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Craftsman 536.270280 Operator's Manual

Mid-engine rider 13.5 hp. electric start 30" mower / mulcher hydrostatic drive
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Operator's
Manual
Mid-Engine Rider
13.5 HP. Electric Start
30" Mower / Mulcher
Hydrostatic
Drive
• Safety
• Operation
• Maintenance
• Parts
Model 536.270280
CAUTION:
Before using this
product, read this manual
and follow all of its Safety
Rules and Operating
Instructions.
Manual del usario
Tractor cortac_sped con motor
situado detr&s del asiento
Arranque eldctrico de 13,5 caballos
Cortacdsped / trituradora de 76 cm.
Transmisibn
hidrost&tica
Modelo 536.270280
PRECAUCION:
Antes de usar este
producto, lea este manual y siga
todas las reglas de seguridad e
instrucciones
de operaci6n.
• Seguridad
• Operacibn
• Mantenimiento
• Piezas
Sears, Roebuck and Co., Hoffman Estates, IL. 60179 U.S.A.
F-030614L
www.sears.com/craftsman

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  • Page 1 • Seguridad Modelo 536.270280 • Operacibn • Mantenimiento PRECAUCION: Antes de usar este • Piezas producto, lea este manual y siga todas las reglas de seguridad e instrucciones de operaci6n. Sears, Roebuck and Co., Hoffman Estates, IL. 60179 U.S.A. F-030614L www.sears.com/craftsman...
  • Page 2 30 days of purchase, there will be no charges to replace the battery at your home. After the first 30 days, for your conve- nience, IN-HOME warranty service will still be available but a trip charge will apply. This charge will be waived if the Craftsman product is dropped off at an authorized Sears location.
  • Page 3: Specifications

    Congratulations on your purchase of a Craftsman Mid-Engine Rider. It has been designed, engineered and manufactured to Craftsman Mid-Engine Rider give you the best possible dependability and performance. Record in the space below the serial number and the date of purchase of this unit.
  • Page 4: Safety Rules

    SAFETY RU LES 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. 21. Data indicates that operators, age 60 years and above, are in- General operation volved in a large percentage of riding mower related injuries.
  • Page 5: Of The Owner

    SAFETY RU LES 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 RU LES INTERNATIONAL PICTORIALS IMPORTANT: Some of the following pic- Flush Eyes Immediately With Water. DANGER: No Step. 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 Away From Rotating Blade.
  • Page 7: How To Remove

    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. All fasteners are in the parts bag. Do not discard any parts or material Re-grasp the tear tape next to the carton and pullagain.
  • 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 you attach the battery cables to the charger, have a Sears or other qualified Service Center charge battery, check the battery date.
  • Page 9: Check The Level Of The Mower Housing

    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 the level of cut is still correct.
  • Page 10: Operation

    OPERATION Ignition Stop _)Run Clutch / Brake Pedal Start Attachment Clutch Parkiing Brake Speed Control Lever Lift Lever Throttle Control Lever Figure 2 damage. Always wear safety glasses or eye shields before starting your lawn mower and while mowing. We recom- The operation of any lawn mower can result in foreign objects thrown mend standard safety glasses or a wide vision safety mask worn over spectacles.
  • Page 11: How To Stop The Unit

    OPERATION HOW TO STOP THE UNIT The electrical system has an operator presence system that Move the speed control lever to the NEUTRAL position. includes a sensor switch mounted in the seat. These components Set the parking brake. tell the electrical system if the operator is sitting on the seat. This system will stop the engine when the operator leaves the seat.
  • Page 12 OPERATION HOW TO USE THE ATTACHMENT CLUTCH Use the attachment clutch to engage the blade (Figure 5). Before you start the engine, make sure the attachment clutch is in the DISENGAGE position. To rotate the blade, move the attachment clutch forward to lock the blade in the ENGAGE position.
  • Page 13: How To Use The Speed Control

    OPERATION HOW TO USE THE SPEED CONTROL LEVER The Hydrostatic Drive is very easy to operate. The drive system has a a clutch/brake pedal on the left side (see Figure 8) and a speed control lever on the right side (see Figure 9). Clutch/Brake Pedal The speed and direction of travel is controlled by the speed control...
  • Page 14: How To Transport

