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  • Page 1 Model No. 247.776411 o SAFETY ASSEMBLY OPERATION MAINTENANCE PARTS LIST CAUTION: Before using Espa_ol this product, read this manual and follow safety rules and operating instructions. Sears Brands Management Corporation, Hoffman Estates, iL 60179, U.S.A. Visit our website: www.craftsman.corn FORMNO.769-05240B 6/14/2011...
  • Page 2 YEAR FULL WARRANTY FORONEYEARfrom the dateof purchase,this productis warrantedagainstanydefectsin materialor workmanship. A defectiveproductwill receivefree repairor replacementif repairis unavailable. Forwarrantycoveragedetailsto obtainfree repairor replacement, v isitthe web Thiswarranty coversONLYdefects in material and workmanship. Warranty coveragedoes NOT include: • Expendableitemsthat can wearoutfrom normalusewithin thewarrantyperiod,such as the spark plug, air cleaner, belts, and oil filter.
  • Page 3: California Proposition

    This machinewas built to be operatedaccordingto the safe opera- tion practicesin this manual.As with any type of powerequipment, which,if not followed,could endangerthe personal This symbolpointsout importantsafetyinstructions carelessnessor error on the part of the operatorcan resultin safetyand/or propertyof yourselfand others.Read and followall instructionsin this manualbefore seriousinjury.This machineis capableof amputatingfingers,hands, toes and feet and throwingdebris.
  • Page 4: Operation

    OPERATION Alwaysoperatethis machinefrom theoperatorzone(s) specified in the manual.See Figure1. Beforestartingthis machine,reviewthe "SafetyInstructions". Failureto followthese rulesmay resultin seriousinjuryto the Vertical operatoror bystanders. Neverleavethis machineunattended with the engine running. Donot operatemachinewhile underthe influenceof alcohol, drugs, or medication. Neverallowanyoneto operatethis machinewithoutproper instruction. Alwaysoperatethis machinewith all safetyequipmentin place and working.Makesureall controlsare operatingproperlyfor safe operation.
  • Page 5: Maintenance And Storage

    17.Donot t ow machine over 45mph. SPARK ARRESTOR 18.See Transporting the Log Splitter section inthis manual forproper towing instructions once a llfederal, local, orstate requirements are met. This machineis equippedwith an internalcombustion engineand shouldnotbe usedon or near anyunimproved forest-covered, b rush MAINTENANCE AND STORAGE coveredor grass-covered land unlesstheengine'sexhaustsystem...
  • Page 6 SAFETY SYMBOLS This pagedepictsand describessafetysymbolsthat mayappear on this product. Read,understand,and followall instructionson the machine beforeattemptingto assembleand operate. READTHEOPERATOR'S MANUAL(S) Read,understand,andfollow all instructionsin the manual(s)beforeattemptingto assemble and operate WARNING-- CRUSHING HAZARD Keephandsaway fromwedge,end plate, partiallysplitwood and movingparts. 'l I BYSTANDERS Keepbystanders,helpersand childrenat least 10feet away. SINGLEOPERATOR Onlyone personshouldoperatethe machineat a time.The adultwho loadsand stabilizesthe log mustbe the personwho operatescontrol handle.
  • Page 7 Securethejack standin positionwith theclevis pin and spring clip. See Figure1. Useextremecautionunpackingthis machine.Somecomponentsare Withthelogsplitterstillsecured tothebottomd thecrate,remove two very heavyand will requireadditionalpeopleor mechanical h andling hexboltsandhexnutsfromthetankbracket andremove thepieced equipment. woodinsidethetankbrackets. SeeFigure 2. NOTE:Yourlog splitteris shippedwith motoroil in the engine.However, youMUSTcheckthe oil levelbeforeoperating. B e carefulnot tooverfill. NOTE:All referencesin this manualto the left or right sideof the log splitterare from theoperatingpositiononly.See OperatorZonein the Operationsectionof the Safetyinstructions.
  • Page 8 14. Disconnectthe log cradlefromthe beamon theside of the control 11, Thelog splitteris shippedwith the beamin a verticalposition, Removeanybolts or strapssecuringthe end plateto the bottom valve by removing the two hexwasherscrewsthat secureit to the of the crate. beamand the two hex washerscrewsin the beamflange.The cradleis off-set for shippingpurposes.See Figure5.
