooling System, Clean Muffler, Check Air Filter, Clean Spark Plug, Check Spark...
  • Page 19 MAINTENANCE INSPECT BLADE Tightenthe nutthatholdsthe bladeto atorque of35foot pounds. WARNING: Before you inspect or remove the blade, disconnect the wire to the spark plug. If the blade its an object, stop the engine. Check the unit for damage. The blade has sharp edges.
  • Page 20 MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE FREE BATTERY HOW TO REMOVE THE BATTERY Clean the terminals and the ends of the cables with a wire brush. To charge or clean the battery, remove the battery from the unit as Install the battery. follows. To prevent corrosion, apply grease to the battery terminals.
  • Page 21 MAINTENANCE WHERE TO LUBRICATE _,,%_ Apply grease with a brush to the areas shown. Lubricate the areas shown with engine oi!. NOTE: Apply grease to the steering gear assembly, CAUTION: If the unit is operated in dry areas that have sand, use a dry graphite spray to lubricate the unit.
  • Page 22 MAINTENANCE ENGINE HOW TO CHANGE THE OIL NOTE: Do not drain the oil from a cold engine. Before you drain HOW TO CHECK THE OIL the oil, let the engine run for several minutes. Make sure you do not get oil on the belts. NOTE: Do not check the level of the oil while the engine runs.
  • Page 23 MAINTENANCE HOW TO CLEAN THE AIR FILTERS Some engines have two filters, an outer foam filter around an inner 11. Assemble the air filters with the nut. paper filter. Clean the air filters every 50 hours. If you operate in dirty conditions, service more often.
  • Page 24 SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENT HOW TO ADJUST CHOKE THE REMOTE THROTTLE CONTROL For the best engine performance, set the remote throttle control as follows. FAST Remote Throttle Control Move the remote throttle control to the FAST position (see Figure 20). SLOW The hole in the governor control lever (located just behind gov- Figure 20 ernor control plate) must align with the hole in the governor...
  • Page 25 SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENT HOW TO LEVEL THE MOWER HOUSING If the mower housing is level, the blade will cut easier and the lawn wi!! look better. Level Adjustm{ Position WARNING: Before you make an inspection, adjust- Lift Lever ment, or repair to the unit, disconnect the wire to the spark plug.
  • Page 26 SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENT HOW TO ADJUST THE ATTACHMENT CLUTCH Check the blade(s). Keep a sharp edge on the blade(s). A blade that is not sharp will cause the tips of the grass to become brown. ARNING: To prevent an injury, the attachment clutch must operate correctly.
  • Page 27 SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENT HOW TO REMOVE THE MOWER HOUSING HOW TO INSTALL THE MOWER HOUSING Move the attachment clutch to the DISENGAGE position. Push the mower housing under the right side of the unit. Move the lift lever to the level adjustment position (Figure 28). Put the mower drive belt around the stack pulley.
  • Page 28 SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENT HOW TO REPLACE THE MOTION DRIVE BELT REMOVAL top pulley of the stack pulley. Make sure the "V" side of the belt is against the pulley. Remove the mower housing. See the instructions on "How To Install the end of the motion drive belt around the drive Remove The Mower Housing".
  • Page 29 SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENT HOW TO REPLACE THE MOWER DRIVE BELT Pull the belt retainer away from the idler pulley. Put the mow- Remove the mower housing. See the instructions on "How To er drive belt around the idler pulley. Remove The Mower Housing".
  • Page 30 SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENT HOW TO INSTALL THE WHEELS Cotter Pin If the wheels must be removed for service, make sure they Hub Cap installed as follows. Front Wheel Make sure the valve etem is to the outside of the tractor. Slide the front wheel...
  • Page 31 SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENT HOW TO REPLACE THE FUSE THE ENGINE If the fuse is blown, the engine will not start. The location of the fuse Clean the dirt and grass from the engine. is next to the battery. Remove the fuse and replace with a 15 amp.