    OPERATION SPEED CONTROL LEVER POSITIONS SPEED The forward speed is controlled by the position of the speed control FUNCTION CONTROL THROTTLE lever. The following chart provides functions along with the LEVER POSITION positions of the speed control lever. Always operate the engine with the throttle control in the FAST position.
  • Page 15 OPERATION HOW TO INSTALL THE SIDE DISCHARGE ATTACHMENT Remove the two wingnuts (see Figure 11). connect the wire from the spark plug. Make sure the WARNING: To prevent the engine from starting, dis- Liftthe mulcher cover. Mount the side discharge attachment attachment clutch is in the DISENGAGE position.
  • Page 16: Add Gasoline

    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 17: How To Operatewith The Mower Housing

    OPERATION HOW TO OPERATEWITH THE MOWER HOUSING WARNING: The mulch cover is a safety device. Do not CAUTION: Do not operate with the mower housing in the LEVEL ADJUSTMENT position. If you operate in the remove the mulch cover. The side discharge attach- LEVEL ADJUSTMENT position, the mower housing and ment forces...
  • Page 18 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 19: Maintenance

    MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE TABLE FIRST EVERY EVERY EVERY EACH BEFORE PROCEDURE HOURS HOURS HOURS HOURS STORAGE Blade, Inspect and Sharpen Battery, Check and Charge Lubrication Oil, Change Muffler, Check Spark Plug, Check GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS The owner's responsibility is to maintain this product. This will Follow the Maintenance and the Service And Adjustment sec- extend the life of the product and is also necessary to maintain tion to keep the unit in good operating condition.
  • Page 20 MAINTENANCE INSPECT BLADE Tigh_nthe nutth_ holdsthe bladeto atorqueof35fo_ pounds. WARNING: Before you inspect or remove the blade, disconnect the wire to the spark plug. If the blade 4_lb hits an object, stop the engine. Check the unit for damage. The blade has sharp edges. When you hold the blade, use gloves or cloth material to pro- tect your hands.
  • Page 21 MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE FREE BATTERY Clean the terminals and the ends of the cables with a wire HOW TO REMOVE THE BATTERY 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. WARNING: To prevent sparks, disconnect the black battery cable from the negative (-) terminal before you HOW TO CHARGE THE BATTERY...
  • Page 22 MAINTENANCE WHERE TO LUBRICATE Apply grease with a brush to the areas shown. Lubricate the areas shown with engine oil. 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 23 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 24: How To Clean The Air Filters

    MAINTENANCE HOW TO CLEAN THE AIR FILTERS 11. Assemble the air filters with the nut. Some engines have two filters, an outer foam filter around an inner paper filter. Clean the air filters every 50 hours. If you operate in 12.
  • Page 25: Service And Adjustment

    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 Move the remote throttle control to the FAST position (see Control Figure 21). SLOW The hole inthe governor control lever (located just behind gov- Figure 21 ernor control plate) must align with the hole in the governor...
  • Page 26 SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENT HOW TO LEVEL THE MOWER HOUSING If the mower housing is level, the blade will cut easier and the lawn will look better. Position WARNING: Before you make an inspection, adjust- ment, or repair to the unit, disconnect the wire to the Lift Lever spark plug.
  • Page 27: How To Adjust The Attachment Clutch

    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 28 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 29). Put the mower drive belt around the stack pulley.
  • Page 29 SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENT HOW TO REPLACE THE MOTION DRIVE BELTS ENGINE DRIVE BELT REMOVAL Remove the mower housing. See the instructions on "How To Remove The Mower Housing". Set the rear hitch on a 10 to 12 inch block. The block must be high enough to raise the rear wheel of off the ground (see Figure 31).
  • Page 30: How To Replace

    SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENT HOW TO REPLACE THE MOWER DRIVE BELT Remove the mower housing. See the instructions on "How To Pull the belt retainer away from the idler pulley. Put the mow- Remove The Mower Housing". er drive belt around the idler pulley. Pull the belt retainer away from the idler pulley and remove the mower drive belt (Figure 36).
  • Page 31 SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENT HOW TO ADJUST THE SPEED CONTROL LEVER WARNING: Before you make an inspection, adjust- Assemble the adjuster nut to the hydro actuator arm and ment, or repair to the unit, disconnect the wire to the secure with the hair pin. spark plug.
  • Page 32: How To Install

    SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENT HOW TO INSTALL THE WHEELS If the wheels must be removed for service, make sure they are installed as follows. Front Wheel Make sure thevalve stem is to theoutsideof thetractor.Slide the front wheel on the spindle (See Figure39). Spindle Fasten the front wheel with washer and cotter pin.
  • Page 33 SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENT HOW TO REPLACE THE FUSE THE ENGINE tf 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 34: Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING CHART Drain the fuel tank. Clean the fuel line. Replace the fuel filter. PROBLEM: The engine will not start. Follow the steps, "How To Start The Engine" in this book. PROBLEM: A hot engine causes a decrease in power. Electric-Start Models: Clean the battery terminals.
  • Page 35 SEARS, ROEBUCK 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 36 7.Throughout theECS Warranty Period, Sears, Roebuck and Co. s hall EMISSION-RELATED PARTS INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING: maintain asupply ofwarranted emission-related pads sufficient to meet the 1. Carburetor Assembly and its Internal Components expected demand for such emission related parts. a) Fuel filter 8.
  • Page 37: Slope Guide

    SLOPE GUIDE 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 ..1.5D_,,- fo d n the direction of the hill or slope you want to measure.
  • Page 38: Repair Parts

    REPAIR PARTS MODEL 536.270280 CHASSIS & HOOD 14 f "/26 _'20 F 030614L...
  • Page 39 REPAIR PARTS MODEL 536.270280 CHASSIS & HOOD Part No. Description Part No. Description 690566 Seat 26x263 Screw 1401027E201 Hood 1401110 Rod, Hood Prop 017x47 Washer 1401147 Spring, Seat Deck 1001054 Bolt, Wing 1401297E701 Bracket, Prop Rod 26x201 Screw 002x53 Bolt, Carriage 15x116 Nut, NY-Lock 1401036E701...
  • Page 40 REPAIR PARTS MODEL 536.270280 STEERING 34 / ,_31 25 '----_ "_ 17 / "\ /" "\, F 030614L...
  • Page 41 REPAIR PARTS MODEL 536.270280 STEERING Part No. Description Part No. Description 095185 Wheel, Steering 1401099 Gear, Pinion 0711326 Cap, Steering (Black) 0tx146 Bolt, Hex 1401067 Console, High (Black) 0tlx28 E-Ring, Retainer 26x270 Screw 030x35 Pin, Cotter 1401090 Bearing, Upper Steering 094131 Retainer, Spring 1401100...
  • Page 42 REPAIR PARTS MODEL 536.270280 MOTION DRIVE 22 _ _o,/ 67 / F 030614L...
  • Page 43 REPAIR PARTS MODEL 536.270280 MOTION DRIVE Description Part No. Part No. Description 1401057E70t Plate, Belt Guide Engine Guide, Belt-Long 1401105 091309 Gasket, Muffler 031x4 Pin, Hair 091271 Muffler Guide, Belt-Short 1401104 092378 Lock, Muffler Screw Bracket, Lift Pivot 1401299E701 0tx134 Bolt, Hex Rod, Shift Link 1401307 Z...
  • Page 44 REPAIR PARTS MODEL 536.270280 MOWER HOUSING SUSPENSION F 030614L...
  • Page 45 REPAIR PARTS MODEL 536.270280 MOWER HOUSING SUSPENSION Part No. Description Part No. Description 092697 17x206 Washer Grip, Lift Lever 1401117 Lever, Lift 015x79 Nut, Flange 165x154 Spring, Extension 015x84 Nut, Flange 094137 Pad, Friction 1401147 Spring, Leaf 017x45 Washer 1401040 Hanger, Front 095004 1401116...