  • Page 9 17. Reattachthe log cradleto the sideof the beamwith the control valve,aligningthe holesin thecradlewith the the holesin the Removeoil fill dipstick. beam.See Figure7. Checkthe oil levelmakingcertain notto rub the dipstickalongthe insidewalls of the oil fill tube. This wouldresultin a falsedipstick ..fJ reading.Refillto the FULLmark on the dipstick,if necessary.
  • Page 10 NOTE:Thelogsplitter i sfilledto theproper operating level f romthe manufacturer withShell T ellus® $2 M 32Hydraulic Fluid. H owever, you MUSTcheckthefluidlevel b efore operating. If notfilled,proceed withthe following steps: Muchof the originalfluid hasbeen drawnintothe cylinderand hoses. Makecertainto refillthe reservoirto preventdamageto the hydraulic pump.
  • Page 11 linder ControlHandle ;lodger Horizontal BeamLock Coupler Hitch Assembly End Plate Tongue Jack Stand Engine Starter Handle Tray Control Beam Reservoir Lock Tank StopSwitch ure 9 Be familiarwith all the controlsand their properoperation.Knowhow Readthis operator'smanualand the safetyrulesbeforeoperating to stop the machineand disengagethemquickly. yourlog splitter.Comparethe illustrationsbelowwith yourequipment to familiarizeyourselfwith the locationof variouscontrolsand adjust- ments.Savethis manualfor future reference.
  • Page 12 LOG TRAY If enginefalters, movechoke controlbackto the CHOKEt'°,1 Thelog tray is designedto catchthe log after it is split, positionand repeatsteps4 through7. END PLATE TO STOP ENGINE Theend plateholdsthelog in placewhilethe wedgesplitsthe log. Pushthe stop switchto the OFF position.See Figure10. TONGUE Disconnectspark plugwireand ground it to preventaccidental startingwhilethe equipmentis unattended.
  • Page 13 Control Handle Vertical Position Referto Figure12 forthe followingsteps. Pullthe horizontalbeamlock out to releasethe beamand pivot the beamto the verticalposition. To lock thebeamin the verticalposition,pull out on the vertical beamlock and rotateit to securethe beam.See Figure13. To Return Wedge _ToStop Wedge To Split Wood ......................
  • Page 14: Transporting The Log Splitter

    TRANSPORTING THE LOG SPLITTER OPERATING TiPS Lowerthe beamto itshorizontalposition.Makecertainthe beam Always: islockedsecurelywith the horizontalbeamlock. Usecleanfluid and checkthefluid levelregularly. Removespringclip and clevispin from jackstand. Usean approvedhydraulicfluid. Approvedfluids includeShellTel- Supportthe tongueand pivotthe jackstand up againstthe lus®S2 M 32 HydraulicFluid, Dexron®III/ Mercon®automatic tongue.See Figure15. transmissionfluid, Pro-Select AW-32HydraulicOil or 12WAW- ISOviscositygrade 32 hydraulicoil.
  • Page 15: Hose Clamps

    Do notat any time makeanyadjustmentswithoutfirststopping theengine,disconnecting spark plugwireand groundingit against theengine.Alwayswearsafetyglassesduringoperationor while _performng anyadjustmentsor repars. HOSE CLAMPS Beforeeach usecheckall the hoseclampsto see ifthey are tight, FLEXIBLE PUMP COUPLER Theflexiblepumpcouplerisa nylon"spider"insert, l ocatedbetween the pumpand theengine shaft.Overtime,the couplerwill hardenand deteriorate.If you detectvibrationor noisecomingfrom thearea be- tweenthe engineand the pumpcontactan authorizedservicedealer, If the couplerfails completely, y ou will experience a loss of power, TIRES...
  • Page 16: General Recommendations

    Maintenance Schedule TASKS SERVICEDATES * -- Heavyloador high ambienttemperature use. Figure 16 GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS Alwaysobservethe safety ruleswhenperforming any mainte- Do notat any time makeanyadjustmentswithoutstoppingthe nance. engine,disconnecting the spark plugwire, groundingit againstthe The warrantyon this log splitterdoesnotcover itemsthat have engineand relievethe hydrosystempressure.Alwayswear safety been subjectedto operatorabuseor negligence.Toreceivefull glassesduringoperationor whileperforminganyadjustmentsor valuefrom the warranty, t he operatormust maintainthe equip-...