  • Page 32 TROUBLESHOOTING CHART Check the oil. PROBLEM: The engine will not start. Follow the steps, "How To Start The Engine" in this book. Adjust the carburetor. Electric-Start Models: Clean the battery terminals. Tighten the Replace the fuel filter. cables. PROBLEM: Excessive vibration.
  • Page 33 SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO. Federal and California Emission Control Systems Limited Warranty Small Off-Road Engines CALIFORNIA & US EPA EMISSION CONTROL WARRANTY must be presented of the date of sale to the original purchaser. The purchas- STATEMENT er shall pay any charges for making service calls and/or for transporting the products to and from the place where the inspection and/or warranty work The U.
  • Page 34 7.Throughout theECS Warranty Period, Sears, Roebuck and Co. s hall EMISSION-RELATED PARTS INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING: maintain asupply ofwarranted emission-related parts sufficient tomeet the 1. Carburetor Assembly and its Internal Components expected demand forsuch e mission-related parts. a) Fuel filter 8.Any Sears, Roebuck and Co.
  • Page 35 SLOPE GUID Fold this page along dotted line indicated below. Hold page before you so that its left edge is vertically parallel to a tree trunk or other upright structure. Sight across the ..l_. D_'_,__ fold in the direction of the hill or slope you want to measure.
  • Page 36 MODEL 536.270290 REPAIR PARTS CHASSIS & HOOD j" F-O40607L...
  • Page 37 MODEL 536.270290 REPAIR PARTS CHASSIS & HOOD Part No. Description Part No. Description 690566 Seat 26x253 Screw 1401027E201 Hood 1401110 Rod, Hood Prop 017x47 Washer 1401282 Spring, Seat Deck 1001054 Bolt, Wing 1401297E701 Bracket, Prop Rod 26x201 Screw 002x53 Bolt, Carriage 15x116 Nut, NY-Lock 1401036E701...
  • Page 38 MODEL 536.270290 REPAIR PARTS STEERING "_ F-O40607L...
  • Page 39 REPAIR PARTS MODEL 536.270290 STEERING Part No. Description Part No. Description 095185 Wheel, Steering 01x146 Bolt, Hex 711326 Cap, Steering (Black) 011x23 E-Ring, Retainer 1401067 Console, High (Black) 030x35 Pin, Cotter 26x250 Screw 094131 Retainer, Spring 1401090 Bearing, Upper Steering 1401046E701 Rack, Steering 1401100...
  • Page 40 MODEL 536.270290 REPAIR PARTS MOTION DRIVE //_1 30 15_ s6.--q-, _ --" 57_! c_\i F-O40607L...
  • Page 41 MODEL 536.270290 REPAIR PARTS MOTION DRIVE Part No. Description Part No. Description ..Engine, Briggs & Stratton 1401078 Rod, Clutch 01x134 Bolt, Hex 1401128E701 Clutch Arm Assembly 1401207 Shield Assembly, Heat 0011x7 Ring, Retainer 018x32 Lockwasher 1401077 Pulley, Drive 0025x2 Screw 002x53 Bolt, Carriage...
  • Page 42 MODEL 536.270290 REPAIR PARTS MOWER HOUSING SUSPENSION • F-O40607L...
  • Page 43 MODEL 536.270290 REPAIR PARTS MOWER HOUSING SUSPENSION Part No. Description Part No. Description 17x206 Washer 092697 Grip, Lift Lever 1401117 Lever, Lift 015x79 Nut, Flange 165xl 54 Spring, Extension 015x84 Nut, Flange 094137 Pad, Friction 1401147 Spring, Leaf 017x45 Washer 1401040E701 Hanger, Front 1401116...
  • Page 44 MODEL 536.270290 REPAIR PARTS MOWER HOUSING 63 / © I 26 12 _ 56 / F-O40607L...