  • Page 46 REPAIR PARTS MODEL 536.270280 MOWER HOUSING 63 _ 12 " 60 -- F 030614L...
  • Page 47 REPAIR PARTS MODEL 536.270280 MOWER HOUSING Part No. Description Part No. Description 009x42 Bert, Shoulder 37xltl Be_t, Blade Drive 030x20 Pin, Cotter 1401092 Pulley, Input t401185E70t Arm Assembly, Brake 15x140 Locknut 1401119 Link, Idler Arm 015x98 Nut, Range 0025x7 Bolt 1401252 Pulley, Idler 140t052E701...
  • Page 48 REPAIR PARTS MODEL 536.270280 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM CLUTCfl IGNII10NSWITCH BRN_ OFF I M+G ORANQE I RUNll B+L DBENOAGED IPmu. Ufl SQLEliOID IONl'nON Swl"rc;'-I MEWED FflOM BACK _S.qMAI_I RE SEAT SWITCH YELLOW ® SEATS1_ UNOCCUmED BLACK ORANGE GRAPHIC flEFflESENTATION OF I_i1110N SW11CH (SHOWN IN OFF POSI'ilON) YELLOW FT0 stm'_...
  • Page 49 REPAIR PARTS MODEL 536.270280 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM Part Description 250xlt5 Harness, Chassis Wire 1401149 Switch, Ignition 327349 Key, Ignition Nut, Hex Cap, Ignition 1001575 Switch, Limit 054212 Fuse 407078 Holder, Fuse 094613 Solenoid 26x229 Screw, Mounting 15x116 Locknut 024x37 Cable, Battery Ground Screw, Ground Cable 092739 Battery...
  • Page 50 NO STEP (Mower Deck - Left Side) 48x929 Clutch / Brake ( Footrest -Left Side) 48x236 Cut Finger (Mower Deck -Right Side) 48x5170 Craftsman 13.5 (Hood -Right Side) 48x5169 Craftsman 13.5 (Hood -Left Side) 44x6456 Deck Level Position / ONLY (Seat Deck -Left Side) 48x5057...
  • Page 51 NOTES F 030614L...
  • Page 52 MODEL 536.270280 ENGINE 28R707-1120-E1 I 1019 KIT-LABEL I 1058 OWNER'S MANUAL 307_ 13A_ 810 t F 030614L...
  • Page 53 MODEL 536.270280 ENGINE 28R707-1120-E1 PART REF. PART REF. PART DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION 496413 Note -- 691003 Screw Cylinder Assembly 399265 Kit-Bushing/Seal 696404 Ring Set (Cylinder Shield) (.010" Oversize) (Magneto Side) 491490 Cover-Cylinder Head *391086 Seal-Oil 696405 Ring Set (Used Before Code Date (Magneto Side) (.020"...
  • Page 54 ENGINE 28R707-1120-E1 MODEL 536.270280 13o_ lo8@ 95 _t 987_ 692 |634_ 9751 1270 _ lo5_ 186_ 142_ 106_ lO8A_ II 130A_ 987® 634A_ 6141l 267 _ 209 _ 4741 F 030614L...
  • Page 55 MODEL 536.270280 ENGINE 28R707-1120-E1 PART PART PART DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION 691711 Manifold-Intake 494885 Kit-Throttle Shaft 691061 Screw 51 e.692284 Gasket-intake Kit-Throttle Shaft 131A 494379 (Magneto Armature) Float-Carburetor 51A *®272554 Gasket-Intake 494381 691691 Washer 691096 Stud 137 e,281165 Gasket-Float Bowl (Governor Crank) 495097 Kit-Choke Shaft...
  • Page 56 MODEL 536.270280 ENGINE 28R707-1120-E1 11o36 LABEL-EMISSION 5251 s ,,_=/ 84;_ 167_ 726_ 305_ 11 _76 185_ 305A 1070_ 1005 F 030614L...
  • Page 57 MODEL 536.270280 ENGINE 28R707-1120-E1 PART PART PART DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION 691328 Tube-Breather 692198 Screw (Starter Drive Cover) 691658 Screw 693557 Flywheel (Blower Housing) Screw 690456 305A 692127 (Crankshaft Extension) Guard-Flywheel 691748 693713 Gear-Pinion Screen-Rotating (Blower Housing) 691655 Screw 19203 Flywheel Puller 698329 Wire Assembly 496894...
  • Page 58: Gasket Set