  • Page 17 HYDRAULIC FLUID AND iNLET FILTER Hydraulic Filter Changethehydraulicfilter every 50 hoursof operation.Useonlya 10 micronhydraulic filter.Order partnumber723-0405. Stopthe engineand relievehydraulicsystem )ressurebeforechang- BEAM SPLITTING WEDGE ing or adjustingfittings,hoses,tubing,or othersystemcomponents. Beforeeachuse, lubricateboth sidesof the beam(whereit comesinto Checkthehydraulicfluid levelin the log splitterreservoirtank before contactwith the splittingwedge)with engineoil. The wedgeplateon eachuse.
  • Page 18 Service Spark Plug Cleanthe sparkplug and resetthe gap to .030"at leastonce a seasonor every 50 hoursof operation. Cleanthearea aroundthe sparkplug. Removeand inspectthe spark plug. Replacethe spark plug if the electrodesare pitted,burnedor the porcelainis cracked. NOTE:Contacta SearsPartsand RepairCenteror 1-800-4-MY- HOME@ for a replacementsparkplug,Champion®partnumber RJ18LM.
  • Page 19: Log Splitter

    FUEL STABILIZER Prepareyour log splitterfor storageat the end of the seasonor if the log splitterwill not be usedfor 30 days or more. NOTE: Fuelstabilizeris an acceptablealternativein minimizingthe formationof fuel gumdepositsduring storage. Pleasefollowthe instructionsbelowfor storingyourlog splitterwith fuel and stabilizerin the engine: Neverstorethe machinewith fuelin thefuel tank insideof building wherefumesmay reachan open flameor sparkor whereignition Add stabilizerto the gasolinein the fueltank or storagecontainer.
  • Page 20 Beforeperforming anytype of maintenance/service, disengageall controlsand stopthe engine.Wait untilall movingparts havecome to a completestop.Disconnectspark plugwire and groundit againstthe engineto preventunintendedstarting.Alwayswearsafetyglassesduring operationor whileperformingany adjustmentsor repars. This section addresses minor service issues. To locate the nearest Sears Service Center or to schedule service, simply contact Sears at 1-800-4-MY-HOME®.
  • Page 21 Beforeperforming anytype of maintenance/service, disengageall controlsand stopthe engine.Wait untilall movingparts havecome to a completestop.Disconnectspark plugwire and groundit againstthe I engineto preventunintendedstarting.Alwayswear safetyglassesduringoperationor whileperforminganyI [adjustmentsor repars. This section addresses minor service issues. To locate the nearest Sears Service Center or to schedule service, simply contact Sears at 1-800-4-MY-HOME®.
  • Page 22 Craftsman Log Splitter Model 247.776411...
  • Page 23 Craftsman Lo¢ Model 247 918-04713 HydraulicCylinder 681-04131 FrameAssembly 727-04362 HydraulicTube 710-0521 Hex Bolt,3/8-16x 3 710-1018 Hex CapScrew,1/2-20x 2.75 719-0353 CouplingShield 737-04320 90 DegreeSolidAdapter 914-0122 SquareKey,3/16"x .75 718-04706P ControlValve 718-04395 Coupling,.875 737-04307 ReturnElbow 712-04063 FlangeLock Nut,5/16-18 737-04309 NipplePipe,1/2-14 781-0097-0637 RearCouplingSupportBracket 710-1806 Hex CapScrew,1/2-13 x 3.25...
  • Page 24 Briggs & Stratton Engine Model 126L02 For Craftsman Log Splitter Model 247.776411 585_ i1330 REPAIR MANUAL I1058 OPERATOR'S MANUAL...
  • Page 25 Briggs & Stratton Engine Model 126L02 For Craftsman Log Splitter Model 247.776411 42s% 443_ 692 i 633A_ 977 CARBURETOR GASKET °33 633A@ 633G 137_) 276_ 276 Q 121 CARBURETOR OVERHAUL 276 O 276 O...
  • Page 26 Briggs & Stratton Engine IViodel 126L02 For Craftsman Log Splitter IViodel 247.776411 497_363_ 455 _=_ 1005 6s _' 456 _ 597 _ 1036 EMiSSiONS LABEL...
  • Page 27 Briggs & Stratton Engine IViodel 126L02 For Craftsman Log Splitter IViodel 247.776411 [1329 REPLACEMENT ENGINE i 615 0 5O5_...