  • Page 45 REPAIR PARTS MODEL 536.270290 MOWER HOUSING Description Part No. Part No. Description Bolt, Shoulder 009x42 37x111 Belt, Blade Drive Pin, Cotter 030x20 1401092 Pulley, Input Arm Assembly, Brake 1401185E701 15xl 40 Locknut Link, Idler Arm 1401119 015x98 Nut, Flange Bolt 0025x7 1401252 Pulley, Idler...
  • Page 46 MODEL 536.270290 REPAIR PARTS ELECTRICAL SYSTEM _515AMP FUSE IGNITIONSWITCH | /',_,.__.,_z_ CLUTCH I OFFI M+G BRAKE ORANGE SWITCH I RUralB+L DISENGAGED IRUN21 ..(PEDAL U_ ISTARTI SOLENOID IGNIllON SWITCH VIEWED FROM SACK SPARK PLUG SEAT SWITCH BLACK YELLOW ® SEAT SWITCH UNOCCUPIED BLACK ORANGE...
  • Page 47 MODEL 536.270290 REPAIR PARTS ELECTRICAL SYSTEM Part Description 250xl 15 Harness, Chassis Wire 1401149 Switch, Ignition 327349 Key, Ignition 1001575 Switch, Limit 302031 Fuse 407078 Holder, Fuse 094613 Solenoid 26x229 Screw, Mounting 15x116 Locknut 024x37 Cable, Battery Ground Screw, Ground Cable 092739 Battery 002x82...
  • Page 48 NO STEP (Mower Deck - Left Side) 48x5211 Clutch / Brake ( Footrest -Left Side) 48x236 Cut Finger (Mower Deck -Right Side) 48x5491 Craftsman 13,5 (Hood -Right Side) 48x5492 Craftsman 13.5 (Hood -Left Side) 48x5490 Gear Select 5 speed 48x5214...
  • Page 49 NOTES F-O40607L...
  • Page 50 MODEL 536.270290 ENGINE 28R707-1120-E1 I 1019 KIT-LABEL 11o_8 OWNER'S MANUAL 307_ 691 @_ 810 t 27 _ F-O40607L...
  • Page 51 MODEL 536.270290 ENGINE 28R707-1120-E1 PART PART PART DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION Note ..Screw 496413 691003 Cylinder Assembly 399265 696404 Ring Set (Cylinder Shield) Kit-Bushing/Seal 491490 (.010" Oversize) Cover-Cylinder Head (Magneto Side) _391086 Seal-Oil 696405 Ring Set (Used Before Code Date (.020"...
  • Page 52 MODEL 536.270290 ENGINE 28R707-1120-E1 1251 1311 231 _ /s I 634_ I 1091_ 276 _ 108A _ 130A _ 987@ 634A 939} 614Ii 267 _ 562 _!;_ 232 f 1119_ F-O40607L...
  • Page 53 MODEL 536.270290 ENGINE 28R707-1120-E1 PART PART PART DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION 691711 Manifold-intake 494885 Kit-Throttle Shaft 691061 Screw 51 e_,692284 Gasket-Intake 131A 494379 Kit-Throttle Shaft (Magneto Armature) 51A _¢_272554 Gasket-Intake 494381 Float-Carburetor 691691 Washer 691098 Stud 137 e_,281165 Gasket-Float Bowl (Governor Crank) 495097 Kit-Choke...
  • Page 54 MODEL 536.270290 ENGINE 28R707-1120-E1 11036 LABEL-EMISSION 8421 783 _ 344 % 668A 185_ 75 _ 305A 1070_ 1005 F-O40607L...
  • Page 55 MODEL 536.270290 ENGINE 28R707-1120-E1 PART PART PART DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION Tube-Breather Screw 691328 692198 (Starter Drive Cover) 693557 Flywheel (Blower Housing) 691658 Screw Screw 690456 305A 692127 Guard-Flywheel (Crankshaft Extension) 691748 693713 Gear-Pinion Screen-Rotating (Blower Housing) Screw 691655 19203 Flywheel Puller 698329 Wire Assembly Filter-Air Cleaner...