    MODEL 536.270280 ENGINE 28R707-1120-E1 358 ENGINE GASKET 797A _ 121 CARBURETOR OVERHAUL 8011 106 _ 276 _ 503< 634_ 105_ 231 _ 104_ 634A_ 697_ 801A_ 977 CARBURETOR GASKET 5,_At 276_ 803A_ 1095 VALVE GASKET 783A_ 81__3_ 1083 176/ NOTE: For Replacement Starter Motor, See Reference 309.
  • Page 59 MODEL 536.270280 ENGINE 28R707-1120-E1 PART PART PART DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION .391086 Seal-Oil 276 e,692255 Washer-Sealing (Drive Cap) Motor-Starter 693551 (Magneto Side) 691224 Clip-Wire Motor-Starter 693713 Gear-Pinion 309A 7®*271666 Gasket-Cylinder Head 9 0*27663 Gasket-Breather 783A 693059 Gear-Pinion (For Replacement *692226 Gasket-Crankcase 693167 Starter Motor, See Ref.
  • Page 60 MODEL' 536.2.70280 fZ{_6 . .d_.6 __030614L...
  • Page 61 MODEL 536.270280 PEERLESS HYDRO 2000-2000-018 109A 200A 210A F 030614L...
  • Page 62 MODEL 536.270280 PEERLESS HYDRO 2000-2000-018 Part No. Part No. Description Description 772152 788088A Oil Seat .750 Cover RH (Mach) 770136 792141 Washer .377tD .058W Case RH (Cast) 776441 Counter Shaft 792200 Snubber Washer 778263 792184 Washer .437tD. 078W Spur Gear 11T 786197 Neutral Sleeve .572L 792193...
  • Page 63: Trouble Shooting Chart

    INDEX Mulcher, Operation, 18 Mulcher Cover, Remove, 15 Adjustments Filter, Air, 24 Clutch, 31 Fuel, Type, 16 Mower Housing, Level, 26 Fuse, 33 Air Screen, 23 Change, 23 Attachments, 17 Check, 16, 23 Automatic Drive Disconnect, Type, 16 Operation, 12 Operation Ignition Switch, Location, 10 Attachments,...
  • Page 64 NOTES F 030614L...
  • Page 65 Para su conveniencia, el servicio de garantia A DOMtCILtO estar_ disponible todavia despu6s de los primeros 30 dias de la fecha de compra, pero se aplicar_ a este servicio un cargo por el viaje. Este cargo no ser& aplicado si Ileva el Craftsman producto a un Centro de Servicio Sears autorizado.
  • Page 66: Especificaciones

    Felicidades por su compra de este Tractor cortac_sped con Tractor cortac_sped con motor motor situado detr&s del asienfo de Craftsman. Su unidad ha sido situado detr_s del asiento diseSada y fabricada para darle los mejores resulfados en Io que Anote en los espacios correspondientes,el nt_merode serie se refiere a confiabilidad y desempefio.
  • Page 67: Reglas De Seguridad

    REGLAS DE SEGURIDAD Practicas de operacion segura para vehiculos autoportados Basadas en las recomendaciones del Instituto de Estandares Nacionales de Estados Unidos de America respetar las instrucciones de seguridad a continuacion podrla resultar en lesiones graves o la muerte del operador o PRECAUCION: Esta maquina cortadora es capaz de amputar manos y pies y de lanzar objetos con mucha fuerza.
  • Page 68 REGLAS DE SEGURIDAD Evite tener que arrancar el motor o parade en una cuesta. Nunca arranque el motor ni Io deje en marcha dentro de un recinto cerrado. Si los neumaticos pierden tracci6n, desembrague la cuchi- Ila(s) y continue despacio direetamente haole el pie de la Mantenga todas las tuercas y pernos apretados, especial- cuesta.
  • Page 69: Simbolos Internacionales