  • Page 28 Briggs & Stratton Engine IViodel 126L02 For Craftsman Log Splitter IViodel 247.776411 Ref.No. PartNo. Description Ref.No. PartNo. Description BS-697322 CylinderAssembly BS-697316 StarterRope(Cut to Req'dLength) BS-399269 Bushing/SealKit BS-281434S StarterRopeGrip BS-299819S t Oil Seal (MagnetoSide) BS-690837 Screw(RewindStarter) BS-493279 EngineSump BS-691108 Screw(FlywheelGuard) BS-691740...
  • Page 29 Briggs & Stratton Engine IViodel 126L02 For Craftsman Log Splitter IViodel 247.776411 Ref.No. PartNo. Description Ref.No. PartNo. Description 347. BS-691396 RockerSwitch 633A. BS-693867tt* Choke/Throttle Shaft Seal 356. BS-693010 StopWire 635. BS-66538S SparkPlug Boot 358. BS-794307 EngineGasketSet 668. BS-493823 Spacer 363.
  • Page 30 Craftsman Log Splitter Model 247.776411 777S33682 777D16370 777S33681 DO HOT USE E85 OR FUEL COI_'AJUJUUMORE 777X43688 "rUAU 10% ETHANOL 777X45191 Model Plate...
  • Page 31 Congratulations on making a smart purchase. Your new Craftsman® product is designed 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 35 PORUN ANOa partirde la fecha de compra,este productoesta garantizado contra cualquierdefectode materialo manode obra. Unproducto defectuosorecibirAla reparaci6no la sustituci6nsi la reparaci6nno estAdisponible. Paraobtenerinformaci6n detalladacobertura de la garanfiaparaobtenerla reparaci6n o sustituci6n gratuita,visiteel sitioweb: Esta garantiacubrelos defectos SOLO de rnaterialesy fabricacibn. La garantiano incluye: •...
  • Page 36 Esta m_quina fue construida para ser operada de acuerdo con las reglas de seguridad contenidas en este manual. de instrucciones importantes de seguridad que La presencia de este sfmbolo indica que se trata AI igual que con cualquier tipo de equipo motorizado, se deben respetar para evitar poner en peligro descuido o error por parte del operador puede producir...
  • Page 37 iVIANEJO SEGURO DE LA GASOLINA 13. Si la rn_.quina est,. equipadacon un motorde cornbusti6ninterna y existela intenci6nde usarlacerca de un terrenoagrestecubi- Paraevitarlesionespersonaleso da_os rnateriales seasurnarnente ertode bosque,arbustoso pasto,el escapedel motordebe estar cuidadosoal rnanipularla gasolina.La gasolinaes surnarnente provistode un arnortiguador d e chispas.AsegQrese de respetar inflarnable y sus vaporespuedencausarexplosiones.Si se derrarna todoslos c6digoslocales,estatalesy federalesaplicables.Lleve gasolinaencirnao sobrela ropa se puedelesionargravernente ya que...
  • Page 38: Mantenimiento

    Cuandocargueun tronco,siernprecoloquelas rnanosa los Paraevitarincendios, lirnpiela suciedady grasade las _.reas ladosdel misrno,no en los extrernos, y no use nuncael pie para del motory del silenciador.Si el motorest,. equipadocon un estabilizarun tronco.Si no respetaestasinstrucciones, s e puede silenciadorcon arnortiguador d e chispas,lirnpieloe inspec- producirel aplastarniento o la arnputaci6n de dedos,dedosde los ci6neloregularrnente segQnlas instrucciones de losfabricantes.
  • Page 39: Safety Symbols

    SAFETY SYMBOLS This pagedepictsand describessafety symbolsthat may appearon this product. Read,understand,and follow all instructions on the machine beforeattemptingto assembleand operate. LEA LOSMANUALES DELOPERADOR Lea,entienday curnplatodas las instrucciones incluidasen losrnanualesantes de realizar el rnontajede la unidady utilizarla. ADVERTENCIA--RIESGODEAPLASTAMIENTO Mantengalasrnanosalejadasde la cuSa,la placadel extrerno,la rnaderaque est_ parcialrnente cortaday las piezasrn6viles.
  • Page 40 Retiredel gatoque est,. sobrela leng_Jeta l a abrazaderade resortey el pasadorde horquillay luegogire el gato haciael suelo, hastala posici6nde operaci6n.Vea la Figura1. NOTA: Eldivisor del registrose enviacon aceitede motoren el motor. Sin embargo,debe cornprobarel nivelde aceiteantes de operar, Tengacuidadode no Ilenardernasiado, Abrazadera NOTA:Todaslas referencias que contieneeste manualsobrelos lados de resorte...