  • Page 56 MODEL 536.270290 ENGINE 28R707-1120-E1 slol 358 ENGINE GASKET 1051b 121 CARBURETOR OVERHAUL 797A @ 106 _ 276 _ 503<_ 105_ 104_ 634_ 95 t_ 697_ 309AI 801A 977 CARBURETOR GASKET 8761 ,lO_p_j 544A 1095 VALVE GASKET 803A_ 310 1 783AO 802AI 1083 '_11A...
  • Page 57 MODEL 536.270290 ENGINE 28R707-1120-E1 PART PART PART DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION _391086 Seal-Oil 276 o.692255 Washer-Sealing (Drive Cap) Motor-Starter 693551 (Magneto Side) 691224 Clip-Wire Motor-Starter 309A 693713 Gear-Pinion 7 O_271866 Gasket-Cylinder Head 783A 693059 Gear-Pinion O_27803 Gasket-Breather (For Replacement 693167 Starter Motor,See Ref. _692226 Gasket-Crankcase 309)
  • Page 58 MODEL 536.270290 PEERLESS TRANSAXLE 915-032A 69 6 1617 MODEL and SERIAL NUMBERS HERE F-040607L...
  • Page 59 MODEL 536.270290 PEERLESS TRANSAXLE 915-032A Part No. Description Part No. Description 772153 Transaxle Cover 786026 Dowel Pin 5/16 x 3/4 780086 Needle Bering .6251D 792076A Flat Washer .3121D .059W 770110 Transaxle Case (Cast) 790096 Brake Lever 776300 Countershaft 792073A Screw, 1/4-20 x 1.25 778281 Spur Gear 16T 792075...
  • Page 60 INDEX Operation, Check, 15, 22 Type, Lubrication Adjustments, Operation Engine, Mower Housing, Level, 25 Attachments, Mower, Air Screen, Clutch / Brake Pedal, Attachments, Ignition Switch, Lift Lever, 10, 13 Location Of Controls, Mower Housing, Maintenance Battery Mowing And Bagging, Charge, Battery Mulching, Check,...
  • Page 61 Este cargo no sera aplicado si Ileva el Craftsman producto a un Centro de Servicio Sears autorizado. Para Iocalizar el Centro de Servicio Sears autorizado, m&s cercano a usted,...
  • Page 62 Felicidades por su compra de este Tractor cortac6sped Tractor cortacesped con motor motor situado detr__s del asiento de Craftsman. Su unidad ha sido situado detras del asiento dise_ada y fabricada para darle los mejores resultados en Io que Anote en los espacios correspondientes,...
  • Page 63 REGLAS DE SEGURIDAD Practicas de operacion segura para vehiculos autoportados Basadas en las recomendaciones del Instituto de Estandares Nacionales de Estados Unidos de America PRECAUCION: Esta maquina cortadora es capaz de amputar manos y pies y de lanzar objetos con mucha fuerza. No respetar las instrucciones de seguridad a continuacion podria resultar en lesiones graves o la muerte del operador o...
  • Page 64 REGLAS DE SEGURIDAD Nunca arranque el motor ni Io deje en marcha dentro de un Evite tener que arrancar el motor o pararlo en una cuesta. recinto cerrado. Si los neumAticos pierden tracci6n, desembrague la cuchi- Ila(s) y contin0e despacio directamente hacia el pie de la...
  • Page 65 REGLAS DE SEGURIDAD SiMBOLOS INTERNACIONALES El &cido sulfOrico puede causar ceguera o PELIGRO: No pisar. quemaduras graves. PELIGRO: Mantenga los pies y las manes IMPORTANTE: Los siguientes simbolos Limpie los ojos inmediatamente con agua. a una distancia segura de la cuchilla en estan ubicados en su unidad o indica- Consiga asistencia m6dica inmediatamente.