    REGLAS DE SEGURIDAD SiMBOLOS INTERNACIONALES El Acido sutfSrico puede causar ceguera o PELIGRO: No pisar. quemaduras graves. PELIGRO: Mantenga los pies y las manos IMPORTANTE: Los siguientes slmbolos Limpie los ojos inmediatamente con agua. a una distancia segura de la cuchiila en estan ubicados en su unidad o indica- Consiga asistencia m6dica inmediatamente.
  • Page 70 PREPARACION PREPARACION Ubique las dos leng0etas de separaci6n ubicadas en la parte superior de la caja de cart6n. Lea y siga las instrucciones de preparaci6n para su cortac_sped. Jale la cinta de separaci6n pot m&s de doce pulgadas a la vez. Todos los sujetadores se encuentran en la bolsa de piezas.
  • Page 71 PREPARACION BATERiA LIBRE DE MANTENIMIENTO Use un cargador de baterias de 12 voltios para cargar la bataria. C&rguela a una velocidad de 6 amperios por hora. Si IMPORTANTE. Antes de conectar los cables de bateria a la no tiene un cargador, Ileve la bateda a un centro autorizado bateria, compruebe la fecha de la misma.
  • Page 72 PREPARACION COMO PREPARAR EL MOTOR NOTA. El motor viene de fabrica Ileno de aceite. Compruebe su nivel. A_ada mas aceite si esnecesario. toda informaci6n seguridad, funcionamiento, mantenimiento y almacenamiento antes de utilizar la unidad. COMO REVISAR SI EL CARTER ESTA NIVELADO AsegQrese de haber cortado el c_sped de manera uniforme.
  • Page 73 OPERACION ]nterruptor de encendido Stop (_Run Pedal de embrague y freno Start Embrague de aditamento Palanca de freno de estacionamiento PaIanca de control de velocidad Palancade elevaci6n Palanca de control de Figura 43 La operacion de cualquier cortadora de cesped puede causar el lanzamiento de objetos extrafios y lesionar los ojos, Io cual puede resultar en dafios graves a la vista.
  • Page 74 OPERACION COMO DETENER LA UNIDAD El sistema electrico tiene un sistema que detecta la presencia del Mueva la palanca de control de velocidad a la posici6n NEU- TRO. operador, el cual incluye un sensor conectado al asiento. Estos componentes le indican al sistema electrico si el operador esta Enganche elfreno de estacionamiento.
  • Page 75 OPERACION COMO USAR EL EMBRAGUE DE ADITAMENTO El embrague de aditamentos se usa para enganchar la cuchilla (Figura 46). Antes de arrancar el motor, asegt_rese de que el embrague de aditamentos est_ en la posicion DESEMBRAGUE. Para que la cuchilla empiece a girar, mueva el embrague de aditamentos hacia adelante para bloquear la en la posici6n de EMBRAGUE.
  • Page 76 OPERACION COMO USAR LA PALANCA DE CONTROL DE VELOCIDADES La transmisi6n hidrost&tica es muy f&cil de operar. El sistema de transmisi6n tiene un pedal de embrague / freno en el lade izquierdo Pedal de (Figura 49) y una palanca de control de velocidades y direcci6n en embrague/freno el lado derecho (Figura 50).
  • Page 77 OPERACION POSICIONES DE LA PALANCA FUNCK_N POSICl6NDE CONTROL DE DE CONTROL DE VELOCIDADES LA PALANCADE ACELERACI(_N La velocidad de avance se controla por la posici6n de la palanca C0NTROLDE VELOCIDADES de control de velocidades. El cuadro siguiente incluye las funciones junto con las posiciones correspondientes de la palanca de control de velocidades.
  • Page 78 OPERACION COMO DE INSTALAR EL ADITAMENTO PARA DESCARGA LATERAL Levante [acubierta para trituradora. Monte el aditamento de ADVERTENCIA. Para evitar que el motor arranque, desconecte el cable de la bujia. El embrague del adi- descarga lateral en los mismo pemos que sujetaban la cu- tamento tiene que estar en la posicion de DESEM- bierta para trituradora.
  • Page 79 OPERACION ANTES DE ENCENDER EL MOTOR REVISE EL ACEITE PRECAUCION: Los combustibles mezclados alcohol (llamados gasohol o aquellos que usan etanol o metanol), NOTA: La unidad fue enviada desde la fabrica con el motor Ileno pueden atraer humeded Io cual causa la separacion y formacibn de aceite SAE, peso 30.
  • Page 80: Como Operar