  • Page 41 14. Desconecte el bandejade troncosde la viguetaque est,. al 11. La rn_.quina rornpetroncos se envfacon la viguetaen posici6n vertical.Extraigalos pernoso las tiras que sujetanla placadel costadode la v_.lvula de controlextrayendolosdos tornillos extrernoa la basede la caja. de las arandelashexagonales que Io sujetana la viguetay los dos tornillosde las arandelashexagonales de la vigueta.Vea la 12.
  • Page 42 17. Vuelvaa colocarel bandejade troncosal costadode la vigueta Aceite con la vAIvulade control,alineandolos orificiosdel bandejacon Quitarvarillade Ilenadode aceite. los orificiosde la vigueta.Veala Figura7. El niveldel aceiteasegurandose de no frotar la varillade rnedici6na Io largode las paredesinterioresdel tubo de Ilenado de aceite.Estodarfacornoresultadouna lecturafalsa varillade rnedici6n.Vuelvaa Ilenarhastala rnarcaFULLde la rnisrna,si es necesario.Vuelvaa colocarla varillay apriete.
  • Page 43 Granpartedel liquidooriginal seha desplazadoen el cilindroy los tubos.AsegOrese de volvera Ilenarel dep6sitopara evitar que se dafie la bornbahidr_.ulica. Controleel nivelde liquidocon la varillade nivel.Vea la Figura8. No Ileneel dep6sitoen exceso. NOTA:Entrelos fluidosaprobadosse encuentranfiuidohidr_.ulico Shell Tellus®S2 M 32,fluido paratransrnisiones autorn_.ticas D exron® III / Mercon®,aceitehidr_.ulicoPro-Select AW-32o aceite hidr_.ulico 32 grado de viscosidadIOWAW-lSO.
  • Page 44 Cilindro Manijade control Liberadorde la rnadera Bloqueode la vigahorizontal Cuba Montajede la vigueta Findel mural Gato Controlesdel motor Manija del arrancador._ Control de troncos de la viga del cebador vertical Tanquedel dep6sito dIntde:(!nPl?:n ura 9 Farniliaricese con todos loscontrolesy sucorrectofuncionarniento. Lea este manualdel operadory las reglasde seguridadantesde Sepa c6rnodetenerla rn_.quina y c6rnodesconectarloscontroles poneren funcionarniento la rn_.quina c ortadorade rnadera.Compare...
  • Page 45 ENTRA CUNA Si el motorfalla, vuelvael controldel cebadora la posici6n CHOKEI'_1 y repitalos pasos4 a 7. La basede registroest,. dise_adoparadetectarel registrodespu_sde PARA DETENER EL MOTOR que se divide. FIN DEL MURAL Empujeel interruptorde detenci6na la posici6nApagado.Veala La placafinal t ieneel registro en sulugar mientras lacubadivideel registro. Figura10.
  • Page 46 Posici6n vertical Manija de control Consultela Figura12para ver lospasos siguientes. Tire del bloqueode viguetahorizontalparaliberar la viguetay girar la viguetaa la posici6nvertical. Paratrabarla viguetaen posici6nvertical,tire del bloqueode viguetaverticaly girelo para ajustarla vigueta.Vea la Figura13. Paravolverla cuba a su lugar Paradetener la cuba Paracortar _eo/ madera Figura12...
  • Page 47: Transporte De La Maquina

    TRANSPORTE DE LA MAQUINA ROIVI- CONSEJOS DE OPERACION PETRONCOS Siempre: Baje la viguetaa la posici6nhorizontal.Aseg0resede que la Useliquido lirnpioy controleel nivelde liquido per6dicarnente. viguetaest_trabadafirrnernente con el bloqueode vigueta Useun liquidohidr_.ulico aprobado.Entrelos fiuidosaprobados horizontal. seencuentranfiuidohidr_.ulico ShellTellus®$2 M 32,fluido Retirela abrazaderade resortey la chavetade horquilladel gato. paratransrnisiones autorn_.ticas Dexron®III/ Mercon®,aceite Sostengala lengQeta y gire el gatohaciaarriba contrala hidr_.ulico Pro-Select...