  • Page 66 PREPARACION PREPARACION Jale la cinta de separaci6n por mas de doce pulgadas a la vez. Vuelva a tirar de la cinta de separaci6n, esta vez haci6ndolo Lea y siga las instrucciones de preparaci6n para su cortac6sped. mas cerca del cart6n. No tire ninguna de las piezas ni materiales hasta que haya acabado...
  • Page 67 PREPARACION BATERiA LIBRE DE MANTENIMIENTO Use un cargador de baterias de 12 voltios para cargar la bateria. Carguela a una velocidad de 6 amperios per hera. Si IMPORTANTE. Antes de conectar los cables de bateria a la no tiene un cargador, Ileve la bateria a un centro autorizado bateria, compruebe la fecha de la misma.
  • Page 68 PREPARACION COMO PREPARAR EL MOTOR NOTA, El motor viene de fabrica Ileno de aceite, Compruebe su nivel. Armadamas aceite si es necesario. toda informaci6n seguridad, funcionamiento, mantenimiento y almacenamiento antes de utilizar la unidad. COMO REVISAR SI EL CARTER ESTA NIVELADO AsegOrese de haber cortado...
  • Page 69 OPERAClON de encendido Interruptor Stop (_Run Pedal de embrague y freno Start Embrague de aditamento Palanca de freno de estacionamiento Palanca de control Palancade eievaci6n Palanca de control de aceleraci6n Figura 36 La operacion de cualquier cortadora de cesped puede causar el lanzamiento de objetos extrahos y lesionar los ojos, Io cual puede resultar en dar_os graves a la vista.
  • Page 70 OPERAClON ADITAMENTOS Esta unidad puede usar gran variedad de aditamentos. es de 200 libras. El peso bruto es el peso del aditamento o remolque Tambien puede arrastrar aditamentos tales como una barredora y cualquier carga que pueda que se le a_ada. c&sped, un aireador de c&sped,...
  • Page 71 OPERACl0N COMO USAR LA PALANCA DE CAMBIOS Para cambiar la velocidad de avarice o la direcci6n de la unidad, Para avanzar, mueva la palanca de cambioe a uno de los siga los pasos a continuaci6n. ajustes de velocidad de avarice. Para retroceder, mueva la pa- lanca...
  • Page 72 OPERATION COMO ENGANCHAR EL FRENO DE ESTACIONAMIENTO Freno de estacionamiento Empuje el pedal de embrague y freno completamente hacia delante. Pedal de Levante palanca freno estacionamiento embrague y freno (Figure 42). Saque el pi6 del pedal de embrague y freno, luego suelte la pa- lanca del freno de estacionamiento.
  • Page 73 OPERAClON COMO DE INSTALAR EL ADITAMENTO PARA DESCARGA LATERAL Levante la cubierta para trituradora. Monte el aditamento de deeconecte el cable de la bujia. El embrague del adi- deecarga lateral en los mismo pernos que sujetaban la cu- ADVERTENCIA. Para evitar que el motor arranque, tamento tiene que estar en la poeicion de DESEM- bierta para trituradora.
  • Page 74 OPERAClON ANTES DE ENCENDER EL MOTOR REVISE EL ACEITE PRECAUCION: Los combustibles mezcladoe alcohol (llamadoe gaeohol o aquelloe que uean etanol o metanol), NOTA: La unidad rue enviada deeds la fabrica con el motor Ileno pueden atraer humedad Io cual cauea la separaci6n y formacion de aceite SAE, peso 30.
  • Page 75 OPERAClON COM0 0PERAR, CON EL CARTER DE LA CORTADORA ADVERTENCIA: La cubierta para trituradora es un Empuje el pedal de embrague y freno completamente hacia dispositivo de seguridad. No la quite. El deflector adelante. Mueva la palanca de cambios a una de las selecciones de velo- fuerza el material cortado hacia la tierra.