    OPERACION C0M0 0PERAR, CON EL CARTER DE LA C0RTADORA ADVERTENCIA: La cubierta para trituradora es un Mueva el acelerador a la posici6n LENTO. dispositivo de seguridad. No la quite. El deflector fuerza el material cortado hacia la tierra. Mantengalo Mueva el embrague de aditamento a la posici6n de ENGAN- siempre en la posicion hacia abajo.
  • Page 81 OPERACION SUGERENCIAS PARA LA OPERACION Examine el embrague de aditamentos para el ajuste correcto. Asegt_rese de que el cable de interrupter del asiento est_ co- Para que la cuchilla (o cuchillas) desenganche correctamente, nectado. Si el cable no est& conectado, no se encender& el mo- tor.
  • Page 82: Mantenimiento

    MANTENIMIENTO TABLA DE MANTENIMIENTO Primeras Cada Cada Cada Cada Antesde PROCEDIMIENTO horas horas horas horas guardar Cuchilla, Inspeccionar y Afilar Bateria, Revisar y Cargar Lubricaci6n Aceite, Cambiar Silenciador, Revisar Bujia, Revisar RECOMENDACIONES GENERALES El propietario es responsable de dar mantenimiento a este pro- Siga las indicaciones de las secciones de Mantenimiento y de ducto.
  • Page 83 MANTENIMIENTO INSPECCION DE LA CUCHILLA tuerca que sujeta la cuchilla. Una tuerca o cuchilla DVERTENCIA: Mantenga siempre apretada la floja puede causar un accidente. cuchilla, desconecte el cable de la bujia. Si la cu- 4_lb ADVERTENCIA: Antes de inspeccionar o sacar la Apriete la tuerca que sujeta la cuchilla con un par de apriete chilla golpea un objeto, pare el motor.
  • Page 84 MANTENIMIENTO BATERiA LIBRE DE MANTENIMIENTO COMO DESMONTAR LA BATERiA Limpie los bornes y los extremos de los cables con un cepi]lo para cables. Si necesita cambiar o limpiar la baterla, desm6ntela de la siguiente Instale la bateria. manera. Aplique grasa a los bornes para prevenir la corrosi6n. ADVERTENCIA.
  • Page 85 MANTENIMIENTO DONDE LUBRICAR Lubrique con aceite de motor las &reas mostra- das. Aplique grasa con un cepillo alas &reas mostra- das. NOTA: Aplique grasa al ensamblado del mecanismo direccibn. PRECAUCION: Si la unidad se opera en areas aridas donde hay arena, utilice polvo de grafito seco para lubricar la unidad. Figura 58 F 030614L...
  • Page 86 MANTENIMIENTO MOTOR COMO CAMBIAR EL ACEITE 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. Aseg_rese de no derramar aceite en las correas. NOTA: No revise el nivel del aceite mientras que el motor este en marcha.
  • Page 87 MANTENIMIENTO COMO LIMPIAR LOS FILTROS DE AIRE Algunos motores tienen dos filtros, un filtro de goma espuma 10. Si el filtro de papel est& muy sucio, reempl&celo. exterior alrededor de un filtro de papel interno. Limpie los filtros de 11. Eneamble los filtros de aire con la tuerca. aire despues de cada 50 horas de funcionamiento.
  • Page 88: Servicio Y Ajuste

