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Assembly Instructions; Splash Deflector Assembly; Shoulder Harness - Craftsman BRUSHWACKER 636.795454 Owner's Manual

37.7 cc gas brushwacker
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ASSEMBLY
INSTRUCTIONS
1.
After checking parts, fasten fuel tank and fit drive shaft
to engine with four screws. Figure 1.
5.
SPLASH
DEFLECTOR
ASSEMBLY
Attach the splash deflector unit to the Drive Shaft Hous-
ing using the clamp and screws provided. See figure 4.
GROUND
WIRE
OF TOGGLE
SWITCH
.
3.
4=
/
STAND
Figure 1
Attach stand to engine with two bolts. Figure 1.
Clamp
the handle bar to the drive shaft.
Connect
the
toggle
switch
cord
with
the
cord
coming
from
the ignition
coil.
Figure
2.
Figure 2
Wind the spiral tube round both
the throttle
wire and
the toggle switch cord as in the figure. Attach waist pad.
Figure 3.
WAIST
PAD
SPIRAL TUBE
Figure
3
6.
Figure 4
You
are now
ready
to mount
the
blade
and
Arbor
Lock
on the
end of the
drive
shaft.
CAUTION:
The
teeth
on the
blade
are very
sharp.
Wear
gloves
and be
careful!
The arbor
shaft
and nut have left hand threads.
Pay par-
ticular
attention
to
blade
rotation
when
installing
the
blade.
Blade has counter-clockwise
rotation
when
viewed
from
the engine
end of the machine.
When
installing
the
blade,
fasten
the shaft with
lock
handle.
Figure 5.
L O CKXANO
@
Figure 5
7.
SHOULDER
HARNESS
The SHOULDER
HARNESS clips in one of the holes of
the bracket as shown. Adjust so that the blade is parallel
to the ground and you are comfortable. Figure 6.
WARNING!
WARNING!
WARNING!
The shoulder harness must be worn, the safety handle installed
properly
and both hands kept on the handles at all times while
running
this
unit.
Positive
control
is mandatory
for
safe
operation.
DO NOT EDGE WITH THE METAL
BLADE!
Keep
blades sharp at all times. Splash deflector
must be in place
when
using brush blades. For blade replacement,
use only
blades built
for
this unit.
DO NOT SUBSTITUTE.
Always
shut unit off before disconnecting
shoulder harness to examine
blade. BEFORE
EACH
USE, examine
the nuts which hold
blade on to determine
if they are tight.

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