  • Page 76 OPERACl0N SUGERENCIAS PARA LA OPERACION Examine el embrague de aditamentos para el ajuste correcto. AsegL_rese de que el cable de interruptor del asiento est6 co- Para que la cuchilla (o cuchillas) desenganche correctamente, nectado. Si el cable no esta conectado, no se encendera el mo- tor.
  • Page 77 MANTENIMIENTO TABLA DE MANTENIMIENTO Primeras Cada Cada Cada Antesde Cada PROCEDIMIENTO horas horas horas horas guardar Cuchi!la, Inspeccionar y Afilar Bateria, Revisar y Cargar Bateria, Limpiar Lubricaci6n Aceite, Cambiar Silenciador, Revisar Bujia, Revisar Bujia, Reemplazar " RECOMENDACIONES GENERALES El propietario es responsable de dar mantenimiento a este pro-...
  • Page 78 MANTENIMIENTO INSPECCION DE LA CUCHILLA tuerca que sujeta la cuchilla. Una tuerca o cuchilla ADVERTENCIA: Mantenga siempre apretada la floja puede cauear un accidente. cuchilla, deeconecte el cable de la bujia. Si la cu- ADVERTENCIA: Antes de inepeccionar o sacar Apriete la tuerca que sujeta la cuchilla con un par de apriete chilla golpea un objeto,...
  • Page 79 MANTENIMIENTO BATERiA LIBRE DE MANTENIMIENTO COMO DESMONTAR LA BATERiA Limpie los bornee y los extremes de los cables con un cepillo para cables. Si necesita cambiar o limpiar la bateria, desm6ntela de la siguiente Instale la bateria. manera. Aplique grasa a los bornee para prevenir la corrosi6n. ADVERTENCIA.
  • Page 80 MANTENIMIENTO DONDE LUBRICAR _,.%_ Lubrique con aceite de motor las &reas mostra- Aplique grasa con un cepillo alas Areas mostra- das. das. NOTA: Aplique graea al eneamblado del mecaniemo direcci6n. PRECAUCION: Si la unidad ee opera en areas aridae donde hay arena, utilice polvo de grafito eeco para lubricar la unidad.
  • Page 81 MANTENIMIENTO COMO CAMBIAR EL ACEITE MOTOR NOTA: No drene aceite de un motor frio. Antes de drenar el COMO REVISAR EL ACEITE aceite, deje que el motor funcione durante varios minutos. Asegt_rese de no derramar aceite en las correas. NOTA: No revise el nivel del aceite mientras que el motor este en marcha.
  • Page 82 MANTENIMIENTO COMO LIMPIAR LOS FILTROS DE AIRE Algunos motores tienen dos fiitros, un filtro de goma espuma 10. Si el filtro de papel estA muy sucio, reemplAcelo. exterior alrededor de un filtro de papel interno. Limpie los filtros de 11. Ensamble los filtros de aire con la tuerca.
  • Page 83 SERVICIO Y AJUSTE COMO AJUSTAR CONTROL DE ACELERACION REMOTO Para obtener un rendimiento 6ptimo del motor, ajuste el contro! de R.&,PIDC aceleraci6n remoto de la siguiente manera. Control de aceleraci6n Mueva la palanca del control de aceleracion remoto a la po- remoto sici6n RAPIDO (Figura 54).
  • Page 84 SERVICIO Y AJUSTE COMO NIVELAR EL C.&RTER Para que la cuchilla corte con facilidad y el cesped tenga mejor aspecto es necesario que el carter del cortacesped est6 nivelado. PosiciTn de ajuste de nivel ADVERTENCIA. Antes de inspeccionar, ajustar o re- Palanca de elevaciTr parar la unidad, desconecte el cable de la bujia.
  • Page 85 SERVICIO Y AJUSTE COMO AJUSTAR EL EMBRAGUE DE ADITAMENTO Revise las cuchillas. AsegOrese de que est6n bien afiladas. Si no Io estan, las puntas del c6sped se secar&n. ADVERTENCIA: El embrague de aditamento tiene que funcionar correctamente para evitar lesiones. Si ann asi el corte no mejora, cambie la correa de transmi- si6n.