    SERVICIO Y AJUSTE COMO AJUSTAR CONTROL DE ACELERACION REMOTO Para obtener un rendimiento 6ptimo del motor, ajuste el control de aceleraci6n remoto de la siguiente manera. ContmI de Mueva la palanca del control de aceleracion remoto a la po- aceleraci6n i'emoto siciSn R,&PIDO (Figura 62).
  • Page 89 SERVICIO Y AJUSTE COMO NIVELAR EL CARTER Para que la cuchilla corte con facilidad y el c_sped tenga mejor aspecto es necesario que el c&rter del cortac_sped este nivelado. Posici6n de a uste de nivel ADVERTENCIA. Antes de inspeccionar, ajustar o re- parar la unidad, desconecte el cable de la bujia.
  • Page 90 SERVICIO Y AJUSTE COMO AJUSTAR EL EMBRAGUEDE ADITAMENTO Revise las cuchillas. AsegQrese de que esten bien affiadas. Si no Io est&n, las puntas del c_sped se secar&n. 4_lb ADVERTENCIA: El embrague de aditamento tiene Si at_n asi el corte no mejora, cambie la correa de transmi- que funcionar correctamente para evitar lesiones.
  • Page 91 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 lade en forma de '_/"...
  • Page 92 SERVICIO Y AJUSTE COMO REEMPLAZAR CORREA DE PROPULSION REMOCI()N DE, LA CORREA DE PROPULSION DEL MOTOR Desmonte el c&rter cortac_sped. Consulte instrucciones en la secci6n "C6mo desmontar el c&rter del cortac_sped". Coloque el enganche trasero sobre un bloque de 10 a 12 pulgadas.
  • Page 93 SERVICIO Y AJUSTE COMO CAMBIAR LA CORREA DE TRANSMISION DEL CORTACI_SPED Desmonte el c&rter de] cortac_sped. Consulte "C6mo desmon- Separe el retenedor de la correa de la polea tensors. Co]o- tar el c&rter". que la correa de transmisi6n alrededor de la polestensors. Separe el retenedor de la correa de la polea tensors y saque El lado en forma de "_f' de la correa de trsnsmision tiene que la correa de transmisi6n...
  • Page 94 SERVICIO Y AJUSTE COMO AJUSTAR LA PALANCA Si la unidad se movia lentamente hacia atr&s cuando la palan- ca de control de velocidades estaba en la posici6n NEUTRO, DE CONTROL DE VELOCIDADES entonces gire la tuerea ajuatable hacia la izquierda (hacia atr&s), una o dos vueltas.
  • Page 95: Como Instalar

    SERVICIO Y AJUSTE COMO INSTALAR LAS RUEDAS Chaveta Si necesita sacar las ruedas, vuelva a instaladas de la siguiente manera. Tapacubos Arandela Arandela Rueda delantera El vastago de valvulatiene que quedar hacia la parte exterior del tractor. Deslice la rueda delantera en la mang_eta. (Figura 80).
  • Page 96 SERVICIO Y AJUSTE CC)MO REEMPLAZAR EL FUSIBLE LUBRICACION DE LA UNIDAD Si el fusible est& fundido, no se encender& el motor. La ubicaci6n Yea las instrucciones sobre "D6nde lubricar" en la secci6n de del fusible est& al lado de la baferia. Quite el fusible y reempl&celo Mantenimiento.
  • Page 97 TABLA DE LOCALIZACION DE AVERIAS PROBLEMA: El motor no se enciende. Ajuste el acelerador. Siga los pasos de"C6mo encender el motor" en este manual. Drene el tanque de combustible. Limpie la linea de combusti- ble. Reemplace el filtro de combustible. Limpie los bornes de la bated&...
  • Page 98 SEARS, ROEBUCK Garantia limitada de cumplimiento con el Sistema Federal de control de emisiones y con el sistema de control de emisiones del Estado de California Motores pequefms no aptos para carretera (off-road) CONTROL DE EMISIONES DE CALIFORNIA Y DE LA NOTA IMPORTANTE AGENClA DE PROTECCI6N AMBIENTAL (EPA) DE E.U.A.
  • Page 99 2.Cualquier parte g arantizada yretacionada con emisiones que est_ e speci- empefio de cualquier mantenimiento o cambio de la Garantla SCE, la cual ficada s61o para i nspecciones regulates conforme alManual del P ropietario se proporcionar& sin cargo alguno para el propietario. Dicho uso no reducira debera estar garantizada por el Periodo de la Garantia SCE.
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  • Page 101: Guia De Inclinacion

    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 horde izquierdo quede paralelo al tronco de un arbol u otra es- tructura erecta.
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  • Page 103 INDICE Inspecci6n, 83 Parachispas, 72 Preparaci6n, 72 Aceite Rejilla parachispas, 86 Silenciador, 86 Cambiar, 86 Desconexi6n autom&tica, Operaci6n, 75 Sistema de enfriamiento, 86 Revisar, 79, 86 Tipo, 79 Aditamento para descarga lateral, Embrague Instalar, 78 Operaci6n Ajustar, 94 Aditamentos, 80 Aditamentos, 80 Revisar, 94 Arrancar el motor, 79...
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