  • Page 48 Nuncarealicening[3n ajustesin antesdetenerel motor,desconectar el cable de la bujia y hacerrnasacontra el motor.Utilicesiernpre I anteojosde seguridaddurantela operaci6no rnientrasrealizaajustes I o reparaciones, ABRAZADERAS DE LA MANGUERA • Antesde cadauso,verifiqueque todas lasabrazaderasde rnangueras est_.najustadas. ACOPLADOR FLEXIBLE DE LA BOIVIBA El acopladorflexiblede la bornbaes una piezade sujeci6n"ara_a" de nylonubicadaentrela bornbayel eje del motor.El acopladorse endurecey deterioraconel transcursodel tiernpo.Si detectavibraci6n o ruido provenientes del _.reaque se encuentraentreel motory la...
  • Page 49 Prograrna de rnantenirniento TAREAS FECHASDE LOSSERVICIOS v" * -- Uso concargapesadao en temperaturaambienteelevada. Figura 16 RECOIVlENDACIONES GENERALES Respetesiemprelasreglasde seguridadcuandorealicetareas NuncarealiceningOn ajuste sinantes detenerel motor,desconectar de mantenimiento. el cane de la bujiay hacermasacontrael motor.Utilicesiempre La garantiade este rompetroncos no cubreelementosque han anteojosde seguridaddurantela operaci6no mientrasrealiza estado sujetosal realuso o la negligenciadel operador.Para ajusteso reparaciones.
  • Page 50 Filtro hidraulico LiQUIDO HIDRAULICO Y FILTRO DE EN- Cambieel filtro hidr_ulicocada 50 horasde funcionarniento. Use 0nicarnenteun filtro hidr_ulicode 10rnicrones.Pidala piezanOrnero 23-0405. VIGUETA Y CUi_IA DE CORTE Antes de cadauso, lubriqueconaceite de motor losdos ladosde Controleel nivelde fiuidohidr_ulicodel dep6sitode la m_quina la vigueta(dondehacecontactocon la cura de corte).
  • Page 51 IVlantenimiento de la bujia Lirnpiela bujia y ajuste el espacioa 0.030"al rnenosuna vez por ternporada o cada 50 horasde funcionarniento. Lirnpieel _.reaalrededorde la bujfa. Saquee inspeccionela bujia. Carnbiela bujiasi loselectrodosest_.npicados,quernadoso la porcelanaest,. rota. NOTA:P6ngaseen contactocon un centrode piezasy reparaci6n Searso con 1-800-4-MY-HOME® para obteneruna bujia de repuesto, Champion®piezanQrnero RJ18LM.
  • Page 52 ESTABILIZADOR DE COMBUSTIBLE Preparela rn_.quina rornpetroncos para sualrnacenarniento al finalizar la ternporadao si la unidad no se utilizar_, durante30 dias o rn_.s. NOTA: El usode estabilizadores de combustible es una alternativa aceptablepara rninirnizar l a forrnaci6nde dep6sitosde gornade combustibleduranteel alrnacenarniento. Nuncaalrnacenela rn_.quina concombustibleen el tanquedentrode Paraalrnacenarla rn_.quina rornpetroncos con combustible y un edificiodonde los vaporespuedanalcanzaruna llamaexpuestao...
  • Page 53 Antes derealizar cualquier tipo dem_,ntenimiento oservicio, desenganche todos l os controles ydetenga elmotor. Espere aque sedetengan completamente todas l aspiezas m6viles. Desconecte elcable d e labujia y p6ngalo haciendo masa c ontra elmotor para e vitar que se encienda accidentalmente. Utilice siempre anteojos deseguridad durante laoperaci6n...
  • Page 54 Antesde realizarcualquiertipode rnantenirniento o servicio,desenganche todos loscontrolesy detenga el motor.Esperea que se detengancornpletarnente t odas las piezasrn6viles.Desconecte el cablede Ila bujia y p6ngalohaciendornasacontrael motor paraevitar que se enciendaaccidentalrnente. Utilice [siernpreanteojosde seguridaddurantela operaci6no rnientrasrealizaajusteso reparaciones. Esta secci6nanaliza problemasrnenoresde servicio.Paraubicar el Centrode Servicio Sears m_scercanoo para programarun servieio,sirnplernente eornuniquese con Sears al tel_fono 1-800-4-MY-HOME®.
  • Page 55 Felicitaciones por haber realizado una adquisici6n inteligente. El producto Craftsman® que ha adquirido esta diseSado y fabricado para brindar muchos aSos de funcionamiento confiable. Pero como todos los productos a veces puede requerir de reparaciones. Es en ese momento cuando...
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