  • Page 86 SERVICIO Y AJUSTE COMO DESMONTAR EL CARTER COMO INSTALAR EL CARTER Empuje el c__rter por debajo del lado derecho de la unidad. Mueva el embrague de aditamento a la posici6n de DESEM- BRAGUE. Ponga la correa de transmisi6n alrededor de la polea doble. El lado en forma de '_/"...
  • Page 87 SERVICIO Y AJUSTE COMO REEMPLAZAR LA CORREA DE TRANSMISION DE MARCHA Monte el extremo de la correa de tranemieion de marcha QUITAR Desmonte alrededor de la polea motriz. el carter cortac6sped. Consulte instrucciones sobre "CSmo desmontar el carter AsegOrese de que la correa de tranemiei6n de marcha cortacesped".
  • Page 88 SERVICIO Y AJUSTE COMO CAMBIAR LA CORREA DE TRANSMISION DEL CORTACESPED Separe el retenedor de la correa de la polea tensora. Colo- Desmonte el carter del cortacesped. Consulte "C6mo desmon- tar el carter". que la correa de transmision alrededor de la polea tensora. Separe el retenedor de la correa de la polea tensora y saque El lade en forma de "V"...
  • Page 89 SERVICIO Y AJUSTE COMO INSTALAR LAS RUEDAS Chaveta Si necesita sacar las ruedas, vuelva a instalarlas de la siguiente Tapacubos manera. Rueda delantera El vastago de valvula tiene que quedar hacia la parte exterior del tractor. Deslice la rueda delantera en la mangiJeta, (Figura 66).
  • Page 90 SERVICIO Y AJUSTE COMO REEMPLAZAR EL FUSIBLE LUBRICACION DE LA UNIDAD Si el fusible estA fundido, no se encendera el motor. La ubicaci6n las instrucciones sobre "D6nde lubricar" en la secci6n del fusible esta al lade de la bateria. Quite el fusible y reemplAcelo Mantenimiento.
  • Page 91 TABLA DE LOCALIZACION DE AVERIAS PROBLEMA: El motor no se enciende. PROBLEMA: Un motor caliente causa disminucion fuerza. Siga los pasos de "C6mo encender el motor" en este manual. Limpie la malla del filtro de aire. Limpie los bornes de la bateria, Apriete los cables, Revise...
  • Page 92 SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO. Garantia limitada de cumplimiento con el Sistema Federal de control de emisiones y con el sistema de control emisiones Estado de California peque5os no aptos (off-road) Motores para carretera NOTA IMPORTANTE CONTROL DE EMISIONES DE CALIFORNIA Y DE LA AGENCIA DE PROTECCION...
  • Page 93 2.Oualquier parte garantizada yrelacionada con emisiones que est6 e speci- empeflo decualquier mantenimiento ocambio delaGarantia SCE, lacual ficada s61o para i nspecciones regulares conforme alManual del P ropietario seproporcionarA sin cargo alguno para e lpropietario. Dicho use no reducira debera estar garantizada por e lPeriodo delaGarantia SOE.
  • Page 94 GUIA DE INCLINACION Doble esta hoja a Io largo de la linea de puntos indicada mas abajo. Sostenga la hoja frente a usted de manera que el borde izquierdo quede paralelo al tronco de un arbol u otra es- tructura erecta.
  • Page 95 INDICE Inspecci6n, Aceite Operaci6n Cambiar, Acelerador, Filtro, Aire, 83 Revisar, 75, 82 Aditamentos, Freno de estacionamento, Tipo, Arrancar el motor, 75 Operaci6n, CArter de la cortadora, Acelerador, Freno de estacionamiento, Corte y recogida de la hierba, Operaci6n, Ubicaci6n, Detener la unidad, Aditamento para descarga lateral,...
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